33 Burst results for "Four Hundred Pounds"
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"I'm not using like a hot mess kind of kind of soupy. So i'm she just happened to have a hothead closet missile. We've talked about this. This is my dusty deep blue knitting that. I made in college when i was sick in bed for like a year in it. I am too high anxiety to knit. Look at this. we've i mean it is so tight But yeah so. That's why it cannot be an afghan because it would weigh four hundred pounds. But it's helping me all my john. Frieda brilliant brunette visibly deeper shampoo. Because i've been growing out my gray for the past two years. And i have these great visions following the instagram. Like graham bay groundbreaking Dro oh it's like a yeah exactly then. There's these amazingly gorgeous people who are growing out these beautiful silver maine's and whenever in mind just kind of like fifteen percent gray and it's not it's kind of let down so i'm like oh i'm bored already. Do i have to have this hair for the rest of my life now so i sent a text. My hairdresser good old. Anne cobb peacock and i said okay. I'm kind of bored dry color..
Practical Steps to Calculate Zakat
"We're going to be talking about calculating zagat and we wanna make sure and we want to help you calculated correctly and then we'll talk a little bit about work can go as well Once you calculate it okay so what do just give a very. I'm going to keep this quiet free flowing right guys and yeah feel free to chapin I'm just gonna give a very brief overview of how it works. I'm assuming that everybody listening knows the basics of there's a new saab amount which is x. Amount of silver and and or code. Let's just go by the silver amount and the saab of the moment is roughly around four hundred pounds. Okay so if you are in ownership of more than four if we just say for argument's sake you own more than four hundred pound in your bank account for a whole year. Zagat is then due upon you. So you need to pay zakat. That's probably going to be most people listening to this right now. Okay so anything over four hundred pound. You need to pay. Do you guys know what. The percentage is to boom two and a half percent. Yeah one fortieth one. Four one. Fourteen technical here fractions fraction incentives. Have you done the decimal point. Two five and two point sue far your point not too far yet. You're right but that's optional. Isn't it in the sense that amount that solve the minimum amount. If you go if you want to pay more you can. yeah yeah.
Electric Cargo Cycles Deliver Packages in Miami
"In many cities delivery trucks and vans often end up circling blocks parking illegally or idling in the street while the driver hops out to drop off a package but some companies have found an alternative that takes up less parking space and creates less pollution three wheeled electric cycles that are equipped with cargo containers. You can operate them like a bike but they have power. You can run it on full electric if you need to. It's a good blend between being on a bicycle and being in a car. Greg hewitt is ceo of dhl express us. Last summer the package delivery company began using four of these electric cargo cycles in miami. Each has a container that carries up to four hundred pounds and his reloaded several times. A day hewitt says dhl express aims to get e cycles into more cities soon but i cities and states must approve and regulate their use for example permitting them to ride in bike lanes or creating parking areas for them so change won't happen immediately but he says e bikes can help make cities more sustainable by reducing road traffic and emission pollution while still not sacrificing fast efficient deliveries for our
How to Control Cravings
"My name is leah. Klein showed i am a registered and licensed dietitian and i have been seeing and helping clients with cravings and with a variety of other issues for the past three and a half years at nutritional weight and wellness so nearly every day i like i mentioned i work with clients who are trying to get their cravings under control because this is really a lot of what drives our food decisions how we think about food some of the emotional choices that we make around food and a lot of my clients come in and they are frustrated they are so done with the sugar cravings and they might say to me i am so done and because i know if i have just one i can't stop with just one and then i know the consequences afterwards. I know that i don't feel good. After i indulge. And i know that that's one of the big reasons why i keep gaining weight. Why can't lose weight. But it is so hard to stop with the cookies and the chocolate's when they are just sitting around so like nicki i have personally experienced some of those cravings in the past. I completely understand where they're coming from. And i tried to relate that to them that we've all been in that boat here's ninety seven percent of us have been in this boat at some point one or another and so how again. How do we build in some of those realistic solutions for each individual. Client to help them. Get off of that cycle. yes exactly. we're real people rightly have really well. Good morning and it's nice to be here with you. Leah i'm nikki doreen. I'm also registered and licensed dietitian. I've been helping clients nutritional weight and wellness for about two. And a half years to as i personally have explained that i have dealt with cravings in my own life. I've also had many experiences in my past work experiences with clients or patients actually at a weight loss. Managment clinic where they did weight loss surgeries so i would help them with their eating prior to surgery and then after surgery but one of the biggest things was they had a lot of cravings. That was a lot of reason why those folks were in my office. When i saw them they gained weight. Because of that. And that's a big concern with a lotta people dealing with cravings Some of my patients had to lose one hundred pounds some two hundred some even upwards of four hundred pounds and so if you think about the impact of having a high sugar diet or high carb diet or being having cravings for sugar that can really affect you And you look for solutions other than food. Sometimes mike weight loss surgery now not all of my patients had issues with cravings but many of them did and i think the big thing is they were looking for that solution of weight loss from the surgery and to help them with their cravings. All of my patients were just like everyone else. They wanted to lose weight to be more active. You know to you know if we ever get snow maybe go out and have you know like go skiing or they wanted to walk around. The lake. Walk their dog longer than just a few minutes. They wanted to get into more stylish clothes. They wanted to fit on an airplane. Someday you know comfortably airplane seat. I heard all of those things. They wanted to be able to play with kids or grandkids. All of those were reasons why they wanted to get rid of their cravings and lose weight. Yeah so nikki thinking back then when you were working in that setting and working with these clients had a lot of way to lose You know and this might be a question. Some of our listeners. Wanna know the answer then to the once they had that surgery so you worked with them pre and post surgery but once they had that surgery did weight loss surgery actually help take away their cravings. Unfortunately no and you know quickly learning from working at that clinic that that was the case. The cravings didn't go away. The hunger didn't necessarily go away if it did. It was for a very short period of time and We need to. And so. I spent a lot of time explaining that yes the surge would help them lose weight but not necessarily help them with the cravings and. I really had wish that. When i worked in that clinic that i wouldn't have i knew more about cravings and that biochemical piece in the brain because i think i could have helped my patients more. Yeah so that's just very interesting to know. And i guess i'm curious to know too with those clients that you saw and if that you know if the weight loss surgery didn't necessarily resolved their cravings but what happened in happen those weight loss surgeries. A lot is now. The stomach and the digestive tract has a lot less acreage to it. Like you can't fit as much food in there as usual so now potentially would you say that. sometimes you saw even if people couldn't necessarily Satisfy those cravings with food. Would you see that translate somewhere else. Definitely yes there was definitely some addictive behaviors. That happened because sugar is an addiction. Sugar cravings are a lot of people. Come into our office. You probably hear this. I'm addicted to sugar aso. How i learned about how to help people with cravings was a real clinical experience. You know my clinical experience from the weight loss surgery know clinic showed me that there was an issue out there but once i worked at nutritional wellness i learned about the how to fix those cravings why those cravings were happening and so it helped me myself and it helps it helps all my clients so you know back to you know my previous patients you know they would lose weight you know the first year or two and then all of a sudden weight would start creeping back you know and a lot of them would gain all their way back or some of them would gain a lot of their way back and some of them would even gain more So it was really you know we never got to the root cause those cravings their food. How do we balance their blood sugars. So they get off that cravings train absolutely. Let's circle back. I know you have a couple more stories that you just want to share from your experiences there but we do have to go to our first break so stay tuned. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness and many people are told that how they think determines how well they feel. They're told that positive. Thoughts and affirmations are the answer to overcoming depression and anxiety and yes. It's true that positive thoughts and affirmations really can help change the chemical process to create better attitudes in a better mood overall but researchers have actually found that in these modern times many people lack the essential nutrients for brain wellness that supports their overall sense of wellbeing. So today during our breaks we want to share some of those key nutrients that we all really need to achieve a well functioning brain and we'll be right
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KTRH
"Hour traffic center Julie thank you it looks like we've got some fog in the air this morning that dense fog advisory until ten o'clock then turning cloudy high temperatures in the low eighties tonight low sixties overnight Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday going to be in the low eighties the entire way only a slight chance of rain on the weekend on Saturday and Sunday about a twenty percent chance right now sixty five at your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty KTRE H. headline time now for sure good morning everyone is seven twenty one AM newsradio seven forty KTRE Jr headlines are sponsored by sparks engineering talk about your fear mongering now the university of Nebraska Medical Center they predict there will be is ninety six million coronavirus cases in the U. S. four hundred eighty thousand people will die they say for the disease that is if no precautions are taken to stop the spread of the disease hello what are we doing a four hundred pound feral hog found out that you don't mess with the thirteen year old scout scout niece he's of culture that teenager on a hunt trip with his dad on a Columbus ranch killed that hold with one name shot the picture online it Kate year H. dot com you might want to think twice about that Splenda you're putting on your car in your coffee while you have a biscuit this morning new study shows sucralose in combination with carbohydrates can turn a healthy person into one with high blood sugar more the stories right now at KJRH dot com coming up here at the top at the at the bottom of the hour we must election twenty twenty happens year why use radios seven forty J. T. R. H. right seven twenty two now let's get back to a talking about the one corona virus and its impact on the United States economy there is going to be a downturn say economists but that's okay it's going to recover political analyst Abby George Annis now with some details good morning Debbie good morning thanks so much for having me so we've seen obviously some you know really crazy stuff already the massive plummet of two thousand points earlier this week then the bounce back a thousand points in the stock market but it's not just about stock market we're talking about prices we're talking about retail revenue etcetera what can we expect from this and for how long.
