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"harrison farms" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:38 min | 1 d ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Julian Edelman is a legend. Not a whole of Famer great postseason numbers. I think we can all agree on that. What he did in the Super Bowl to be a Super Bowl M v. P there. Three players in NFL history with 600, or more regular season receptions and a Super Bowl M V pic. Two of those players. Our Hall of Famers. Released. Jerry Rice is one Hines Ward is more of a Hall of Famer than Julian Edelman. And what happens is when you talk about this topic, then you diminish something that somebody does. Julian Edelman's not even Wes Welker in the regular season. In in the postseason. He's up there with Jerry Rice. He's a Patriot Hall of Famer, but he's not a Hall of Famer. He's a legend, and I think and All of these sports we should start. Distinguishing Somebody is a legend and somebody's a Hall of Famer. There's no shame in being just a legend. Yes, he It feels kind of odd, though, to say that a legend doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame. Roger Maris is a legend. You're not a Hall of Famer. Had two great seasons. That's it. Yeah, I'm McLovin. Kind of Roger. Marriage to be in the Hall of Fame. Just I'm not a duration guy like isn't one brilliant feet enough? No. No, he had one magical season. I mean, Joe Nemeth got in because of one game. One Super Bowl three. Because his statistics aren't great. Of more interceptions and touch them. I know it's happened and I know people are going to bring up. Uh, you know Terrell Davis. Well, Terrell Davis rushed for 2000 yards. He won two Super Bowls. He was an M V P in the league. Terrell Davis is sort of like Gale Sayers. I get that if people want to argue that I just don't think Julian Ellen was a great regular season player. He was great in the postseason. The Broncos never had a running game. They got Terrell Davis. They want a couple of Super Bowls. That's not a coincidence. Yeah, pulling Just stay with me on this milk. Could you compare Julian Edelman's career at all? To Eli Manning's career? Eli Manning? You made a couple Pro Bowls, but he never led the league in any statistical category. Except for interceptions. He didn't leave him throwing yardage touchdowns thrown. He led the league in interceptions, thrown three times. No, but he's got two rings. And those two rings. Got him in the Hall of Fame. Gentleman was a very good regular season player. Good, you know, like he had 90 catches 800 catches a bunch of times. They're very similar. No Eli Manning's regular season careers. He's not sniffing the Hall of Fame, not even close. He might because he was a compiler, just like Philip Rivers. Yeah. Keep he did have over 300 touchdown passes. You don't mean club. I got one. How about the New York Yankees? Bernie Williams? I don't think he's Hall of fame, but he's like second all time and career postseason religion. Okay, legend. Yeah, You know him in New York and Jorge Posada, not a Hall of Famer, but a legend for the Yankees. Careful going old time. Lynn Swan is in the Hall of Fame. Len Swan made a couple pro bowls. You can't compare him now not lets one. Julian Edelman know they're in both known for the postseason heroics, but Swanny played at a time when you might have 350 receptions. He played on a great offense with Bradshaw with Franco the offensive line, John Stallworth. It just it was a different era. And now I I understand people are gonna you can't It's hard to argue General ation, you know, from one generation to another. Because it was just different back then, you know, Bob, Greasy is not a hall of Famer. In today's game with today's stats, But back then he was Bart Starr is not a Hall of Famer. He was the quarterback for great teams, but his numbers weren't great. It's just different, and I think that It's not the best way to argue because we do want to compare generations, but Julian Ataman is a legend. Yes, Po. I have a quick settlement. Bet I will take a pie to the face. If Julian Edelman doesn't try to play for their eye, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers What is try me. He gets a physical And tries to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. Does anybody want to take Paulie up on pint of the face? Julian Edelman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Back row Make 11 No. Francine. So they agree with me. I kind of think Polly could be onto something like I wouldn't bet against this happening. Patriot apologists eating O'Connor. Man, that sure it does sound. You know, he did too big of a retirement if he was just cut and sat out, you know, maybe Gronkowski waited six months, but Rob Gronkowski could still play. He just chose not to. Drunk just lost a lot of weight. But he wasn't hurt at all. We could find a few doctors who could make things worse. Wow, he has in the past are part of the problem. Yes, week at home is actually good Last year does that factor in without element that he got busted for P e DS? Why would it matter for him and not everybody else? Well, how many players have been busted for P E DS and got into the whole effect? Is Rodney Harrison's not in the Hall of Fame and Rodney Harrison's farm or of a Hall of Famer than Julian.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:01 min | 2 d ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on WTVN

