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"finnigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News 93.1 KFBK Sacramento KFBK FM qualifies From ABC News. I'm Daria holding her. A Republican congressman under federal investigation, asked the White House for a blanket pardon before President Trump Left office Mad gauge was already being investigated by the Justice Department when he requested then President Trump Grant him a pardon for any crimes. He might have committed. Sources confirming that ABC News, the report first revealed by The New York Times, the source saying, Mr Trump was aware of the request, but the White House Turned it down. Representative Gates has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. It's unclear why he thought he might need a presidential pardon, ABC SANDY Field, Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S. Is on the verge of another surgeon. Covert 19 cases go down. And we're just essentially tempting. Another wave found. She tells the National press club that Americans must get vaccinated and continue to take precautions. Like wearing masks. President Biden bumping up his deadline for states to make all Americans eligible for the vaccine by two weeks to April. 19th. The U. S says there are no plans at this point to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, a senior State Department official tells ABC News. There are no discussions between the U. S. In other countries about shunning the Games Earlier, State Department spokesperson Ned Price seemed to suggest the by the administration is weighing a boycott. This is one of the issues that is on the agenda both now and going forward. The U. S. Olympic Committee opposes a boycott. But a growing number of Republican lawmakers have called for one. The U. S. Has accused the Chinese government of genocide against this Muslim ethnic minorities and of increasing repression, especially over Hong Kong. Connor Finnigan. ABC NEWS Washington, An administrative order that was signed by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms offsets the States voting law. It puts the city's chief equity officer in charge of voter registration and Early absentee and in person voting. You're listening to ABC.
Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder
"An Italian prosecutor has requested a life in prison for two young American men charged with slaying and Italian police officer in central Rome prosecutor Maria Sabina calibrate to announce the court to find the two defendants Finnigan Lee L. DA and Gabrielle on the telly heels guilty and to impose Italy's maximum sentence for the twenty nineteen stabbing death of vice brigadier Mario search yellow rake on the two Americans were on vacation in Rome when they were confronted by a pair of plain clothes offices and what the pay believed was amazing as part of a cocaine deal eldo has claimed self defense testifying he sent the victim because he feared he was being strangled by a dog the slain officer who was unarmed was stabbed eleven times I'm services
US diplomats sign 'dissent cable' to protest Trump
"American diplomats have signed a dissent Cable to call on the State Department to censure President Trump for his false claims about election fraud and the violence on Capitol Hill. A. B C's Connor Finnegan covers the State Department. To send cables or rare a special way for diplomats to protest U. S policy directly the leadership. The cable called on the department to quote explicitly denounce President Trump's role in this violent attack on the U. S government. And added quote No one. Not even the president is above the law or immune from public criticism. Secretary of state. Pompeo condemned the violent mob on Wednesday but has not mentioned his boss. Connor Finnigan, ABC NEWS Washington
"finnigan" Discussed on KCRW
"Meeting. Sort of, like discuss. You know whether or not we wanted him to, but really, we're calling it to be like Get in that race or Yeah, that's Naomi Biden, the president elect's eldest granddaughter. She's next to her sister's Finnigan and Maisy and their cousin Natalie. All four granddaughters played active roles in Joe Biden's online campaign, along with Ella and Coal, M half the stepchildren of Vice President elect Kamila Harris. But some of these young adults are also public on their own time using Twitter, Instagram and TIC TAC. Over the last year, Naomi Biden's voice has gotten especially louder over Twitter from posting supportive messages about her pop to sharing Biden themed means she's racked up tens of thousands of likes. This adds to Biden's appeal. According to Lisa Caputo, she was press secretary to Hillary Clinton as first lady he's relatable to begin with, but then to hear it. Through the voice and through the eyes of his granddaughter, I think just puts a whole nother lens of relatability onto him and end up pull another way that Never would have been contemplated or utilized way back when President Trump's younger son Baron, isn't visible on social Media President Obama's daughters aren't super visible either. Heavy. Troy is a historian who studied presidential usage of pop culture and says Well, things have changed. The time seems to be right to have a president who has a bunch of family members who are active on social media and social media is not a weird or elite thing. It's a kind of common thing today. And while presidential families have played public roles before, says historian and journalist Kate Anderson, Brower Abidin and em off young adults stand out. I think that this is really a first where we're seeing this kind of individual ism and the support of the family. Brauer says she was struck by L. A. M. Hoffs presence on Instagram Em off, is an art student and often post photos of her work online. She also went viral on election night when a tic Tac was posted of her trying her first McDonald's filet a fish while watching CNN. The video has 2.4 million views. She's capturing that individual is, um, and days later, when the election was called for Biden, his own grandchildren went viral when they told the world their family had begun celebrating the win. Naomi Biden tweeted a picture of the family group hug with the president elect and Maisy. Biden posted a tic tac. She walks on screen in a T shirt that, says Joe, the vice president and crosses out the word vice Was set to this song by the Belmonts..
