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Fresh update on "helene" discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Idiots? Well, then, e. Guess one could say that's a crazy, stupid idiot. Helene and Bradley present. C s. I That stands for crazy, Stupid idiots. It sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full I don't know of crazy, Stupid idiots, Dumb people doing dumb things reputedly over and over again, oftentimes in the state of Florida sometimes places We're going to Brazil first feel feel on and we're gonna be the 30 year old woman from Sub Hollow, Brazil she got on a bus in Paraguay this weekend. Headed back to Brazil. And if that bus was going 35 MPH in the direction of Paraguay and the other one, and there's another bus that was going 20. I'm just kidding. I was going to give you an equation. There isn't one. She was just on the bus on Def She was going to see my old to number three Authorities, though, got a tip that perhaps this 30 year old woman. Might be smuggling some drugs. Who and it turned out, she Woz. That in and of itself is just plain crazy. Stupid idiot! That's true. It's just, um But it's how she was doing it that leads us to the crazy stupid idiot portion of our program. How do you think she was smuggling of the drugs? Bradley. Well, I mean, if I were a regular listener, too, this'll program, I would say I would guess that it was in her nature's pocket. That is while a great guests Incorrect. Oh, Okay. Um, she was she had some innovation. She was innovating in her nose holes. Nope. No, but I think that the drugs she was smuggling. We're going to end up in public channels knows whole belly button close in her belly, but not actually in her belly she had found out she had she had hollowed out a watermelon. And while visit with drugs and then stuffed it up her dress to make it look like she was pregnant. But inside the watermelon was not a baby. It was four bricks of cocaine. I'm so confused. How do we get the watermelon in the best? Open it up and you can actually see she didn't swallow it. Bradley didn't swallow. It wasn't on her belly. It wasn't it. It was like I think Beyonce's bomb. Yes, Yes, but it was like that is hilarious. Yes, like wrapped in cellophane. Placed on her belly, so she looked pregnant. Full of cocaine. It looks like it would be drippy. Well, that's the thing is, it probably would smell a little bit sweet, You know, I mean, even though it's wrapped, you make me look like a watermelon watermelon also, I don't think it was like, I don't think it was, um Like a fixed to her body, so she had to, like, Hold it. Which I know like a lot of people walk around, you know, with their hands on their belly all the time. But if she accidentally took her hands off the belly, it appears as though her fake watermelon belly full of cocaine would drop. Yeah, Yeah, exactly like how it was that strapped on right? I don't think itwas So that's the story and I'm sticking to it. Your crazy stupid idiot, Bradley. Well minus actually, like the entire City of San Francisco. Wow, that's aggressive. So And this is not like a traditional like this isn't a criminal. I mean, I guess there are criminals involved. But we never more of a general that there have to be criminals and crazy. Stupid idiots. Here's the headline for you. I'm gonna leave a blank. Blank complaints in San Francisco. Dropped to the lowest level in three years amid pandemic. Okay. So the NBC Bay Area investigative unit because you know they got stuff to do analyzed hundreds of thousands of 311 complaints to understand how the pandemic has impacted San Francisco's apparently notoriously dirty Streets Now I went to San Francisco once for a week, so I am basically an expert. Of course you're on Dat was many years ago like over 10 years ago, so I'm clearly got my finger on the pulse of San Francisco. I don't remember it being particularly dirty. In fact, I marveled at the fact that they had those Toilets that you could just like, walk in off the street, and it would close And then once you left the toilet, which it literally was like this self contained willing, uplevel Pied pooper pod. The minute you left the whole thing of food. The whole thing would wash itself before the next person could go in. That is amazing. And that's revolutionary. I wish we had some of those around here. My God, I would pay $5 to use a clean crapper in the middle of the street. Okay? Maybe not in the middle. Oh, I'm just saying, like downtown, like, if you're like you don't have to find a store and then pretend like you're going to buy something or you actually have to buy something. And then you're like, I just want to use the rest. Like honestly, I mean, I know this is not bathroom chat, but Honestly, like on the trails by the Mississippi? Yeah, when you're running and you got, especially in the same poll side because Minneapolis has yes. Has Gordo's Porto's Saint Paul didn't anyway, I don't know what they have. You have complained about this. They used to run on that side. Not good. Don't even get a story. Get me remember, I said blank complaints in San Francisco, meaning a certain type of complaint have dropped to the lowest level. In three years. Dirty streets. What do you think The complaints are? Littering. That's a good guess. Thank you for guesting, guesting guessing. Thank you for guessing you're welcome. But that is what the kids would say Incorrect. What kind of complaints? Ah, Dirty streets, dirty streets. But I can't imagine what else littering. Mm hmm. Pooing. In the streets. Shmee sees complaints and San Francisco have dropped to the lowest level in three years. So the NBC Bay Area investigative unit analyzed 311 complaint data from April 1st in November 13th and found that Shmee sees complaints were down 24% Colleen There were on Lee 15,656 Shmee sees complaints in the city of San Francisco from April 1st two November 1st Sorry I that owned all that does for me is make me want to call our city officials and ask how many? Yes, there are No totally trash, uh, went up actually 57,707 trash complaints up 12%. Needles for comparison. And living in the city is I do? I can tell you that needle complaints are thing in our city. They dropped 42% just always call When you see one of those fairly people, Dono, I never do. I don't either. Uh, I called once because our neighbors had some animals that were roaming around that shouldn't event But that's about it. Anyway. Shmee sees complaints Who knew like is that dogs me sees It's a good question. It does say the city's grievances about human or animal waste are now at the lowest level in three years. That is, well congratulations to them. That is exciting Team 1000 that's thinking about all the shy sees, and I imagine not all the species gets called in. No, Like I said, just Samos needles, right? Like some of those things you just walk right on by. They did apparently roll up. 15 new pit stop toilets in April. So we don't have that. Can't stop toilets. We just have the porter bodies. I'm telling you what they are. They're not out Now. There are some. I think like that. We have one in our park. It's gone for the season. Yes, some of them. I think. Go away that some of them, I think, stay Don't know how used they are, because that would be a cold experience. God, it would freeze. Yeah. I probably would smell better, though. Right? Well, yeah, you wouldn't smell anything, hopefully until it gets, you know, but I will say they'll be some steam rising off well. Um I would just like to explore the idea of.
Fresh update on "helene" discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Who mistakenly approach Terry thinking that he worked there. Oh, that's cute. That keeps him humble. Yeah, And then somebody tweeted out that Megan and Prince Harry came into my work today and we sold them their Christmas tree That's excite. That would be exciting, though. If you were like I'd be like, Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Oh, my, No. Yeah, Very, very exciting. And Philip Bailey, the lead singer of Earth, Wind and fire says groupies are a thing of the past Grew fees. Groupie. I thought that was like a drug thing. Sorry, Bill Cosby. No. Okay, that goes back to a story we had off the air. You don't need to know the story it had to do with Helene. Anything else you remember it was grew fees, but it was something freeze groupies or anyway, it wasn't really hilarious moment. It was like we were laughing Well, Philip Bailey laughed when he was asked if the band which has been around for 51 years, still head ladies trying to snag a backstage pass. Now, Phillips said. No, that's the thing that comes to my mind is, he said, There's no fool like an old fool. So if you're looking tol some relations with any of the members of Earth, wind and fire, and unfortunately for you, they're not interested. Gonna be wanting to do that. I remembered the story was about bees on the roof, roof bees and you go with that. Is that a Bill Cosby maneuver? That is what I'm sorry, Holly. I'm really sorry. You know what the world of celebrities pretty slow lately, So it's It ain fault. It's painful. Slim pickings today. Yeah, I'm going to tell you about share feeding the world's loneliest elefant. I didn't do in Cambodia so share was seen feeding the elephants named common. And it had been suffering from issues after the loss of his partner who passed away in 2012 and share was critical in the re homing of this elephants. So, yeah, so a nice chair, cares. She sure. Does She sure. Yeah. Thank you. Sure. Thank you Share. That's all the dirt we have this hour. For more. Check out my tug one.
