18 Burst results for "Cowper"

"cowper" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

07:44 min | 3 months ago

"cowper" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"How shooters were approaching. None whatsoever at that point but the only thing we knew that they weren't climbing on top of building supported. Now yeah so. We work through the day and into the night. And then that night. Just dc live from county by about one hundred yards georgieva pasco charlotte a seventy to your mill shot killed. She had five shoes on that day. And what happened coming back to your point earlier. Investigators soon find after two shootings. The previous owner tipper second and what happened was at the michael's arts and crafts stewart nasmyth hill which wants to be two hundred yards from where a cabdriver walker was shot and two hundred yards in the cemetery where bill thousands bury the snipers shot to play class window. Cashier remembered few whisper ahead but fortunately nobody said then later. Five miles down the road. In the glenmont chapter james damore shunt killed in the shooter more i got to shoot how brazen these guys or because one or more he shot is a foreign exchange. Mukai police officer assigned that station at the time. So who's doing this all come together if you look at. You had seven shootings thirty hour period six of which occurred montgomery county when it quickly. Atf got involved with determined. That cowper weapon was to twenty-three which unless you're using some significant silencer makes very very loud bang when it's shot right without question and you make a great point right there because the two three caliber as you guys know it's associated with the ar fifteen and the m16 various models thereafter his effective range of five yards keeping penetrating simplistic police body over. Jeez jesus so we just had. That discussion was mike. Neil you know when we're talking about the green tips and stuff like that. Mike neal was the game and fish. agent who got into the shootout with the west memphis The guys who'd killed this offer citizens and kill the west memphis police officers. And that's what we were talking about is green tips and penetrating body armor. And you know things like that but but you know the other thing though is. I'm just telling you from my standpoint when the minute i hear that a to twenty three's involved. I'm thinking from an officer safety standpoint. All of a sudden where i need to be concerned about has just exponentially increase because if you said it's a three fifty seven or forty five and it's kind of like i could probably see that guy coming but the minute you say to twenty-three because i've got a two twenty three i actually chamber for five five six but i've got two different kinds of scopes on it and stuff i can do long range i can do short range but to your point i mean. Now you're talking about. I remember in fort. Leonard wood misery sitting out at three hundred meters with an m16 sixteen and just iron sights hitting a target out there. You know we still have a bet going on him. And i've got a shootout coming up at the range at some point. You tell them again. Dekalb extra i'll say. I guess what i'm saying but for my mind i'm sitting third. I'm thinking now is the cop. Everybody's a target now mean it's hard to defend against somebody shooting sniping at you with the twenty three. That's distant weapon the snipers us obviously so you can't be detected but the significance of that is know a hundred yards from a police station. You're still going to hear that and that does take some balls to do that. Well you're also one hundred yards from the police station. That means all those officers and range. And if you guys remember those two fairfax county detective in police officer were ambushed and shot and killed coming out of their police department Few years after that same same kind of deal but so so. Go back to that jeff. So now you've got. How long did it take for them to connect shooting the night before on october. Second with martin to the four shootings that was very quickly connected by investigators. Unfortunately the very quickly turned that caliber and she was related. So what happened. Is we work that whole day through the night in the morning and we expect to start all over again but said they hit sixty miles south. There was infringement. Virginia kern on c. Well she's at a local mall. She shot important survives. The incident that spot sylvania county. So you're talking about taking ninety five. They're going back and forth. No doubt and i have to tell you. I thought there but we're talking about caroline being shot and and for you folks are listening. There's you're going to hear some hesitation. You're gonna get the backstory to this and a little bit and you're gonna be amazed by so we just need. Oh let's just hold on. But jeff what we were talking about is caroline. Dan shot down in fredericksburg though. Thanks get me back on track. Probably what happened was early on our investigators overwhelmed and we additional assets and forty. The feds came in fortunately or unfortunately fortunately. Fbi came in atf us marshal service and others. And what the feds took over a commercial building jason to our headquarters for jot were to an operations center now. One thing that they brought this helpful to the investigators is what it's called rapid store as understands the case information management system. So you track all this information. That's come in hundred hundred leads that are coming in now. The investigators will get the help we also help them the tackle side because we worked through the night in the fall and more versatile straight but officers out there twenty four hours a day longstanding history with both the fbi hospice team and montgomery our state police swat with fahqt on numerous occasions. We're going on to quantico and they provide training and use their facilities maryland stately swatted always. We needed them. So what happens. They provide additional operators and ultimately. Now we're able to field two shifts of thirty twenty four hours a day. We were full hour shifts seven days a week now a quick break from our exciting stories to tell you about dave's killer bread. Steve did you know you know know i'm a musician. Did you know to bands to create groups. Wrote about dave's killer bread. I did not know that You know the first one is the eagles they wrote bake it to the limit and then the other one was meatloaf when he said hey make the most of the loaf of bread is like awesome for one thing. We find it in a local grocery store. You don't have to go hunting all over for it's everywhere and let me tell you if you're tired of having deadened taste buds from eating stuff like cardboard man you gotta get days killer bread. Oh it's the champion killer taste killer texture and those who were rise above the boring. I gotta tell you to my daughter amber cheeky. She was telling me how great this stuff. I hadn't even told her yet. Days killer bread was one of our advertisers and she was going on and on about the recipes. And how great this stuff was. And i'm telling you. I just had a pb and j. before we started a work this afternoon on our podcast. I'm telling you a mazing. She's dead onto you know. I went to the grocery store. I got a couple of these white bread dun-rite and the raising the roof. Now the raising the roof has got to be my favorite. It's raising and cinnamon together. And i actually started eating this when i get back from the gym in the mornings while i'm telling you it's great. It's good stuff and you know why because it's also you can find it locally so go visit dave's killer bread dot com to learn more and look for dave's killer bread in the bredahl of your local grocery store and now let's get back to crime fighting.

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"cowper" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"cowper" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Alexis. Yes previous to this week And the most stubborn dog in the world. Yeah wanted to go where he wanted to go wanted to what he wanted to do. and there wasn't a lot of negotiating to be done without some sort of incentive joy and oboe boy. Oh boy has my world changed. Thanks to one particular sponsor. Oh who could he be talking about. Well i'd love to say about pup for training treats okay intrigued If you want your dog's behavior to improve in either training tools and puffer traits are the perfect size for rewarding. Good behavior during training. Okay yeah you know what. Now that i'm thinking about it. I know exactly what you're talking about. I knew i didn't has. These traits are only made with three ingredients or less. I only have one k. Cowper treat so. Maybe i know hypothetical you have a dog. That only wants to push the food button that you gave them. These are maybe more appropriate for for that dog than full pieces of recipe. For whatever you were using before. I don't know and each bag has over. Four hundred seventy five treats so you know it's getting ripped off These are there are five. Different flavors So you can mix it up. You don't want your dog getting bored and pepper a free app. W learn. End up training techniques from professional dog trainers. So it's kind of. It's the whole package. These streets aren't just streets. There's a whole world around them a whole thing. That comes with peppered you have thought of everything to obviously you guys like Yep we're in so great If you wanna try up for.

