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"james lee" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Senate negotiations broke down Thursday, with both parties blaming the other. There doesn't seem to be a ton of urgency coming out of the White House, and I think that's a big piece of y things. Are stalled up here on Capitol Hill, NBC's Casey Hunt. The sides have moved farther apart, but it's not all over yet. The House is in session until October. 2nd and the Senate doesn't break for the election until the ninth. Fraud is now alleged in a big part of the last financial package, the Paycheck Protection program, or P P P, which provided forgivable loans to small businesses that agreed not to lay people off during the pandemic, FBI Deputy Assistant Director John Jimenez We've opened several 100 PPP related investigations. We've identified nearly 500 PPP related subjects. Individuals we believe have project Lee requested to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in care act stimulus funds directed to P p pee loans, but only 57. People have actually been charged. However, IRS deputy Chief of Criminal investigations James Lee vows to track down all the others. Those of you out there, they think you're smart. You think you're staying under the radar? Because you're not flying the stolen money. You know, I'm here to tell you that you're not smart. We all see you and you cannot hide from these paper and digital trails that you're leaving behind. For us to follow. The program was established March 27th of this year with the signing of the cares Act. Twitter wants to. Suddenly, some of the San Francisco office space now that its employees can permanently work from home near London buried says That trend is threatening the city's entire economy. U. S. Consumers are projected to spend a billion hours shopping on mobile devices this holiday season. That's according to AP, Annie a Mobile data and analytics company that would be 50% more shopping by phone than last year. Amazon's delayed Prime day is expected in early October. Ali Baba Singles Day comes in November ahead of Black Friday in the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. Consumer and business News THISS report.
"james lee" Discussed on KOMO
"Governor James Lee advances in Washington's primary election is he seeks to become the first incumbent elected. To 1/3 term in the state in more than 40 years and let let's talk about the race for governor. We have more than a 1,000,000 votes in and obviously Jay Inslee ahead with 51% of the vote. No surprise there for you, Cathy. I would assume Not at all. Actually, it's kind of interesting to be able to say when the hole in the world is going to be his opponent. It's what it looks to me. Oh, pretty switched up here. I don't know Lauren culpas in taking the lead, And does that surprise you, Randy. Well, not really, because Mr Culture had been ahead in two of the public polls that had come out in the last couple weeks. There haven't been a lot of public polls released in the governor's race. And so the fact that he was ahead was a surprise to people then so probably less So tonight. But then it's it's Tim. I'm AnAnd Joshua freed neck and neck after that. Right, but But there's less than half of what, Mr Kolpack I mean the reality and left. Something very strange happens is that Mr Culture will be the number two person to change and his argument has to be this. James Lee after eight years in this manner that is heavily weighted to Democrats that only get 50 under 52% of the vote that there's an opening there. He's going to have to try to exploit that. But what about you, Lieutenant Governor Looks like Marco aliases. Leading No. After Denny. Heck, Daddy hackers at 27% Danny Hex ahead. Yeah, so he's got the name recognition that's for sure. Well, you were saying about what has been your campaign. I mean, the guy probably spend twice as much as anybody else, and actually, I have to say that I think we're going to see to Democrats in that actual butt off. Looks at Marc Elias hand spade that threshold at least right now, And actually, I want to say that there's an awful lot of votes have been counted tonight or that I had anticipated actually, and I also think that that looks pretty good in terms of what we see in terms of some of these other races, too. Gotta say that it was not only a good turnout, but farm or people who got their ballots in early and frankly, it looks to be like a lot of the younger vote is a lot of only registered voters in a lot of people who don't usually vote in primaries. Came and took back that this is going to be 50% election. What do you take away from the lieutenant governor Race, Randy. Well, The interesting point to me is the Marchal Ius is likely to be the second candidate behind any hack so that you will have to Democrats running just as four years ago. We ended up with two Republicans running For state treasurer because at that time, three Democrats split up the votes, and Marco Lius was one of those three Democrats who was on the losing end four years ago. And it looks like he's 5% points ahead of an Sattler right now in third place with 11.5% of the vote. Again. We're looking at, you know, less than