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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
"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.
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.
Parts of New York Reopen Amid Lower Case Count
"With the number of coronavirus deaths in New York dropping below one hundred for the first time since March the state is now talking about more areas re opening the mid Hudson region including Westchester Rockland county's Long Island all possibly re opening this week governor Cuomo may have more to say about that in his daily press briefing which of course we will cover here on ten ten wins right now though we go to A. B. C. news we get the latest on the national situation I again remind everyone the corona virus is not yet contained says FDA commissioner Steven Hahn in a tweet or he adds that social distancing mask wearing in hand washing will protect us all Dr John eller into infectious disease doctor and ABC news contributor he says taking those steps outside can be even more effective in reducing the risk of the virus the same principles that have kept us safe inside were more likely to be even safer outside because the virus I ate with culture violet radiation and the humidity less likely to to spread however more than ninety seven thousand people in the U. S. have died of covered nineteen the front page of today's New York times listing the names and information of one thousand
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.
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
Maui hiker found after 17 days, praises rescuers who "never gave up"
"Three volunteer rescuers who found a hiker more than two weeks after she disappeared in a Hawaii forest described their relation and relief after spotting her near a waterfall in deep vegetation, three said yesterday that they saw. Amanda Eller from a helicopter Friday, seventeen days after the thirty five year old physical, therapists, and yoga instructor went on a hike on Maui trail. They say they were crying and screaming and laughing when they
Eller, Chris Burke And Hawaii Forest discussed on America's Morning News
"Volunteer. Rescuers found a hiker more than two weeks after she disappeared in Hawaii forest described their elation and relief after spotting her near a waterfall in deep vegetation, Povey air ops, Chris Burke, west, and Troy Hellmers said on Monday that they saw Eller from a helicopter Friday. Seventeen days after the thirty five year old physical, therapists, and yoga instructor went for a hike on a Maui trail. They recall their harrowing rescue mission to NBC's today, I think a lot of hurts. With who she is her experience force itself, her knowledge of the vegetation, but in reality her physical therapy, you know her into human anatomy, her injuries. She was able to treat them and treat herself pretty much be able to assess her situation in the field and be able to move forward with those injures Chris, what do you say the most important decision? He made was the capterra lot deciding that she wanted to stay alive in the body can do a lot. But the, the will and spirit can do a lot more. And she was definitely out there long enough
Missing hiker Amanda Eller released from hospital today
"It's just a miracle to our daughter has come home to us and in a wonderful condition a broken leg. But otherwise in pretty good shape after sixteen days lost in the forest on Maui. Amanda Eller from her hospital, bed, respect and appreciation. I can't even put it into words for the people that have helped me the people that have paid for me. She lived on berries, and guavas and some
Yoga teacher found alive after 17 days lost in Hawaii forest
"Learning new details about Amanda, Ehlers, extraordinary will to survive the year old yoga instructor living on berries, plants and guavas for seventeen days, her suffering coming to an end. Thanks to a volunteer. Search and rescue effort, led by friends and strangers. Amandas angels, how the cancel cancel spotting Amanda from a helicopter. She was wedged between two waterfalls and the Kalou forest Eller was found the deep ravines hit a broken leg and was airlifted for hospital
Missing Maui Hiker Survived on Berries for 17 Days
"Two two weeks weeks ago. ago. Hawaii physical therapist, Amanda Eller went hiking in a forest preserve on Maui, and she disappeared on Friday, a helicopter rescue, crew checked a steep. Ravine near a waterfall and they found her alive. Her mother to Leah is overwhelm. And, and grateful. Our daughter has come home to us, and in a wonderful condition, despite having a broken leg Eller managed to find berries to eat, and she slept in wild-boar nests at night to stay warm
"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
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"eller" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Talk free runners. And after you can anything happen in good tell the last caller, honest. Expecting to be up the front challenging every weekend of looking for. Yeah. So I was looking at calendar Eller on this week, and you've gotten you track Bruno this year have you ever been to before now to be good? A new track to all of our big van Brunei's well for the first name build and we get on there. So you're competing and European town Cup this year what as the bag is differences between the two CDs. The Rodney level is lot higher. And it's just a bigger the bigger world spine and the European time. People's money, and you just comes down to time my time, and you just you just go screw you head down. And just get there. As a lot nicer to race on these beg open softest of the have over and Europe compared to what we have over here in the UK. Yeah. The big difference. Young looking at Kudrow pause. Competitive lens. Ya is tight failing. Even the bicep is anything different. To compare Valencian. Kaldor park is said to deafen world's between the two circuits. Now over nester all the fostering of the European town Cup, which happened not that we can there. But the weekend before you had an amazing rate to come home and second-place, unfortunately, clash with him even or toll across in star finishing. What were your initial reactions when the happened? Surprised? It was writing accent wasn't foes is this full. I go along corner east is small and light that just works. Right. Fred. And he came cost may I came across them on the end bothers. Is right in. But as long as the second place that come with a second place that weekend. Yep. Lose your first podium class yet. The week looking for top fifteen and a second place is unbelievable felt my in to be ripping championship. And just in a rookie team is with this. We're not big till you anything outside if out good. Did you won the race when both class or do thing the second or you know, to sure what you on? I didn't think I got him folk clothing line. Just by by the crash the line. Day at the podium. When I found out. My dad told me of that. Yeah. It must be amazing standing on one of those podiums. They're never talking about UK and oversleep the European Shaq is being a lot different. Now, we could probably compare the weather, but NS Terrell was horrible looking conditions. How did you find it? Yeah. It was her end is out there. It was quite hard towards the beginning. Couldn't get used to live in a way. It was really stiff Dr dried that was the end we lose. The more and more for the rice, you will end. This was second from law, and which can get on with the bike. But after we did a few changes in the rice belt good and come through on a bike. 