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"eller" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"Hey the mercury would have a good play here there and she'd clap and okay you know i respect. That was good. And it's a different environment and i think he absolutely adored it and so we joked that next year we might have to become season ticket holders and just totally driving to atlanta has many no atlanta's to be on a good trajectory in montgomery's has been a lot of fun watching your take that ownership role you know. She's one of those people that she doesn't know how to be anyone else so she's always just her in front of anyone and that's your gratitude to see her in that role. Just you know she. She played for the links for how long and so i was like wow. This is a completely different role than needs to singer in. And it's great. It's absolutely absolutely. I and for chris sake dukes a really good pocket of very entertaining and very awesome. Wnba talent right now between chelsea gray elizabeth williams would have been in the building a the game. You're i know. Hillary gretzky is on the mercury staff. As far as i recall now so he's got stuff to to look for not jazz. Thomas is playing great in connecticut. So you know if that helps them on on his end. But i had a feeling he would have some affinity there and would really enjoy. Because i i've always told people if you have any questions about the w just go to a game one game. It doesn't matter what it is. Who's playing you're in for life like the second you go to one because the atmosphere is is something else something special now. I know one thing that happened in impact wrestling especially. They've been big player in this. There's all this talk about this forbidden door right and what that means to people who follow wrestling impact is one of a few marquee large wrestling promotions that suddenly you're are our featuring performers on other promotions. We've seen impact wrestlers awa wrestlers japan wrestlers on each other's events as of recent and. It's kinda fun thing. Now let's assume the wnba were a part of this forbidden door. Mix up are there any wnba players. You would love to eventually see interesting all my gosh. That is a great question. I everybody that's listening obviously knows i'm flat out obsessed with the and see the way that she can talk. Her fought in a stewardship. Then oh my goodness put put my hand. She would be over immediately. I got to hear her call out like a wrestling refuge. I'll.
"eller" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"When hangs it up. I maybe we'll go all in on the links but we'll be perfect because a lot of cheryl reeves ethos when it comes to drafting recently has been you know. Finally the most balanced you. Comp layer become star dangerfield's become a star. I mean she's really found a way to transition those levels of talent in in one way or the other. Because i think he's been. I mean there been cases this season especially where where minnesota's looks like a very scary team and it's when collier's playing at her fullest extent. That's evident and so i think you'll be in a in a good housing narran. That's of course to assume where we'll see retire anytime soon. I think if she could chew she play well into her fifties. So we'll have to see. I would love to see that you know and after they just won gold again when she said you know. We'll see you at the next one. I i'll man. I got offered the excited i was like. Is she berea ultra. I'm going to be there with you. Girl like let's do it all right. One of whatever co-hosts immediately texted me right when she did that was like she ain't kitten. I really think she shown years if she has anything to say about it. We're going to be seeing her various healthy and she can do it. You know she'll be there and who's going to say no. I mean she's got it in her. I think her in sewer just driven to do this forever. As as long as the machine will let them so and they've been such ambassadors in one way or the other. I i'd love to get thought of do you have any non uconn players. Were there for me because off. So you talked about minnesota with mccarville and waylon and company. Are there any other players that you recall. Having an affinity for in following the leaguer or was it pretty yukon centered where there any rivals even that you look at. Should i not mention candace parker. Should i steer clear of any names or it is so funny. You mentioned candice right away. Because that uconn tennessee rivalry you know with pat and gino and then just both incredible teams always so well coach. I i almost feel bad saying it now. But i hated kansas during always just went to tennessee. And you know now as an adult. I can step back and realize that she really is top. Ten alzheimer and i'm thrilled. She gets to be in her hometown this year. That's great yeah. I you mentioned lindsay lindsay. Whalen would probably be my top non yukon. Pick that minnesota cried and you know her ending up coming back flying so many great years with the links was really really special You know growing up and watching simone augusta. She's lsu girl. So you know i. I loved her and enjoy watching her play. I was sad when you know when she went to la. And but it's great. She's on their staff now and such so those couple. I am a juice for one thing really quick honestly flummoxed you really know your stuff makes me nervous. It makes me nervous for anything. I say that wrestling. I'm gonna sound like a really done your homework jumpy nervous at all kidding. When i tweeted like basketball was the first love of my life than you know. it'll other than pro wrestling. You know it it'll forever be my favorite sport and there's enjoy more so higher so pumped talk about this. Who knows what. I'm actually talking about exactly. Would you broke chemists. I do have to make the comet. We recently did a we. Intermittently will do a special series called w history where we'll dive into a player's history or something like that. We recently did that with candidacies. Rookie season with sparks. Back and how weird strange rivalry seemed to constantly follow her because obviously the last stage of retirements the sparks was that sparks links rivalry for a few years and how that was headed by candidates until the fouls who were big rivals in college. Now they're big rivals again in the pros against each other. They're right next to each other on scoring. Listen and other things. They have such an interesting play. It's interesting how that's played a role but you just talked about. How having the platform to be able to talk about your both of your. Your big loves in life is exciting. And it's interesting to me. Because and i've talked about this a bit with with our coast before raise feel like women's basketball and women's wrestling have seen a similar growth trajectory over the last few years and seeing where the wnba has risen over. The last few years is exciting because it's setting foundations. that are going to help it. Catapult popularity wise and really build it into the mainstream sports zeitgeist for long time. I mean everything from what they've been able to accomplish this year with the w twenty five campaign and even just new. The new uniform rollout and excitement there. You know everything on top of that. And i think with with wrestling no. I've been watching wrestling. Cincinnati six classic. Who recruit a. kid i was. I was seven years old when that was happening in wcw. And i remember watching that and getting really caught up in it. And since i was a kid i was pro. Wcw and so. I thought you know. And i so i grew up at a time. Win women's wrestlers. It was a real estate of flux. How they were treated how they were promoted on the show. And especially if you go just a few years after that and and what ariza's those came into these last. Several years have been really really fun to be a fan of women's wrestling because we went from a time when it seemed like Would we be able to get for mainstream promotions or would be able to see women featured heavily on a strong card and now we're in an era where from one standpoint you're looking at two wrestlemainia main event matches featuring women which has been fantastic. Obviously you're an impact which is no stranger to featuring women heavily on the card. I mean you can go back to the gail. Kim awesome kong days even before then where that's been a stronghold but i guess this is all just me setting the stage to ask. What do you think is really kind of led to this resurgence in almost women's sports in general over the last few years. We're we're starting to feel. It's not even a buzz anymore. It's just a pure movement And what do you feel needs to be done to continue pushing that forward so it can into new on the mainstream. I think one hundred percent spot on with the correlation between the growth of the wnba women's wrestling kind of taking a step forward in the last five to ten years specifically When i first started watching wrestling yeah. There were a lot of women that i did not look like on tv. It wasn't until you know. I saw beth phoenix than natalia. In austin con- like you mentioned. I realize own. You can be strong athlete and do this. You don't have to be you know swimsuit model because that has never been me will never be me and you know. It's kind of like earlier. Where i saw myself in d. where i was allowed to really embrace and be confident in being competitive and fiery and you know emotional on the court and caring about it and you know understanding how hard it is to be great as an athlete and great at anything You know that. That was kind of that moment for me in wrestling when i saw myself in.