half of the vote has been counted that will eventually be counted by. You know, next Tuesday, maybe, um, but it's hard to make up 5% points. Ah! After you've got a 1,000,000 votes in. So that's uh, that will be interesting because the labor unions, Ah went on the attack against any heck with independent expenditure. Newspaper ads. Attacking him for votes in Congress to provide bailouts to billionaires. Uh, so the far left is definitely going to swing behind Marco Leah's in that race, so heckle likely be lieutenant governor with the help of Republican votes. Secretary of State Kim Wyman, leading a Republican, with 50% of the vote, followed by guilt. Tarleton, the Democrat with 44% of the vote. When it comes to secretary of state if you are a Republican or a Democrat, doesn't really matter if this person is a Republican or a Democrat, Randy Well, it's better to the people of Washington state since 1964 because since 1960 for Washington, voters have elected a Republican secretary of state every four years. We have the longest streak in the country of one party controlling one office at a state wide left, so the voters have decided that they like the competency of Republicans rather than partisanship. Democrats and then Kim woman looks like she's going to keep it that way. Oh, already clinically pull that came down a good job. It's not because Republicans, if anything, that we don't work gets her this year. The important part is that she's done. A good job stood up to actually Donald Trump. That we have a great system here with all the other side is actually coming in here because this woman is somebody who not only has been on the inside of government but also in terms of pointing out exactly how other nefarious Huntley's hacking through our stuff. What about if there is any race where it's going to be about qualifications and experience defined in terms of these two women? It's going to be this rate. It's gonna be about the wall. It's going to be Oh, do you really think is going to keep our ballots clean? Thank you very much. Date from the Harley Exteriors Co. Moh.
Seattle - Here's what Phase 3 of Washington's reopening plan entails
"And starting Monday, Washington State counties in the third phase of a four stage Corona virus reopening plan will have to limit indoor and outdoor social gatherings to no more than 10 down from the current 50. A new restriction was announced this week by Governor James Lee. The restriction on gatherings for the 17 counties and Phase three does not apply to spirituals, services, weddings and funerals at this time. Under the Democratsnew directive, alive, indoor and outdoor entertainment would also be banned.
Washington Governor shuts bars and restaurants after rise in coronavirus cases in young people
"State's Paws on reopening will continue for at least another two weeks in comas, Ryan Harris tells us, the governor says. Spread of the Corona virus might force us backward. Governor James Lee says That pause will go on until July 28 that it includes an elimination of live music and bar top service and that there is a significant chance we could see more rollbacks like California and other states. The governor also says it's possible any rollbacks could come before July 28. We simply cannot and will not accept a situation where hospitals are overwhelmed, and the scenes that we were seeing today in Florida and Arizona should not be repeated in Spokane and Tacoma. Says. Numbers like the rates of new infections and hospitalizations, air rising steadily much, he says, blamed on too many people gathering or having close contact, and that's what's driving his decisions. He says The state is seeing a significant increase in the number of cases in young people, especially in their twenties. But that masking and distancing appear to be driving numbers down in Yakima County, so he hopes that message will be heated across the state.
Seattle - Gov. Inslee fires back as Trump threatens to withhold school funding in Washington
"Threatening to withhold federal funding from states that refused to offer in person classes this fall. Governor James Lees pushing back decisions about school how to have it on sight or otherwise. Will remain with the state of Washington. These air Washington students in Washington state has the legal authority to make decisions about their education is, Lee says he's waiting to hear more scientific information about how to safely educate students during the outbreak and his meeting next week. With the superintendent of public instruction to look at different proposals. The
Washington Businesses Now Required to Turn Away Customers Without Face Masks
"Corona virus Case numbers slowly climb in Washington State Governor James Lee warns there could be shutdowns again, He says he's watching test positivity rates and hospitalization rates. There is some combination of those where we would have to go backwards. And I have to tell you that we're concerned that that could be in our near future. If we do not increase our performance here, and that's just the reality. Washington businesses are now required to refuse service to customers who refused to wear facemasks. Something is like hopes will slow the spread of the disease.