How Tyson Fury Defeated Deontay Wilder In the Ring and Outside of It
"Talking a little bit about this story that we got into in one of our episodes last week Where British box Tyson fury mistaken on American deontay wilder and we all know the from the last episode wilder claimed that he lost the fight because he had put on this big heavy suit of armor to hype the fight and his walk into the ring he had to wear this and it was a forty pound cost. You Mia no one bought it. Let's just say that. But he's sitting in heavy legs as a result. Basically a guy didn't want to give credit to his opponent. Yeah it'd be. It'd be a little different. It'd be a little different Steve. If it was a figure skater. Who said that to wear forty pounds thing or a gymnast fucking heavyweight boxer? You know carry four hundred pounds anyway. That's initially stupid. Go ahead yeah. So fury on the other hand Well his preparations for the fight. We're kind of interesting he. He actually boldly predicted he'd knocked wilder at within the first two rounds and he was right he did but he also revealed that his preparation for the fight is bizarre side. He wanted to keep his testosterone just absolutely pumping so we did a lot of things you didn't before he eight five six meals a day. He drank seven leaders of water. Any masturbated six seven times a day to keep his testosterone admitted that the keys to victory seven times a day. Good good well. They always do that thing. Jim Lampley does the tale of the tape in. Oh yeah here's a fury. Is this tall the ways this much ice from this area? He Masturbate seven times a day. I love to see that in a graphic. Yeah Hang on. Put another five hundred on the guy that last stat okay. Low loan up. Wow surely can't beat that. Where Steve Are you doing that like? You can't spend your whole day in a bathroom. There's gotTa be other places where he's at a restaurant going. Excuse me I'll be right back here. This soup was amazing. I've gotta go look at these seats in this car. I mean how do you fit in seven times a day Steve? How do you fit that? You pick up the mail here all my God. The color of this envelope is I gotta go. What are you doing? Oh my God. We're at a restaurant here. For God's sake stop it now. Don't question success this might be. This might turn into a thing now now that people know that this kind of thing helps you win. Fights could be thing. Yeah there you
I never hit my goals. Am I setting them too high?
"So pat asks. I never hit my goals. Am I setting my goals? Too High One of the things I learned about goals is that in order for you to set realistic goals. Goals that you can achieve. That are a bit of a stretch but can be achieved. You have to reverse engineer them. You have to actually figure out his even possible for example. If I set the goal that next month I WANNA have three thousand new customers but last month I had ten customers. How many to make that difference of two thousand nine hundred ninety customers. How is that going to actually happen? How many customers do I need every day? How am I gonNA get those customers? This will give me a better indication. If this goal is far. Fetched or actually doable. You got to reverse engineer the goal and you care reverse engineer any goals without any metrics. What are you measuring this outcome? This goal against can't say next month we'll have a bigger business just means maybe one more customer than last month so be specific about the metric. You're following about your goals and then reverse engineer and find out. What do I need to do to hit that goal this month? Is that something that I do is something that I've done in the past or maybe Come close to and maybe can push myself a little bit more. What's my plan of execution? This is very important because if you're just setting goals at thin air and just hoping that is going to happen by a pure miracle then you're asking for disappointment before example. Let's say I have a fitness goal and I want to be able to bench press two hundred pounds and let's say I benchpress. Ray Now a hundred and sixty pounds so that means that. I need to increase my wait. A lease buy ten pounds every week to hit that two hundred mark. So if I'M GONNA work out four times a week that means every time I work out I gotta add two and a half pounds to my bench to hit that mark. Is that doable can actually do that. Can I? You know bench press two and a half more pounds every time I work out this week. It sounds pretty doable. I think I can do it. It's not so far fetched. I'm asking to bench press four hundred pounds right. It's doable. I have a breakdown. It sounds like something that can achieve but having said that you need to set three different goals and this is called good better best. So in the bench press example the best would be being able to bench press two hundred pounds a better goal which is the medium goal would be one hundred and eighty pounds and good would be maybe one. Seventy five or one seventy. I've increased my weight. It's not the two hundred. It's not a hundred and eighty but hey it's a goal that I'm happy with because I'm making progress so always set your goals with good better best results. Why because you might hit the goal early you might. Hey I got ten more days in the month and it really hit the good goal. Let me show to go for the better goal or maybe even the best the other reason why you should set good. Better best goals. Is that if you are reaching the end of the month? There's a few more days and you're not even close to your good goal. You know you're setting them too high. You're not really setting realistic goals. That have a game plan that actually can be implemented. This is what I love about. Good better best is because it allows you to really break down. What is actually achievable? And it's trackable because you can really quickly see all your setting it too high or even too low. Whatever you're hitting your best goal and yourself two weeks left in the month you know. You're not sending them ambitiously enough also make sure you have milestones in terms of time to your goals. If you're sending monthly goals then have a weekly goal. What do you need to this week by the end of the week in order to be on track? Because you want to catch things before you fall behind. If by the end of your first week haven't completed the weekly goal to get you to the monthly goal which basically is your month ago divided by four. Whatever that result is then you know you need to make up for lost time. You need to make sure before week to begins. You're on track or it's just going to get harder and harder as time goes on my advice to anybody. Who's starting out in a setting setting goals for themselves is to make sure you set goals. That are totally achievable at the start. The thing about goals is going to be sending them month after month year after year. So what I like to do is get some wins under your belt. Get some goals that get achieved gain some confidence and learn how it feels to accomplish a goal so you can use that momentum and then start upping the ante a little bit more so maybe if you feel like the goals a little bit weak. That's okay get the win. Accomplish the goal and the next month you know raise the stakes a little bit more. Make it a little more challenging but a lot of us. We try to accomplish impossible goals when we haven't accomplished one goal yet. Get some wins under. You
Tybee Bomb lost - February 5, 1958
"The day was February. Fifth Nineteen fifty eight the US air force lost a nuclear bomb in the waters near Taibbi island off the coast of Georgia though fake news stories claiming that the bomb had been found have emerged. The bomb is considered lost that day. A. B. Forty-seven bomber under the command of Major Howard. Richardson was flying a simulated combat mission from Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. The plane was carrying a mark. Fifteen thermonuclear no nuclear bomb. That weighed more than seven thousand pounds to make the simulation more realistic. The bomb contained four hundred pounds of high explosives as well as enriched uranium and other nuclear material. The bomb may have had a plutonium nuclear core or it may have had demi core installed if it did its nuclear capsule. An explosion could cause serious damage in injury for miles early that morning before. Sunrise and F eighty six expire jet out of Charleston accidentally collided with Richardson's be forty seven and the fighter jets pilot. Lieutenant Clarence Stewart did not see the bomber on his radar. The left-wing ripped off of the F eighty six and the B forty seven fuel tanks. Were badly damaged. Stewart ejected from the fighter and and landed in the Savannah River swamp though he survived the landing he was severely frost in the F. Eighty six landed in a field in Georgia as Richardson attempted to regain control of the B. Forty seven he requested an emergency landing at Hunter Air Force Base in Savannah but the runway was under repair ear. Richardson did not want the bomb to break loose on an emergency landing and he wanted the cruise to survive so he decided to let go of the Bob over the ocean it before landing at Hunter there was no explosion when the bomb entered the ocean. Just off Taibbi Island and they landed safely at hunter for his his efforts. Richardson got the Distinguished Flying Cross. A decoration awarded to officers when they show heroism or extraordinary achievement during flight. The navy searched the loss bom for two months but could not find it. Officials believe it's buried under silt at West. I'll obey off Taibbi in a letter. The Assistant Assistant Secretary of Defense wrote to a congressional committee in Nineteen Sixty six. The TAIBBI bomb was identified as a quote complete weapon but the air force maintained that the bomb did not have a nuclear capsule and is not considered dangerous. It also said that starting a search for the bomb would have unwanted effects on the environment virement and could be risky considering explosives in the bomb. They suggested that it's best left undisturbed.
Rising from Bankrupt and Divorced to Thriving Entrepreneur
"I'm an international generational expert. That goes way back You know currently Fifty seven years old but I started the current company that I have about twenty ninety. Four years ago I've been a single dad of To millennials who are today thirty and thirty two years old. I've got two grandkids and I've got a very successful business and I'm an International Speaker bestselling and award winning author I keep running all the time and I'm probably I'm booked about a year in advance on all the consulting time and things things I do with organizations across North America so I love what I do every day. It's a it's a challenge but a fun challenge so with that. What would you say your favorite thing to do? Is I have a feeling. I know what your answer is going to be but I always like to hear the answer you know I i. It's it's a great question My favorite thing to they do these days is Is To do what I'm doing. I love to speak in front of an audience I you know I. I write over forty articles in national publications. And like I said Eh seventy keynote speeches a year so I just have such a passion for that because back in nineteen ninety six. When I started this company I was I was not doing well financially and I said said I'm GonNa build the life that I wanna live and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa create the job I would love to have and when I really ended up creating over that you know twenty three twenty. Four year span is I've created the adventure that I've always wanted to have. So you know. Every day is unique to make a difference in people's lives lives in educators and employers and and teaching them how to unleash passion purpose in performance and younger generations. And so I do that through a myriad of ways and I I just have such a passion for it in fact tells you people ask me all the time you know you know. Mark Your fifty seven years old you know like do you have an eye on retirement. You want to retire and I kinda laugh at them and I go guys. It's taking me fifty seven years to become an overnight success. I am not in a hurry to to to wish this away. So I'M GONNA I'm GonNa enjoy this for everything it's worth you lost over something and a lot of times when people are Are experts they just kinda take things for granted so I'm going to back acas up a little bit. You said that you decided to build the life you want it to live. Yup You have got to dig deeper on. Yeah back in nineteen ninety six I I was going through a tough year is one of the toughest years of my life. I had gone through Through bankruptcy Went through a divorce. became a single dad of a nine and seven year old Wait over four hundred pounds and I wasn't making nearly enough money each month. It was a tough tough time and so so You know I I took the time to kind of refocus my life and I was able to ask the question you know what what would life look like if I really really wanted to build it. In a way that would allow me to thrive and and I decided you know. I love to speak in front of people so I wanted to be. You know I wanted to be able to do speaking and I I knew I had to take care of my kids and I and this was the time to start building a business that would serve. You know me through the rest of my life and then ultimately one based hopefully serve them as well So I lost one hundred seventy five and thirteen months. Lost One hundred and seventy five pounds. I started this company and in twenty three years you you know become an international speaker. bestselling and award winning author Become a thought leader on the topic of younger generations in the workplace and education. And the home You know all of these things are happening You know just just last week. I was invited by Forbes Dot com to become a regular contributor with them. Ah to write articles on this subject so you know it's it's remarkable. What happens if you start building towards the the life that you want to? Have you know things end up falling into place. Now it's taken me twenty three years but But I'm at the point now where US every failure that I've had in my life life To help me you know truly appreciate it. Be Grateful for things are today and and I'm just I'm a mumbled I'm honored. I'm very grateful grateful. So you mentioned in your answer that you've had failures and that you've overcome challenges. What how you approach challenges to overcome them