35 Burst results for "Eight Year"

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

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00:50 sec | Last week

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

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3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

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00:45 sec | Last week

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

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00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

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Spieth beats Cantlay with playoff bunker shot to 7 inches

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00:38 sec | Last month

Spieth beats Cantlay with playoff bunker shot to 7 inches

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Peskov: Russia has suffered "significant losses of troops"

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00:43 sec | Last month

Peskov: Russia has suffered "significant losses of troops"

"The the the the Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman says says says says Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a major major major major troop troop troop troop casualties casualties casualties casualties during during during during its its its its six six six six week week week week a a a a military military military military operation operation operation operation in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov told told told told Sky Sky Sky Sky News News News News that that that that yes yes yes yes we we we we have have have have significant significant significant significant losses losses losses losses of of of of troops troops troops troops and and and and it's it's it's it's a a a a huge huge huge huge tragedy tragedy tragedy tragedy for for for for us us us us Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov also also also also hinted hinted hinted hinted the the the the fighting fighting fighting fighting might might might might be be be be over over over over in in in in the the the the foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable future future future future telling telling telling telling the the the the broadcast broadcast broadcast broadcast of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops were were were were doing doing doing doing their their their their best best best best to to to to bring bring bring bring an an an an end end end end to to to to that that that that operation operation operation operation after after after after failing failing failing failing to to to to take take take take Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has shifted shifted shifted shifted its its its its focus focus focus focus to to to to the the the the dorm dorm dorm dorm bus bus bus bus a a a a mostly mostly mostly mostly Russian Russian Russian Russian speaking speaking speaking speaking industrial industrial industrial industrial region region region region in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine where where where where Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow backed backed backed backed rebels rebels rebels rebels have have have have been been been been fighting fighting fighting fighting Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian forces forces forces forces for for for for eight eight eight eight years years years years and and and and control control control control some some some some areas areas areas areas I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

"Bruce Bruce Arians Arians has has decided decided to to retire retire and and is is moving moving into into the the Buccaneers Buccaneers front front office office he's he's being being replaced replaced by by defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Todd Todd Bowles Bowles whose whose previous previous head head coaching coaching job job was was with with the the New New York York Jets Jets Arians Arians will will turn turn seventy seventy this this coming coming season season he he coats coats the the box box to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl title title in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty season season and and was was thirty thirty one one eighteen eighteen in in three three years years with with Tampa Tampa Bay Bay he he called called at at the the right right time time for for him him to to make make the the transition transition to to the the front front office office there there was was no no public public indication indication at at the the NFL's NFL's annual annual meetings meetings in in Florida Florida that that such such a a move move was was coming coming Aryans Aryans is is AT AT forty forty eight eight and and one one in in eight eight years years as as a a head head coach coach including including his his five five years years with with the the cardinals cardinals I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:30 min | 2 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Write poetry. And it's like, that's what we let go of one when we're adults, because I think it hurts so much. To see how alive the world is, and that every, everything is sentient. Every being, you know, and so you just kind of close down to that. And but that is so much a part of how we see the world as kids. And for whatever reason, I can still access that and that's part of where the stories come from. Does that make sense? Yeah. I thought about you in this time when I see these big articles in the newspaper or these analyses going around about, you know, children who lost time in school because of the pandemic as this lost generation. And I'm going to find that so upsetting on many levels, including just children reading that they are the lost generation or being told that, right? And just at the most superficial level. I also feel like this what you what you see and how you see them and how you honor the fact that they know so much. And that they deserve to have both heartbreak and hope cultivated in them. It's one response to this idea the last generation and I found when I was getting ready to talk to you this exchange you had with another writer Matt de la Pena, is that his name? Matt dilla Pena, yeah. Yes. Who was asked this question? And I think this is a parent's question too. How much can you? The thing you want to do is shield, I think he said, how honest should we be with our writer readers? Is it the job of the writer for the very young to tell the truth or preserve their innocence? And I just want you to talk through with me like what your response was because he wrote such a beautiful and profound letter in response to that question. Was that all in you? Or was that also a moment where the act of writing something down helped you say what you knew? I didn't know how I was going to say it until I sat down and tried to say it. And I haven't looked at that for a while and you all have it here waiting for me and it actually hurts I mean, I could read it or I could flat my arms and fly to the moon, which one would you like me to do? Well then why don't you read it? 'cause I want you to stay in the studio. No, yeah, because I think it is exquisite. And it's kind of out there on the Internet as this exchange. I don't think you've ever read it out loud. Oh no, I haven't. Why don't you, please do read it for us. Dear Matt, you asked how honest we as writers of books for children should be with our readers, whether it is our job to tell them the truth or preserve their innocence. Here's a question for you. Have you ever asked an auditorium full of kids if they know and love Charlotte's web? In my experience, almost all the hands go up. And if you ask them how many of them cried when they read it, most of those hands unabashedly stay aloft. My childhood best friend read Charlotte's web over and over again as a kid. She would read the last page, turn the book over and begin again. A few years ago, I asked her why. What was it that made you read and reread that book? I asked her, did you think that if you read it again, things would turn out differently, better, that Charlotte wouldn't die? No, she said it wasn't that. I kept reading it, not because I wanted it to turn out differently or thought that it would turn out differently, but because I knew for a fact that it wasn't going to turn out differently. I knew that a terrible thing was going to happen. And I also knew that it was going to be okay somehow. I thought that I couldn't bear it, but then when I read it again, it was also beautiful. And I found out that I could bear it. That was what the story told me. That was what I needed to hear that I could bear it somehow. So that's the question, I guess, for you, and for me, and for all of us trying to do the sacred task of telling stories for the young, how do we tell the truth and make the truth bearable? When I talk to kids in schools, I tell them about how I became a writer. I talk about myself as a child and how my father left the family when I was very young. Four years ago, this would have been a lot longer. I was in South Dakota and this massive auditorium talking to 900 kids and I did what I always do. I told them about being sick all the time as a kid and about my father leaving and then I talked to them about wanting to write. I talked to them about persisting. During the Q&A, a boy asked me if I thought I would have been a writer if I hadn't been sick all the time as a kid. And if my father hadn't left, and I said something along the lines of, I think there's a very good chance that I wouldn't be standing in front of you today if those things hadn't happened to me. Later, a girl raised her hand and said, it turns out that in the end you were stronger than you thought you were. When the kids left the auditorium, I stood at the door and talked with them as they walked past. One boy skinny legged and blond haired grabbed my hand and said, I'm here in South Dakota and my dad is in California. He flung his free hand out in the direction of California. He said he's there. And I'm here with my mom, and I thought I might not be okay. But you said today, the E okay, and so I think that I will be okay too. What could I do? I tried not to cry. I kept hold of his hand. I looked him in the eye. I said, you will be okay. You are okay. It's just like that other kid said, you're stronger than you know. I felt so connected to that child. I think we both felt seen. My favorite lines of Charlotte's web, the lines that always make me cry or toward the end of the book..