"eller" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"This is nicky. Colin guy canada fishes asia and. Welcome to the wnba. How's it going. Wnba nation welcome again We are very excited. We have a special interview today. We wanted to get a chance to dive a little bit in this. If you have been on the wnba twitter verse over the last week or so you might have caught windows and we. We're excited a chance to chat with her about this. But today we have very special guest impact wrestling. Do i call you superstar. Impact wrestling knockout. I'll do it superstar. Rachel l. ring recent recently knockouts tag team champion bronze-medalist to her own right in the world powerlifting championships. I could go on a of accolades you guys are gonna if you're new to the wrestling world and this is your first time hearing from a wrestler. You're going to get to know her very glad. she's fantastic. But rachel thank you so much for taking the to join us. Hey thank you so much for having me. I'm i'm thrilled to be here and share my love of hoops. You guys and i. We can talk a little wrestling as well now. I wanted to jump off with something that might be a bit of a surprise because we just before we started this talk a little bit about wanted talk basketball soccer wrestling i. To be honest. I saw your twitter profile and i want to jump in immediately and talk a little bit about for a second. If you don't mind you already. I i saw that. Yeah you're theater enthusiasts. I thought that was interesting. So i hereby perspective. I've curious some people. Just do that on twitter to be fun but is that a for real for real thing or as for real for real thing. I that is so funny. You kick the interview off with that. I'm the real to talk about them. So you know the last year and a half has been really tough for a lot of people and not just immediately go into a very heavy subject but at the start of the pandemic I was working with. Wwe and they released now throughout the pandemic. You know probably about a hundred wrestlers in so my son and my boyfriend were two of those people and you know our entire adult lives. We've been committed to being the best. Prowrestler we can and wwe was my dream job since i was you know in high school and so that was a really tough time for me at about that stain time. The vancouver query 'em. They got a rescue babies theater in and they started to have a live stream of his name is joe we and now he's over a year old but every day. I'm not kidding. When i say that every day you will have joey on in the house. And now he's with you know the seven other otters there so we've got to kind of grow up and you know. He was like seven pounds when he was rest here now. He's just a big chunk. And so i was just so good for mental health. You noted just watch something so cure and the people there that took care of him. And you know they start with bottle feeding him and now he's just thriving and so it was such a pile of our day and throughout the last year and a half. We've learned so much about the and we just are in love with them and so yeah. I added that in my bil- with pride. No that's fantastic. I bring it up because they show otters ridley theme in our family. We my wife. And i went to visit remember visiting the seattle aquarium on our honeymoon and like the last exhibit there is there otter exhibit. We legitimately just stood there. Giggling to each other is complete adults. I remember we bought offer puppet there for a long time. It was our christmas tree topper so we put santa hat on him and it was otter caused. That's who our top was. But now it's used daily because my my son just turned three We like to read to him throughout the day. Especially before bed. And he won't read with mom and dad. He has to read with mr otter. So one of us have to put on the auto puppet. And mr otter has to read with them every day. So when i saw that i was like oh. I already feel kinship there. That's perfect so i love that that is that's such a great connection between us. Then yeah i. I'm so thankful for them. I jokingly call them water teddy bears and they got me through some difficult days in the last year and a half. Just they're you know they're so calming and and adorable right when they hold hands cry of happiness. So i'm gonna have that in common no absolutely. I glad we were able to dig it on that because it had been in my mind since i saw that. But obviously we're we're here to mostly talk about basketball. I know a lot of Us picking up on you came from a twitter thread where you had a chance to dive in a little bit on on what women's basketball meant to you and your boyfriend able to head out to phoenix mercury game which is one of the best news needs league. I and so we really wanted to get a chance to hear your story and and really what got you into the game. You're kinship to especially uconn basketball and damage eurocity and everything that comes with your story and basketball is a big part of it so diving into what would you say would be one of your first main memories of following women's basketball growing up so i started playing basketball when i was in sixth grade. And i'm from a really small town in central minnesota and being competitive and feisty. Were not really things that people love to see in women athletes their hand. That's been me since i can remember. You know. I played football at one point and i was on the guy scene because we didn't have a girls team and you know dow even my profession being a professional wrestler. You know it's a very male dominated sport and so being competitive inspire is me. It's part of who i am. So that was really shunned upon when i was growing up by coaches and teachers. You know i'd had extended family members. Tell me it wasn't lady like to get so upset. Calls in games and stuff like that. I can laugh about it now but at the time it was really difficult to kind of just. My mom was my biggest supporter in being a true competitive athlete. And then i ended up kind of getting into the u. of m. You know the lady gophers their basketball team. The gentleman car mccarville in lindsay whalen at the time of easy to fall in love with them. But i didn't pay much attention to uconn freshman year but her sophomore year kind of when she burst on the scene. I just saw her and saw myself in her and and just fell in love. Because you know anyone who's seen d it knows she is the ultimate competitor. And if you will talk talk and still bark back at the rats bark the other players like there's no hesitancy there and i was just drawn to her and i fell.