"helene" Discussed on Engage 2 Innovate
"Even I did not is, as you say standing by the water cooler. We found that challenging we couldn't go and visit our clients and you just don't know what's going on in a corridor. You. Just don't find out as much as you used to say. It's learning skills and I guess knowing that I do not a little bit about four site, which is anyone who didn't. Listen to my interview with. Janice. Francisci it it's it's a great. It's a great tool for understanding the team and understanding their personality tots and as you say working together but. Understanding that mole with full sought would give you the tools you need to to handle it mobile just handle better remotely again next title sense. and. Then the other thing that actually been working on the past six months is really about thinking about Ho. Ho Ho the role of the data in virtual meeting because a lot of people are becoming frustrated because they have no choice to lead as a virtual meeting in somebody has to be the fastest data but a lot of people really twain and when you have. So vitual meeting and the meeting after meeting is really hard to keep the team on gauge and so I've been really at thinking and retooling and learning are in some of the approach that she can we. Keep, meeting on gauging interactive and I think that's important to think about and. That's another good a good technique tool because. We've just got a different world and it's going to be like this for a little while yet I hate to say at Sei. And those who and lewd people have got used to work in from high McCartan join to say. We finding he that those there are many businesses who've just gone. Well, if you happy working in home to stay there and we'll just catch up periodically. States money on buildings and utility thing like that, and that's probably something that's going to stay to an extent is my guest. no I I think it will actually founded here even now short lockdown that. Speaking to business operators civil, we've just discovered. We don't need that whole floor of our office building. Thanks so much for your time is loving check today. Much question I really love compensation..
Soldier Suspected in Vanessa Guillen's Disappearance Dies by Suicide After Remains Found
"Fort Hood soldier from Houston could soon be deemed a murder suicide. The family of Army Private first class Vanessa again says remains found and clean this week are hers, although there's been no official confirmation. Also today, a suspect in her disappearance killed himself an attorney for Gideon's family, now calling for a congressional hearing, saying that Fort Hood knew Gideon was being harassed by superiors before she went missing in April. But the base tried to cover it up. We lost the life we lost a beautiful young Soldier, and it's time. We fix our system. Helene Police declined to identify the suspect who committed suicide and referred all questions to Army commanders.
What Bungee Jumping Taught Me About Visualization
"What Bungee Jumping Tommy about visualization by mascot of free to pursue DOT COM. It's one thirty in the afternoon. The weather's perfect. The crew at Victoria Falls Bungee have just wrapped me in. They've done all the necessary safety checks to ensure good to go there now helping me move to the edge of the platform, because my ankles are secured with tight straps around too thick layers of folded towels to protect my legs from jarring. They're about to receive. My toes are over the edge I. Look out over the Embassy River, and then I hear it three to one bungee. Jump off the platform with a grin on my face and start screaming, Hoo. I take it all in my initial weightlessness, my rate of acceleration, the of the cliffside, the rushing water below, and finally the deceleration has the Bungee saves me from a much shorter life than I would like. I bounce up and down another half dozen times before the experience comes to an end is the best one hundred fifty seven dollars. I've ever spent the not just because of the Bungee jump was even more valuable. Was the lesson I learned in preparing for this experience? One day earlier. On the morning of August twenty, second might travel Buddy Michelle inform me that due to a tight travel schedule, I'd be jumping on August twenty third, not August twenty fourth, as at initially prepared for I didn't say anything at the time, but it didn't sit well with me at all. Up to that point I'd been confidence. I played out the day in my mind for weeks and I felt in control this change tip. The scale and fears favor the reality now. Is that Bungee jumping? If it were still on, the table was to happen number one a day earlier than expected number two after a morning flight on a four seater Bush plane. Those are always eventful number three shortly after we arrived at our lodge, rob our bags, check in and take a shell to the bridge and number four with no. Way To get oriented or settle in. Let's just say that I wouldn't be in my happy place. Later that evening my friends started speaking enthusiastically about the jump, and stopped her dead in her tracks, and informed her that the change made a significant difference to me the sense we were rushing to get in and the fact that I felt I lost some control of the situation changed my jump status from green to amber with a tinge of red. She struggled to understand and I struggled to explain. Processing the change. I've told many crazy stunts over the years. Bucket list does not lie. Bungy was far from the toughest, but of needed to feel that I was in control of the variables surrounding the experience, which both insured I felt safe, and that I can enjoy the moment if anything didn't feel right at all is giving myself permission to walk away Guilt Free I. Guess You could say that I needed to feel that I was free to participate in the experience, not bullied into getting it done by people or circumstances. That night I thought long and hard about what could happen. The next day I worked through all the variables, old and new and processed what the day might look like. I thought about the transportation to the new lodge, but close I would wear the bus ride to the bridge getting a bridge pass at customs to Zimba's a natural border between Zimbabwe and Zambia paying for the jump and finally. Finally getting the gear on and everything involved in the jump itself the sights, the smells feel the wind on my skin, feeling the harness, my heart rate that thought process took the better part of an hour before falling asleep, and in our lying in bed, the following morning that mental preparation made the difference the calmness about me that morning, and thankfully Michelle did not bring up the jump. Indeed. Our understanding of my need to decide on my own terms may have made the difference.
"helene" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"As funny as that sounds. I think those two mutually exclusive when you're looking into China's and I see it with a lot of people. I work with What's the there's the old adage COMEDIANS cry. The most people I think it buries pain more than deals with it. I hate to admit that I'd love to turn around and be like yes fabulously healthy way of dealing with everything. Go pretend to be someone else. Completely acknowledged going on. You'll be cool I just I don't want to give anyone not know. I think it is deeply unhealthy. But then again. I've never met anyone in the film industry. That is actually healthy. It's why everyone in the film industry spends all of that time running around to gurus and in Gwyneth Paltrow case shopping. Jade eggs places. Like you're always looking for that thing to to kind of fix you because you spend all of your time outside of your skin and even if you look behind the scenes and entertainment chances are you. Spent a good portion of your life in front of the camera even when you behind the scenes you. I've a radio show each week a behind the scenes. So I do that. I speak COMECON. I speak at awards shows I do seminars I speak over. Usc and I speak at all of these different places talking about how to get into film and how to get famous and how to get your project made in social media marketing and distribution economize specialty. And so I took it all these places so I'm still to a degree on stage. I mean even when I'm speaking to now deepened. My voice when I speak to sound more impressive and scary Richard the West. Yeah exactly like deepened. My voice there are so many things that go into it the to a degree even behind the camera in Hollywood. There's a lot of this as well so I went in. Yeah doesn't anyone in entertainment that is truly healthy entertainment now so hopefully i. I maintain I would bring bring the healthy with you. We we could use the. We could use the import. Where do you have people listening today? They may say well. Some are so talented. Summer had all these amazing opportunities. I'm different what would you say to people who hear your story and compare their life to you? I lot of opportunities when I was young. I had very supportive parents. I was very lucky on the flip side. Once you get past the age of having parents watching you and what you're doing it's all the same unless you have a famous mother or father. Nobody gives a Damn Hollywood has very much has the what have you done for me lately. Attitude if you try and sell off someone related to unless that person you are related to is beyond say no one gives a damn. I've I've I've hired interns and assistants and people simply because they were related to people I knew nepotism is is rife in Hollywood and as much as people resented this actually a very good reason for it. If I'M GONNA make a hundred million Dolla- bet I'm going to bet on my friend because I know that person and I trust that person and bedding a lot of other people's money and if you screw up if you pull a John Cotta everyone's getting fired no seriously that nearly closed Disney Studios John Cada God. Yeah that nearly bankrupted Disney. It was that it was it was horrific and that was simply because I didn't do their advertising and distribution right. You know it was kind of like okay. We're seeing a movie with gambit and we'll girlfriend doing stuff like they just took the cost of Not even the goodwill in movie but the point is when you make that kind of bet you have to shore it up otherwise you end up with John Cada Higher Directa. I'm GonNa know him because taking a risk on an unknown I have I have but I have to believe in them so much. 