With every we'll see I you know I guess the easiest way for me to do. This is what I speak about on the road and what I wrote into my book answering why I call it the branch creek moment of life you know if you can imagine yourself going up in a tree and just climbing a tree. This happened to me when I was ten years old. I went up very high up into a tree when out on a really firm limb and while I was standing on the limb the limit or niece meet cracks. I mean if you can imagine what that feels like you know when you when you hear it underneath you and you almost feel it like pitchfork through your body as the branch starts to give way. Hey well you know at that moment of peril. There are three things that happen and this is a metaphor. I use for everything in my life and I teach this to audiences three things that happen number. One you become singularly focused doesn't matter what stresses and challenges. You had getting into the tree or not focused on the task at hand. Second thing that happens. Is you start strategic. Planning how you're going to get out of this. And how do you get back to the safety of the trunk. What are you gonNA grab where you'RE GONNA fall? Third thing that happens is you take action And all three of those things focused planning action happen literally in the blink of an and I or I you know I believe that. The branch creeks in our lives many times anytime. There is a fear of loss or a sense of urgency. The branch creeks underneath us a little bit and it forces us to focus the plan and to take action and I believe that those are the moments that make all the difference in the world. Because it's at those moments that we actually become uncomfortable and I believe that the growth in our lives happened when in fact we're uncomfortable almost never when we're comfortable so I I welcome those times and so in Nineteen ninety-six and I had the biggest branch creek in my life with all of those things that were going on and it forced me to focus the plan and to take action and that's made all the difference in my life now when I am ever you know Faced with a challenge or something in my wife isn't going according to plan today or this week or this month or whatever I always take a step back and I go. Oh this is a good thing. There's something positive here I have to focus. I have to plan. I have to take action and every time I do that. It gives me a new perspective on the challenges oranges that arise each day. Some awesome so switching is just a tad bit And I love s asking this question just because of the different answers that I get If you could meet anyone in the world who would it be and what would you say to them. Wow what a great question I would love to meet and have dinner with Ron Howard. I just I'm a big Fan. I think he's a remarkable storyteller and And he's He was born on my birthday. He's just eight years older than me but I would love to meet him and talk about some of the the remarkable stories that he's told on Film we've learned a lot about you the branch creek moments in your life. Tell us about your business. What do you do so I own a company called T. The F. S. Were a You know an international communication and strategic initiatives company. I you know I work. I do a lot of consulting with educational organizations and business organizations on how to recruit engaged retain and increase performance in the younger generations. So I'm constantly working in to try to get people to understand that you know the younger generations are the most incredible generations to come down the pike. Which is why I'm in so demand today because I have a different view than most people? We'll do In America today most people think that young people are lazy and entitled. I go completely the other way. I think anyone thirty nine younger in this country and the most incredible generations to come down the pike like. I think they're the most intelligent resourceful and pit bull like generations that we have ever seen in this country when they see a want to in their life they will move heaven and earth to get to that want to our challenge of course his parents educators employers is getting them to want something so what I work with with organizations and you know whether it's educational or or workforce development is. How do you understand what they're thinking you know? Wh Why do they think what they think what makes them tick. And then how do you best engage. Connect an answer there. Why As to why something is happening so that they can come along for the ride you know they need to see the vision. They need to see the purpose in order to be able to move forward. So that's what I do do every day. I've got twenty three roughly twenty three people now that support what I do across North America and and we are we're we're we're crushing it out there. I got an amazing. The team of people that are constantly giving one hundred percent And they they actually push me further and faster some. I'm very fortunate to have brought wonderful people on
Why Do We Drop a Ball on New Year's Eve?
"Brain stuff lauren bugaboo. We're here every December thirty first throngs of revelers eager to ring in a new year crowd into New York. City's Times Square in the final minutes of the year. As the clock ticks. Away seconds towards midnight and opulent oversized ball descends from above and when it reaches its destination. The crowd cheers. The current times. Square ball is the seventh version to perform the duty of ringing in the New Year. The tradition began in nineteen o seven when a ball made of iron and wood covered in one hundred light. Bulbs descended a flagpole all the latest version of the ball boasts two thousand six hundred eighty eight crystal triangles and thirty two thousand and two hundred and fifty six led modules. The New Year's ball drop. Has Its roots in naval history inspired by the time balls introduced in the early eighteen. Hundreds these devices were fixed towers and coastal towns and would drop a ball all at a precise moment of the day to alert nearby ships captains. When to precisely set their navigational tools called chronometers? The current New Year's tradition is a particularly American American affair and the Times Square ball drop has inspired numerous imitators around the country and even around the world so today which is New Year's Eve if you're listening on the day the episode comes out I wanted to share some of the weirdest most wonderful things that people drop to ring in the New Year for more than two decades a city in central Pennsylvania Selena has celebrated the tournament calendar by dropping a massive Baloney spiced to meet is popular in the region and Lebanon. Pennsylvania is home to several producers service plus. There's an annual Baloney festival every January for the first twenty years of the New Year's event a single two hundred pound Bologna. That's about ninety. Kilos would be lowered powered by an industrial crane right before had been night in two thousand sixteen though the tradition shifted from one massive Baloney to twenty individual blocks of Baloney weighing in at ten pounds owns or four and a half kilos. Each the reason. For the change the organizers the annual event donate them to charity after the drop and it took too long in the hours after midnight to slice this up one gigantic Baloney. Apparently for twenty twenty a disco ball will be attached to the Bologna. Let's go next to Saint George's Bermuda where revelers avelar. Don't just get to celebrate a few hours. Before most of the rest of the Western Hemisphere they get to watch a gigantic onion. Drop at the stroke of midnight as musicians artists performers in street food vendors. Live up kings. Square Saint George's founded in sixteen. Twelve was Bermudez first. English settlement and the island became major producer and exporter of onions. Glittering golden onion covered in light bulbs descends about the square which overlooks Hamilton Harbour and laser show and fireworks traditionally follow the event rent but back Pennsylvania in addition to the Baloney the drops in Lebanon less than two hours away. The city of Bethlehem celebrates or that enormous peop- drop that wraps up a two day celebration known as peeps best. This sugary and divisive marshmallow confection is generally produced in the shape of a bird and is most commonly found in the US around the Easter holiday. Just boring the Bethlehem based Candy Company responsible for peeps also makes my connects and hot tamales. The giant EH dropped on New Year's Eve weighs four hundred pounds. That's about one hundred and eighty kilos and finally let's head to Sunny Arizona and the city of show low. This locale gets its unique name stays as a frontier town without a name and the story goes the two rival cowboys and ranch. CODERS were playing an extended game of poker and the loser would vacate the city leaving the other with hundreds of acres of land the deciding hand in who would stay and who would go. According to city lore would belong to whichever cowboy oh boy could show low by holding the lowest value card possible and the winner turned over a two of clubs these days. Not only these cities Main Street tamed. Deuce of clubs but show low drops a colossal illuminated playing card every December thirty first. It's just a block away from where a statue commemorating. The card game once stood once stood because the original fiberglass statue accidentally burned down during a candlelit vigil in two thousand sixteen. It's being replaced by Lebron's one. Here's to a safe and flame free New Year's Eve.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A little charm go one he's a little conversation go and see his chart our choose what is wrong and that's how he like you know puts Joe Douglas in the jets in a bad spot that's how we put Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks in a bad spot with Earl Thomas a couple years ago same thing you throw that out there put it in the media and then he gets the player knows how to work the system we have because you get the player senton and and all I'm also these kids that all come from Texas and all want to grow up to be cowboys yeah I think that they're going back to the cowboys jumper with everybody gets played the guy we have to thank for the broader role you wanna recover more concerned about is John New Jersey the great John newtie from lake would be great could beat newsy but I think now it's easy new to see is the he Nick name I don't know that they were were they the Klein who sent it no it's just like would bakeries going to sent all they just sent it randomly yeah just a new middle man just this near the middle man yeah right now they don't have to be a client yeah just give them a free in a bottle roles like four hundred pounds yeah new to Nader man then senator to do that bone died again on the act that was only brought their own broth skews my phone that I were you were just eating bones yeah exactly well very tasty so you lose weight bone who way bone on bone action this moment on the phone right now I'm on a roll by a little different anyway chic Chicago held on by the way yeah those with me when I go interview patching mall no yeah right you got take that this weekend yeah well go on I gotta go yeah so I'm gonna I'm gonna have him sign it's free if you remember this now now yes I was I do remember he will remember that you are bringing it when you know that's underground gonna bring with me you have a you know how they signed jerseys after games after the interview all have him sign this and then use of it also you think you have what I saw you have to the film V. P. N. F. L. MVP's you want to ask your what I didn't really think about yeah now are you going to explain why it's in a heart frame well he doesn't know then I you know I don't know what to tell you yeah hi after here's this here's your on the bone dieting you may not want he doing that today now tomorrow I was gonna say they break into travel I got a practice that's right yeah all right anyway Chicago did hold on to beat the cowboys thirty one twenty four they get to seven six Dallas meantime six and seven third straight loss of frustrating time for your boy Jerry Jones I play this one last time.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And how they try to create the device and you hear it you know you never heard from heather McDonald yesterday they do think create this device they create this false narrative and they try to divide as it does it I don't know why is it is it clicks is it ratings whatever it is they just and it's all for their power and their control or their ratings you and I know better so perhaps every time I go on the road I come back proud to be an American than ever before who were good people Kansas city the heartland of America is a beautiful place and it's great to be home in New York New York baby this compelling the morning quarter to six o'clock Frankie fibrosis here welcome back Joe hello there Frank press that you look this good on this little sleep Hey man no sleep at all we're gonna go right through to noon and now the stock room Albert thank you Casey MOB mondo great guy thank you well what are they doing like what what do my voice you work so hard what do I do what I like to bring them back Bobbi cue from canton city all right Gary I carried it with me I put it in wrong back the money maybe Crikey Mikey with the barbecue sauce with what we got this is a legendary it's very from downtown I I didn't plug but he is so great it's a it's like downtown if you don't from it I'm gonna age myself and if you're only on like no the Kansas city athletics baseball they know you guys I remember I remember I'm old enough to remember Lupin Ella came out of that that's right and it was it was they kids yet that they'd be athletics feels like right down the street four eight so they Johnson host you know with the Kansas City ambassadors he goes but I'm taking you for what you mean like you're going to make a home can we just like I think rest they go home because can I go what we we have a show he goes you're gonna barbecue we what about you this is great right event Frankie five boroughs for you thank you very much a very kind of you know can I answer and mine and Albert free to set this up KCMO that you know I'm a broadcast keep you know that KCMO the legendary station and it was great to be there and I did an interview that will be played today but here thank you I don't think there's ice on it gates the