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"ed michelle" Discussed on Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil
"If there are competing agendas if one is saying look look we just be roommates and Co parent. His child and the other is secretly still harboring romantic feelings. Still has agenda of reconciling still is in love still has those feelings is just not going to work did Ed Michelle know that mark was still romantically drawn to her where the ground rules clear in this situation because I can tell you she might have thought. Look I feel no attraction to him whatsoever so I don't see any problem with it but that's not how he saw it so look at it from his eyes. He's in love with this woman. He has been from the beginning. He wants her back now. They're living together in an apartment and she comes walking through maybe scantily clad. It's just tempting to him. It's taunting to him and he just doesn't know how to handle that. Add to that all the warning signs that I mentioned earlier about an abusive relationship add to that their rocky history. Moving back in just didn't seem like a wise idea. I understand that hindsight is twenty twenty. It looks clear looking back but Michelle needed needed a roof over her head and that was pulling her back to this living situation it clearly. It hasn't worked out before but on the positive side. It was was the child's biological father and I'm sure they had conversations where it was like sure we can make this work because I think he would be willing to do anything to get her back in now again. Let me do it aside here. I'm learning all of this is I'm looking at this story. What I have is a woman that has disappeared word? And I'm looking at this and say what could happen here. Did she dispensed off again and go down drug highway or has something something more sinister happen and I'm evaluating this and looking at a living situation that had been undertaken that had no chance of working. It's apparent to me that he is still in love with her. She is not in love with him and they get into a situation where it's right in his face us where he wants what he can't have. He shown violence in the past. He showed abrupt mood changes into pass. He's highly controlling rolling and then she disappears and I'm very very concerned. At this point she was at a point in her life with this new job which was a career position. It doesn't seem likely to me that she's relapsed. I'm very concerned. But that's what happened. She did move back in with mark in the summer of two thousand twelve with their son and three months later. She's gone to note. I note. No blood no nothing. Just Michelle's family and an eerily calm mark left to help l.. Police fill in the story. eerily calm mark. Let's go the day she went missing. It's Saturday September Twenty second twenty twelve. Michelle's brother David was unable to get hold of her. This wasn't like the new Michelle immediately. Call Mark to see if he knew where she could be. Do you have any idea where she maybe. You're the last person I know of this. Actually seen her. Yeah I am I am. I don't know what else he went. So this was the story mark I shared with him. He said he had had a big fight with Michelle and that she she had walked out of their share department leaving their son Kayden and her car behind. You know I was already suspicious but let now. This mother has disappeared left her son behind and her car. I wasn't the only unsuspicious at this point. Her family was as well the old she laughed and I haven't seen her since story. Is it new when it comes to suspects in missing persons cases news but was it possible that mark was telling the truth so they could have argued and she could have stormed out so they had in the past in fact that's why they had broken up before the media. Her family suspected that this wasn't an open and shut case that Michelle storming out after a fight and abandoning her son. He was her everything and she would never do that. Not Not according to her family. Marto police the same thing he told the family they had fought and she had left but certain things things about mark story were already raising eyebrows. First of all he seemed cool as a cucumber in light of her going missing now so even if they weren't romantically involved even if they had just had a blow out fight and said horrible things to each other and she had fled the apartment. It wouldn't you think he'd worry about her even if she wasn't an object of his love and affection she is the mother of his child. It was just downright bizarre. How collected he was acting while the rest of her family was beside themselves with worry and again to show you the bubble over my head? I don't believe for a second that she wasn't the object of his love and affection because I believe that when he agreed for her to move back in it was a ploy for him to reconcile. It was a ploy to get her back. In his bed had it was a ploy for him to recapture the relationship he had and had lost. It was a high stakes poker poker game for him to get what he had lost. And then for her to have walked out the ultimate rejection he would be paid aide he would be heartbroken and he certainly would be concerned that the woman he loved so much was missing someone that controlling would have an absolute need to know where she was but all of a sudden that love that affection that need to control just seem to go away was it because he changed or was it because he already knew her she was. Let me tell you about. What's on Dr Phil Today? I I really hope you watch because this is dealing with an obsessive compulsive disorder and I think all of us have a little bit of. OCD in US and live live. Says she spins eleven to thirteen hours a day jogging but jogging around a coffee table in her living room because she has to do a hundred thousand steps a day on her fit bit. We've got some very interesting video of this woman's ritualistic behavior and and obsessive thinking she's GonNa tell us about so I think you're gonNA find it very interesting and then we meet a musical artist Ali. London who has spent the last six years of his life transforming himself inside and out to look like a k pop idol One of these Korean Korean pop idols. Name Jimmy Dean and he spent like a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and had fifteen procedures trying to look like somebody the else and I'm very concerned about this young man who's actually fairly talented but it's just destroying himself and I can't believe heaps finding surgeons to operate on him. That's what's Thursday. Take a look. Do you know that your skin is constantly renewing itself today in every day your skin will shed almost most a million sales every day. My wife Robin always finding new ways to help your skin. 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"ed michelle" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"ed michelle" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"He lied zone family. Does. He lied was 'financiers. Do we does he lie to his finance who are members of his family? Attorney says they won't respond to lies and smears ABC news confirms that India's testimony tomorrow Cohen is expected to provide documentation of the reimbursement for the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment made to adult film star stormy Daniels. And of course, has pleaded guilty to a whole host of crimes. But one of them is breaking campaign finance laws by paying those hush money payments to these women who allege they had affairs with the president a claims that the president, of course, disputes ABC news capitol correspondent Mary Bruce. The democratic controlled house is voted to block the president's emergency declaration for border wall. Funding goes to the Senate where three Republicans say, they'll back Democrats. The search is still on for the black boxes from a cargo plane that crashed over the weekend off the coast of Texas. The the mud could take and play a part with the interference of not only the signal, but the acquisition of the signal FBI special agent charge. Ed, Michelle says human remains have been located which could belong to a missing third victim on board officials in Nassau County. New York confirmed ABC news at least three people are dead after a commuter train collided with a truck officials in South Carolina. A suspects been shot dead after fire on police for more than thirty minutes while running from hiding spot to hiding spot. The Berkeley county sheriff's office says it started with a traffic stop and turned into a standoff..