"That's the letter I cleanse dot com. I care so I cleanse, do you This is our Ohio Weekly. Welcome back. I'm Ty Higgins. Today's story brings us to a growth poor farm that is home to a growing goat yoga operation amongst other things, But more than that Harrison Farm is all about planting seeds of perseverance that will sprout when the time comes. Here's this week's to the beat of agriculture. My name is Kathryn Harrison and I live in southeastern Franklin County about 30 minutes outside of downtown on this I am a sheep, goat and chicken farmer. It is truly the place that has given me the greatest sympathies and the greatest sense of meaning in my life. In the Times of joy. I have often found them because of the work that I do. And when I have struggled with challenges in my life This farm has given me purpose and the animals have allowed me to understand what value my own life has in the circle of life. History gives a So much contacts in perspective. For me personally, my own family history has allowed me to carry on and push the beer. I was raised with help from my grandparent's to whom I was very closed. My grandfather was absolutely my hero, and he valued our family history. Strongly. I was fortunate that I came into the world at a point in his life where he was able to slow down a bit more on form. And so he truly imbued into me so much love, care and education. Much like Pygmalion shaping his Galati. Uh, my grandfather truly wanted to you Give me everything he could. And along with that It was so important to him that I understood our family history and how I got to this point and why we were on this land. If I traced back in my family history from my ancestor who came to Virginia in 16 31. I am actually the 13th generation of my family. The farm here in America. That brings me ah lot of perspective that through the challenges that every generation has faced, we have persevered and no matter how much of a struggle I may think I am facing on any given day. Someone in my family has faced so much more. My great grandfather was an amazing man. I did not have the pleasure of knowing him. But through the stories of my mother and my grandfather, he very much came to life for me. He had a severe handicap in that one of his leg was about six inches shorter than the other. So he walked around on a welded metal lift that was on his boot. I still have one of those that was kept in the family over the years, and it is incredibly heavy. So a time when I am thinking I want to complain about the farm work that I do. I reflect on the fact that my great grandfather worked this very same farm. Dear Chrissy except his idea, and he did it all with £15 weight on the leg but six inches shorter than the others. In the early 19 hundreds, My great grand parents. Farmhouse that they lived in prior to moving to this farm caught on fire. My great grandmother was the only person at home when this happened. She was able to save two things from the fire.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm telling you, this is this is the wave of the future people. You be you really need to think about it. All right. A right before the break. We were talking about Jack fruit, right? Well, there was a guy I had a picture of the guy Warsame office next to me put a picture up basically mangoes of Amang goes hanging off a tree with numbers on it and said, when you're really serious about mangoes, you know, basically, because people see that mangoes they come over and get them. So this guy, you know, the it was a funny little thing I walked by he goes because. Yeah. Because I had a girlfriend that her father grew Jack fruit over in Pinellas park. And I'm like going where was that? Yeah. And you know, he told me it was basically south of the Pinellas square mall there. And I mean, I, I don't know exactly which place, it was, but he said he was growing thirty forty fifty pound, you know, Jackson, and he wouldn't share it with anybody because he could get good money for it. I mean thirty pounds Jack for it. You can get one hundred bucks for so, you know, you, you may be in the Jack fruit business, you know as long as we don't go through a big major freeze. Yeah. I mean, and we've saw Jack fruit for two people in Saint Petersburg, especially around the sunken gardens area that, that seemed to be doing okay. With Jack I there's new varieties of Jack fruit in that. I remember I've grown Jack fruit in the past and some of the older varieties. And they did not do very well here at all. They're, they're like the atom OI zero. Yeah, they just. Right. And right. I'm sorry. But cold weather got him. You know, all right. So many chair Moya's Adamo is, and different things that. Anyway, say what Jack food. But the newer improved varieties, men, they produce earlier, they produce early two three hours or producing already and as the tree growth the weirdest looking fruit you've ever seen coming off the hangs it comes off the branch off the branch and trunk and the truck, right? Yeah. Yeah. Well, I, I would try to I would probably get into some pruning of those I wouldn't let it grow over your house. There's a gentleman by the name of Jean Joyner who was a cooperative extension agent, down in, I think it was Palm Beach county's actually got a couple of acres there that are currently just a tropical fruit paradise. Wow. And somebody said he had one hundred pound Jack fruits sitting over his roof and was wanting somebody to come help them. Move it. I mean, if that thing, let go one hundred pounds and draw like twenty or thirty feet on your roof. I think it's I think you're going to need new roof. I can imagine because, you know, some of you know, what Norfolk Island, pines and do you know about the, the other one, the other one's a sharp edges Briquet? It's a it's a Norfolk Island, pine. But it's sharp leaves on it, and I'm not familiar with that was just another cultivar of, and they produce these massive seed Popeye, okay and sixty feet up in the area. Oh my gosh. Those little right through your roof. Oh, yeah. No doubt they've killed people. You know that too. Absolutely massive things. You need to be prepared the same as a mango tree. I guess it's a sixty foot tree and mangle fall. Absolutely got problems. Okay. So you can't get the trees to grow that, that high anymore, and you need to take those trees down, and these keep them respectful. Right. So that this does not happen. But one hundred pound they go to, you know, they're, they're they can get to be hit. Do you need a bucket truck for that? Oh, yeah. I would think so. Yeah. So, and if it's ripe, oh, my gosh. I mean even a bucket truck, you got to be a strong purse are getting underneath the thing too. So it doesn't actually. Yeah, I mean he just lifting it's gotta be a God. Oh my gosh. You know, handling those is that the funnest thing either. Yeah. You, you should go, whether spikey, but you should go online and watch people prep them. Because like you said earlier, they got the latex on them get out the, you know, the oven oven, spray, Pam spray that, and spray, the utensils that they're using the make sure they got gloves on and the whole nine yards. But. And yet, the actual fruit inside is, is, is delicious. It really is. And I believe in. The, the seeds are edible, too. I think you can cook them, and they taste like chicken or somebody