"james lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's the last of the fourth leading off for the giants against mad late does to nothing James Lee Burley it's his in the last three years please is ready for in the same way that it looks like the trees have been just trying to find Sanchez's RBI came on a fastball after you've swung and missed through a breaking ball first pitch swinging with a leadoff single here's Lori may needs to raise enough sprint let's start with the kids swing and a miss breaking ball so much for the whole theory about trying to find a fastball I'm not sure the the the the word game plan often the flights one go up there see what again throws and hit hard he hits this one fairly hard to right field the right there is lovely news in a couple steps makes a catch one away to see the rebate doesn't know what he wants to do at the plate but selection and she's gonna do against Hey guys to do continues to throw the the country's sent a couple of guys down there but if it turns out only one actual picture and coach he'd been captured an extra catcher to guard the bullpen here's a high fastball for a strike to Jose D. N. I was a bit said Jonathan Sanchez wanted earlier in the game Adrian Gonzalez at the plate was not called a strike that time read about belt high D. N. took it it's on one throw to first World Bank standing giants two runs in the third in a triple by Jonathan Sanchez RBI single by Freddy Sanchez and a double by Aubrey Huff one D. N. hits fly ball to shallow right field let me begin reaches out makes a two headed calf and you wonder how aggressively does he's going to be a problem the left center field took a great here's the takeaway excavation even with that it has four career hits against lake does including a home run and it was a big home run to right field here in this ballpark earlier this year the picture is on deck lados throws subtle swings and misses it is one of those where is in eighth place in problem probably knows it is trying to but can afford to be a little over aggressive he was definitely aggressive on the first page change up there the first two down here comes now when it is taken for a long time another change of one on one first name is thrown out the window with genesis is away he took a swing his first time up he tripled we thought we would never see the day night I've been hiking for three with that here's the one one some animals swings and misses one ninety four miles an hour down we need to two straight change jobs related to the thing is with one strike he's not required to swing it down anyway the surprise did you get the call one and two to two down the path the latest on a quick copy he's got it throws the first and then retired son will never means after the leadoff single top of the order coming back up for the Padres giants list you're listening to a KMB.
Namaste Trump: US president fills world's largest cricket stadium for political rally
"Almost two weeks ago the US president. Donald Trump was in India for a quick two-day tour. They were no major announcements expected but donald trump was to speak in front of over one hundred thousand people at huge cricket stadium in the city of Ahmedabad it was an event that piqued the interest of South Asia correspondent. James Ocean Bash. It turns out local media when more than a little curious why an Australian journalist had decided to go along to the spectacle on me. That's the sound of more than one hundred thousand people welcoming. Us President Donald Trump at a new cricket stadium in Ahmedabad not just any cricket stadium the largest in the world. According to seating capacity the president is used to speaking at large political rallies but even hey admitted awake lighter went back in the US that this was something special. This was a political party. Indian style music was blasting people were dancing in the stands paper masks and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and president trump will being worn with glee and they were baseball caps with trump's name on them. Lots of baseball caps the back of the stadium. I'm sitting among many local media and a few other foreign journalists just trying to absorb it all and then something unexpected happened. An Indian TV journalists came up to me and asked if she could interview me a mistrial Ian replied assuming that she thought I was an American. It doesn't matter. She showed me turns out. She wanted a foreign perspective about Modi meeting trump. Why was an Australian journalist here? Does this change the way USTRALIA views? India is big news back home those sorts of questions now. India has a lot of rolling news channels more than twenty. I'm told and that means a lot of hours have to be filled with content on. Saint Live crosses done here for less so when I figured why. Not and within a minute of saying yes. We relies when all of this about say the cell but I will give you a sense of that. Maybe guests with me right now. James Lee Denisov Eaton. That's fine birth names off food related daily. Denise these all Geisha going to spawn in with ABC The Australian Broadcasting Corporation. James. I want to ask you. You obviously definitely give me the foreign media perspective. Paul you wheeling this particular democracies these elitist. Then you've seen a lot of billboards around which summit ipod