"ed michelle" Discussed on KGO 810
"K G O eight ten. And welcome back to coast to coast, Bryan Caplan with us. Our final segment here. We'll take your calls as we talk about the case against education. What would you say is the best country for education, Brian China? See, Switzerland, Switzerland is the country that still believes most of occasional education. They have one of the most skilled workforce in the world. But only ten percents of adults roughly actually have degrees from four year colleges. They just figured out a great way of skipping all of the waste of time and getting people ready for life. Back to the calls, Greg and dill ROY California's with us. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. Good evening. Probably one of the best stories you'll ever hear when it comes to displaying. How just how far off the rails? This thing has gotten with meeting a degree. All right. Love to hear it. I wish Ed Michelle from Florida and stuff educated pretty much since the text, very, I I've actually got into computers, a friend of mine mentored, me and. Did I? Something business for five years or six years. I guess then he hired me as a third man hired for a company who just gotten a contracts to provide all the PC's for the postal service and social security mistakes, huge three thousand systems with huge penalties. If they were a day. I invented the process of automating the hard died for matting and embedded processor to install the proper software for the parts weren't installed in each system. If it edited Brad dad's tape support software modem chip or the cetera. Okay. They decide to move the integration center from the west coast to the east coast. Fortunately, where we just starting up the motherboard chatrooms looking like populated team to pretty. Computer systems. Took our entire team over right? They put me in charge of. Pre test. I I was supposed to catch the parts to make sure that they were going to the computers with the people were under me. All right. Then you had people were degrees that we're supposed to be ranked line. Do much into it. Company closed. Another friend of mine who came over with this came into office. He's mad as hell we have shipped one system that might they hadn't allowed me to do. What I normally did I wish head technician for the company. January those contracts, but I didn't have a degree. So finally, yeah, you know, we don't this meeting. And he says I want to see systems going out the doors it finally, we waited for this. What you get to work heading out the door. Hang hang on. No, no. You don't have a degree. I can't let you go. Tell. With the degree what they do. Oh. I ended up going out of business because of that silliness because of that show is unbelievable. There's a case right there. Bryan. Yeah. Now that that may actually be the fall of the government because often they will have rules about what degrees. People have to have in order to what jobs and how much you can deal for depending upon the degrees. So that's definitely is part of the problem, especially when you're dealing with any kind of license occupation mccown tractors that isn't the the entirety. The problem by any means because there's plenty of employers outside of these areas who also go and focus on these agrees. And so, you know, would say again, the there's multiple levels to it. So, you know, the government is indeed making things worse. But that's not the only thing going on. Would you say that law school is like everything else that it's more practical to get experience on the street then? My wife's lawyer, I know a lot of lawyers and like your first year law school, you learn the law twelve century England, right? You know, I it's centuries out of date, but they've been doing it that way for for time immemorial, and they're gonna keep doing it that way and again like envoy, even when you get into later classes are often teaching you the law that's decades out of date. And then finally you actually get a job. And that's when they go and show you what's really going on. So. Yeah, score course, that's one where government licensing. So even if you could figure out a way just to learn what you needed to learn on your own. It's not gonna get not going to allow you to work legally. Let's go to Mike in Clearwater, Florida. Welcome to the program. Michael go ahead. Good morning, George. I was just wondering earlier the guests said that, you know, folks, if you're going to finish the education is a good deal. But there's some folks that frankly dropped out. Bill Gates comes to mind. Steve Jobs comes to mind that went on to do some pretty astronomical thing manage to make themselves billionaires in the process. So I was just wondering are they the exception to the rule or are they in anomaly, or do they have some kind of trade that the vast majority of us don't have that allowed them to revolutionize the the industries that they were in or I was just wondering what the gentleman has to say about that. Okay. Go ahead Bri. Yeah. Bill Gates is absolutely. The exception to the rule. He is not atypical dropout. If you're a parent of your kid drops out of college. You could say, hey, maybe the next Bill Gates. But that's extremely unlikely. Now, according to me, the real question is the Bill Gates get anything out of college would have been better if he hadn't even dropped out, but hadn't gone at all, and that seems pretty likely to so for people who are very entrepreneurial. Then like, and then, you know, they they are they're self taught me, then I'd say free of further rare people like that probably just going straight into the business world makes a lot of sense means. The only the only thing there is probably on top of everything else to Bill Gates said he also got really lucky I think we can pretty easily imagine someone like Bill Gates who hadn't been all that successful. So I mean, you have to combine all that talent and knowledge with being in the right place at the right time. So you know, like, what does matter in real life? It's just a fact looking in Mark zuckerberg's case, why going to college he was able to basically get the idea to maximize Facebook. Yeah. Of course, there's the question. Well, if you hadn't gone to college wouldn't have also been doing this kind of thing. So maybe he would have done it sooner. Of course, only like giving it all worked out for them. It's the kind of thing where you would say, I wouldn't advise you to change anything. Maybe maybe every single little detail was important for, you know, just like any time you tell a story of success. Like, oh, I wouldn't change a thing. Because who knows whether whether anyone item was was absolutely crucial for the rest of the year. Not the general point of when your kid drops out of college doesn't make sense to be happy and expect great things and the answer is, of course, not now normally when your kid drops out of college nothing. Great happens next up. Let's go to Josh in Quincy, Illinois. Hey, josh. Go ahead, sir. I appreciate I appreciate it. Thank you. Sure. I was just wondering what your guest opinion on trade schools are because if you take a kid from the inner cities, go schools aren't the fast, they're not be for college. So they go get these loans next thing, you know, two years later, they drop out because they're unprepared. And now they're saddled with thirty thousand dollars in debt when a five thousand dollar trade school. It'll teach them a skill that they can support themselves and get a job to trade schools. Is that like vocational schools, Brian? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So you know, trade schools greatly. Underrated. You know, very underrated by society when we have this college raw metality, and thank do, we speak pushing every kid towards college, which makes so little sense. But like even selfishly speaking, there's a lot of people who would never consider it just out of pure pride. And even though they've never really done, well, academically, they and their parents just can't imagine that their kid would go and be a plumber when they got a lot of people that would be that would be great option. I just say the main. The thing about it is that we really should learn a lesson from countries like, Germany, and Switzerland. And think about starting kids at a much younger age, we right now, we kind of think of it as something while you do your full regular high school, and then you're eighteen and then you might consider trade school, or maybe you'd go to college and drop out and then do trade school. Yeah. Seeing a much better to start when you're twelve or thirteen or fourteen which doesn't mean that you tell a twelve year old, you're a plumber, this is your life. But at least when you like like if you especially if you just don't like academics. And a lot of kids doubt to say, hey, we're gonna go and expose you to ten or twenty different plausible career options. And let's see whether anything looks good to you. Next up we go to Scott in San Luis Obispo. Let's get you in here Scottie. Go ahead. Look your till O'Brien. I always I was I had a privilege you're going to Oxford University. And that's not why with calling you know, I was calling about if you went to school twenty years ago, and he went to school today. There's a complete difference between textbooks and ipads you. For example, writing a research paper today would be on a laptop and not going to library were twenty years ago. You had to go to the library and you had to pull up a microphone sharia to look at a roller. And you hand wrote the thing you did George, and you know, what I fear is that we're losing skills hands on skills of yesterday and kids are don't understand what a payphone is. They don't understand what a typewriter is. But you know, hands on schools some of these elite schools like where I went to our hands on. But I. I think technology needs to step aside a little bit. Would you trust going to a doctor was gonna operate on you and you find out maybe thirty forty percent of identification was done online? Where do you get his hands on schools to operate on? You know, just give me an example because I think it's important that we need to teach kids you'll ways other than advancing and multitasking in how many people, Brian, for example, young kids can't do basic basic subtraction. And addition without a calculator. Yeah. Never mind kids. Like, there's plenty of adults who can't do it. I mean, plenty of people have trouble doing it with a calculator. So like people liking basis skills a serious problem. And again, like if you don't have basic skills, and you don't really know what to do with the computer in order to get to the answer. So you need to have a foundation for yourself in order to be able to use that stuff on the other hand. I I would say that. I mean, I don't see what's so great about physically going to a library versus downloading the articles or the books on an ipad. It seems like two different ways of reading the same thing. I mean difference of reading it versus doing. And that's that is of course, a big difference. But again, the main thing that happens regular classrooms. It isn't doing stuff. It's just listening or give you a lecture. So I was thinking there are, of course, a lot of ways that the internet you'll heading late like has transformed the world of work for the for the better. And there's also a lot of ways in which you could. But the law wouldn't allow it. So like right now, it is normally illegal for a doctor to diagnose you over the internet. Even though you have a camera way like you could go and do it in front of your Skype camera and the doctor could see you just as. Well, as you as he could in the office and especially for rural area. This is a serious problem. If there's no doctor with a hundred miles of you bought sows, generally state regulation will say that a doctor's only allowed to diagnose for physically in his office. So yeah, there's a lot of this technology actually does open doors now changing to you. You're getting a lot of digital doctors stays to. Yeah. Although, you know, there's always regulatory issues that you like do you ever just try to go and tell the doctor like here's what's going on. Here is a picture of my problem. What can you do better slept in? They don't like that. Yeah. Yeah. You know, we go. It's not just that. They don't like it. But if they they can get in trouble for doing that. Basically, you get into trouble forgiving, the patient what he wants. And for basically giving you like making making him feel better conveniently rather than making it a pain in the neck. East of the Rockies Johns with us in state, college, Pennsylvania. Hey, John, go ahead. Oh, good morning gentlemen there and quick comment before I get to my point about a half hour ago. You mentioned the students don't some studies don't show them so much actual learning coin on reminded me of a tagline on someone's newsgroup posts many many years ago. I think it was a professor being asked might have been up at MIT. I think. It was kind of admired for the intelligence.
"ed michelle" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Grzanich in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Live from the AllState, Scott one. The Steve Cochran show or seven twenty WGN. These out today. I learned not to say I'm in for Steve Cochran 'cause we're all here. He stepped up stepped up right stepped up. Steve had a pre scheduled day off. He's not on the side of the road with a with an orange checkmark on his car dot says, we'll come back for you. That is thought though. No, I want to let the listeners know because he doesn't show up. There's concern because it's dangerous temperatures. But this was a scheduled day off. We don't want them thinking that he's a wimp. And he was saying what he was doing. So we can say, yeah, we can he's leaving his daughter. Well, she bought a new house. Do you think Steve is actually helping with this? I'm not sure provided. I I wonder. He was searching for back, braces and knee braces. And you know, the the belts that wear jeans. Yesterday. He was wearing these issues that I liked that. I've not seen before they were tie up type of a more sturdy shoe, and he told me those are called boots shoes. Oh, they're basically a boot. Just look no ankle part for the weather. So I think those are his moving shoes get him. Yeah. Very is today will be packing packing. Yeah. I'm I don't know Amy's pretty organized. I bet she's probably already, but I can't I can't understand how anyone would be actually lifting stuff and moving stuff off a truck negative twenty-five to cure, the movers are working. Yeah. I think Steve is probably the guy who runs out to law greens are Home Depot. The core. Yeah. We need an hour. Those power surge protector things. Doing today. Three one nine eight one seventy two hundred amazing photos that are being sent in right now. Featuring the weather. We're getting a lot of dashboards, and and you know, different places from the Chicago land area negative thirty one negative twenty-seven. Some from Iowa was a negative thirty six from Kirkland Kirkland, Iowa Kirkland, or is that Eleanor. Kirkland's Gonzalez of that brand. Somebody else also pointed out that their clutch was it was so called that their clutch. It was difficult to do their clutch. And I feel that a bad because as I was driving to pick up Pete is going down divine in some somebody pulled out of their parked on the side of the road. And they pulled out driving Billy slow, and like let's get with us here pick up the pace. But it didn't occur to me that maybe that's Marley. Yeah. Like slow to warm up right now. Her carseat that person. Yeah. There you go. They make an immense. I like that the cold weather has brought you more. You're just you just seemed to be more in touch with the community today. Maryam Heather Sharon's online. We're gonna talk a little bit about city hall politics. She is the managing editor over at daily lie. Find it at the daily line dot net. They cover everything