"eller" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"His word in alarm from him. And i wanna take all pressure off of this because anytime we talk about going to the source or spending time with the source we can think of that as a chore or something. That's really hard. When i say just show up. Just show up. Just show what knowing that you bring him joy by being in his presence and when you ask him that question what can i do to bring you joy today. I promise you this maybe not in that moment but sometime throughout that they they'll show you something that will bring him absolutely joy in it may be the smallest of things but this is a connection. Is that connection. That keeps us in that place of knowing a good friend of mine says a couple of things that i'm thinking about now issued as you're talking She says faith is not a feeling. It's a knowing. Yeah and she also talks about co laboring with the lord partner partnership. You're not absolutely connection. Yeah yeah you know. I was trying to think of his henry. Black vase said that god is always working that wherever we're at got his always working and what we tend to do is we tend to say lord. Will you show up and work with me. And what i'm doing and what black vase says is that when we asked the lord you know. I know you're always working. So where do you want me to show up. So that i can partner with you and sometimes that's in your marriage. Sometimes that's in the heart of a child sometimes as a heart of a neighbor. No and sometimes it's a new like he's working in you in the nfl. Look at these last two or three years of pandemic breast cancer. My daughter getting breast cancer. My son going through a dark dark place. All of these things. I think the lord was absolutely doing a work in the heart of suzy. Eller in saying. We're gonna teach you to utterly suzy. Trust in me. No matter what you see a matter what should go onto and now i stand i stand no matter what i stand in so in looking for ways working and asking the lord help few to show up to partner with him in whatever that might be what you just said makes so much sense and even if someone doesn't have your testimony yet they have not made perhaps been in the valley as often or as long as you have been. I think that there's so much that they can take from what you just said. And from your book and you and you have written other books certainly. Yeah yeah this this is. This is the newest one. But they can go to your website and take a look at your at your other books and tell us where we can find. You sure you can find me. At suzanne eller dot com in that suzanne with z..
Capitals Beat Flyers in Overtime, Penguins Win East Division
"Conor Sheary scored a short handed goal in overtime to give the capitals a two one win over Philadelphia the flyers were in line for a regulation victory until Lars eller scored with thirty nine point eight seconds left the capitals late goals came too late for them to keep their east division title hopes alive the penguins clinch the division when the caps one of the O. T. but Washington will have home ice advantage in the first round the capitals finished the game without T. J. Oshie because of a lower body injury suffered in the second period I'm Dave Ferrie
Forsyth County deputies arrest suspected catalytic converter thief in metro Atlanta
"This week, accusing him of stealing catalytic converters. W. D. Yu wins AUSTIN Eller with that story, according to a press release from the first sight, county Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrested 37 year old Dimitrius Frederick following multiple recent reports of stolen catalytic converters. A deputy was checking on a business on post road when they witnessed a Dodge Durango parked near one of the businesses vehicles around 10 P.m.. As the deputy approached the vehicle, the Durango pulled away, and the deputy noticed a catalytic converter on the ground. After a brief chase and a search on foot deputies arrested Frederick Upon his arrest, Detectives found multiple catalytic converters in the back of Frederick's vehicle. Wdun news time Almost 605.
Caps edge Bruins 2-1 in SO in Chara's return to Boston
"Jacob Marada notched the only shootout goal as the capitals that the Bruins to to want to regain sole possession of the east division lead it was a damage Charles first game in Boston since the former Bruins captain was allowed to sign a free agent contract with Washington neither team scored until David Pasternak beat Vitek vantage check early in the third period Lars eller tied it about five minutes later before the caps improved to seven one and one in their last nine games capitals forward T. J. Oshie throughout the whole game you know it's pretty evenly fought but I think for the most part we did a good job of drawing we control and that's how we play took arrest stopped twenty seven shots but was unable to pick up his three hundredth career victory I'm the ferry
Georgia man arrested in Atlanta; sentenced to prison for attempting to leave country with child porn
"North Georgia man called with child pornography is he was trying to board a plane to the Philippines last year has been handed a five year federal prison sentence. We get that story from W W wins Austin Ellers, Full agents with Homeland Security were able to arrest 40 year old Nathaniel Barber of Canton last January after they received a tip he was planning to travel outside the country. Commit sex crimes against minors. When they arrested Barbara at the Atlanta airport. They confiscated his cell phone and a tablet. The U. S attorney's office says A forensic search of the items revealed that Barbara had joined an online group or members posted and shared child pornography. There were more than 100, pornographic images and videos on the devices. In addition to the five year prison sentence, Barber will serve a 10 year probation and pay a 51 $100
Sheary, Vrana score as Capitals beat Penguins 3-1
"The capitals four game losing streak is over following a three one victory at Pittsburgh the game was scoreless until Conor Sheary scored four fifty two into the second period Jacob Marada also tallied in the middle period before Lars eller made it three nothing sixty nine seconds into the third VTech vantage check turned back twenty six shots and blanked the penguins until Zach Aston Reese beat him with four fifty five to play Tristan Jarry stopped thirty nine shots for the pens who lost for the first time in six home games this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Nuclear and Multimodality Imaging Coronary Ischemia
"Welcome back everyone. It's time for car. Dealers go nuclear with today's discussion about the multitude of clinical utilities of nuclear cardiovascular imaging within the broader context of multi modality imaging. We are just so thrilled to be joined by our imaging nerds colleagues doctors. Eric hut elbow skinny and wild jaber erica. It gives me so much joy heavy back on our audience will remember you from our cleveland clinic. Cnc are episode episode number. Seventy six on our patient with spontaneous. Pap ruptured related to vascular. Eller donald syndrome so for everyone. Erica was born and raised in costa rica where she received her medical degree from university. Costa rica she trained in internal medicine at the cleveland clinic. Where fortunately for us. She couples matched to stay here for cardiology along with mr dr. Eric hut aka jose. Aguirre truly power couple. Erdo will be staying here for cardiovascular imaging fellowship at beyond being clinical and a research powerhouse. Erica is a leader within the program as her classes fell representative erika. Thanks for joining us high. And it's a pleasure to be back. Thank you for that very kind introduction. I gotta say that. It's thanks to my mentors family and friends that i'm where i am today and i'm more than excited to introduce one of those individuals. Although skin on the cardiovascular imaging fellow at brigham and women's hospital he obtained his medical degree from Willing willingness swallow and completed his internal medicine residency including chief year at cleveland clinic and then moved on to cardiovascular fellowship at this institution although not only a spurt clinician and a researcher but also an exceptional mentor and a friend. And i actually met all during my interview at ccf when he was achieved I blame him. For recruiting me and six more latin americans to my residency class all of which actually became very close friends on one. My husband so thank you all for guiding my steps and really molding future so got. Thank you for those kind words. We have great times back into clinic. Both control mason in the work hard to try to you to the clinic somber. Happy that's the case. You're following through the path of of imaging so an amid. Thank you for the invitation diseases. Great session we're looking forward to do these for some time. So he's my to pressure to actually introduce the doco alligator book. Java's attended cardiologists at the cleveland clinic. He's director of new collapse. And director of the core lab. For the cleveland clinic. But beyond that the jerry's is is a friend of father to me as a person who has been all the way through. My journey in cardiology now could imaging in half neural networks expressed Grateful i am to have him in my life. We call him l. hefei just as a way to show him respect and gratitude and show him how we like him hale. Thank you so much for these kind words. now thank you for having a Show in guys is basically. There's no better time to spend your saturday this except of course watching boss place football but again. It's you know you look at these at yourself and you hear these words you think of yourself thank you all feel old inspect only comes with age and thank you guys old florida or not. Only keeping us always up to date but fighting us and You started shows again how you can change the way. We actually learn medicine. Cardiology from an up down up down way of delivering information. What everybody's waiting for the people in gray hair sitting in now. Beautiful offices in universities threatening us web to waiting for them to come up with a verdict every four or five years guidelines versus you taking this down to the level of practicing and cardiologists toward actually in training or early career and disseminating information. Because you can reflect. Shine the light on. The most important issues is face every day clinics and in the hospital home floors globally with the pandemic and then you can also actually at transcend all these rigid structures. We developed over the past. Maybe thousands of years cardiology and make these structures louis invade democrat. So thank you so much that and there's nobody that person actually reflect this new method or way of learning than erica. Erica is amazing amazing. Amazing human being an amazing physician. And i for the feel fuelling vitals of had in my life over the past two years have been at the cleveland clinic. It's such a pleasure to spend after
Northeast Georgia Health System offering COVID-19 vaccine events for 65 and older
"Or older in the region can now schedule an appointment to get a cove in 19 vaccine with northeast Georgia held system, according to a press release from N G. Hs. The health system plans to hold seven covert 19 vaccine clinic events across north Georgia this month. Locations include Oakwood, Dawsonville, Wind, er, Gainesville and Toccoa. Follow up events will also take place in February to receive the second dose of the vaccine for a full list of the vaccine clinics and a link to schedule. Willen appointment. Visit Our website Access Wdun. Austin Eller.