U.S. names new Arctic envoy in push to expand reach in region
"A new special envoy for the Arctic as the region heats up more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet, and Competition rises within the State Department has tapped a 28 year career diplomat to head the new Arctic coordinator's office. The three person team reports directly to Secretary Mike Pompeo tasked with building partnerships in the region to push back on Russia's growing military presence and China's claims to Arctic commerce. But the office seems little focused on climate change. Amid historic high temperatures across the region this summer. A senior state Department officials that the I smell presents quote New opportunities. Connor Finnigan, ABC News, Washington and now a game
"finnigan" Discussed on CXMH
"An incarceration situation or end up homeless or there is no hospital in their town or the next town over or six towns over and the one that is six towns over. Doesn't have any psychiatric beds right so you know I as I traveled around starting to tell the story and creating spaces in faith communities for other people to tell their stories it more and more showed me the importance of making sure that we're paying attention to all of the different types of stories and then trying to do something about that right trying to take seriously the fact that so many of the stories about mental health in this country are stories about a lack of access to care or the inequitable provision of care or the way that other systems like race like rural urban defines Impact the ability to experience a caring environment. Yeah Oh my gosh. It's so good. The social worker in me is just like I love good so good as just so good well so in a Lotta ways. It kind of seems like this last book like the last week that you had written really is a story that kind of leads up to an includes much of your treatment and that does new book in many ways picks up in starts where you basically get the bill for that treatment And so were I want to ask a little bit about why in first of all why write a book about this but then also I'd love to hear you talk a little bit about like what is mental health care have to do with theology and vice versa. Sure Yeah I think To us sort of an old school Evangelista word right. I felt really convicted As I started sharing sharing sharing this story that in a way seem to have a really happy ending it was like You know I went through this mental health struggle. But now here I am talking to you. You know clothed in my right mind And that seemed to be for one thing maybe a bit of a misrepresentation of the fact that is a chronic thing at come can you know in my case. I can have good days and bad days and good months and bad months right but that also that sort of ignored a lot of the realities that I experienced coming out of the hospital where the mental health system was one of my biggest mental health challenges. Right now you know you mentioned getting the bill or I this was before the affordable care act. Provisions became law which meant that insurance companies were legally allowed to deny coverage for anything based on a pre existing condition and that led to me being in a massive amount of medical debt. My My payment monthly payment on the debt was bigger than my rent in. Washington. Dc. Which like if you've ever tried to read something in Washington DC Israelis. Thanks something And so that that struggle just sort of wasn't represented in In the story that I was telling so expanding that story to to talk a bit about these systems that impact care and then when I started doing that I started noticing how so much of our supposedly secular language about these systems that impact care was very theological in its nature and I admit that this is perhaps the result of doing a Master's in divinity that you end up with this hammer. Everything looks like a nail but like she seemed like the language of pre existing and pre existence for example is very theological language. So one of the things that I talk about in the book is the first use published use of the term pre existing to refer to healthcare coverage Is in about the the forties? It's like nineteen forty seven in Reno Nevada newspaper but the earliest use of the term pre existing in print in English is in the fifteen hundreds as part of a theological tract. So the idea that God is pre existing were that Christ is pre existing. Is The steeply theological concept so it was fascinating to me to like notice that this language of pre existence now is language that we assume it's talking about the system. I think like similarly language of insurance I talk about in the book. The tension between the concept of insurance which is a concept about being secure through risk management versus this Christian theological concept of assurance the assurance of Salvation Right where assurance this sort of deep seated sense of. Yes even me yes I am loved yes I belong I am included in the story and insurance is kind of heading off the risk and I would argue that in the United States especially. We tend to mix these concepts Concepts up a lot in fact I've driven by a church that had a sign out front. You know like Funny Church signs that said Come inside for your fire insurance right you know so that salvation is kind of a get out of Hell Free Card that you need to. You need to buy into it. Because that's how you manage your risk of eternal salvation or damnation right Which I don't think is a very helpful or healthy way of thinking about this really important concept to me this concept of salvation. So I mean just just a few examples but I started to notice over and over again the spirituality. That would come up when I was starting to engage around these issues so being someone who cares a lot about faith communities being someone who is in ministry myself trying to draw some of these threads together in order to maybe if we have healthier if we if we have a kind of unhealthy theology and an unhealthy system than maybe being able to turn a lens onto this theology look at the embedded beliefs in the system and say are there healthier ways of thinking and talking about this will lead us to some healthier systems now. I think that's so good getting at the deeper like can we look at the systems as a whole right as opposed to like well. Just talk about get some help. Right like recognizing. Hey there's a lot of people that can't necessary. It's not just that easy and that there are these big systems and I love because sometimes I think we can look