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"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

07:15 min | 2 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Children, particularly my daughter who I'm probably going to quote. She's my at home, Kate dicamillo expert. And I almost thought that she should do this interview. So I read all the books kind of with her or watched them be part of her life, especially as she left after she left the books that you wrote when she was at different stages in her life. And then so I kept thinking, as I was reading you again and thinking about this, of a conversation I had early, early and years of the show with a great child psychiatrist, Robert Kohl's. Did you ever read him throughout the spiritual lives of children? But he also wrote about the political lives of children in the moral lives of children, and he actually started his career as a child psychiatrist. Watching ruby bridges. Walk into that schoolhouse every day, month after month being heckled, and yelled at by adults. And being alone in that school. So he was attentive and so articulate about the fact that children know everything about how hard the world is. And there's this impulse we have certainly as parents to shield them and that they know everything, right? They see that people die. They see that people are bad to each other. They know that their parents are fighting, right? They know that their father isn't coming to Florida and that is more complicated than he'll be there soon. And I feel like it's a very long winded way of getting to the fact that it becomes very clear to me that I think this is part of why your books have landed with so many generations of children that you honor this clear eyed truth about children in a very loving and sophisticated way in the books you write. I have to say that I don't know what I'm doing because so much of what I do is instinctual and I think it's the instinct comes from the 8 year old and me that is just kind of like right at the surface for some reason and I it's that the hope and fear of that kid that helps guide me through the stories and then also the stories always and you've heard me say this before. They are a way to access something much smarter than I am and wiser than I am and that 8 year old and me walks with me as we've find that smarter, better place. You know, I was so I was really, really small as a kid and small for my age and then I looked really like and substantial like a wind a strong wind would blow me away. And I was always being condescended to by adults, but yet I was really a sarcastic kid and a kid with a big vocabulary and I always wanted to feel seen. And that's what I loved about going into classrooms and talking to kids. I just remember what it was like to feel invisible to feel like you weren't or that you had to protect the adults by pretending that you believed the lies that they were telling you. And so it's just one even in the smallest interaction with a kid Christa. You can let them know that you absolutely see them there and with all their intelligence and all their history and all and it was electric sometimes to do that because kids don't always get it, you know? And it's funny because a lot of times like when despero came out, I would get asked again and again, why do you think mice figure so prominently in children's literature? And I always wanted to say, are you kidding? It's because that's how we treat kids, you know? It's just kind of like you're in the way, you're small. You're powerless and it feels very familiar to a kid, you know? Yeah, so that's the tale of despero. And now more recently, there's the generation of kids who've been for home flora and Ulysses is what they know of deep mellow. And florin, Ulysses is a graphic novel, right? It has graphic novel elements. Yeah. But I'd just like to come back to this point about, I mean, when you just were describing yourself as an 8 year old, I'm kind of flora is this very articulate well spoken smart, natural born cynic. Self proclaimed. But she constantly refers to her favorite book. Which is called terrible things can happen to you. Exclamation point, which is not the book any of us would give our children, but it's probably the one that they would understand. I'm sorry for laughing at my own joke when it's just so funny. It's so perfect. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, wait, I had something to say back there about flora and Ulysses and a natural born Senate. Can you take your time? Well, I want to get to and you can help me with pronunciation. Rilke, am I saying that right? You're the expert. You have got Reiner Maria rilke in flora and Ulysses. Yes. Yes. Yes. And more to the point, I have his book of hours here, the Anita barrows and Johanna Macy one. And I brought it with me because you were talking about the comfort that can be found in what can save you reading, but also this I come back to this quote so much. This is in the introduction. Real could never lost his conviction in the utter reality of the world. Or in our human capacity to redeem it through that act of transforming attention. Which is naming. Or love. And that's being seen. And that's, and when you talk about the magic and the books, the magic is just looking and wondering, like, you know, who knows what's inside that squirrel. You know, that squirrel could write poetry. And it's like, that's what we let go of one when we're adults,.