Wonder Woman 1984 Review: DC Sequel a Major Step Down From the Original
"Hbo max yes we we just we said. Let's all sit down the four of us and watch this for christmas dinner after christmas dinner. No spoilers not going to give anything away his early get it literally Follow the path of good old. Dc's i'm concerned okay. In a bad way in a bad way in a bad way. It's it's way too long to over. Two and a half hours story seems to be canada all over the place. Especially you know. We don't even need to talk about special effects the effects a fine. Well the facts okay. There even helps when she's running and doing her her superhero type things. Where it's like. This could have looked a little better disappointed. The linda fell asleep halfway through our robin. His girl here he got up walked out before it was like she was looking at her fallen. I would i stay with the justice. Stay with it can't in much better. We can you talk about one of the villains. Pedro pascal from mandalorian men learning. Yeah this is the season was it a waste it. Yes unless he was. I mean he. He played his. He played his part but there was no. There was no body to the part. Sure the bad guy. He's doing what he's doing. I never felt invested in it and the the whole the whole storyline is is shaky at some point. You like well. Why is the wonder woman. Character really involves missing first place from the beginning. And just the whole premise. The whole premises is just just off. Sorry this is you know. I always like to just to have them same thing again. I by blue raisins cavill library. So i can go watchings anytime this eller even watch it again. I will tell you the post credits. Scene was the best part of the movie. You saw it today. Okay so today. I said to myself you agree with me. I was like. Where are we going with this way where we where are we going with this and number number two was the post credits. Scene was the best of it took the opening scene. That i was the ten minutes. Maybe i enjoyed that. That was okay. Let's the action and running around and blah blah blah little little diana l. That was fine. No problem with that. That's where it all came apart from iran. But yeah you're right at the end game which i almost skipped. I said we the second not walk. i didn't know about it. i didn't know about it either. I didn't know about it. I was kinda avoiding the Spoilers were ww eighty four was the best part. Was like all my goodness yeah. That was nice so bs. That's all. I got to say there
"eller" Discussed on By His Grace
"Because, condemnation keeps me start. With, you leads me to all those other areas where you already know who I am becoming. That's so good and I think of the versa, he who began a good work in me he is faithful to complete it. He is faithful. Yourself projects best. You know we're not a DIY project sitting out on the curb were not. We are someone who? He calls US and scripture a masterpiece and that sounds lofty and even egotistical that when I looked at it is of Lord. And you're the potter I'm weekly and instead of playing this. Road to nowhere game in my head. What if I exchange this condemnation for connections you where will you take me? Watt will you show me? What will you do me do me and it is a complete shift a flip and there's one question that I tell I share that we should ask more feelings way instead of asking the question is, how do I measure today less flip that question to what measured Jesus do I need today because that changes the conversation. Yeah, because all of us are failed were all flawed were all centers and in sin is sin is sin to God right I mean it's it's not like this sin is worse than this and it's all sin he's.
"eller" Discussed on By His Grace
"Thing and I love the way that you talk about the things that try to steal our joy and this book. So I'M GONNA. Ask you maybe a hard question what. Is What is the one why that maybe you have believed or struggled with or what has tried to? What are some of the things that have tried to steal your joy? Yeah. So I want to start with the the precept which is kind of the biggest lie. Is that joyous? Only a feeling? That is just merely a feeling and so what happens misty? Let's say that we have day remorse sad or a day room or angry or a day room or confused or frustrated. Sometimes, the What we do in this moments is either somebody else replace condemnation on because we're not happy. or joy filled. And what we need to understand is that joy is more than a feline joyous unknowing because there are going to be days that we are sad and they are going to be days that we're confused or frustrated or cynical, or trying to figure things out, and that doesn't make us a less lovable to God that doesn't make us any less faith field because got not only cares about how we feel he created as to feel. And so that that would be the biggest joy dealer and this is where I found. I wrote this book I wrote this book in a year called scarred. Turned in my manuscript and then Watson another year that made scarred look like nothing and Mrs What I've found is that Dust feelings that I have. I have a safe place to go with those and not only that those feelings are indicators of where I need God to fight with me and in me and through me the most. So if I pushed them down or mass them or pretend they're not there they're gonNA show up later down the road. Yeah. Yeah as a as I was reading I thought about you know I lost a baby to try some eighteen and and I thought I was being very strong and very stoic and I remember some of my friends praying for me and I think they saw this facade.
"eller" Discussed on By His Grace
"She speaks I. Remember the first time I went to she speaks SR walking down the hall and before like they're susie. eller And then I had the chance to to read some of her her books and hear her speak and now I am so excited because she has written a new book called Joy Keeper Susie is an author and a speaker podcast host and a wife and a Mama and grandma, and we are going to just talk about all the things that have to do with joy today and the struggles that we face that try to rob us of our joy. So suzie welcome to the by His grace podcast roams the thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. Well it was a lot of fun I was reading your book yesterday and I got to the point in the book that talks about you with your grandchildren and I'm like, did she name her car after me? Well for those who are listening I have I have a car that my grandkids thing is real and not just a real car but like real person and sometimes I don't WanNa go get ice cream but misty dies and so they love her. That was just really fun that you just have this fun silly side with with your grandchildren and. But today we're going to get into happiness is one thing and silliness is one thing. But having joy is is a totally different.