from Chicago to Cook County to Springfield Heather, thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. Justin. You're staying warm this morning, but I would assume that. There's a lot to cover at city hall. Let's first talk about the fallout from The Danny Sali's investigation and scandal he stepped down zoning chair. But I just have to assume that there are a lot of people at city council city hall right now, they're kind of shaking in their boots. Because there were what thousands and thousands of calls that were recorded. That's right. So as best we understand it, and I'm relying on fabulous recording, the sometimes on that has details that the rest of us could only hope to get. But apparently he was wearing a wire for close to two years. So one of the big questions is what else did he record and will be additional politicians charged as as that investigation stand. It's important to note that he wore a wire and capture conversations with alderman Edberg who's been charged with attempted extortion. He maintains his innocence. But those. Charges against Edberg to not stem from The Danny Sali's wire now. So we can't really know what's next and I had somebody describe this. We can see the tickets iceberg right now. But we can't see what else is underneath. And there's the possibility that this is know. You know, sort of a one for the ages Chicago political scandal bet that we don't really even understand the full scope of at this point. And Heather it is ill-timed for a election. Ron, of course, as we get closer all the candidates are ramping up from not just mayor but for all dramatic races. But for the mayor, the the candidates are flinging dirt at each other about how connected they are Susanna Mendoza, Toni preckwinkle and Bill Daley. They are the front runners, the they they all seem to point to each other as examples of the the corrupt city hall culture. That's right. So both of you know, all three of them had deep ties to Chicago politics. They've all been around for decades. And you haven't you know, somebody who's been around in Chicago politics for decades. That means that you worked with Danny soleus worked with Egbert. And so I think you're right. It's turned into a contest between really three of them to say. Oh, wait. But he was closer. She was closer. And. Paul Dallas who is running sort of an outsider campaign, even though he was ahead of, you know, the head of CPS, then former mayor Daley budget director, he sort of running this while I've got you know, to sweet city hall out. I'm so he's trying to run that outsider lane. Really? It's it's it's incredibly wide open. And I have absolutely no idea. What's going to happen in about twenty seven days? There. You said that you know, what we know is only the tip of the iceberg. Do you have an estimated time frame of when things will be revealed. So that's the great thing about federal law enforcement. Authorities is that they don't tell us what they're doing. And they don't tell us when they're going to do it. And we all are left, you know, scrambling after them and playing catch-up, you know, typically. Federal law enforcement. Authorities tend to not announce charges close to elections. We all sort of got a crash course in that with the James Comey, Hillary Clinton provincial campaign back in two thousand sixteen. So the prevailing thought is that there aren't going to be official announcements between now and the election day. But that's not to say that, you know, reporters aren't out there. Scrambling to learn as much as we can about this scandal because you know, early voting is coast today because it's ridiculous cold. But it starts up again tomorrow. And you know, people are going to the polls people are, you know, filling out those mail in ballots. So it it's a big question. That's sort of what information people will have as they start to make those important choice. It's funny when we had Gary mccarthian the other day yesterday yesterday. Sorry felt like trust long week. He he when that came up. I think the. We are talking about it. And he was so comfortable in. He goes, I only know him socially. He said he checked it the phone number and his phone. He goes, well, that's the phone number. That was definitely tapped. But I don't the other candidates probably have more official business know, I wonder how this is going to play out when we because we're not talking about it yet. And I think there are some really interesting races. When it comes to all dramatic races. Not just what's happening with the mayor. I wonder how this kind of scandal and this federal investigation plays out with some races at the automatic level. Well, it doesn't make it any easier for incumbents to win another term in the forty third word, which includes part I was talking to Michelle Smith who's running for a third time. And I asked her crushed rating that you have to answer four other people's misdeeds are alleged misdeeds at that. And she said, yeah, I mean, we aldermen are constantly sort of, you know, mocked with the oh my gosh. They're all corrupt, you know, sort of joking about Chicago politics. But that makes it harder to win a new term, especially when like her, she's the, you know, several challengers several of whom have a lot of money, and it's really sort of in the fight of her political life. And you know, we're already in the very, you know, anti-incumbent moment of as a country, and this just makes that really difficult because instead of talking about, hey, here's what I'm trying to do to redevelop this problem area, or here's what I'm trying to do in terms of services. Right. Got to talk about at Burke. And you've got to talk about Jimmy so easy. He's got to answer questions about like, well, did you ever birthday or her prerogative is now an issue where people you know, because that was a big part of the silly stuff. A huge part. Oh, really? I it's really a huge change changes coming to the city council whether or not people like Ed Michelle Smith and Edberg who we should say is running for reelection at this very moment despite being charged with attempted endorse attempted extortion. So even even if he is reelected city council a full century of experience. Just in terms of the number of veteran alderman who are retiring. So regardless of who wins and who loses twenty six we're going to see a council that is much younger and potentially much more progressive and much more willing to sort of buck sort of the well, the mayor says he supports it. So I'm going to go along to get along sort of that's been the hallmark of Chicago pop politics for us. So it's really thrilling time to be a reporter covering it. But you know, I wish I had that crystal ball to figure out what's going to happen. Well, we're thrilled to have you Heather Sharon, managing editor at the daily line. You can find it all their work at the daily line dot net. We'll talk with Heather again here on the Steve Cochran show before the election is out Heather, thanks. Anytime justin. That's some dive. I have made it clear, and I continue like you can hear the enthusiasm in Heather's voice is the thrilling election. I just love there is not a front runner. And because of that there just seems to be an opportunity to to really change. The course of of of the way that the city of Chicago has has has worked in the last hundred years is there any responsibility on this wiretap information if there's things that should keep person from being elected on the great books. And is there any like if you combine wins? And then you find out in March that they were they were extorting as well. And they get indicted arrested. It's just bad timing. And and you also also the story that she would I laugh, but it's not funny alderman Burke was arrested for attempted extortion. He's innocent until proven guilty. He's running for reelection. And chances are going to win that seat. So that goes to show you a little bit about Chicago and Chicago politics, let's find out what's coming up in the seven thirty news St..