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"cowper" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

Bro Bro Bro Bets

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"cowper" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

"There's just there's too much there's too much shit going on collegeville. Yeah that's for dave short. Trust me and i looked for you on this weekend. They are planning fcs school. I believe so. I decided to stay away from that. One give what you can't do it every week. But but what do you think about the panthers laying that number. Would you lay that number. Gets you mass at home. Absolutely not pit. I have seen way way way too many times actually in person in heinz field in september when this game by eleven points. You're not gonna cowper laid off. If you've asked gets ten points right just due to math. That means pick gotta put up forty eight to push paid. Ane putting up forty eight title. I mean unless you mask gives them. The baller turns blocks of parnell. Let's run it in it. Just a mask thing so sometimes you gotta look at those big spreads like that all right. How many points are we gotta get his dog. Maybe play a team total if you want to get involved in something like that. You don't always have to play the side. You can also look into team so that's a good point. Yeah that five going to lay that many points it's going to be against it's going to be on a team that i know is a high potent offensive team defensive team. Yeah exactly so you. Br right you so you gotta know that going in for all people displaced people's first season bedding football that are watching the show and again it's not it's not always you don't have to pick the the big favourite but if you do pick a team that's got like four. That are all americans. One two three and four four strengths. They're blowing out. They're gonna keep playing. Keep running the ball in score points. Don't matter if you've got a good defense but you've got an average office you can't cover those big numbers. What's the handle like for 'cause football. We want in vegas anywhere vegas anymore everywhere now. It is a listen. It's gonna be aweso I you know when it starts tomorrow team so on thursday. I'm gonna talk about temple. Records of talking about ohio. Statement is so dark and we get a couple of games friday. We get saturday. He's going to be awesome. Cf voisey's tomorrow night to. Yeah i mean you you like that game like we may take at night in between the thursday in. I don't know. I mean there. I'm gonna i'm gonna stay away from. Ucf in boise. I'm gonna see the two new coaches when there's new coaches. I tend to stay away. We'll see how it goes. That's an i highly recommend that as well unless you really or dial into something there as far as what they're bringing back in there's less turnover on the staff. It's a new coach. But usually the new coach comes a new staff very hard to handicap. These first games out of the shooting like somebody's. We got a lotta conference games as the opening week for the first time that number so handled through the roof man and like it's all gonna come down that sunday night. Game notre dame and florida state single game on sunday the last sunday before we got nfl for the.

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"cowper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

06:23 min | 6 months ago

"cowper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Ball. And then does it. That to me is fabulous. You can't go wrong with stories. Like that. And chris weber's always telling his story where he's a hall of fame player but he's telling you a story as if you know he's a regular guy when jordan gets out of his ferrari and says which one of you m efforts is guarding me tonight. And then they say calbert cheney and then you know he jordan says something about cowper cheney and put fifty on calvert like those are just. That's what's fun. Because part of what i try to do. Every day is let you eavesdrop on conversations. When i have somebody on you get to listen and sometimes you're going. Wow i'm listening to a conversation. Not just hey. This is meant to be on the radio. I love to be able to try to get that person to tell stories and forget there on the radio and sometimes you get that. And then that's when you get magic there ryan in. Honolulu is joining us. Hey ryan payroll and what's on your mind. I have a broader. Who has a birthday tomorrow. And i was wondering if you would please wish seton up. Thanks ryan thank you ryan know. It's not same day say month same year as brett farve who has a better than till no body body does have same day. Same barry bonds and satan. Barry also take performance enhancing different result. Thank you ryan this. A roast seat huge head to do very didn't use to have a huge head. You you've always had a huge dog wire-to-wire natan oklahoma's back nate. What's on your mind today. Hey damn happy. Happy birthday seton You know oh you texas. Maybe i'm old fashioned. And i don't like change But i remember him to brassica growing up with those great. Oh you games. And i was so sad when they left the big twelve i. I understand the money perspective that they're gonna make more. It's going to be cool to see alabama and auburn. Come to norman But the fact like said they're losing out on basically the possibility to play in the playoffs every single year. It's absurd to me. So i don't really understand it. Thank you nate. Dan still trying to sort all this out this day in sports history couple lance armstrong in two thousand one his second tour to france. Ross in two thousand tiger woods became the youngest player to complete the career grand slam. We wanted to british open. He was twenty four years old Results of the poll questioned hod. If you could win gold. A knee niche sports. However you want to pronounce it archery twenty-seven percent judo nineteen followed by badminton net thirteen and a half percent all right. Let's go around the room what we learned on this program. I'm going to start with utah. In honor of seasons birthday weekend were offering t shirts for just forty nine bucks. Great deal and happy birthday to patrick. Seton o'connor yeah and take advantage of that. There's a lot of great t shirts. There and pennies bang biscuits. We raised money for some of our partners in the pet industry and we got gourmet biscuits for the for your dogs named after our house. Dog here penny seat. And what did you learn today. Things have gotten significantly worse for packers in it. Feels like that with davante adams in the packers breaking off contract talks paulie. What did you learn tessie. Co oklahoma and texas are going fast. Is that our next t-shirt ooh And put the colors. They'll burnt orange a little red busies xenia. What i learned as you so elegantly said early in the show for the nfl covert protocols are all about green not red and blue. What we learned brought you by mercedes benz vans. They go far beyond from their customisation options. Cutting edge tech five star sales services financial support crew mercedes. Benz vans built equipped and engineer to be ready for anything. Go the extra mile taken the first step into an authorized dealership today a lot of fun today. Thanks for joining us. Whatever part you played maybe just listening or watching. Thank you have a great weekend. Do it again on monday. This is the dan. Patrick show one more item is close out this show and send you into the weekend and if you're working out this weekend let's say it's a ten minute walk a ten k run you're gonna go lift weights. Maybe you're gonna do some aerobics. Maybe you're going to do some pilates whatever. It is whatever. Your workout golf. I got something for you level select. Cbd's sports creams enroll aunts. And you can use it before and after you workout and your muscles will recover. You're gonna feel immediate relief carson palmer's the one who told me about this level select cbd. He's spent fifteen years in the nfl seven surgeries. And he said. I just wanted to enjoy retirement with my kids level. Select products formulated with doctors. They contain high concentrations. Cbd you are offered immediate relief. You'll notice it right away. Go level select. Cbd dot com. Now makes you use the promo code. Dan forty that's going to give you a forty percent off your entire order. Forty percent level select. Cbd dot com promo code. Dan forty not available in idaho. Iowa and south dakota buying a home can feel like navigating uncharted waters. Redfin agents can help. They'll answer your questions honest advice so you know exactly what you're getting into. They'll also help tour as many homes as you want and show you what it takes to make a winning offer with redfin agent on your side. You can sail straight to your dream home local expertise from redfin. That's real estate dun-rite towards addictive property and eight availability. Virginia office falls church. Four four seven five nine seven seven three to support peace does podcast. That looks into the story of a mysterious pilot. Spoke to us using a clandestine cell phone from inside a prison in north carolina and claims to have worked in the international drug trade for some thirty years. 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"cowper" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:50 min | 6 months ago

"cowper" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"There were still many independent tribes in britain even after claudius set up the roman colony. The i seen. I were one and they lived in the eastern part of england after claudius set up the roman province of britain. He let the icy night live as a client kingdom under their own king. His name was press ceuta. Goose press suda. Goose had a wife named buddhika and two daughters who lived with him. The romans allowed him to keep control over his small kingdom. When press suda goose passed away he left his home and land his two daughters and to rome but romans acted as though he had left it to rome alone. They treated his widow buddhika and his daughters very badly even beating them they also took away all the land possessions and money. He had wanted his daughters to have. The roman veterans also began treating the local british people very poorly stealing their land and even forcing some of them into slavery. This made them angry when they saw how buddhika and her daughters were being treated they became even angrier and began to rebel. The tribes in britain decided to join forces. They chose buddhika to lead them. She was a powerful woman a later. Roman historian described her as very intelligent and strong willed. She was tall with fierce eyes and long hair. The color of alliance main. She looked the britain's in an attack on the capital of roman province. Kamala donham the romans thought it was very strange and inappropriate for a woman to lead an army. at first. they may have thought she couldn't do a very good job. The roman leaders didn't send enough troops to defeat the rebels. The governor himself was with his army in another part of england. Trying to win even more territory for rome but having buddhika as their commander wasn't that unusual for the britons. Women from celtic tribes often lead soldiers into battle. This allowed the britain's to win their first victory at the roman capital easily. Next they went on to attack and read the towns of verulam and london. Eum you might know london eum by its modern name london. As the britain's continued their march the romans finally decided to take boo dickers- rebellion seriously. The romans return to the area with an even bigger army. Buddhika encourage her troops before each battle writing among them with her two daughters in a chariot. She told them she was with them. Not as a queen but is one of the people who had lost her freedom and headman mistreated just like them. She told them it was better to live a simple poor life with freedom than to give up their freedom and have all the luxuries. The romans had brought their island. Her plan was that they would either win their freedom or fall trying unfortunately though bodega lead her people valiantly they fell trying. The britain's lost the battle with suetonius army. Bodega died alongside many of her people. They're part of. Britain was now roman over the next twenty years. The romans would expand their territory and britain. Almost all the way to scotland in the north of the island but although her rebellion wasn't successful in the end buddhika left a legacy that people have looked to for inspiration for thousands of years. Artists and poets especially many from britain found inspiration and boudicca story poets like alfred lord. Tennyson and william cowper wrote poems celebrating her story and many artists had memorialized her. In paintings and sculpture lebron's sculpture. Boudicca stands near the palace of westminster in london with the british government meets. It shows boudicca and her daughters riding in their chariot as she rallied. The soldiers buddhika also helped inspire women in england to fight for the right to vote in the early twentieth century. These women called suffragettes would carry a banner with buddha's name on it as they marched in the streets demanding that they be allowed to vote standing up for what you believe is right. Isn't always about winning. And you don't have to win every time. In order to inspire people and make progress. Paducah stood up not just for her family or tribe before her entire culture. She stood up for ideals like freedom and self-determination even when it was clear that she would most likely not succeed standing up for what is right. Even if you don't win is always worthwhile. We hope you enjoyed this episode about buddhika and be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode.