"eller" Discussed on By His Grace
"Are you struggling to be joyful in the season? Hi, I'm your host. Misty Philip the author of the struggle Israel. But so is God, Bible Study and the host of the by His grace podcast. Today, we're going to talk about the struggle of fighting for joy. Joy is more than a feeling. Joy transcends our feelings and in. Jesus we can have true joy. I'm going to read to you from Zephenia chapter three in the King James version version in verse seventeen it says the Lord God in the midst of the is mighty he will save. He will rejoice over the with joy. He will rest in his love he will joy over the with singing. And I don't know about you friend. But that brings me so much comfort to know that I can rest in a sovereign God. No matter when I see the world around me falling apart I know that in Jesus there is rest and not only that but that he that he sings over me with joy. So friends, I encourage you to listen in as I interview Suzy Eller talk about her new book the joy keeper and how we can fight for joy even in the midst of hard times..
Washington, DC homeless shelter says strict health policies helped fend off coronavirus infections
"Strict preventative measures when the Corona virus pandemic began, and they say it's worked, the Central Union Mission homeless Shelter says. Cleaning a mask wearing requirements. A donation of a $20,000 UV light portal from Washington Capitals player Lars Eller and daily helped evaluations have kept them from having any confirmed cases of the Corona virus. We worked really hard to get ahead of this thing quickly. Joseph met. Amano, president and CEO of Central Union Mission, says that the shelter has kept about 75 homeless men safe by implementing a set bed list and requiring strict sheltering in place. He said, some of them and started to get cabin fever, so we increased the number of Classes that we were doing to keep people occupied. We went out bought pink on cables. You know anything we could do just to keep people active. Valerie bonked w T o P news coming up on the GOP in the
Messi Dazzles as Barca Advance
"Barcelona taking on Napoli One, one, this of course going. into the second leg at the camp. Now, boss in the end winning by three goals to one heads of discussing Alley Moreno Frank Leboeuf who's about to become a grandfather for the first time. He's adore to in labor and without comment we also introduced Craig Burley as well to the program Craig. Let's start. Shall we reflecting on that win for at the camp now once again Lionel Messi was instrumental. Thank. You. So when you went for thirty thousand and just just delaying the inevitable for him one more game going to the core finals. You know and you can't say much more than. in terms of the performance, it was unsurprising that. Not Play who finished seventh and Sarah will still very much towards the end of the game I thought that you'd brought Milijana Burt eller physical presence. And get more balls in the balked. He didn't do that until the last ten or twelve minutes and so bacelona got away with it was messy sharpness. That gotten through particularly the the bold inactivation killer Bali. For, the kick, but there was one or two calls in the Game B-. Bustle, and got the job done is they should have. Done done against the site are not the best in Syria. We'll talk about some of these dubious calls in a moment but I thought you talked about the so much. Have we I feel after every Barcelona game about how dependent they are on messy? Yeah, it's it's not gonNA take not anytime soon that is the way that they play and everybody on the field looks for where Messi is and give him the ball and led him resolve the issues. There isn't any more productivity coming from anywhere else other on the field. There is a through ball from anybody else there isn't a final pass from anybody else across from anybody else if it's not messy, essentially winning the ball given to himself, crossing the to himself and finishing himself it's very, very difficult to see where Barcelona produces Brielle, goalscoring opportunities and. Again. Today we saw Nantong agrees bid a lot of running a lot a lot of work for the team defensively by very little impact offensively restarted scores have penalty gig, but very little outside of that and really what was truly surprising about this game in the second half is to see Barcelona at home just renounced possession just four for the possession say, yeah, you will. You have the ball you see if you can create something on, we're going defend. Now this is Barcelona we're talking about this is not a millennial team. This is not a defensive team, per se and yet at team that you have historically seen at the count now just knocking the ball around really. Possession Monday, the rhythm of the game that is not what we saw today in the second half they were more than happy to sit behind the ball, very unlike Barcelona but in the end effective effective and to advance onto the next round. Frank is testament to what have done in this competition over previous years. The even three one up I home with ten minutes ago you still felt you had to watch this game to the end just in case Napoli got back into it. Yes. Exactly. Because you know that defensive, a bustling is very fragile and the showed that many many times and. And the consistency now they're the talent is not as well except that you have a fantastic little man missy to also do young think he did well, I mean the outside the food when he gave him the giftable macy when he scored and the goal was. disallowed. is an absolute beauty but otherwise, Yeah Celine Craig, it's very very. Well you. No performance style you know where where you don't see many things you you see only one guy doing the difference and that's it and you you I wanted to to see after the. Win Win scalding just before the off time. Say Six second time. It's going to be better. Maybe we're going to see something. Well, he didn't happen to the bid at some point but. How. The of the day you Didn't see a good game good game I. so average she'll team against I've sees a dude, the shade of the that we known I think we're doing the rest of these bustle and a disservice here. Yeah, they're under performance. There's no doubt about it, but sometimes players even the best players are looking for guidance and we know we know there are holes in the boss loners squad the there's quite a few top teams have holes in the squad. But did you spend all in? Well, let's see. It's just a messy for Barcelona. I think when you look around, I think what they need to find as as yeah, a balance within the squad which comes through budget. But a coach, find a key to unlock the clear talent there, and it takes some pressure off message Volvo they struggled and lost his job and said to him was a man it was going to commend with as Grit football style from Betas and nuts really not happened, and so there is more in the locker for boss of them were seeing I'd just feel that the sampler not playing well, another players looking for guidance. And yet defined the court this going to command and the last twelve to eighteen months or so and fainter sets up the gets the best of everybody else as well as getting the best Lino. Messy then Barcelona will be in better
"eller" Discussed on KOMO
"An option for Jonathan Eller. He goes to one of three anytime fitness gyms in the Yakama area that have actually reopened. He says he feels safe, especially why I love this gym. Set the example for really what we should be doing everywhere with cleanliness. And I mean, gosh, everybody wipes down their machines. There's what is it the antibacterial stuff everywhere it opening a gym to the public isn't allowed in his or many other Washington counties. The state has yet to move in and enforce its orders that any gym gathering over five people is still not allowed. Ryan Calvert Camo News. The latest daily numbers of Koven 19 infections down a little bit in Washington state as of Saturday evening, the latest day that we have data form, the state Health Department says. 630. New to new cases have been Felton that's puts the 14 day average number of daily cases at 868 pushes Washington well above the 58,000 cases. In total. The Department of Corrections officer in eastern Washington has died of Cove in 19 the Yakama County Department of Corrections, says Officer Down Oaks, a 15 year veteran of the department, died Saturday after being hospitalized with covert 19. The jail was the scene of an outbreak that saw 34 officers and 130 inmates infected. Last week. Jail officials said seven inmates and 12 corrections officers were infected and the others had recovered. A memorial fund will be established for Officer Oakes, wife and two Children. Hurricanes coma news Come on news time. 1 30 for that means it's time to get a check traffic couple of things to point out to you. There's up in Bellingham. This is the main one we're looking at. There's an accident reported by the Department of Transportation's blocking the North bound lanes of Highway 5 39th That's right. Guide Meridian Road are on guide with brilliant road right in East Accident Road in federal way They're some ramp restrictions. Fire response in that area is causing restrictions on I five north bound from 272nd Street at Exit 147. We'll have your next traffic report coming up at 1 44 but this traffic report is brought to you by lows. Clothes for pros. The loyalty program gives pros personalized officer offers purchased. Tracking and more sign of it. Lows for pros dot com slash pro loyalty terms and conditions Apply United States Only now let's get a check of traffic. Here is Kristen Clark. Typical early August weather for us the next few days. Partly cloudy for the interior lowlands, But you'll likely notice more cloud cover over the higher elevations as we're attracting light.