'cause I it was it was it was doubt the south. We had. Fantastic raid. I believe you were the quickest rate on track for a good field before you even to also was amazing to watch the wrist live on TV. Now, you call second and finished second in race one. How you feeling for the rest of the season going ahead? Season's going to be given to the I write it was wet. But it's looking like Venezia on the got this weekend the weekend after is going to be a tight race. Can we throw out you can be a lot more riding top?.
"eller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"By Eller, Christian juice at the left point rips it vitalising net. It's gonna pinball a plot and the lightning near corner. Trying to execute a clear Hagler to keep right point Carlson zips Xiaoyi rate, you bet as Lucile on the far side Haglund keeps it alive in the left circle. Pass picked up by Polat pop it out to stamkos at center ice. Couldn't get his. Possession tied into the offensive zone. Taken away by Berkovsky website feed. Juice jabs it in Haglund lightning far corner is flattened the heart, Jack, and Elaine, you're going to be shorthanded Colbert, go here. Fans disagree. Cops are going to get their third power plant. Called night. Thirty one of the second. Boarding as the call. Yeah. I could see the numbers and he rate between the numbers that often will get you two minutes of the box. So the cops who are one for two tonight of the power play will go on their third opportunity. Backstrom podcast to the right of Ashkelon maximum thrown out. Because that's off instead. He wins.
"eller" Discussed on KCRW
"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.
"eller" Discussed on Today in Focus
"The job center, there is there isn't a job or you can work, and you've just found out that you're not gonna have any money paths for six weeks even more than what d- day. So after the job other people feel need some help. So what they do is they walk across the town center. It's about half a mile to the north and they find the citizens advice bureau, which is basically a number Eller organization was helps people with advice when things go wrong with that housing problems problems and obviously with benefits. It's up on the fourth floor of the main public library and city center. We squeezed into the lift very small lift actually with Philip Allston in his entourage four or five advisors to get up there. So was the walks into a room sits around the big table and starts talking to her group of people who've been getting advice from the bay about their problems of the benefit system. And he's he's in the rain. Well, one of the people he was talking to a guy called the Shara Chandrasiri. And you could just see that he was really eager to tell alternate stories kind of bite you just dying to be heard. So I've got a physical impairment of had since two thousand five and affects my balance and muster anthem, my grip nothing out expense. When he changed over to universal credit had a whole bunch of physical test keep his benefits the work care for penalty assessment. So they were saying, so we you know in. Title tiny anything giving me on that point system. They gave me zero points across the board. What was this was just someone asking you a few questions they asked a few questions asked like a few very basic tests, physical. Yes. Like things like picking things up and standing it. And then. I even provided all the doctors notes and things like that. And we'll have found quite this gusting is that they said you've hijacking this in for a long time. You should be used to it by now and that actual report bath and of because I'm right handed as well. There's that while we've got a left hand so use that. I mean, it's quite shocking thing to be told how how react to that. Well, there was a pretty audible gasp in the room. I mean, alternate Hudson difficult things, but I think that was probably one of the most memorable and the Shara said the ended up losing more than half of his benefits after that test was that you head from one of the people was a woman Tracy with install who spoke to outside the remark to the meeting. She also just changed onto universal credit because of what she said was administrative era her payments resort with that I not for five or six weeks ten weeks. So she went into renter is she says Vick shin noticed and she fell further into debt. But the thing that really stood out was that she couldn't afford her the bus fare for her son to go to school who was just preparing for his GCC's. Just take to get America's clay left school. But you didn't feel she could afford to pay his lunch money as well. The result was that she didn't send into school just didn't guy for the week. So she said during that period when she had no money, he didn't go, and she said that he was onto all a grades. But actually got lower grades result in his exams, and she says just seems just in terrible. These potential was is east of east up. Couldn't allot a lot better of how to be an attendant. And it was very tired score firm. She went to the citizens advice bureau and things with particularly desperate and spoke to a guy here who was like how imagine with other things how you get on with your food. That that that is the thing that it's a thing that no one x about is. You can't. Econ- feed your family. It's it's a difficult difficult. One. So they and it was a member stuff outside. We can help out that which I didn't know that was available, and it was just like relief of thank you so much. Someone is listening and. Thank you for for for this. This is few days deserved. The position were put in because. I was at a time. My worst time and make life. And I'm quite happy person..