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"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Wide open with yearning and possibility, understanding exactly how trouble the adults around you are, even if they think they are hiding it from you, almost unbearably alert to the world's wonders and its dangers all at once. And that's the reason you should listen to this conversation with Kate dicamillo, even if you've never heard of her bounty of books. They include the tale of despereaux, the magician's elephant, the miraculous journey of Edward tulane, flora, and Ulysses. They've been turned into operas and movies, but they are at heart, love letters to reading. In the world of teachers and parents and young former children who've grown up reading her books. Kate dicamillo has near cult status. I read her books with my children. Then in the early pandemic months, feeling unmoored, I was inspired to crack them open to read by myself. In response to a piece in The New York Times, by the wonderful writer of adult novels and patch it. She wrote of making her way through Kate dicamillo's Opus as one of the most satisfying literary adventures of her life, and also incredibly calming. This beautiful world had been available to me all along she confessed, but I had never bothered to pick up the keys to the kingdom. With honesty and wisdom, laughter and tears, Kate dicamillo makes bearable the mysterious fact that hope and heartbreak live so close side by side in real life. This is her gift to her readers.

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Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees

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00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees

"AP sports I'm John other big curry Irving said a new nets NBA record on Tuesday night he scored a career high sixty points to the Brooklyn to a one fifty one await win over Orlando presidential scored twenty one points and Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven of the first for the NC double a tournament will face number one seed Kansas in the first round trace Jackson Davis led the way with twenty nine points for Indiana Hoosiers beat Wyoming sixty six fifty eight they'll face sweet memories of the opening round of Thursday import left the road Rogers is officially signed a contract extension through the two time reigning MVP remains in Green Bay the team announced extension Tuesday without releasing terms and I fell network reports Rogers will make one hundred fifty million dollars over the next three years and the Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a one hundred sixty eight million dollar deal over eight years I'm John other pick AP sports

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Australian Cameron Smith wins Players Championship

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Australian Cameron Smith wins Players Championship

"Cameron Smith is one one of the longest most difficult like finishing titles in the forty eight year history of the players championship surviving a marathon week this whole storms torrential rain high winds and then cold conditions the combined to force a rare Monday finish Smith survived the visit to the water on the last hole to post a thirteen under total in a closing sixty six that included a record equalling ten buddies India's Anirban Lahiri finished one back at twelve under the wind was a fifth onto office Smith and his second this year I'm grandma goes

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AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver

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00:31 sec | 2 months ago

AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver

"Two people familiar with the negotiations tell the Associated Press that the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a package of players and draft picks the nine time Pro Bowl quarterback who help this team win the Super Bowl against the Broncos in twenty fourteen we'll have to pass a physical Wilson suffered a fractured middle finger on his right hand and missed four games last season the Broncos have cycled through ten quarterback since Peyton manning won the Super Bowl and retired six years ago thirty eight year old Aaron Rodgers was considered a likely pick but he has agreed to stay on at Green Bay I'm Jennifer king

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Rodgers reportedly agrees to stay with Packers next season

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers reportedly agrees to stay with Packers next season

"Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is planning to come back to the Green Bay Packers for an eighteen season that's according to the NFL network and Pat McAfee the host of the Pat McAfee show on Sirius XM and you too NFL network says the thirty eight year old Rogers has agreed to a four year two hundred million dollar contract that includes one hundred and fifty million dollars in guaranteed money McAfee disputed those numbers and said the contract has not been done but added that Rogers has agreed to return to the team I'm Shelley Adler

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Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat

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00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat

"After twenty eight years in the U. S. Senate GM in Hough has announced he's stepping down in hall says he's absolutely at peace with his decision to resign before his six year term is up he tells the Oklahoman newspaper he plans to spend more time with his wife in office held the seat since nineteen ninety four and was elected to a fifth seventh term in twenty twenty he plans to continue serving until the next Congress begins in January in office the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee his departure will trigger a special election later this year for his replacement I'm I. Kampen

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GasBuddy - Gas prices up 20 cents from a month ago to an average of $3.52

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00:46 sec | 3 months ago

GasBuddy - Gas prices up 20 cents from a month ago to an average of $3.52

"The average price for a gallon of gas is the highest in eight years the pain at the pump continues the national average is up close to four cents a gallon last week it now stands at three fifty two a gal and senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says brace yourself since motorists don't just have tensions with Russia to worry about that switch over to summer gasoline will also cost motorists at the pump in the months ahead of the nation transition to mark spent the summer gasoline in addition gasoline demand is starting to rise not only in the US but globally as Kobe cases come down an American at the road ahead of spring break in addition refineries are starting maintenance season all three could add twenty five to seventy five cents a gallon between March and Memorial Day weekend I'm Shelley Adler

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Russian-backed separatist leaders declare full military mobilization

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00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Russian-backed separatist leaders declare full military mobilization

"Pro Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have ordered a full military mobilisation amid a spike in violence in the region the head of the pro Russia separatist governments in Ukraine's Donetsk region that has pushed in and announce a full cheap mobilization CNN claimed the move was necessary to counteract to the media threats of aggression from Ukrainian forces a similar announcement quickly followed from the separatist leader of the hunts Wheaton fighting has been ongoing between Ukrainian forces and separatist leaders for over eight years however the fighting has escalated in recent days as the west VS Russia might use the strife as a pretext for invasion I'm Karen