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Californias state pension fund pushes companies to cut carbon

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Californias state pension fund pushes companies to cut carbon

"Almost two million californians receive a pension from calpers the california public employees retirement system. Because we're a pension fund we rely on companies thriving in the economy to generate the returns and we pay pension after that but ian simpson of cowper says climate change may put those investments at risk because extreme weather can hurt company profits and if governments require cuts to carbon pollution companies. Relying on fossil fuels may lose money. We need to think about. How do we manage that risk. How do we mitigate that risk. Don't just lie there on the railway tracks waiting to be run over working with other large. Investors calpers is helping to lead the climate action. One hundred plus coalition. The initiative uses its combined financial clout to pressure companies to reduce their carbon pollution. Many are responding because when money talks it has impact and for climate action. One hundred loss. We now have futi trillion dollars in investment. Signed up to making this successful. We've got very ambitious goals. But we cannot let out. The urgency is absolutely upon us

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"cowper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News with Danielle van ska thousands of people have gathered outside the imperial palace in Tokyo, where an ancient ritual is unfolding to bring about the first abdication of Japanese monarch Fatu centuries. Eighty five year old Emperor Akihito is hunting the throne to his eldest, son narrator and in his thirty rain. The United States has reiterated its determination to defeat the Islamic state group after I s released video of its leader Abu Bakar albuque- Howdy for the first time in five years. The State Department said it was clear the fight against I s not finished despite his loss of territory in Syria and Iraq. President Trump is bringing in tough rules for asylum-seekers. They include fees for lodging applications, currently free and barring those who end the United States illegally from getting work permits while that claims processed asylum advocates say this will punish migrants who often desperately pull the university of Cambridge. In England has announced a two year inquiry into its historical links with slavery, the university wants to find out if it gained financially from slavery in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries an advisory body will examine whether Cambridge scholars reinforced race based thinking. Public buildings have been set on fire Integris Cowper to capital of Honduras during a day of protests against the government's plans to restructure public health and education services masked activists threw petrol bombs as police used tear gas and Australian cricketer has blamed misunderstanding. After a social media post led many fans to think he had come out as gay the former international player James folk ner had suggested on Instagram that he was in a five year relationship with his boyfriend who was in fact, his business partner. He now says that is not the case while welcoming the support he got from the LGBT community BBC news. Welcome back to the tool on the BBC World Service. I'm Nikki Beatty. And we're in Warsaw. Poland onstage at the Agni, Ivanka or shed skull music studio of polish radio, parliamentary elections are this. Yeah, I'm we're here exploring how artists are reflecting life in the capital of a country where opinions deeply divided succumbing up. I'm going to be talking to rights at Yaqoob chick who's turned his novel blinded by the lights into a hit TV show artists. Luca rice ski still with us and will be hearing more from musicians Gazarian, Paolina, Shiva and Warsaw village band. But first comedy now and Philip van debrum. Thank you ladies. My name is Bill vendor. Brim and I did live many years in America. And I lived in Netherlands, but I was born in Poland raised in Poland. And as my parents, recently, even though I didn't ask I was conceived. Somewhere along the border between Croatia and Greece became quite concerned with my parents lifestyle when they were young because there is no border between Croatian grief. I recently went to my dad infuriated with a whole list of countries. This means that could have been conceived anywhere between Macedonia Albanian Serbia-Montenegro Bosnia-Herzegovina or Kozovo because all those places are between Croatia and Greece. What in the world where you guys doing? When you grow up in three countries, and you're conceived in twelve more I suffer through a lot of identity crises. On my very first day in the Netherlands, and nice Dutch handyman was helping me moving. He said, I don't know if you know this, but polish people have a bit of a reputation for stealing in the Netherlands, like, I know. But he did surprise me with what we steal. Apparently, we steal tools wrenches and drills and spanners and stuff. You know, top priced commodities thought what has happened to the polish people? We used to be somebody man we used to steal BMW's from Germany now, we still screwdrivers from the Netherlands. How have the mighty falling? But in my opinion, communism, really changed the concept of fun in poem. This is a big problem when our generational gap with our parents, they're like, they're fourteen different types of toilet paper store's how much more fun. Do you need? I grew up in the west when we had birthday parties was kind of an undue stood thing that everybody comes with a gift. Somebody brings you Cologne. Somebody brings your wallet in Poland. Everybody pitches in for the wallet. And the party's not in like a fancy restaurant or a club. But usually takes place in somebody's tiny apartment, and they always make you take your shoes. You can't meet the love of your life would never.

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"cowper" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on KGO 810

"That's not coming out of their education budget. Yeah. We would definitely like to see that. There's currently a great available for school. But not every school is eligible to apply for it. And I. How could you not be eligible to apply to get let out of the water one of the rule? Hey, I didn't make. Did that? Trying to make sure that there's a sustainable source of funds specifically four lead intriguing water. So that schools don't have to tap into other budgets, 'cause like I said we'll have a lot of things on their plate and a lot of really important issues, but we wanna see this dealt with because it's been a problem for way too long. Any lawmakers listening to you or do they not want to deal with it too? I have mostly my mission missions in working with the school districts, and I think our our director and other people in the CalPERS family of been working more with legislators. I know they're gonna Gonzales was the one that helped us with the lead testing Bill. So she's the one that sponsored that. And that's why the schools are doing the testing, which is great. They're still forty five percent of the public schools across the state but have not reported test results, and they're doing a couple of months here. What personal hit percentage and forty five percent. Have not reported test results. I know again, it's you know, they're trying to educate students get enough teachers for the classroom, and it's like now, I gotta worry about letting the water, you know, so free. Call and make the appointment that testings free. I'm Calvert actually has created a statewide interactive. Now, so that you can parents or whoever's curious can check their school and their district and see how testing going how do we find that? Tell us about that. Yeah. Definitely. It's on the website. Just search for the statewide lead map for get the lead out campaign. And it'll it'll pop right up. It's pretty great. It'll show the touch happened. So far there are a couple schools that are exempt because they do their own testing outside of this required testing. So those are all that are hopefully your way, but yeah, it's all on there. And it's pretty easy to look to its very digestible way of getting all that information. Rhineland? She's from Cowper talking about lead in the school water. Ryan, I appreciate you taking time to talk to us about this today. Yeah. Thanks so much for having me if you if when things move forward, let us know about us we can talk about this again. I will definitely do. So. All right. Thanks a lot. Rhineland calvert. I've got an interesting Email this week. We've talked about it on here before. And what it is is a say we've caught you using your. Your log in you've been going to porn sites. Watching porn. We've taken pictures of you watching porn, and here's the proof because we've got your password. And what they do is. They take a password of yours at has been compromised in one of the hacks. And then they send that to people. So people get really paranoid because that is my password because everybody uses the same password over and over again. So and in demand me, they demanded fourteen hundred dollars to tell my families and friends or not to show them. Video of me watching porn now. What's funny about this is this to my work address, and my work, computer and our work computers. Do not have cameras on them. So. They couldn't have worked that way. I wouldn't use my work Email, if I was going decide onto porn, and that because I knew that this particular password had been compromised, it was changed. I think a really long time ago. I don't know why you know, years ago. So I don't know how what list they're looking at. But they look at a list, and I do so here's how I use this. I want you to use a to this is common scam. When you get it. Now, you need to go through all of your major accountancy if you are actually still using that password because if you are that needs to get changed. So I went through all of my notes because I sent me this fast right there. I I I only use it for work stuff. So it's me signing up. For. Things that I'm going to do reports on to check it out too. I looked around to see if there were any that that was still used and indeed I found a couple now they were nothing that had a social security number a credit card number nothing that could come back and haunt me. But I'll still change it just to do it. But if you receive one of these their phony A B, if you're still using that password, it's time to change it because all they're doing is sending out they get your name. They get your password. You know, what if this came from target? After look because I know I've signed on to target for work to see how things worked one maybe that came from off to go back and take a look at that. Anyway. So that's what's going on. Don't get paranoid. Don't send money, and but do consider this Canarian, the coal mine because you know, that your Email address is attached to that password. And they're going to if they don't get this money out of you this way, they'll just start going through EBay and Amazon and everybody looking to see if you're still using that. Coming up cannabis for consumers one. Oh what? Consumer time with Michael.