"eller" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"And also like you mentioned the the scans that you can get of your heart or actually much more effective at showing, you know, build up of of cholesterol, build up of slack. I won't call cholesterol because it actually isn't cholesterol in in your, you know, your arterial linings, so. Yes, those so in when I say cholesterol is not related to heart. Incidences as true because what you're the number. You're getting is your total cholesterol and your your HDL on your LDL. And that's it. But they're not breaking down. You know, the this very specific ones that you really need to be look looking at that are directly related to heart health incidence. Do we've been talking here and there about fire team whiskey in in. We're drawing near the end. So I wanna make sure you have an opportunity to talk a little bit about it. And how it is. It is trying to make that change in. How people can get in contact with our team whiskey. For their own health benefits. Yeah. And you know, and this isn't just, you know, of course, I'm a veteran, and I'm passionate about veterans fit fitness in health and our mission of our team whiskey. Assumed sure that Eller every military member veteran, a first responder is fit to fight rights of not just, you know, meeting your in a getting a go on your weight and getting ago on your P T test. But really optimizing your fitness in health. So that you know in that situation. Hopefully, you know, please. We we pray that you won't be in that situation. But if you are put in that situation where your level of health and fitness is like the primary factor that would determine whether or not you or somebody else loses their life that you are ready for that situation. And it's not only just that. But for you know, this is a national security crisis and people don't really understand where we're going with this nation. So a third of our? Recruit -able aged Americans physically cannot enlist in the military because they are so sick and out of shape. That's known today. As a matter of fact, that's one of the biggest problems we have in recruiting is that were just not finding not just people who are interested in joining the military. But then they just are not physically qualified, exactly. And so thank about that with attrition with our current. You know, sustainability with with people retiring from the military are getting out there literally are not enough American bodies to replace those empty boots. Right. So this is going to become a national security issue. So the military has two choices. They either need to work on a way to, you know, get those recruits this potential, recruits, healthier and fitter or they're they're going to have to lower their standard. Which will obviously result in our our military members becoming more endanger because they're not going to be physically ready for the battlefield or they're going to have to look better retention methods. Order to retain what they have that..
"eller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Twenty four seven a lot of goals for the capitals, they would add a couple more seven nothing lead for Washington in the third period. Number seven scored by LARs Eller, midway through the third goal, which she celebrated. If you're gonna do that. Up seven love better. Pre prepared to defend yourself. Protects high slot Eller with Dr and it's block and behind the play, it's Eller. And Marshon granted he slugging away. Marshon given away some size Eller at six three. She ain't going about five nine and Martius platinum with a right hand at the bottom of the left wing circle. That's kind of how it ended. That's what happens in the NHL. If you celebrate a goal that put your team up seven nothing in the third period. Washington's LARs Eller absolutely pummeled by Brad Marchand capitals. Do go onto the seven nothing win. They get the win over the Bruins on the night. They raised their championship banner. Capitals. Won the last thirteen meetings against the brewers. Bruins last losing in twenty fourteen largest shutout win by any reigning Stanley Cup champs in its season opener the seven goals most ever they've scored in a season opener hours prior to the game. The Cavs learned there'll be without Tom Wilson. The forward suspended twenty games by the NHL for his blindside hit to the head of an opponent Sunday during the preseason. The blues labeled the hit as predatory Washington winger. Devante Smith Pelly telling ESPN he thought the suspension was quote garbage center of Guinea Kuznetzov said, quote, if I'm going to say what I think they're going to suspend me too. ESPN analyst, Barry, Melrose. Yes. It's a fair number for this for this suspension. I didn't think it would be twenty games. As a matter of fact, anyone I talked to the last week all same as me about ten games. But this has to be done and the NHL finally did it. They sent a strong message to a guy that has been suspended numerous times he'd been suspended in the regular season. He's been suspended in the playoffs. Now, he's been suspended in preseason. And all his hits hits to the head. The head is what we're trying to take out of our sport football's doing exact same thing. They're trying to take hits the head out of the sport. Wilson just won't learn it's gonna cost Matana money. It's going to cost them twenty games. And the sad thing is he's a good player. He's a top six forward. This hurts the Washington Capitals. So a few months ago he was carrying a Cup around. And today he's out of the league for twenty that quote, we've never had a player suspended like this. I mean when it's coming from the show like that it describes it. They're fed up. They're fed up. I think all of us in TV business are fed up because I'm not seeing a lot of people backing up Tommy Wilson. And he's a good guy. He'd be a great teammate. But what he? He's doing those hits. Finding going to kill somebody. Somebody will be killed eventually with hits like that. And open is the game has changed. It can save on the old days this happened. This happened the old days was the different sport. It wasn't nearly as fast two guys weren't nearly as strong as they are right now. Tom Wilson will forward a million quarter in salary because of that suspension may believe the three to win over the Canadians and overtime Canucks five to over the flames and the ducks of five to win over the sharks. Duck scoring five goals for the second straight season opener match up we've seen before and baseball's postseason we've got it. Again. It's ESPN radio..