Antibody research indicates coronavirus may be far more widespread than known
"And a new antibody study out of Stanford medicine painting an encouraging picture fifty to eighty fold more people in Santa Clara county California had covert nineteen antibodies than had been believed ABC medical contributor Dr Todd eller and explains what that means that's good news because that means that even though we think only seven hundred thousand people have had confirmed cases in the U. S. it's more like tens of millions of people so the mortality overall is much less than the four percent that we thank but as of this morning at least seven thirty seven thousand people in the U. S.
"eller" Discussed on WTOP
"WV twenty sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white they read Frank capitals to fall to the penguins of forty three at camp one arena Lars eller did scored twice for the cap screws he also goal but not enough paying ones get to win a cap one capitals coach John rear service was definitely closer to our identity and sometimes into a you know you get everybody as a as your group involved and to arrive Lori I you know you don't understand what it really means so to guess two periods to get to that now or in the third we gave ourselves a chance and unfortunately come out goal short again pains me the caps forty three how bout Georgetown hoops come back from seventeen down beat St John's on the road seventy to seventy one in the hallways were in a big hole down seventeen with just over sixteen to play they come back and get the big east victory callin down as Super Bowl fifty four six thirty kick off from Miami Kansas city versus San Francisco the chiefs still a slight one point favorite in this one the soon to be Las Vegas raiders are poised to pursue quarterback Tom Brady if Brady doesn't re sign with the patriots before free agency starts that's according to ESPN Redskins tight end Vernon Davis apparently is retiring sits on a video on Twitter in one of the pre game shows as well Davis spent the last four years of his career with the scans were racked up eight touchdowns over seventeen hundred yards receiving so Vernon Davis is headed off into retirement NFL players unions gonna get together and vote on a seventeen game NFL season for the next CD a we'll see if they want to say yea or nay to that the owners certainly want that tennis Novak Djokovic wins his eighth Australian Open title takes out Dominic team it was a close one in five sets of hurricane read of it you'll be sports thank you Frank coming up after traffic and weather at some high school kids have been through a lot of trial Emma got some special treatment ahead of the Superbowl.
Cook, Vikings upend Saints 26-20 in OT in NFC playoffs
"Lars Kirk cousins eller score and Kyle to Rudolph a one connect in overtime on a four in yard that gave touchdown the capital's on the first an amazing drive of five overtime four as come the from Viking behind stone win over the saints the sharks twenty six the capital's twenty trail drew for Brees two and the with saints forty rally six from point ten nine points seconds down in to the go fourth but Jacob then Parana the game to cut overtime the lead to on one a forty with a second nine yard goal field of the goal game by wil Lutz and then T. J. the Vikings Oshie won tied the overtime the game toss with and chose fourteen to receive point two that's seconds were cousins to go took over setting the capitals up the game of winning scored pass seven to Rudolph goals with this a year forty with a six three yard on five bomb to advantage Adam three one eller I got says Minnesota there's down a reason to the why New Orleans even to though things be were protected coming use of force we ran with it the we football didn't quit and probably had thirty five and forty we just rushing got reported attempts that young to there's to a whole opportunities lot of reasons and we won the game to the quarterback cabelos play on a role both in that yes Evander but Kane had a hat it trick was it with all was a three team goals went to coming sixty in the second Vikings period advance the San Braden Francisco Holtby made twenty without five facing saves NFC's in the win top seed Greg the forty heist Niners Washington I'm Deni count
"eller" Discussed on AP News
"Lars eller score to a 1 in overtime in that gave the capital's an amazing 54 come from behind win over the sharks the capital's trail for 2 with 46.9 seconds to go but Jacob Parana cut the lead to 1 with a second goal of the game and then T. J. Oshie tied the game with 14.2 seconds to go the capitals of scored 7 goals this year with a 6 on 5 advantage eller says there's a reason why even though things were coming use of force with it we didn't quit and and we just got reported that young to to opportunities and cabelos on both Evander Kane had a hat trick with all 3 goals coming in the second period Braden Holtby made 25 saves in the win Greg heist Washington
Eller's goal completes Capitals' stunning OT win over Sharks
"Lars eller score to a one in overtime in that gave the capital's an amazing five four come from behind win over the sharks the capital's trail for two with forty six point nine seconds to go but Jacob Parana cut the lead to one with a second goal of the game and then T. J. Oshie tied the game with fourteen point two seconds to go the capitals of scored seven goals this year with a six on five advantage eller says there's a reason why even though things were coming use of force with it we didn't quit and and we just got reported that young to to opportunities and cabelos on both Evander Kane had a hat trick with all three goals coming in the second period Braden Holtby made twenty five saves in the win Greg heist Washington
Caps rally from 2 down in final minute for win
"Capital scored twice in the final minute of regulation that Lars eller scored the game winner in over over time so the caps beat the sharks five four in
"eller" Discussed on AP News
"The Washington Capitals use a strong second period to earn a 43 road victory over the Carolina hurricanes after a scoreless first Washington got back to back goals in the second by Richard politicking of getting his that's ought to take a 2 nothing lead after 40 minutes Jordan stall opened the scoring in the third for the hurricanes putting them within 1 but goals by Lars eller Jake of Ronald for Washington gave them a 41 lead Carolina would score 2 more goals the third to get within 1 once again but Washington was able to seal the win capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov made 38 saves in the wind Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Capitals edge Hurricanes behind Kuznetsov, Eller
"The Washington Capitals use a strong second period to earn a four three road victory over the Carolina hurricanes after a scoreless first Washington got back to back goals in the second by Richard politicking of getting his that's ought to take a two nothing lead after forty minutes Jordan stall opened the scoring in the third for the hurricanes putting them within one but goals by Lars eller Jake of Ronald for Washington gave them a four one lead Carolina would score two more goals the third to get within one once again but Washington was able to seal the win capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov made thirty eight saves in the wind Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Super Markstrom helps Canucks to shootout win over Capitals