at things like that and say well. That's public policy. That's not really the police of theological debates or whatever right but what you're saying the argument you make renewal in this book is like. Hey those things don't. They can't be separated quite so easily right. I mean you right. At one point where there are systems there are powers and principalities to be named in challenged and later on. You're talking about systems. Does not only mean analyzing concrete examples of injustice or dissecting policy systems are also spiritual so this idea that like our spirituality and our our theological ideas are woven in just because people created them right are woven into the systems that we create I think is really important yeah so impart to speaking of systems. You talk you touch on. Systemic problems like toxic masculinity and racism and a culture of violence and all sorts of things right and you use this kind of dichotomy of talking about six systems versus. Just sick people right. Why is it important to talk about six systems as you put it? Yeah I mean for one thing. Systems impact the health of individuals In ways both subtle and obvious right and so You Know Holly I'll just I'll tell you my Pastoral Care Professor and seminary was a social worker before he was A. You know. You'll like this but now I mean already loving a ton of the ADS. So Yeah Yeah I mean you know this idea that somebody can walk in even even into a one on one therapy session. Let's say as an example without bringing all of the things going on in their systems with them not true right. Yeah and systems. We can mean we can. We can mean you know race and class in these big things but also what's going on in your family your friend group right. That's that's the stuff of our law. Were gone yes so I mean you know we. We have to talk about this stuff because there's no other way of doing it. I guess but I think like in particular when it comes to talking about mental health in this country we tend to have this really individualized in pathological view of it right. That like mental illness is what's wrong with a person and that opens up itself up to all sorts of different problems that manifest themselves in a lot of different ways and so two to have some analysis of that and be able to talk about the systems is really important and what I talk about in. The book is how this shows its importance to me. A lot of times in conversations around violence particularly gun violence where we we need to be having a really courageous and really difficult conversation in this country when it comes to gun violence and instead when shooting happens what we hear is well. They must have been mentally ill right which both keeps us from having the conversation we need to be having and scapegoats people with mental onus and stereotypes them as as violent when in fact people with mental illnesses are much more likely to be victims rather than perpetrators of violence in this country. Yeah so you seem like in that one issue or in that one conversation all the different ways that you know me as someone with a chronic mental health issue. I'm like being scapegoated in this conversation. In order to avoid having the really difficult courageous conversation we have to be having for all of our health and safety right for that if the of the whole society. So that's like that's one. I think particularly powerful and poignant example of this but that same principle I think operates when we're looking at a host of other conversations as well. Yeah Yeah I think that that nudge I should get into some of those messy conversations as hard as they may be but as important as it they are so that we aren't engaging in that scapegoating or misunderstanding. Or you know it's just so important so it's yeah well after the systems then you start talking about right section. Three's all about care and kind of how we respond to those systems right. And You bring up this idea that you know we're not just I mean even a chunk about thoughts and prayers. Ray as like this phrase but you know that it's not just our goal to like. Well we just pass all this off to God and say like well. I don't know that's not my deal right. But that we be apart of addressing those systems. Can you talk some about why? That's such an important part of caring for people. Yeah yeah the. The section on thoughts came out of this. This is like visceral reaction. I have Whenever there's this weird like Meta conversation that now happens on social media where something happens. Tragic happens and before like I can even process this tragic news. That has happened. People are arguing on twitter about thoughts and prayers and like whether it's an appropriate response or not to this tragic thing that happens and it's one of those weird moments where you realize like because social media is so ubiquitous that like social media is guiding where my thoughts are going even though like. I don't actually want to be arguing about thoughts and prayers. Right this is not what I want to be doing after. I've heard this horrific news. Whatever that horrific news right so I yeah I just wanted to to say something about that about like what I'm I'm a Christian and I'm a chaplain right and so like I'm not ready to say like people shouldn't pray after tragedy that's like against the grain of everything that I am and then on the other hand I like I totally understand this like frustration with this like rush off or this kind of wrote response to your tragedy particularly from lawmakers who could actually be legislating right rather than they they actually have the capacity or the power and the responsibility that we've invested in them by electing them to be responding to public crisis. So yeah I thought okay. Like what what? What our thoughts and prayers. So you know. I write about about prayer and the section in Paul's letter to the Church in Rome where he talks about the the cry of creation and our our own cries and the cry of the spirit. And how prayer is this stepping into this place. Where we're like the GROENING's of the world and our own groening's and the groening's of the spirit come together and lead us than into that groening right lead us then into the pain of the world in solidarity and perhaps in action and so yeah like we should pray and yet we should think Brian we should. We should use our brains When it comes to these systems that impact us but let's. Let's understand those as proactive responses. That are then reflective of what we encounter when we take action and vice versa.