'cause I'm betting my reputation and my chance of working and you know I just stopped at a little girl and she's food and shelter thank you. She needs Sheen's food and shelter so I'm betting her future as well so every time I make this bed. I'm betting that they're going to get it right. I think that's a really good point. Because it's everything is so interconnected in that and then the interconnection. That is a struggle where we all have that if my of my actions affect your actions etc and so it does make sense that there would be some nepotism or there would be This opportunity for you to reach out to people you know because they are linked with you as well. It's it's risk it mitigates risk. I'll hire a friend of a friend because that seems safer and I don't like to hire people out of film school except USC. Usc actually has a Maura. The they make do internships at studios things like that but the only reason to go to film school is if you don't have a connection to get a job as a Pi. Most people don't like working with people from film school and this isn't something they'll tell you but I'm most directors. I know if you tell them. I came from Yale drama or I came from. We whatever the response usually going to get from them is. That's nice. Go Away Really. Yeah they want to hire someone that came up on sets the best example of that is a gentleman I- adult. He's a directed John Reynolds. He always makes a joke. He born in a trunk. He's been on sets. His whole life went to film school. He's he was Spielberg's right hand man on. At works with them forever and it just comes down to the reasons Spielberg would lean on him is because when you come up on a set there's no idealized nonsense in film school. You'll learning from someone that failed out of the film industry how to be in the film industry. Even though they're not in the area changes rapidly they have no idea what they're teaching you and they're teaching you how it's supposed to be and when you get on a film set the best way ever heard film said described is it's like flying amplifying that's missing a wing and it's already on fire. Wow So true I cole. Who's director John Reynolds again? Coleman needed a shot of of this guy in front of a fire. And they're doing this. That's fine. He set fire to a national forest. Almighty I did that. I didn't know they were shooting. They didn't bring the Fire Marshal in and I'm the damn producer. Why didn't you tell me 'cause like should've said no morts you know he's like well he didn't. He didn't mean to set fire to the national forest. Trying to get a different shot. That was just a side effect. He's like you said of course said no he's like yeah but now we have the shot and now. I'm paying a fine mist that it's cheaper than it would have been doing. Cgi I'm like you're a monster. Look at it ain't goals and he called the crew and he called up your want and did this and you know who's been in. The film industry filed longer than I have his brilliant man. But it's not like you have got to be kidding. Hysterical voices are timers. I've really enjoyed this conversation. You have such amazing funny stories and I love you know. Obviously me looking at you and listening to you. You're clearly expert in everything you've done hence you been so successful everything you do. If my listeners wants to find out more information about you I guess what go and look at all your twenty pages. Were they go some? I'm Helene on all social media S. H. E. L. E. ANY AT. It doesn't matter where you go. I'm everywhere but I would say I interact the most on twitter. I'm almost never on facebook. I hate instagram. I but I do. Because that's part of my jaw. I spend most of my time onto it up but my job. I make people places and things famous. It's what I do and I tell people I'm very very good at it. You know. I Made Guardians of the galaxy great film. Let's let's not talk about Solo but thank God that one that one and two now belongs to Disney so I guess right awesome wonderful. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate. I know you had a really really busy nights. I thank you for taking time to be on my show today. Thank you very much for having me. And you know you ulysses everyone else someone's GonNa get famous. Someone's going to get rich. Why not you? I also want to thank you my listeners. For Tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show here whichever portal join me today. Also please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free weekly Recap Watch. My youtube episodes three the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit James Miller lite policy dot com. Be Sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James Miller life policy except for twitter. Which is James M Y folly? Once again thank you so much for your support and I'll talk.
These are America's Favorite Holiday Movies
"New survey list America's favorite Christmas films correspondent Johnstone as as the run down a recent survey by the website house method found nearly thirteen percent of people said a Christmas story was their favorite holiday film coming in second the will Ferrell plastic elf the favorite of about eleven percent of Americans Helene was third followed by it's a wonderful life and the nightmare before Christmas rounded out the top five included in the top ten was the action film Die Hard the machine a controversial choice given many don't view it as a Christmas movie even though it does take place around
"helene" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Caller see website for details next update eleven twenty eight traffic leader KCBS sixty four Qassam KPIX five merry look tracking drying gusty offshore winds this morning with the strongest winds up in the North Bay mountains we've seen gas as high as seventy one miles per hour at mount Saint Helene at this morning as we go through the day the winds ease a little bit at the hills in the mountains but they're going to pick up again with another round of strong winds by this evening for the North Bay mountains and my big concern with that high fire danger so red flag warning North Bay mountains East Bay hills in the Diablo range through the day into tomorrow morning critical fire weather conditions I have for the rest of the bay area looking at breezy conditions sunny skies and warm temps upper sixties low seventies inland mid to upper sixties for the bay and mid sixties for the coast quieter weather cooler temps Thursday Friday into the weekend could see another officer wind event early next week sixty five degrees in San Francisco and Oakland sixty two in San Jose traffic and weather together eight on KCBS CBS news special report Republican Ohio Rep Jim Jones went after each you ambassador Gordon silence claim that their what's a quid pro quo involved with Ukraine getting military aid only if it announced a probe of the bidens when the chairman ask you about the security systems dollars you said there needed to be a public announcement from Zielinski five S. new simple question when did that happen never did never did CBS is Christina repeating on someone's claim that secretary of state Mike Pompeii a was in the loop I was asked by The Washington Post if you would be willing to recuse himself from making the decision of whether or not the state department can turn over these documents that we heard time and time again from bass are silent today he says he needs there's a record of every call all these emails all these text messages but the state department they are saying.
Hélène Darroze at the Connaught: Two-Michelin Star Restaurant Gets a Major Revamp
"The restaurant allender us at the casinos at historic hotel in Mayfair. The A two Michelin Star restaurant closed its doors earlier this year for full refurbishment and modernisation and it has just reopened after two months and how how much has changed. That's what we discussed with Helen when she visited me. Dory Oh studio one in fact two months while when the reshot shot because we changed a lot of things I we moved the kitchen. The kitchen is not in the same place. We moved everything you know what will we we used to have have a kitchen a- location the past. Reynoso one Marino's Owen sweet was everything was disconnected amongst the world kitchen of the not so we put everything together the Mauri the the hood section and the past three so and we move think and in place of the whole kitchen and now there is the chef's table so you can see everything moved and it was a big staff in fact so two months I think normally this kind of things should have been done inform- once but there are fifty to work on this refurbishment all day long and some night and during the weekend and we succeeded to do it in a short damn so what change in fact the dining room is a complete new dining room my icing you cannot recognize the other one you can and now we cannot even remember what what was the other one so the design up. Yovich is a new designer is that's not the one worked on the tawdry even years ago so is a French designer and we worked very closely together to bring a lot of elegance and immunity to this room so so that's what we try to do and and I can say that it's a completely new design ambiance and the yeah very different to each extent does the food change then whatever food after the I have my feelings of your food and that you cannot change from I started thirty years ago and and it will be like that all along my my chef life I will say and the philosophy is all about the product I am chef who always say that the story join the plate is not the chef but the product so I'm always think being a lot of attention to the product choose and I cook what I asked to. My sous chef is to be close down to the UK producer than we used to be. You know I'm French I came from and they came from or so from this region of France with she's the southwest and where we have amazing products Russell. It was easy for me to take the chicken from the southwest of France because it's all Michael checks tra- Dr Seuss chef now let's find the best of the chicken in the UK so and for many of the products like that I want to sauce my products from the UK restaurants ability to we have to be responsible on that and we have to work with what is around us and it doesn't make sense to bring taking crump from navision countries. You know we have a beautiful travelling in Scotland extra. Let's bring them and let them saw our Aristo said to work with the local product and producer and that's the objective is to have even if I also predicts still coming from myself and he goes that's my cultural
FedEx stock price tumbles after profit miss on "trade tensions"
"Which are now from the Fed to fed ex corporate Bert Story of the day the global shipping giant from Memphis is singing the blues in the form of a Glum quarterly report it missed earnings targets for the quarter and lowered its outlook for this year as marketplace's. Andy Euler explains Fedex is facing a double whammy whammy number one a trade war full of tariffs trees afford teaches business at Dartmouth. It's depressing demand for Fedex's services to ship that product in an earnings call on Tuesday Fedex. CEO Fred Smith said trade disputes beauts began to impact manufacturers in Europe and Asia in two thousand eighteen and he said that lowered demand for international shipping Dale Rogers teaches supply chain management at Arizona State University. He says Fedex is also feeling some pain due to an anti globalization movement around the world. It's problematic for companies like like Fedex who have really been in neighb- ler of global supply chains those global supply chains are also affected by economic slowdowns. Helene Lean Becker covers transportation for Cowan Company. Fedex again talked about the fact that they were seeing weakness in Italy Germany and France not to mention the UK where we're all wondering what's going to happen with Brexit okay so you got whammy one global slowdown slash trade war and then you've got number two bags divorce with Amazon. The company decided earlier this year not to renew its ground shipping and express contracts with Amazon. That's a one billion dollar revenue hit alone but Becker says Fedex's XS margins weren't great with Amazon so they're looking elsewhere to fill that gap. They're going after higher. Margin business like healthcare pharmaceuticals technology technology. Fedex Smith acknowledged that Amazon is increasingly a major competitor as it continues to develop its own delivery
Biden leads Trump in hypothetical matchup, poll shows