"Both more bad scored in the seventh round of the shoot out while Jake up more extra made thirty two saves to lead the Canucks to their second straight win with a two one victory over the capitals Jacob Rhonda gave the capitals on one nothing lead to twenty two when in the game but alias Patterson tied the game at one with a five on three power play goal with six minutes to go in the period J. T. Miller had the assist on that goal I love playing here hello winning here it's hard team to play against some of the best in the league and I think we prove that you listen guys outline of we have to go back to plan that hockey we're playing a couple weeks ago the capital's thought they had a Lars eller goal in the fifth round of the shoot out but after video replay that goal was disallowed Craig heist Washington
Is Joker a 'Dangerous' Movie? Director Todd Phillips Responds to Critics
"Director Todd Phillips Take on the jokers starring Joaquin Phoenix is bringing bringing up a now familiar conversation what is Hollywood's role when it comes to gun violence and how should the industry respond to concerns about excessive violence in film NTV Brent Lang is executive editor for film immediate variety and he wrote about why the families of the twenty twelve Aurora theater shooting are concerned about joker oh car. Hey Brent Hi John can you I set up a little bit of the premise of joker and how violence is part of its story sure so joker is is an origin story and it it takes a look at this man who's a mentally disturbed man living with his kind of crazy mother and a very rundown rundown part of the city and he has kind of aspirations of being a stand up comic and you know without giving too much away those those dreams don't come to pass and instead he kind of gradually loses touch with reality and a lot of violence ensues and but as part of that he kind of inspires this anarchic uprising in Gotham city and it is it is a very violent very bloody very R a-rated comic book adaptation so how much of the premise or the violence is behind the families of the Aurora shooting victims to write this letter and Dan share their concerns well as far as I can tell the families of the Aurora shooting victims have not seen the film they're they're reacting to kind live coverage of the pitcher and and they say that you know when their letter they say that that they've heard that it presents the character as a as a protagonist with a sympathetic origin origin story and and that gave them pause and they're they're very clear though they're they're not asking Warner Brothers to not release the movie they say that they support the right to free speech and free expression but then they also sort of take a page out of Spiderman and say with with great power comes great responsibility so they're using this film to Urge Warner Brothers and its parent company Warner Media and I suppose at and T. as an extension extension to become more involved in the issue of gun reform and they're asking for the company to support of certain in sort of specific means of of social engagement they're asking them to end political contributions to candidates who who take money from the NRA they're asking them to used their their clout and their platform to pressure Congress to act for gun reform and they're also asking them to help fund survivor funds and and gun violence intervention programs and it seems like the conversation around joker is part of a broader conversation around violence in Hollywood your or editor in chief. Claudia eller wrote an op Ed for variety around the time that blunt house productions film the hunt was dropped by universal pictures. The headline on that piece is why it's time for Hollywood to reconsider the amount of violence on screen so even if the families from Aurora are not really asking Warner Brothers to limit the violence that is in their movies it does feel like these things are starting to percolate up and there might might be a bigger conversation. That's either about to happen or is already happening. Absolutely I mean I think that that this is a conversation that that's been happening for a while. It's interesting I talked to someone named Igor Volk Street and he runs an organization called guns down America and he helped craft this letter and I actually asked him sort of specifically if they were implying that that there was a connection between onscreen violence and and and gun violence and he was very careful and he said actually science doesn't back that up and that that they aren't contending that but just because he thinks that it doesn't mean that other people don't and I think it's a debate that's going to continue through the release of joker and onto the release of other violent movies that Hollywood backs. I WANNA play a a little bit of what Joker Director Todd Phillips and star Joaquin Phoenix said about this issue in an interview with the website jeon. There have been a lot of pieces written by people people who proudly state they haven't even seen the movie and they don't need to. I would just argue that you might want to watch the movie you might want to watch it with an open mind. The movie make statements about lack of love childhood trauma lack of compassion in the world and I think people can handle that message. It's it's it's uncomfortable. It's uncomfortable for for all of us. I think we all are aware of these issues and we are concerned. I think that's why we talk about it I. I don't think that we can be afraid to talk about it so they're offering this defense but it feels like this debate is probably GonNa get a lot more interesting really soon around movies like this absolutely and as you mentioned it already existed around the hunt now I will just say that as somebody. I'm not a critic but I did see joker and I can't say that I thought that it had a lot of profound things to say about violence in America or what what what Spurs people to violent action I didn't think that that anything there was was terribly deep to me it sort of played like a riff on Scorsese films like taxi driver or King of comedy movies that had a little more depth but that's my personal opinion and is it possible Zabol that this whole debate could affect the way the film has received might have some consequences. I think it definitely could it could have consequences on the box office. If people you know have safety concerns of some kind I it could have consequences on its awards chances because joker is being positioned as an awards play by Warner brothers Joaquin Phoenix who stars as the title character's was received a great deal of claim but if the film becomes too controversial potentially not that that kills its its Oscar chances so there's a lot of impact financially critically in in terms of awards Brent Lang is is the executive editor for film and Media at Variety Joker opens in theaters October fourth brand. Thanks much for coming back on the show. Thanks for having me.
