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"danieli" Discussed on WTVN
"Democratic Challenger Joe Biden hitting the campaign trail hard. They're not doing it alone yesterday by had former President Barack Obama's something for him. Florida first lady Melania Trump is in Pennsylvania for her first solo event of the reelection campaign. Google's making plans on Election Day to reduce misinformation about the results. The browser company says all election has to be temporarily banned on Google once the polls close. Facebook said earlier this month that would do the same. The moves are being made in case of winners not decided on November 3rd Columbus sitting attorneys and clients joined by Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley in a legal effort to stop a new surcharge from hitting Ohioans Electric bills this January. In a suit filed Tuesday, Cranley Incline are suing the state treasurer of the chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, and first Energy core. And issues of $1.3 billion subsidy of two nuclear facilities, which was the subject of House Bill six bills, the center of the bribery and racketeering scandal that brought down Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder. Franklin County Coroner says the suicide rate during the first six months of 2020 slightly increased over 2019 doctor Ana Ortiz's offices. 75 deaths occurred by suicide between January and June 2020 compared to 72 deaths during the same period last year. African American and Hispanic suicides decrease while Caucasians rose from 74 to 77%. California man who sent death threats to Ohio State students and football players is setting the prison Danieli Rippy was sentenced yesterday to 12 months and one day in prison for making an interstate threat during Ohio State's went over Michigan and 2018 Rippy sent electronic messages threatening to shoot Oh issue students and players. I'm Scott Jennings next reported nine for breaking News and weather alerts instantly follow us on Twitter at 6 10 W TV and NEWS it all stars, news,.
Judge halts first federal execution in 17 years, citing coronavirus concerns raised by victims' family
"Emergency appeal after a federal judge in Indiana halted the first federal execution plant in 17 years, citing concerns over covert 19 Danieli had been scheduled to die by lethal injection Monday in Oklahoma. He was convicted in the 1996 killings in Arkansas. The gun dealer his wife at her five year old daughter, America is listening to
"danieli" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"Mingo Oh I do my best just make sure that he's not distracted by these thoughts and that the only thing he's thinking about is the game it's I see so there's self-doubt can kinda really rescue self-doubt and also on the other end just tilting and getting frustrated a hundred bucks is really good at tilting mango because her box plays sewed offensive that Meg Alexa gave action and he run in in hundred bucks doesn't like to do that against Mingo in particular in higher box knows that it tilts Mega Sweden does it so alive times I had to go to Mingo and say like hey like if he doesn't interact with you just think of just positive thoughts or just like run around the stage and just practice your tax gold like if he's not giving you anything to work but like do something else that can distract you from getting that tilting is frustrating the other person I'm guessing like what are some strategies for kind of getting in someone else's head for when I coached mango one of the big things is that when may go the heavy outplay like he reads the next two movements of his opponent. What it does is inflicts a lot of self doubt on the opponent where they're like oh shoot like to me like them they're really becoming self conscious about not doing stuff in it gets them off their game plan so when mangoes really on point he's really showing that he's in your head and then it's really hard to beat that because you're second guessing everyone in your decisions at that point I see so it's almost like a chess game you're trying to prove that you're thinking ahead more than the person exactly okay we're GonNa take a quick break but we'll be right back with more from Danieli.
"danieli" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The Cleveland Ohio we go well I'm not going to have to turn danger how's it going doing good my friend what's up I had a question so are the twenty sixteen to writing it's the SL Li it's just a front wheel drive I'll have around thirty thousand miles on it and my lease is done because I got a discount on the front end the bile is ten thousand so I was wondering what you thought about actually purchasing your this is the registration one little thing out just for you not that this the different for this one but what you pay up front what the residual buyout is at the end have nothing to do with each other that residual is set in stone and it was the same for everybody that bought the same package you did so I got it the the you they drove it at twenty five hundred miles on it so the okay so the price of the car I thought was cheaper because of that it may have been but that is not in no way tied to the residual buyout value okay I just did thanks danieli says Roger understand that I had ten grand with thirty thousand miles I mean that seems like a no brainer the thing is worth more than ten grand for sure now I've got a article of my FAQ page car pro USA dot com that gives you all your end of lease options and I'm a really put it in simple terms I follow that in what what that article is going to tell you to do John is to get a offer from a dealer on the current car to compare that to the ten thousand you got about four just to be sure I can tell you right now with the SUV market the way it is I think is worth more than ten grand so if you want to buy it and pay cash or finance the the balance that your dealer can help you with that that's not a problem but I I don't know that's so like a bargain to me and see I thought the same thing but I just wanted to know what you thought about the vehicle and as long as you have a there they've been good it it had and sister the equinox are both very how my list recommended recommended vehicles and it's because of their long term reliability they've been really good good issue vis and I I gotta be honest I'm shocked that that residual value was only ten grand I would've thought more but guess what that means that you got a bargain and you.
