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Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

"A popular musician denies misdemeanor charges of assault in New Hampshire an attorney for Marilyn Manson has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of the musical artists he's accused of spitting at and blowing his nose on a videographer who was at his twenty nineteen concert in Gilford New Hampshire mansion turned himself into police in July in connection with an arrest warrant issued in the case details of the alleged crime or in a police affidavit released along with the criminal complaint against Manson he faces two misdemeanor counts of simple assault if convicted he could get a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

"Musician Marilyn Manson is charged with misdemeanor assault on a videographer and a twenty nineteen concert in New Hampshire I marches are a letter with the latest Susan fountain was working as a videographer in the stage pits and Marilyn Manson's concert in Gilford New Hampshire two years ago when Manson put his face close to the camera and spit at her according to a police affidavit it says Manson allegedly returned a second time covered one nostril in blue mucus out her Manson surrendered to Los Angeles police last month in connection with the incident the two charges each can result in a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine if convicted Manson's attorney did not return requests for comment

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Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable

The Doodler

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable

"Knicks. That was the name san francisco cops used. For cases they considered unsolvable the kind of cases that would get hung on new investigators in nineteen seventy four two inspectors in the homicide department were famous for actually solving them rotate guilford and earl sanders wore rimmed glasses. He had attentive is a bright smile. Earl was stout all muscle in a mustache earl and rotate a work like the rest of the guys in their department and not just because they were the only black detectives throw in. My dad is people on the sanders. Son marcus really their secret sauce because people tell them to rotate told me during one if ne-new more criminals than we knew police could fall the homicide in all. Just criminals actually liked earl mutasa. They didn't bust people unless they were directly related to a homicide and that built them trust and connections all over. The city is informative everywhere. Used to have a remember. The shoeshine guy that we would go when i was a kid over here near the old Reasonable joe's you would tell you for dinner and the guy was in saying man. Let me tell you what i know. This was especially true in the black communities of san francisco. People would tell them things. They wouldn't tell the white cops that's how they built a reputation for solving the unsolvable the round necks

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:12 min | 10 months ago

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:46 min | 10 months ago

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"Salmon is a staple food for many indigenous people in the pacific northwest. Many names chinook. Coho sockeye pink chum. The fish has been the subject of song story and artwork for thousands of years. It is also a symbol of fortitude and self sacrifice but in recent years the mighty salmon has been facing some scary realities today on the show a deep dive into the ripple effect of the dwindling fish stock. And what happens when the salmon stop coming home. They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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The "Dungeons & Dragons" Murder