"ed michelle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Return to duty at most park entrance stations. Funding is coming from previously collected entrance fees. Critics say that money should remain set aside for maintenance, which the part was already behind on prior to the shutdown for N P. News. I'm Eric Whitney in Missoula in northern California. Dozens of businesses are reopening after November's deadly campfire, but Sonia Hudson of member station K Q E D report. Some are having trouble staying open people have been moving back into the towns of paradise and Michaela which were largely leveled by the fire. They're living in trailers and surviving homes. But so far it seems like there aren't enough people to support businesses. Lock Kaba home reopened his paradise tie restaurant on Friday. He's gotten around twenty customers a day far below the hundred and twenty he usually gets we got nowhere to go. So we decided to stay here for a while. Let's see how everybody react to it. The paradise ridge chamber of commerce is trying to help these businesses. Stay afloat. They're maintaining a list of those that have reopened and wear as many have relocated following the fire for NPR news. I'm sorry. Hudson in paradise. This is NPR from news. I'm Tiffany can high PG might notify its employees as soon as Monday that it could file for bankruptcy. Bloomberg reports a state law requires PG need to notify its workers at least fifteen days before a company change of control happens. That includes filing for bankruptcy. The San Francisco utility could change course, though, as the notice does not make the filing certain PG is facing up to thirty billion dollars in damages due to wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen state officials have found that the utilities power equipment sparked several of two thousand seventeen north bay fires and it's under investigation for causing the campfire the state's most destructive wildfire on record PG declined to comment. The diagnosis of Santa Rosa has released a list of thirty nine clergy accused of sexual misconduct between the nineteen sixty. In two twenty ten K Q ED's, Michelle Wiley reports the list includes priests who are accused of all working within the diocese in clergy, affiliated with Santa Rosa, but accused elsewhere in a statement, Bishop Robert Vazza said his primary goal in releasing the names is to give victims the assurance that they've been heard but vase it goes onto explain he left out six members of the clergy with allegations against them that have either not been substantiated or cannot be released without a court order. Dan, mcniven is with the survivors network of those abused by priests. I don't know that will ever get the full story out of this diocese unless there is a statewide investigation by attorney general, there's just no way that they're going to give us all the information. That is apparently being left out. The state attorney general's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment..
"ed michelle" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"But airy let's get to the game was on a Sunday and Saturday night, and we're just kind of asking around see who has tickets trying to figure out how we're going to get into the damn game. And a guy goes, I got these two, you know. All right, cool. It wasn't an outrageous price. That's why we bid on it. I think you had he said more. Maybe we would have like I mean, it was nineteen Eighty-four. There was no scanning barcodes or or nothing. You know, you said to take someone for their word, but we were on our toes knowing that. Hey, this this could be faked being tickets. So we go and and she actually bought him. And so I thought we were set. Now the next day. I got ready and all be downstairs at the bar waiting. And then, you know, the girls take longer she was going to come down. And so I'm at the bar. And this guy is one spot there in this, dude. Older guy was just like, hey, you know, are you from? Yeah. From Orange County fluid for the game. All cool. Cool cool, but he's having a few. Okay. And he is starting to become a name dropper. You know what? I mean. He's just doing all these big names. And I don't even know named driver was a term, you know. But I was like, well, you sure know, a lot of people I think is what I told them. And yes, he he said, yeah. Yeah. And he didn't show me a cellphone this one thousand nine hundred four he showed me his nine even like a black book or kind of like, what do you call it, Harry? You'd wanna photo. No, no, no, no, no address book. Yeah. Yeah. But a bigger one, you know, like a bigger address book planner. Yeah. Exactly. And he was showing me, you know Ditka. And and Simpson or whoever, you know, all the big names that he was throwing out there. And I was like, oh, okay. You know because for a while there used to Renault a lot of people. But I think I gave them a vibe like you sound like a bullshitter. But no, no, no. And then he was drinking again, another round and one for my friends. So now, I'm like, all right? He's buying good. You know, that will save me some dough. And he does look like he out all kinds of dough. Because he had rings and everything and do all this. I think he thinks we were hitting it off hitting it off. Right. But we are like I don't even know if the fist-bump was in then so we were high five inch jokes. Whatever he here's here's what made him kinda interesting. Do you remember in the late night in the late eighties and nineties when a team would win those little cartoon t-shirts every team would like the Lakers had there's and right? So he actually said he was in that business of peril. Right. Okay. And he goes in, and I didn't believe in many actually showed me the prototype of what the Niners one was gonna look like and the Cowboys one was going to look like or whatever. So he was showing me a lot of stuff. That's I knew he had a a big place in in the NFL. You know, whatever he was doing. And he told me that he had a sweet. So when I heard that was like boy assure we'd be nicest give a Saab story and CV says come on up to the sleep. You know, what I mean that was my angle and so as we're doing shit, we gotta get the Derek Lewis. So anyway, fast forward, we're drinking and. I'm kind of saying you got these dumb shit. He sees while awas. And then all of a sudden, he whatever was he said to me, and I'm rushing to the story. I'm not gonna be able to remember. But he said like what are you doing after the game means over and put his hand on my thought? Jumbo Josh same thing. And I just went oh, man. I froze part of me wanted to just punch him. Right. Just because I froze, and I didn't know like, you know, like sometimes of a personal lean your see Ray Lewis. He's always doing it on on. I was like what is going on? And just Ed Michelle ex-girlfriends, save me. She goes he's going to be with me. She had just walked up. She goes he's gonna be with me..
