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"five stations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"five stations" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Our team coverage day, every voice you hear in all five stations. Everybody's out here enjoying this Great Bucks Victory parade. They tell me. I got to check in with our own Debbie laws on the traffic as we all figure out how to get downtown. Yeah, the freeways are looking pretty good. The notable exception is the construction zone on 41 north and south pounds will keep that in mind. Those are going to be your standard delays through there. We also have an issue in Ozaki County Heads up Highway 57 is closed at Highway H because of an accident there now into the downtown area. Well as you can imagine anything around the parade route, which would be Wisconsin Water and nap slash McKinley. All those areas are going to be backed up and blocked off as well. Heads up with those no parking zones and tollway zones as well. You don't want to have your car towed away after you've parked it. So just be careful. Be mindful of that. But for the most part, everything seems to be okay. Little bit heavier in on Michigan Avenue a little bit heavy on Highland heading in towards the State Street area, so just heads up with that. And, uh, you know, have fun with it. I'm Debbie Glasgow. Wtmj time saver traffic. Thank you, Debbie. Logical. Yeah. I mean, I'm surprised guys is actually still a lot of open spots were roughly what hour and a half from the parade. But it's starting to fill up and like, Debbie said, they're going to start closing off the streets. Right now. We're on the corner of Kilburn and water and this is one of the intersecting streets. The parade route is going to go right in front of us. So people are in the area. We want to encourage and become down. Sure when they just pick up on something you were saying during the break. This is we want to encourage everybody come here because.
"five stations" Discussed on WTVN
"By temp star and classic air. I'm Johnny Hill News Radio. 6 10 W. TV, ABC six first Morning weather with the Andrew but Michael powered by the basement, Dr Andrew What's the weather? Like for the Memorial tournament today and really into the weekend? Well, today's gonna be a wet one. If you Have anything planned outside like the memorial tournament today. Take the rain gear we're gonna have on and off showers and thunderstorms. Today 75 degrees for the high. It's the coolest but also the way to stay on the 70 forecast tomorrow. Partly cloudy of really nice day little fog in the morning we get up to a high of 82 tomorrow drive for the weekend and hot with high temperatures near 90 Plenty of sun. Where? Well, it's I could resist it. 60 Ford Western Bill 63 at your severe weather station. NewsRadio 16 W TV Coming up on Columbus is morning Use Georgia Teen is now a hero today, alerting his family to a fire along with his neighbors more with Andrew Dember. Everyone made it out alive thanks to 15 year old Jamil Napoleon. So I'm waking up and I hear crackling noise on popping Jamil was the first person to spot the flames. He ran upstairs, waking up his whole family. I walked up, says, I just start shouting Fire, Fire fire! And so everyone got up J male, then hopped the back fence, quickly yelling to wake up the neighbors. He took more than three dozen firefighters from five stations put out the fire. Some houses were burned down to the framing. Coming up the new league name. Columbus Police Chief speaks and Rory Neil from NBC News Radio and Trump's plans to reach his supporters. Moving forward at 7 35 Mark Blazer show today three. It's officially round one of the memorial and we are live on site at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Dimitrius Stanley is joining us out there and what memorial would be complete. If we didn't talk to Mr Golf. Ray Hus stink. He will join us as well. We're having some fun and please join us, starting at three news radio. 16 w. T v ed at Children's National Hospital. Everything we do is just for kids..