True Crime Brewery

05:15 min | 1 year ago

The "Dungeons & Dragons" Murder

"A North Carolina suburb in the early morning of July twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight. On evonne, Stein awoke to an intruder at her bedside holding a knife and club. Bunny was severely beaten and stabbed, but she somehow managed to stay alive and call for help after the intruder left Leith was not selected. However, he was stabbed and bludgeoned to death when investigators learned that his estate was worth over two million dollars naturally his wife and stepchildren became suspects. Yeah. The amount I've heard varying stories on the amount, but it was around two million dollars. So a considerable amount of money especially in the nineteen eighties her was. The von Stein family lived in the small town of Washington North Carolina. And the rest of the state calls this town little Washington to differentiate it from Washington DC in Washington state. But I guess the people who live there like to call it the original Washington because it is the first town to be named after George Washington. That's an interesting tidbit for you. Can we fact check that I have done that but if we WANNA double check for me so it was the first town as we now yet. Okay. So. Whether you call it little Washington or original Washington the town was virtually destroyed in eighteen, sixty four, and then again in nineteen hundred by some devastating fires, a few homes survived and it was rebuilt and it became a farming and fishing community. So with a population of just over ten thousand pretty small. It's known as a sleepy town, but actually a pretty good place to raise your family low crime. I would imagine ten thousand is Pretty small but not too bad. So yeah probably be a nice place to raise a kid. Yeah, I. Think so. So, lease was born in Queens New York in nineteen forty six to parents who both came from well off German families who it is still a baby. The family moved to North Carolina his father Howard was a graduate of Brown University and he'd been a professional saxophone player before fighting in world. War? Two. After. The war. The Big Band era who is starting to be on its way out? And it was getting hard to find work as a saxophonist. So at this point, he had a wife and a baby boy to support so. Howard decided he needed to find a steady job. He ended up taking one offered by his brother-in-law as a laundry equipment salesman. He and I think he was successful at that. But maybe not at his happiest, right because he was an artist and musician. But he was successful. CONC- that whoever you're good at what you do that you're just not totally in it. Exactly. So lead Smart Marie does it on him she spoiled him and gave him pretty much anything he wanted. But you know he remained respectful and loving and had a good work ethic. By, the time he was in high school, the camel city laundry and cleaners had become one of the most successful laundries in the whole country. and lead stand Howard had become part owner and they were employing over one hundred people. But you know. Lee. had no interest in the laundry business and his dad totally understood that. So li-the never took a part time job that his father offered him at the laundry. He had decided on another career you're lethal is accepted into the school of Engineering at North Carolina State University. He. Was Successful for the first two years. But then in the junior year kind of his motivation and slacked off. He got into partying pretty heavily and he flunked out in nineteen, sixty seven. Now, the problem with this or this time is that the Vietnam War was going on. So guess what happened Oh Leaf He's drafted. Yeah. His parents were pretty frantic and worried about this as you can imagine or you're their only son, their only child. So he was twenty one years old by this time, and fortunately for him, his two years of college helped him get assigned to clerical work. So instead of being sent off to fight a war, he was stationed in office in Germany. Of course, he knew some German. So that came in handy to after his discharge from the army in nineteen seventy lethal returned home and enrolled at Guilford College in Greensboro as a business major. Gilford was a small quaker college. So some faculty and students held weekly silent vigils against the Vietnam War on the federal courthouse lawn. And Leaf was agreeing with them. He didn't think this war should be going on. Your a lot of this at that time didn't think that was a good idea. Shabby. That were absolutely it was the movement. So. Although he had been conservative for most of his life leaked did get some strong opinions against the war and he let his hair grow out to his shoulder started wearing blue jeans and he got a pair of those small round wire rimmed glasses that John

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Something unusual is missing among Nielsen's top programs

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Something unusual is missing among Nielsen's top programs

"Hi Mike the latest Rossi TV you're ratings reporting have the vice an president's interesting jet returned twist to a New Hampshire airport after striking talk about a bird flipping on take the script off when you run vice down president the list Mike of top pence's TV airplane shows on had the weekly to make Nielsen an emergency ratings landing you'll find in New Hampshire something Tuesday missing night not after a single striking a show bird among on take them is off a scripted the White House says program you're forced no to return dramas to Manchester no comedies Boston regional and airport yes you can as a blame cautionary that on procedure the corona virus hence pandemic had been at a campaign it is event let to in TV Gilford production New Hampshire being shut a down senior administration and that means official when the networks says went the looking vice for president shows to and air his entourage shelves were in no were danger bare instead pence ended of scripted up flying shows home the top on a cargo twenty features aircraft for NFL that the secret games service to NBA uses playoff to transport games his vehicles and competition during travel shows like Mike America's Rossio got talent Washington I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"gilford" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"gilford" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the vice president's jet returned to a New Hampshire airport after striking a bird on take off vice president Mike pence's airplane had to make an emergency landing in New Hampshire Tuesday night after striking a bird on take off the White House says you're forced to return to Manchester Boston regional airport as a cautionary procedure hence had been at a campaign event in Gilford New Hampshire a senior administration official says the vice president and his entourage were in no danger pence ended up flying home on a cargo aircraft that the secret service uses to transport his vehicles during travel Mike Rossio Washington

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Pence's jet returns to airport after hitting bird on takeoff

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Pence's jet returns to airport after hitting bird on takeoff