other is and I'm telling you there was so so nice actually it was so nice and so one of a and that I tell you they know how to barbecue man Frank eight did you see that through the head man I I am very I tasted an onion ring Frankie five boroughs I took a bite and I'm hearing I swallowed it anon you you'll never forget where you were on the I get there I hate that I could be four hundred pounds and I could have I could eat sold good there's a reason why people either then then they were French fries now a one was less than a French fry nineteen seventy nine well this is what your friends with your right right so so I see right and that not a gate so I went in there was a big part look right Friday and they give everything this is hot this is sweet this is this is on fire this is that a different a different ending I can only think it'd depend a little bit yeah yeah but as long as nobody else did I don't double their hair looks great topics you have no no copy that no one that I got to get here no yeah I got the flu but let's put topic that now there is growing at example you want to die so it's great it's great to be back and I'm gonna sit down a Georgie thank you Georgie and your use here a car is your murders here and I have a new chair looking at all this year and so if if I don't if it does offer the middle so bad can you believe you can easily I can't it is as D. human it will will will will talk about we come back we would have a dehumanizing and as we get a letter why did I can only because that was on that one southwest is very cheap so because you get the flight for verify you have no frills you've let you have it if you remain up in different letters right southwest there the the would most profitable it's like with them with him video company making money but we know why because I don't have all the acting that right thing we had to pay for those things yes I hope as I went back I want that I want this you should see this same McCain's song which is what rebel every magic coming to work here Gatorade waiting for you yeah man yeah may having a five hour energy waiting for you we have none left the record I would pay I would take it off so you go so I stuck Graham and I can get it get it during the break the seven o'clock news break yesterday that back for there was six o'clock in the morning and I'm greatly Gatorade or Canada famous Amos I don't have babies they were thinking I had to adjust to take stuff like that and then I realize you have to pay for it so if it I wonder if they were looking after I did the interviews well I they gave it to me so I went back and I and yet you scan it you pay for it so I did pay for it on the other side I'm gonna get a bill to Jerry that something like that Hey don't forget everything alright everything's customary that budget okay that's good and I'm thinking for Christmas vanity panicking no no we don't want to check that the gun and doesn't count doesn't count as one kid Bill Cosby always it may be that of a good reference at this point yeah really I mean that's not really is that I'm not remorseful he said this that's what he yeah that's what he said we get the bid was Debbie is that snarky wise wise acre attitude that wrote that we are like that have you yeah it's so nice and so to everybody Hey Debbie you know when you go out but you go in the Midwest they so they blessings blessings it either but you mean maybe not you mean god then I said can I say merry Christmas either go for job as we we invented that yet so that'd get but I a in a yeah yeah but it was like forever it was like forever it was so tough and they treat you so poorly at the airlines you know and it's not the employees it's just the corporate cats.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Christine Rollins was making her way to the house where she serves as a care giver yeah when the animals just attacked her chambers county sheriff Brian Hawthorne Heery is here's what he said well what it appears to us is it she arrived at our normal time somewhere around the six AM between six and six thirty was probably still dark and that's when hogs routinely move is in the in the dark hours and it looks like she got out of her car and locked it because the car was locked and then was probably trying to make her way to the front door when and it appears that these animals must have come along now despite the rarity of such attacks state authorities are warning so citizens exercise extreme caution around these animals stay away from him typically if they see you they scatter she must've just walked up on them I I I tell yeah I guess so I am just a yes I've always heard their aggressive but I've never heard of them killing someone this to me is that now this is a fun story I just thought it was interesting interesting is very rare this is why this is why we need a R. fifteens to kill hogs well you know I'm starting to get it now and also just because they're fine weapons do you have that too but yeah I logs are easy targets calls because hundreds of millions of dollars in damages to golf courses and lawns all across the state they're a nuisance right I I just I I've I wonder it how many people out there have actually you know been out hunting or whatever been on their land and have been threatened by one of these talks on I'm I guess that's probably fairly common last weekend I get to the deer blind in the in the dark in the morning about I guess was about six o'clock or so about an hour or so before sunrise throughout severe court in front of the deer feeders to attract some out some animals right I get into the box you know waiting for the sun to rise in the deer feeder to go off and now sitting there and I could hear hogs around us while in the dark at night it hit me love this will be a big man three four hundred pounds we had a big mess of a terrible a neighbor's yard just a few weeks ago up there in lander yeah it's a problem well according to this story they're less than six of of these incidents as far as actual deaths to human being many more attack that have been reported dead said take started keeping records of this kind of thing so it's very rare for somebody get killed a buddy I'm sure they're pulling examples of attacks I'm sure they're even more examples of people just being you know feeling threatened you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ save big.
Jeremy CorBin's Infamous Interview
"German Corbin gave an infamous interview it will be infamous for ever last night on the B. B. C. which I'm trying to place an entire day this is cut number twenty three of carbon with Andrew Neil last night let me give you another example are you going to have high dividend tax season that'll hit people noticing comes to not just the rich take some Dennis state pension maybe the host of a new age of about four thousand a small private pension fund they've saved in they've got dividend income about two thousand at the moment they pay nine pounds an income tax that sit under you they'll pay over four hundred pounds the income tax we're talking but people are just a fourteen thousand acts on the basis of their total income fourteen thousand here okay four hundred more than a tax on the basis of their total income and they would have that one and it's a great a tax so that would be that would put them eighty thousand and you said no people over eighty thousand would pay tax on these people learning fourteen thousand would pay four hundred more I would question that figure actually but what I would also say is that's the whole purpose behind a manifesto which I have here is to as we have to do something about the underfunding about public services and the poverty and inequality starts you have just discussing and yes we will I'm just send you say you're adding on to Jeanne underground any questions about the office here on the service let me come on but I do ask the question but it's amazing well I got my my manifesto right here and he's unaware of what's in it now Andrew Neil then probes about where it what's going to happen to the tax base when people with money skip out of the country code number twenty four business is well you often imply that these top five percent that you don't pay much tax at the moment and you're going to have make them do so what share of income tax revenues to the currently playing they they pay a top right of about forty five fiddles what share of income tax do they contribute contribute quite a lot of cool how much I couldn't give you the exact figure but contribute quite along the already contribute fifty percent of all income tax they are in very high innings of close on their paying a very high I'm going to the inside we think they could in a sense but more but it seems to me the tax base now's got narrower and narrower and if you take the very richest the top zero point one percent these people learning hundreds of thousands of times a year they pay eighty percent sorry one in eight of all income tax twelve percent of all income tax they pay it will only take a small corporate taxation is all on top of that they're only talking of income on something of tested it only take a small number of these people to leave the country and do their only thirty one thousand of them in zero point one percent your tax base crumbles no it doesn't crumble tool because it is also a large proportion of income comes from corporate taxation but I'm talking in tax revenues on the single biggest tax stream and more more it's paid by a few people at the top so that for if they don't like you you tax rises you lose your tax base I think they would also recognize is that tax rates in general have gone down that the levels of inequality have gone up the levels of personal wealth for them I've gone up enormously over the past ten years and they can see all around them the crumbling of public services and the terrible levels of child poverty rises to cross these pieces if you don't have the money Andrew you don't have the money the whole message has to be we need more equality we made no man's land opportunity here hi tax if you touch base leaves the country you don't have the money for that public spending there is no reason why they would have to leave the country and they should because we want people to be hit with all people to be investing and also they will get the benefits of a growing in katakana me they'll get the benefits of the investment opportunities we will bring through that growing economy as well they're just crazy by the way every talk of taxation triggers anxiety among people out there with troubles with the IRS
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Will work you will find the sidewalks splat each body there we go there goes a fool who thought they could make up their own rules now there are rules there's life there's truth north is always that way you can go the other way and call it your truth and you'll get there eventually but it's the long way around north is that way right is right even if no one else does it just because normal people who are all broke do something with money doesn't make it the right thing to do with money as a matter of fact it probably tells you it's the wrong thing to do with money since they're broke seventy percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck so what we care what they think about money their plans not working for calling a personal trainer and walking in finding other four hundred pounds it's kind of a problem I mean if you ever cared and they have a six pack listen to what they say do what they say to do this is how it works is a truth that's independent of your feelings when I don't feel I don't care about your feelings I'm sorry your feelings don't affect me your sweet I'm glad you have feelings it's good call the Y. ambulance call somebody else that cares I'm gonna tell you the truth it's gonna change your life the only question is are you going to align yourself with that are you going to do it and you can do it you can do it you can win I'm telling you people are winning like I've.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"But it's not without some cost to specially in what's called the last mile neighborhood streets crowded with trucks what traffic exhaust and pollution all to drop off one package so some cities are testing a new way of doing things Tracy Lindemann wrote about it for the guardian walking to the program I thank you for having me so the last mile is as I said that really the the heart of this problem there is at least one answer right I mean one of the solutions that a lot of cities are looking to adopt is to kind of move some of the distribution into the city so currently usually what happens right now is that a lot of distribution centers are on the outside of the city in the suburbs in the outskirts some big where house time depot where trucks go in and then all those trucks come into the city right so the distributions way out there what these people are trying to do is bring some miniature distribution centers into the city and then using bikes instead of trucks to distribute the packages throughout the city and that does what it cuts down on cost also cuts down I I imagine on a missions and you don't have all these trucks clogging traffic right yeah exactly cities are looking at the solution partly as a way to get trucks out of the city because yes they are big source of emissions for sure but they also called a lot of traffic problems there dangers for cyclists places like in New York City for example or even and concentrated parts of Los Angeles you can really see the dramatic affect these trucks have okay so let me put on my consumer had here and say yea saving emissions and time and money but am I gonna get my packages when I want my packages which is right now yeah well that requires a bit of a shift in the way that people think greatly yeah you know you might need your medication right now but do you really need a two pound bag of almonds right now like do you need do you need that book that's just gonna sit on your table for two weeks before you even touch it so that's that's kind of the thing like we're we're condition now to believe that we need it immediately but what do we really immediately made this is kind of the bigger question is it a whole new work force or the taking what would have been the delivery truck drivers and re training them to ride bikes I guess I'm I think it depends on the city and it depends on the company too so the company that I spoke with in Montreal what they were doing with their pilot project is that they used a guy he used to be a delivery driver in a truck and now he's driving this bike but of course he's not like it's not just his pure effort powering the bike it's an electric assist bike so he isn't solely responsible for carrying around four hundred pounds of cargo with them the pilot program in Montreal or are we gonna see anything in the states do you think yeah I think so I think New York is looking it kinda doing something similar I know a lot of cities are thinking about cargo bikes a lot of technology companies are thinking about drones I don't think drones are necessarily a great idea because they just recreate the same problem but in the sky so the bike model is is ideal I think in most congested cities did you run along as it were with any of these folks no but I did try the bike it was it was hard it was actually like I guess I'm sure I could get the hang of it but the first couple minutes they're pretty terrifying as afraid of making left turns yeah or your right third for that matter and I mean anything with a cargo thing on the back yeah I just didn't want to tip over Traci Lynn writing in the guardian the other day about.