told me. Yeah or you can cook the flash. I mean, there's apparently, it's a multi, you can eat it fresh or you can eat a cooked and apparently, it's really good cook too. Well. Well, I don't know how that first person that actually took one of them figure that out. Yeah. And figure that out, then the went ahead and did it all right? We got a couple of minutes left to the segment. Could you? We were talking about is there one more show that we want to more on. I think he did you as on? Yes. And that's Sunday Eriksson farms has married. That's right Harrison farms. It's a Sunday, only show has July twenty first ten till four pm. Right. And it's it's in canal point, which if for people that aren't familiar with the towns in Florida canal point is on the east side of lake Okeechobee. They actually have a grove there. They sell quite a few varieties of Bangoura's the grove tour. Around in a car, and they'll, they'll have threes, take you through the grove and talk about the different trees and different varieties, and some research programs that have taken place there. They'll sell trees, and they'll sell fruit, right out of there, packing house. So it is fantastic in it'd be a great day trip if you wanna go down and take in lake Okeechobee, but it's, it's, it's their own farm. Sale there to other foods and drinks, a ten different varieties. While supplies last. Right. So they don't have the huge variety that some of the other, we've talked about have, but they do have quite a few quite a few. I mean, ten tens of light tends a lot. Yeah. So at least that gives people an opportunity to do something then. Yeah, absolutely. And I think there's one more Mark and it's and south beach. They have a mango festival. It's relatively new. I've never been to that one. But my understanding they got cooking demonstrations and some mangoes tasting also. I think it's the week afterwards. So July is like Domingo month. We'll have to look that one up dot during during our break or something. Yes up. So, but lots of things for mangoes. Everybody know mangoes are summer summer is mango festival in Florida. Yeah. Hey, thank goodness, we are in Florida. Oh, actually actually grow all of these things. Okay. I gotta take a quick break. Of course, you are listening.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Renders verdict based upon that. And I'm telling you Gary Jeff Walker. That is how you get people to you know, they can't escape the truth and the facts in politics C, you heard any of those staple explain that statement. No. And I and hopefully rational voters see that. And they're like, are you freaking kidding me? Of course, only half the country rational voters and voters erectile. That's where we live tell you where we live. We live in a place where the coffee chain. Starbucks is now installing needle disposal boxes in bathrooms and explorer exploring other solutions to workers concerns regarding improperly discarded syringes and the related health risks. We have such a problem with intravenous drugs in this country primary primarily heroin and the more even more dangerous sentinel, which by the way is coming over in droves across our southern border. More than three thirty seven hundred people signed a petition on worker dot org. Calling for Starbucks to place. Needle disposal boxes in high risk bathrooms. So when you when you got this this high high level brand high price brand coffee chain installing needle boxes for syringe disposals in their bathrooms. What does that say about American general? In your name the issue. I did a video about this. On Monday where I put a whole bunch of. She's on my whiteboard. Like, it's one show in. It's amazing. I mean, you just grab the issue prop energy-dependency to gun control. I mean, you name it the issue that you just talked about the immigration the wall. How anybody I mean? It's just and of course, we know the reason why is because they really want destroy America by taking over America with you know. Voting block, but anybody that can take a sanctuary cities. Okay. Open border is okay. Illegal immigration. Okay. Thirteen come in here, and do whatever the hell why? I mean, all the I mean what? People in this country that say that is a good freaking thing. And you've got a cop who's killed by illegal alien illegal immigrant and the lap. Nothing. It is it is insane. And Trump is the guy who agrees with our position on all those issues. He's the bad guy. I it's disheartening. I mean, they make your head explodes. Yeah. No doubt. A good buddy of mine says that sometimes he sees this American culture continued to de evolve. The regressive continue to take more and more control and get more and more of a mouthpiece and platform. He says he says he wishes sometimes and he's he's over-sixties not ready to croak yet. But he says sometimes he's a good old Harrison farm, boy, sometimes I pray for an EMP because the liberals will be dead in about three weeks, and the people know how to take care of themselves will be fine. And we'll just pick up and start all over again. I I can tell you right now that. Of our culture from top to bottom. An example, like this like the corporate culture. I I did a video about this yesterday too. How do you tip toe around and the world of Silicon Valley are big corporate America, and you can't say or be involved anything or you're racist. You're inside day. You're LBJ not your misogynist on and on and on and this angry freaking crazy left people there militant they're anarchists. They're too. I mean, it's off the freaking charts. And these politicians now Patterson, but you look at how congress just changed you look at who we elected to congress, and I'm telling you were handed off a freaking cliff Rasheeda. I didn't think a white male whenever the elected president again. And then what Trump ran the only guy that will be able to do it. Because XYZ only into that. Can you might be the last guy, and let's face the white man, America's the bad guy. Right. But, but it is it is crazy, and you look at okay who rise or culture look at music industry. Where are they look at the movie industry, look where they all look at the sporting industry. It's where are you kneeling of the national anthem as an example glimmer of hope because that would be open going way too far in America said, no baby. No, it hit them in the pocket book, and they made that go away by saying, okay? We'll we'll do some things for lack area, and it went away NFL ratings and revenue with back issue. I mean, give me a little bit like. Okay. Kneeling for the national anthem. I okay, that's too far. But we're we're all these other lines drawn, Gary, Jeff, I mean, it's unbelievable. I it is. On freaking believable where we are country. I tell you. My dad and learn how to take care of myself, and my family and say, screw it. Got Gary Jeff Walker. There is going to be major civil unrest. There's gonna be a major internal economic catastrophe. Gary is two thousand nine wasn't enough to make them all wake up. I mean, some of these proposals. You're hearing coming out of New York, the mayor of New York. I tell you. The governor of California Gavin Newsom proposal, it's like well who's paying for that? They're already bankrupt. And it's like. All right. Hang hang on bulldog. We'll be.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on Planet Money