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Super Bowl LVI: Who scored and who fumbled on TV's biggest stage

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Super Bowl LVI: Who scored and who fumbled on TV's biggest stage

"Sunday's rams Bengals contest will feature the youngest head coaching matchup in Super Bowl history Cincinnati's thirty eight year old Zach Taylor and LA's Sean McVay who is just thirty six Taylor was in the system to McVeigh on the rams team that lost to the patriots in Super Bowl fifty three and McVeigh says the to retain a strong friendship we have a great relationship and you know looking for to always root for him except for when we go against one another so I know we're both going to do everything we can to help

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Rams determined to turn Aaron Donald into a Super Bowl champ

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Rams determined to turn Aaron Donald into a Super Bowl champ

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Barty wins drought-breaking Australian Open women's title

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Barty wins drought-breaking Australian Open women's title

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Barty to face Collins in bid to end Australian title drought

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Barty to face Collins in bid to end Australian title drought

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Man, teen charged with murder in death of Chicago girl, 8

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Man, teen charged with murder in death of Chicago girl, 8

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"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

"It's not a ticket to a first class economy and there's a very interesting question here and that is are we going to get behind the prices which expands the number of countries that can participate in god and resettlement with his dirt appliances or regard to hold out and say that will we're interested in freeing people from persecution if they can do so in a first world economy and i think these provides a real opportunity to change that paradigm and we're talking about effectively three signatory countries. You're talking to each other now after my discussions with now route today now rue australia and came back to you. I think this has real promise but this agreement expired in two thousand eighteen so it was only available for a very short period of time And it was an agreement that was made largely and sacred and then exchange for around fifty million dollars in aid to cambodia. And it's supposed to be largely failed in practice. Sorry since two thousand fourteen only seven refugees have opted for resettlement in cambodia and the majority of as have actually returned to their harm states because life in cambodia was too difficult and not not viable now that first option that sarah mentioned their resettlement impinge e. That's actually something that lagman applied for and he's way historic gets even more complicated so after applying says he was accepted and initially he settled in the city of lay but he says he felt unsafe there and after trying unsuccessfully to go back into starting immigration detention. He fled the country ending up in fiji. Where after just a few days. He was detained and deported. Back to pin g where he spent a short in jail before finally ending up back in australia's offshore immigration detention program and after that he says his mental as well as his physical. Health seriously deteriorated. I hug a you know. Depression anxiety in all suffering from you know. I have so many bathrooms you know and i was losing so much weight in png. Also i was. Today's the ice. You be.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

"And the same time they. You know the arrest my brother by intelligence officers of iran. They came inside the house and they can all the glasses and they took my and my parents they cried and they know and they send them somewhere we even. We don't know where they are. And then you know it's kind of things this kind of racism and this kind of You know they don't speak our identity. And i was and so you left iran. You'd have to run in two thousand thirteen. Can you tell us to any theft tonight. Can you tell us that Where you went. And i'm what your plan was. Actually my plan is You know. I was seventeen years old during the time. And so we you know we we have An hour as the place. Where i on you know. The government is always is targeting. Our house in they check everything in our house. If we have you know something you know any kind of books against the government like political books or anything on we out on their watch you know yes so on that time where you know my parents. They designed for me to leave that place. Because they don't want to suffer or die by the government of iran and hours. So i live in two thousand thirteen. I came from malaysia. Kuala lumpur kuala lumpur to and in asia and asia. By both to christmas island. I came i was. I think two months in indonesia and i don't know trillion making new law all knew that the nineteen july even i think nineteen. I was under board. I don't know what is going on so that brings us to strengthening politics back in two thousand thirteen again when kevin rods as prime minister introduced the ban on settling barred arrivals even if they were found to be legal refugees and we are going.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Signal

"This is an abc podcast. We're gonna start recording here. Could you just introduce yourself to me. Just say your full name and until it's where you're calling from yes. My name is laghman sarwari. I am calling you from brisbane. Immigration tanzi center. Australia has had its border. Close to the world eighteen months but for one subset of arrivals. The ban on entry goes back motspur than that. Love man sawari is one of them. He's a legally recognized refugee. Who made the decision to come to australia by to seek asylum in july of twenty thirteen and in the eight years since then he's been in limbaugh he's fallen into a legal black hole and there are hundreds more lock him. I'm steven smiley. And i'm angelov wipe pierre and today on the signal. The story of the refugees who is still stuck in australian immigration detention eight years and four prime ministers on from when they arrived. So what's the point of keeping them there and will they ever get out so laghman stories. Life would almost definitely be very very different today. If it hadn't been for a dramatic policy shift stralia made on the nineteenth of july in two thousand thirteen eight years and one week ago today from now on. Any asylum-seeker who arrives in australia by boat will have no chance of being settled in australia. As refugees asylum seekers taken to christmas island will be sent to manus and elsewhere and papua new guinea for assessment of their refugee status if they found to be genuine refugees though be resettled in popping again from says it will break with an election campaign convention and restart its anti people smuggling at. It's fairly rare that the coalition greens and independent. Senator nick xenophon all agree on policy and today it decision to continue at taxpayer-funded campaign to publicize the government's p. and g. asylum-seeker deal across the strain in media digest. That this taxpayer funded..