Yoga Teacher 'Chose Life' While Lost in Hawaii for 2 Weeks
"Amanda Eller the physical therapist that survived for two weeks. Lost in a forest in Hawaii says she decided she just wasn't going to die. I had to choose life, and I said, this isn't just for me anymore, obviously, you know, I come I in its I have I have a sole purpose of being here on earth. You're listening to USA radio
"eller" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"One day. Amanda Eller will have a great story to tell right now, the physical therapist, and yoga teacher from Hawaii is glad to be alive. And on the mend after spending the last two weeks trapped between two waterfalls at a Maui. Four times total fear and loss and wanting to get off and come down to life and death, and I had the cheese. And I just like, hey, wasn't gonna take the easy way all the thirty five year old in the hospital being treated for among other things a broken leg. She says she survived her ordeal by eating plants and drinking water. President Trump is in Japan, but he's also focusing on matters back home. He's calling for an expedited appeal of federal judges ruling that blocks the use of a declaration of national emergency and funds diverted from the Pentagon to build a wall along the southern border drawer. Ledeen is an attorney with the ACLU national security project. President tried to do was basically completely disregarded democratic process and just take money that congress hadn't given to build the wall anyway. And it was really important for court to step in and say, you can't do that Ledeen says the judge's order is a win for the system of checks, and balances vice president Pence was a witness to history today, twenty nine thousand nine is the most diverse class in the history of the United. States military, academy. Gave the commencement address today at West Point to a class with a record breaking number of Hispanic and African American female cadets the cleanup continues across parts of the plains that were in the path of this week's tornado outbreak. Most every car.
"eller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Amanda Eller went on a hike may eighth in a forest on Maui. It's nine zero three at news ninety six point five WDBO. Hey, Sean Hannity, and you are listening to news ninety six five WDBO where Orlando turns for breaking news, weather, and traffic, twenty four hours a day. Whether by Southey steel appliance warehouse Cavaliers heating quickly, highs around ninety three this afternoon. Lots of sunshine with us and breezy then for tonight, mostly clear. We're to seventy one the heat builds further tomorrow, up to ninety five sunny skies and Memorial Day. Highs right around ninety six from channel nine eyewitness news. Meteorologist Brian shields. Now SafeTouch Security triple team traffic. Open roads, this morning all throughout central Florida. All along I four and our major expressways here. Nothing to worry about no accidents or crazy incidents to report. This report is sponsored by panerabread wake up with breakfast at Panara, try the new maple glazed bacon. Scrambled, egg and cheese breakfast ramp and a cold brew Panera food is it should be triple team traffic. I'm STAN Morris news ninety six point five WDBO coming soon. Temperature is rising. The pressure is dropping and it could be heading toward us. Get caught up in the drama hunters, no hurricane season. Hurricane season starts June first leaked the news ninety six point five WDBO part of your hurricane survival kit. Download it for free now for during and after a hurricane we li-, a news ninety six point five WDBO. Visit channel nine eyewitness news. Chief meteorologist Tom Terry. This is where Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic, news ninety six point five WDBO Joe Kelly. Join me for Orlando's morning news every weekday morning starting at five. Just ask Alexa, set alarm, and wake up to news ninety six point five WDBO. And when you get in your car, listen to ninety six point five FM, and I'll make sure to get you to work on time with triple team traffic and help you get around the changes from the I four ultimate project. Now our ask the experts weekend continues on news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. Welcome to on the money, right here on news ninety six point five WDBO on the money helping you with your investing with your money plans for more than twenty five years, the professionals at certified financial group have an answering questions for listeners every week on news ninety six point five WDBO, and it's the only call in program, where all the hosts are certified financial professionals, one of the oldest and largest independent financial planning firms in the area. Give us a call, eight four four to two zero zero nine six five the number to call in answer your questions. Eight four four to two zero zero nine six five. You can always text us this questions to two one two three two good morning guys. Good morning warning..
"eller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news. I'm Todd ant. Air Force One landing in Tokyo last hours. President Trump against a state visit Japan remains under the threat of potentially devastating US tariffs on autos, Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Abe is offering high honors golf and a chance to present a Trump Cup at a sumo wrestling championship. Mr. Trump also be the first world leader to meet new emperor, Nero Hideo, a bipartisan disaster relief package held up for now this one thousand nine billion dollar disaster. Assistance Bill has been pushed back for months already, and now congress won't vote on it until next week. At the earliest despite bipartisan support, Texas Representative chip ROY objected to a request to pass the Bill with unanimous consent. Friday is a Bill that includes nothing to address, the clear national emergency and humanitarian crisis. We face at our southern border. Congressman ROY said the Bill also has no plan for how to pay that nineteen billion dollar tab, congress returned from Oriel day recess June fourth. Trevor all to ABC news, Washington. US district judge. Haywood Gilliam, June. Halted President Trump from building sections of his long-sought Boorda wall, with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency twenty one year old Jake Paterson Friday sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the twenty eighteen killings of James and Denise close and kidnapping their daughter Jamie, Barron county judge James Babbler, while delivering his sentence, Mr. Paterson. You intentionally murdered two innocent. Parents parents, trying to protect their daughter, judge Babylon telling Patterson quote, you are one of the most dangerous men to ever walk on this planet in Hawaii, thirty five year old physical therapist. Amanda Eller who went missing a forest in Maui for more than two weeks, while hiking was found alive Friday, waving to a helicopter search team leader. Chris Burke, tells ABC News Radio despite the ordeal Ehlers in good shape. Sunburn, she lost her shoes if you'd is in. But she no injuries Eller is recovering Maui memorial. This is ABC news and.
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"A day before the deadline. The Trump administration admits it's not gonna make it maybe only half the youngest children will be reunited with their. Parents Sandy's kids are at a shelter for migrant children in Phoenix, Arizona. It's run by a Texas based company called southwest cay. So I call up the company. Hi, this is Jeff. He just. Calling from the Texas Tribune. How are you fine? That's Jeff Eller a spokesman for southwest cay, many of the kids separated at the border are staying at southwest key shelters, whether selfless keys in the loop about the plan for redefining these kids with their parents. We're watching court the same way you are in waiting to hear on the next steps from the office of rescue. Okay. So does that mean that you haven't heard any plans for them? I just said. To here on next steps from the office of refugee resettlement. I would imagine you all would have liked to get some information about how those people transported. That's just what I'm trying to figure out. We're waiting as nothing more than we're waiting on direction from the office of refugee resettlement without mentioning Sandy's name. I tell him about her case, I've just learned that she's been moved to a detention center near her kids in Phoenix. We actually know one mother who's been transferred to an zone better. Her youngest child is in the Phoenix southwest Saudi. I asked Jeff if he thinks they're going to be reunited, but he gives me the same response. We're waiting to hear on next steps for the office of refugee resettlement. Okay. So is it fair to say to that means you have not received any direction so far? That's what I want. I I'm not doing down that path. We're waiting to hear. I wanna know how this is going to play out for.