"five stations" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Many, many books. As You Know, His latest is Animal Vegetable junk, which is out now, Mark Bittman. Thank you so much for talking to us. Thanks for having me, Michelle. And finally today, as you may already know, NPR is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and since the kick out to acceleration coincide with Mother's Day weekend, what better way to celebrate than to invite the women we refer to as MPR's founding mothers? Stop by for a visit well, a virtual visit. I do not think I exaggerate when I say that these women are legendary in the world of journalism, but they remain treasures to us without their work and glass breaking spirit. NPR would not be what it is today, So we thought we talk a little bit about the past, but also about what's happening in the world right now, because that's the business we're in. Joining us now. Susan Stamberg, special correspondent for NPR. Linda Wertheimer, senior national correspondent, and Nina Totenberg, NPR legal affairs correspondent. Welcome Welcome. Thank you all so much. Thank you. Thank you for having thank you, Michelle. Thank you. Just I'm going to start with you. Did you think you'd see 50 years at this place? I know certain words have been used over the course of the week. Ramshackle affair. Things of that sort. Did you think you'd see 50 years here? Listen, I didn't think I'd see the day after tomorrow when we began, and Linda will tell you that even more firmly because she was our first director. It was pretty shaky, but it was throwing. The thing is, it was so complicated. We were very ambitious from the beginning. Day one wanted to compete with The New York Times. We have exactly five reporters. We had a handful of engineers, and maybe we had five stations as well. And five listeners. But still, the ambitions were great. The resource is, as you can imagine where tiny and what it meant, though, and I suppose I didn't realize this it in the instant was, we were creating something that had never been heard before, and it was going to be heard. Eventually, as today in the Million's across the country and across the globe, I couldn't have predicted 50 years, but I did feel there was gonna be a big future. Then what about you? Did you think you'd see 50 years of this place? No, no. I thought that I thought that jobs in our field. We're just not long. You know, we're not like the jobs that you That you moved from institution institution may be doing the same work but not for the same folks. But then what happened to me when the reason that I you know, went for decades. Is that First of all, we were a start up, so everybody began at the beginning, and we didn't have a whole lot of people who outranked us. Even though we were brand new and We didn't know her craft very well. We were the first people there, So we had the jobs. Nobody was ahead of us. And so we were able to move up and on and up and on over and over. You know too bad And you know, NPR has been a pioneer and putting women on the air in meaty roles. I mean, Susan Stamberg, you became the first woman to anchor a daily national news program in America when you hosted all things considered. When, of course pioneer and that the other thing of hearing women on the air in the substantive beats at a time when that was considered unusual, so I wanted to ask each of you what that was like a Nina. Why don't you start on that one? Well, this was the only place I had ever worked where I wasn't either. The only woman or one of two and my first job was on the womens page of the old record American in Boston, otherwise known as the record And it was traditional women's page. That is recipes and bridal gowns and stuff like that, and I did an extra shift to do other things. And it was an amazing thing to work with lots of other women. And, of course, is the the only reason they hired lots of women. Enlarge was because they could afford us. No man would have worked for what we worked for. Who wants to jump in there, Susan, I will. Yeah, Michelle. I had to fight. Have t be the first woman to anchor nightly news broadcast, but I didn't know about it at the time. I only found out 11 years later from Bill Simmering, who was our program manager and the one who really created all things considered and decided I should be the woman too. To be the anchor that there had been at the very beginning. A number of calls from our station managers objecting to my doing that job, saying a woman's voice is not authoritative. No one will take her seriously. He to his credit to my enormous relief 11 years later. Never told me at the time. He had great confidence in me, and he thought if I if I just simply continued, he liked what he was hearing, and it was the voice that he wanted to hear and had heard in his head and became the voice of national public Radio. Calm, conversational. Chatty over the back fence. Tough when need be. He felt if you just let me go. Listeners would get used to it. And things would be fine. And in fact that happened so I never knew it until later, Linda, what about you? I mean, you have so many crazy stories, especially covering the hill and covering politics is you did I mean some of those things still happen?.