"This message comes from NPR sponsor State Street. Global advisors who has teamed up with Elizabeth banks to create a series of podcasts in films that uncovered the bold moves mid cap companies make to thrive and survive. Each episode goes deep into the ideas that are crazy enough to work, which is the name of the series. You can download the podcast now or just search for crazy enough to work to watch the films provided by State Street global advisors funds distributors, LLC. Hey, this is stretch Armstrong at the spot to go see the hosts of what's good. We're back with a brand new season. We've got every about do Lenny, Kravitz black thought and more. You'll hear a b side stories from A-List guests subscribe. Now. There is a step by step method to solving a true food crime. And the very first piece of the puzzle is which food. This is why Lisa resumes vich sat there with Louise's Frazier in her hospital room, going through those food memories. Deliciously shameful food memories. Monday. I took my grandson to the show and I had a great meal that day. I had ice. I had a hotdog with no pizza with him ice cream on my way home. That was my. That was my meal so stays, I mean, talk about bad habits. Mike kinda girl. There were some healthy things too, though a meal at a pa- narrow restaurant, a Fuji, apple chicken salad. My favorite there and Lisa our infection fighter. She's back in her office typing Fuji apple chicken salad into this national early warning system. If microbes are launching a sneak attack, this is how the whole country finds out about it. So she's right there typing all this information in and then the fax machine comes to life. Again, another case of e. coli in her hospital, Lisa does the same thing runs to the patient calendar survey. And whoa, this patient also ate a salad at Paneira at Lisa thinks I gotta let the big bosses at the county health department know about this. So she calls Kathy JAGER whose job is to stay calm in times like this. So she called me saying there's something suspicious going on. I have two cases because I at the same time and Kathy's thinking, oh interesting. I'll keep an eye on that. And then she gets another call this time from the state. And they tell her to more people in the next county over of also just tested positive for e-coli. I was shocked. Surprised in my Drennan was flowing. And now Kathy has to find out what they aid because if they ate at a Panara that's more than a coincidence that's a pass. Pattern. So she calls and she gets through to one of the patients. Her husband was at the bedside, and the wife would answer the questions through him and he wouldn't answer my question. There they go through all her meals. And Yep, this patient also eight a salad from Pinera, but they all eight at different paneira's. And this is important because if it was the same restaurant, chances are the problem is at the restaurant. Maybe someone wasn't washing their hands, right? But the fact that people are getting sick from food at different paneira's means this is bigger. This goes up the food chain. All these sick people had different salads. So investigators start looking at the ingredients in these salads. Is it the tomatoes is at the carrots? Is it the hearts of palm? They all had one thing in common lettuce. Well, sure, because it's a salad, but specifically it was Romain lettuce, but then people all over the country start getting sick. Dozens are Haas. Penalized people who never ate at a Panara. One guy picked up a Caesar salad at a Costco in Idaho. So at this point it becomes clear. Panara is not the problem. It's the romaine five people died. And now the feds are involved. The nation's top cop on the food infection beat. He is on the case, every moment is of the essence. This is Steve Ostrow from the food and Drug administration before he was in the FDA. He was an assistant surgeon general, a Rear Admiral people saluted him, and he's like, okay, so we know it's the romaine, but which romaine from what farm exactly who is growing this contaminated lettuce and the more we can narrow in on this thing, the better if we can find the store that selling the farm, it came from the exact field. We can shut it down order a recall, save lives. Steve senses investigators to restaurants and grow. Grocery stores where sick people bought their lettuce, we say, show is your records as to the romaine lettuce that you were serving or that you had sitting on the grocery store shelf on that day. And it is so hard to track a leaf of lettuce back to where it came from restaurants are telling Steve's little army. We got this remained from a bunch of different processors and processes are like, we got it from a bunch of different farms and chopped it all up together. The investigators are getting nowhere, and that gets very frustrating. The only thing they know is the most basic fact of lettuce, geography, pretty much all the lettuce in the US comes from just two places. There's Yuma, Arizona, and the Salinas valley in California. They sort of take turns Yuma grows in the fall and winter, the Salinas valley takes over in the spring and summer given the timing. This contaminated lettuce must have come from Yuma. So the government pulls out their biggest bluntest tool. They tell the whole country any Rome. Main lettuce from Yuma could kill you. And I remember this very distinctly. I was texting my mom and my sisters like nobody by Romain. It is killing people. You were actually part of a big problem in the country. The government was saying, don't buy Romain from Yuma, Arizona. What everybody heard was just don't buy Romain. Yeah, that's what I heard. Even Lisa the infection fighter who got this whole thing rolling. She had to menacing heads of romaine, lettuce, inter fridge. I'm looking at them and I thought, well, how do I know if the this is packaged in the Yuma reach? I didn't go to Zona and buy it from there. I bought it from a supermarket around here. And at that time I had been in the supermarket and they were just directed any Romain lettuce to pull off the shelves. So everyone is just dumping all their romaine in the trash. But here is the weird thing about this by the time people reacted to that warning. Most of the lead. This wasn't even coming from Arizona anymore. It was coming from California. So it was farmers in California took the hit. Nobody wanted to buy their Romain lettuce either. So California farmers had no other choice. They had to destroy their beautiful healthy romaine. They ran over it with these big machines that chopped up all these heads of lettuce and plowed them into the dirt. They had to bury their perfectly healthy, lettuce and Dan, the sounds so sad to me, so it's good fertilizer, it'll grow back next year. Dan, it's so hard to be a farmer is not just public health officials who are looking into this. There's a guy in Seattle a lawyer. He's watching this very carefully. In fact, he's got his own investigation underway. His name is Bill Maher. You know, I have a morbid curiosity to these things because I've been doing this for so long. If you get sick from food and you want the food companies to pay Bill is the guy you call. He sues food comes. For a living and he's serious. The last time salad was making a lot of people sick Bill Maher got on a plane to California looking for info on how it started. I camped out in celinas and San Juan Bautista for a week, hanging out in bars. Trying to find where the investigators were Bill is now representing Louise Louise, who is having fluids pumped into her kidneys, and he's also representing about one hundred other people who got sick during this romaine, e coli outbreak. He's obsessively following every news story related to this thing, and he comes across one that seems like a really big break. It came from a prison. That's right. A prison break. Eight men in a prison in Nome, Alaska of all places got sick from e coli, and because they were locked up investigators knew exactly what they eaten. And indeed Romain lettuce was on the prison menu, but it wasn't chopped up salad mix. This time, it was whole heads of lettuce with the name of the farm printed right on the bag. The plastic bag on the whole head remained said Harrison farm. So it was it was a pretty good little piece of evidence and when Bill, here's this, he thinks this is it. We've got the culprit this one farm, and in fact everybody wants the contamination to lead back to just one farm. This is the best case scenario for consumers for the FDA even for the farmers except for the farmer whose name is printed on the bag. Ultimately, there can be one person to blame and therefore you're blameless. You at least can avoid. You know, direct responsibility, but here's the problem Louise did not eat lettuce grown on the same farm as the prisoners. It wasn't one trail of contaminated lettuce. There were lots of trails leading to a bunch of different farms in Yuma miles apart. So something else happened in these fields, something mysterious. After