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Thirty four hundred pound sees in the Pacific Northwest not in the entire country and you're kind of right there have been more than thirty four hundred pounds of methamphetamine seized in the country sixty percent of all of the country's math has been seized here and in Washington so you're also kinda wrong it's a nightmare I I read it again I've made sure more than thirty four hundred pounds of methamphetamine has been seized in the country over sixty percent of that here in the state of Washington we can't spend that any other way like bad it's bad there is a a crap ton of math in in Washington state and and on our streets well don't worry we do they just need any and once you get any at all and then once you get the more math you are now on the pathway to self sufficiency but you know what a pathways drugs pretty much get a bit the outrage of like the vaping incidents right like we see that within the state don't get me wrong kids I I don't want them beeping I know it's an issue I used to smoke if the nasty habit it's a really hard addiction it's bad for your health blah blah blah blah blah but at the end of the day when we look at like the price hierarchy of the issues that we are facing right now it's like can't have that similar response with like utter freak out from everybody from the governor down to jerk in as it relates to mac and heroin and crack and god knows what else I mean it is literally just insane and and really I mean yeah I don't even get me started on a topic it's it's Erica we have the governor of Washington coming in to give an important address on the math issues here in the state of Washington governor Ainsley Bork Bork wonderful words it's time to get to work let's get our police on this is a drug war on a street Erica are you ready to vote for another year of governor dog Insley yet now all pretty impressive me this morning well this part yeah the bar is so low finding market so while that even with him responding with a couple of barks is better than the response we've gotten out of him so far one more story here from Seattle there's a huge case backlog that is blamed for letting repeat offenders walk free this article bugged in the be Jesus out of me because the first two paragraphs focus on known liar Andrew Lewis who is running for Seattle city council and then goes to his opponent Jim bugle who actually starts to sound sane I don't buy for a second Andrew Lewis saying the reason why the district attorney's office isn't putting people in jail is because of a backlog he is sacks he is such a liar and this is a this article it I mean you you got fired up by that actually threw it down on your desk when I was reading it because it what it what it slimy attempt at PR to be like oh god I think I I get the sense when I'm running now the people are kind of frustrated that you know nobody's going to jail after they try to throw somebody off an overpass or or or whatever or that when they break somebody no now you say that they tried to throw off the overpass right that is very serious she could have died yeah will no doubt be putting a polling numbers going god you know I'm I'm I am maybe part of the problem I may actually have what all these people out but of maybe like you know assaulted people over and over again so now I'm going to have somebody published an article to say he had no I really think it's bad and and when people do crimes like maybe we should do something about it I mean this guy is such a flying knee piece of work I mean you know I'm not a huge huge okay on that just to be completely clear because he's waffled lot I'm like injection sites in this matter but you know between the two I mean it's like you've got Satan or you've got just somebody that see now all take a waffle over a liar any day that I go in the toaster it's gonna pop right up and maybe we'll get a real answer yeah lecturer bag Louis like dirt bag I cannot stand him either right there and maybe I can't stand the next section of the front page from Salt Lake County I don't understand I just ask for something I might not stand either way in Snohomish county this is good this is a good solution they and I I'm shocked that this is a pilot program considering the opioid addiction crisis that we've had the pilot map program was launched in January twenty eighteen it was limited in the number of inmates who can enroll but it allowed inmates to get medication assisted treatment well they were in jail it is now being expanded which is great news how are we just getting to this that's my question how is this finally the here Sir I mean it's like a light bulb goes off although they just like the light switch it's just these are the kind of the things that make you scratch your head right and and this is why I think it's a combination of incompetence and also you know just obviously misappropriation of funds and and you know just people really not wanting to find a solution because of the amount of money that's involved but medically assisted treatment has been proven to work in pretty much every other city like with Seattle loves and snow or you don't so much county is a great example is what what regionally we love to say god look what Boston made this huge impact and did all these things are Rhode Island did this hour into the opposite we're gonna try something we're gonna try something let's copy San Francisco yeah Blair Los Angeles will you totally and then let's put it on steroids and that's what we want to do here you know those cities mares talk a lot about how Orangemen bad so that's why we have to correspond with them and make sure that our policies correspond with their orange manned by bad policies without realizing that orange man bat actually has nothing to do with addiction Orangemen bad has nothing to do with affordable housing Orangemen bad has nothing to do with the lack of police on our streets in the city of Seattle honestly all it means is there's just an orange man and you think he's bad yet totally I mean it's just crazy that were so self but so obsessed I I I'm so on a national level with him you know when we literally are like a dumpster fire in her path yard that we just want to look in the opposite direction right the house is on fire people the most despicable thing about recent democratic debate from our governor Jay Inslee is they weren't talking about environment environment environment I almost lost my mind when he posted that tweet you might lose your mind about this next section of the front page so I'm gonna do a hard tangent in other news in other news Erica what is your Halloween opinion do you like Halloween do give out candy do you like lock your kids up in the basement and tell them it's their own Halloween horror story well I don't have a basement so I can't lock them up there but there are other places like a lock them up I'm I like Halloween I kind of find it annoying at some point in time you know or just like among other store well again I just look like relax and watch my show at night but this year at least we're gonna have good weather it sounds like so that's kind of exciting my kids love trick I mean who doesn't like a bunch of candy so yes I participate my kids are actually at that age now writing kinda let him go I just feel like Hey be back by ten o'clock as long as you're you know in in a group what's your top candy I think snickers rhesus all god I see I don't know we can't do peanut butter and chocolate together fair enough all right well here's the deal there is a place called McCamey manner which requires you to watch a two hour long video sign a forty page waiver create a safe word pass the physical and undergo a couple of interviews to be able to engage in this gentleman's horror house we have some audio here I never heard of anything like this by the way no one has ever completed this man's **** house ever this is a terrible idea even start making right now a big in right now I want to go anymore I'm done but I want to go to more US I'm I'm done and you can okay I can't do it I'm so sorry I shouldn't listen a wizard time like position which the fans some like this by coming out here tonight so you're safe race right now my name is Sean Foley I came all the way from Richmond Virginia we can be manner kick my **** still mom milk money and I quit use you really don't want to do this farmer deal right now right now I don't wanna go Russ I want to go I don't have it please I'm sorry I don't wanna go yes it was to do time we might have a suggestion to which the body so we should posted to come out here I'm so sorry this is very strange is a montage of like forty people and they all sound that exact same way so here's the deal Eric if you want to go it only costs a bag of dog food the guy puts it on his five dogs and if you complete the tour hill had you twenty thousand dollars no one has completed it in fact the but they were part about this is this guy doesn't smoke doesn't drink is a it's a describes himself as a good straight laced conservative guy but here I run this crazy haunted house that people think is this torture factory fetish factory all of these things that that it's not that people believe that based upon the films that I've made well I think he's totally creepy and probably has bodies in his basement I mean where do you where is your mind that you can go first of all that crazy number two save some of that audio to me at least sounded completely fake so I'm just going to say that an inmate you know maybe it's not but I would just say great PR for twenty grand I would I well I think I could do it for twenty grand area if check it out okay featured on that puts hunter's art of scare or on an episode of dark tourist maybe you just have to see it to believe it it's buried alive like torture stuff like it it's like legit torture he loves all that he's completely psychotic yeah I mean so this guy I've looked up is criminal I don't know we went down about yeah two fifty for this one she's all completely clean never done anything bad my life going together Ensley he goes bark bark bark yes governor Insley has confirmed the Erica Nagy's completely clean this is.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"With that Erica you an article I feel like you're you're up next I think I probably should I mean I think I think I'd sometimes I have something to say so maybe I should put them down on paper and and maybe that fire will come out of the and you have the delta of it with a matte editing skills of of of yours oh wow is like is it so far yeah it burns up there in the computer when it arrives with the server or might just be that we're gonna have to wipe it down with a cloth and that the server because so hot all right we got a we got some heat out of our first section of the front page in local news an article that should really make no one happy the Pacific Northwest is drowning in math why would we be drawn in MS Eric it's not like we arrest people who sell drugs away we don't arrest people who sell drugs it's not like we let anybody camp on our street we we do let anybody camp on our street yeah I mean it's it's very apparent walking driving down our streets that yeah there's a lot of people that are hooked on this stuff somebody was telling me that the other day and I didn't I didn't know that and I don't know if you know the sol if if it's true or not that math really originated from Washington state as is that true I mean we made heroin popular yeah because that whole that grunge thing yeah yeah that's where you because our artists they they're so good at music that they then just you know kill themselves Aaron just got really excited over there so I think there it's got some news for us when he got there and no no no I mean on the other side I got a good tex mex I thought he had the mapping answer for that the deal is the one doing all the late like I've got my next big the next big deal is safe this is wild Erica you ready for this number this is such a concerning number it's a number that our mayor our governor our can get exactly would never mention thirty four hundred pounds of methamphetamine have been seized this year in the United States by the D. E. A. how much of that do you think was seized in the state of Washington what percent of the United States math seizures have happened here I mean if they like half like something crazy sixty percent off looking at blowing like prices right I was under so technically I when I although also says sixty percent here we have Q. thirteen Brian floors reporting on this story which is this should be the number one issue for our governor for our mayor for king county thank you this is why a dog would be better because the dog would get up it would go bark bark bark and then we go oh my god the dogs worried about all let's do something about it in the dark we go part part with it yes yes vote him all right Bryan fuller's boy talk with the D. A. what was even more disturbing is the amount of math and that is into our streets take a listen to this they say just this year three thousand four hundred pounds of meth have been seized by the D. E. A. in the Pacific Northwest sixty percent of those drugs were taken right here in Washington and unfortunately that