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"cowper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The final four is set immediately ballistic Saturday as it will be Michigan state against Texas Tech. And it's going to be Virginia against the Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers it what were four really riveting regional finals. When you look at it, we discussed a lot about duke's run coming to an end the brilliant play of caches Winston the point guard for Michigan state yesterday. The Spartan says is now to eleven that is against bikes chefs ski Duke and finally he's able to put another win in the victory Cowper Izzo TASR as he even joked around about that after the game as well. But you know, the other three regional finals. I mean, you've got to give Auburn a lot of credit. I don't think anybody with losing. Maybe their second best player on their team to a tornado shell as he's sitting on the sideline in a in a wheelchair after the game. He's gotta ACL surgery. I believe on Tuesday. In their victory over North Carolina on Friday night to watch Auburn play as well as they did yesterday against Kentucky. Their guards were off the charts brilliant. They didn't even shoot a three as well as Aubrey really shoot the three. The cheerier defense was good. Kentucky where long stretches without offense. A baskets PJ washy did a lot of credit cash believable. L play gate a great in the regional semi final played great yesterday in the regional final. Against auburn. But in the end it overtime. The guards were just too much for the Auburn Tigers. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know. For me. I mean, auburn's of really really fun team to watch. I I started really pay attention when they won that SEC championship. I I was like, wow. This this day. Really? They really Bruce pros really got this just got these guys crooked, man. And just just to engineer exuberance the talent the way to play deed away to shoot just everything about them. Their desire to win. And and you mentioned the kiddo KiKi. It's sad. What happened to him? You know, any outs? Very sad. It was and it was cool to see him there in support of his team. And that they're able to advance to the final four wives in a wheelchair. And apparently he was in so much pain. He wasn't gonna come to the game. And then I think it was a little after halftime moves. So maybe I'd have can't remember what he showed up at halftime. He decided show up. Got there early in the second. Right, right. So. Yeah. So it was sad. When that happened that kid I was really sad kazaa and remembers what happened after that game pro was getting interviewed. And he broke down in tears saying he's hurting he's heard bad. You know, he didn't even know the extent of the injury, you know, fried. He said when any type of players pound on the court, you know, it's a pretty significant bad injury. And it just was that widow KiKi is averaging nearly fourteen points a game. But Barbara was great point as quick as quick and being out the not shooting the ball for well from the outside but finished with twenty six points could get to the rim anytime he wanted. You look at the Bryce Brown. How does the fire cracker? He finished with twenty four four seven behind the three point arc. It's like I mentioned Auburn beats Kentucky TASR and win that game in overtime and only hit seven threes. I mean, that's remarkable. What are you think about it for a tiger team? That's very very reliant on the three ball and for Bruce Pearl led team. That even after the O KiKi injury did not decide to go Matt size for size. He decided to throw another guard in there. And he he went small ball did the Auburn Tigers. And they may try and make Kentucky adjust to them. I'll be honest with you. I mean for the Wildcats they go home. And I know for re Travis who would like to have played in the final four in his hometown. Out of Minneapolis. And he saw his. His family members at attendance ties, but hero did nothing. Seven point eight points or something. Hagans didn't do all that much. He finished with ten points. PJ Washington was just a. With twenty eight points. You play is. And he's an ID played thirty seven minutes. And he can you know, he should be a little bit better than he is at the free throw line. But he was an and for the Wildcats has I think a lot of people based on familiarity and based on injury really thought Kentucky was maybe not roll over. But there were I think a four and a half boy favorite going into the game. I think a lot of people thought that you know, Kentucky is going to get themselves into the final four and that did not happen early. What was a riveting game a game that was tied up going into overtime that Auburn was able to win by six. Yeah. Absolutely. It was a fun game to watch. And. Again. It's it's tough. I mean, if I never played basketball, but I'll tell you what if I did have had to pick a coach, it'd be Bruce Pearl this guy just. He wears every emotionally has on his sleeve and his players respond to him talk about connectivity to players, you know, an all these great coaches Izzo coach K, they have that to some degree this, Bruce Pearl key just lets his guard down and just let them something. And I said let's has God down, but she's a cheese most much. He's he's out the window. He just some self on the on the on the sideline he goes nuts. He will fight for his guys. He'll get on his guys will get himself. He shows the joy, the misery shows every emotion. There is any sweats. His real. His jacket on the second half is just fun to watch man. Yeah. He is very entertaining. Here is here's Pearl the victory. We're not Cinderella's anything. We we're really really good. And all those other sports. We win championships along times basketball's been good. That's what makes us so special for us. Yeah. I can imagine that we all can here's coach cow for Kentucky who you gotta respect to teams. And with all the freshmen the for the most part to get better as the season does go along didn't play their best yesterday losing in overtime. Here's coach Cal after the loss. They deserve to win the game. We got outplayed got outcoached and still had a chance to win the game. I thought we were going to win the game the whole way until the one or two plays in overtime. Never in my mind that we weren't going to win the game. The portion of him talking moose Cal, and I gotta tell you. I was I. He was kinda calling guys out like in a mean way. But he was naming guys on his team that could have played better. And he was calling the team as they they should like his own team. Not seeing we. I to tell you. I I heard that. And I was like, wow, really, dude. Like, you're legendary coach like you such a blue blue blood program now in a team that you you coach these kids up they they went thirty and seven I mean, you know, they come in to seed, and you're you're calling you're saying players names. Yeah. It was really it was disappointing to hear. I mean, I love Cal. And I didn't hear that cut that you're talking about. I've heard him qua- players before in the past which wouldn't surprise me him doing that. But. You know, you look at it. You know, you look at it historically task. He does have his players backs and they do love playing for them. And it's remarkable the job Ali Calipari gets enough credit for the job that he does in developing players that step into their program for one year and the job that he does I didn't hear that particular cut that you're mentioning I've heard them do that before in the past. And he's always there for all of his players, whatever they need over the course of their career. I mean, I I I love I was watching the game yesterday with my dad. I mean, I I love Calipari is a really good guy. And that was a tough loss. I Kentucky team yesterday. So as the over Tigers do role on next up. They'll take on the Virginia. Cavaliers now Virginia. I mean, they get the last second shot against against Purdue ties to tie it up before the game heads into overtime late Saturday night, which is remarkable play down. Three painter fouls makes the first three throw misses. The second ball tapped out. Past midcourt? The no look pass by the point guard a forward in one motion puts it up at the rim from about I would say what about ten feet out nothing but net that game goes to overtime. The Westwood One. Thought it was for the win. It was not for the win or on CBS. I the cut I heard I think it was on MTV thought it was for the win was not is that correct? I think it was both was at both Louis. Yeah. Bogus was saying was TV early on. I heard it on the radio. Always TV TV's like for the win. I was like Danny corrected himself quickly. But that's nitpicking. But the game goes to overtime. And once that game went to overtime ties. I felt the complete opposite way. When Tennessee Purdue went over time. I thought producers gonna win the game Tennessee thought they had the game won. Right. When Virginia Purdue goes to overtime. I thought Virginia was gonna win Purdue game thought they had the game one. I agree. Yeah. So so Purdue was in a position where they had second life against and then second life in both instances. That you get there. I think there's a little thing called momentum for Virginia to get into that game into overtime down. Three five point nine seconds to go go in the free throw line to get that game to overtime. And the way that they did. I would have bet anything in everything I'm Virginia one in that game. They did they did. And they proved why they are a one seat, and they're the only ones left, right? As far as the ones that another team. That's really fun to watch. And and the job Tony Bennett. Does is. I don't think it's enough credit. I really don't. He's a great great coach another great motivated, great leader. There are really exciting team. And I mean, obviously, I got you know, I have an agenda here because I got them to win the whole thing. So. A lot. Yeah. They look great guy has been fantastic. Giral moves local kid from New York played very very well. And once once guy starts through shoot the ball. Well, from the outside is nearly fifty percent from behind the arc that Virginia team does take on a a little bit of a different level something where Jim boeheim talked about them being the best offensive team or best overall team that better ever had down. There at Virginia Deke hit the game tie shot the end origination. Tremendous plas by Clark. To go back retrieve the ball. And then basically the forty foot past to him to get it up at the end of regulation tired, and and Virginia last Purdue in overtime. Let's hear from Tony Bennett after the victory on Saturday night. I don't deserve the credit. I don't care about the critics. I don't I don't even pay attention to that. I really don't. I just know. It's really hard to lose in the first round, it stung, it was as I said, a painful gift as it was so humbling, but it it drew me and drew our team closer in a way that we couldn't have gone, and listen, maybe they're better off as a team for it. It's still disappointing to lose to Maryland..