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the vice president's jet returned to a New Hampshire airport after striking a bird on take off vice president Mike pence's airplane had to make an emergency landing in New Hampshire Tuesday night after striking a bird on take off the White House says you're forced to return to Manchester Boston regional airport as a cautionary procedure hence had been at a campaign event in Gilford New Hampshire a senior administration official says the vice president and his entourage were in no danger pence ended up flying home on a cargo aircraft that the secret service uses to transport his vehicles during travel Mike Rossio Washington

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Census Data Reveal Disparities in Fiscal Stability During Pandemic

WSJ What's News

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Census Data Reveal Disparities in Fiscal Stability During Pandemic

"For many Americans pain for housing is a mounting challenge because of the corona virus economic slowdown and the pressure isn't equally distributed to get a better idea of the scope of the struggle we're joined by Wall Street, Journal Economics reporter Gwynne Gilford Good Morning Gwen, good morning mark. When you've been looking at the census data and it reveals some real disparities especially when it comes to financial stability, what did you discover? So tens of millions of households are struggling to pay rent or mortgage payments because their cash flows have been squeezed by the pandemic, but that disproportionately hurting black and Latino households. So there's new census data that is showing that more than twenty percent of. Of Black Hispanic or Latino adults reported being late on rent or mortgage payments as of mid, July and that compares with nine percent of whites with those findings behind the numbers are people who are struggling to make ends meet the human stress of all of this is very real for sure. So one woman I spoke with who lives in the south side of Chicago. She's an. African. American. Single mother of two kids, and elementary school. She worked at a chicken factory that closed down in March. So she was laid off and then they start bringing workers back. But there was an outbreak at the plant, and since she's the sole caretaker of her children, she didn't own a chance getting sick. So she's just been stuck at home with their kids and has no income and July twenty eighth. She received an eviction notice. But there are other. You know it's not just frontline workers though there are lots of trump hidden ways that the pandemic is squeezing people's finances. Families are obviously dealing with some short term, immediate financial struggles. But this can also have long term consequences well beyond the pandemic. Yet. Definitely. So the impact of the pandemic is disproportionately hit black and Latino communities in terms of health like more people learn where people are getting sick and dying higher rates and job loss or hours being cut like the employment impacts have fallen harder on Latino and black. Workers but more fundamentally, the pandemic is amplifying longstanding racial disparities in financial security and homeownership, and you know these are things like the wealth gap where you know this was really essential to having the savings you need to whether something like the worst pandemic and a century, and there's also income, of course, since black and Latino workers earn less on average than white workers and it was housing specifically they tend to pay. A larger percent of their income. Towards housing costs than than white families do. So you know that's the picture of you know some pretty fundamental financial inequality and would the pandemic is threatening to do is why that inequality and perhaps You know the sources I talked to are worried that it will ultimately worsen disparities in financial security in ways that could set back generations of people of Color.

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"gilford" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"gilford" Discussed on KOMO

"The almost winter the winner division three college basketball and recall check your Guilford college every was down by one seven seconds of role Roman Williams sets up it's a three to take the lead hurry up sixty nine sixty seven Gilford with one last chance jailing gore tosses up a shot as time expires for the win so what do the other one within the actually the other team ended up because they were still left on the clock so little Guilford college they're having a big party on that campus tonight all three boxes with oh my gosh well it's going to be a party on new year's eve tomorrow night we're gonna be deal with the roller coaster of weather in terms of the possibility for a lot of rain out there times ranging in the mid to upper forties pretty uniformly across western Washington snatches the rain and the chance for some isolated thunderstorms late tomorrow night but some strong winds as well blowing between about thirty to forty five miles per hour we'll be watching the very latest on that for you for this update will melt your heart Siberian husky mix puppies will start the new year in new homes cuter the ACLU main called in the little rain your letter they each had holiday names like comic Cupid Elton kringle and they had a big following on social media today people started lining up before five AM for a chance to adopt the poppies their mother blue bell was also adopted we'll be right back so first okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling.