is a record amount for a region for not even done with the year yet yeah can somebody for us yeah and that's just what we caught right I mean so god just even trying to wrap your head around actually what is still on our streets are coming to our streets is absolutely mind blowing but listen I mean so when you see when you see folks on the streets I mean it it is clearly we have some mental health issues going on but a lot of this is brought on by the drug use and these you know a lot of the people that you see a lot of the folks that I see around my neighborhood on a consistent basis they are completely strung out and and math is that you can really kind of telematic user from I'm not not either right I mean it's it's really bad well in this is where we get even deeper into the the need for drug addictions and drug services even tied in let's see toward jail sentences because it turns out that if you're addicted to meth you need at minimum six months of rehab constant and consistent and instead what we're doing is we're letting people out in a week in two weeks we let them choose whether they go to rehab and then of course when given the choice you almost always choose math why where where are you seeing the people are going away for a week or two weeks I mean I you know like well that's pretty murdered like small children to be away for a week in Seattle positive news the guy who on the seventy fourth serious offense poured coffee on the visiting toddler got six months Erica yeah well we'll see if that long he'll say those I I was actually kind of press because once you get to six months you could offer somebody three months of farm jail yeah what all you're using the farm word again sorry please forms the trigger thank you for you you had some bad childhood experiences on a for most people is the jail yeah yeah and the farm our selves the next section of the front page from Seattle this this is like these are the headlines that a juror headlines is the and I don't even understand why the question mark is the missing piece to Seattle home was solution a job now all got now it would be crazy to be self sufficient and think that that would help in any way shape or form to get people off the streets or have some kind of purpose in life and self build seven self esteem so this is from the CEO of American works doctor leave bows rights I have a social work background and they basically use the medical model the idea is that you need to fix all the problems the person has before you send them out to go to work we don't need to do that the best way to socialize people back into society and not a situation where they're living on the streets it's to get them working as quickly as possible that is the approach we take in it's been successful in all populations we work with and we've been doing this since nineteen eighty four and this is pathways right pathways part one you instead of getting you're offered a year long jail sentence or six months in rehab you can't leave you then come out of the re have you can't leave and we build a building this is your parole where we have maybe eight people were coming out of pathways and then we have one rehab specialist in that building you're there for three months and then in close we're going to open up pathways part three which is a giant tent facility which is tiny homes which is opening up a new apartments in these are for the sober people who are on our street you'll immediately be entered in and connected with a fair start with a America works with the millionaire's club you're going to be given a lower cost housing we're gonna give you at minimum fifteen dollars picking up trash on your street to to save enough money because you might have read Erica this city actually got a bid that they took for fourteen eighty five dollars an hour to have one person clean up in Canada this is insanity well I mean you know to be fair for an eighty dollars for saws insane but you know some of these in canton conditions are absolutely horrific so I wouldn't want somebody getting paid fifteen dollars an hour not knowing what they're doing because they're dealing with but they could pick up trash on three fourteen dollars an hour of course and you know it's not even just these organizations like which are great like the millionaire's club charity that you mentioned that is absolutely having positive impact you know I I know that the Ballard discount or not valid discounts will be a valid alliance uses them for pick up around the Ballard area it's a very successful program if if folks ever want to volunteer contribute or donate that's that's a great organization but we also have a lot of small businesses that are constantly looking for entry level job applicants I mean I talk with my friend did you know that owns a red mail and and they're constantly looking and they will hire people with convictions in in certain areas like the need dishwashers they need people to help clean kitchens like it's a great place to start drive in starting wages above fifteen yes seventeen dollars an hour in the city of Seattle that shows that there's actually a gap we're looking for a different level exiling worker then somebody at fifteen which means that it's probably completely fair to get that person picking up trash in our street connect them with services and actually have a program that hasn't happened at all well self sufficiency is a huge thing I mean you know sorry we you and I can talk about that just even on a personal level it's like when you got your first job right when you started making your own money it makes you feel good about your doctor then so foolish I have been on the parents time and I've been sick since I was born I've never had a job that I've never made my own money and what you don't understand is my parents were so frustrated with me being in the house that they actually pay Bonneville too not all radio show that.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty San Diego true crime author Caitlyn rather has announced she signed a deal to write a book about the mysterious death of Rebecca somehow in twenty eleven so how was found nude and hanging from a balcony at her boyfriend's historic Coronado mansion with her ankles bound and a wrists tied behind her back her death was ruled a suicide twice three thieves were captured on surveillance video stealing a giant horse staff here in el Cajon the twelve foot high statue which was outside the door less tack and feed ways some four hundred pounds surveillance video captured the thieves at about two AM October second hoisting the horse over a fence and onto a trailer the store's owner says the statue was worth at least a couple thousand dollars but more than that it was just a well known and special sculpture right now it Lindbergh field skies are clear it's sixty two degrees AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news CBS news update in fort worth the white police officer who shot and killed a black woman inside our own home early Saturday morning is now facing murder charges and he's resigned K. R. L. the radios enter Greenstein fort worth interim police chief ed Krause says before you had the chance to fire the officer who shot a tattoo units are person to death the officer resigned even though he no longer works for the city we will continue the administrative investigation as if you did the now former officer's name is Erin dean he first joined the department in August of twenty seventeen and became a commissioned police officer in April of last year Andrew Greenstein for CBS news fort worth police say body cam video indicates the dean of pro Jefferson's home where she was caring for her eight year old nephew after going to the side of the house dean shattered Jefferson to shore hands and then fired through a window for worth police chief said body cam video shows nothing to justify the officer's actions CBS news update I'm but mission seven sixteen KFMB shop thousands.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The easy HSN name is it that would be bad or a loyal and thought of that today and they at this was to be a nice weather Friday actually good football weather coming back it's it's gonna be warmer than spin is like in the fifties at it in the evenings is perfect you know football Friday night looks like the wild cat set of Evanston high school are on the road that's all they were were they on the road and they got the Niles west match up it's always tough game that's a big one that's right wells was low schools were to get a look at these you seem like the kind of guy the bigger than anybody I ever knew in high school here you see some of those blaming you like what Nebraska or Iowa do there's some there's some teams got a four hundred pounder I that is so good and maybe this is central Florida candy corn fed somewhere there is a guy that is literally four hundred pounds on the offense of line I remember when the when there was a guy that when the fridge was three hundred pounds because only god is three hundred I don't think I'd be an athlete at three hundred pounds and this kid who's forty pounds apparently has a vertical leap of thirty eight inches or something else that he had a vertical leap and stop there that would be oppressive but there's space between the bottom of his feet in the earth I know it's unbelievable how can anybody be four hundred pounds and an athlete and we got into the funny thing is if these guys are like they look like they're four hundred pounds and yet they move like the wind I don't know how that works well Cavell I mean Akeem Hicks before his arm went the wrong way okay I mean he's a he's well in that one spot three fifty using his yeah well into the three bells looks like Minnesota's got this fresh for me this is here referred asset Minnesota yeah six nine four hundred pound freshman Daniel full lately yes let me know he's I believe is a Samoan descent out of Hawaii no I am not mistaken we still got some growing to do before the combine brightly.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KTOK
"That I've ever coached then we walked back in the weight room the first time I saw Marcus do pre he was land on the bench and he had four hundred pounds a bench pressed it ten times and I could not believe that a running back with that good will be able to bench press four hundred pounds but he's starting to feel I have taken over our thing I had to go back and tell the coach is and you this is probably the best athlete that I've ever seen on the now here's cliff Davis on I heart radio radio one thousand K. T. O. K. just do the talk of North America is this is the show we can't thank you enough for listening we appreciate you taking us all the way to number one sooner running back legend markets to pre is on the show with us today man thank you so much for joining us means a lot so you heard.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At estimate. This year is not available. Police are warning residents about someone posing as police officer in west Chicago. Authorities say a man rang the doorbell of a home in the area of Morningside avenue and highly road, Tuesday night, identified himself as Jeff Rushmore. He said he was an investigator with the Winfield police looking into a missing persons case suspect had a portable police scanner also was wearing a badge in his belt. He also attempted the same scam multiple homes in Winfield and in Wheaton, former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel. Joining the Wall Street investment firm center view partners company, says he will open a Chicago office of center view and serve as an advisor to the boutique firm clients. The clients of that firm manual has been keeping busy since leaving the mayor's office last month. He's also expected to continue. Positions at the Atlantic and a special contributor for ABC news. And those are the headlines WGN sports cubs, led a three nothing lead get away, then almost led a five run lead escape before holding off the Rockies nine, eight behind a huge night from David Bodey four for four a home run. Seven runs batted in, in a three-run Hct and a three run double. An RBI single in the eighth inning. Big insurance run. Cutting your throat or you, okay? No, I'm not even Bradford over here breakfast, brought over here. The one person not eating here eighty while. Yeah. Your order has been placed professionally, as far as I know. Right, right. Yes. Hold on one second, Mikey older, Obama. Zack were where are you going to say about Pearson? Mike him and I him and I went to same high school and kennel Pearson, rose. I know. Yeah. And he was he was the bears beat writer. When I was there, I work for Tribune, all that is there and he has. He has the best stories about. One of the funniest is their coach at one time was a Ron waiver number given give Ron was a teammate of my fathers with the Cleveland Browns, right? Yeah. Oh, that's what he was just Don was talking about how it's just not the same covering sports anymore. Back then we were allowed to go into the coach's office, and they would Abe would sit down. And he you know you wanna know what about Wally chambers? And what he did today. So just sit down and look at this, so it'd before guys in there, you know. And they'd watch this. He said. It looks he looks at he's Mike Donkin over here for. I just want you to know what is what's wrong with these guys? So the next time, you, you may take me to task because I was too rough on this guy. He said, I'm gonna I'm gonna show you that not exactly. Bella czecho-. No, no. You want the women might have to leave. He said, you know what they're like to get your finger ready back in the building. So he was talking about his two young tackles, while he chambers and guy named Gary Rivenet. And he said, you know, let me let me put it this way said there, it's like two young guys who have a wreck. They're, they're always hard, and they're always coming. They don't know where they're going, but they're always hard come, so. Ablest like about four hundred pounds. And he would say, if, if Helen of Troy was the face that law are the watch chips, Abe noise, the face that lunched a thousand shrimps it works at every level. More with Mike Adam lane a second day. I was. Oh, hurry. Is there a guy somebody downtown who's clicking? We're fine. I cubs won last Craig kimbrel. A three year deal with the cubs White Sox, a loss to the Washington nationals six to four trade Turner, run, walk off Homer in the ninth..