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"cowper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Were tested, then found to have high levels of lead which can cause serious damage dangerous neuro toxin meaning that it can affect brain development of all children. But particularly young children Cowper report gave the state as C plus for at least getting more testing done. Water districts are required test all schools by this summer. Firefighters in LA have a new way to see in the dark in a pitch black room filled with smoke. I inched along the floor with three other guys and fire gear. We were looking for someone and if we had to do a full search of the room, and what it takes us close to five minutes. Instead with the new thermal imaging cameras that are now part of the L A firefighter gear and battalion chief deans calls. It a game changer in finding people in order to rescue them at a much face faster and efficient manner in our case. Took ninety seconds in LA. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news news is brought to you by the Barnes firm. The family of baby burned by coffee is getting million. A federal jury has awarded nearly six and a half million dollars to the family of a nine month old girl burned by Coffey a few years ago at the Omni Lacoste resort and spa near San Diego. She grabbed a carafe from the table ended up with third degree burns the waiter testified at trial. He warned the nanny the pot was hot. The hotel blamed the nanny for not supervising the kids and blame the parents for allowing it, but the jury found Omni ninety two and a half percent responsible for the incident the nanny seven and a half Aaron bender KFI new the California science center in LA has a special show. I'll about dogs Dr Chuck Cup sack told wakeup call dogs, and humans seem to be made for each other because they've co existed for millennia when we interact with our dogs the same hormones that are produced when we interact with our children are produced in our bodies. And there. Bodies, which strengthens zap relationship. It's the hormone is called oxytocin or it's often referred to as the love hormone the interactive. Exhibit lets visitors see hear and smell the world the way dogs can they can also watch service dogs in action. And learn about dog training by trying to train a human and suspect's car in a late night. Police chase had eight wheels. Because there was a wheelchair in the trunk because one of the suspects is disabled police say a man called before midnight saying his girlfriend was texting in from the back seat of a car in which men had kidnapped her it started in Palmdale and ended about an hour later on the four zero five in Irvine. The driver was arrested than the woman in the back seat was taken into custody. But the suspect in the passenger seat wouldn't get out turns out he couldn't because his legs. Don't work CHP officers pulled him onto the ground handcuffed him. Then pulled the wheelchair out of the trunk and lifting him onto it no word on if the car had a handicapped placard, Michael krozier, KFI news. We've got an issue now on your job on the twenty two. It's a city of orange.

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"cowper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I own. I am shocked at prisoners in the minds and kids so in enclose for most famous lines what I hear of their wages seem slavery. Indeed. It's enough that I fear. It's all rooted in greed. I pity them greatly. But I must be mom for what about nickel cobalt lithium. The garments. We wear the electronics. We own what give up our tablets, our, laptops phones. Besides if we do the prices will soar and who could afford to pay one dollar more. Sitting here typing. It seems well worth the price. And you there listening on your favorite device this bargain. Wherein? Well, it's not quite illicit. So relax, my friend. We're not all complicit. Songs of our native daughters is the name of the record produced by reacting Giddens, Dirk Powell, you heard reaction Giddens reciting two poems at the beginning. And end of that song, the opening poem from the eighteenth century and anti slavery poem by William Cowper. And then at the end a kind of modern response by Dirk Powell written by him. He played the banjo and guitar, Jamie. Dick on percussion Rianne and Giddens singing, the wordless tune that was noted on the island of Barbados in the eighteenth century. The oldest known example of an African slave melody in the new world. Now, the the the album's songs of our native daughters is largely the work of reaction Gittens, amethyst, Kia Leyla McCullough and Allison Russell, and they all get together with really just with little more than their voices and some hand claps and simple percussion on a song called mamas cry and long. It's a very simple call and response. It's almost like a children's song. Although the subject matter makes this absolutely the last thing he would want kids listening to. I mean, it is once again torn from the dark pages of the history of slavery. And especially of a woman. Experience of it. The song is called mama's cryan long from songs are native daughters. She can't get up. She can't get up. The bus. Away. Anyway. Again, and again. Again. And again, I scream again and again. Mamas. She can't get up. She can't get up. She can't get up. She got. Because she got the knife. She got. She got dresses. Mama's dresses. Up and see like. Why?.