"eller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Radio. Twenty four seven was a lot of goals for the capitals. They would add a couple more seven nothing lead for Washington in the third period. Number seven. Score by LARs Eller, midway through the third goal, which she celebrated if you're gonna do that. Up seven love better. Pre prepared to defend yourself. Protects high slot Eller with a drive, and it's. And behind the play it's Eller and Marshon grants him, and he slugged right away Marshon giveaway. Subsides Eller at six three Marchenko in about five nine and Martius platinum with a right hand at the bottom of the left wing circle. That's kind of how it ended. That's what happens in the NHL. If you celebrate a goal that put your team up seven nothing in the third period. Washington's LARs Eller absolutely pummeled by Brad Marchand capitals. Do go onto the seven nothing when they get the win over the Bruins on the night. They raised their championship banner. Capitals. Won the last thirteen meetings against the brewers. Bruins last losing in twenty fourteen largest shutout win by any reigning Stanley Cup champ in its season opener the seven goals most ever they've scored in a season opener hours prior to the game. The Cavs learned they'll be without Tom Wilson. The forward suspended twenty games by the NHL for his blindside hit to the head of an opponent Sunday during the preseason. The blues labeled the hit as predatory Washington winger. Devante Smith Pelly telling ESPN he thought the suspension was quote garbage center of Guinea nets off said, quote, if I'm going to say what I think they're going to suspend me too. ESPN analyst, Barry, Melrose. Yes. It's a fair number for this for this suspension. I didn't think it would be twenty games. As a matter of fact, anyone I've talked last week all same as me about ten games. But this has to be done and the NHL finally did it. They sent a strong message to a guy that has been suspended numerous times he's been suspended in the regular season. He's been suspended in the playoffs. Now, he's been suspended in preseason. And all his hits hits to the head. The head is what we're trying to take out of our sport football's doing the exact same thing. They're trying to take hits the head out of the sport. Wilson just won't learn it's gonna cost Matana money. It's going to cost them twenty games. And the sad thing is he's a good player. He's a pup six forward. This hurts the Washington Capitals. So a few months ago he was carrying the Cup around. And today he's out of the league for twenty quote. We've never had a player suspended like this. I mean when it's coming from the show like that it describes it. They're fed up. They're fed up. I think all of us in TV business or fed up because I'm not seeing a lot of people backing up Tommy Wilson. And he's a good guy. He'd be a great teammate. But what he's. He's doing an oath hits. Finding gonna kill somebody. Somebody will be killed eventually with hits like that. And you open is the game has changed. I can say on the old days this happened. This happened the old days was a different sport. It wasn't nearly as fast the guys weren't nearly as strong as they are right now. Tom Wilson will forward a million and a quarter in salary because of that suspension may believes the three two win over the Canadians and overtime Canucks five to you over the flames and the ducks of five to win over the sharks duck storing five goals for the second straight season opener. All it's a match up. We've seen before in baseball's postseason. We've got it. Again. It's ESPN radio..