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"harrison farms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And prevention says the current e coli outbreak from romain lettuce and arizona is the largest food poisoning outbreak in at least ten years this week officials announced the first death in the outbreak a lot of people are concerned because it's our largest multistate outbreak w coli infections in over a decade on so i think people are worried know romi lettuce is really everywhere you see it in a lot of salads at restaurants and in grocery stores and different salads and salad mixes and so we are getting a lot of comments on our social media and a lot of questions being called into cdc which is great that people are getting our message but you know we just really wanted to let people know that we're you know we're working hard on it we're working with states in an fda but just you know we still recommend that unless you can confirm where your lettuce is that your romain lettuce is not from yuma arizona don't eat it and don't buy we've had one hundred twenty one i mean coli infections reported from twentyfive states and there's been about fifty percent of ill people hospitalized we've had fourteen that have developed the type of kidney failure and there has been one death reported from california luckily the shelf life of romaine lettuce is only about you know three weeks or so and so because of the short shelf life where we're hoping that a lot of the lettuce is not going to be on the shelves too much longer and that we'll start to see illnesses start to taper off unfortunately we are still getting reports of sick people coming into cdc last week to cdc traced illnesses to one specific producer harrison farms and the humor region but that farms growing season had already ended so it's making it a little bit more difficult for investigators officials are still looking into if other farms distributors or sources of contamination or involved a federal grand jury in detroit has indicted former volkswagen ceo martin winterkorn on charges stemming from the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal in a plot that prosecutors allege reached the top of the world's largest automaker the.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of the centers for disease control and prevention says the current ecoli outbreak from romain lettuce and zona is the largest food poisoning outbreak in at least ten years this week officials announced the first death in the outbreak you know a lot of people are concerned because it's a it's our largest multistate outbreak of e coli infections in over a decade on so i think people are worried you know romi lettuce has really everywhere you see it in a lot of salads at restaurants and in grocery stores in different salads the salad mixes and so we are getting a lot of comments on our social media and a lot of questions being called into cdc you know which is great that people are getting our message but you know we just really wanted let people know that we're you know we're working hard on it we're working with states in an fda but just you know we still recommend that unless you can confirm where your lettuce is your romain lettuce is not from yuma arizona don't eat it and don't buy it we've had a one hundred and twentyone coli infections reported from twentyfive states and there's been about fifty percent of ill people hospitalized we've had fourteen that have developed a type of kidney failure and there has been one death reported from california luckily the shelf life of let romaine lettuce is only about three weeks or so and so because of the short shelflife we're we're hoping that allow the lettuce is not going to be on the shelves too much longer in that you know we're we'll start to see illnesses start to taper off but unfortunately we are still getting reports of sick people you know coming into cdc last week the cdc traced illnesses to one specific producer harrison farms in the yuma read that farms growing season had already ended so it's making it a little bit more difficult for investigators officials are still looking into if other farms distributors or sources of contamination are involved a federal grand jury in detroit has indicted former volkswagen ceo martin winterkorn on charges stemming from the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal in a plot that prosecutors allege reached the top of the world's largest automaker the.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And there were no immediate reports of injuries the centers for disease control and prevention says the e coli outbreak from romain lettuce and arizona is now the largest food poisoning outbreak in at least ten years this week officials announced the first death in the outbreak you know a lot of people are concerned it's our largest multi state outbreak of e coli infections in over a decade on so i think people are worried in romain lettuce has really everywhere you see it in a lot of salads at restaurants and in grocery stores in different salads and salad mixes and so we are getting a lot of comments on our social media and a lot of questions being called into cdc which is great that people are getting our message but you know we just really wanted let people know that we're you know we're working hard on it we're working with states and fda but just still recommend that unless you can confirm where your lettuce is that your romain lettuce is not from yuma arizona you don't need it and don't buy it we've had one hundred and twentyone i'm ecoli infections reported from twentyfive states and there's been about fifty percent of ill people hospitalized we've had fourteen that have developed the type of kidney failure and there has been one death reported from california luckily the shelf life of romaine lettuce is only about three weeks or so and so because of this short shelf life where we're hoping that a lot of the lettuce is not going to be on the shelves too much longer and that we'll start to see illnesses start to taper off unfortunately we are still getting reports of sick people coming into cdc yeah last week the cdc traced illnesses to one specific producer harrison farms in yuma arizona region but that farms growing season had already ended officials are still investigating if other farms distributors or sources are involved northern california detectives still trying.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Help evacuations and provide security to more than seven hundred structures left empty and there were no immediate reports of injuries the centers for disease control and prevention says the e coli outbreak from romain lettuce and arizona is now the largest food poisoning outbreak in at least ten years this week officials announced the first death in the outbreak you know a lot of people are concerned it's our largest multi state outbreak of e coli infections in over a decade on so i think people are worried you know romain lettuce has really everywhere you see in a lot of salads at restaurants and in grocery stores in different salads and salad mixes and so we are getting a lot of comments on our social media and a lot of questions being called into cdc which is great that people are are getting our message but you know we just really wanted to let people know that we're you know we're working hard on it we're working with states in an fda but just you know we still recommend that unless you can confirm where your lettuce is that your romain lettuce is not from yuma arizona don't eat it and don't buy it we've had one hundred twenty one coli infections reported from twentyfive states and there's been about fifty percent of ill people hospitalized we've had fourteen that have developed the type of kidney failure and there has been one death reported from california luckily the shelf life of let romaine lettuce is only about three weeks or so and so because of the short shelf life where we're hoping that a lot of the lettuce is not going to be on the shelves too much longer than that we'll see start to see illnesses start to taper off but unfortunately we are still getting reports of sick people you know coming into cdc yeah last week the cdc traced illnesses to one specific producer harrison farms in yuma arizona region but at farms growing season had already ended officials are still investigating of other farms distributors or sources are involved northern california detectives still trying.