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"cowper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're going to talk to Rodney, Scott. He is the chief patrol agent for the San Diego sector. That's right. The border patrol chief. We've been looking to get somebody on about Trump the wall the fight. And of course, Trump even get a shout the other night during a state of the union speech, San Diego used to have the most illegal border crossings in the country in response to strong security wall was put in place this powerful barrier. Almost ended all illegal crossings. We'll talk to Rodney Scott about that. The positives with putting up some kind of barrier after two thirty. There is a congresswoman for New York. It gets way too much attention. But when you're this wacky, and this far out and first thing she did was she pulled an upset in the primary vote last year when she knocked out. Was there? A while a democratic incumbent in the primary and won election to a congressional district in New York City. Her name is Alexandria or Cossio Cortez. And she's supposed to be the new young progressive democrat face. Plus, she's got a personality that wants to be on the news is often as possible and today, she along with other members of congress, including a long time US Senator from Massachusetts by the name of Ed Markey, introduced the green new deal. Well, wow, it's a government led overhaul of about every aspect of your life. That guarantees a host of tax payer covered benefits for all and a phase out of fossil fuels the aim would it mean to make air travel obsolete upgrade or replace every building in America to ensure energy efficiency every building. Yeah. Everyone sitting in every house every office building every hotel every factory all the buildings in all of America would be replaced under CASA. Coke has his plan to be energy efficient. It's not going to happen tomorrow and give economic security even to those who are not willing to work. Well, if you simply refuse to work, we'd still give you some money. She wants to all this done in ten years. Yes. She does. I know she wants to end all traditional forms of energy in the next ten years. No more gas. No, more oil, more coal, no more nuclear. She wants all nuclear plants closed within ten years. So everything would have to come from the renewables, which is what the wind the solar. That's it. Yeah. Is there another one? I don't know. Maybe you're you're your own PU. Sure enough of that in the streets these days, there's a federal job guarantee. Universal healthcare. You knew that would be in their wait a second job guarantee. Yes. But if you don't want the job, then you still get money because you're unwilling to work and affordable safe inadequate housing. We're not we're not making this up the government's going to create all these extra jobs. But if you don't want these extra jobs, they'll send you a paycheck anymore. It'd probably be last. So I don't know that I would think you would be less. And all new jobs all of them would be unionized. The initial version of the resolution it's a resolution with a fact sheet says we set a goal to get to net zero rather than zero emissions in ten years because we orange sure we'll be able to fully get rid of. Farting cows and airplanes at fast the cows are back in it. Yeah. A couple of scientists in this story say it's actually the methane from the cows comes more from their burps than their farts. Oh, I we had to put the hose. In their anus. Now, maybe maybe we got to catch their burps to apparently. So California's ahead on this. You believe that grown men and women actually think about this and discuss this. We have to catch the burp gas at a cows, or we're all gonna die shoe the earth is going to boil over if we don't catch all the burp gas. She she got immediate backing from camera Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker. They're all running for president. That's cosponsored this. That's all you need to Donald Trump near the those three could start calling them one of them. Cow Belcher, California right now. Yeah. Calvert, Booker Cal. Harris Cal Cal burp. Warren Cowper Warren. Oh my God. Now, the funniest things bonanza for him. Built trains across the oceans and end all air travel, build out high speed rail at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary. Wouldn't you think? The easier to figure out a way. So that airplanes emit less global warming. Just get rid of it. I think I think why don't we just deal with the warming. Right. I know be bridges across the ocean. To take the trains, go underground underwater. How would they what am I asking? I don't know what I'm doing. How many trains which have to build it harder to connect the entire world. It says here we would consider a carbon tax, but it's not a big part of the green new deal. Well, how would you get money to pay for all this? It says here no estimate of the total cost of implementing the green new deal is offered by Cossio Cortes. She admits even if every billionaire and company came together, we're willing to pour all the resources at their disposal into this investment. The aggregate value of the investments, they could make would not be sufficient. Wow. She writes that like like a ten year old would. It's like what a child would. Right. If if a teacher gave a little kid. Yeah project. How what would you do? So that we never burned any fossil fuels anymore. Well, I would build high speed trains all across the ocean. So there would be no more airplay airplanes. How about that? And I would stop the cows. About finance, right? I would build this machine to catch all the counterparts and all the Cowper Puta wanna work. It's okay. Here's your money. Coming up next. I'll have to return to this because it's my favorite story of the day. The border patrol chief for the San Diego sector. Rodney scott. He's the chief patrol agent will be coming on next. John and Ken show KFI and.

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"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Scotland Yard was onto Robert Hendy free. God after Caroline Cowper reported him they unearth than extrordinary history of deceit and manipulation spanning decade. That's when the phone in London's American embassy rain and special agent, Jacqueline zapper Costa with the FBI picked it up. It was Detective Superintendent Brandon with the metropolitan police you've worked with Bob on a number of cases after moving to London threes earlier. Agents Costa would lighter say both told me a story. So incredible. I had no choice. But to believe it. At first the investigation troll through handy. Free guns Bank accounts phone records and address history, but came up with nothing would need to take a different approach. During time with handy freak out, Kimberly Adams that only contacted her mother and stepfather when the couple needed money the phone rang and expecting it to be that order. They heard an unfamiliar voice. It was Jaclyn zapper Costa from the FBI explained who she was. And who she was investigating. Kimberley's mothers fine was tapped six weeks before the investigation had breakthrough. And if regard hunting struck did that door to cool as he wanted money? Kimberley's mother agreed should give the funds but only in person it is special agent Jacqueline Zappa Kosta Kimberly would call up at Roberts behest and consistently ask for more and more money to pay for taking tests and spice school or traveling and training for spice school. We started to deny her access to finance. He had ruined many people's lives. He had virtually done this on challenged. Drop-off was arranged at Heathrow airport. The police were waiting. There was no sign of Kimberly. Robot was the person there to greet Kimball? His mother on Royal the police swooped in and Robert Hendy free. God was arrested carrying a polish passport. Kim believes found by police. She was scared and into whiting in a vehicle parked in the airport compound. She was convinced. It was another test. She wasn't the only person to react this way. Story. Unfolded and amazed the officers our agents involved, but Burnden the Detective Superintendent in the metropolitan police force cooled handy free. God the most accomplished liar. He had ever encountered and he's twenty five years working for the police PC, Kathy Harrison who had interviewed some Hindi free guns victims spoke back, Kimberly Adams. She said Andy free, God the toltar- the because of his MO five row people pretending to be police officers could sweep pin on the couple, but they would be imposters and she should not cooperate with them. She was immensely traumatized as were all the victims. And when she opened up it was unbelievable to hear how such a bright, intelligent woman and been so cute by this, man..

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"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Paid for. A date was set for February second two thousand and two but the tide began to turn. Caroline, still hadn't received thousands of pounds. She was owed from her car trading. Andy free got promised to pay her back soon as Emily five paid him. Does he knew no bounds? When he borrowed one thousand five hundred pounds from her to buy a car, the con- never materialized. He said the vehicle had been common did by the polish mafia Evert of the debt by giving. Her a desk apparently worth one thousand seven hundred pounds the hit obtained afford receipt. Prove it Caroline gave him yet. More money to start a car leasing business. They would run together. But eventually the couple split up when she discovered fourteen thousand pounds was missing from her building society account. Caroline cowper. It had enough. She sued handy free got for forty one thousand pounds. She dug into his private life about the other women and the lies about his undercover life. She went straight to the police. Caroline Cowper was going to start a fire that in time would leave robot handy free. God's life in tatters. Psychologist and author thirty one year old Kimberly Adams came to England on a temporary work sinement teenage son had moved in with his father to attend a better school. So he remained in America. Kimberly had a PHD was welcomed into a role is trained psychologist counseling. Children in the south of England. She needed a vehicle to travel from each school. So in August two thousand and two she went to a local car showroom in chick west London. It was here where she met robot handy for God is soon as she entered the showroom Chanda a first impression of him. Was he had the most honest is Andy free got his time. The after sales calls became more personal and he asked around to few months later, he warned don't Kimberly treating her two meals in exclusive restaurants and the couple went out for countryside drives together yet there was some. Something that was niggling Kimberly. Andy free, God had a collection of mobile phones. Twelve o six, but she could sell them get hold of him, even though she hadn't planned on something serious Kimberly began to fall in love. The couple moved into gather in Kimberley's mother. Ann was excited about her. Daughter's new boyfriend so flew to London from Phoenix Arizona to meet him. It wasn't long before she could see the attraction is handy free. God was a waste charming. Kimberley's mother ran said he seemed to know how to talk to each person. So they felt very very special. While whole dying in mall based Spain year after their first meeting you propose to Kimberly on cruise in love and excited. They set a date. The drip drip of handy free guns tool tales of espionage.

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"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Sonnen Virtanen time. Untold rope handy free guard about his trip to London you found the incident humor's humiliated, salmon requested to have a meeting with the people in charge of the test is friends setup dying time, but unsurprisingly Simon was there anyone to turn up allied to stated by that time. This believed everything he said. Before their friendship ended Andy free gone try to convince him to give Sarah Smith temporary accommodation is he said she was part of a witness protection. Scape? Same Solomon will now no longer on. Speaking terms robot found somewhere else for by Sarah and Vernanda to stay to stop the women. Conversing? He told her not to the Serra was Spanish and couldn't speak or understand a word of English for security reasons instructed Sarah to act as she couldn't understand anything. The two women live this way for three months in that time, they didn't or even a single sentence to one another. Silence. Forecourt was a hunting ground for Robert Hendy free gun this time, he had his arm solicitor. Caroline cowper. It was two thousand one jet come to the showroom to trade in Maceda's for Volkswagen co FF the to hit it off straight away. And when she filled out the customer satisfaction survey. She playfully marked Hendy free. God eleven out of ten in bed. The couple took luxury holidays aways Caroline's expense, and of course, he unveiled his secret life as an M I five spy Robert proposed. Caroline said yes. And they chose a six thousand pound engagement ring from Hatton garden, which surprisingly Andy free got.