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"gilford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To make a road trip to Gilford New Hampshire later on this summer may be disappointed it is eighty six years old he is now battling a breathing problem says he needs a doctor doctor to check him out he is canceling the rest of his car and tore that includes is always anticipated appearance at farm aid in late September in Wisconsin but have no fear Nelson fans the singer ads he will be back it's nine oh three it's been a rough rough ride on the roadways and rough time of me trying to say that brandy is here with an update it's the Superbowl retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the trees you know Jeff that's my son on the road again really did not know that too because that I'm looking at things that are you know on the road again he's bound soldiers field road get a crash they just cleared a north Harvard street in Austin traffic still heavy from the alley a bridge to that point that over high box truck is in the cat out at the be you bridge all lanes are open their lower deck still heavy assembly square on in actually to purchase street inside the o'neill tunnel the to open is getting a little bit better but still heavy I getting through the passes center span to the second bridge lower deck is crowded and to add airport tunnels Sumner and the Ted westbound aboard that continue to be tough force now ninety five north on the crash has been pushed off to the right hand side after one forty in fox for that's the good news the bad news is that we are tied up for about seven miles now from one fifty two in north Attleboro once you get past it it's okay approaching one twenty eight so that's that's nice twenty four north bound delays from one thirty nine to the Randolph merge northbound expressway still tied up furnace brook two Columbia road and that day eases out a little bit but then it's slow again mass at into the o'neill tunnel on the Cape six westbound typical summer delay is one thirty seven in Harwich to route one twenty four Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three starting to look a little bit better and brighter here in Boston mostly cloudy skies still hanging tough though seventy three degrees and the tropical field to the.

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"gilford" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I have glass couple nights not getting any sleep, but there's a show with Jessica Bill called the center that Garrett I've been loving. So that's what I'm gonna binge next finish. She's getting high high prices for that. Say, you may want to watch that as well. There's a lot of stuff on Netflix chance. The rapper guest stars on wall out this week. And you've got the last shark NATO it's about time over on scifi on Sunday. Of course, jaylo shades of blue wrapping things up. You do have the fear the Walking Dead is on as well. Are we supposed to watch all of that? I don't think you can. You can you know DVR some in later. Hello, Evan. How are you. Hey, good. Elvis. Are you doing? Okay. So here in New York City, we have canal street and everyone's crosses out to sea. So it's anal street in your town. What do you have. Yeah, Gilford Connecticut. We have a straight. Stunning. Third, it's gonna who uphold road to Paul? Yep. Back in high. We went to a WalMart, and we've got one of those mailbox times bought a p and the p. over the age make Cole road. Road. Pupo do some days. It's kind of smelly. All right. Thank you. Evan. Have fun. This whole road. Excellent. I love this. Hello, Christine. Right. We're doing. So you into coral shores, high school? Yeah, I live in the Florida Keys, and that's our local high school. I graduated in two thousand three and the senior prank was always to remove the sea and remove the s. and it would spell out oral horse. Where'd you go? I graduated from oral floors, high school. All right, Christine. Thank you. Very nice. Have a good weekend. Keep in mind when you hear these signs, you have to visualize them so we can see your head there much funnier. Hello, Mary Kay. All right. How are you? I'm doing well, and something tells me you have fun signs in your town. She's from duck North Carolina elbow. Yeah. So there's a small stuff division. They're called tuck. Oh, taco. And so ever tuck. Oh, and it's spelled t. u. c. k. dash a. h. o. right. And every here someone changes the t to. Why wouldn't you. Before they make these time? Don't tell can we change the name of the town to Smithville. All right. Thanks. Thank you. Mary Kay. You too. Love that. I think so. Awesome. There's just got a text for someone who lives in a farming community and they always have, oh, it was corn over to go, oh, it was the change. The see two, which they sell sweet porn. The best kind of I know. Hello, Brooke. How are you. How are you doing? Well, thanks for holding on so long. Talk about your sign. Oh, so they don't really change it, but we have a high street in my neighborhood high street and high street, and everyone would be late. So they had to put every single high street down the road of at least twenty higher than all the residents still get still in while. St. have street scientists so high in the air because people walked highstreet sign. If I have it in my bedroom, I'm with you. All right, thank you. Hi, Bob. Are you doing? I'm doing. Okay, man. Welcome to the weekend. Talk about your sign. There's a sign in Fairfield, Connecticut, and it says Fairfield art society. Well, of course, someone changed it to Fairfield part. Phil does very well with the park society members, but it does. Yes, they do. You know, what? Can you guys? Well, great talking to you. Bob in my question is if you see an obvious side that you can't change and have some fun with, why wouldn't you by the way, Fairfield, Connecticut has one of the best French restaurants I've ever been to. I don't know the name of it, but I know it's down below on this on the little highs near the FARC society. It might be. Thank you. Hello, Stephanie. Good morning. Hello? You love upstate New York? Yeah. We have a road named seaman and they put the number eight and five it constantly. So when you read it, it says eight seamen. No..