"five stations" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"They make it look so easy, you know, renovating an entire home and selling it for a profit in just a matter of days, having a few Whimsical arguments here and there that air Cooley early planned out. Either way, it's entertaining and I'm into it, But I enjoy it. But number one when there were maybe three channels, and then HBO came out and now we've got a gazillion and I mean, just to imagine you'd have a channel. Just completely dedicated to people renovating houses. I'm not saying I don't like it. It's just it's It's also absurd to me. Also your taste me When I hear kids say there's nothing on TV. Are you serious right now? They're streaming everything and hello, cable. Get it together any way I could do that anymore. It's not like I used to walk to school in the snow uphill both ways. It's you know, I had three channels when I was a kid, you know, so you could. It's the same. My grandmother used to be so proud to say we have five stations. Now you get up and you go turn the knob to make him work. But No, not five stations were big time. But truthfully, these HD TV shows and they're on so many different networks. They make it look so easy. And to me some of these TV commercials about investing, make retiring look unbelievably simple to Mike. I mean We call the number or we go toe website and all of a sudden there I am with my perfect gray hair, by the way, and my happy husband is just pushing me on a swing beachside. It's just a dream. But is that truly the reality of hiring an adviser like you? I hope not. I watch those and I hope they're ineffective. I see what's going on. The problem is, you know, I understand marketing understand what it takes for companies to be successful in the market things. And the cost of those abs that they're running. Is it Z crazy? What they're paying for those and in order to cover the expense of those advertisements, they have to have someone on the other end. That's Essentially got a way to make enough money to cover it right And so and usually there's a product involved. So the reality is most of these companies doing sort of the national advertising and we see that you know everybody's happy. But then the job or the purpose of those ads is to generate leads and then advisors around the country are buying the leads, and they're paying a lot for those leads. They're not cheap. We don't do that. Christian. We have a radio show you my talk right? So but for advisors who don't have a radio show, not all advisers, but some of them were, you know, buying these leads and then so just imagine a scenario where you paid potentially It's just that you paid $1000 for the opportunity to talk to somebody. Who had responded to that ad and Christian that wouldn't be Crazy. I mean, that goes on. I mean, are you gonna have a really, really big incentive to try to convince that person to work with you? I'd argue. Yes. I don't think it's always going to be a laid back conversation. I think that person is very driven to sell you whatever it is that they do for a living, and I wouldn't respond well to that. Which is why we do our radio program the way that we do it, So I'm not a big fan of that. And when you say hiring advisers like me, I think there's advisers out there of all types. So you get offended. You know, advisers like you, You know that's a little bit. You're not all the same. I get it. We're not doing TV ads at this point, you know, with people and swings, but I mean, I don't know if it comes up to me. Oh, probably Well, now we can because you brought it up on the radio. But it's meant to be, you know, a conversation and Christian When we When we talk about what we do on how we do it, we're fiduciaries were fee based advisors. It's not our job to sell products. It's our job to help people with solutions, and we just happen to work with people that are looking for solutions to retirement. It's meant to be a conversation. It's not meant to be a heavy handed sales pitch. So we're inviting you through our conversation on the radio. If you're interested to come have a conversation with us about your situation. What's important to you what you're looking to accomplish. We are fiduciaries where, if you based advisors and if you'd like to have that conversation is going to be very, very laid back where it should take a look at your current situation compared to what it is, you're looking to accomplish. And we're going to put numbers in front of you. But we've come up with a really good way of explaining those numbers and how they work. The biggest compliment that I get is Hey, listen, I really appreciate you putting it in a format or in terms that are easy for me to understand, because this was confusing to me before I sit down and talk to you about it and thank you so much for that complete financial plans so If you're in that situation, and you just like to have the conversation, give us a call 916545916545 12,000. Reach out to a team member off the air will take about three minutes to set up their complete financial plan that analysis so that you can find out if you're getting the best value for what you're paying for. When it comes to your.