"danieli" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Are pretty efficient. One receives they hire reward for taking on additional risk to extent that stocks are. Riskier than bonds in the future. We one could reasonably expect and demand a higher rate of return in an efficient Mark, thus equity investors should generally continued to trust the process. If the goal is a higher rate of return while you also do have to accept volatility. But what if one not only wanted to invest in stocks, but you wanna be like Warren Buffett and try to beat the stock market Alcan you go about trying to achieve this goal weeks? This so example too of reasonable processes is trying to beat the benchmark. So once one decides to invest in stocks are true approaches invest passively in the market cap weighted portfolio or Secondly attempt to beat the benchmark, Jeff invest passively, this can be done very cheaply using mutual funds and ETS the charge, very low management fees to almost Eur nowadays for those that attempt a strategy to beat the benchmark, they can do this. However, in two ways you can make your own stock selection or you can use ETS or mutual funds that have some strategy, but the goal here is actually pretty simple invest in stocks, while attempting to beat the bench now given that this is the goal is there a process, our second step that we can follow in an attempt to be the benchmark. So we're going to start with the assumption, which I think is accurate that just randomly picking stocks is a bad idea. So at that baseline is. Let's turn to the evidence in the past what systematic strategies have been shown to work. So after reading the journals in the nineteen nineties, you can come away with the conclusion that a few strategies worked in the past I is value investing, which is purchasing stocks that are cheaper on some measure, such as the price of the stock divided by its earnings, the P E ratio. The second is momentum investing purchasing stocks that had done the best over the past year, while exent winning Zam, the total return over the past year. This is standard momentum portfolio, then you say okay peers to work. What is the actual evidence? And again, I'm gonna plot the returns to top and bottom Dessel, sorted on value or momentum from nineteen twenty seven to twenty seventeen. This date is taken from Ken French's website. And so we're going to look at five four folios the market, just S and P five hundred value, which are the cheap stocks rebound annually growth. Which are the expensive stocks. Rebalance Danieli, the fourth and fifth portfolios are high and Lohman high momentum is basically the top Dessel affirms ranked every month on the past, total returns over the past twelve months in ignoring last month low momentum. These are the losing socks. They had the worst returns over the past year and what you notice is over this ninety year time period. Nineteen twenty seven to twenty seventeen. You see that the SNP returned..
"danieli" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"See Elvis Casella with Blondie, the Greek theater and Shapira tickets to see more at five point amphitheater time-line contests coming up five twenty four and are sky will be checking out the delays on the four. Oh, five through the south bay, two minutes. It's four fifty three White House taking new action against Cuba. The Trump administration is reportedly poised to allow Americans to sue foreign companies profiting from properties seized by Cuba after the nineteen fifty nine revolution. There. The policy has been allowed under the nineteen Ninety-six. Helms Burton act, but every president since Bill Clinton has suspended its key clause amid fears of worsening relations with Cuba, and alienating US allies. But the White House says it's taking the step in retaliation against Cuba support for the embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Steve Dorsey, CBS news, Washington. The brother of a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer killed by suspected drunk. Drivers says sergeant Steve mccone was passionate. About nabbing DUI suspects. After watching his father struggle with alcoholism brother was unique character his John Wayne approach his weird laugh. His bare crushing hugs his level. Westerns war movies, motorcycles country, and his incredible work ethic. I'm so happy that my son Sam. Got to ride along with my brother and see him work Danieli Cohn says their mother wants ask Steve what he would do if he caught his father driving drunk, and he responded that he'd cut him right away. Lakota memorial today. Followed a samba procession that included dozens of motorcycle officers riding through the streets of riverside. Governor Gavin Newsom was among the hundreds of attendees at the memorial. And the governor says he wants a compromise on whether people should be able to build a home in high wildfire risk zones or at five three. It's four fifty five. Traffic.