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It happens whenever you have a situation like this. Well, Sean is hush hush much much outta sight outta mind. Everyone's taking the quota of America. You show up at a location. They got these big fat slob Slovenske who meet you at the door. You know, these these bulls will I four hundred pounds when you got to arrest him. He can't even find handcuffs. He can fit around their wrists. Their security. I Bohm say their muscle heads. But you know, you hit him hit him in the nose shine. And the you know, if you can reach talion guy got beaks Jewish guy you smack him right in the schnauzers, a bleeding. They start crying for their mommy, but I wouldn't suggest that if the guy's four hundred pounds you kick them in. The you kick them into three piece set put layers. Effect protecting the set four hundred pounds. Don't do that either. No, I tried that one time and my fish just bounce back to me. And I said could it be that the guys repeat set is cast iron? No skunk glaze. A fat you four hundred pounds. Come on. You only what like six four two four hundred pounds. You like a refrigerator? No, you got to lose that federal Iraq. If you even rival what I have just described. You gotta head to njdiet dot com. I sit down and they made meaning making it so easy in Staten Island now because he actually opened up shop. She you're not gonna get clipped leaving Staten Island to go to one of the boroughs in New Jersey for your session. And then all of a sudden, you gotta take a reverse mortgage to pay the toll. What you do is you call eight five five five nj tied in forty days. If they can't get rid of twenty to fifty pounds of fat off your rack, you'll have planning a scandal..
Happening in this weeks What The...??? A burglar drops a 400 pound safe in parking lot
"And finally happening in this week's what the hit was a major feel for a burglar trying to make off with the four hundred pounds safe police discovered the break in early Thursday morning at a grocery store in get well employees of Amelio's who were trying to open for the day. I had to clean up broken glass fingerprint powder left by police and the footprints of a loan burglar who broke in overnight, the one thing that made it easier was knowing that the thief didn't get away with what he was after a large safe left in the middle of their parking lot does. Dozens of cameras captured video of the burglar breaking out the glass in the front door and dragging the safe from a back room to the parking lot. But that's as far as he got. We're told surveillance video shows the burglar actually left the store without the safe came back circle that several times and tried to get it inside his vehicle when police showed up he took off the suspect was able to get away. But we're told at one point he took off his mask, and they got a good look at him in the vehicle through security camera employees don't think it will take long to hunt him down.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"four hundred pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KFI AM, six forty. More stimulating talk. Hey. News on the hour. On the half. And when it breaks. Amy King Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A father claims failures at the LA county's child and family services led to the murder of his two year old son. The debt has sued the department over the beating death of his son. The death of Damian Ventura is not negligence. It's not carelessness lawyer, Brian clay pool says social workers missed obvious abuse before the boy was beaten by his mom's boyfriend last year. Our LA county DCFS system does not employ properly trained psychologists to intervene to meet with the child mother's boyfriend has been charged with murder. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The LAPD continues to look for three people who've been stealing packages from an apartment building's mailroom in west like the thieves apparently used a key fob to get into the complex on west seventh street, then used a mailbox key to open the mailboxes police say two of the suspects are Hispanic males. The third is a Latino woman that that's happened in January and February space. Sex is launched a spacecraft designed to take astronauts to the international space station ignition. Crew dragon blasted off from Cape Canaveral on a falcon nine rocket this morning. The test launch is unmanned and carries a test mannequin nicknamed Ripley after the character in the movies. It's also carrying four hundred pounds of cargo for the crew capsules expected to arrive at the space station at the space station to dock tomorrow morning crash in Baldwin park on the ten the.
"four hundred pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Police say. On Friday, you guys get chime in whatever you want to talk about is going to be fair. There's a lot going on today. We've got a couple of great guests one is Steve he's the author. Responding to the ridiculous claim by AO. See, you know me. AFC AO crazy about the world ending in twelve years to get his response on that which had been alive. We've also got Chad dean on he's got a book out. He was on that show. Paul you ever watch that show my six hundred pound life. No I've seen commercials for I've never seen it. I've seen commercials as well. Because I watched that I think sixty days inn is on TLC. So there are promos on their four by six hundred pound life. It appears to be really really really really really really fat like morbidly obese gonna die from being sold over weight people and their trek through life. This guy was seven hundred one pounds. I mean. That's like about cycle. That's that's heavy. Somebody's gonna ride motorcycles less than center battle. No. It just seems a car. The car would be you know, two three four hundred pound or four thousand pounds. But it's it's a serious amount of weight three times almost. So that's that's amazing. And he's lost over four hundred pounds. So we've got him on today. We're going to talk to him about that weight loss about how he's healthier now. And he's written a memoir about it. We'll talk about that as well. We also have to get into. Roger stone was arrested. And he's already on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond or something. But the media is in a breathless frenzy got him got Trump got him. So we'll talk about that. They don't have Trump, by the way, none of the charges had anything to do with Donald Trump. None of them. But the media's acting as if Trump himself was taken away in handcuffs, which is actually what they're fantasy is. It's a fantasy. That's not going to happen. So all that men some in. There is a lot going on today. And as I said, we will always take your calls on a free speech Friday. It's just what we do. But keep in mind, if I don't know what to think about it. I'll just hang up on you move on anyway, Ilana warm, making more news Yulon, Omar as the district five democrat from the great state of Minnesota. And it's ridiculous that somebody who hates Jews like she does was elected to office be great state like Minnesota. There's something wrong with the state that allows a certain district to be so overrun by people of a certain political persuasion that they would elect somebody who hates Israel, and who would lie about Lindsey Graham, or I guess lie official court documents about whether she was involved with her brother or not. It's ridiculous. It's literally ridiculous. But now she's claiming that President Trump some house backing a coup in Venezuela. I guess she liked Venezuela. The way it was under a Madero and before him. Chavis java's. So we got that. We'll talk about to Monday, by the way, it'd be deputies desouza Sousa's wife. We've had our the program before she, of course, originally from Venezuela. And she tells the story of the way her country used to be and what it is today. And there is no good news there. What do you see what an evil socialist dictator can do? I have somebody right on my Facebook page yesterday. Well, you're such a liar. You're disingenuous about the Swedish show socialism, and the the Netherlands or some other countries, Switzerland or some crap. And I actually I wrote the person bat all you'll probably delete me now because you're so embarrassed tell you should be ashamed. Sarr responded with the video the John startled did Johnston with a great journalist. There are but a few left, but a great journalist and. Stachel. Does this entire piece? Where he talks about. How Sweden has rejected socialism? This person trying to claim they democratic socialism means something democratic socialism is a misnomer. It's a false nomenclature. To make you think that there is something democratic about socialism. Socialism is a wholesale takeover of private industry socialist wholesale takeover of your rights, your freedoms and your liberties socialism is for those who promote it free everything. But at the end of the day if you're smart. You know that there's nothing free. No free lunch. No, free dinner, no free. Anything? Somebody's going to pay the Bill people like AFC can say just pay for it. That's pay for it. And I guess that somehow it's going to bring it home for does the money just grows on trees or falls out of our reruns and the truth is it doesn't just pay for it, and you can't tax corporations and people making a lot of money to the tune of seventy or eighty or somewhat ninety percent because then people will stop trying so hard the corporations will stop hiring people. But, but then they'll actually get the end result they want which is a population of people completely and solely reliant on this on the central government. So now socialism has never worked at it never will work, and you should be embarrassed to write on my Facebook page and having been so educated so schooled by that video from Johnstown is. Wow. You only took one example. I gave you a free. Why just I took one of your three examples a major look foolish and was even me. It was John styles. Make you look foolish. So. Yeah. Socialism doesn't work. We'll talk about that with David Sousa on Monday who again is from Venezuela will find out the inner workings of how that even happened there. And the idea that Ilan Omar would be against our president supporting. At anti-dictatorship, a an anti socialist regime to maybe bring that that country back to some semblance of normalcy. The fact that she would have a problem with that is weird. This is very strange. So there you go we've got that free. Which is always nice. I want to start though with with something a little bit off the beaten path. Oh, I don't know how how publicized this was. But it was something that sort of snuck between the the cracks today when I looked on Twitter. I didn't see a trending. So knew that they were giving some cover to the team. It turns out the players from the Golden State Warriors who are in Washington. I guess to play the wizards they met with former President Barack Obama went to his house. I guess took pick some picture leak though is supposed to leak it was supposed to be a secret meeting or something where instead of going and seeing the president of the United States, Donald Trump. Who invited in the first year they wanna make they declined the invitation the next year. Before he even invited. They said we're not going there. So he invited them there in Washington. And they go kiss the ring Brock Obama. Have you heard that? No, I hadn't actually the report was just out today. But it's not being reported very widely. Because again, I think that the left media is trying to give them some covers of the Bill when people like me say what what's wrong with you. Why would you go see the the actual president? And why are you still kissing up to a guy who who did nothing? Good for the people. It's very odd to me. You're a sports fan. You're not as political as I am, obviously. But you're a sports fan. You agree with me that the winner of the World Series or the Super Bowl or the NBA championship one invited to go. See the president should go. If you're invited on see why you wouldn't want to go. Dancing stupid. Yeah. It's not just the president. It's it's going to the White House. The people's house. It's the it's the White House. It's the taxpayers house. It is the the central optic or optics of the capital of our country. Why you attorney that down and go to Brock Obama's millions and millions of dollars a state behind a wall, by the way. And kiss his ring. It's it's to me again. I don't care what your politics already. And I knew that Steph curry the star of the warriors, although people can can actually say Kevin Durant and some others Klay. Thompson are just as big, but Steph curry I think is the face of the franchise what he said in two thousand sixteen I'm voting or polling for endorsing Hillary Clinton. I knew that he wasn't very smart politically, and that's fine. You don't have to be smart politically due to three point shot from thirty feet out and make it almost every time, but to go and genuflect to a guy, and I'll ask a simple question to anybody who's listening. You're watching. Why would they want to go see him and shunned the current president? The current president has never done anything against any individual community. And in fact, has done more for every American no matter what your race your ethnicity, your background your religion. He's done more for every American Ben than Obama could've done in his wildest dreams. Obama per. Purposely separated us on the lines of race and divided us on the lines of race some sort of strange revenge way of doing business why on earth. Would've basketball team where it's seventy plus percent black and the individual numbers on on the warriors. But I think the league is seventy or seventy seven percent black, which is fine. Bill complaints about that. If if you got the best players, you're the best player on care, what color they are. But why would they go and kiss his ring what he exponentially hurt black people? He actually had policies in place that were harmful and horrible for black people and underprivileged people and poor people and low income people and high crime area people, whereas Trump has put in place more money in your paycheck. Even if you are black. More per hour. Yep. Even if you're black more jobs available. Yep. Even if you're black lower unemployment for black folks and just about everybody else across the board. Why are you kissing Obama's? What exactly had he done other than make black people feel like he was taking up for them? When in reality. He was just separating us by by race. But he said the police acted stupidly. It's because the cop was white and his buddies skip what's his name is a black guy when he said if I had Sonny might look like Trayvon it's because he was going against the white Hispanic Zimmerman and for the black guy involved Trayvon Martin what he sent representatives of the White House. It is administration to the funeral of Michael Brown a guy that caused his own death because he attacked a police officer. He was high and just stole some stuff what he sent representatives from your White House to go to that funeral of the bad guy that causes own death. You knew which side he was going to be on. And he did that purposely for eight years and the Golden State Warriors. I don't think they're dumb people because they play a game. Very well. And you've got to be very intelligent to understand the inner workings of the NBA game for them to go kiss. His ring a guy that hurt so many people in a community like the communities. Many of the players came. From and ignore the guy that actually is is raising everybody up and offering equal opportunity to everybody. It makes me nuts. It makes me think. Wow. There is a disconnect here that I don't think I'm ever going to permeate..