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"gilford" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"On may twenty fifth two thousand four jobs i came into the world is a five and a half pound healthy baby boy but in the next six months he gained just two more pounds and doctors didn't know why joe zayas mother jennifer your oscar watching their heads saying why can't we feed your cya why is he not healing properly for most of his first year most of time was spent at the hospital often feeding too on his first birthday doctors finally had a definitive diagnosis the doctor came in still like well i think that your son has hutchinson gilford progeria syndrome and so i was like okay is it genetic disease which causes accelerated aging in children its name from the greek means prematurely old it is incurable and among the rarest diseases honor their chance of being barth but juries about one in four million so it's amazingly rare drew's zion's dr colleen walsh right now there's about thirteen kids in the united states fifty four kids worldwide how old is his body it's it's hard to tell about one year was equal to about ten years to size looking at probably being between an average sixty seventy or old doctors told us is mother with the disease his life expectancy was between eight and thirteen years i never questioned why me or are anything like that but i kind of questioned almost to the point of why joe cy what do you mean it's hard it's hard to explain being mom or parent and knowing that potentially you're going if your child.

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"gilford" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

"East asia off the east just finished is thin talking about gilford dc south guaranty were i haven't seen the outgoing it's a boy the first oklahoma trades by a so the first book piece of boy to boy as soon as possible list but yet aegis phenomenal to date each is just beautiful stuff the architect is fantastic east east sense of design is amazing you sense of characters fantastic a performances and the eat put into the cars is your terrific die do feel island and if he is he's kudos to two baroto bed read as well the couch do live breeze breeze the it's it is not predictable in any why it will tell you fucking hot to be honest hunting with yeah always with i it loved the federal came out at all i got it i actually or bought facility as a christmas present before while copy 'cause you're coming up to christmas i tend to know bouygues the fhimah south always all cracked shocker spent money out of the people back so i ended up by binding follow bites as a christmas present i got in the first two for previous christmases as well so he was just asia's they lie gdp what you're out a new yes oil you ready to after christmas or on my should get us off copy and annoyed disliked needs to to to reread the first two is well on august shifted postal fucking wreck while a top official third what did it was odd with proper.

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"gilford" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Withholding cable he says the bigger challenges still ahead due to the new tax law every worker in america will eventually have to submit a new w four you know the withholding form you fill out when you get a new job to undertake hundreds of millions of w four filed with each him or an individual might work so yes a more paperwork for everyone in washington i'm kimberly adams for marketplace we told you earlier this week that federal energy regulators have rejected a trump administration proposal to subsidize struggling nuclear and coalfired energy plants now a different but related story about how much or even weather really subsidizing coal companies helps the people who live in coal country gwyn gilford went to central appalachia down in west virginia kentucky border to find out about that she wrote about it in quartz gwynn it's good to have you thanks for having me we ought to say just at the getgo year that kohl generates a lot of economic activity getting it out of the ground sending it on that economic activity what it does not do though is generate a whole lot of economic development which is why now you have in appalachia a and almost monaco economic culture right there's no economic diversity yes that's exactly right in fact you talk to people intent drop latin they caught amano economy are monoculture verbatim i've i thought i was quoting were there but who now we'll talk to me about this guy.

