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CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US

"Ohio's governor is expressing concern that low vaccination rates in some areas could threaten plans to get back to normal especially for students on a playing field in Columbus Ohio high school coaches and athletes urged students to get vaccinated sunny styles is a nationally ranked safety on the football team for Pickerington Central High School you wanna be that guy though it entity may season the state of Ohio's coronavirus dashboard reports that only about forty seven percent of the population has started on their vaccines in some counties the figures are more like twenty eight or thirty percent governor Mike DeWine says there was a forty three percent bump in vaccination rates attributed to the backs a million promotion in may but that those numbers have tapered off the weeks after that have not been a spectacular certainly at all he's concerned about pockets of the state with lower vaccination rates it threatens their ability to have school without interruptions I'm Jennifer king

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Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Larry O'Connor

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

"Malls are across the country is now in chapter 11 due to the pandemic. Washington Prime Group based in Columbus, Ohio, is citing the Covid 19 pandemic, saying it created significant challenges for many companies. Washington Prime was separated from the nation's largest mall operators, Simon Property Group in 2014. Washington. Prime says it has secured financing to support day to day operations during the chapter 11 process. Course site. Research has predicted about a quarter of America's malls could disappear in the next five years. GeneCo's LDA fox news gas prices

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Blue Moon (MM #3720)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Blue Moon (MM #3720)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation at this point in life, having lived all over the country and being up there in years, I'm always amazed when I encounter some kind of products. I probably should have encountered earlier on in life, but didn't the other day. I read a story about Blue Moon ice cream. It's a product. Usually of Wisconsin. Sometimes hitting the Chicago land area, which of course, is where I came from, and it's an extremely popular ice cream. Original ice cream flavor. That was started by some Dairy years years ago. Now, they say Blue Moon, ice cream kind of tastes like cotton candy in a way. But the one thing Blue Moon is a part of its Superman ice cream. What she may be aware of a lot of Midwestern towns. I know, it started in Detroit, it's in Cleveland. It's in Columbus Ohio Chicago it's kind of in those Rust Belt. Midwest states. Superman ice cream being blue and red and yellow supposedly the Blue Moon. Ice cream is a part of the Superman blue. Something I'm fascinated about finding now and I may have traveled, North when travel gets a little bit easier, cuz you can get Blue, Moon ice cream up in Wisconsin. Well, I've got friends and family there. Who knows? Dead.

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Blue Moon (MM #3720)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Blue Moon (MM #3720)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation at this point in life, having lived all over the country and being up there in years, I'm always amazed when I encounter some kind of products. I probably should have encountered earlier on in life, but didn't the other day. I read a story about Blue Moon ice cream. It's a product. Usually of Wisconsin. Sometimes hitting the Chicago land area, which of course, is where I came from, and it's an extremely popular ice cream. Original ice cream flavor. That was started by some Dairy years years ago. Now, they say Blue Moon, ice cream kind of tastes like cotton candy in a way. But the one thing Blue Moon is a part of its Superman ice cream. What she may be aware of a lot of Midwestern towns. I know, it started in Detroit, it's in Cleveland. It's in Columbus Ohio Chicago it's kind of in those Rust Belt. Midwest states. Superman ice cream being blue and red and yellow supposedly the Blue Moon. Ice cream is a part of the Superman blue. Something I'm fascinated about finding now and I may have traveled, North when travel gets a little bit easier, cuz you can get Blue, Moon ice cream up in Wisconsin. Well, I've got friends and family there. Who knows? Dead.

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Paul Richmond on GayBarchives

GayBarchives Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Paul Richmond on GayBarchives

"So paul your introduction. To the gay bar scene was in columbus ohio for young man exploring his sexuality that must have been quite a memorable experience. What bar was it. And what was it like for you. Young man well. I grew up in a small town in central ohio. I did not even really know what the word gay meant. When i was growing up. I went to a catholic school. So my first introduction to the whole concept of homosexuality was in religion class and you can imagine the spin that they put on it not not a positive one so i grew up with a lot of shame like a lot of other gay people And it took me until. I was twenty one years old before i came out and i had just graduated from college and was really eager to find my community and that was before you know there were there. There were a whole lot of ways to connect online. the internet. i mean was there but it really wasn't. It wasn't what it is today so the way that you met people in the queer community was to to go out at night and i had a friend that took me to my first gay bar. Which was this kind of dive bar in. Downtown columbus called the the eagle think probably every every town has a eagle. So i've heard so many different people say they they went to the eagle and it was always in a different city. But we had our eagle and i just remember how cool it was to go in there Be around other people like myself to have the kind of music that i liked playing. That was a i. I'd always felt so strange when i was growing up. You know. I love listening to all all my favorite divas and nobody else that i knew had any of those same interests so i felt so weird in alone then suddenly i go into this bar. The little dive bar in downtown columbus and i found my people and i loved it.