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"eight year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on AP News

"I the eight year old man sent to prison in twenty twelve on terror related charges of release last December in Great Britain attack fellow conference goers in London today with a knife killing a man and a woman and wounding three others British prime minister Boris Johnson says he's concerned that the man gained early release is it a mistake to allow serious and violent criminals to come out of prison the attack occurred during an event hosted by learning together Cambridge University back program that works to educate prison inmates police in another lends a looking for a man who attack people in a busy shopping district in the Hague three people all miners were injured they've since been released from the hospital no word yet on a motive house Judiciary Committee chairman sends a letter to president trump and committee Republicans AP's Jackie Quinn has more committee chairman Gerald Nadler set a deadline for next Friday for the president's lawyers to indicate if they plan to participate in his committee's hearings he also asked for a list from GOP lawmakers of the witnesses they would like to question the house Judiciary Committee meets Wednesday to examine the constitutional grounds for impeachment the committee is also expecting a report from the house intelligence committee which will form the basis of upcoming hearings president trump and his defenders continue to call the inquiry a witch hunt and say he did nothing wrong in his dealings with Ukraine Jackie Quinn Washington Nadler can reject any of the witnesses sought by Republicans who are likely to want subpoenas for hunter Biden and the anonymous intelligence community whistle blower a nine year old South Carolina boys dad accidentally shot by his father as a two and a family friend or hunting rabbits yesterday local media report that Colin Williams was fatally shot in spring field which is in Orangeburg county South Carolina this is a P. news I'm all in Syracuse New York has been shut down after a man was wounded in the leg in a shooting this evening back in August that's very close for the remainder of the evening America and then everybody in the center please save the name that from W. S. why are police close destiny USA after the shooting as they look for the possible suspect police right in a tweet that the man's injury is not life threatening earlier today two men were stabbed following a dispute in the Macy's in that same mall they are both expected to survive Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw has been suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games on a number of occasions this season that's the first time in more than thirty five years a player has been banned for gambling the league says shock can petition for reinstatement in February twenty twenty one he's been on the injured list since being heard in the first preseason game of the year I'm Tim acquire a pin thank you bye it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high.

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"eight year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For individuals and knowing the media environment that were operating in knowing the amount of death threats that we get knowing the amount of concentration of attention I think it's just it's it's what just worth asking why do these his racial animus issue raised absolutely no she's just trying to get us killed you're not racist reasons it's interesting that suddenly it was he's worried about death threats but yet when that eight year old girl little AOC who who would who would you know imitate a O. C. it was a parody of her little eight year old girl she it was shot down by the people on the left by AOC supporters and that little eight year old girl was receiving death threats to her dress was docks where she lived her parents to take out of call of her videos all that was it I don't recall a time miss when a see you said oh come on and defended in such told her her followers to back off that was funny and you know did a photo op with the little girl did you know because of the death threats no of course not because she's so I didn't miss it no she is a phony and this whole thing about like if somebody if I get criticized I get death threats and how dare Nancy Pelosi criticize me this insanity and that's childish and it's in it's in it it's an effort to not actually confront your real problems it's does suggest that somehow policy is is reasoning imperiling you physically by criticizing you that's ridiculous end isn't it interesting that is that is not as severe a thing to do then to be a racist like Mike imperiling AOC physically by her standard is not as horrific as being a racist like all it's not go that far she's not raise says she's trying to get me killed well you can I think a scene knows that there's a line she she if she starts calling pollutes the races there's no way to walk back from that well where is she saying and and and she said no but she should know that with the death threats and everything else you do also didn't come out and say she's trying to get us killed her she nuances her language is very nineteen eighty four that now Nancy Pelosi this should not only responding to a see in Ohio mark she was responding to a sees cheap of staff this guy so I cut chakra body now know occasionally his name comes up and what he tweeted recently was this instead of fiscally conservative but socially liberal let's call the new Democrats and blue dog caucus the new southern Democrats they certainly seem hellbent to do to black and brown people today what the old southern Democrats did in the forties this is a sees chief of staff accusing modern Democrats of being segregationists N. KKK members and Lee insurers are and all that so there you go so here's Nancy Pelosi responding about all of this yesterday there's a lot of debate over on the way you and it's representative Acosta Cortez our our relating to each other these days she has said that she explicitly feel she does your explicitly targeting and others women of color on the basis of race what is your response I said what I'm going to say in the caucus that's where my this is appropriate I said when we say in the caucus they took offense because I addressed at the request of my members an offensive tweet I came out of one of the members offices that referenced are blue dogs in our new dams essentially as segregation our members took offense at that I addressed that how they're interpreting and carrying it to another place is up to them but I'm not going to be discussing it and further the racism guns are going off inside the party they're firing they're firing inside the house they're inside the call is coming from inside out yeah this is inevitable we've all said that all of this was going to come back all this political correctness is eventually gonna come back and bite all of the Democrats in the **** and it has happened and you have William Lacy clay as a Democrat I'm Missouri in part of the black and grey the congressional black caucus who said that a see her chief of staff in particular and the group just as Democrats are juvenile he said their ignorance is beyond belief talking about so I cut chakra body there yeah and one and one more at this is it this is it this is a democratic official speaking to the hill is a blind quote though and there is a top democratic aide spoke to the hill on a phone call and here's the quote is unbelievable Alexandria cause you Cortez is only a woman of color when it's convenient this is a democratic eight top it quote hours on your because your card has only one of color when it's convenient none of the things that she's fought for aligned with communities of color and her group is funded only by elitist white liberals she's a puppet now she is we know that right but this is from inside the house right inside the party and you know things are bad when you lose the view when you lose joy Behar would be Goldberg you've definitely gone too far and they heard that chief of staff another one is accusing everybody being segregationists yes The Washington Post has a piece they published overnight that reveals that they never intended the green new deal to be a climate thing this is him quote the interesting thing about the green new deal is it wasn't originally climate thing at all do you guys think of it as a climate thing because we really think of it as I how do you change the entire economy thing yeah transfer of wealth that's what it's all about where instead of lifting all boats were just gonna raise this bow down we're gonna sink that's what they twenty four NW I mail between mass this.