"McAuliffe someone put up some polls here in the from from fox news in general election match ups here and it Joe Biden ten points and then in descending order their Sanders warning Harris in check out the president's numbers by way they don't budge they really don't budge thirty nine to forty two is that range whether it's buying Sanders Warner I tell you a lot obviously the range of the democratic side is a much wider one goes from fourty for Harris to forty nine for fighting but the big picture here Terry is that Joe Biden standing basically is back to exactly what was the day before the first debate right why is that most people think he has the best shot of beating Donald Trump and that is the biggest issue is we go for Democrats want to be taught and they're all going to call us he has to have a good debate it wasn't as strong as performance at the first debate he has to show that he's the one that can be on stage when Donald Trump spiritually in all the insults Adam and he can punch back twice as hard how how devastating with a second sort of performance that that low worries I'm out of time all that stuff how how much without her scandals would hurt I mean because I think there's a lot of expectations on this debate I don't want this debate all about me the past what happened forty years ago he's got a provision out where we go from here in fact I would say check for all the candidates I want to hear a little bit more on K. twelve on infrastructure and cybersecurity workforce development we can as Democrats spend all our time revealing it in the past we've got to go forward and Biden has to show he can lead taking this country for you know Helene it's July of nineteen and yet there's only five candidates of the twenty that feel like have already made it to the next round whatever the next round is is going to be fifteen desperados yeah they're going to it's that that'll be a free fall it'll be interesting to see just how much they come in and who they target whether they these these people the people who were polling yeah yeah whether they they go after after Biden or whether they go after Elizabeth Warren who is you know the presumed other big big person on the on the ticket it's funny that we're not talking about Bernie Sanders as much as it was going on there Sanders Elizabeth Warren will have their own night they basically no offense to the other eight but that will be seen as the phone is off does Bernie Sanders attack Elizabeth Warren and if it does how does he do it does it yeah we know she's not she doesn't need to this is and in this it it's that you mention this is really interesting because if you think about who's been debating since the debate and mixing it up that's a good way pride and Bakir Heris Sanders who would win who's not in this mix one she's a very good job staying above the fray she's all about the policy she is all about the issues staying out of it let it be seen as a food fight all of them which is a great place to be if you're caught another brother actually not being with my absolute that's interesting we're sorry the one candidate I think may not attack Biden's come on hers this time right well I mean she had a great now the last time I which you mess it up by the deadline not having you want to run the same place twice because they might stop at the second I was responsible what's notable about obviously is just you think nothing happened the last two months but even though that speaks the status I think still there's fluidity in this race and someone by the time there is snow on the ground in Iowa will catch fire maybe it's one of the top tier candidates now maybe someone would discount I was just going to say is there anybody outside of the fight feels like we're sorry sitting on a Biden Harris worn Sanders good a judge and then everybody else there is there anybody we should we should not be overlooking other than those five at this point I always argue he should pay tens of the governors I have not had a they get others had not gotten track they have it in their seat owns that you're only billed rose the cleanings we create jobs if the balanced budgets no offense to senators and Congress folks they get to talk all day that was gonna live every single day the problem is they don't have exposure you have about our hearing or capital hearing more hearing the senators and congressmen they they referred to tens of millions of people when I was governor of people when I you're not calling me chopped asking me about you know my thoughts on I sixty six and my work we were talking about national party leader stuff some of your right just as he gets an exposure and it's hard but you know they're the ones that actually you know the CEOs listen there's a lot of debates coming up and I was the chairman I started these debates in two thousand three we didn't have before I started the party debate to give everybody a shot of getting on a stage to make your case and they're all televised and so someone could break out there could be a breakout moment I wanna go head but there was a break out movie moment for doing Castro the last debate and we haven't heard anything about common sense I mean that you you just all the reason why the governors are not going to be breaking I hope is that you look at you know at a big break out in terms of fundraising yeah you know it's really counted by just one with him whether because people look at south and they're like come and press the present United States you know I don't know we didn't even talk about him he's in the Warren Sanders night I'll be curious to see if he can make an impression outside
The House Democrats Slouch Toward Impeachment
"If you choose to impeach recognize that you're almost certain to fall well short of the two thirds of the Senate you need to remove the president and you may very well end up improving trump's chances of reelection if Democrats choose not to impeach they avoid all of the above risks but the party's base will absolutely love them for it is Jim Wright there's a there's a conservative leaning magazine have the democratic right yeah I don't know because you mentioned that suits you said is when there is risk the wrath of the left the route the wearer from grassroots voters are from Twitter yeah it seems to me that the raptors really coming from inside a bubble and not from voters we didn't hear this and grassroots enthusiasm in twenty eighteen we're not hearing it on the campaign trail in twenty nineteen from democratic voters you talk to members on the hill they're not getting phone calls are not getting you know dilution with phone calls saying well you all better impeach or else you've lost us so this seems to be this very much a contained in with in Washington DC but it's not spilling out into the broader elect let's talk to a Democrat here Terry I mean I'm curious is there a voter that said they're going boy I'm gonna vote against I'm likely leaning against president trump unless the Democrats start page and proceed absolutely not okay I mean I I that's part of the political calculation and quick yeah in in fact having traveled all we do have our house is set up this year Virginia have done fifty six events I don't think one time his impeachment issue been raised in the issue for Democrats is how we do spend all our time talking about impeachment which we know they can't get him in the Senate I mean he could rob a bank in the Senate would not convict him it doesn't matter you know more about president we don't have enough I say today president or get back in talking about the issues of you know the tax cut to the rich what he's done to healthcare in this country the issues of racial division that he is crate in this country I mean we we were we talk about healthcare infrastructure good quality jobs those are the core democratic values in we'd better spend our time talking with Democrats care about is beating Donald Trump so even go into that analysis man's story is how do you be trump if trump being the means we're gonna go talk about these issues not impeachment that's what they what rich are you convinced impeachment somehow helps trump I think it hurts the Democrats and I think that the compromise the moment is service trading or cat situation where the impeachment it's kinda dead this kinda live at the same time like the like where is alive the articles are dead I write anything really it's a really start an inquiry that are there at the end of the day and they say oh no their no articles so they'd I think close season six been right to stop this a tried and stand and in the way of this from the beginning and you look at I think that a P. B. S. poll last week there's a swath of democratic issues that have theoretically majority support why would they focus on the one thing that doesn't have majority support has super majority support against it'd be crazy politically only I don't think I don't think Americans are sitting out there thinking about articles versus inquire if the ordinary American doesn't really understand what exactly the impeachment process is anyway I think most people particularly most Democrats would in the end I'm I'm and I'm not talking about the left part of the base but I think in the end we'll be happy with anything that for instance gets don McGann on the stand so I think I I I I think the whole impeachment argument ends up becoming something that nobody is really tune into except the interior of the Democratic Party right I mean a slightly shift gears a little bit the president is insisting on trying to induce turn himself into the show today and yesterday with with these attacks and Elijah Cummings some of the tweets I think the initial one that we had here where we have up there guys and let's get the initial tweet as proven last week during a congressional tour the porters clean efficient well run just very crowded coming district that's his word morning they're from the president is a disgusting Raton road infested mass if you spent more time in Baltimore maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous and filthy place I mean what to the Baltimore sun has responded with an editorial this morning that says better to have a few rats than to be one that's the headline fare we know what the president's doing yes he does not like with the oversight committee is doing he's upset about the oversight committee and he's created the ultimate distraction for the entire political community which is race this is what he's done since he's been a candid since he's been president and he this is the train he's comfortable on this is the train he wants to fight twenty twenty on and I don't think it works for him he's still more popular do you think it does I know it does because here's is more popular than he is popular despite the fact that he has a good economy despite the fact that people give him credit for what he's doing on the economy where he thinks that helps him again at the governor made this point where do you want to fight as a candidate the trying you're comfortable and your opponents are uncomfortable for the train where you're comfortable you have the advantage and your opponent is uncomfortable for Democrats they know that's health care that's where they want to be fighting the president Donald doesn't want to fight there he wants to do he wants a fight here because now because he thinks he can win on this but because Democrats will make unforced errors and where they move policy wise is too far to the left like we saw in the debate rich this stoking numbers at racial resentment and and and I know that some of the right will have this said that this that's not what it's about the problem is he's got a fact pattern here that doesn't really support that very well in fact I think he's left a lot of people out on a limb after the Omar stuff given what he did today is there a point that this becomes a breaking point inside the Republican Party well I think what you have to understand about Republicans as for almost all of them for a lot of them the charge of racism has lost its force because been so over used and we remember defending George W. bush and Paul Ryan from charges of racism so this was another really bad tweet I think what he does though if you you're in is target he's gonna make any charge no matter how personally hateful or low against you no matter what and I think you just wish there were more awareness there that he's the present United States which includes west Baltimore yeah if he's got a problem with it he had a one up try to fix it to retire listen this is horrible for the country what Donald Trump is done to create divisions in our nation today is gonna take a long time for us to get over let it be logical means what he did the squad when he started out stopping people from the seven countries from coming to America as governor I was adults a report US citizens were being detained had come in from these countries and then of course it was Charlottesville I talked to the present that day I told what was happening with a thousand armed people from thirty five states screaming the most disgusting things I could not say on this program Jolene going by the synagogue say we're gonna burn you are going to Berlin synagogue like we did in our shorts how did we get to a place like this in America and I blame truck not for specific acts when I really blame him Chuck for the atmosphere in he's continued to double down to divide these people people used to wear hoods in this country they used to do it at night now they think think they can walk in broad daylight it has to stop you know Helene the president clearly wants this conversation about race and about what Elijah Cummings is doing yeah yeah he's not happy that a larger comics is going after his daughter he's not happy about the what the house oversight committee is doing but I think I was really curious about your question to our rich which I think was answered by your your interview with Rick Scott just now when you said what is the breaking point for the Republican Party I think we have now seen that there is no breaking point for the Republican Party let's not this well it's certainly not going to be it is not on