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Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

"The city of Columbus Ohio will pay a ten million dollar settlement to the family of a black man who was fatally shot by police in December forty seven year old entree kill was fatally shot just days before Christmas as he emerged from a friend's garage holding only a cellphone then officer Adam Corey who has since been fired and charged with murder was investigating a nonemergency complaint about a car in addition to the ten million dollar settlement Jim frequented by hill will be renamed in his honor attorney Ben Crump says the family is applauding city leadership for demonstrating that hill's life matters but the police department remains under scrutiny for other fatal shootings including last month's death of sixteen year old macarthur Bryant I'm Jackie Quinn

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Columbus, Ohio, Agrees to Pay $10 Million Settlement to Family of Andre Hill

Jimmy Barrett

00:34 sec | Last month

Columbus, Ohio, Agrees to Pay $10 Million Settlement to Family of Andre Hill

"It's the largest settlement in the history of the city of Columbus. $10 million for the family of Andre Hill, who was fatally shot by a Columbus police officer in December As Hill emerged from a garage holding the cell phone. The officer involved Adam Koi was fired in his blood not guilty to murder charges in the case. Those family calling this settlements and important and necessary step in the right direction. State and federal prosecutors and the FBI have also launched investigations into the case Boxes. Jeff Man, also an associate of Florida Congressman Matt Gates, may be

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Talking About Chauvin With a Columbus Police Officer

Say What Needs Saying

02:12 min | Last month

Talking About Chauvin With a Columbus Police Officer

"We are here with mike in officer from columbus ohio. And today we're going to be touching on the chauvin verdict as well as the bryan shooting. That has happened recently. Mike thanks so much for joining us. Fan thanks for having me. We're super happy to have you on This is obviously been a pretty hectic couple weeks. yeah yeah even longer than that probably way So it's really cool to get your perspective on some of these things. We've had a previous episode where we brought a couple of police officers on and we discussed george floyd and a couple other incidents that were going on at that time but yeah no just really happy to have you on happy to have your perspective. Thank you thank you. So let's just jump right in With the makhaya bryant shooting so that one is probably most. I guess most relevant most present in most relevant right now What what were your initial thoughts. What were your initial reactions. When when you saw this whole thing was happening okay. So i was actually on duty when it happened so the call went out over the radio and like whenever there's an officer involved shooting like bite the entire. Everyone is working knows. I usually we re we operate in zones. And i are radio. Traffic is divided by zones. But when officers involved it goes out across zones so we hear there's an officer involved shooting and then like kinda. We're kinda like everyone else. We're just waiting for the details. And i hear that there is not only a a woman. Because that's kind of rarer than you know mail. yeah so but then it's a teenager So i mean honestly the first thing that popped in my head was like there has to be more to the story in just showbiz shoot. Because i don't know that. I mean there's this misconception that like after trigger happy and everything but especially in this day and age the last thing you wanna do is even be an unjustified shooting

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:40 min | Last month

"columbus ohio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The case in Columbus, Ohio, there could have been a different solution that could have shot in the foot. And I was always been telling my friends, relatives Across the country. We need help. Don't even call the police. Because when these white cops contact black neighborhood without the killers, But if this was a white girl, white man, they would have shot They win the shotgun. Okay. Off the wait, Sold. Stay with me. Please don't cut him off. Let's let Ze talk about this. Arthur. Do you really believe that white officers come to communities of color with the goal of killing people of color? Yeah, because they have that mindset. Lee. They see different talk shows on TV, and they believe news stories that black people they do commit crimes. You are people. And if this was a white Myung man, White woman, it was a different story. Yes, my God. If this, um I call revenue. I'll shop a couple weeks ago. I said, if our efforts you are if Aragon, a moronic king and Jewish for one white and at this office in Minnesota And if Daniel Pantaleo would like black officers and women directly put in jail Mm hmm. And I have just I've been telling them where I was just around the country. Don't even call the police. Well, I thank you for the call. And, um, I do have toe disagree. Ah, bit because law enforcement that's our last line of defense of protection. Um, uh. Author I I hear you, but but I don't know. And I do want to also address the point that you said about that the officer should have shot her in the foot. It doesn't work that way. That's not what they're that's not what they're taught at the academy at the Academy they are taught. Police are taught to shoot for the largest mass of body. So that you don't make him a steak and the bullets ricochet and hit someone else. It is very hard for anyone for that officer to arrive. And 10 seconds notice and people in bodies of flying and he's going to try and shoot the young lady and the foot. I just don't see how that's realistic. Let's go to Phil. Phil is retired NYPD And he's calling from White Plains and Phil. Apparently you were involved in a shooting. Yes, I've been a shooting. I responded to multiple shootings and murders your previous court if you want to understand the damage that Dallas shop is done, look online at the Charles Campbell shooting has to Charles Campbell shooting where he acted in concert with Jean Pierre.