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"eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KOMO

"Sunday, the president calling rabbi Goldstein. Eight year old boy tuhan was right there saw the shooting and is now on edge to feel safe here Neue well. You say because this is not the first definitely not last. So now it is not to watch on. Misting Sapin federal law enforcement. Sources tell me that the gunman purchased that weapon on Friday just a day before the attack and that short runway is what makes these lone wolf attackers. So frightening and so difficult to stop as ABC's chief national correspondent met gut men reporting on that story a little boys being credited with saving his big sisters life surveillance video released by Ohio police showing two young siblings. Close call with a carjacker. For the door of swings. Open. Second later eight-year-old chance blue and his ten year old sister Schuyler tumble out, according to authorities Twenty-four-year-old delve. We're seeing jumped in and sped off with the children in the back seat. I heard them screaming Iran to the car. They're great grandmother. Who says she got out briefly to help a relative into the medical facility racing back to the vehicle. My brother went to go. Grab me open the door went out by brother fell out. But the guy pulled me back in the car. The suspect allegedly holding skyler by her hoodie, but chance mustering all his strength managing to pull his big sister to safety over the weekend. Those kids reuniting with the cop who caught the suspect minutes after they narrowly escaped little chance now hailed a hero for his quick thinking action, which was extremely just shows. How much he loves his sister. Police say they plan on formally recognizing chances courage. ABC's area Russia with.

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"eight year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"What about the Ray Lucia show? You know, guys could be a fly on the wall. Some of the stuff we talk about my drank, by the way, some of the stuff we talk about off the air is way, more complain of we talk on the air. Well, it's a lot of music. We were talking about the stones. And yes, we are so far. But we've also talked off the air. We won't do it today. But I would like at some point. Have you talk about your? For a forty eight year old. I was intrigued by the fact that I I don't wanna get into it now. But but the fact that that you could make a case for a forty eight year old putting some money into a safe, of course, type of sure nudity. I surly annuity safe account. Sure. I could not yet you should have safe account, obviously for that. But they're building up their retirement, if they have, you know, we'll get into later. I I don't want to. Well, I mean, I can make a case or destroy a case for just about anything. And I've said many times if I have the pen last. Argument. Yes. But there are instances, and I've said this many times before everybody's different. And everybody's plans should be custom to them. No one size fits all for. Sure. But if it's a forty eight year old is conservative as a family and kids, and you know, do they have disability insurance? And all that I need to know all that in order to sort of back into what's the best strategy. Have all that you may say, well, then you should be, you know. Well, that's right. If they've managed risk effectively, they can obviously afford to be more aggressive, and it goes back to the whole reason for the bucket strategy there. I go again being all about risk management. Yeah. You spend one hundred bucks just in royalties show me mails going. Yes. We do. Okay. Hit it guys. Mail..

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"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning. I'm just so confused. How you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I just don't know how you can run the true stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called because I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the. Girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through the man trying to grabber was older than eight. And in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parent, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I just don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down the street right now. I have I to be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is is that mainly a girl's clothing store. It is absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store. Why the hell would what a man be walking in that store alone? Exactly. Why would an eight year old girl? They'll be outside in this day and age walking eleven for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing news stories about the Molly girl that I just was abducted and taken they just found her body, and it sucks that the world has gotten to this point does knowing that I just with when it comes to your kids. Why reduced go walk the dog? So you consider this this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't. I think she's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person or we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that note, I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane that. Yes, I basically what you're saying that she may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risk. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on. Todd and Don show, weekday mornings five to ten AM on NewsRadio. KLBJ? The invitation to.