"ed michelle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Can we afford thirty two institutions of higher? Ed, Michelle Luhan, Grisham you go. I I think it's clear that New Mexico's got to embrace that we have to undertake higher education reforms, but I want to point out that we are already engaged in an effective effort today. We have a. Consistent curriculum across our institutions of higher education. So universities and community colleges who are addressing a workforce shortage. So we have the same curriculum. So that we are training and graduating, nurses, including a four year degree at a community college. It's actually a program now that's receiving national attention. If we align our schools are clear about doing that. So students have direct access to a meaningful job in creating a workforce. I think there are ways to reduce the cost and manage our institutions to hold them accountable and to make sure that they meet the outcomes that they're intended. But in the Martinez administration, we have walked away from creating the kinds of standards and accountability that assure that every single tax dollar that's being invested in our public institutions of higher education are providing the quality education that our students deserve Steve Pearson at fifteen for your response. The the idea of education into Mexico is one that that is just. Not been taken care of by either party or fiftieth in education right now. Now one thing that we must do is make sure that the education system works for one hundred percent of the people no one slipping through the cracks right now about three out of four slip through the cracks. They're the ones who are not even gonna go to higher education. They're the ones who will not go to college and graduate. And so we must if it's that large a piece an larger part of our graduating seniors from high school, then we must do something. And so I'm suggesting the apprenticeship programs will be every school district. We must give a pathway to succeed for every student in our school systems. And we just. We've got to have the jobs to provide for them. So this hub proposal this trees? Go international trade hub is one that has tremendous potential the recent agreement between Mexico, Canada, and the US offers us tremendous potential in order to be the new trading partner for both countries I will establish that. So that we have jobs for every kid that graduates out of an apprenticeship program. Michelle Luhan Grisham rebuttal while aligning our higher education, and that curriculum with training programs and apprenticeship of high schools, I agree can be very beneficial. My opponent has voted against every single one of those efforts in every single way to make college affordable for students, including Pell grants and loan forgiveness. And without having that robust investment. We're not going to meet the needs of our students. Does she's she's been radio programming from Thursday. WCBS from Washington. Mr. Pierce rebuttal? Just saying incorrect things about my record. Now, she is doing she's relying on votes for for appropriation bills. Sometimes those are up to two thousand pages thick and just because he wrote for against one of those doesn't mean you're against everything in it. We will find higher education. We'll fund our regular schools, but we are going to improve education, and we're going to give a destination for seventy five percent of the kids who are not going to go to college. They're going to have apprenticeship training and a skill set to get a job next question comes from Shelly. Roberto, Shelly, do you support or propose increasing the minimum wage, and would you support a uniform minimum sick leave policy for new Mexicans is this an area where you'd consider using your veto power? Mr. Pierce, you go as a business owner. I look at the minimum wage, and I'm far different category than my Ponant. I've been there when we are trying to just make payroll, and I've seen companies that are trying to do the same thing. We all agree that we want to raise the wages for the people who are at the bottom end of the economic spectrum. But raising the minimum wage is not the way to do that you can't dictate that someone has more money in the Bank as a company in order to pay that minimum wage. In fact, if you look at Seattle, they had a dramatic increase in the minimum wage and the university of Washington has done a significant study on that and said that exactly what most people say in business that the number of hours worked by the lowest income reduced dramatically. But also, then the numbers of jobs began to dissipate people began to leave the area that couldn't support that kind of an increase in the wages. So when we say that we're going to have a government mandate to raise the minimum wage. I'm saying you're simply going to kill jobs. You're gonna kill opportunities. Let's increase the number of jobs, the number of potential jobs for the people in the workforce. Let them then get a job that higher pay and they moved back and forth across town in order to get that higher. That's the way to increase the pay to the people who are struggling to get by on this little Grisham, your reply. I absolutely support raising the minimum wage and in our economic plans jump starting to Mexico. I unequivocally identify that we're going to raise the minimum wage to ten dollars. And then we're going to gradually get it to twelve dollars and make sure it's tied to consumer index. So that it's always keeping pace with inflation. Look are educators have second and third jobs. We know that New Mexico is persistent problems with poverty. My opponent was one of the very few Republican legislators who voted against a minimum wage increase from four dollars and twenty five cents in New Mexico. If he had his way we would continue to push no, Mexico families right to the bottom. I met with two women who were working fulltime and can't afford to jobs who can't afford their child care. Both of them have their families who are cooking and providing meals because without that they would be food. Insecure we've got to pay a living wage so that new Mexicans can honestly and earnestly with integrity engage in the workforce. And as governor I would want to create an environment where we are all talking about how we provide sickly protections to our employees a debate yesterday in Albuquerque to members of congress are running democrat, Michelle Luhan Grisham Republican Steve Pearce rebuttal again. I think the answer my opponent shows just how little she really understands business. You just can't mandate a minimum wage increase and people automatically have the money to pay for it. What we're already seeing nationwide is a conversion away from lower paid workers into automation two kiosks. So that's what my opponent would put into place. I don't see that the way forward to help people who are struggling to get by find more jobs for them to where they get better training and move across the job that pays more. That's the pathway forward time. Ms Luhan, Grisham rebuttal my multi millionaire opponent is completely out of touch with everyday new Mexicans who right now cannot afford their rant housing food gas or childcare costs if you want to create a robust economy people have to have sufficient revenues to stay stable in their environments and spend money, we should raise the minimum wage can Wall Street Journal. You have our next question. Thank you. What if anything can we do to improve access to healthcare in New Mexico and lower costs given current federal law and reimbursement structures? You go. I well, I we have two issues. One Republicans in congress have continued to erode protections under the Affordable Care Act, including payments to carriers and insurance companies intended to lower costs for patients and consumers lower premiums lower out of pocket costs, and they refused to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable, which has driven cost way up states have incredible opportunity to lower costs for all of their constituents. I I would leverage Medicaid. I would use that Medicaid to reinvest and behavioral health system. I would increase reimbursement rates. I would make sure that those dollars are available to our rural hospitals to keep them open. And in fact, Medicaid can be used to recruit and Matt's doctors with residency programs so that we can recruit a healthcare workforce in every single corner of the state, not only does that bring billions of dollars to New Mexico. But it sure is that we're engaged in a design that meets the needs of all. Mexicans including if we can't reduce premiums. By those investments, I propose a Medicaid buy in program, which is now being introduced in congress is a viable plan to create healthcare access to all the Mexicans Mr. Pierce response. Access to healthcare and affordable healthcare is just an essential part for this nation is a central part for New Mexico. Now, the ObamaCare the Affordable Care Act was passed in order to do that. And it worked just the opposite. In the meantime, the the administration the Obama administration killed all of the plans that you were told that you were going to be able to keep the costs were skyrocketing. The deductibles had skyrocketed now, if you listen carefully to what my opponent says that I voted against reimbursing the insurance carriers they made eight billion dollars and what we're gonna do the proposal. She was supporting was another eight billion on top of that just kind of a free gift to the. Insurance companies. I oppose that I do not think crony capitalism works here. I don't think it works there. But my opponent when she gets this delta delta contract, then she she kind of loses her grip grip on exactly what's fair. And right. And so understand this is the problem with corruption. It doesn't see the corruption anywhere. And so I would I yes, I opposed giving the insurance companies another eight billion dollars would do everything to provide healthcare for people in this state. The big deal New Mexico has hostile the doctors until we cure that time not going to solve it. Grisham rebuttal. I've spent my entire career fighting so that new Mexicans can have access to healthcare. My opponent has spent his entire career working to take it away. He's voted more than fifty times to take away healthcare protections for more than three hundred thousand children and New Mexico families when he's lodging these false attacks and innuendos that have no bearing on protecting healthcare access. What he's saying is he's taken the side of insurance companies over cost to consumers and access and the side of. Companies. Opponent has told you tonight that she was secretary of health. And yet why do we not have access to affordable healthcare? She was in charge. This is the problem again with corruption have reads incompetence incompetence, then breaks the spirit of the of the bureaucracies. That's what's the problem and the Mexico until we break the corruption. We're not going to do anything in healthcare or education or any other sector of our economy. We must stop the corruption. We cannot go back to the Richardson days. That's where my opponent would take us. Now really give each candidate a chance to ask their own questions to their opponent. You'll have thirty seconds to ask it one minute and fifteen seconds to respond and you'll get thirty seconds for rebuttal opportunity. Michelle Luhan Grisham you ask the first question. Congressman I've worked as a patient advocate for more than thirty years. And as part of that work, my company ran the high risk pool. The high risk pool is a nonprofit private organization that does not have a state contract given in this debate. And during the campaign, you've been obsessed with a high risk full and delta it would assume we would assume that you would have some level of expertise. What is the New Mexico high risk pool who does it serve and how was it financed high risk pool service people who are high risk, that's obvious. But what you're not asking. Michelle is that that the Affordable Care Act was created in order to take the high risk pool away from the states, thirty four states dropped it. And yet you all got the contract an insider contract. No other bids, and you're able to Jack the price up from three hundred to six hundred thousand and you do not manage that. Blue Cross Blue shield initially was the one providing the healthcare announced BMI. Oh, you do is watch over the shoulder and see that the twenty four hundred people get a check Mark. Yes, they have it or no they don't. And in the paper today. I saw that. No one else would bid on the seven hundred ninety thousand dollar contract. If you're out there and want to bid on that contract..