State Department denies NPR reporter a spot on Pompeo's plane
"The state department has kicked the national public radio correspondent off of secretary Mike Pompeii owes plane for an upcoming trip after he attacked another reporter at the network and called her a liar ABC's Connor Finnigan has more the state department correspondents association said he could quote only conclude the department is retaliating against NPR after Pompeii berated NPR's Mary Louise Kelley in his office Friday Kelly reported that Pompey used expletives and challenged her to find you create on a map after she pressed him on his treatment of former ambassador Marie Ivanov itch Pompeii
State Dept says all US personnel safe at Iraq embassy, no plans to evacuate
"America's embassy in the capital of Iraq's warm by Iraqi protesters furious at air strikes by the US the US embassy in Baghdad is on lockdown but it has not been evacuated a former senior administration official tells ABC news they are planning for an evacuation if needed and that U. S. ambassador Matthew tour is currently out of the country on leave for the holidays secretary of state Mike Pompeii called both Iraq's prime minister and president saying the US will defend its personnel Conor Finnigan ABC news Washington president trump also defending the weekend there strikes against Iranian backed militias in Syria and Iraq the president's leaning on a rack to protect the US embassy in
"finnigan" Discussed on KTRH
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Italy: Teen's father says son didn't know friend had A knife
"The father of one of the bay area teens detained in a deadly stabbing of an Italian police officer says that is eighteen year old son insists he didn't know his friend had a knife correspondent Melissa bell has more words from the father says that his son was not even aware that the other team Finnigan elder had been carrying an I. warranty did he use it in the scuffle with those two police officers that ended tragically with the death of old one of them's a really clearing his son's name officer Mario Rego was stabbed eleven times during a botched drug deal according to officers he was
"finnigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Th and Finnigan Lee elder or in police custody in Rome for homicide and attempted extortion police say officer Mario rega was stabbed eight times on the street Reagan and another policeman weren't planes clothes looking into an alleged drug deal that involve the pair the California Supreme Court judge has overturned the death sentence of a convicted double murderer due to the prosecutors focus on the defendant's racist views justice league under our Kruger wrote that Jeffrey Scott young white supremacists tattoos were not relevant to the crime he committed the latest mishap by the state bar of California might help some students taking this week's exam the chief of program says the list of the general subject matter topics were released for the essay questions and performance portion on Tuesday and Wednesday's exam the state bar has decided to share the information to everyone taking the test that's the news I became a goddess from the KPK traffic's into work tonight and north out by five would produce lanes from just before the airport to the Vietnam veterans Memorial Bridge until four AM southbound highway ninety nine with the twelfth Avenue off ramp is closed until five thirty not found ninety nine approaching Arnold road reduce lanes until five AM watch for slowing work on the offramp eighty westbound Auburn riverside shoulder repair goes on through five AM eastern highway fifty multiple lanes clothes from sixty fifth street to how Avenue through four thirty trouble spot ahead call Kate Kate traffic tip line dial pound two fifty say traffic traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty AM and your I heart radio app under a clear sky early this morning.
Photo released of blindfolded teen suspected of fatally stabbing officer in Rome
"Well to American teens from California are in jail in Italy accused of murdering a police officer in Rome along with the investigation into the alleged incident is an investigation into why one of the teams was blind folded after being arrested and who leaked a photo of a teen blindfolded to the press but this all occurred Friday in Italy in which nineteen year old Finnigan Lee elder an eighteen year old Gabriel Christian Italie your allegedly stole a backpack from an Italian man and demand a cocaine and money for it the alleged victim called police and during the altercation the two American teams are alleged to have stabbed thirty five year old officer Mario cello reggae to death police say the two confessed to the crime and overwhelming evidence was found in the boy's
2 American Teenagers Admit Killing Police Officer in Rome, Officials Say
"Well to American teens from California are in jail in Italy accused of murdering a police officer in Rome along with the investigation into the alleged incident is an investigation into why one of the teams was blind folded after being arrested and who leaked a photo of the teen blindfolded to the press but this all occurred Friday in Italy in which nineteen year old Finnigan Lee elder an eighteen year old Gabriel Christian italic your allegedly stole a backpack from an Italian man and demand a cocaine and money for it the alleged victim called police and during the altercation the two American teams are alleged to have stabbed thirty five year old officer Mario cello reggae to death police say the two confessed to the crime and overwhelming evidence was found in the boy's hotel room I'm
Photo released of blindfolded teen suspected of fatally stabbing officer in Rome
"Police here in Rome are investigating the blind folding of an American teenager after he was arrested on suspicion of killing an officer a photo of eighteen year old Gabriel Christian not tell like Horace blindfolded him with his head bowed inside a police station has appeared on Italian media some have compared it to images of prisoners in Guantanamo bay Italian authorities say the officers were blindfolded the team will be reprimanded fourth and his friend Finnigan Lee elder both from San Francisco art used a first degree murder in the stabbing death of an undercover officer Meghan Williams ABC news
"finnigan" Discussed on WTVN
"The tell horse and Finnigan Lee elder are both born in San Francisco Wall Street close Friday with the nasdaq gaining ninety one points taught at the mainly clear skies overnight just a few passing clouds and temperatures on the mild side lose tonight yeah the sixty eight degrees Sunday funday looking pretty good with that partly cloudy skies hot and humid though with highs topping out near ninety degrees winds picking up out of the southwest to find to fifteen miles per hour just a slight chance for an isolated pop up shower or storm in the late afternoon into Sunday evening mainly clear and lows falling into the upper sixties on ABC six her forty neurologist Rachel painted on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN this one I mean we used to go and this premiere networks presents coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Connie Willis close to coast AM Connie.