"danieli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Com. Just use the keyword mom show Cassandra. So glad you're here because we get to discuss some of these things why people are at the beginning of their tax journey. So if you have any questions that you like, okay before I get all of the paperwork out, and I get a little Manolas folder out. Start looking at all these pieces of paper you can call today. Or are you grab a glass of wine? That is you. Just flash forward. My basement office. That's exactly what I did. So if you have any questions, we all need some help, but it's tax time five one six four hundred what does seven one that is the number for the mob show, if you have any questions, and that I made sure it was a wise pitcher though, because I don't want to be. Exactly exactly the refund. I wanted to be. But I wanted to also eventually get audited. That can I ask that question. I feel like that's one of those things that we use the word audit or we hear audit, and we get panicked. But what's the likelihood of me getting audited? What are those things really like how often does that happen breath? The the likelihood of that is probably very well. Okay. Maybe a little more. So the if you are a small business owner, and you know, your expenses are are some large numbers that you know, that could bring it up, but but most of the time where people are receiving IRS notices or letters. It's more of a correspondence where the IRS received like a ten ninety nine and it wasn't reported return. It's not a full blown audit. Now. Let's also remind people because I think that there are so many things that are going to overlap during this conversation Cassandra and brat because there's lots of things like you just said. What an example of the kind of correspondence that you will get from the IRS. And I know that we've talked on previous shows Cassandra about all of the tax scams. Kind of interaction that you can get so Brent as you said, you would get an official letter from the IRS they're not gonna call you and like a robo-call or any of that stuff and say come down to the courthouse right now. Give us money. Exactly. Yeah. You'll never see a phone call or an Email from the IRS. Okay. Unless you've already had a previous correspondence with them in regards. Okay. So if anybody calls you and says come down and give us a visa gift card or you after wires this money getting scam. Hang up, hang up and don't worry about it. I just want to touch on that real quick before we get into the changes because they were talking about last year. One of the biggest scams was that someone would have somehow filed your tax return. You're actual with your social security number your name gotten you a refund. Right. And then you would say why didn't even file yet. And they would say, oh that was a mistake. Someone would reach out to you. Then in say, send us the money back. Right. You'd think. Okay. Yeah. 'cause I didn't I didn't file yet. But that was the scam. That's how they got the money because the money got sent to you than they would say, oh, we need it back. It was a mistake. Right. So that's not going to happen. I mean, you you're not gonna get sent to check. No that absolutely. Danieli said you twelve thousand dollars. And so don't think that you have to wire anything that's not how any of those things work, even if you do actually oh taxes. There's a process there's a way that it all gets printed out. So, you know, those extra things like when you as a CPA do my taxes. Brent what do I need to bring you what I mean? What's the basics that I've made to make sure I didn't accidentally throw away. Different from how you would have gotten ready to do your taxes last year when you're putting all the papers together. Sure. Nothing's really changed in regards to you know, what you need to assemble together. You know, they talk about this as this. Huge tax lodge change in impact. But there's really no change to what you need to gather. You're still gathering any documents that you receive. Ten ninety nine.
"danieli" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Seven ten top local story on NewsRadio. Relatives of a former Cook County board president water put up a roadblock to a proposal to rename the Dan Ryan expressway, WB M's. Nancy hardy reports Danieli Ryan third says he felt shock and disappointment. When he heard of Bill Daley's campaign proposal to rename the southside expressway that's been named for Ryan's grandfather for the last fifty six years daily who's running for mayor toll WBZ B why he feels the roadway should be named after the forty fourth president. Barack Obama is the first president from Chicago first African American president in the history of our country, someone who spent a large chunk of his and obviously Michelle's life on south side of Chicago Ryan says he's a fan of Obama. But tells the paper you don't change something just to change. It a section of I fifty five south of two ninety four was named after Obama earlier this year, anti hardy NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM whiting, Indiana's mascot hall of fame opens today. The eighteen million dollar museum has been in the works for four years transforming what had been a digital nod sports mascots into a twenty five thousand square foot interactive museum in a three story building on Front Street near the lake. It's an offbeat idea designed to draw visitors like the annual perogie fest. You can learn about the history of sports mascots, even become one yourself. And of course, there's plenty of stuff to buy the Chicago Bulls, mascot, Benny the bull and the Blackhawks mascot Tommy hawk. I will be part of a hall of fame induction weekend in June. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. FBI looking for the robbers struck to banks and ten days in the south side. Authorities say the first incident took place at a Bank branch along the fifteen hundred block of east fifty third street. The second branch thirteen hundred block at east fifty fifth in both cases, Robert got away an undisclosed amount of money yet be is offering a thousand dollar reward for information leading to the suspect's arrest. Check the weather for the finding vinyl five days or so of two thousand eighteen next to WBZ news time, seven thirteen. The.