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"A number of years you've come up through the ranks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure in fact celebrate the tenth anniversary of eddin michelle powe their french him down in eugene oriented in a shell had worked in adult health care kind of convalence work and her husband add who by the way still keeps his job egged's for jogged called down in springfield they bought a franchise in september of two thousand seven and they need a couple of small accounts when they first got start at but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials attract town yes abc ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fantastic job that they did the university oregon took note s and said how would you like to take care of our suites up shots and stadium just a sweet sweet may be some concourse work if i recall as of today they now service auto needy the whole stadium the bowl the sweets the courses in game services they servers unite arena p k power both for the oregon ducts and eugene emeralds they also serve as the new jane sanders softball stadium the take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event itself he also had their staff clean the championship ballgame between the eu gene emerald hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing ceremonies gone on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at pk part but that's not opt they had a kiss concert at the math unite arena that they had a service that they knew nothing about lima's business when they got an and other lean a terrific visits so that's just one of many story so we i've been.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"A number of years you've come up through the ranks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure in fact celebrated the ten th anniversary of ed michelle powe their franchise owners downing eugene oriented an a shell had worked in adult health care kind of convalence this work and her husband add who by the way still keeps his job at kingsford charcoal down in springfield they bought a franchise in september of two thousand in seven and they had a couple of small accounts when they first got start at but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials attract town usa ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fan as to job that they did the universe you oregon took notice and said how would you like to take care of our suites up an oddsson stadium just the sweets only maybe some concourse work if i recall as of today they now service awesome stadium the whole stadium the bowl the sweets the concourses in game services they service math unite arena p k par both for the oregon ducts and eugene emeralds they also serve as the new jane sanders softball stadium they take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event that in itself they also had their staff clean the championship baseball game between the you gene emeralds in at hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing ceremonies gone on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at bk part but that's not all the attic kiss concert at the math unite arena that they had a service that they knew nothing about the cleaning business when they got an and now running a terrific business so that's just one of many stories so we have what we've been speaking with jeff.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"For a number of years you've come up through the ranks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure in fact celebrated the tenth anniversary of eddin michelle powe their franchise owners downing eugene oriented in a shell had worked in adult health care kind of convalence this work and her husband add who by the way still keeps his job at kingsford charcoal down in springfield they bought a franchise in september of two thousand in seven and they had a couple of small accounts when they first scott start at but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials attract town usa ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fantastic job that they did the university oregon took notice and said how would you like to take care of our suites up at odds stadium just the sweets only maybe some concourse work if i recall as of today they now service austin stadium the whole stadium the ball sweets the concourses in game services they service math unite arena p k par both for the oregon ducts and eugene emeralds they also serves the new jane sander softball stadium the take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event that in itself they also had their staff clean the championship baseball game between the eu gene emeralds in at hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing ceremonies gone on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at pk part but that's not off they had a kiss concert at the match unite arena that they had a service that they knew nothing about clean business when they got an and now running a terrific business so that's just one of many stories that we have what we've been speaking with jeff.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"For a number of years you've come up through the ranks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure in fact celebrate the tenth anniversary of ed michelle powe their franchise owners downing eugene oregon and in a shell had worked in adult health care kind of convalence this work and her husband add who by the way still keeps his job at kingsford charcoal down in springfield baid bought a franchise in september of two thousand in seven and they had a couple of small accounts when they first got start at but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials attract town usa ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fantastic job that they did the universe your oregon took notice and said how would you like to take care of our suites up at oddsson stadium just as suites only maybe some concourse work if i recall as of today they now service oddsson stadium the whole stadium the bowl the sweets the concourses in game services they service math unite arena p k power both for the oregon ducts and eugene emeralds they also serve as the new jane sanders softball stadium they take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event that in itself they also had their staff clean the championship baseball game between the gene emeralds in at hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing ceremonies gone on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at p pk park but that's not off they had a kiss concert at the math night arena that they had a service that they knew nothing about clean business when they got an and other running a terrific business so that's just one of many stories so we have what an we've been speaking with jeff freeman he is with javale king.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"A number of years you've come up through the rain thanks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure infect celebrated the ten th anniversary of eddin michelle powe their franchise owners down in eugene oregon and shell had worked in adult healthcare kind of convalence work and her husband add who by the way still keeps his job a kingsford charcoal down in springfield they bought a franchise in september of two thousand and in seven and they had a couple of small accounts when they first got started it but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials tracked down usa ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fantastic job that they did the university oregon took notice instead how would you like to take care of our suites up at oddsson stadium just the sweets only maybe some concourse workup i recall as of today they now service oddsson stadium the whole stadium the bowl the sweets the concourses in game services they service math unite arena p k par both for the oregon ducts and eugene emeralds they also serve as the new jane sanders softball stadium they take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event that in itself they also had their staff clean the championship baseball game between the eu gene emeralds in the hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing sir ramon is going on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at p k park but that's not all they had a kiss concert at the math united arena that they had to service that they knew nothing about cleaning business when they got an and other running a terrific business so that's just one of many story so we have what is we've been speaking with jeff freeman he is with javale king the king of cleaning services if you'd like more information about franchising we invite you to call 503 seven seven eight southern southern southern seven or go online to janneh king dot com steve anderson here also proper touch of andrew showed on thursday's four to five pm our shows.