nausea you've got the world's largest democracy welcoming the first democracy in fact the most powerful democracy so I certainly pro-meta Strategy and perspective with a lot of interest in how they get along and how countries get along as well On. Tv The interviewer and occupying about a third of the screen. Another thirties live pictures of the rally and surrounding. Those two boxes are distracting amount of flashing graphics with the American Flag Waving on screen and headlines about mody welcoming trump constantly changing before the viewers is Indian media is certainly more shoddy than back harm and that includes the news animations anyway back to the interview Australia itself. It's always how to focus on China and you can say that starting to shift quite significantly and even the fries. Indo Pacific is one that you hear a lot more nowadays now. That's the point of made a fair bit recently. In fact the last time I was on this program I said I expected to hear more from India incoming years but if that's true change will surely be gradual industrial change. The Way Australia looks at in there. I wouldn't say a particularly changes to why you've seen to be honest. I likely wouldn't have gone to Ahmedabad either. Weren't for this. Visual spectacle with Donald Trump went on to discuss Australia Mont possibly join India Japan and the US in naval exercises this year or next and that was the end of the interview. Only Latin that perhaps the media not belong to either in America. Third-country thought that would be the end of it. I sat back down waiting for the main event to start but then a man with a golden microphone started chatting to me. He was a reporter with another news station India. Today within minutes on back on the air answering the sign. Top of questions. There was also a bit of Banter about how Australia no longer had the largest cricket stadium in fact that was repeated to me several times in the Strip opposite studio me like this random person who answered a question about Donald Trump explaining that the M. C. J. was no longer the world's largest cricket stadium minutes after the interview with India. Today I had another request for a TV interview and then another eventually. I decided because I had my own reporting to concentrate on now as I mentioned before. There's a lot rolling news platforms in India. Sorry grubbing may or any foreign Janai for an interview. Could just be filler. But it did get me thinking about the rise of India. He had the president of the United States showering India. And it's people with price. I got the sense that this was a proud moment for many here. Regardless of their politics it signified a in. The wider world is viewing India having foreign journalists to report on that reinforce this view but regardless of what the future holds for India. It seems one thing. That's not in dispute. They now have the world's largest Cricket Stadium Great Story there with South Asia correspondent James Oaten.
Police: Rap artist killed, 3 injured in possible gang shooting in N. Houston
"Police chief art Acevedo is of the belief gang warfare may have played a role in the shooting death of rapper James Lee who was gunned down by a semi automatic in acres homes yesterday two of his friends were also shot there are no arrests G. at
"james lee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Center in fort worth against the family's wishes how and why would you roll this way the family of James Lee Lewis Tinsley was born in February with severe medical problems they're going to appeal the decision they're filing an emergency motion to stay which if granted will prevent the hospital from removing life sustaining care while the appeal goes on well I the hospital says they were kind enough to say they were going to leave the baby on life support for seven days no matter which way the decision went over them do that and it also they also the officials at cook children's hospital said in a statement that the judge's decision allows the hospital staff to make the most compassionate and medically appropriate decisions for the child now when did when did hospital staff become the deciders in the life of a child that's where we're at right about all over the parents I would I would not is unbelievable to me it's unbelievable it happens all the time CH I should believe it by now because it happens all the time even here in the United States and it happens a lot of times it doesn't make the news and you know people just deal with it yes there's the statement from the hospital was our medical judgment is that we should be allowed to pass naturally peacefully well it's not up to you you should be up to her parents agreed if they they even have said that they should look we checked with other hospitals and they all they all agreed with us oh okay and okay great thank you they say even with the most extraordinary measures the medical team is taking his like continues to suffer to keep her alive doctors and nurses must keep her on a constant stream of painkillers sedatives and paralytic man I don't know what the it it sounds bad it sounds really bad neo it she is in distress they say Tinsley's cousin tie brown says were pretty sad we're not angry with the judge or anything but you know it's a very sad feeling I would be all my gosh I would be probably in jail right now