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Protests Continue After Deadly Columbus, Ohio Police Shooting

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:22 sec | Last month

Protests Continue After Deadly Columbus, Ohio Police Shooting

"At the Statehouse in Columbus Saturday. Protesters again called for change after the officer involved shooting Tuesday afternoon that claimed the life of 16 year old Makhaya Bryant. Columbus police body. Camera footage showed Bryant in a fight with another girl, and it appears she is about to stab another girl with a knife. But the officer then firing four shots. Protesters calling for police reform Further de escalation techniques and

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Protesters March for the Second Day in Columbus

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters March for the Second Day in Columbus

"Hundreds of people marching in Columbus, Ohio, over Tuesday's fatal police shooting of a teenage girl body camera video showing the officer fired to stop the girl from stabbing another teen Ohio congressman Jim Jordan, who's from Columbus, telling Fox's Hannity. This is a tough situation, but I don't know what else this officer could have done. There'll be an investigation and we'll see what What happens there, Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, says he'll said state lawmakers of police reform bill within days, America

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Police kill Ma'Khia Bryant, 16, who attacked 2 with knife

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Police kill Ma'Khia Bryant, 16, who attacked 2 with knife

"More details are being released in Columbus Ohio in the shooting death by police of a black teenage girl Buckeye a Bryant is seen on video charging it to people with a knife officer Nicholas Riordan was the first on the scene after she had a knife she just went along with mayor Andrew Ginther asked did Brian need to die how did we get here public safety director Ned Pettus says everyone needs to pause and though it's not easy wait for the facts as determined by an independent investigation police say Ohio state law allows officers to use deadly force to protect themselves or others I'm a Donahue

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Police Release Video of Fatal Shooting of Teenage Girl in Ohio

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Police Release Video of Fatal Shooting of Teenage Girl in Ohio

"Teenage girl has been fatally shot by the police in Columbus, Ohio, Minutes before the guilty verdict was announced in the George Floyd case. Body camera footage released by Columbus Police appears to show the 16 year old swinging and knife at another girl before being shot four times.

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Police Shoot, Kill Teenage Girl in Columbus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Police Shoot, Kill Teenage Girl in Columbus

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting in newspaper reports police shot and killed a teen girl in Columbus Ohio a teenage girl was shot and killed by police in Columbus Ohio Tuesday afternoon about twenty five minutes before the verdicts were read in the trial of former police officer Derek children in the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis the Columbus dispatch reports officers had responded to a nine one one call about an attempted stabbing when police shot the girl the girl was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead the newspaper reported no one else was injured later a crowd gathered at the scene on legion lane on the city's southeast side and others gathered outside the city's police headquarters to protest hi Mike Rossio

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Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:09 sec | 2 months ago

Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

"Path of Walter Mondale First Walk. A former researcher at Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for conspiring to

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Ohio Man With AK-47 Arrested in Times Square Subway Station

Radio Surgery

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Ohio Man With AK-47 Arrested in Times Square Subway Station

"Man facing charges after cops found him with a weapon and ammo. In the Times Square subway station. 18 year old Sadik Teague had an unloaded AK 47 with ammo in a gas mask in a bag. Cop spotted the man as they were doing a station inspection and after he pulled the weapon out of his bag and put it on the ground in front of him last month in Columbus, Ohio, Teague's father was killed after a police chase and shootout He was wanted on felony assault charges. The FBI working with the NYPD to figure out so. Deeks intentions in New York with weapon

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Fatal police shooting at hospital caught on officer bodycams

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Fatal police shooting at hospital caught on officer bodycams