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of years if you've come up through the ranks and now have the northwest territory you've seen the success stories share some of those with our listeners sure fact celebrated the tenth anniversary of eddin michelle powe their franchise owners down in eugene oregon in a show had worked in adult healthcare kind of kabul wants to work and her husband ed and by the way still keeps his job at kingsford charcoal down in springfield bought a franchise and september of two thousand in seven and they had a couple of small accounts when they first got started it but then in two thousand eight the us olympic trials tracked down usa ed michelle were fortunate enough to secure that contract did a great job such a fantastic job that they did the universe your oregon took notice and said how would you like to take care of our sweet separate oddsson stadium just the suites on weeks maybe some concourse work if i recall as of today they now service austin stadium the whole stadium the ball sweets the concourses in game services they service math unite arena p k power both for the oregon ducks and eugene emeralds they also service the new jane sanders softball stadium they take care of hayward field in one given day this last summer and they had the two thousand sixteen closing ceremonies for the us olympic trials at hayward field that was a big event that in itself they also had their staff clean the championship baseball game between the gene emeralds in the hillsborough hops that same night so they've got the closing ceremonies going on and hayward they've got a baseball championship game going on at pk park but that's not all they had a kiss concert at the math unite arena that they had a service that they knew nothing about cleaning business from i got an and other running a terrific business so that's just one of many stories that we have we've been speaking with jeff freeman he is with javale king the king of clay leaning.
"ed michelle" Discussed on WTMA
"The obamacare law see here's the thing obama care passed and they knew that it was going to screw the insurance company his so wink wink nod nod back door deals smokefilled room the democrats the obama white house then kind of sneakily decided that they were just funnel taxpayer money to the insurance companies that were guaranteed to lose money when they became a part of the obama care system right the problem is that the president doesn't have the authority to appropriate funds because we have a constitution and we have laws and he's not fidel castro as much as he'd like to be but he he did it anyway obama did well you know screw it tell what the constitution howard congress we'll just find a way to steal money from one pocket and funnel it over to the insurance companies the health insurance companies so that they will be made a whole given the fact that obamacare completely screwed them so ed's michelle gaffer's tape and bailing wire holding together this rude goldberg nightmare of a fake healthcare system inflicted upon us by crooked selfish dishonest politicians see what i'm saying and so the courts have already he ruled that it was illegal that this money must be appropriated by congress because of the constitution that pesky constitution again but obama didn't bother to do that because he preferred to rule by fiat i and the democrats and the ruling class are very very corrupt so the obama administration just went ahead and did it and therefore as we talked about during the obama years when a republican comes in he can just undo it we knew that but they were depending on the fix being in for hillary and she wouldn't undo it because she's a crook too but trump came along and now he's undoing it and now the media which really represents the democratic party in the public eye their apoplectic about it today how dare you you're a hypocrite usaid executive orders were bad we said they're bed when they're unconstitutional not when they're undoing v unconstitutional thing you see how that works they're not very smart those media people her her her her we will discontinue these payments immediately said acting h h s secretary eric hargin and medicare administrator sima verma sima verma is her name trump's decision was expected to rattle already unsteady insurance market places the president has previously threatened to end the payments which help reduce health insurance copays.
"ed michelle" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Deputy as saying we'll whoa people don't wait until we know all the facts which of course they have to say you're the cassini spacecraft was pulled into saturn's gravity and is no longer some five a of this morning it went into the to the gravity of saturn broke apart will never hear from it again but man what a runs yep twenty years we talked a little bit about a yesterday with uh a ride pile in the explain what it was all about it's going to be one of the great great success story he's of us space exploration the final call we have final photos right there and khorasan carlo was there at j p l for example he got to watch the whole thing and a he's going to come on at seven thirty and he's gonna talk about the reaction in the room he yeah and he said literally these guys had tears in their i'll i'm sure that you're asked because this last kiss thing live wei beyond it seemed ended serhiy slice they changed it or i am looking at the photos of one of them want one of the rings which is kind of need and the other one is a photo i am with ostensibly of saturn's and what it is is a section of yellow i'm looking at a page nate by ten and i'm putting it todd's horizontally and you've got this swath of yellow and then the swath of black and this picture looks like it should go in a modern art museum with everybody looking at it going what the hell is that take a look at this photo is that gonna be up the summer we're gonna put an allrun bills page okay eyes you ready for this today's ed michelle get ready to take down that prison calendar with the excesses.
"ed michelle" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"So we really i would look at them is really from the know my cup of anger ed michelle no eight iraqis you gotta me by the same michelle ma that you has had i think right here accommodative like jessica saves now iberia i just say style is real quick so please do she's telling us she talking about a highpowered over guard or service asthma to us getting better so you know she came out with asmus who's like you know flakes i just wanted to get better because you know when i was younger renew my mother used to always rushed me to hospital with my asthma digital half she says taken to children's hospital he knows she said stigma children hospital for asthma city we would you say you said you know that you know it sounds healthier i think he does for children were rushing to the children healthy nice asked per children right away i fight lags of others at this guy that i look at you ceo john howard i where she got some other ones that i care i can do a whole book all right guys he goes with beside laughter which you obviously have no shortage are what are you guys feel everybody's marriage like what is every marriage need to work you guys had 17 years aim of eddie i think immune occasion ion case is like that key i mean what kind of communication that is being able to to had the tough conversations be enable sadyrin cry or be know be upset at each other or you know and just agree to be disagreeably inadequate acquire parents any are now our lab the first ever you watch i shall we we were we were wanna cameras still here early on a friday all year make me really like his grandmother's pass away leery cried on my show weight in our cata air there make america our show is honorability ability on your ability a lot of men still can do that without like do ages have to be so darn ever i'm talking to people on like legacy heller how you feel all right here a rare earth are i personally i think the key is keeping it.