"finnigan" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Denise Finnigan Irene Roberts. I love you. Irene Mr. sneakers, Mr. sneakers? Czyz and Beckham, gene, Guevara, Rosemary, furlong, Charles king and up are you are you feeling better? Now in you doing? All right. Oh, speaking of feeling better. Our good friend Lee Harris, actually, had a burst appendix, and he was in the hospital for a week, and you know, Lee, Harris Harris, and here's what's happening. A stabbing spree in London leaves an American woman dead five people wounded cops say it might have been terrorism or mental problems or mental problems. Yes, that's Lee, Harris Harris. And here's what's happening. Listen to voice in New York City radio. This poor guy goes to work at the radio station. He works at a New York Monday, and like doubles over in pain winds up in the hospital for a week with a with a burst appendix, and he used to be that they'd operate. Right. Well, they didn't do that. They given tons of antibiotics, but Lee Lee does my my website. He helps me with the equipment. He makes everything work. And he's the only grownup, I know like other groups gave up on me long ago. But Lee is right there liaise with me. So Lee Harris, I wish you all the best. Hope you get better. So. Live and nude in the laundry room sterling on Sunday get to work with Matt to Santa's I'm like, totally stoned and he's working very hard tonight with our steam driven equipment. It's not easy. Now, I wanna talk to you about Victoria's Secret. Now, this may come as a shock to you. I am not a woman. I don't play one on TV, and I've never worn address for fun. I'm not a woman I do have three daughters. However, a much younger very beautiful very sensitive sensual wife, why have to get something for Valentine's Day for pretty soon. And so I know some women things. Like, how come you go through so much toilet paper? How is it possible to go through this much toilet paper? But I digress. Business reports for the past few quarters indicate that Victoria's Secret is having trouble. They apparently made a mistake not caring swimsuits anymore. Now, they're going to carry swimsuits again. And they're they're confused about why they're having so much trouble. I'd like to know why you think they're having so much trouble. One reason that you shop lesson Victoria's Secret than you used to. Here's my humble theory. Remember when you saw westerns television, westerns western movies. They're often be seen in a whorehouse. Think about the scenes you remember in a whorehouse in a western what did you say? They showed rough Cowboys in from the range wanting to see kitty and Susan wanted to visit kitty and Susan right? They'd sit on chairs. The sore house smoking cigars, drinking whiskey, and then one by one the women would come down and parade back and forth in front of them. And the potential customers for the potential hookers would make a selection based on what they saw now in my opinion, my personal feelings every time I've watched the Victoria's secrets fashion show on television, the annual Victoria's Secret show where some of them get to wear the angel wings. In the front row of those shows, and of many other high fashion shows, there's a weird thing they just showed these photos from Paris and New York fashion week, and they all showed the same thing. What did it show? It showed men in the front row and the second row in the third row of these fashion shows big deal actors famous actors famous musicians who have nothing to do with fashion. They're not Hoke haute couture. Hokuto sort. What's the word I want? They're not high fashion people. They're not fashion people they're actors, and for some reason there in the first and second row at fashion week fashion shows in New York and Paris and Milan, there's Leo DiCaprio what what what is Leo DiCaprio have to do with high fashion. And his buddies. They're in the first and set what why are they there? What is the purpose of them being there? They're not going to buy a lion for Bloomingdale's. They're not going to buy one hundred outfits for the Queen. Why are those guys in the front rows? And always reminds me of those westerns. Where the guy is a come in from the range, and they'll look at the girls going back and forth in or house into the side, which ones they want to spend an hour with. That's what it looks like to me in my opinion. I don't get it. Therefore with all this nonsense about women not wanting to be objectified. And they shouldn't be and wanting equal whatever to a forty year old guy. Good luck with that prostate. I think part of the reason that Victoria's Secret is having a tough year is that fashion show because I look at it. And it's like a nineteen fifty eight dynamic between men and women. Those are not like any women. I know and I know beautiful terrific wonderful women, but but they're not six feet tall and the size one. It seems to me to be a disconnect with women, and it seems to me to be a disconnect with men and here are these guys like Leo DiCaprio in the front row, baby. Great. That's terrific enthroned kisses like what what does he know about women's underwear except how to unhook it with one hand eight eight six eight Awa LT. Why do you think Victoria's secrets having a tough year? And I really appreciate it. If you're not a man, if you would please call in because you're the only perspective that matters eight eight eight six eight eight wwl L T, I say the