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Right the where's the guy that says here i can settle this i don't know if we all agree that it's wrong but i thought it seemed wrong and they got arrested but i still would have been nice to have the the follow up of the guy that they were going to meet with a rounded out the what if it's a great deal we'd all like to get in on is that some of the great deals we advertise here on the station we're we've got a ton of them yep two teenagers are in critical condition after being shot and businesses added two hundred four thousand workers in april news next but first the weather channel forecast will official yesterday only four off our record we had eighty six yesterday afternoon we're not going to be far from that again today little more cloud cover today chance for some storms coming in for late afternoon tonight when severe weather could dominate the forecast is a slow moving cold front approaches low to mid eighties this afternoon severe storms possible tonight low sixty four some places could see two inch rainfall totals from the weather channel i'm scott lawrimore wls am eight ninety with another update thirty minutes eight eighty six degrees in chicago two teenagers have been seriously injured in separate shootings this afternoon a fifteen year old was struck in the head while on a cpa bus near sixty second in california it is not believed that he was the intended target police are still on the scene a short time later a seventeen year old was standing on the sidewalk in the seventeen hundred block of east seventy first rate when someone in a car started shooting in his direction he suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was taken to a hospital in critical condition no arrests reported one death in california is now tied to an e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in the yuma arizona area usa today says the outbreak has expanded to half of the united states and twenty three more cases have been reported since last friday a total of one hundred twenty one have been reported cvc says illnesses at an alaska prison have been tied to whole head romaine from yuma based harrison farms but the rest of the sicknesses are not linked.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"We stopped in washington township michigan a passenger who sat behind the passenger who was nearly sucked out of a southwest airlines flight when the engine exploded suing the airline and engine manufacturer claiming she's been suffering from post traumatic stress disorder that passenger that was stuck in the window eventually died at the hospital an e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce sickening more people the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce investigators blame the e coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the human growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington the us economy slowed to a moderate two point three percent annual growth rate in the first quarter as consumer spending turned in the weakest performance nearly five years the commerce department is reporting that two point three percent rate followed a two point nine percent rise in the fourth quarter and gains above three percent in the previous two quarters correspondent dennis crowley ads the commerce department says the january to march increase came in better than expected supporting hopes for he solid rebound for the rest of the year two days after his conviction in a sexual assault retrial bill cosby already starting life as an inmate he's confined to his house in suburban philadelphia and.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Federal health officials say ninety eight people in twenty two states have been sickened in an e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce from arizona and the particular strain of e coli is causing a higher than usual hospitalization rate may spring hawk rob net of member station k w reports authorities are still trying to determine what caused the outbreak harrison farms in yuma has been identified as the source of the whole head lettuce that caused illnesses in alaska but the federal drug administration says that farm is not the only source of the outbreak julie weiss with the department of health services says the fda's working with each state impacted to trace the rest of the contaminated lettuce it goes through distribution centers and repacking centers the has a difficult job sometimes trying to trace back all of that information ill people range in age from one to eighty eight years old ten individuals have experienced kidney failure three of those were children for npr news i'm may aspirin hawk rob net in yuma this is n p apr adult film star stormy daniels civil lawsuit against president trump and his personal lawyer michael cohen is on hold a federal judge in california is delaying it for three months while cohen is under criminal investigation in new york a terminally ill british toddler at the center of a legal dispute has died the case has drawn international attention as larry miller reports from london twenty three month old alfie evans had a rare degenerative brain disease that left him in a semi vegetative state without brain function doctor said further medical care was not only futile it was unkind and inhumane however is parents fought to keep him on life support under british law when parents and doctors disagreed on the treatment of a child it's left a courts to represent the child's interests the issue of prolonging alfie life drew international support the pope appealed for the boy to be moved to a vatican linked hospital and italy grant.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At least four palestinians were killed in protests along the gaza israel border today palestinians are blaming israeli troops for their deaths npr's daniel estrin reports israel is all also accused of killing more than forty palestinians and wounding some seventeen hundred others during weeks of violent protests the israeli military says at least twelve thousand palestinians demonstrated palestinians say they're protesting for the right to return to land lost to israel israeli officials say the militant group hamas is encouraging violence at the border israeli army spokesman jonathan can rica's said nonviolent crowds stayed far away from the border but a group of at least five hundred approached the fence and an army video appeared to show several trying to set it on fire he said troops killed two people in that group rights groups have accused israel of using excessive force and this week the un called on israel to show restraint daniel estrin npr news jerusalem federal health officials say they still can't determine the cause of an coli outbreaks linked to contaminated lettuce from arizona may spring hog rodney of member station k a w c reports nearly one hundred people in twenty two states have been sickened fifty three percent of those affected have been hospitalized the typical equal coli hospitalization rate is about thirty percent harrison farms in yuma has been identified as the source of the whole head lettuce that caused illnesses in alaska but the federal drug administration says that farm is not the only source of the outbreak julie weiss with the department of health services says the fda's working with each state impacted to trace the rest of the contaminated lettuce because it can go to the northeast it goes to a restaurant a kosher grocery store it goes through distribution center repacking centers the has a difficult job sometimes trying to trace back all of that information ill people range in age from one to eighty eight years old ten individuals have experienced kidney failure three of those were children for npr news i may aspirin hawk rob net in yuma you're listening to npr news in washington good morning from k q e news i'm tiffany cam high the former police officer accused of being the golden state killer appeared in court for arraignment yesterday seventy two year old suspect joseph james diangelo was charged with eight counts of murder in the sacramento county superior court he did not enter a plea on two of those counts law enforcement officials used an ancestry service.