"Police in Columbus Ohio have released the body cam video from an armed encounter in a hospital emergency room this week that left a black man dead it started out calmly at Mount Carmel St Ann's hospital Westerville police Monday we're handing over twenty seven year old miles Jackson to Columbus authorities he was being searched all my goodness the names and different names on every single card you have on it when police found a bullet and then a gun in his waistband the teaser was used on Jackson trying to get him to drop the gun and then from the body cam police say he fired that weapon the struggle continues Jackson's on the floor in the hospital bag and then another shot is fired allegedly by him Jackson was killed in that barrage of police gunfire Ohio's Attorney General will conduct an investigation I'm Jackie Quinn

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Explosion and Fire At Ohio Paint Plant In Columbus, Ohio

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Explosion and Fire At Ohio Paint Plant In Columbus, Ohio

"Fully vaccinated. The investigation continues into an explosion and fire early this morning at a manufacturing plant in Columbus, Ohio. Eight people were injured. One person remains missing. This took place just after midnight at the Yank in majestic paint facility. Authorities say some of the injured got out of the plant themselves. Others were rescued before taking being taken to the hospital again. The cause of that

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Biden Administration Extends Enrollment Period for Affordable Care Act

America's First News Show

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Administration Extends Enrollment Period for Affordable Care Act

"Act to announce he's extending the enrollment period by three months. The August 15th. His speech at the James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, was part of a mini blitz by the White House to highlight the benefits of the recently passed $1.9 trillion. Coronavirus relief package. When I ran for promise for

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"On WGR in Columbus Ohio here are here with congressman Pocan hello congressman I have a similar question I was very depressed to hear that we were going to band or whatever between two and ten trillion dollars to help our corporations and have Regis mortgage the future I mean this is very unclear a lot of people don't understand this I don't know if you can explain it quickly but are we still running in any kind of good shape for projects and programs for the future they can't really saying Medicare for all cost too much now since they the Republicans just gone overboard on corporate subsidies so what what's the what's the true story yet did so albeit let the truth there is one we absolutely are in a good position to do future projects in fact even Donald Trump has said because the interest rates are at their present which is how he thinks all the time it's a good time to do some infrastructure and get people to work so I think the fact that we want to do that and he's saying he wants to do that means we've got some good possibilities for that moving forward I I do think though that I have been frustrated by some who are putting the two things together the federal reserve and I think those actions are far less clear and people are pretty backed up pretending to understand them and they care act which again puts about two trillion into the economy so we do have our language to have them safeguards on about five hundred billion that's going to some of the bigger businesses and that we obviously would love to have more we can get everything we wanted but you are quite the two together I believe in my opinion is a terrible mistake and it often put out there by people who don't understand the difference between the federal reserve actions and the bill action so I'm putting that out there but I do not think that impacts our ability to move forward and get those other projects done because again the good news is I'm hearing positive things from the president on that we all along and wanted to do infrastructure so I think this still is primed in a good way moving forward Judy in Denver Colorado got a minute ten seconds got a quick question hopefully thank you Mr Hogan I see video almost every day like the Chinese doctors nurses and anybody dealing with this fire is that they're wearing hello protective suit let basically like they wore when they fought the a ball a virus why does any of our doctors and nurses have these protective suits that Chinese require when they went thank you let's let let's let progress and how can answer the question yeah I let you know this is one of the big problems that we've been pointing out is that we don't have enough supplies for our health care folks harder why we're staying at home is to flatten the curve so we don't have our health care system overtaken by its ability to address are those who are sick so that's part of what we're doing to stop the.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on WTVN

"Fifty Columbus Ohio four three two one five sixty three overnight tonight that's gonna be just cool enough that we may still patchy fog begin to form otherwise just partly cloudy Friday a mix of sun and clouds it's gonna be a muggy afternoon with a high of eighty four degrees eighty eight on Saturday with a chance for a few pop up storms I'm ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall might peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN president as you said talking about exterminating great Latina what is the main we thank the people who or okay your shoes the answer that I came in terms of national security is we had this notion that somehow if you're poor you cannot do it four kids are just as bright and justice tells white kids well the revolution information on golden spires solutions for for our final news roundup and information overload very disturbing development indeed your former Attorney General of California what was your reaction to these initial reports and I stress the word initial reports but it's just one one it stopped right I mean part of of my focus on what we need to do around guns smart gun safety laws is recognize that we have to have more enforcement around gun dealers I will ninety percent of the guns that are associated with crime missile by just five percent of the gun dealers in the United States and so among the many plans that I have both in the form of executive action and also in the form of legislation one of them is to put more resources into the a TF to take the licenses of gun dealers who violate the law and that includes a number of things including when they are responsible for doing background checks not telling them so the but.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on Who Charted