"helene" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"From January to December lotions gone? Us any. No, no, I'm. Going through like my products and not normally I cycled through the same things every night. He got a switch it up ten to switch between for lotion and skin skin-care. Yeah. Because I was gonna say my face, you know, it's a whole different situation. Like, it's different. Well, let's do body. Okay. So so body during the wintertime I rely more on butters than actual lotion. Yes. Because like I feel like it's more harsher during the wintertime. And so then during the summertime, I'm good with the lotion. Like, I mean, I'm a naked. So I could do the vastly brand in even Queen leans even watery ask Queen Helene because it'd be water. What is this lotion? Water. Good. But then the summertime any of that right Destin what she switch between. I'm nervous about skincare products and stuff, right? And I don't have the best skin. But I'm afraid to be aggressive with like, my choices. When it comes. Some products are kinda stick to the same thing to wear of. So you know, kinda shit. But I do and in more moisture, I guess based products in the colder months, and I believe the air is a bit dry in my apartment's humidifier. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. You know, and I'll put our lows in my feet soccer before I go to bed and shit. So, you know, you take extra measures whether requires you don't switch product but seen. Scene. You just yes, sir. Supply differently or more frequently at an interval, or you know, what I'm saying. I ain't got time for to be Ashy. Well, I wanted to first of all let's meet open interactive this week. That's almost start doing if I can't like bringing in the thing. So I want you to put some of that your hand..
'Melrose Place' actress Amy Locane faces a new sentence for 2010 fatal car crash
"Bond, a former actress who appeared on Melrose place is set to be re sentenced today in New Jersey for a drunk driving crash nearly ten years ago that left another woman dead. The sentencing was ordered for Amy locate after an appeals court ruled her initial three year sentence as well as a subsequent recent saying, we're too lenient the two thousand ten crash in Somerville. Killed sixty year old Helene seaman and seriously injured. Seaman's husband McCain was convicted of manslaughter and other charges and faced five to ten years. Prosecutors had asked for seven location served about two and a half years and was released in
"helene" Discussed on KPCC
"Helene Cooper, how to soldiers on the ground feel about this seemingly politically motivated mission. I'm sorry to ask. So bluntly, do you feel genuine? We'd like there is a need for you to be here right now. That's my personal opinion. Not really who talk about personal feelings. I'm here. Talking about my job, I have feelings. But again, that's that's not really what I'm here to do. Can you tell us your feelings? American very careful when they're talking to reporters and on the record. You're not gonna hear any of them saying on the record we using their name and saying we think this is stupid because they'll get fires are not allowed to do that. But in subtler ways, we and they will talk to us off the record and off the record. Some of them have said, you know, this is fine. This is what we do. They're definitely several of them who have said, this is part of our job is to do what the convenience, you tells us, and that's all I have to say. And then there are plenty who say off the record that this is ridiculous who are not happy to be deployed right now within the United States, and those who say that this is ridiculous or to their mind. Inappropriate. What's their explanation for feeling that way? They don't think there's a threat and Helene. Did you actually talk to people inside the Pentagon higher up commanders? It certainly sounds like you spoke with soldiers who were in the field. But have you talked to leaders in the Pentagon about this mission? And how it has been pushed through. I have and at the end of the day, the military commanders that we talked to have all said on the record homeland security is part of the duty of the United States. Defending our homeland is something that we're always going to do. And when we get these requests we're going to comply with them within the boundaries of the law. That is what they will tell you. When asked them formally informally, a many, many of them will tell you that they think that this is a political use of the military that makes them very very angry in you've seen many former military officials complaining about that as well. Critics like retired army general Martin Dempsey former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff are flatly calling this a quote wasteful deployment because this is a pretty overtly political act in the way that I'm going to send military to the border to to defend the south wall of the Alamo from an. Beijing. Which which probably isn't inaccurate representation of a column of migrants coming up and trying to get a solemn. And this is you have to remember military is a fairly conservative group of people. So when you hear former top brass saying that we think that this is political that says something so you're saying, that's striking the unusual. It is strikingly unusual. So your reporting suggests that this mission was born out of political motivations, not military urgency, and that was tied directly to the midterms the midterms are now over, but the troops are still there. Yes. The midterms are now over, but the troops are still there and the deployment orders would leave them there until December fifteenth. And that's when the caravan is expected to arrive, I presume, no the caravan is not expected to arrive before December fifteenth at the rate, it's going we're looking at the end of December and January so their deployment to intercept. The caravan ends before the caravan is expected to arrive that is correct, Michael. That's pretty confused. Yeah. But that's what happens when you mix politics with national security. Why not bring these troops home now before December fifteenth? I think to bring the troops home right now would really expose the lie of why they were sent down there. I think it would look pretty I mean, I I don't think the American people are stupid. And I think if you say that there's an invasion coming and then the day after election day you pull the back. That's gonna look pretty obvious. But at the end of the day, several the generals were involved say they think the numbers have now peaked, and we're going to start looking at how to bring people home soon, even though unfortunately for the majority of these soldiers, they will be deployed over Thanksgiving Day hunting in all your years covering the Pentagon. There has to be several examples of questionable military deployments. Where does this one rank because it feels kind of rare to have a very strong sense in advance. That a threat is not really a threat. You know, I've covered the Pentagon since two thousand fourteen and I've been deployed with American troops many times since two thousand and three I think in the Iraq war. I think was my first deployment. I've never seen something quite like this deployment before you've certainly seen deployments that critics could question. I remember covering President Obama's deployment of three thousand American troops to Liberia to fight Ebola. Bill feet mate units. There Donald Trump. Who was then not president? But he was planning to Ron thought that was crazy. And he, you know, call for the borders to be shut down the Obama decision to deploy American troops. There was certainly criticized by Republicans and by a lot of conservatives. And there was some reasons you could criticize that and reasons that you couldn't they didn't know this debate was was certainly had this one feels a little bit different from that. Because nothing has changed. This is something that has been going on for years and years and years and decades and decades and decades people have come to this country looking for refuge. But now the whole idea of putting American soldiers to that. That's a whole different story is a different deployment. And it's not something that I've I've covered before is not something that I've seen before. And I sort of felt a little bit out of my element writing about this. Because I didn't I don't have a reference point, you know, with so many other things you have a reference point. We've decided that we're going to fight this state in Syria. You have a reference point for that. You know, this fight against Islamic terror. We've deployed special operations troops the Yemen, or it's all over the world to do targeted missions. And you know, I had a reference point for that. I didn't have a reference point for using American troops to go to the border to stop poor people from coming to America. Not that. I didn't know I I was I didn't have a reference point for how does this fit in with the other ways that we use American troops? So this is still I think for reporters who writing about this. We're in different territory. What will this mission ultimately cost the US? The Pentagon has not given a final number public number for what this will cost estimates have gone up to two hundred million. But we have not seen anything formal from DOD. But that's the financial course costs. And then there's also the morale costs because American troops. They're pretty stoic. And they're used to giving up family time and holidays, and that sort of thing for a real combat to get a job done. But when you do this, you know, there's the fear that when you do this for not a good reason. And there is no real job for them to get done. Then you start dealing with people questioning the very reason for why they are. That's not a position you ever want to see your military getting into other words emission like this, which may not. Serve any legitimate military. Aim risks undermining the very nature of serving in the military. I think it does. I think the long term risk is that, you know, the compact that we as a country make with our volunteer army is that we don't ask them to do anything. That's a legal that they will be ashamed of or that is political in nature, and what they promised us is that they will put their lives on the line to protect us. And I think when you put these young men and women in a position where they are giving up huge portions of their private time with their family to do something that is political in nature, you run the risk that the next time. You ask them to do something. They're not going to believe there's a good reason for it. Helene. Thank you very much. We appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Michael. On Tuesday afternoon as he prepared to board Marine One outside the White House. President Trump was asked about the US soldiers at the southern border. Don't worry about the thanksgiving is a tough people. They know what they're doing great. And they've done a great job. You're so worried about the thanksgiving holiday for that. They are so proud to be representing our country on the border..