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"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:53 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Okay. Welcome back to coast to coast, Richard Stratton with us for a couple of hours tonight. He wrote the novel smack goddess during his eight-year term in federal prison. He's now it claimed filmmaker screenwriter his films have won prizes cans film festival. The Berlin film festival is a writer and consultant for HBO's ause. That's the story about being in prison. He's the founder of prison life, the former editor and publisher of high times contributed to Rolling Stone. Esquire G Q, and so many others in here. He is on coast to coast as we talk about his work smuggler's blues. Richard great book. Interesting life. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having them. A pleasure. Let me ask you this. Let's let's go back. I guess to the beginning eight years in federal prison. What happened would you do? Well, smuggled pot is basically what I did. And I. I was convicted under what they call the kingpin law. And fortunately for me, I was sentenced in nineteen Eighty-four. If I've been sentenced to ninety eighty six I would have had a mandatory life without parole sentence. And in fact in Syracuse New York recently to Canadians would just sentenced to life without parole for importing marijuana for smuggling pot, even though it's virtually legal in this country now Leo in several states legal for recreational use in a few states and believe me they're making a lot of money with tax returns. But we still have these unbelievably harsh laws on the federal books. And you know, like, I said, I if I had been sense to couple of years later, I'd still be in prison. I never would I I'd be there instead of out here with a family and career and a whole life. So it's something really think about the marijuana laws that poor story of that guy in New Orleans twenty years to life for thirty one dollars worth of candy bars. He still. Now since we've got over three million people in prison in this country. It's just out of control. I mean, what why why are we doing, you know, there's almost no rehabilitation behind bars. People don't get any kind of training or counseling for what they're gonna do when they get out. So I don't know the criminal could be Justice system is very badly screwed up, and, you know, Bama claimed he was going to do something about it. And I think he did actually they did let guys go. But a lot of these people who are locked up are locked up for nonviolent crimes. You know, many of them of most of these guys are jail for drugs are Latinos or African Americans from inner city neighborhoods who have virtually no other alternative. I mean, I would say no other alternative but had very few other alternatives for employment. So they'll go out and start selling drugs, and they go to prison for incredibly long time. I mean, if the laws are out of control. In richard. Let me ask you this in terms of I want to get into the eight years that you spent because I think that's ridiculous for what the what they did to you. But I have been a longtime advocate of not because of usage what I just think. It would it would minimize crime of legalizing Oliver everything cocaine heroin all of it. And let people do what they wanna do to their own bodies for crying out loud in. I don't think this is just me speaking that it's going to increase drug use. By any larger amount at all because I think anybody who wants to use drugs right now. We'll be able to find them and can't find them, and they are finding them. I don't know. What do you think of that? Well, I I agree with you one hundred percent. In fact, they found in the states where they have legalized marijuana. It's gone down to give the usage of marijuana has gone down amongst teenagers because it's not a big thrill anymore. It's not the forbidden fruit anymore. So I think that the whole way that we're dealing with this drug issue in this country is is just it's wrong. I mean, the idea of just say, no N O W should be just say know, K N O W, and what we need to do is we need to educate people about the the pitfalls in the dangers of. There's no question that. Drug usage can be dangerous. I'm not here to say that God would kill you. They can kill you, of course. But so can alcohol kill you and food. And I see people on the street all the time smoking cigarettes. So how can they do that to killing themselves? But the point is that as you say in a free society, it's not up to the government to tell us how we can alter our consciousness as long as we're not hurting other people. This is the American way of life and the thing that most interests me now about this whole marijuana movement in this country is the way that Americans have finally said, you know, what these laws are insane. I mean, I grew up during the whole Reefer madness era. We were told that you know, you smoke a couple joints. And the next thing. You know, you'll be main lining heroin. You'll be out raping young women in the streets. And we were like, what did you just what happens is the government tells you these things you get high, and you you realize it's not true. And then you begin to question everything you question, the Kennedy's assassination. You question. Why are we in Vietnam? So I think it's very interesting. How the marijuana MU? Movement has kind of re sparked this whole idea of participatory democracy. We've had people say all across the nation. These laws are ridiculous. We're not going to adhere to them. It's probably the largest exhibition of a civil and criminal disobedience that in the history of our country where people just say, you know, what we're gonna smoke this pot. We're not gonna listen to you guys. So I I think that's fascinating. I think that marijuana as a metaphor for how American democracy works is to me. The most exciting thing about it, quite frankly. And I think that right now. As you. I'm sure no of the major problems that they have in this country right now, it's heroin. I mean air when oh it's growing like crazy. It's become so much suburban these days to exactly in a lot of it comes because these people get addicted to opioids through prescription drugs. So again, we're failing to educate people about the Homs and the and the dangers of these drugs. I think really if we spent even a quarter of the money that we spend locking people up for. I mean, it costs a lot of money to a lot of people just like forty thousand dollars a year to keep over three million dollars three million people in prison if we took percentage of that money and use it for drug education for rehabilitation, and we got smart about realizing that it's not gonna work the the the legal approach the law enforcement approach it didn't work for during prohibition. And it's not working during drug prohibition. So it's really time. I think for for. Us to wake up and change the tune here, and people are just they're so concerned that if all the drugs are legal where we don't go after these people that everyone's gonna start using. And that's not the case. It's not the case. And that's a really interesting thing about it. And I do think it has a lot to do with the idea of the forbidden fruit. It's more exciting people say to me, you know, they talked to me about marijuana now. And I said, well, I was in the business when it was fun when it was exciting. I'm not really interested in getting into the legal marijuana business because I've got other things to do. But it's it's the the forbidden fruit. And meanwhile, what we do is we empower and enrich a really dangerous segment of the culture. Which is these drug lords gave these guys in Mexico, Colombia and other countries don't have any kind of scruples, they'll kill your whole family, if you that's right? Yeah. It's we're what we're doing is empowering them in Richardson them, keeping these drugs illegal. They don't have the the ethics of the Italian mob that they used to have in the thirties and forties where your family was hands off. That's right. Just one after you these these cartels will go after your kids, and your wife and everything else. Yeah. It's a lot more vicious than the whole cocaine thing. I mean, like changed the whole the whole picture here in this country. What what did the TV show, Richard breaking bad due to people in terms of glorifying methamphetamine? Well, you know, I watched that show. I binged watched it just not too long ago and. Addicted isn't it? The drug. Yeah. I mean, the first three seasons. I thought were incredible. Once they started to get to the to the Mexicans. They, you know, they kind of dipped down into the to the area of caricatures and in the end with that Gatling gun or whatever. Skyway from a mild mannered chemistry to to a mass murderer. So, but I mean, I don't know if they if they glamorized because those guys were tweaking on on, you know, they they were pretty pathetic impre- sad. The matthews. Methamphetamines an unbelievably dangerous drug. It's what does your nervous? It's all it's all dangerous. We need to educate people about it. I mean, I see these ads on TV about cigarette smoking what it can do to you. And it's like, oh my God. I mean, it'll kill you wipe out your lungs and everything else. So how did you? We're coming up on a break. Pretty simple. We got a little few minutes here before we come back. How did you get caught? What happ? Well, how I got caught was the oldest way you get caught in this business. Someone else got caught doing something else. Lebanese guys got caught here in New York City selling heroin something which I never had anything to do with. In fact, that was one of the reasons I fell out with these guys with because I refuse to have anything to do with heroin. They got busted selling heroin. The DA knew about me 'cause I have been involved in the founding of high times magazine, and I was involved in the the the attempt to legalize marijuana from a long long time ago. So did they knew about me they'd arrested me in nineteen seventy eight. But the case the case got thrown out. So they knew about me, and they were looking for a way to get me. And they arrested these Lebanese guys here in New York City. Hold on right there, Richard. We're gonna come right back and pick up that story fascinating smuggler's blues. That's the name of his work. We'll be back in a moment at coast to coast. AM? Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Todd and Don show Jennifer checking in from Jonestown good morning. Good morning. I'm just so confused. How you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I I just don't know how you can run the two stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called. 'cause I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming that the the girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through the man trying to grabber was what older than eight and in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parents, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I just don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down a street running. I have to be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is that mainly of girls clothing store. It is. Absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store by the hell. What a what a man be walking in that store alone. Exactly. Why would an eight year old girl though, be outside in this day and age walking for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I think, unfortunately, when we're doing new stories about the Molly girl that was abducted and taken and they found her body, and it sucks that the world has gotten to this point does knowing that I stress with when it comes to your kids. Why we're just go walk the dog. Was you consider this mom, you consider her irresponsible? You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person that we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No, I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane that with. Yes, I will. Basically what you're saying? She may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risk. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on. Todd.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"I want to get to the school in. School in Florida. But I I wanna start with something that I read that is just so sickening. And we have audio. To show you what's happening in the school in West Virginia. Now, amber pack is a mom eight year old special needs, girl and her girl. Just kept saying I don't want to go to school mom. I don't want to go to school. I don't want to go to school. And so I thought there's something going on some somebody's doing something to my daughter because she's never been like this. So she didn't know if it was a classmate picking on her the teacher, or whatever. So she actually put a recording device in her daughter's hair, and and then recorded absolutely everything that happened to her. And try to figure out what was going on. Well, it wasn't too hard to see why her daughter did not want to go to school. Let me let me just start by playing some of the audio. This is this is what she gotten these are teachers at this this special needs class. These are teachers cut one, please. Backhand, you write your t. Punching your plane. Okay..