Report: Video shows shooting of reputed mob associate's son
"The three story multifamily home on twenty fifth street went to five alarms after firefighters responded this morning that's in county prosecutor esther suarez is eight people were hospitalized including the two children who perished children are confirmed deceased on as a result of the fire and everyone on the second floor of the fire are all accounted for some eighteen firefighters were treated at the scene at least six were hospitalized caused the blaze under investigation the white house is reacting now to the indictment of a dozen russian intelligence officials are trying to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election the president during the campaign said that the hacking could have been done by a four hundred pound guy sitting on his bed he has downplayed the russian involvement on this continuously even as president even as he has had access to the intelligence now he is looking at an indictment that goes right to are you that is rushing military intelligence the largest foreign intelligence agency in russia directly at vladimir putin's feet justice he is going to be sitting down at his summit meeting with putin that's correspondent jonathan karl reporting the nypd's investigating what appears to have been in a botched mob hit in the bronx new york post reports at target was salvatore's tola son of a reputed banana crime family associate happened wednesday on tyranny place near long st avenue toler was hit three times and take into jacobi medical center in the bronx in critical condition but they do expect him to survive jury deliberations are now underway in the corruption retrial of former new york state senate majority leader dean skeleton and his son after the jury was handed the case this morning prosecutors allege skeleton his son adam pressured several companies into paying his son for no show jobs in exchange for political favors for the first time the city will now be providing ductless biking.
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"Nmls alrighty three nine hundred one good morning to you i'm kim mcallister in for brett burkhart former soviet president mikhail gorbachev says the next month us russian summit could become an historic event putin and trump are set to meet on july sixteenth in helsinki finland meanwhile russian president vladimir putin is boasting about perspective nuclear weapons thing they are years and even decades ahead of foreign designs speaking today before the graduates of russian military academies in the kremlin hooton said the new weapons represent a quantum leap in the nation's military capability just before july fourth dividends oakland police have made an illegal fireworks arrest a tip led investigators to thirty four hundred pounds of fireworks in a storage unit in san leandro fortyfiveyearold hayward man is being held on multiple charges in connection with that find many people believe they're doing themselves a favor by swapping real sugar for an artificial sweetener but recent research suggests otherwise cleveland clinics dr mark hymens recommends you think twice before using them when you're putting in these altered chemicals they have effects they have instructions that they give your metabolism to your brain chemistry to make you eat more to make your body store fat to make you actually have higher levels of information to alter your gut for even though they have no calories are still having consequences says new.
Melania Trump arrives in Tucson, Arizona to visit Border Patrol center
"It's eight oh three right now ninety degrees in tempe ktar is on immigration happening today first lady melania trump is expected to visit her second migrant children facility and reportedly it's going to be right here in arizona ktar's martha mauer joins us live with more details the per visit are still under wraps but we do know mrs trump has boarded her plane heading to the mexico us border abc news reporting she'll be here in arizona she's expected to visit a shelter housing migrant kids who have been separated from their parents at the border justice she did last week in mcallen texas now the first lady's visit comes following the president's signing of an executive order that says parents and kids should be housed together when apprehended at the border roughly twenty three hundred children were separated in recent weeks since the administration's zero tolerance policy of undocumented crossers referred for prosecution began live in the news center i'm martha our ktar news governor ducey says he's ready to help migrant children crossing the zona mexico border the governor says they must be well cared for and not separated from their parents i am working with the federal government to see what role the state can play talking with health and human services ducey also says he supports strong border security to protect era zones from drugs traffic by the mexican cartels of church continues to offer sanctuary to legal immigrants facing deportation father who's been in the us for more than thirty years has been taking refuge inside the shadow rock united church of christ and phoenix for the past two years also there a mother who's seeking a you visa which is given up to victims of crimes she's been there since january because they've been in sanctuary they've been able to celebrate birthdays and graduations and those kinds of things they're not able to leave the campus can sleman is a pastor at the church he says both of them are waiting for their cases to be resolved when they came to us we decided that it was worth the risk to do the right thing and to help them and their attorneys to win the case in the last four years his church has given sanctuary to seven people griselda zetino ktar news a casino in northern arizona has welcomed a new member to its staff stacey stevens with tech company nightscopes says there are four hundred pounds of thomas robot is patrolling the grounds of the navajo casino resort in flagstaff he says nights scope k five has several features audio three hundred sixty degree video license plate recognition thermal imaging people texan those are some of the things that it's capable of doing the robot is not expected to replace any human jobs it will allow the casino security team to actually cover more ground ktar is on the economy more people are buying homes in the valley chase.
Laura Wallace, South Carolina and North Carolina discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Pay medical bills wbz news time five twenty one some new research today ties belief in a higher being to a longer lifespan study finds that people with religious beliefs tend to live about four years longer on average than those not identified with a specific faith key reason according to ohio state psychologist laura wallace afford people opportunities to connect with others lifestyle practices and guidelines also were factors in lung jedi the research included analysis of newspaper obituaries and several dozen major us cities gary nunn cbs new wbz news time five twenty one new government survey on teenagers fines they're not smoking they're not having sex they're not doing drugs as much as they did in the past this study asked high school kids about a wide range of health topics and researchers compared the results to similar questionnaires dating back more than a quarter century allan this particular survey they also found that teens are drinking less soda and sports drinks but they're also laying off the milk as well this particular teenager has his fun on the water and he's making some history to along the carolina coast ej nettles has quite a fish tale to tell the sixteen year old from south carolina has become the first junior angler to catch a four hundred pound fish and the fifty year old big rock blue marlin tournament in morehead city north carolina residing compared to what i'm used to it be able to bring back the biggest blue marlin caught three days into the five hundred thousand dollar fishing tournament weighed in at five hundred eighteen pounds jim krasula cbs news greensboro north carolina city council deals with issue boston has struggled with for years to regulate short term rentals in the city which eliminates investor units and allows owneroccupied short term rentals three hundred sixty five days of the year newswatch never stops eliminating investor units will push them all the short term rentals out of downtown wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twenty three lot of heavy size behind the wheel this afternoon we check traffic and weather together mike king with a look at the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
Chris Farley's family sues Trek over name of fat-tired bikes
"This is fox on justice chris farley was a gifted comic actor a saturday night along with a number of hit films that's from tommy boy part of farley's comic appeal was due to his manic energy and his weight around four hundred pounds can actually hear you getting fat he died of a drug overdose in nineteen ninetyseven chris farley's family just filed a lawsuit against the bicycle maker nineteen why because trek bicycle is out with a new line of bikes with big fat tires they named the bikes farley or did you do the family is asking for ten million dollars in damages that's gonna leave a mark feing track is treading on chris farley's fat guy image to make a profit the suit was filed in madison wisconsin where farley was born about thirty miles from waterloo we're trek is based we don't take no for an answer with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news this is.
"The Mountain" from "Game of Thrones" named World's Strongest Man
"Thorbjorn well let's give him his full name because you went alexandrov action half board julius yards there you go six what six nine four hundred pounds and he has seven five six twenty as apps the dudes of freak he has taken in the world's strongest man which you could run on a loop that should be its own network twenty four seven and i would watch we ran that a lot on espn yes we did we need to do it again he's had three third places three second places and he finally won it now truth be known the winner last year eddie hall did not compete but obviously a lot of others did he finally is the strongest man of all those competitions when you're lifting the stones and all that but as far as real lifting is concerned he does have the world record left in the in the deadly one thousand and forty one pounds and as much as you can say this line he made it look easy how easy pulled that weight up it was ridiculous but he's your world's strongest man he looks like the world strongest man it is it's freaking she'd to really get an appreciation because we do all see him on game of thrones there's a movie on netflix called born strong s that's about him eddie hall who's one of the premier debt lifters compete who didn't compete and then ryan shaw green is the vickers for a long time the arnold classic was that movie centered on but it shows the training that goes into making these massive each and lift is ridiculous while the categories in the in the world's strongest man contest or just awesome they are the car deadly max overhead dead lift loading race truck paul frame carey an atlas stones yeah is that by the way does a does what's his face having atlas stone yet from infinity wars does he have the atlas the atlas snuff that was that was week yeah what.