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"gilford" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"gilford" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"And he died very short lot weeks months after that i'll never actually got to me in of drug or into gilford from now being very well um yeah he he didn't recover um cabinet never forgotten that such a lovely lovely thing as i've always had a soft spot for norwich to say the least for that uh yeah with way israel i suppose of hummus thus meiji some random guy ryan thea five hundred quit well how britain that you say eurozone seventy close lies navy would get that one thing yeah meant the will of course he wasn't gonna paid for oil you'll fees for three ads knock what it was more about what it meant all yeah yeah what it what it meant was his stuff yeah it blew me away and it's still thinking about a soak up an ira and everything just yeah yeah just damazin of in um von kept that mentality law i think even to now that conned of i've i've never really had in terms of a career of dunkin wrong you always got a bell lock in the bad luck well i've always kept gonna get it going not sit in a mullah rose dry were artha yeah right into people as well and even not even just in the joe put yeah obviously outside of jobs lost me about drawn school now i spent three years continually question because the first yet i told you kinda they khanna told you wish it geno irna may be a second uae he kind of questionable if if up a function yma an underage ego lecomte be not share else they wouldn't of at a let me in i'll do a bit of what it before before going to nominate he half uh and he was good dumming do some good she was it was very political.

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"gilford" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"The option with all that added information of deciding for themselves whether they wanted to shout yoohoo ally that seems eminently sensible it it it and that's why you don't do it because recklessness is far more exciting david gilford out there so the whole universe like you know when you say reveal forget reveal let's flashed the universe over here oh you're still bowl uh the the this also happens to be coming up at a time when we are faced with a range of global issues that require us to try to have some sort of global decisionmaking or global consultation of process i'm talking about global warming and other issues it wouldn't hurt for us to learn how to at least attempt to make some sort of a global message things you're never going to reach a perfect consensus with every villager of every place on earth but you can at least make an honest attempt yes absolutely and by the way david you are a science fiction writer and i just want to say that i'm about to uh submit a treatment uh for disney's cosmic jungle book which i think is brilliant you just came up with can i read the songs let me tell you something the roof everybody on this trade at this is made carlsson from ottawa canada and this is where he says with one hundred billion galaxies full of stars there's probably other life out there will thanks a lot nate i'm glad you uh you termed it on that but how close together do we need to be to notice each other if we assume aliens have radio telescopes with similar since syria hours how far from earth could they be an ashley discern any of our radio signals so how close with our neighbors have to be that we scream out of our window when they hear us at a good question and that is one of the few questions perhaps in this whole field of steady that we can actually answer quantitatively there's so much that subjective and subject to opinion an interpretation but that's a that's a calculation and it goes back to uh in nineteen fifty nine when uh the first ever serious steady paper was published by uh by just happy cacani and philip morris in in in nature magazine and they calculated that with earth smoke.

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"gilford" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"While adjacent street like five feet from me same thing happened was macherio with a smash williams outside the field house there but these are all people you know now make sure you know call chandler nino connie britain but the amy teagarden zack gilford's the certainly the taylor catches there were just numerous people about michael be jordan on that show who would go on to do for avail station and so many other than creed which was awfully good last year there have been a number of occasions on the show where you know more people on the show than you think you do you don't you don't even think about making kelly you can't forget about her and adrian polygamy who was taira who not ashamed to say i was certainly smitten by there were just a fleet of people that did such good work that ended up doing great work afterwards but will still always be known for who they are like you think of jesse plemmons who played landry what are landry end up doing he went to breaking pad and became a villain and then he went the fargo and mary kirsten dunst landry the frein i lights great and it was number six in it probably could have been higher on any given day tough five sopranos was number five how much do i need to say about the sprinters not a lot some people would say it's too low honestly i think when it became would it became in the last couple of seasons it simply wasn't as good focused on onestorey lawn in particular way too much for my liking the finale was polarizing i didn't have too much of a problem with it but it was and it was a non finale finale it was an openended we don't know what's about to happen and people wanted closure they wanted something concrete but a lot of times in for now is you don't really get that unless you're in a sitcom and you see the exact same that thing happened almost every time they move out of.