reason Victoria's secrets having a tough year. I think that fashion show hurts them. I think it progressively hurts the much faster than they realized. Well, don't you like looking at women in underwear? Yeah. I do. But I got I don't mean to sound like, you know, I like to see women around parading nude. That's not the issue. The issue is it's an uncomfortable dynamic. It's a strange dynamic. How do you feel what do you feel eight eight eight six eight eight eight eight eight six eight Awa LT. This sterling on Sunday. It is great to be with you tonight coming up in just seconds. We're going to have an update on the curse of oak island. This is sterling on Sunday. Thanks, Walter swat. It was. Here's an unfortunate fact that applies to most financial advisers. They're not legally required to act in your best interest, creative planning is different are certified financial.
"finnigan" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"That's great yeah and somebody reminded me this i gave myself five years the fifth year i was on saturday night live did i tell you that no you didn't read that yeah that's yeah you moved in nineteen eighty six and nineteen ninetyone you're on us anelle yeah that's a that's a pretty good i think i guess that's an okay margin of success i think so i guess i made the right choice in my car i'm not playing the sex on the street at least like making money you know it's amazing yeah so all right well up before you got there so you're in chicago you're studying at improv olympic at second city and i know whenever you talk about that period we we mentioned before del close your del close story about actually working with him and how it was kind of a false start yeah is kind of it's kind of nuts yeah it was crazy he was he started teaching again in chicago and then he decided to start directing and he directed for second city for years so he put up this show called honor finnegan that's this improvisers name it was i forgot the whole title the show i should know it but yeah any somebody will find it okay but it was honor finnigan and something like the end of the world or some something and so i was told by sharona helper and who runs i o that del wanted me to be part of the show and so it was mainly going to be the first group who did long form successfully sorta is grew baron's barracudas and they were going to be in that show it was and so a couple of other people from theater and so i showed up at the rehearsal and we're sitting in theater and i'm sitting there with every all the other actors and everybody else was sort of like looking at me like what was he doing.
"finnigan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Two nine kboi remember lavoix finnigan headed toward a roadblock after his car had already been stopped and pulled over the fbi did not drive him toward a roadblock the state police did not drive him toward a roadblock he did that rick sorry nick up nope that rick rick khin wendell you're on six seventy kboi glad rick perry night um i do remember the case when it burst happen better everything will now yeah i ate 'em eva gop debates a barter shell air uh that's basically suicide by com eight told them you're gonna have to go ahead sure um i feel for his family because of his cupit action by million dollars bell i don't fear i i'm sorry bruce family back when you put yourself in that situation with your hat in your co like that he was down to carry a weapon uh reach three times in his jacket which contained a loaded gun yeah and he damn lucky they didn't shooting the first time that's what he was trying to do he was trying to get someone cup pop around on him and he probably figured they'll they'll get a onetime deal here they all hits the ground i'll be of the world's biggest smarter well when you're playing with the bold you get the horn brigitte goal rick deloitte three three six thirty seven hundred pound 675 rise more of those phone one eight hundred five two nine kabia what you can email me nate kboi dot com do you think lavoix filling comes family his wife his kids do.
"finnigan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Two years ago was a graphic scene graphic audio because a man's life was lost what is left from that is worthy of discussion be we do passion here we do passion year every single weekday afternoon we laugh we cry we yell all of it passion i like you when people are passionate about causes but none of us wants anybody dying for it none of us want anybody doing anything stupid two years ago i made a lot of you angry when i said on air remember what i said malloy finnigan put himself at risk in lavoix finnigan god himself killed and if you don't remember what that sounded like consider this your warning three two one honky tonks huawei and yet they downplayed on down to him they down others you him in a hear them come on go ahead and shoot me you're going to have to shoot me now the lawsuit the wrongful death lawsuit says it casings disappeared evidence has been with help and i can't tell i don't know that's true or not i don't know but to say that lavoix finnigan was execute from the video that i remember in the audio presenting to you right there it sound like lavoix finnigan wanted to be a martyr those'll voith and it comes family deserve five million dollars five million dollars do away three three six thirty seven hundred pound six seventy under rise morals phone one eight hundred five.