"danieli" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"You're listening to KNX in-depth with Mike Simpson. I'm Charles felt Megan Kelly's comments about black face wearing it's maybe isn't racist. If it's Halloween. The controversy the apology we turn to that. Now. Here's the comment. She said on her Tuesday show. Because you do get in trouble. If you are awake person who puts on or a black person who puts on white Fiala. We'd like when I was a kid that was okay. As long as you addressing character. Well, Kelly's history is kind of important here. Because while she was still on FOX. She argued that both Jesus Christ and Santa Claus had to be white men. Well, here's quickly condemned across much of the media landscape for her black face comments, including by many of her own NBC colleagues, and she quickly apologized dedicating all of her show today to addressing the controversy with us now to very prominent writers, April rain is an attorney and activist and the creator of the Oscars so white movement and terrain writes for Rolling Stone, the New Yorker time and many more. He also hosts is very own podcasts podcast. Trey let me start with you. You you heard I presume. Begins apology. Her explanation is at the end of it. Should it be the end of it? Well, no, it's not the end of it. Because it's a moment up stunning blindness. And it's also sort of a note to black people when we mentioned these issues publicly some white people come out and say, oh, jeez. You're matching again, it will clearly there are some white people who claim to have not gotten the message. But part of my by continuing problem with Megan's presentation on this which is right at the top of her apology is baked into her explanation yesterday. She keeps making a both sides is argument here she keeps saying black people should use white face and white people shouldn't use black face. Those two things have nothing to do with each other and different morals universes. There. History of black people using white face to demean white people white culture black face is part of the perpetuation of white supremacy and the denigration of blackness and black people, and it's almost every single year. We see a white person sort of being like a Taurus into blackness thing. I'm going for Halloween as a black person as if we are a fun density, scary identity that you can have it at will the other direction is really not happening. And it's not part of the problem. And it underlines a little understanding. She actually blames the issue which keeps tying those things together. What the problem is actually black face, and by the way, Megan Kelly, and I are the vaccine age when I young black face dot cool. So I don't know what mythical time when I was younger person gaffe things. Were different April. Let me ask you about the apology and based on what we had mentioned before. After the Jesus was wise kids Santa was white when when she says something and then issues an apology the same day or the next day. Does that take out of it? I mean, do you believe the apology at this point? I absolutely don't believe the apology there. Couple of things going on here. First of all making one is to say that she had no idea why was an issue. And yet there is a tweet from her in two thousand sixteen in which she indicates that she knows that black face to the problem. So here we are two years later and see is pretending is feigning. Ignorance here the apology was hollow. Because it wasn't made initially. It was made internally. Right. Just to her colleagues at NBC. And then they were backlash about that. And then so she decided to make the apology, and it sounded much of it word for word, not even Danieli new words, but you know, the same. Email held almost as if she was reading it on air, but she never addressed directly her actual colleagues. We're put in a really horrible situation. Not only having to explain to her what the issue was that she should know in her mid to late forties. Right. But also that they were able to express to her how painful it was. And so for them to have to sort of hold her hand and carry her into the twenty first century. It's not something that they should have had done. I'll Roker and Craig Melvin spoke about the issue today on TV, and they were bombarded with people who are very bigoted, very, you know, unfortunate saying horrible things to them. When in fact, it was Megan who did something wrong here. So the apology needs to be followed up with action. Otherwise, the words are hollow. Okay. I'm glad you mentioned with action because I wanted to throw this question out to both you April and also you've Turay, so let's presume for the sake of this discussion that Megan is a maybe she's a racist. Maybe she's stupid. Maybe she's a stupid racist. What's supposed to happen? Now, if she's supposed to be fired he's supposed to learn from some her path actions. You know, I would suggest that Megan is had cerebral bite at the apple here. This is not the first time that she has food out. And let's remember that NBC fires to is seeing black journalists to make way for her and her ratings are not good. So just on that base it on that one must wonder why is it Andy lack lacking NBC still keep her on but seen to learn from this experience because it appears that she hasn't learned from all the previous experiences. So what readings are you going to do who? Are you going to talk to you? How are you going to make this better? How are you going to show up? Then in fact, you do care about this issue and. This isn't just a one off. And and we'll be here a year from now talking about something else and making you know, another way to Megan Kelly has put her foot in her mouth. Okay. Tereza you before we run out of time. What do you think should should happen action wise? I mean, a APRIL's right that the the ratings have not equal up to the contract. So, you know, she's far underperforming the amount that she's taking out of the company. But it seems that she, you know, she. Hitting underneath her weight. If they would say it punching beneath her weight, they would say in boxing. So at certain point that doesn't make it doesn't make economic sense. But you know, it seems that she forgot that she wasn't at FOX anymore because it FOX that sort of comment goes over very, well, it's very victim. Ian, blaming both sides, and like she's getting a little undercurrent of this PC culture. Can't do anything like, and, you know, at FOX that would be applauded that NBC that is horrify we that whole spectacle, you know, the three people who were on the second with her where zero helped to her as well because they disagreed with her. But none of them had the language or tools to explain why. So the whole segment with a train wreck. Yeah. Is sitting there in real time plan out. Okay. To Ray rents Rolling Stone New Yorker time, many more we all serve from April. Rain attorney and activist creator of the oscarssowhite movement. When KNX in-depth continues in about four minutes doors guitar. Robby Krieger, lights our fire. And we have one other note this word coming in on the the Megan Kelly controversy late tonight word from the Hollywood all the Hollywood reporter that her agent at Creative Artists Agency CA is no longer working with Kelly. They've dropped her a source says she has however landed over at UTA,.