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"gilford" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on No Agenda

"I kinda like it though this obama did you away president obama you are my president this is a great will leave this throw the whole show i don't know what it is but it's a bad sound the why he john congratulations we have a new president will you know the funny thing is pro can you didn't get to watch shows 'cause you're sleeping but they were protesting i mean there was a big gathering outside of the white house cold and beyond and they were seeing in like you know that song hey hey good bye an nana okay and there were also signs saying you know vix bhushan now while he pretty much got his notice dimming isn't it this means he's out the thing is you know a lot of people were saying you know the last couple of days and there's some rumors going around that bush was going to declare martial law is going to do this in a security that i was ever tell is cracking of every time or heard one of those does does concept's because the way i'm seeing it and the information that were already hearing about bush wants to get out of there tomorrow these days and sergely sensual remorse omagh bruce so that would be something that does shows how the quality of the sound has improved over the years because you didn't care while they're not gonna let it go there's nothing when i do back in the day an now we could have reconnected we could have tried something you know we always tried to reconnect gives it does housing craft was true and well you there was no attempt to reconnect or is no attempt to do anything it was just like that the whole show if i recall if i recall correctly little out now this is this is a a minor point i remember that i was in gilford ben it took like six months to get an internet connection which i think was be.

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"gilford" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Gilford law school had to get a real job came back to atlanta became a tax attorney and then began my trajectory of downward economic mobility newton said went from being attacks attorney to being a good well city attorney for atlanta the city attorney for atlanta exactly so as a deputy i've i managed a team of about twenty lawyers by the by the end of my tenure that's it appointed position it is as i was appointed by the city attorney in the mayor and then went from that job ran forth state house in two thousand six got elected served in the house for four years in the decided i should be the minority leader so we're in for that in 2010 was elected by my colleagues and did that until 2017 about a few months ago when i step down to run for governor all right so what got you into politics i should as what got you into being i'm a tax attorney but you moved on from that would give you the impetus to move into politics itself i think that poverty is immoral and economically inefficient and i watched my parents uh try their best to it new mitigated in mississippi they would take us to all and here uh a lot and i once asked you shouldn't there be someone who could do this besides the knee of six kids in my two parents eight people seem like a lot of does not enough investment in trying to solve this problem and my parents that's called government uh the government is supposed to put together the systems to help address these issues and it wasn't working uh and i became fascinated by how you could make that system work and then i became fascinated by the conversation of where the private sector fit in and the nonprofit sector and so for me politics is part of a triumvirate of learnings that i've tried to have a europe i started small businesses i've run nonprofit organizations and politics is one of those pieces that you have to understand and government has to be done better if we want to serve people when you've got into doing this did you think you're a natural politician was it oh god no a i am deeply introverted hand my closest friends and my family know that uh this is the least likely job for me to have based on my.

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"gilford" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"It's more about taste definitely simple taste for me what are your sellers well since pretty much opening the best selling flavor is red velvet so we kind of make that flavor in a variety of guises so we have cupcakes whole cakes red velvet brownies and red velvet will be pi so that general flavored selves the most in each of its categories and if you combine them altogether will surpass by far chocolate or vanilla or anything else do you think people's taste in cupcakes varies around the world i wonder if if if these cupcakes would be bestsellers if you launch of the us for example i think there are differences yes in the uk there's always been whether they like to admit it or not there is always been kind of a hankering after american stuff because people see watch american tv and movies and they say oh they're of people on friends were eating this and now we can buy it here so i think those two tastes are similar especially with the younger generation in the uk whereas may be some other places might think this is too sweet or i for something that has more fruit in it like fruitcake or yes so definitely tastes to change but we've been kind of consistent here what does well in the us and we bring here usually will do really well here also so at the moment you have quite a few bakeries in london a couple alzeit of london uk i believe and also if you into by and and one bakery as a franchise in saudi arabia as well what kind of last year for the future do you have new openings blunt yes for london or the uk i would like to open another branch in this coming financial year so just opened one in august in gilford in sorry so that's done so far so good really doing well there i would like to find.