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Joshua's Trail

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Britain ‘considering rival’ to EU Galileo satellite project

"Committee says it found no evidence that the trump campaign colluded with russia in the two thousand sixteen presidential race which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing it's a witch hunt the president was eager to embrace the panel's conclusions it was totally conclusive strong powerful and he suggested examining the clinton campaign's role in russian meddling so maybe somebody ought to look at that democrats don't agree with the committee's finding arguing that not enough evidence was gathered greg clugston the white house the parents of a terminally ill british toddler who's case to attention for pope francis and others around the world say they are heartbroken their saunas died kate james and tom evans said on facebook that twenty three month old alfie evans who had an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment passed away this morning it ecoli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is sick and more people in more states the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce invest gators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington a slow day on wall street to end the week on friday with the dow down eleven the nasdaq was up one point more from townhall dot com you know you can get tremendous pain relief benefits with relieffactor without any of the negative side effects.

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Source of tainted lettuce still mystery as Pa. leads biggest E. coli outbreak since 2006

On The Media

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Source of tainted lettuce still mystery as Pa. leads biggest E. coli outbreak since 2006

"It was a big blow it showed how the saudi led coalition can now breach the who these tight security and hit its leaders in a further demonstration of this because and bombed what it said was a high level who meeting insana hours before the funeral the rebels have since fired more missiles into saudi arabia the bbc's sebastian usher at least four palestinians were killed in protests along the gaza israel border today npr's daniel estrin reports palestinians are blaming israeli troops for their deaths the israeli military says at least twelve thousand palestinians demonstrated palestinian say they're protesting for the right to return to land lost to israel israeli officials say the militant group hamas is encouraging violence at the border israeli army spokesman jonathan can rica's said nonviolent crowds stayed far away from the border but a group of at least five hundred approached the fence in an army video appeared to show several trying to set it on fire he said troops killed two people in that group rights groups have accused israel of using excessive force and this week the un called on israel to show restraint daniel estrin npr news jerusalem federal health officials say they still can't determine the cause of an e coli outbreaks linked to contaminated lettuce from arizona may have spring hawk rob net of member station k wc reports nearly one hundred people in twenty two states have been sickened fifty three percent of those affected have been hospitalized the typical e coli hospitalization rate is about thirty percent harrison farms has been identified as the source of the whole head lettuce that caused illnesses in alaska but the federal drug administration says that farm is not the only source of the outbreak julie weiss with the arizona department of health services says the fda is working with each state impacted to trace the rest of the contaminated lettuce because it can go to the north as it goes to a restaurant i go to a grocery store it goes through distribution centers and repacking center the has a difficult sometimes trying to trace back all of that information range in age from one to eighty eight years old ten individuals have experienced kidney failure three of those were children for npr news i'm may aspirin hawk rob net in yuma this is npr ford says it will stop producing taurus cars affected next year the detroit automaker is blaming the.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Know how general states pricing sales price does not include applicable state and local taxes or recycling fee next report six twenty three wbz's traffic on the threes wbz news time six fourteen and now we check the four day wbz accuweather forecast with accuweather meteorologist steve travis after some morning fog we'll see a partly sunny sky today it'll be warmer than yesterday with a high of sixty six mainly cloudy tonight a shower late low near fifty a much cooler day tomorrow with clouds and some sunny breaks along with a shower or two high fifty seven still pretty chilly on monday with clouds into shower around high fifty two starting to turn warmer on tuesday with clouds and some sun shower in the afternoon high sixty three much warmer wednesday and thursday i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty them sunshine is trying very hard to poke through the mo mostly cloudy sky it's currently fifty degrees here in boston in other news more people are now getting sick from lettuce the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce investigators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of romaine lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington thousands are gathering.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Complaint filed april twenty twenty eighteen alleged two counts of murder and a special circumstance that's the use of a firearm family members of the young couple who were killed forty years ago set quietly in the front row deangelis voice was raspy and barely audible it took several seconds for him to respond to the judge's questions the sacramento district attorney's office says no decision has been made where the murder cases will be tried but it would make sense to try them all in the same county the angelo is a suspect in at least twelve murders in about fifty rapes for npr news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento federal health officials say nearly one hundred people in twenty to stay tim now been sick and my e coli outbreaks linked to contaminated lettuce from arizona may spring honk romney of member station k a wc reports that this strain of bacteria has had a higher than usual hospitalization rate fiftythree percent of those affected have been hospitalized the typical equal i hospitalization rate is about thirty percent harrison farms in yuma has been identify guide as the source of the whole head lettuce that caused illnesses in alaska but the federal drug administration says that farm is not the only source of the outbreak julie weiss with the department of health services says the fda is working with each state impacted to trace the rest of the contaminated lettuce because it can go to the north as it goes to a restaurant it goes to a grocery store it goes through distribution centers and repacking centers the has a difficult job sometimes trying to trace back all of that information it's spring home rob net in yuma arizona this is npr news.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Menace. Dream Monkouo's assessment zoos identified the Tea believe George Harrison had apparently encouraged his ex Pawn to steal eighty thousand pounds from a drug dealer. Michael, it be listening to go my mind set on you George Harrison sown which contains the lyrics is gonna take money. We have the firm belief. The George Harrison was an eye Lien. The Beatles will which is flying on broomsticks from help the lead up to the attack. The psychiatrist explain the monk was condition had been escalating. The court had been told in a statement budget which Harrison that she shouted Harry Krishna, Harry Krishna upon hearing this Mike labor believed that George was Cussing in the devil's Tung who had explained to Dr Filip Joseph the DIW George Harrison a talk normally to him at this point he would not have gone through with the attack. The doctor told the court, The Michael attacked George Harrison to Mikey too. Who will stop after the attack, Michael, April regretted his actions despite a significant amount of remorse when he was being assessed by Szott Koch wrist, even wanted to write a letter to the Harrison family to apologize. The cool also heard from another psychiatrist Dr. Jenny McCarthy psychiatrist believed, the Marco suffered from mental health issues, especially schizophrenia, which docked as it failed to diagnose So went untreated for a number of years. She explained to the cool. The Michael could be rehabilitated, shouldn't be put to wine a mental health facility indefinitely. He had responded well to treatment was not naturally aggressive person. After Ruby evidence was presented, the jury took just over one hour to return of verdict. He stood in the dock, Michael laborer was nervous in pile was the verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity was read aloud describing the incident as a horrifying attack. The judge, Mr Justice, Astill ordered the Mark will be sent to a secure mental health facility without restriction of time. outside the courtroom, Danny Harrison spoke to the press on behalf of his parents. I truly grateful for the tremendous support he received from friends and from the very many Members of the public who retired know personally. But who thought of us And sense, good wishes, Alexis rules at grateful to police, the ambulance hospital services, that question on the noise. Michael Abrams mother, Linda Rousseau so spoke to the BBC the night The Harrison's would be able to forgive Marco for his actions. He said It was a very a man last year under normal circumstances. He would never do anything like this is a lovely lad. Linda riper was certain the Tusani had been let down by doctors over the loss knowing years. An inquiry was commissioned by Saint Helens Knowsley helpful thority to understand the failures to diagnose and treat Michael schizophrenia before he attempted to kill George Harrison in a section of the report, a doctor described an appointment he had with Michael in February 1999 Michael was anxious and angry because despite his pleas for assistance, one believed he had mental health issues. Six months later, his mother Linda contacted the GP to express concern about his ever more Rattig behavior. But again, no action was taken. Monkouo's mother had been vocal in the press about a frustrations Spike about us sons condition prior to the attack. The Stacy was all Marsha all no help whatsoever from any long. I mean, often described my colossal. She was demented, He was literally demented. I used to cry for them. I had terrible to watch chief executive of the authority on to ram admitted. There were failings in the treatment offered to Moi The lessons had been learned. We wish in public to say, clearly, we also ry. He said, Jeff Roberts, chairman of the inquiry panel stressed, considerable improvements had been made since the inquiry. He said, I am satisfied with the building bricks, and now in place to ensure that the problems encountered in the care and treatment of Michael Abram are unlikely to occur in future. Think I can confidently side that lessons have been learned. The chairman added that his no contact was made with Mike lowers family. He found it to be an extraordinary fighter of consideration by public service. Most the apology was accepted by Linda ripe. She was disappointed in the findings, so she believed those were. Sponsored by for Monaco's lack of treatment should have been identified the named in the report. She stated if that listen to made diagnose Michaels illness. He would have been sectioned and could never of attacked anyone. A son responded to the apology from the Scott clinic in Merseyside way he was being treated. He also believed that those individuals responsible should have been identified. Bless, they'll put on the spot. How can we be sure they won't make the same mistakes again, he said on four. On Thursday, July four two thousand into it was reported that you tribunal ruled Mike responded well to treatment, and he was fit to be released from the scope clinic in Ryan Hill. He saw it. He was released on conditional discharge, OB living in a structured care environment mock publicly apologized for the attack. He said, If a ton back the clock, Oh, will give anything not to have done what I did. But I've come to realize that always very ill at the time, really not in control. People may find it hard to accept, but with the help of medication Oman, I'm sure can lead to normal life. Just want to be an ordinary black. He added. I can only hide the Harrison farm. They might somehow find it in their hearts to accept my apologies. I'm ashamed of what I did and deeply. Sorry, it happened by onus was may spoil must all the doctors and nurses until I was turned out of a hospital while I was still very Uh-huh. If only the doctors had correctly. Identified, my onus, It could have been avoided. Marco Solicitor Peter Redwood said, the decision to release his client was another step in Marco's rehabilitation. He said, what people have to realize is that this is not the Michael attacked George Harrison. This is the way Monaco George Harrison's family was furious, the mic labor Mcdoom released and felt they were let down by the system for not being nut to fight seena In a statement Livia Harrison said, The we had about this was today after the decision was taken. Now, what had the courtesy to tell us in advance that there had been an application for his discharge, but delighted dice set for hearing We would thus given no pitching whatsoever to have offsite will to review any medical evidence in instructor right next. But we can never forget how brutally Clive say broom came to killing DeGeorge myself nor the trauma inflicted on us on and family. We wish miss the right from no ill, but to be presented with this as a fact off to the event is deeply upsetting and insulting. We feel let down by the system. It remains the case in this country that the victim simply has no force. The vicious attack robbed Georgia the voice. To L'energie needed at that time to maintain his health. Sadly is no longer here, but we know what is reaction would have been to this news. A mixture of anger and dismay After Michael Abrams release, multiple mental health charity step forward and provided explanations to help the public to understand the key steps taken both authorities mind a mental health charity stated that the number of independent experts would have been consulted in careful consideration would have been taken before muggles were lease the charity issued a statement in which they said people can recover from even the most severe mental health problems with the correct treatment and support monkey Labour has now been assessed is ready to return to the community with the right level of continued care, which means suitable accommodation and health services on support. The public shouldn't Ashim the taste reward automatically repeat itself.