yes I know I know I would be there's no way I'm just not letting the hospital staff make the decision in the life of my child I don't understand how that's possible but again happens all the time does have it all the time because it happened to Britain it happens here and you know look we decide but that your kids can make yeah yeah and it's just not worth it we talk about death panels when the old obamacare discussion was going on with the with the existing they're crazy yeah yeah yeah that there there would never be a group of people hospital administrators that we decide whose life is worth trying to save an who's like do is over those conversations yeah based on you know yes they did the cost analysis on whether or not well what we thought it was worth it this is not a story I read this is the story I read I know that you know that there was no mention of cost analysis you know there was a doll that it is true no Sir Brigham zero if your little ideas and frame of the story okay my friend there was a gun battles sure they want to nineteen different other hospitals and they all got together decided it had a little death penalty side decision the they said and we all agree that the the could get make it so pull the plug Sir that happened not a death penalty silly it's gets crazy in here we here we are there we are the mom has no does it no decision does matter No Way trying to make a choice here the courts decided now the dad has no right to make a choice here and the family says I'm the family's lawyer says criminals on death row have more rights isn't that the truth is not the truth by the way the criminals on death row I don't have your where this they've actually committed a heinous crime to be in the position they're in number have been convicted of yeah yeah yeah they help is there yes so and the baby you completely innocent so well but I think that the baby was not feeling of not just is really done by this board and the right right so I don't know where you go with this I guess they're going to appeal and they're trying to get a stay so that you know the the life support because I doubt the appeal will be heard in a week maybe it will but usually that doesn't happen so you don't want the plug being pulled before you get an appeal process that threatened governor Abbott and the Attorney General has said that they're going to help you knows best salmon with the with the process via yeah you know so there it is yes and I certainly am glad I did I mean I have to face it simply because we're doing the story and you start thinking that if it was your family no you know and it or your child the what your reaction would be and I'm with you they would it would be ugly part of the story would be at the father Jeff Fisher is now in jail yeah yes there's no other diet I don't know it has a light green it with the hospital.
Peloton Actor Monica Ruiz Responds to Ad Controversy
"E. cigarettes the original band was challenged in court or the hold up could take it past its original expiration date the panel could also vote today on a plan to ban men fall E. cigarettes a judge in Texas must the side of a ten month old baby will be kept alive with machines or be allowed to die James Lee Lewis was born ten months ago with an untreatable heart defect she then develop lung disease and severe high blood pressure after several major surgeries her doctors at cook children's hospital in fort worth see that not only is further treatment feudal the methods used to keep her alive for adding to her suffering the hospital wants to shut off the machines that allow tensely to die her family wants more time to find another medical facility lance correspondent Jim Ryan Forbes magazine is out with its list of the world's most powerful women house speaker Nancy Pelosi is not number one but she's not far back she trails number two Christine Lagarde president of the European central bank
"james lee" Discussed on KOMO
"Efforts until more information comes in but the people who know James Lee and Amanda wind say there's not a moment to lose they're not about to stop they've been at it for hours flying the waters off Lake Washington looking for any signs of James Lee and his long time friend van a win can't give up on him any time is a factor when you're on the water. I just you know just give up. ms Li's cousin she came ashore just long enough to ask for help she wants people with lake front property to check their surveillance footage for Monday night for any signs of her cousins boat the most people scuba diving experience will also volunteer we're just trying our best and are. to do the best that we can police found the boat adrift with music blasting and food alcohol in two cell phones on deck air and water searches turned up no signs of Lee and when those efforts of since ended but that won't stop family members from running down every possibility given accounts will be out there all day. investigators do not suspect foul play at this point and say this might just be a tragic accident on a night when two people went out to enjoy the water back to you no doubt a tough time with his family social thank you police unlocking one of the cell phones on board that boat investigators now scouring the GPS system to pinpoint where the boat travel from there they hope to head back out and search the lake bottom using.