"finnigan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The voice vinnicombe mm abundis were on their way to what they believe was a meeting with law enforcement one day only it was a trap it was meant to separate them from everybody else at the refuge not everybody got shot not everybody got killed in fact it was only one person do you think lavoix finnegans shooting do you think the killing of avoid finnigan was on purpose do you think it was deliberate because i don't now as for all the other charges that are mentioned withholding evidence targeting somebody because of their religious beliefs idle no i remember watching that video them video made me sick ill and sad all the same time it didn't have to come to that lavoix phillycom did not have to die people who say that our one hundred percent true la voie finnigan did not have to die but will boycott an agum put himself in that position now's family wants five million dollars because they believe there was a conspiracy they believe he was shot assassination style likening it to what happens to a north korean soldier who shot running across the border south korea the lawsuit claims lavoix finnigan was deliberately executed by preplanned government ambush that he drove into he could have stopped he kept driving sir sheila boyfriend family get five million dollars it's about money the lawsuit seeks five million dollars in damages for his wife and each of their 12 children.
"finnigan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"We'll vojkovic okay i don't always give a disclaimer but i will today because i know how i know a lot of you feel about what happened in oregon epa her national refuge i know a lot of you a in i've seen a lot of your your cars have stickers on him and he still you still remember lavoix in an lavoix fenick omon and i i am sad lavoix finnigan was shot i'm sad lavoix finnigan was shot dead no but i don't think i don't think law enforcement intended on murdering lavoix fenick him if they intended on murdering they wouldn't have just stopped at lavoix finicky i know they shot the car up but they would have killed everybody big story we story about lavoix finnigan a lawsuit lavoix finnigan was shot and killed on january twenty six 2016 in the lawsuit kboi two tv reports his family argues he was deliberately executed by a preplanned government ambush the family argues the fbi and other agencies were committed to using excessive lethal force they say the agency's targeted him because of his association with clyde and bundy as well as the membership of the church of jesus christ of latterday saints at his political views regarding landrights and federal government overreach they also claim the agency's conspired to keep secret and coverup information as well as evidence related to the man's death his family is now suing for no less than five million dollars in damages now that last part mike be true because we've seen at regarding the movement before but i don't think they meant to go out and kill will voith lavoix fairly gum in my mind put himself at risk when he took off from a stop la voie finnigan put himself at risk as this truck was heading toward a roadblock lavoix pentagon put himself at risk when he reached into his jacket being told not to that's my opinion.
"finnigan" Discussed on WTMA
"Was in fear for my life and pretty much either of those two statements or both statements are get out of jail free cards for any cop who shoots anybody reaching for handrail is pretty similar to reaching for your waist band that old they have to say that's all we hear all the time he was reaching for his waistband that's what happened to lavoix senate come i think really yes he got out of the car he had his hands over his head and then i think he was shot and his hands went down he was you we saw shelled yan right well he might have lee legitimately been killing for his weapon at that point having been shot at a ha but yeah they loyd finnigan was one of the guys who was involved in that amount eur wildlife refuge occupation that happened that a couple of years ago now the 2015 i feel like it was a couple of years ago this point early early 2015 maybe i don't know my guess is 26th maybe it was 2016 but anyway yeah they killed that guy and they definitely again that's another situation where the cops they show up to this remote place and you know even in that case you get even fewer witnesses like you then you would in a place like times square but regardless even with a bunch of witnesses the police are generally immune from any kind of prosecution for what they'll just call a mistake oh well he wasn't going for a gun while we didn't know that at the time cure our officers were in freight for afraid for their lives so no i don't believe i don't believe the claim that having all these cops in bombsniffing dogs and snipers and all of this stuff is going to keep people more safe it just makes people think all the police they're doing something to keep us safe from terror i feel better let's go on here with the more from patch dot com got to cut it kinda cobble together a couple different sources here uh so they're they're checking people twice this year you'll be checked when you enter certain as certain area just sort of in general the times square region and then you'll be checked again as you are trying to enter one.