"eller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And governor sign up for that faceoff sixty five percent the tampa bay face off to the right of solanki so rally and eller now the only guy for washington it's really lights out it's been j d three has been outstanding in the series so far rob raleigh case premature hands to the ice trick yanni gord comes into lars eller l winds would back to point in the middle of walk away by kalani races afric carlson gets there first center red line standing by coburn coins behind the washington that paulson is there to take it he holds belsky from behind the upper middle fires ed ot oh she is hit by coburn and center while welltimed play there through the neutral zone not easy to do warburg continues to play real well was good and gave one and that's a solid play had been fires out tipton the capstone by gord case down by rally around the washington d ridden to the board quite kanthi along the boards that can by lars eller look to that zone federally upcoming on tape obey their first they'll be shorthanded for the first time in the game eight thirteen to go here in the second period caps get there yanni gordon for hooking the battle for the cup is on get all the latest from the stanley cup playoffs extended coverage every game night with nhl tonight on nhl network you might even see darren pang on there and billy billy jaffe absolutely billy's doing some great work here reports pre post game it's always fun going into new jersey and taking part of the nhl network and recovery while the great power they work hard and their production value with the amount of hours spent on just promoting and showing the game a hockey on the road that's the first thing returned to catch up to the previous tiny whatever's going on power play caps they win the faceoff frosted central the balloons right sided crews they're holding looking out to carlson center of the right side turns looking around in the corner cheaper way guide we'll look more zillur back at the.
"eller" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic
"Alohan welcome to the french your food tele summit where we reveal the secrets to effortless weight loss elephants says i am your host and certified nutritionist adrian hugh this summit is based upon my bestselling amazon book called french and your food which lays out the seven main weight loss tips i've received from french women over the past thirty years these simple tips focused around nurturing and nourishing yourself following your instincts and improving your overall relationship with real food by the end of the summit you'll have a completely fresh outlook on what to put in your body and how to achieve lasting weight loss that does not rely on gimmicks like starvation calorie counting or eliminating entire food groups unless obviously it's medically necessary today's guest is erica eller eric is a women's wellness consultant and she's going to teach us about managing stress shifting mindset and balancing cortisol which is often the problem for people dealing with those last stubborn pounds that refu us to go away welcome to the summit erica thank you so much adrian i'm so happy to be a part of this and i am so grateful to you for being with us because stress this is you know a lot of people carry stress as kind of a badge of honor and you and i both know that stress can absolutely basically put a chi bosh on your weight loss efforts but that it also comes in many many forms now we'll get to that in a bit but it before that i'd like you to tell us a little bit about you and what got you interested in becoming a wellness consultant.
"eller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The washington zone neither team has been able to capitalize on the power play attempts each imo for three let's look at the second unit here we're premiering the forward stays on the second unit with renske and he's on the point faceoff win by felino at the red line weaves his way into the washington zone right side stop by eller good plight by lars eller zeller is a strong defensive centerman renske for columbus up the middle drops it back to look side feeder one crossed the line gave it to pollino ride along the blue line cross ice feed back blocked by eller out of play goals in columbus bench and other good play by lars eller forty five seconds to go the columbus power fly got plenty of playoff experience gardens nhl in saint louis first rounder and then off to montreal win in that big yaro halack deal now here is a third line sentiments off the middle of the ice the washington capitals are they're set up here with kaz nets off backstrom eller and jay beagle that's pretty strong down the middle faceoff to the luck of hopi dubinsky for columbus beagle known that's up people excuse me teller on the face off in the circle to walk pass back to the white point that jones left side of pinerolo you've got room down the board circles poked away loose puck behind the goal line price swinging around us back to the wall right circle back away from him by creek cleared all the way down by backstrom twenty seconds to go on the power play four columbus jones the center for the red line fires around the boards hold free out to stop it behind the net plays it up the left side of the forehead tipping by joel looks side of fires it down the boards behind the.
"eller" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I don't like that but meal they just change the laws that state violence against eller elderly some uh acts against children child abuse those now because of that prop got turned into misdemeanors i wires in i don't like that really odd liles welfare my this of rights of jury right i am don't like it i don't like that i don't like it i love this feature james between property okay going to take my radio and a joint somewhat no not all ldl level no different level what was that prop james excuse me for not being able to recall it right now but it was basically changing the description of what constitutes a a a felony or a heinous crime so they went in they kind of turned over like elderly abuse or child abuse or the i mean these are these are assaults but they've made them into misdemeanors of those people get lumped into that though i i you know come on alex cornea mnb before you combine abby everyone here keep you see not week sometime have probably kuku valliere crazy guys name employees who not know people who've come visit of people with down the street and my point is this those people violin yeah and i'll like the idea of violent people who do some want no be release no james your turn yeah proposition fifty seven that's the most read i guess a reformed that that that passed and that reclassified more than twenty offensive as uh as that were once beilin felonies two two simple or nonviolent uh crimes and so that that does include you know us sort of a of unaccounted of an unconscious person for example you have.