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"james lee" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Washington state that is not Washington DC. They're now fifteen major candidates who have either announced her paperwork for the democratic nomination. And by the way, our little list of boxes up. There does not include Joe Biden, separating yourself from that large field is challenge. Washington. Governor James Lee is trying to meet by focusing on one major issue confronting climate change. He's also the governor of a state that has many sanctuary cities. Here's the map of it. Just the kind of places to which President Trump is suggesting sending migrants crossing the US Mexican border and governor Jay Inslee joins governor. Welcome to be good morning. Thank you. So let me start before before it gets some other topics. Let me start with what the president is suggesting I know the Seattle mayor wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post, basically condemn the president's weaponization of the idea. But then he said all right fine. You send them we'll take them is your attitude to should this. Regardless of the president's tone should actually this part of the temporary solution. Well, this is yet another active bombastic chaos. It simply is not gonna work for this ineffective. President for several reasons. Number one, look you can't threaten somebody with something. They're not afraid of and we are not afraid of diversity in the state of Washington, we relish it. It is the basis of our economic cultural success. We're built as a state of immigrants we've welcomed refugees as we did the Vietnamese refugees with a Republican governor back in the day. And we continue to welcome. As why was the first governor to say that our state was willing to take Syrian refugees. It's why was the first governor to come out against the Muslim ban. It's why we've sued Donald Trump in one eighteen times in a row. So this is simply not going to work for him because we are happy to take refugees and proud of mayor Durkan from what she has said. But it's also simply based on a matter of these are humans. These are. People. Tell me what you knew right now, look forget, if you're elected president there might be a Republican Senate democratic house, so a quick legislative fix not there. Tell me what you do right now. Well, number one, I would attack climate change. Because a lot of these people were coming north our climate refugees, not all of them. But a lot of and the fact that Donald Trump is waved the white wave a flag of surrender to climate change is wrong. But they the migrate problem in the immediate problem. It is pretty clear what we need to do. We have to be solution based rather than sort of trolling the internet based. And if you solution base, we've gotta make the asylum process work in that means we have to have more channels more hearing officers to simply be able to process these cases, look, you don't change the law. Just because you got more cases in the federal court system or get rid of judges as he has suggested we need more processing facilities to help these folks..
"james lee" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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"james lee" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Go ahead now and just plug your stuff, your websites, etc. The best places for people to find you on the internet. Sure. So I'm on Facebook. Facebook's mazer names, James Lee, bakers same thing, Instagram. You can also find me on everywhere that you can download or streaming come on Spotify, apple Google. And if if you wanna look for shows merchandise or anything, you can go to my website, which is famously Baker dot com. All right, James. Thanks for taking some time to talk with us today. I really enjoyed it. Love the music, and we did play the first time. But guys check out some of James more stripped down stuff, his YouTube channel, my pinion is absolutely not to be missed if you are a guitar aficionado. You're going to be really blown away by James's guitar technique. Just it's just dynamite. It's all I can say. Guitar player myself, and I like jaw on floor really really enjoyed it. So if you are into great guitar work. Please check out his. Youtube channel because some close ups, and you can see what he's doing pick up some ideas. Check it out. All right. We're going to wrap up the podcast give if you can hang out from it. I need to do a little business with you when we're done you got a minute. Hang out. Yes. Awesome guys that was James Lee Baker, and you can go to James Lee, Baker dot com. And he's on Facebook, James Lee Baker Twitter, Instagram, James Lee, Baker check, it out police check out and do not miss that YouTube channel, I can't stress that and if you're really gonna enjoy that looting rock and roll circus dot com is our website. And if I wanted to mention that if you are listening to write ninety oh my God is James Lee Baker so frigging amazing. I love this hit the share button. No matter where you're listening. You listen via I tunes or wherever you're listening. There is a button to share it to your social media channel of your choice. Okay. Whether you're it's Twitter, Facebook, whatever you like and let your friends know because this is how music it's promoted this Holly gets going in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen. Now, it's you guys you guys are the music business. So shared around get it out to let people know about let your friends know about it. Because this is how we get these great artists the do that that they really deserve. So don't forget that share about him and one more time, if you are, you know, you want to get involved with a really cool group of people that are really passionate about great guitar driven music. Please check out my inner circle at Lombardi music dot com. Backsliding, or circle spent a lot of fun guys. I really enjoyed kind of guitar nursing out with James here. So I hope you guys had fun too. Don't forget we're do a lot of podcasts. And we'll catch you guys all on the next Ledeen rock and roll service.