"danieli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I need your gut check at. A store you have not seen. Him here, you know horse. Racing horses they go around a horse race you ever have you ever been to a? Horse race. Oh yeah we used to go in high school. And. Gamble okay that's good No it's not good? Shouldn't have. Been doing that well it all depends did you. Win, no okay A Las Vegas casino. Executive, is proposing a. New style of? Race. Track Good It's called the moving. Grandstand you will be able to move and keep up with the horses as they come. Around come around the track for the, last let's say quarter mile of the. Race you will. Be let's say you're looking at it from left to. Right you will be able to follow the horse from left to right keeping up with a horse all the way to the finish line Danieli president and CEO of the full house resorts, says this is the. Future this will bring people into the race. Track it won't that you will watch with Benach killers that you stay in one. Place you'll actually be able to move much like a camera. Moves they have those cameras now that keep up with the horses coming down the. Track you'll be able to sit there in the comfort of the of the racetrack and watch them as they go to the finish. Line your gut. Check. Yes Is it is this a good. Idea is this even feasible will this bring bring people to the trackers this more. An amusement park ride I think you always have to innovate yeah and I'll tell you what I see in the NFL the NFL's. Going down the. Tubes You can't even hit a quarterback anymore And they. Have this leading with your head rule I know that with, CTE and all that. Kind of stuff it's killing the game people don't wanna, watch it because people are getting hurt but then other people want to watch it because they want to. See these brutal hits major league. Baseball I mean the unpire excuse me the managers don't even. Write their own lineup card out anymore. It's all done with all these technology Yeah Oh an Olympic. Analytics. Yeah. Yeah so I am for I am all for good, changes and I think this could be a good. Change does anyone really watch horse racing anymore other than once a, year the Kentucky Derby triple, crown where a fun? Hat, yeah Yeah I mean if, it's more innovative it's? More Interesting that's probably the only. Thing that, could bring me out to a track, I mean I'm not interested in gambling right necessarily but I, could see? The, action, up close. A little better you know yeah yeah I would I would go and see. It. At least while I go check it out okay but all. These other sports are getting worse and worse basketball there's like two good basketball teams. In the NBA. And they're always in the finals, what's their lot so if you have horse racing which I would. Say is what below the WNBA or whatever, you. It's one of the last seats below college lacrosse if he, asked me racing is not what he was. Like. Boxing boxing, has not come back, at all Used. To the horse racing you better figure something out maybe this, tech way too much money to find time MAC and Gaydos check. Back we've got a story you haven't seen each contract Let's talk about this athlete He's a. College student great falls Virginia? You. Know where that is yeah do? You? Get fired from there. Now it's outside of DC I'm just.
"danieli" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"As Mitchell is saying, the undocumented labor force in this economy is really economically significant, but also not often heard from author and illustrator Dunkin te'o himself, a Mexican American citizen who grew up on both sides of the border is trying to tell the story of some of those people in a picture book. One meant more grownups though not for kids, it's called undocumented woman the program. Thank you for having me. Give me the, I guess if this was a conventional book, I take the jacket blurb on this thing. Give me the very quick story on this thing. Would you? Well, it's an elevated book that tells the story of an indigenous man from his village and Mexico coming to the US without documents and working as a busboy, but then realizing that he's being exploited and taking advantage of in deciding to organize the people at his restaurant and his community to try and get better working conditions at at his job. The art is super cool in the format is really cool as well. It's one of those with with. Hardcover on both ends, and then you can unfold it like almost like a giant met, but it it tells the story in sequence on a on a series of panels project that began for me when I was in college and at the time I've all in tiered at this center called en masse. The national mobilization against sweatshops and there I met a person who inspired this story. This man whose mixed and mixed indigenous community from the south of Mexico. And that's why the book full out like the artwork that the mixed issues to make hundreds of years ago, undocumented immigrants are off in in the news, but we don't hear so much about the exploitation and how poorly paid. And I thought it was important to talk about that aspect of it. Well, yeah, it's the idea that was happening on the border now is getting all the press, but there isn't undocumented workforce inside this country already. That plays a role in this economy. Yeah, definitely. I think sometimes people are quick to talk about no people breaking in and coming in without documents. But at the same time, I think people are happy to hire someone. And pay less than what they should because they don't have the proper documents whether that is saying, you know, in farming and construction as a nanny Esa landscaper. There's millions of people working and being paid less than than what they should or not having access to sick days or to overtime or to all other sorts of things that we take for granted. I wonder if it's easier to address some of these tough issues right on a lot of levels in in the graphic format, right? Because you can make it more relatable, I think. So, you know, I really wanted to think, you know, sometimes when when we talk about immigration and the undocumented embarrass Strack terms not until about the economy, it's all about number since the tip. And I think we don't often hear the voices of people that are actually just trying to make a living. And you know me being a dual citizen, it's very easy for me to enter and exit the US, but I just thought it was important for someone to try and share some of those stories. Undocumented is the latest. Graphic work from Dunkin Donut to you. He has until now been and children's book author, but this is very much the adult category duck. Thanks for much for your time pre shit. Thank Thank you. you. Coming up. Some people will see this as the kids table. As you know, some sort of lesser category, much like movies themselves gang the Academy Awards or a business, but I do the numbers. Wall Street basically traded a whole lot of water today down stroz Danieli three tenths percent, seventy four points twenty five thousand five nine for the blue chips p..