"Although hurricane Florence weaken the past couple of days it has such a large wind field. It's bringing a storm surge consistent with a much stronger. Hurricane the National Hurricane Center is forecasting. The worst of the surge do occur between Cape clear and Cape. Hatteras? The Hurricane Center is forecasting up to forty inches of rain to accumulate in North Carolina, which would beat that state's all time record for the most rainfall from a tropical storm or hurricane. Thousands of people are already in shelters across north and South Carolina. Because I can swing on. This Wilmington man's main concern appear to be sailboat we're taking all the cameras off all the sales all the all the coverings and. We've doubled tripled our line. So the dock so we try to minimize any movement. We've got all our fenders out everywhere. Also spending in the Atlantic, tropical storms, Helene and Isaac and subtropical storm choice.
Brett Kavanaugh on why he didn't shake Parkland father's hand at confirmation hearing
"In from the hurricane and actually got violent amount of water comes in and destroying homes, and it can take lives easily. So that's the key is not being there with the storm surge comes in. So that is National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham from Miami on hurricane Florence which dropped down to a category. Two storm by one mile an hour is expected to still bring massive rain and huge storm surge slept near the coast hunkering down. Tom pale Commissioner in the Outer Banks estimates. Hundreds of residents
Restaurant companies at greatest risk as Hurricane Florence bears down
"Femurs, urging people in the path of hurricane Florence to prepare for a massive storm FEMA associated administrator. Jeff Baird says that Florence is dangerous. Hurricane force is strong storm to target the Carolinas in this part of our country. In decades, we will experienced power outages. We will have infrastructure damage. There will be homes damaged there will be debris on the roads. The category. Four storm is expected to hit the Carolina coast Thursday night into Friday morning, large swells, generated by Florence continued to impact east coast of Florida generating rough surf and a high risk of life threatening rip currents in addition to hurricane Florence. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are monitoring hurricane Helene a category. Two storm in the eastern Atlantic. And in the central Atlantic Isaac is now a tropical storm, but it's expected to become a hurricane as it heads into. The eastern Caribbean. See over the next couple
Alex Trebek, Yellowstone National Park and Hurricane discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Is back with more of America's first. News, but in hurricane Florence could inflict the hardest. Hurricane punch the Carolinas have seen in more than sixty years with rain and wind of more than one hundred thirty miles per hour. North Carolina has been hit only by one other category for storms since reliable record keeping began in the eighteen fifties that was hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four governor ROY Cooper says shelters are being set up across the state. We know
Hurricane Florence is now a Category 3 storm and is expected to grow more powerful
"Governor Rick Scott offering the help of Florida's emergency responders as hurricane Florence approaches. Our northern neighbors, Scott Florence right now a powerful major hurricane still out there in the Atlantic. But it will be near the Carolinas Thursday, and it will move into the Carolinas. Lots of flooding up there, of course, deal with the storm surge as well the inland flooding, they could get twenty twenty five inches of rain, especially if it stalls out some so that'll be grabbing headlines, of course throughout the week. It's not coming here. We never. Wish a storm on anyone's who our thoughts, of course, are up in the Carolinas for later this week. Scott. We are watching more things out there as well. Hurricane Isaac and hurricane Helene Helena's close to Africa that one should stay out to sea. But we always watch out for changes Isaac will move into the Caribbean. Very sensitive to that area that was impacted by Maria and Irma last year it should be a category. One hurricane as it approaches, the lesser Antilles, and then once it gets into the Caribbean. There are some signs it will weaken. But I still don't know what will happen past five days. So that'll be an area. We'll be watching and another Blau popped up in the Caribbean. That will move into the Gulf of Mexico could develop further, but that'll be moving
Carolinas and Virginia brace for Hurricane Florence as two more major storms loom
"Carolina is taking hurricane Florence seriously. And you should to get ready now, that's the warning from governor ROY Cooper as the powerful storm roars toward the Carolina coast Lawrence has intensified to a category. Four with one hundred thirty mile per hour. Winds and National Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham, says it might not be done yet. We're starting to see that I develop indicating some more strengthening, so you know, with time we expect even stronger storm is looming about twelve hundred miles east southeast of North Carolina moving west at thirteen. Forecasters expect Florence to still be a major hurricane as it approaches. The coast on Thursday and mandatory evacuations have just been issued for North Carolina's Outer Banks and the entire South Carolina coast along with the catastrophic impacts of wind and storm surge Florence is expected to bring epic rain totals two areas already saturated by summer downpours, the system's going to slow down a little bit once making it inland. And that's why we have some of these high rainfall totals you look at places in Virginia. And also North Carolina all these areas and some of those especially towards the north into Pennsylvania and New York. Some of those areas are pretty sensitive to the rain right now and behind Florence there are hurricanes Isaac n Helene raising concerns about a repeat of last year's earth twenty-seven teens record setting season when Harvey Irma and Maria cost more than two hundred billion in losses Isaac and Helen are still too far away to accurately predict their paths. Both are strengthening and are expected to continue to do. So over the next few days
Catholic clergyman calls on Wuerl to resign, says he'll refuse to participate in Mass with him
"They're all Carl's for cardinal Donald world to resign by a highly visible member of Washington's Catholic clergy and a letter written to world and published online Saturday deacon James Garcia said he could no longer in good conscience. Assist. Him in any mass world was recently named in Pennsylvania. Grand jury report that detailed alleged child abuse committed in the state by more than three hundred
National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Helene and Hurricane Isaac discussed on Dana Loesch
"Find out that Florence is a category. Four storm expected to be a category for when he hits the Carolina coast sometime on Thursday. But more about the peak of the hurricane season the National Hurricane Center. Busy tracking multiple systems in the Atlantic. Hurricane specialists, Eric Blake three hurricanes, active and two other disturbances. These statistical peak is verifying the first hurricane Florence forecast. A slam the coast of the Carolinas Thursday as a category four hurricane behind that hurricane Isaac is marching toward the Caribbean where wind shear and cooler waters should weaken the system still about a week away from potentially impacting our weather, hurricane Helene is expected to drift north
6 More Women Accuse CBS Head Les Moonves of Sexual Abuse
"Uncertainty. Six more women accused CBS chief les Moonves of sexual misconduct or assault. ABC's? Dave Packer New Yorker reporting that the incident allegedly took place between the nineteen eighties and the early two thousands some women say Moonves retaliated after they rebuffed him damaging their careers CBS corporation, telling ABC news, our board of directors is conducting a thorough investigation of these matters. The New Yorker magazine also reporting that moon, Vesey is negotiating his exit with the CBS board of
Tropical storms Helene, Isaac joins Florence in the Atlantic Ocean
"Storm Florence is barreling towards the east coast is packing. Winds of upward seventy miles an hour expected to gain strength before it hits the southeast coast. Thursday, more from ABC's rob Marciano Monday is the peak of hurricane season in the Atlantic basin. And it's certainly holding up to the calendar. We have two other tropical storms and Isaac and Helene Helene likely to stay a fish storm. But Isaac will be motoring towards the Caribbean likely as a hurricane and Puerto Rico is in the cone of
"helene" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Associate for details And, we go to the, wonderful KF. L. in Lubbock Texas and. Talked to Helene Helene welcome and, how can I help you Yes we have a Jeep Grand Cherokee summit four. By four with a three point leader be sick eco diesel engine we have ninety ninety four, thousand five hundred. Miles on it and we. Were, wondering if now's the time to trade it in or get an extended warranty we love, it it's been a fantastic vehicle boy it'll be fantastic for a lot more, miles to it's really kinda late to be, binding extended warranty on it Helene once you get to that hundred thousand mile Mark a. Lot of companies will take your money. But there's a lot of scheming going on out there with extended warranty, companies to they they ever do a lot of advertising they get a lot of people sending them money for the, the contracts and then they bankrupt the company before they have to. Start paying out any claims or in the contract itself it it's they've got, so many ways to wiggle out of. Paying Klein it's just a way To your may good news is that. Ecodiesel has been fantastic It wouldn't surprise me to see you make it to three hundred. Thousand miles without any engine issues at all You may have a transmission problem or something less, severe than, that but the engine itself which is the most expensive component. Of the, vehicle with that ecodiesel it it you you're nowhere near having to worry. About getting rid of it but I I k- recommend an. Extended warranty at this time what you might do and I recommend, it sometimes is to have people, self insure and that, means you take a certain, amount of money per month hundred bucks hundred and fifty, bucks whatever you can do. Put it aside for repairs not maintenance because that wouldn't, be covered under the warranty but put that money aside so if you do have a repair down the road just a year of doing that without. Touching that money will will pay for a whole lot of, repairs will certainly cover you for air conditioning compressor. Some of the other things that. Are likelier to go wrong then something as big as. An agent or. Transformation so you might consider doing that you just kind of have to be disciplined about it I've seen people Who have taken my suggestion on that and then something else comes up and they go oh. We got gotta take that money but you know if you, can do it it's a good way to go. It's a better way to go..