"five stations" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"They make it look so easy, you know, renovating an entire home and selling it for a profit in just a matter of days, having a few Whimsical arguments here and there that are clearly planned out. Either way, it's entertaining and I'm into it, But I enjoy it. But number one when there were maybe three channels, and then HBO came out and now we've got a gazillion and I mean, just who imagined you'd have a channel. Just completely dedicated to people renovating houses. I'm not saying I don't like it. It's just It's a it also absurd to me. Also your taste me When I hear kids say there's nothing on TV. Are you serious right now? They're streaming everything and hello, cable. Get it together any way I could do that anymore. It's not like I used to walk to school when the snow uphill both ways. It's you know, I had three channels when I was a kid, you know, so you could. It's the same. My grandmother used to be so proud to say we have five stations. Now you get up and you go turn the knob to make him work. But No. Five stations were big time. But truthfully, these HD TV shows and they're on so many different networks. They make it look so easy. And to me some of these TV commercials about investing, make retiring look unbelievably simple to Mike. I mean We call the number or we go to our website and all of a sudden there I am with my perfect gray hair, by the way, and my happy husband is just pushing me on a swing beachside. It's just a dream. But is that truly the reality of hiring an adviser like you? I hope not. I watch those and I hope they're ineffective. I see what's going on. The problem is You know, I understand marketing, understand what it takes for companies to be successful in the market things and the cost of those abs that they're running. Is it Z crazy? What they're paying for those? And in order to cover the expense of those advertisements. They have to have someone on the other end. That's essentially got a way to make enough money to cover it right And so and usually there's a product involved. So the reality is most of these companies doing sort of the national advertising. And we see that you know everybody's happy. But then the job or the purpose of those ads is to generate leads and then advisers Around the country or buying the leads, and they're paying a lot for those leads. They're not cheap. We don't do that. Christian. We have a radio show you might talk right? So but for advisors who don't have a radio show and not all advisers, but some of them were, you know, buying these leads and then so just imagine a scenario where you paid potentially Let's just say you paid $1000 for the opportunity to talk to somebody. Who had responded to that ad and Christian that wouldn't be Crazy. I mean, that goes on. I mean, are you gonna have a really, really big incentive to try to convince that person to work with you? I would argue. Yes. I don't think it's always going to be a laid back conversation. I think that person is very driven to sell you whatever it is that they do for a living, and I wouldn't respond well to that. Which is why we do our radio program the way that we do it, So I'm not a big fan of that. And when you say hiring advisers like me There's advisers out there of all types, so you're gonna finish. You know, advisers like you, You know that's a little bit. You're not all the same I get. We're not doing TV ads at this point, you know, with people and swings, but I mean, I don't know if it comes up Tonto doing that problem. Well, now we can because you brought it up on the radio, but it's meant to be, you know, a conversation and Christian When we When we talk about what we do, and how we do it, we're fiduciaries were fee based advisers. Not our job to sell products. It's our job to help people with solutions, and we just happen to work with people that are looking for solutions to retirement. It's meant to be a conversation. It's not meant to be a heavy handed sales pitch. So we're inviting you through our conversation on the radio. If you're interested to come have a conversation with us about your situation. What's important to you what you're looking to accomplish. We are fiduciaries where, if you based advisors and if you like to have that conversation is gonna be very, very laid back or it could take a look at your current situation compared to what it is, you're looking to accomplish. And we're gonna put numbers in front of you. But we've come up with a really good way of explaining those numbers and how they work. The biggest compliment that I get is Hey, listen, I really appreciate you putting it in a format or in terms that are easy for me to understand, because this was confusing to me before I sit down and talk to you about it and thank you so much for that complete financial plan, so If you're in that situation, and you just like to have the conversation, give us a call. 81355007078135500707 take about three minutes to set up their complete financial plan that analysis so that you can find out if you're getting the best value for what you're paying for when it comes to your.
"five stations" Discussed on Some Would Play