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"cowper" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:24 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. What we do know from the TSA as the number of call out people calling in sick is up by a small amount can happen over the holidays. TSA wonders is that the flu is at the holiday season. Is it that folks are trying to make a political statement or from the union? There's some suggestion that people were taking sick days. So they could find other jobs and actually get a check to take a put in a Bank accounts. Yeah. I don't know. I assuming people are looking elsewhere. People texting in. I'm looking for the work. I'm gonna go work with you know, Uber or lift or have to find something else. Because I don't know how long it's gonna go tomorrow night. Trump's going to give a speech nine PM eastern, six PM Pacific. He's going to give a speech. What is it going to be about? It's going to be about this the shutdown is there a solution to be had both sides need to feel like they've won. So I don't know if there's a solution to be had. But what I do know is at this point in time. When you look at it the way it is. I think that nobody's really feeling like they they've lost anything yet. Right. It isn't until somebody feels like they're losing something that because the the IRS is going to make sure that your tax returns are coming to you. Refunds in separate company. There's a lot of that stuff going on so it while it's affecting some eight hundred thousand right, which is about twenty twenty two percent of the government. It is it's nobody's lost yet. And until there's a loser until there's a clear cut side that is feeling the heat and the pressure and there's a loss. I think it's gonna drag on through at least the next month or sell. So think about this say goes another four weeks by the time people start working again, then they get paid for some people. They'll get a check at the end of next month for all of the time. They've accrued now put in the people that have had to come to work because there are essential part of the government, but aren't going to be paid until the government reopens. But the people who furloughed you could be looking at six to eight weeks before you see another paycheck, and that's tough for a lot of people in a day to day world that we live in where a lot of people live paycheck to paycheck that is absolutely going to be a tough to tough for some people to handle and people are looking at the TSA what's going on there. And I get it, man. I get it. I do I I I've been in situations like that. It sucks. It does. I've been I've been startups where we didn't get paid for you know, two months. Three months was blood sweat. And there was no guarantee that the money was coming. We're putting together funding, and it was Matt sleeping in my life. I started my competent, I'll tell you something my buddies. And I we were we were sleeping in my office. In Newport Beach, California sleeping in my office. It's tough, man. I I it sucks. You don't know when it's coming. So until there's a loser. Meaning until somebody actually looks like they're paying the price politically some side acts like they're paying the price politically, they're feeling the pressure. The numbers are dumping down until that happens. I think they're both stand on. Their moral high grounds and say look here look here. Look what we've got three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. The Super Bowl is not too far away yesterday the playoffs happened. God what we'll talk a little later about the they've changed it now. Phil if you didn't see the Chicago game, Cody parkey missed the kick. He was the kicker ended the game. It don't twice. He missed a kick. Now, they've changed it from a kick to a blocked field goal because it did actually get tip doesn't make him feel better. I'm sure, but it did at least somebody got a hand to it. So but halftime show still having some issues Gerald Griggs vice president of the Georgia. WBZ P has a dream knows. Maybe there won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a light on police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement calling Cowper Nick Greg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and asks for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Yeah. I don't know if that's going to happen. But I do know that, you know, they're looking around, and they're trying to find somebody who wants to perform alongside is it is it maroon five or, you know, I don't know who it is. Smyrna? Route five or as I like to call them the American version of Nickelback and coal play. And they wanna find another artist. I don't know. I don't know. I mean, it hasn't been a huge issue this year. It really hasn't been a massive issue. This year the way it was and TV ratings especially over the weekend were up big time. And for all of this stuff that we talk. Yeah. Football's dad, the steady of all those things. No this that even last year with the Rating's down. They still dominated and football ratings are up this year. And they're still dominating across the board. They want cabinet back Georgia NWC, vice president Gerald Griggs has his way there will be no halftime entertainment at the Super Bowl this year. He wants that. No halftime whatsoever. This year. So what happens if I've talked to several NFL players who've played in the Super Bowl because being around here. And having a sports station. In house. Yeah. We we've had several in there, and they would be fine with that you think about this. So you play a football game. Right. You're out there. It's the biggest game of your life. It is the Super Bowl. It may be the only shot you have you could be Tom Brady wherever year, you know, you figure every every other year. There's a good chance you're going to be there. And you play your ass off. You've got all the hoopla before the game the weeks leading up to the game. All morning of the game. You go out and you play first half. And then you have to wait thirty five minutes to forty minutes before you even have a chance to get back on the field. I don't think I don't think they would like I don't think they would care too much. If there wasn't halftime show. But the halftime shows us, it is do I think the cabinet Nick is going to be reinstated. He's not kicked out of the league. Nobody wants it. Right, and coaches and people I've talked to even some players say they doubt he wants to even play. Because his brand is he's a mortar. And because of that. Nobody sure even wants to play and it's been a few years. So I don't think he does play. We'll see three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. So here's the deal. It is the first week the first full week of two thousand nineteen we are less than six months away from the first debates on the democratic side, four two thousand twenty people are making their pitches and one of them of courses, Elizabeth Warren. She spoke of growing up poor and Oklahoma a close call for closure on her family home, her brothers and their service in the military getting into college. And then she would like to say that she fell in love jets and lasts from the audience. She dropped out young to raise her family. And then eventually, she became a US Senator. So her message was that she sort of dot that American dream. And now, she sees Washington. Corruption is taking it away and she wants to fight to take it back. Yeah. She wants to fight to take it back. That's her goal is to fight to take it back. And and it's really good. I mean, it's aspire to think a person of color. Could just really push especially a female person of color could be she's a she's done this herself. Right. As you kind of can we just be honest. She's done this a little bit to herself. But to think that we are in a point where we are week into two thousand nineteen Biden will announce maybe within the next two weeks. He said very soon. You got Julian Castro. You people are lining up Kamala. Harris, they're ready and the first one throw war bonnet in is. Of course, Elizabeth Warren, she focused on her humble roots over everything over and over. She turned the focus from party divide to common American values. She barely ever mentioned that she was a former law professor at Harvard or a former native American. Cherokee warrior, she'd never mentioned that one time or person of color. No my God. It's it's just it's starting. That's that's the thing. It's starting already and Bernie who I think will throw his hat in the ring. Soon. We're do you think you were like a bowler? This Bernie feel like a bowler producer, Phil. Now now top hat top hat. I think top at maybe a top hat or bullets. He may throw that at pork pie. My throw that into the ring. But today it was like a semi over the weekend was like an article from his his basically his home state's ain't please Bernie for the love of God. This election is too important. Don't run whatever you do don't run. Please don't run, please. Please. Please don't run don't run don't run. But I think he's going to he's going to. I think what you saw with the Republicans. Right. What you saw with the Republicans. Were there was there was they were going to set up like three stages, and it was like a like you could get relegated from the big stage to the little stage. And you give your promoted from the little stage to the big stage. I think we're going to see that this year. I think we're going to say, I think Eric Garcetti. Mayor of Los Angeles is going to throw his hat into the ring as well. There's just a ton of people that you're not really familiar with on a national level. But how many of them at this moment in time? Can you say unequivocally that they can beat Donald Trump? He's not afraid of Elizabeth Warren. No, no, no. No. No, no, no Biden. No, no. No. No, no Hillary's not. She's not. I think that ship is sunk sales anymore. Just sunk right. Beto Beto be interesting. I think he gives them a better chance than than rolling out Elizabeth Warren, or you know, or any of these other, you know, has been or have have passed you buys, so we'll see three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Got a poll question up. We'll touch on that. I saw a movie that I love over the weekend with Jack. And we'll talk about the man that is the goats in Chicago. Chad Benson show. 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"cowper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Have not impacted security, and they say they've not actually contributed to any long lines. But it is early. And that's why the TSA is telling us late today that it is making contingency plans for the law. Long term when these officers don't get a check later this week. What happens to the call outs increase? What would TSA do then they say they're making some plans are not telling us what those plans are at this point. The president is set to speak to the nation tomorrow night. Could it be game over for the Super Bowl halftime show, Gerald Griggs vice president of the Georgia NWC P has a dream? Who knows maybe they won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a light police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement calling Cowper Nick Greg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and ask for rapper. Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, ABC news Atlanta parts of northern California's still without power after last night's storm. You're listening to ABC news. Now, more of our top stories here on NewsRadio KF vk. Speaking of that storm Sierra ski operators say this weekend. Storm was a good one over a twenty four hour period ending at eight this morning. Alpine meadows saw twenty nine inches of snowfall. Northstar got twenty six inches of fresh powder. Kirkwood got nineteen and over the past seventy two hours. Alpine meadows received four feet of snow nor star forty two inches Sugar Bowl thirty nine inches. Mammoth mountain saw almost three feet of snow five fifteen now. PGE stock in a nosedive following reports that it is considering bankruptcy selling off its natural gas division or both. Reuters reportedly Friday that the northern California utility was exploring filing for bankruptcy protection for some or all of its businesses because of billions of dollars in wildfire liabilities that it faces on the same day NPR reported PG knee was also considering a sale of its natural gas business to raise cash to cover those liabilities. PG stock just lost over twenty two percent of its value today closing eighteen ninety four per share security lines are growing at US airports. Thanks to the government shutdown concerns are being raised because hundreds of TSA workers are not showing up for work. They've apparently been calling in sick since Friday effective. Government employees are not getting paid during the shutdown, but those involved in public safety and health are still required to show up for work. The partial shutdown is in its third week one quarter of the federal government is affected including the department of homeland security and Justice. It's five sixteen now. Coming up at five twenty four the White House briefing. All of today's news about the White House and President Trump me drive at five continues during the afternoon news. Kevin O'Neill with Mike Hagerty today. Dana has has traffic troublespot. Not sure why. But Davis PD has eastbound child's in eastbound thirty to be shut down at this time. Again, no info on why that would happen. But just be aware of that. If you haven't beyond the Davis area. More traffic at five twenty just ahead on the Cape K afternoon news. We'll check your money with Kelly brothers. Apple has always been somewhat of a closed system. The software and hardware, and but now a deal with one of their main rivals love that story and final numbers from Wall Street in five minutes, plus coming up in the news is newest governor riding a wave of popularity. Does he get started? We'll have reaction to his inaugural speech for here.