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning. I'm just so confused. How you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I I just don't know how you can run the true stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called because I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the the girl that was in the dressing room had to go through the man trying to grabber was older than eight in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parent, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I just don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down the street. I have I can be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is that mainly a girl's clothing store. It is absolutely mainly. A girl's clothing store. Why the hell would a what a man be walking in that store alone? Exactly. Why would an eight year old girl though, be outside in this day and age walking for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing news stories about the Molly girl that I just was abducted and taken and they just found her body, and it sucks that the world has gotten to this point. Knowing that I just with when it comes to your kids. Why reject go walk the dog. So you consider this this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person world, we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No. I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane with. Yes. I well, basically what you're saying. She may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risking her. But I don't think that mother should ever take on..

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"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning. I'm just so confused. How you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I just don't know how you can run the two stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called. 'cause I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the the girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through the man trying to grabber what what older than eight and in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parent, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I don't understand what even type of chance down eight year old little girl walking down the street. I have I can be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is that mainly a girl's clothing store. It is absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store by the hell. What a what a man be walking in that store alone. Exactly. Why would an eight year old girl though, be outside in this day and age walking alleged for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing new stories about the Molly girl that just was abducted and taken and they just found her body, and it sucks that the world has gotten to this point does knowing that. I just with when it comes to your kids. Why reject go walk the dog. So you consider that this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No, I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane. But yes, I basically what you're saying that she may not be an irresponsible parent, but she has taken a chance she's risking her child. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on. Todd and Don show,.

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"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning. I'm just so confused how you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I I just don't know how you can run the true stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called. 'cause I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the the girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through with a man trying to grabber what what older than eight and in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parents, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I just don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down a street running. I have to be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is that mainly of girls clothing store. It is absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store. Why the hell what a what a man be walking in that store alone. Exactly. Why would an eight? Year old girl, though, be outside in this day and age walking for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing new stories about the Molly girl that was abducted and taken and they just found her body, and it sucks up the world has gotten to this point does knowing that stretch with when it comes to your kids. Why just go walk the dog? So you consider that this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person that we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No, I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane. Yes. I basically what you're saying that she may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risking her child. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on it..

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