"danieli" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"There's probably like thirty of them she bleeds she breeds ferrets danieli weirder had ferret ferrets breed breeders bread is that like what she does for since he was a lawyer but is that what is that like a hobby or something yeah it must be but that's that's like that's passed hobby you know what i mean she's got like pages everywhere the play smells like she's really really into them hobbies like you have a couple of things she's got like you know if the ferrets took over there'd be a real problem there is there a that goes along with said smells bad yeah oh yeah it's not even like you know people that have a dog and a cat like it kinda smells bad like i can't describe the this is like a she's got thirty ferrets it smells like two of them are dead stacey yeah i'm here stacey i'm sorry i forgot to mention matt stacy's here to stacey met you guys know each other she's the ferret breeder lawyer what you know first of all i i that is not not normal that's something that i take my take pride in the i've been doing that for many years it costs a lot of money and a lot of education training to be able to do what i do and you know it actually not your piece of work you should really be respected me like that takes a lot when i'm doing my house does not smell like did don't like that he might go over there and be a little overwhelmed i mean that's sort of not just like you have a pet i mean you have like a zoo kind of now you haven't seen my home and i think that he is not cultured so it's a culture that you're not cultured yeah i guess that i i wasn't raised with thirty rats i have a five bedroom house okay i have a maid cleans my place my home does not think except for the fact that you went to the bathroom the next day and bond the bat alright is there a chance so that like you're immune to the smell because you live there and maybe it does smell and i mean you can hear the animals in one place without there being ascent excuse me what do you know about sense.
"danieli" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Sentenced to the death of a man in north west albuquerque in two thousand sixteen twenty year old danieli sandoval gets thirty years in prison after pleading guilty to second degree murder and dozens of other charges sandoval at a group of teens were trying to steal work van or the vans owner hector aguirre tried to stop them sandoval was driving the van and ran over again a killing him the santa fe national forest implement stage one fire restrictions starting tomorrow at eight am spokesman bruce hill tells news radio kk ob it's another indication that fire season is off to an early start this year in new mexico if we go into stage one fire restrictions traditionally they go into restrictions in june so here we are you know in april and we're already in stage one day join means no campfires charcoal grills or coal or woodstoves except in developed areas drought conditions continue to expand into mexico the government's latest drought monitor shows almost half the state is now under the extreme drought category and a small area of northeastern new mexico is in exceptional drought the worst possible classification just about one hundred percent of the state is under some form of drought back in october that figure was under fifteen percent well it will almost certainly generate a presidential tweet or two fired fbi boss james comey is starting a public publicity tour for his new book that blasts president trump style and ethics james comey's upcoming book paints a picture of president trump is unethical and untethered to the truth according to the associated press which obtained a copy ahead of money.