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"harrison farms" Discussed on The Document

The Document

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"harrison farms" Discussed on The Document

"Malcolm was thrown in jail and the cotton mill town of monroe population 4000 something in while he was locked up in this was wasn't a coincidence the governor of georgia show this was a guy who had run on a platform of racism there's the scene that's reenacted where the governor at the time eugene talmadge he was actually running for another term of office where he speaks in front of the courthouse horrify crowder folks cr cr so they go in the here a rendition of that speech that he made that really it was filled with a lot of racial simultaneously godless but it was really very over there won't sitting there going participation at all what power merit our traditions this speech whipped up the already frosting inhabitants of monroe and may have sealed the fate of roger malcolm because a few days after talmadge spoke in town a farmer named lloyd harrison showed up at the jail with six hundred dollars to bail malcolm out the deal was that malcolm would work off the debt on harrison's farm which was not an unusual arrangement at the time malcolm sisterinlaw may murray and her husband george worked for harrison and the story was that date asked him to go get malcolm figuring he'd be safer with them in the farm that in jail so harrison bailed him out and late in the afternoon july 25th he drove the two couples out of town but a few minutes later he stopped the car just before morris ford bridge and it's along the same stretch of wooded road where the reenactment caravan unloads its passengers the bridges still there though the old would slats are now concrete concrete is dotted with graffiti the n word phrases in comments about the kkk and so that area you can feel and what it must have felt like in nineteen 46.

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