"But i. I really like that horn idea was the horn idea to when the barbarians are aware attacking to blow horn. That's literally the idea what the burying nevermind khloe haven't talk. What are we going to have the barbarians attack me. What we're going to ask them could be fun. I don't know being. Are we going to kick their ass or ask them for help. Electro says i will happily kick their ass. I don't remember what i just don't know how much we can control the barbarians. We don't need them to do their own thing. And this seems like a very coordinated effort. We talk about this. We did we kind of i- offhandedly talked about maybe getting the barbarians evolved off towards the fighters skilled her own electro. Thank you for. Solve a net on and she walks to the fighters guild door and goes to open it and it opens pretty easily. There is a greeter there who doesn't greet her or anybody else at followed her you especially because they don't know you are. They don't notice you they don't see you. And there are two fighters that look familiar to go with lecco. Yeah yes it looked familiar to you there little burnt and scarred Live them aren't with that party because two of them were burnt up pretty badly and are probably at the infirmary but the fighters guild leader is there. She's sitting at a table Just having some beer that they not have like any healing potions does not help you in that situation not with hellfire. No hoof are bad. And she's just talking with other fighter guild members drinking some ale. She hasn't noticed you guys walked in because elected didn't kick the door open this time. She opened up politely. She's learning that's fair and electro walks rights up to the fighters guild leader and then sits down next to her and she says the you were doing a thing later. We'd like your help. And the fighters guild leader gulps loudly and swallows her aol she wipes her mouth off and she looks over to lecco and she looks she looks at a lecco looking for a whip that she cannot see. She's looking at you and she's like you wrecked four of my men that we're gonna fight and now you want our help. We can help. If that's all it takes a can fix that up. I'm not asking. I'm telling you you're going to help. Or i will burn this place to the ground. And then the fighters guild leader g snaps back like this behind her to the greeting table and then the greeter brings a tray with a cup avail on it and puts it in front of lecco and then the fighters guild leader. Says if you can beat me in drinking this sale then you will have my sword and my shield and alexa says that's pretty weak challenge for a fighter and the fighters guild leader. Says no if you want my help. We're going to do this. And elected looks a you and then fighters go leader. She says what does this. Swill taste like me to drink it. No no what is does taste like is going to make me sick. Looks like aol like you know just to lightly alcoholic beverage. Alcohol i right. It is swill compared to broacha. Well the like a relatively simple challenge while you want to do is open up the back of your throat. There's a lot of foam in an aol and Just kind of let it go down your gullet. If you know how big your insides of your mouth are that have you. Have you had alcohol before electro. No no not mortal alcohol. And you'll probably be fine. We usually drink wine from my father's vineyard. And we don't we don't make any spirits with the wheat or anything like that and then fighters guild leaders starts chuck a little bit because she thinks she's gonna win this because there's a little farm girl here that's never had beer before electoral. You've never had it before. It's probably not gonna taste great but you know problem. Make sick if you're used to wine. Oh okay so this should be easy. Then so electro picks up her mug and she looks at over. She looks over at the fighters guild leader. And she says we go on your mark. And then the fighters gil leader says we will go on the count of three and then a bunch of other fighters gather around the table. Because there's going to be a drinking contest. And then the fighters guild leader goes one. Elective picture glass up to. She puts it up closer to her mouth. And then the fighters go leader says three an electro tilt your head back opens her mouth wide. Her jaw dislocates like a snake. She puts the whole mug in her mouth. And swallows close her mouth and the fighters guild leader. Her mouth goes wide open and she drops her mug and she says what demon spawn to the city. I dunno demon spawn. Just just my good friend. And then electro taking offense to demon spawn slams. Her fist on the table breaks a big chunk off of table couple of fighters backup watching this little farm girl break this table. She eat the mug and the whole fence. He's chrysler often does. She never drank us out. The weighting factor. She's lucky that she didn't just pick her up by her stupid book and head and put her in there ourselves. Hell of a poop later. The fires gills leaders said. That didn't go quite as planned How many of us do you need. And then electro to you and they all bet like you bitch like She says how many were going to be at the heist. And then all of the fighters around now notice you and jump back as you just appeared out of thin air. Go to grab their weapons. An elective says. I wouldn't do that if i were you. And then they ease up a little bit fighters guild leaders still looking at electro in disbelief that she swallowed a whole mug of ale by dislocating. A snake maybe. Don't be such a cocky bitch. I'd like to use harris embrace. I feel like and the apply. Notice anything you don't think you chapel on. I have five stations back door door. There.