"helene" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Your call helene just on that very topic there seems to be a difference of opinion out there and the opinions i do here include what the apparently is is not settled law does a president of the united states have to answer a subpoena by a special prosecutor i don't think he does not settled by you're right jim but i don't believe he does particularly in the case of the subpoena that would go to whether he fired mr komi in some manner of obstruction the president has the power to do that he has the power to hire and fire anybody who is an executive administration and in fact under the constitution itself the president cannot be judged even if there were an obstruction of justice or if there were criminal matter he cannot be prosecuted for those crimes while he is president now those issues could be raised then the house of representatives could hold an impeachment hearing and the senate could convict and once he is then thrown out of office then he could be brought forward for criminal prosecution but he cannot be prosecuted while he's a sitting president the founding fathers did that intentionally to make sure that the politics wouldn't be you know held supreme here in the in the country that the president is immune so he has the constitutional ability to exercise is duties in office so let's just make it clear for everyone here the president of the united states could have fired james call me as fbi director because komi is left handed or komi is more than six feet tall or komi lamont stuck his tongue out any over any damn reason he chose that is an arbitrary power completely within the discretion of the president of the united states and i don't think we should overlook that fact likewise for special prosecutor was not some independent fourth branch of government answerable only to god just another temporary justice department employees who has to answer to the attorney general and from that point up the chain of command to the president jimbo you hit it national statute that expired the independent counsel the independent counsel fat separate and apart which i would argue is unconstitutional anyway but now you're absolutely right he is a special counsel that as an employee of the justice department the justice department reports for the president united states they are not an independent entity and the president has the.
"helene" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Let's talk to helene in inglewood florida hello helene civil hand anything you know you hit a nerve when you said school board and i'll tell you why you did there's been an issue that has been up for discussion on a local level and they've done calm throughout the whole country we have a retirement community community with two percent of the population being under the age of eighteen and yet we thought it necessary to pay sixty to eighty million dollars for a high school are in so many seniors even in the state of new york a very high tax day when seniors over the age of sixty five when it comes to school taxes they give them a star exemption and here with a senior retirement state that is non existent in the state of florida when you addressed the issue with the school board when it comes to the kids education and what's going on with government because when you approach a young adult and you try to discuss what's going on in current events and they know nothing that's going on with current events you start to inquire the school board why they don't the school board seems to be more concerned with how much money they're making fifty thousand dollars a year attending only two meetings a month plus benefits and pension then they are concerned with anything else and i really think you're absolutely right when i address these issues personally with my own local school board at first they didn't even like the fact that i made any comments and suggestions because they weren't allowing anybody to say anything about anything unless they had children in school even though you were paying school pack over here they're not allowed to to limit discussion that people with children in the schools that's that's not part of their prerogative based on my addressing that theory issue i said how can you say that because if we're the second oldest county in the nation's most of the centre pay school taxes and your salary and pension the fifty thousand dollars more equivalent to what they're making in los angeles we have every right to say something about it that was their attitude it's time for you to get a new school board.
"helene" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And executive director at the veterans yoga project he joins us in our bloomberg 1103 our studio new york is normal in california says will chill here for him to be here in new york dan nice to have you here with us tell me about the veterans yogurt project girl thanks for having me it's great to be here the veteran's younger project is an amazing really community of veterans and civilians that are working hard every day to support recovering resilience among our veterans families and communities and so i'm a clinical psychologist in this work really got started because i found that the veterans that i worked with who had a practice whether it was in a quote yoga meditation breathing practices yoga nesia those who had some sort of practice had better outcomes and so we have morphed into sort of what was my little sorta side project hobby on the weekends into a large national organization that is actively reaching to death hundreds of veterans every month around the world around the kind of around the country what's interesting and i said to your preaching to the choir here because i'm someone who's done yoga for over twenty years um chilean print key tam terry are migrate teachers in yogis and and tamas how i found out about you guys 'cause you're involved in a project with in hoboken specifically it's gonna be this sunday tell me what about that event sure this will be the fourth year the two moons helene have put together a an event telegraph you have to honor our veterans it had started on veterans gratitude week which is our big national events where yoga teachers from around the country will teach a donation based yoga class to help support our organization to him in helene have since sort of morphed that on the first year they have this beautiful candlelight events at their home and then there was a book reading it the bookshop put little city books and hoboken and this will be the second year in a row now at stevens university where we're going to have a yoga class led by three of our veterans who have used yoga in their recovery in resilience that's really cool and remember ten talking to me about this let me tell me that the impact that has had on some of these vets have we and.
"helene" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The nights center in for the national interest to hear helene in englewood florida hello helene oh good evening gentlemen lesson in first and foremost understand i do not support north korea because if i simply talked about the environment they would put me in front of the firing squad or anything they didn't like although there is a state in this country that wants to put people in front of a firing squad because of problems with lethal injection however i did listen to rand paul today and then listening to rand paul he went on and on and on how you know lewis getting another trillion dollar in jack and how we're all over the place starting war with everybody yati out iata and uh i i'm wondering what your opinion is on the rand paul position on now mike with two cents worth rand paul is unfortunate antara how the libertarian point of view came to be mixed up with total isolation is absurdly berry goldwater the man who really was the forerunner of libertarian thought of this country was anything but a a stark isolationist we don't of course start wars with everybody and i would have suggesting that the united states would have to foot the bill for reunification it would be worth it for much of the world who could trip you can tribute a heck of a lot of money if in fact you could ever reach reunification that would remove one of the major trouble spots on the planet and would be worth every penny and it would certainly be done just by the people this country that's my two cents worth the harry here you know i i i think rand paul sort of personifies what i would call sort of uh uh a more but it's a different viewpoint of of sort of realism in international affairs i i wouldn't call them nicely says too i think his user probably a little bit more nuanced than that i think we'll read this coming from is is i think he's trying to point out you know we we have lots of over the.