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"cowper" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"cowper" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Joe Boylan and eleven seventy for Rutgers be played about eight minutes or so little more than that your initial thoughts. Great defense. Rutgers has really done a good job at that initial. I from Maryland girl and oath for nine after the first two field goals. Rutgers was four for Mr. last four. But defensively they've done a good job. They forced Maryland. Turnovers. Or even on the glass. Is only getting one shot and this is one of the best offense rebound country. And that's the key right there kid getting I think getting Fernando out of the game early of disrupted the barrel and rhythm. They have a lot of talented players. But when they when they go young, it's you can see the fluidity dot they're Rutgers has done a good. I liked that attack by Harper to a transition. All the time out Rutgers with the basketball shack dourson back in the game McConnell has on the far sideline left. Elbow now on the left wing holding his dribble flipping out for Harper between the circles right side. The Mathis Mathis back for Harper right side, quick release on the three. No good. And a ball is gonna be rebounded by Maryland. As Wigan's wrecked down. Cowper Cowan top of the cage Cowan willing to his right up top Smith Smith dribble drive on McConnell, lost the handle into the hands of Mathis Mathis with Harper and Chanda was right. Tries to take it all the way lost the handle. Harper came up with it goes under the basket. Scoops it in doubted Harper catch that ball. Great play by Harper and so-. Rutgers leads thirteen seven with eleven ten to play here in the first, but again, attacking on the transition secondary break pushing the ball against Fernando guarded by dourson back to the basket. Low left block turns ducks under nothing doing good defense taken out for Cowan Cowan moves left left elbow. Jumper back to the rim. No good long. Rebound is going to be knocked at a balanced last touch by week. No legacy last night by this. So Maryland will get possession. We were talking about Maryland with the turnovers they've got four so far in Rutgers has done a nice job turning that into six points. Yeah, they have their they put you like about them. They're really been aggressive offensively today entrenched and secondary break to push the ball against Merle something. They haven't done much this year something they talked about the last couple of days. I Allah has come back. In for Smith. He has all the far side now on the wing being tracked and double team kick out goes to Wiggins on the far side hop step in the paint job pass Cowan left side three off the Mark. And we're getting an offensive foul as Linda went over the back trying to fat the rebound out high. And so what gets possession? Great job checking out there by McConnell, gut. Good side position refused to let him get inside of him. Jio Baker comes back in for Caleb McConnell Lindo is out and Smith comes back. So we go back to that initial down low look of Smith and Fernando, but they've been talking about talking to one of the Maryland writers. Jersey, man. About them trying to play both of them together alive, and how that's been successful. Sometimes not so successful other times. Rutgers with the ball shot clock at twelve CIA, right side, three pack of the rim. No good. And the rebound to Fernando. These are struggling from the floor shot shut down Fernando right laying by dourson, Paul strict weight behind by Mathis Baker. Pass it left to Mathis, sandy roads. Over the defender. We're going to help and alcohol thanked in the shop your wave at all. Now, we're coming the other way. Let me see. He was not sent. It was in the air. And the crowd reacts after seeing the replay Mathis exits sodas Harper as kiss and Carter comeback. Not a great call again, Maryland Rutgers, though, attacking defensive transition pushing the ball against them. Thirteen seven Rutgers delete nine fifty to play in the first Maryland the ball and a holy felt like think on Carter who puts his hands his head hands because he just picked up his second foul time Merlin came down. They went right to the low post to Smith Smith Randa the flow block on the right hand side and posted up and they said quarter pushed him from behind. And that puts Maryland at the free throw line shooting one in one Jalen Smith is sixty percent free throw shooter. So far has the honors Carter stays on the floor. Despite the second personal picked up. Free. Throw is good. He will get another. Here comes the second perfect. Maryland's last field goal. Was about to fifteen twenty more. So they've gone almost five and a half minutes without a field goal. Can't play much better defense than that. Nine forty four to play in the first Rutgers had thirteen nine with the ball kiss Pharcyde. Up top to Carter flip into the right side for Baker. Now for dourson top of the key one dribble into the left corner for kiss Shacklock at twelve kissed left. Elbow club jumper further. I'm no good. And the ball rebounded by Smith. Good shot at times got some space just missed it. Here's Cowan top of the key. Nearside three ball is good. How has Eric? I allen. Makes it a thirteen twelve game. And that is Maryland's I made three eleven minutes in. Carter top of the key liberal left. For Baker Baker around a screen over the shoulder throw into the corner for cash drives baseline double team comes bounce past a quarter in the paint job. Book goes for shack Carter, and it's fifteen twelve. Rutgers. Nice fast by kiss that time easy to handle bounce pass. Eight forty eight to play in the first. Smith has it between the circles for Cowan now count around a screen stopping on the wing pullback. Jumper is good. I bucket for Cowan. And it's fifteen fourteen rockers with eight and a half to play here in the I was very good at getting into lane that little step back. Jumper. Here's Baker top of the key to his right to the foul lines bounce past to kiss leaving him on the baseline put up there by Fernando goes up title lost and the ball and the hands of more sell to Cowan Cowan. On the floor pull up three contested in and out. No, good offensive rebound Fernando failed on the way back up. Shut goes eight. He will go to the line with a chance and a three point play Maryland back in front sixteen fifteen. Weren't that start? Joe offensive rebound offensive rebound. But also word to really start calendar gets the ball takes a three, but for Mando and Smith or both standing under the basket. So that's running to the rim. Coach Mike likes to say to his Big Ben chin chin to the rim. And that was good. Also by Meryl Fernando to get himself in position for that fouls on ISA charm. He sits down soda, dourson, miles Johnson and Kayla McConnell comeback in here is for Nando trying to complete the three point play already five points, five rebounds foul shot up in in. And so it's seventeen fifteen Fernando will now sit as Lindo comes back in. So he sits with six and five point lead from Maryland with eight oh nine to play in the first and now Ron Harper will come back into the game for Rutgers replacing shack Carter. That's a good thing. Just Carter's got the two thousand Meritas GM's arrest with Franco on the display this half, basically without gene. Picked up too early fouls. Baker on the nearside beyond the arc. Nice crossover on more cell gets to the base cut off and he dragged his pivot foot turnover. And we get a timeout. Seven fifty.

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