"This week we talk about fighting fires twice a week. A firefighter dies in the line of duty. Heroes sense of the word firefighters spend their lives, doing gritty dangerous work, wearing down their lungs and their bodies, so that the rest of us can have safer lives the biggest fire in recent San Francisco history began with just a few wisps of smoke from the top story of the building right here within a half hour, the entire structure was engulfed. Here's how it happened beginning with the first call to fire dispatch. Construction. East of Los Angeles more than fifteen hundred firefighters are facing walls of fire, eighty feet, tall, hot, dry gusts, or whipping up fire tornadoes across brush, Brittle from drought. Firefighters a frontline responders in the battle against climate change whether it's fighting raging wildfires or helping urban dwellers overcome extreme heat or rescuing victims of rising seas, firefighters, a who we call on. What is less well known that? are being exposed to toxic soup of chemicals from melting screen TV's and nylon carpets each time they respond to a residential fire. I talk with Tom O'Connor. Battalion Chief in San. Francisco's five. The poppin as well as one of the directors of the San Francisco Cancer Prevention Foundation about how firefighters a leading the charge to clean up. One Community at the time. I stopped by asking Battalion Chief O. Connor how long he's been with the San Francisco Fire Department. Had Been a firefighter in San Francisco for roughly twenty seven years until one attracted you in the first place to becoming a firefighter. ability to help others and engage in some sort of civic duty that I wanted to serve the community and as well as a kind of drifting between jobs. At that point in my life I thought I was going to be a college professor and I was in Grad. School Davis and this job came up in San Francisco, and I thought well. Maybe I'll do this and make our way through Grad. School before I get my Phd and twenty seven years later and all but dissertation, but one day I'll go back and finish up. What what was on Tom. Science that's pretty amazing that you made that switch of that time that you thought about being firefighter before and the first and the family come from a family of new. York cops and ironically enough My mother's an identical twin, and both sisters gave birth at roughly the same time, and my cousin is in New York firemen and I'm San Francisco firefighter. So yeah, we both kind of follows similar career paths in life. We're in an interesting time as it relates to public service and firefight is still revered, and you'll everyone's local hero, whereas the police are going through a rough time in terms of public perception, and and frankly the behavior firefighters are very fortunate in that. Every time were called. Were there to help? We don't give out tickets. We don't arrest people like there's no. Negative outcome of a visit from a firefighter. We know that the public call us at their absolute worst moment, so we make sure that they have absolute trust in us if they call and they want us, there were at their lowest of low. We WanNA. Make sure that's a very non-intrusive private visit and we WANNA. Maintain that trust so if they opened their doors stranger to. To come in and help we WANNA make sure that they always feel welcome to open that door, so we're always in the community talking to people and we make sure we follow up on the clients that we do visit for Medical Paul or fire call I mean we really nurture the relationship with the community, so it's sort of an oral tradition that's been handed down. With virtually every fire department in the nation, that's you maintain that that level of trust in that relationship with the public and one of the things that's unique about firefighters is you'll live together I mean it's more like a family. You're going back to your family of firefighters. How does that shift even work at one twenty four hour shift, and usually you're off for forty eight hours, and it comes to forty eight or fifty six hour workweek. But yeah, it is kind of a unique social experiment where you put all these people together for twenty four hours. We have meals together and us. You know live and fight and work together, and it's like any family. You'll have fights. You have disagreements and you make up and you come together, and there's high points and low points, but. You make it all work. Some people say we put the fun and dysfunction, but Like it, it's a it's a great experiment and is really an enjoyable profession especially when you put that family aspect together, and where's your battalion Tom I'm battalion one which goes from downtown, San Francisco Chinatown North. Beach all you over to the wharf, so it's a big busy battalion. How many? Do, you have We have roughly seventy firefighters this battalion every day, so it's five stations and I get about six thousand runs a year so I don't know how many would get with all the engines and trucks put together probably in excess of ninety thousand calls a year amazing. It's huge. Yeah, we keep busy. It's really slowed down now with the pandemic because downtown is emptied. So, there's nobody to call nine one one anymore. They're all sheltering in place somewhere
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"Point five station it's almost time for young Jeffries brand new song of the week and since this is his first song of the new year expectations are very low lower than normal but likely that shouldn't be a problem because Jeff specializes in going lower than the average man it's impressive hello Jeff can go I've got picture proof of it and I will tweeted out after he sings his brand new song of the week which is coming out at nine ten may one music ninety two point five to it's it's time for young Jeffrey song of the week a lot of pressure to put on Jeff likes pressure he likes pressure and all kinds of places in time him some pressure in the radio studio right now Jeff are you ready to sing your first song in the new year a lot of pressure on your for a lot of pressure there yeah I guess so nice down though yeah I know a lot of times I come in you're motivated and energized rated to tell you guys like why my songs so important not only to listeners but to the whole world right but today I just don't feel it really.