Mississippi governor has Monday deadline to sign nation's most restrictive abortion law
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh, Austin, Texas authorities are investigating yet another explosion. It happened last night detonated by a trip wire, two men who were riding or pushing bicycles were injured, police chief, Brian Manley says the trip wire blast revealed a different level of skill different from three previous explosions in Austin, this month that were left on people's doorsteps. He's been able to do this morning is do another sweep of the entire area so that we know that the area is now safe and we now have the specialists from both ATF and FBI conducting the post blast investigation. The previous explosions, by the way were caused by package bombings, the men injured last night were white. The previous victims were Latino or African American Facebook says it is launching an intensive review of Cambridge Analytica which it had already suspended after revelations, that it improperly obtained private information from users. NPR's Amy held has that story a former Cambridge analytic research director says the data came from more than fifty million profiles and the data research firm wanted it to try to learn how people might vote and how they might be targeted. Now, the British parliament says Facebook and Cambridgeshire Lyrica have been deceptive and wants the CEO's of each to come testify and Adam Schiff ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee who's looking into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election toll ABC's this week. He wants to find out more of that miss appropriate information used by this digital arm of the Trump campaign to manipulate American voters. Cambridge Analytica says it didn't use any of the data in its work for the Trump campaign. Further, it's an is using or holding Facebook profiles. Amy held NPR news, Mississippi governor Phil Bryant expected to sign into law, the most restrictive abortion ban in the US NPR Sarah mccamman reports, abortion rights groups are expected to file legal challenges. Mississippi already has. One of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country, banning abortion after twenty weeks. This pushes it back to fifteen weeks. There's only one clinic that provides abortions in the state. They and abortion rights groups are expected to challenge the fifteen week ban on constitutional grounds. So this really sets up a legal fight over just how far a state can restrict abortion in early pregnancy resident Trump travels to New Hampshire today to talk about his plan to combat the opioid addiction crisis. That includes imposing the death penalty on some drug traffickers. Here's WBRC Anthony, Brooks prevention, including a strategy to rain in the over prescribing of opioids, second expanding evidence based treatment. And third stepping up law enforcement and drug interdiction, including cracking down on international drug, cartels the president who is previously called for the death penalty for high impact drug dealers will do so again in New Hampshire when he lays out his plan. This is NPR news. The US supreme court is allowing a death row, inmates convictions and death sentences in ARizona to stand able Danieli dog. Oh argues, ARizona law does not sufficiently narrow eligibility for the death penalty. However, the high court rejected that challenge. It's four liberal leaning justices have said they would be open to, again, consider adult goes argument. But in a different case, that is I fully argued in the lower courts experts from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons are in Britain today examining the Soviet era. Nerve agent used to try to assassinate a Russian former spy and his daughter earlier this month on British soil. The toxin is called Nova chalk NPR's Joanna kisses has the latest from London speaking to the BBC. British Foreign Secretary borsch Johnson continued to blame Russia for the poisoning of Sarah gain Julius Pol and Salisbury England. We actually have evidence within. Lost ten years that Russia has not only been investigating the delivery of nerve agents for the puppa's of facination. But there's also been creating and stockpiling novels Russian President. Vladimir Putin fresh from his reelection Sunday says, it's nonsense that Russia is behind the attack and that Russia will cooperate with any investigation. The scruples remain in critical condition. Joanna kakissis, NPR news, London, still seeing a sliding US stocks with the Dow off. Now more than three hundred points or one point, two percent at twenty four thousand six hundred forty two. Both the NASDAQ and S impaired down one percent. This is NPR.
"danieli" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"Yes a leader can come along the galvanizes something that wasn't there before but you can also have grassroots movements that they demanded a leader that leadership be generated from that i do think leadership is incredibly important i think one of the most effective political assassinations in history actually was the assassination by a rightwing jewish israeli extremist all you tuck rubbing in 1995 in derailing the peace process very much that a few days after daniel danieli the left our studio and headed back to london there was actually a significant development ed in a yearlong investigation into benjamin bibi netanyahu israel's prime minister the israeli police recommended to the attorney general of israel that the prime minister be indicted on fraud breach of trust and bribery so we put in italy back on the phone to ask what does this impending indictment mean for israel and what we might potentially mean for the israeli peace process and for israel us relations well first one has to be clear on the process that will now be pursued the police recommendation although many ways unprecedented does not automatically translate into the attorney general actually pursuing at an indictment and a case against the sitting prime minister that will take some months for the attorney general to work through and make a determination assuming which is not given the attorney general did go through with an indictment that would pose an immediate question and challenge for not an iota whose.
"danieli" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What happened to the weather it was shah liking warm and clear i'll sudden it feels like bread fall ally gift to regain not gonna lie i like a little changes seasons we don't get it a lot here so uh you know i'm thinking about santa barbara out of course venture a county they don't need this but i i you know little overcast sky little sprinkle here in la is is welcome by me but time anyway it's friday it's friday at we have a very busy show for you today so let's go ahead and dive in headfirst we have should know information coming out of las vegas involving the las vegas shooter it looks like steven paddock is even weirder than we thought before they found child porn not c a man who killed fifty eight people i'm not surprised any you know come on and when they were talking about filing charges remember we talked about that earlier this week and we assumed okay i guess they could be filing charges against the corpse or whatever to try to establish what happened ray nope it looks like they might be filing charges against another person oh that's not the why flats joining us to talk about this is our pal steve moore retired special agent for the fbi cnn national security analyst steve thanks so much for staff by this friday thanks for having me glad to be here all right so what does the update steve on murderer you know it's funny because once i join cnn as a as a contributor they don't let me in the building is much anymore one of the things uh the you have to read between the lines i feel like a playbyplay callers sometimes you know i don't have to know what uh what the information is you can tell sometimes by what they're doing and while vegas may have a person of interest separate from mary lou danieli i'm still bothered by all the statements she made in the admissions and i'm bothered by the fact that the fbi has not come out and said hey she's not involve let's go on to other things and you.