"So to speak in experience, you feel like confident in your own scene, but you don't know till you go to another scene, whether it's gonna work or not. Right. And I even think of some of these people on playing your counterfeit. Madison is huge in the Columbus Ohio seen. I'm sure anyone is hipped amusing in Columbus. No, sir. But I bet zero of your listeners doing same exes from Columbus. Exactly. Well, it's the same label. Yeah, it's great to break them in love it. What's the label anyways, records anyways records. All right. Well, fascinating too. Talk with you. All right. When do we got coming up? Next number two. Number two, it's murder by death with last night on earth. Zone kisses. The crescendo of the song that I've picked just for you Howard because like it's depressing to point, but these guys are very dramatic and their music. This is going to go energy above counterfeit Madison. Don't you feel like it's building right now? This is like a spaghetti western kind of moment. HBO series deadwood interest intro song, yes. Or I could see this being that, will you know how in our longs now, they'll get a really cool song to score the last bit of drama. Yeah. Action. Yeah. Last ten minutes, right? You could see this of someone's going to go kill someone in some righteous way and this disc in their pickup truck playing well, they're on the way to kill someone and energizes damn. Like that. Okay, that's person is getting ready to kill. Just listen and I, I'm not a guy who likes any brass and his music. I'm the same way shucks ruins everything. But this right here, this is so sweet. This horn right here visual. It's like a new American. Exactly. And if you said I got a ban with shell, I go. All right, these shallow. That'll give me. Me. Cello player for them does a lot of work for the. He's hustling. She she which banned by death this, you know, this man? Yeah, they came in. They get on an awesome performance on the air wolf label. Do we do we? Should she imperfectly label or I will. I did listen to that lonely. You don't hear that on pop radio, just a little cello solo. You do not. Well, what about December? Is there you go. All right. I liked that one because I felt like I was going somewhere where the some of the others I felt like they're dragging me down. This one felt like, hey, we're going somewhere. I'm glad right part of this one. Thank you. All right. Well. Ecstacy of gold. The good, the bad, the ugly, yeah. Yeah, Sergio. What's his name? Sergio Murakoshi yet. Not to be confused with who's the Qatar from Adam and the ants, Marco, Marcos goals. Lafayette's time. He, he's just hurt this show with Apollo nine. Bye. Bye. Papa up food. Maybe I won't make our own version of that cover that song. It's nice. 'cause that's, that's a deep cut for adamant is he's got a lot of deep cuts that I love. It should do chart about that. Throwing a couple of bow, wow, songs. Got a her Annabella Lewitt. Yeah, shoes, I love. She's born in Burma. I discovered dry cleaners by Malcolm McLaren. She is now they do like they bring back bow awhile for package tours. I seen that. Yeah, right. Yeah, but she's still got the pipes. All right. So here we go. This is what we got coming in. Number one, I want to set this one up though. Sorry. All right. Stepped on your saying. This is my favorite song of the year. So so far exactly. In this song. I don't know what the clock in it there or and a half minutes. Foof that's a bit much you don't like the long songs, but let me tell you, say it under three, say it under threat. But what if the song has different levels to it? And that's why I cut you in the middle of the song. I was like, I don't wanna start Howard in the middle in at the top of the song because he'll get bored with it. I wanna depressing in the first like two minutes and forty five seconds, and it tells this whole story names songs, not able. It's about able in Kanai soom now I'll send it goes through this change and you're going to hear the change and I watch them play this on YouTube. I was like, how do they do this change?.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently her attorney said daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner end of quote and your lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are that was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner are you kidding me they're devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up posted he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched her according to the attorney those officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents oh i mean on duty right off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities have different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming the so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has that been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in was it a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you had seen a head of her coming to go yeah a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she'd been arrested i thought wow does columbus have an age limit what is the what's the law that was broken i have no idea why i was thinking the same thing right well there's certain nudity laws you know and because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only do a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go outlets because you never thought about taking your clothes off for a living never and and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Has been arrested oh no the adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney and did you see what she was arrested for she was apparently a return isa daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner and of quote i and your lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you getting eaten there devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up posted expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched to the attorney was officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean they normally are they normally there for example when she was in dallas right down or right bright download corner around down the road from us dallas have undercover agents is oh artsy investigate i mean onduty duty off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities of different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming they so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has been a problem at that club for apple i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in an ad or was it a billboard or something that you'd seen at a head of her coming to go yeah huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware you know that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she'd been arrested i thought wow does columbus heaven the age limit what is the what's the law that was broken i have no idea i was thinking the same thing right of their certain nudity laws and because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only do a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go is because you never thought about taking your clothes off or living never and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently attorney said daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner and of quote lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you kidding me and they're devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up post that he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched or according to the attorney those officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down sort of right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents are investigating i mean on duty right off duty and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities have different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming the yeah so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in was at a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you had seen ahead of her coming to go yeah a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware you know that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she had been arrested i thought wow does columbus heaven the age limit what is the what it's the law that was broken i have no idea i was thinking the same thing right well there's certain nudity laws you know because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only deal book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could because you never thought about taking your clothes off for a living never and and i haven't thought about bill clinton a long time so we might have to go back.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Has been arrested oh no the adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently a return isa daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner end of quote i under her lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you knitting eaten there devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities attorney added in posted he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched or according to the attorney was officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot hm all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents oh the gate now i mean on duty right off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities of different ordinances or laws regarding touching while there yeah i'm assuming they so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that is are the columbus undercover agents has that been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that you saw was it in was at a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you've seen ahead of her coming to go a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know certainly the authorities are aware that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she had been arrested i thought wow this columbus heaven the age limit what is the west the law that was broken i have no idea why i was thinking the same thing right there's certain nudity laws you know because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there in that case she can only a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go on because you never thought about taking your clothes off or living never and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Science fantastic welcome back to science okay well let's move on now to the next listener phone call hello this is from columbus ohio and my question is about black holes were constantly so that black roles have this mass that's so grace not even light tennessee state within your own that there are jess that can shoot out some some these black holes occasionally and obviously they contradict one another so how is that possible is it that well i'll let you answer explanation thanks okay very good question a lot of people have noticed the fact that whenever we have computer animation of a black hole these show this gigantic swirling disk of gas with a north pole and south pole of jets shooting out like a spinning top however is also said that nothing can escape the gravitational grip of a black hole so why do we have jets you ask a very simple question with very simple answer and that is surrounding a black hole there is a small sphere a sphere call the event horizon if you fall through this fear then you die is a point of no return so anything inside this fear will inevitably be crushed by whatever is at the center of this fear however if you have a glancing blow if you're rocketship travels near the event horizon but misses it then you can escape so where do these jazz come from these jets are falling gas that fall towards.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