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"gilford" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on The Science Show

"Tim gilford is professor of animal behaviour university of oxford and do lock up some of those programmes by and germs in offtrack those shore birds and their travels as well as the disappearing landing sites and their long journeys well let's birds so we really need now to turn to be used and how they navigate you'll know that one of the great centers for this studies at the university of queensland but there's also a team at the university of sussex applying virtual reality so you can almost see and travel like a b meet tom nowotny now you'll you'll be use and do you have a connection with computers i able to download what the b is doing with its belittled brain what we are not downloading it technology but via a measure what debbie's are doing in the brain and then v reproduce certain of judo algorithms on the computer how do you megawati bea's branch doing you can basically stick and electrode into a single neurons and see electrical activity directly or you can express dies or put on dyes that voltage sensitive called some sensitive and so on and then you can see the activity in the microscope as adults to variations than he could also measure elected potentials local few potential so many different types of measurement of people do in brains and in real terms what can you work out from those indicators of what the brain is doing.

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"gilford" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And it may be uh that it's not so much though leptin content 'obon avocado overlooks the problem but yeah you're right they're avocado uh does not seem to bind to the sugar molecules that we expect most lecterns 2 bn just made a lot of people very happy of course i still don't recommend necessarily eating the entire pit of the avocado but i'm i'm sure he'll make a lot of people happy to hear that the avocados apparently less iin i tried out i try to have an avocado ever d'enquete akloma sucker for avocados other there one of my gilford's foods because i know that they still got a bunch of jet fuel to bring those bad boys in a into my backwards washington state but i i still eat them now a how 'bout tomatoes i couldn't find any evidence that the left in content on tomatoes even uncooked had any significant adverse effects on human wit is first for some of these fruits or things like tomatoes you know one in a 'cause i love to take a whole tomato and sliced up and put them all of oil and some see salt and sometimes a nice go cheese on there and have that as a meal and i couldn't find any evidence that that the left and content of tomatoes has a significant adverse effects on humans even though they there were studies that show that they make the tomato electins can cross the gut and enter the bloodstream grant appear to be associated with any deleterious issues so are their bodies in the streets with some of these fruits i mean can we say that because lecterns can cross the bloodstream from a certain.

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"gilford" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"gilford" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"The same thing over and over again or else you run into like comparisons to entourage and i would not want to do that because i have a lot more respect for all the actors involved in the show and the creators involved in the show to say that that's what's happening but i mean this is a form of your show on its worst day was on its best but structurally like it's hard not to sort of ciba your in terms of the overall arc of the show as sometimes functioning as a spiritual opposite it's functioning the exactly like entourage so in this case basically through no effort of their own other than the thing that guilfoil was during the union realized that's what he was doing they survive and succeed in connecticut funding right and again hopefully it works i would i kinda wanna see them all become billionaires even if it's just for a little while because i would like to see what for example guilfoil does with he'll fifty million dollars rubin at some apted measures going to squander it you know that's going to happen the is them he broke but yes and yelling gilford it will be like just florida gives money over yet my other thing i thought which if they really wanna take us for a ride and i mentioned this somewhere else is like just give us a whole road trip episode with big janyang i don't care whether going put them in a convertible and send them on the road see what happens y'all the season it started out with a fair amount of big had mmu vanish for quite a while until richard at recruit him to help out in the finale yet able to sack because i love dickhead that's my guy that would you wanna see like a lot more big had as the newer liquor do you think he can't really fill that role on the show on yes he that's a tricky thing 'cause like it's.

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