"danieli" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Brought to you by montagna accurate located on montagnared just west of i 25 it could very well be thirty years in prison for 20yearold daniel danieli sandoval of albuquerque he pleaded guilty yesterday to second degree murder and thirty five other charges in the death of actor a get a a deacon and a carpenter police say a guinea whereas run down admiral in a vehicle as a get a try to keep sannebel and four other teenagers are ripping off his work van sangroula said he and four others were all high on methods of time under the plea agreement pro ed prosecutors say they'll dismiss 48 other charges against senegal and it also resolves three current criminal cases against these the third of the five teens charged in the case a man who racked up his fifteenth dwi arrest last mud will remain in the san juan county jail pending trial that was a rolling from a district judge indicator fifty said rolled levi menu alito linda actives with the albuquerque's dwi resource center says there are a number of problems with the current system that allow cases like this so many times the jurisdiction you know the length of time a court in hallen someone is too short to actually make sure they have gotten the treatment they need it completed it acted as as in other issue is that it's possible to buy a vehicle into mexico without a valid driver's license she says the emmanuel ito cases evidence at the state's policies on drugs driving aren't working a number of bills will be considered in the next legislative session altering the right skills threestrikes law which could send summit to prison for life they'd repre tentative bill ream of albuquerque says he wants to focus on the worst criminals i want to expand it two if you we have injured or killed a your third person you will get a life sentence another proposal from representative nick gentry would add aggravated assault on a piece of sirte aggravated arson to list crimes which would make someone an eligible for three strikes coming up i you're buying outdated groceries newsradio time is 1204 one use in one minute start spelling the word painting go ahead p a.
"danieli" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Morning with your host gordon deal extensive planning in vegas good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka it is wednesday october four glad you're with us here's what we have for you this hour authorities in nevada say the gunman accused of sunday's massacre had an elaborate plan in place including cameras to monitor police president trump paid a visit to puerto rico to assess damage and the recovery efforts he visits las vegas today never one yahoo said 1 billion accounts were hacked as part of a massive databreach turns out it was far worse than that and a new angle regarding the las vegas shooting what about a different type of security at hotels and casinos from non inside the in your area that they claim mattered work there there too and that pope at an anomaly that they couldn't have been stopped whether or not yep the troop and they're doing nothing why they could do it pancreatic wall street journal reporter sara run dazzle on the unlikelihood of security changes it wants vegas hotel casinos she explains why in about two minutes authorities investigating the las vegas massacres say accused gunman steven paddock set up three cameras both inside and outside his hotel room so he could see into the hallway as part of his extensive planning the cameras may have been a look out for police investigators still don't have a motive for sunday's killing spree in which at least fifty eight people were killed and five hundred others wounded court county undersheriff kevin mick may hill the suspect i can tell you that we know now that he fired off and on four somewhere between nine and eleven minutes they say the 64yearold retiree in real estate investor fired for between nine and eleven minutes onto a crowded country music festival below from approach high in the mandalay bay hotel the gunman's girlfriend marylou danieli returned to the us from the philippines last night and was met in los angeles by fbi agents mr paddock had wired tens of thousands of dollars to the philippines in recent weeks the president trump's visits the las vegas today will evolve expression of sympathy for.
"danieli" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Worse than that at a new angle regarding the las vegas shooting what about a different type of security at hotels and casinos from inside the that was man but israeli that they claim that carry measure work that there too and that that put that an anomaly that it couldn't have been stopped whether or not yep that the truth and they're doing nothing more they could do it pancreatic wall street journal reporter sara run dazzle on the unlikelihood of security changes it wants vegas hotel tell casinos she explains why it about two minutes authorities investigating the las vegas massacre say accused gunman steven paddock set up three cameras both inside and outside his hotel room so he could see into the hallway as part of his extensive planning the cameras may have been a lookout for police investigators still don't have a motive for sunday's killings free in which at least fifty eight people were killed and five hundred others wounded clark county undersheriff kevin me hill the suspect i can tell you that we know now that he fired off and on four somewhere between nine and eleven minutes they say the 64yearold retiree and real estate investor fired for between nine and eleven minutes onto a crowded country music festival below from approach high in the mid to late bay hotel the gunman's girlfriend marylou danieli returned to the us from the philippines last night and was met in los angeles by fbi agents mr paddock had wire tens of thousands of dollars to the philippines in recent weeks president trump's visits las vegas today will evolve expression of sympathy for the victims but he's expected to steer clear of the gun control issue mr trump will likely meet with survivors of sunday's massacre and at the same time avoid growing calls to discuss gun control the president hinted as much himself yesterday prior to his visit to stormravaged puerto rico saying quote we'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by back at washington connecticut senator chris murphy wants the conversation now what is unacceptable in the wake of the most deadly mass shooting in the history of the country is for this utter silence this unintentional complicit the from congress to continue despite taking.