"By starting people in the mall but now that you bring it up did you ever think that we are more than just entities that record a podcast once a week maybe our words and actions are controlled by some guy who should be working or sometimes several people who had things when they get the time yeah sometimes get the feeling that the only reason i suddenly like mung so much is because it's funny to say mung a lot of times yeah mung that dutch have a word for when you feel like you're saying made up words only because they sound funny that word is toward for norc for cnn oregon dutch have a word for everything in that were describes exactly how i feel i was torque ford ford norgay thing the other day it's not that for what torque for norc for norkin is a noun you sound like an idiot if you use it incorrectly like that talk for north for inorganic doesn't even talk cake i push this button squash measures episode ten the deadly triple of columbus ohio was produced in edited by darren nessler written by darren ensler and met mcdonald and george pete kelly yoda's vlad the vampire was played by george pete county otas please follow him on twitter at kelly otis dino tropoje's played the deadly trips you can follow him on twitter at dino trip y'all so as an excellent podcast that i would highly recommend a tries a new bottle of whisky each week and then he has very entertaining conversations with interesting guests could whiskey business show dot com or search for whiskey business on your podcast app we are proud members of the columbus ohio based abd presents network please go to abd presents dot com and check out the myriad of shows there if you like the show please share it with your friends go to smash my squad dot com find a credits contact info merchandise i've been looking for an android app to recommend to people and i finally found one it's called podcast republic it's.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