"helene" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"A situation that we will handle defense secretary james mattis i'm following the reporting from washington to the new york times pioline mark land ler choke chou sanghun and helene cooper mr mattis expressed great concern emphasizing what he said were technical advances on display in the fifty three minute flight bruce i begin with you this missile have we seen this before and is it significant this higher an flung girl flight good evening bruce good evening john good evening gordon i we have shooting this missile before at least that's what my initial analysis she was proved phnom dismissal longer about five minutes longer um them be washed 114 launched we saw on july 28 um it also flew higher at least according to defence secretary mattis then what we saw him on july four th of july 28 so at least for now i'm whacking the details that one needs to truly evaluate this kind of sophisticated watch it looks like we're seeing them launching for the third time uh the wall on fourteen a twostage ballistic missile launched from land from a transporter erector launcher um a liquid fuel nestle they can hit alaska or hawaii and that is now shown even more advanced capabilities than what we saw last july probably because the north korean simply chose to launch it farther in wander than they did last july gordon the end of the 60day waiting period good evening to you garden girded macron and bruce we we don't know why the north koreans decided to pick this particular moment where a test but his bruce says face shown us that their capabilities are greater than they were on the july 28th test which was greater than the july fourth test and at some point as bruce has been talking about they're going to come out with a brand new missile not just a twostage wassong on fourteen but a threestage missile probably there tno late as bruce has pointed out in his most recent book the north koreans have denver um shown something in a parade which they have not essentially tested input into their inventory we.
"helene" Discussed on WTMA
"To the new york times pioline mark land ler choke chou sanghun and helene cooper mr mattis expressed great concern emphasizing what he said were technical advances on display in the fifty three minute flight bruce i begin with you this missile have we seen this before and is it significant this higher an flaw anger fly good evening bruce good evening john good evening gordon i we have seen this missile before at least that's what my initial analysis she was crew phnom dismissal flew longer about five minutes longer um than the wall so i'm fourteen launched we saw on july 28 um it also flew higher at least according to defense secretary mattis than what we saw him on july fourth of july 28 so at least for now um whacking the details that one needs to truly evaluate this kind of sophisticated want you it looks like we're seeing them launching for the third time the wassong fourteen a twostage ballistic missile launch from land from a transporter erector launcher um a liquid fuel nestle that can hit alaska or hawaii and that has now shown even more advanced capabilities than what we saw uh last july probably because the north korean simply chose to launch it farther in wander than they did last july gordon it was the end of the 60day waiting period good evening view garden good evening john embers um uh we don't know why the north koreans decided to pick this particular moment where a test but his bruce says they shown us that their capabilities are greater than they were on the july 28th test which was greater than the july fourth test and at some point as bruce has been talking about they're going to come out with a brand new missile not just a twostage loss on fourteen but a threestage missile probably there tno late as bruce has pointed out in his most recent book the north koreans have denver um showing something in a parade which they have not essentially tested input into their inventory we.
"helene" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Highway ninety five on the way to elbow geico everything you know it's interesting is you think it's some it's the same as one man's trash and a rash treasury rights life i found a collection of smaller swizzle sticks nice took him to a dealer on fremont street and gave them to him said i don't want these he i went back and visiting mcgann he's got them on display while that's how into accusing want to sell him he's got him on display for himself so he's got the bug to integrate the i pass a test the my problem onto him and he put it into a he he frame them all into one frame that's awesome swizzle sticks from all over the hotel smaller the 50s i get this swizzle who saves these things really you know helene when we go out to dinner and we go to a nice restaurant on it i mean if these restaurant like even tell me too much restaurants clean makes a steal napkins newspaper has a men's room you know the knack as they have spectrum over there will go west will is that's we put our powder yeah i don't they you know and it may have been the boys are into a to now show so when it cut whenever we go author dinner but come back to table after what the right but big second cancer haas at us next on of are hoarding of a we're we're empowering hoarders everywhere dial hummy we oughta do a whole segment on this and look at his book the other thing i just saw was high ally now i in las vegas i i remember as a kid go into that it was mgm valleys near my mom needs to take us to go watch highlights let us bet on there on the players and say it was done betting on the phone you children betting on the playa now she started me but i just remarkable when you look back at the history so i am i a year he's got such as because vegas will try anything yeah there's literally they're like let's do highlight and everyone's like what is it like they'll get in work let's move on and they had racing for a while to commemorate alpha colder highway here in mirror they had a grand prix outside of the season else yeah i.
"helene" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Key can you sleep i can't sleep at him home k tomorrow i mean when it came to light and everything he hitting people who believe in thinks okay i'm good quite what happened he ought to be here and now i okay okay well you hey were when she went out the window she's going up to the graveyard to talk to it okay why did your girl go according to worship him brightened out there alone i'll go to hmm oh no through cutting my lake oh why did you go happen k i did you i've got to do win or in the wind up hello helene no i'm not so unkind really it it no beloved like.
"helene" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Six six five oh jimbo one eight six six five five four six two six and again clarity on the part of the president would be very helpful i think right now for him and for his backers a little clarity it's not asking too much consistency another good word helene in englewood florida hello helene oh good evening uh great uh huh carling in you know worst thing there after the hurricane earn the cleanup jonas across the board now gear mexicans everybody's looking for this if waiver we import this cheap labour who higher than hey under the table so that they can worker hear these and santa fe don't have to pay them firing oh absolutely above employers are hiring them in many cases they're not prosecuted if they if someone does go after them they are five and the fines are treated by these businesses not as a deterrent to their behavior but as the cost of doing business you're not gonna stop the hiring of legal to start jamming these ceos behind bars were genuine hard time right hired them failed this hotel next civil war out and we still haven't seen it tax return so you know we still look at the big picture year ah ten bo in that is that who is importing m and who isn't hiring that employees we think it we hear all the time what ends up happening is if they think hey them under the table cheaply hey their health insurance they don't have to take on track and it will wreck it it thank you anything about it that they will louis cha but whether the mac can't or whether they're parkway jim in an urban not or harvey clean up you know if they.
"helene" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And his locker room jj watt should have on cloudy the andre hopkins they saw what he did in the championship being beaming its alabama and i you think that means something eight five five two wants you four cbs let me go to pollina in cleveland helene you gotta turned on your radio here and i'll let you go helene go ahead early in what's going on how about rather go all the met leave for me is far the quarterback by biggby agent make more than and you don't want to put and i think you sean the book about it and all the pressure of in in it over rear but on somebody like i urge india but the way the brown art dealer raven backed back on or got a lot rock voter bombeck rene i mean you can't you can't bart bart rare like that number one and thought to be a good thing guard of him but ultimately we saw what any big met not big on ball or we got a new prime to develop you have the ability you because you have an ownership group understand that the year it will be next year is gonna be that you were the bodyguard eating getting go point where they're an opinion but it's far be abetted by privy yup um all promote the i think meet really really really bite here and we need makebelieve realized that there are of the wrong it their it'd be when you need to make enough of it the bay validify would everyone in part of that being on it for the fact the league didn't come down hard enough on so many other people previously they're coming down hard on him when he never even been are at that never been hard i give if if their own investigation but i think it we're if he may enough of iraq it being minute the top five where a leaguerecord into the other players right prop wondered rating that he is on the number one you can america that have largely fan base are one of the largest mandate this is cow highest they've probably has the largest amber notre dame mean prior in in all college of wall if he make up of iraq it eat can gifting king the point where the at a foul eve realized that their investigation mean.
"helene" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom
"Camp of style has forged shore here for you and she she gets loyd my guess for this episode luna my all time favorite technical analysts helene mayes lewis started her career on wall street in the early 1980's win a career and wall street was actually contrary and move let alone being a woman on wall street she visually found her way to working with trading legend justin may miss and has been charting the markets by hand ever since yes that's pencil and paper for the past 30 years in this episode helene reveals what it was like to work with justin am with the most important thing she learned from her mentor we discuss her favorite stock market indicators in how she uses them finally we discuss her favorite trade set up and the unique selfawareness that she's cultivated to help her become the most effective trader she can be as always put up a number of links and charts at the full report dot com and i really hope you enjoy my conversation with hellene mayes ler helene welcome to the show it's really can really excited to talk to you today is actually kind of strange to get to know somebody online they have a really talked too much in person but after phone you on twitter and you're reading your daily call it feels like i know you but it's it's really nice to have a chance to to choke iluka's nice to be here thanks for having me absolutely was just start right at the beginning i know you have an interesting your background in the industry how did you actually get your start in finance.