"finnigan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To be go puppies that i got to meet their named finnigan and rain i think you said this on the year the other day but they are so entertaining and delightful that we we were watching something on tv at his apartment here in dallas the jobs crawl over you you're trying to watch tv in their crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and cry i it was it was they're the most entertaining sweet little creatures that i said i've got to tell the audience i gotta wrangle with the you know to to rascic in rangel the beagles of the great john's miracle really really dredge your own w w e going on their precise sleep that's burly took words right that of my there you go now yes i i guess now well i wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly but when with that now this is from your book of course in the bible it's not mentioned in the bible but before saint john went to pat most where he was exiled guide us in a pau gasol apparently they cut off all his hair oh wait a second what you'd you'd jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the luther book which i found very entertaining and i was excited to write about it was the issue of relics in the in the in the in the middle ages relics were big thing in relics we simply mean that somebody would say this is you know the finger bone from st thomas uh or this is this is on tuesday or something this is a tooth from saint jerome and these things were were very highly regarded as this these of these are the the the this is the body of the mortal remains of one of the the holy seats see known so so the problem of course is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud and so people would traffic in relics and it seems like every time you turn around 70 say this is.
"finnigan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The beagles at his apartment anybody listen to this program nose at one of our favorite guesses john's miric and chun's miric has to be goal puppies that i got to meet their named finnigan and rain i think you said this on the year the other day but they are so entertaining and delightful that we were watching something on tv at his apartment here in dallas the dogs crawl over you you're trying to watch tv in their crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and cry i it was it was they're the most entertaining sweet little creatures that i said i've got to tell the audience i gotta wrangle with the you know to to rascic in wrangle with the beagles of the great john's miracle really really dread your own w w e going on there precisely that's burly took words right at of my there you go now yes i s well i wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly but when with the now this is from your book of course in the bible it's not mentioned in the bible but before saint john went to pat most where he was exiled died as an apostle apparently they cut off all his hair oh wait a second what you'd easy jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the luther book which i found very entertaining and i was excited to write about it was the issue of relics in the in the in the in the middle ages relics were big thing in relics we simply mean that somebody i would say this is you know the finger bone from st thomas uh or this is this is on tuesday or something this is a tooth from saint jerome and these things were were very highly regarded as this these of these are the the this is the body of the mortal remains of one of the the holy seats you know and so so the problem of course is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud and so people would traffic in relics and it seems like every time he turn around seventy say this is.
"finnigan" Discussed on WSB-AM
"How they attack other conservative grey lick currently have an army willing pitted dirtiest necessary to support their cod and on the right we're we're more principled we're not gonna burn down businesses and march down the street and blocked traffic i think it's and work or too busy work listening work you know get ready finish my point on firing though because this is important in what you're saying is true did now is getting to a point i'm well beyond my two year period here and this is now a sevenyearlong process of repealing and replacing and i don't have any more patients i have not an for those people well we get into this next week and this battle in this fight is engaged and if they fail and if they don't do their job and we don't get lower premiums and we don't get this promise fulfilled it's just i am going to have a list the names of people that need to be fired oh hannity we can't get rid of susan collins it's our only chance and main of getting a republican well in if she's not going to repeal obamacare she's absolute w what's the point it's so fresh or lease mcaliskey demanding whatever it is all right i appreciate the call targets and some other calls here mike is in kentucky mike hi how are you glad you called sir sean thank your for patron of greater than you've done a another finnigan a pathetic job of china due to repeal and replace guy a ratification why can't we replace and then repeal and here's what our client camp half a bill to begin felling and on a free market by the end of this year and then people can choose obamacare or they can choose the free market option and if the free market option of buck expensive and better people going flocked to that offensive that by self will make obamacare uh you fail even quicker by the end of trump's first term and confront why can't do that vote options and quite well i don't disagree at all i mean they could have it the ted cruz as a plan even.
"finnigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Segments well i wanna move past the game tonight because the reservoir their sleep in so let's talk about other stuff i i threw out there i was talking about the story three of brennan finnigan had the freak accident last week which was i i've been there man i've had a freak accident so i'm kind of get some discussion goerner of freak accidents injuries you of had a brain figgins of course was stepping off a boat near you already had a miserable season raised supposed to be the opening day star oh i got injured and then the rehab didn't go quite as well he finally comes back what was about to three weeks ago and just a couple innings into in that first performance has a strained muscle strain tricep source at way euasian and goes on the sorry just down dumb so the guy's probably like i s need to kind of get away from things a little bit let's all go boden he's getting off the boat puts his foot down on the chair slips is trying to get yourself with the fall grabs a a railing of some sort and boom there goes the shoulder at a socket on the nonthrowing just a miserable miserable sees any nieto if you're you laugh if you've never handed happened to you okay and i gotta tell you though the one the worst freak injury i had was our ceos what my my third year it was a save the always exact same situation that brain and fitting knows habit write a lot of expectations work were supposed to be there for benefiting and same thing with me come my third year come of a fantastic secondyear some star in in in in camp break my hand i had a sport churning out had then i i had a a an mcl sprains oh just just beat up the whole entire year rows finally getting back right us finally getting back to be unhealthy it was about a.