"Wow wait hold on i put some words wrong i put the word wrong the wrong word wow nuts sui easy is it can i host now can i hope i'll i asked us back in host can host who let ross perot in here fine go ahead you are so touchy today it's the enormous cast still covering your head isn't it it's in pretty rough shape yes i'm tara head was like the deakins your idea to poor two cups of biting ants inside my head cast by the issues away that turned out to be a mistake a still can't believe that didn't work out the way you thought it would for you worked exactly as i thought it would for me the batting was in continues to be much worse than the itching and they build a colony oh well i really thought that including a clean aunt would help direct their ivine getting way i know you pour in three cups of spiders oh wait no four i already poured fourteen ounces of biden termites in there oh even better and why did you do that apple leave a great battle would ensue between ain't interment how would that help anything if the ads one you would still have ads if they're termites one you would then have termites evenly matched to the last stalemate unto relation solid logic just like zero wing and i lost both of my left ear when the ants had to fall back to it as a defensive position well at least it sounds like the answer gone on the contrary the worst possible outcome has occurred a tentative peace seems to be in effect with my north west parietal peninsula serving as a defacto dmz you only winner to date and science you should punch your.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Kenton is with us in columbus ohio hike canton how are you nia avalanche you better than i deserve what's up um adequate question on my junior in college and i got access to and hair and that's when i started college i set enough off to cover college and i still have a large portion and they know how much i should leaving cash for after college and how much i should and fast now so what how much money is remaining um well i've already invested about fifteen thousand and there's about eighty thousand less okay uh and how much does it take you to finish school the you need some of that eighty thousand us any school now i have the house lady thousands in addition to what you need to finish school year alka cool all right and what's your field of study um accounting and finance good for you could field okay bear usable degree so you come out and you start making sixty or eighty thousand bucks and you're in columbus ohio there the the thing is this the thing you'll need cash for after graduating is a senior is this there's a high problem there's a high rate of change in a graduating college seniors life for the following 24 months you graduate from college and the next twenty four months you're gonna have the highest rate of change maybe you ever experienced in your life a large percentage of people move get married or at least set up housekeeping and start a new job which we know you're under them right so um you know but if you move cities that's expensive you get married obviously that can be expensive i and i'm not saying that it doesn't have to happen you can get married whenever you want to it's not i'm just saying statistically there's a lot of crap that happens 24 months within the first 24 months a graduate from college costs money so we need to set aside some cash for all of that and it not being invested so i'm probably setting aside thirty grand for that and i'm gonna invest the other fifty out of the eighty.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the same or magnified when you compare teams eight and nine team sixteen seventeen and whatever and i saw that when i was director the ncaa tournament and we have the same kind of heartburn about choosing most sixty fourteen so back in my day bill i think our phone lines are lighting up put the people in columbus ohio right now to have a word with you oh my goodness i want to talk to recoup over the people in columbus ohio um they had a great season and um the fact the matter is that they the committee to look data and the comparison obviously was alabama in ohio state and the committee just sit you know what based on what we've seen based on the season performance uh alabama for better king how important is the winding to solidify to success of a play off of a score of particularly the selling of it all i can speak for college football and say that branding from a selection committee standpoint is is now not important at all not a factor of course the interesting thing about the alabama ohio state comparison is both those two are colossal brands in college football so no this is not a factor at all i'm gonna give you a chance to make money your sponsors very happy we'll talk about more of him in a minute but this isn't just the college football playoff it's the college football playoff presented by at t what to sponsors look for what do they get out of how do you explain to them that there will be roy return on investment of their dollar for dissociation with this first of all sponsored get any connection with a respected i demographic event that college graduates are passionate about from a business perspective the audience for college football in this unmatched and uh there's a lot of customers out there to customers in college football in but that than those customers pay attention to the sponsors are what we ever really great product to sell.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"Quit it is three or four here on in columbus ohio that is right uh looser kyle do the magic of editing and whatnot is gonna make the sound like i'm sitting right next to tape raider i am not tate i am in columbus ohio it is cold is held here tate is still in los angeles what's the weather like there uh it's it's very gloomy you know it feels like wintertime here i would hope north carolina was very cold i remember waking up to seventeen agree weather i was happy to get back just for the weather alone and then i came back here and it was like sixty degrees so it's cold everywhere titus walk into wintertime it's very cold y'all yesterday i wanna say the high in ohio was four degrees and i i don't mean fourteen i don't mean four d i mean four as in the same amount of points that north carolina lost to wofford at home but i mean that's home that's how many degrees it was four the amount of time that i thought they had a chance to be carolina and that was in the for a solid although game let's so look we have a target to today um and i i probably i probably jumped into it a little too quickly um we have to start with the wad for game because i'm not letting you off the hook we have not recorded on a podcast since when was the late december 18th or something it was long ago it we prerecorded all the simmons podcasts that we put up over yeah we did a if you miss that we did a sleeping giants podcast with with our boss bill simmons which i think the people really liked that tate i think they really i mean the people of of rutgers the wreckers fans not so much the pen fans not so much snow put other people seem to enjoy that the boston college fans when when bill kept call in troy bell troy murphy there weren't fans of that but.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Clarke lives in columbus ohio and they just what happens i was born in columbus ohio now this ad this cargill led the of the greatest are less generation in what our new generations now doing that is really make a difference clark actually works are you are on the board of our once one of the boards of ohio state of outcry imach if i'm eric on border trust no chaos their mom mater which are extremely crowder well let me tell you why we're in anna and clubs ohio my dad come after the war and he wanted to this phd and dow south in tallahassee the legal it was jim crow laws it could not do it and now and ran across papers after you pass away of a mile mao called the people's cross the country of of of rejection letters in the foul in ill because because of the reagan and in school appear real i knew what it was is all but the race the they were they were accepted by ohio state so my dad got his peace deal in energy and go agronomy munko got his speech the and and economics i was born in a how and ohio and i will probably try to go to school able to get a realized the affordable is to coulter tried to play football yes i didn't even consider it but but my point is this group now race in a pass the people the generation black and white they were winners they weren't whiners winnie's in wimps they didn't complain net wants to my parents tell me about the trip from from texas to ohio and it struggles they had or rejection they had these talked about the the power of winning in moving on and and have the way like up after that and now we have here in two thousand sixteen of black people that have proved themselves proven value and now on the board of trustees at ohio state which we all respect.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Should concentrate on that those people should never have weapons i don't think anyone who's here in this country illegally without documentation should have access to a weapon and i i don't think that people with criminal records or involved in criminal enterprises should have weapons but the idea that we should divert law enforcement resources from going after kremon analysts to go after going after lawabiding gun owners seems to me a tremendous waste of resources and a misguided priority uh in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call uh let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael on a big fan of yours thank you you i was listening when you were talking to someone about uh uh evil verse her hike arctic uh episodes experience her and i think uh in the bible a couple of times of need you know we don't morgan creek oregon glass but against virtual fourcrew principalities empowers them yeah and i think i think if we do own active lawyer work again the evil karyn good governor can work at a little by little on and up with having a field day with her like you know in the day and i think even remember cared can turn into a little kid can via can be uh credo warren can be turned into a your immune evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death any horribly brutally because they believed in this sciencefiction stupidity about the slender man that they had to kill another girl and they are now i i it's a it's their their punishment their incarceration even though clearly it was safe cotti is is is fairly serious and i eat your your completely correct no one is immune to this now is part of what happened here a connected to those bad influences let me just read you there's a terrific piece in.