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"five stations" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Voice command away. Just ask Alexa to play. Five station from iheartradio to gotta keep you. Morning. Everybody handle here in the morning through on a Tuesday may fourteenth four handle on the news. Jennifer Jones Lee, Wayne, Resnick and me as expected Felicity Huffman went to court yesterday, and pleaded guilty for her role in the college admission scandal. She tried to explain why she did what she did. She was tearful and said my daughter's been seeing a neuropsychologist and she was eight and she didn't want to give the impression her daughter psychologist who help them get the extended time on the college entrance exam knew about the scheme engineered by singer. I don't even know what that means other than she's just taking full responsibility. No one else knew about it. It's me, I'm willing to take the consequences. I think the prosecutors asking for four months, and is the judge the judges any liberal judge at all she's getting no jail time. That's what I would assume possibly four months of home confinement to you know, to send a message to the publicity around twenty five thousand dollar home. White collar a lot trying to say I did it because my daughter has like learning disability was that what she was training. Yes. That's what she's trying. Yes. What she's introducing now into the mix is, and it's everybody's going to have a different reaction to whether this matters is this was not just crass. I'm going to pay a lot of money. Get my daughter is had I get it. Now, go back to when she was eight years old. And so therefore she needed help. But reason I didn't bring it up as a defense because I didn't want to nail the neuropsychologist right and say that he was part of it. Right. Right. But also in other words, I've always tried to help her legitimately. And this is not a bad argument announce true. And what happened is then it spilled over into crazy legal stuff as well. Judge going to pay attention to that. Yeah. Former president Jimmy Carter broke his hip yesterday..
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"five stations" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe
"Be hearing about the blue startups cohort ten demo day a big event coming up on july twentieth and of course then we'll learn about the state of the art from the engineering in medicine and biology society their annual conferences happening here next week and we've got organizers dr aaron ota and dr jim whalen and they're here to phyllis it but yes i up let's welcome mark fukunaga he's the chairman and ceo of served co pacific and he is here to tell us about this great new car sharing abc called who he welcome to the show great to be here thanks for having me yeah so you have had a number of a recent announcements yesterday and today but we want to start today with with this car sharing app and tell us a little bit about it you can you can download in fact i downloaded it and i'm thinking how can i use this carsharing at where are the stations located well we've got twenty five stations carsharing stations that have anywhere from two to five sometimes more cars and they're concentrated in the urban core on lulu so largely between downtown and waikiki and at across all those stations we've got seventy vehicles who the icus so prius prius prime camry and lexus rx oh interesting so in the app you can choose what sort of ride you're looking for and have it priced accordingly yeah the apple basically show you where all the of all the stations are you click on the station that's closest to you and show you all the cars at that station there available for booking you book it online on your.
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"We'll go main street as a fire station on main street and i believe walt disney used to lift that all like was staying there part time while the puk was being bill basically had this like office in five station which had this like cool little lamp which where he would still under and do work and read and do whatever wherever you are and whatever you're doing under a lamp under flight under la exactly so he was under slam who's doing is what when he passed away i'm a woman came up to the office and try to turn off the land because it was still on and as she went back downstairs having turned off and then she looked back up at the window and the light bestow on so she went backup turned it off and went back downstairs and how she she was evening again the light turns itself back home again an issue to lynch she went up a third time to his to his office and stood that tarnoff's stood them waited and then the light to turn its back home so apparently since then the light hasn't been turned off and they've kept on to mark walt disney's presence in the park gerry de still there w d has never left the park so that's kinda kinda with sinn maintained that is very fascinating mean my biggest thing is like i beg okay will then bring ten when people up there and like everyone just needs a fight this lamp like obviously we need to like exercise this lamp.
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"On the top floor if a deceased five station in london a flee to pump because apart in ready tryfest betis on your phone at the male fag round of these dozens of your mind one of many installations and performances happening this month's possibly match bankside festival large started seven years ago much can the facts about britain together lots local communities because we found that the tightening a lots of the local community found that they will be they felt like the pushed down that's caroline giants produce around curator of match she tells me how enlisting the help it involvement of lycos is key to the festival's success so it was more about the don't ask just puncan cannot salah it was about the whole can to be involved in the work and it was all about bringing them altogether so them when we did have a show on they completely understood what show was about and then they would bring in their families and other local people that wouldn't necessarily go to now gallery it'll but they were interested in things that family had been part of the idea behind maj is to bring together art music i'm performance into funding that relate to the history of the bank side area the festival uses interesting buildings pop up calories in theaters such as the fire station that mccartney in people can forget the history the the um to seal the new building select bring by the history and sort of tell stories through that history but also a lot of the pieces the judith interaction.