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"columbus ohio" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio

KWAM 990 Talk Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"columbus ohio" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio

"Live here and columbus ohio in twenty 45 still ranked the fastest growing city on earth but here doesn't seem like it when you live in the style there's no more live to go exempt the awayes plays that feels like a union who have room to reality or your own imagination now first of all have to know this takes place in columbus ohio noun twenty 45 so of course their version of columbus ohio looks quite different the thing is i think we've got a lot of things that need to change in the next twenty eight years for columbus ohio to end up looking like that because that's not what columbus ohio looks like but ready player one looks like it's going to be a lot of fun it looks like spielberg's channeling a bit of his production design for minority report which wasn't my favorite of his films this is already getting a black backlash because ernest klein who wrote this and and help right to screenplay he's getting under fire from the from the internet because you know he's a neck beer jerk kind of thing that i don't know i don't know him he's from ohio but i don't know but a lot of people are lashing out at steven spielberg for being somebody who helped make the 80s popular and then doing a nostalgia movie about the 80s but i think the big backlash four this is the same reason why people don't like the big bang theory i know there are people who are geeks to feel that the big bang theory appropriated nerd culture and made it mainstream and it's not real nerd culture sort of like i've complained before her about people who like dr who but only like the new doctor who but i dunno i mean ready player one looks interesting i wonder how a little bit more about the story if it's just you know freddy kruger ninja turtles fighting each other enough to be cool for about half hour i don't know if you make all see a march anyways that's it for this segment i need hero break when it come back and we'll be talking about a ghost story and land check us out on social.

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