"james lee" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Now as I was telling you is at the beginning, we have a classically trained musician James Lee Baker who fuses influences from acoustic singer songwriters like David Mead Ellis. Paul John Gorka to name. I haven't heard him a longtime Bob Dylan. Embraces open tunings to create an unconventional but a welcoming sound and timbre to his playing. So James, welcome to the Lucchini rock and roll circus. Hey, Lou, thanks for having me here. All right. So how did you know, obviously, you're a very serious guitar player. Did you start out on guitar was that the first instrument that you were sort of drawn to? No, actually, I my classical training is primarily in vocal performance. I I was raised in a musical family and ended up going to college for a couple years as a vocal performance major. I switch majors later on. I'm Chris it a career and technology, but intended music past that so so what what when he first started playing musically. One inspired you other than your family or was that what it was. Well, yeah, I, you know, every person every every adult in my life for the most part had some musical ability. My father was a drummer mother played guitar my fought, my grandfather was a piano player. My grandmother wrote gospel songs, my brothers to player so see at music, very prominent in our lives, and it sort of when it gets to that point where it's so ingrained into your life. It's not really something that inspires as much as it's a necessity. It's sort of baked into who you are. And so if I don't do it, you know, I get restless, you know, I I need some kind of creative outlet. I think it's just part of who I am. So tell us a little bit about how you learned to become so proficient as it finger style. Guitarist you worked with a pretty. Respected guitar teacher. Yeah. So. I was I don't know. What year was must have been two thousand two thousand one. I lived in a town Amarillo, Texas, and there was a finger finger style guitarist who came through town. His name was Richard Gilewicz. He's from Florida. He was trained under David Walberg in Alabama..
"james lee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You have in mind, and we'll go through the process, we touched a little bit last week on vaccines anticipate season. Right. Everybody wants you to get that flu shot. Well, not so much you need to think twice about that. And find out why? So if you have a question, you know, let me know, and we could make it happen talking a little bit today about regenerative medicine, and how it affects you and the things that you can you can do what's out there. Some of it is extremely extremely expensive. You know, they can take your own stuff, and then they can begin to produce your own heart and your liver and your lungs and everything else. And you know, if you need a transplant, they can do it with yours. The problem is is that is there. There's no, you know, as extremely extremely expensive. And I'm not talking about a few thousand dollars. I'm talking about a lot more than that. And in research settings the doctors have had about ninety eight six ninety eight percent success rate in their research subjects and most of these guys are. Either people that they were experimenting on because they were just about a desk door or they're doing on animals, but the bottom line is is that at Ohio State University. Dr Sheldon, San Dr James Lee are beginning to work on this process is all started out from something called genetic editing that came about some years ago, and they're showing some extraordinarily good application. So another ten years from now five years, but what's now what what's really going now, well stem cell treatment takes advantage of the body's ability to repair itself with and then what we want to know is what are the ones that are differentiating themselves the best right, well stem cell treatment takes advantage, the body's ability to repair, and amniotic stem cells are the ones that differentiate the most in some you're gonna say, okay, where do they get the amniotic tissue? Well, it's at birth. And there's a contract between the mother and the doctors. Research institutes at the time of birth and word, they're finding is most of the applications with amniotic stem sow work the best for pain, arthritis, tendonitis joint degeneration, and so forth. It's very important that you understand the application of this because regenerative medicine is in its infancy and it's beginning to explode. And as we know things to be as time goes on. It is going to be exponential as application from Oregon systems, a joint spaces to extending life extending the telomere which keeps you awake. The longest. We're going to get back into this. And we're going to get you know, a little bit more indepth and how to apply so many different things. But let's go to the phones very quickly Bill. How can I help you, sir? Bell? How can I help you ain't dot com? Just one I listened to you about you're talking about stem cell regeneration. And I just want to let you know that I'm not talking, but I do a lot of research on my own as far as regenerate kiss fasting. Yes. It's. L regular basis intermittent fast during the week. Dot tip. My weight down for years that way, and I read so much material on health fasting is another way that you can turn on that stem cell. We generation in your body where you can turn on the telomeres by intermittent fasting. There's a lot of research that's out there. The majority of people can do it not everybody can because of different health problems. So if you have to do what you have to step into it was somebody who has some significant health problems guiding with somebody with a physician who knows what they're doing with that or really top level nutrition. That's knows what they're doing with it. But intimated fasting is in. Here's how it works, and it started some years ago. But if you recognize that some people can go ten hours, some people go twelve some people can go fifteen or sixteen hours, the get out to the outer and if somebody who's really busy, they have a tendency to crash Nagorno hypoglycemic state, what it does it will drop your white blood cell count. Actually, if you take it at the end of the that twelve hour period or fourteen hour, period. But then when you start. Re-introducing food. During that limited timeframe it increases the body's regenerative process. And it's it's been used with patients who have cancer. It increases the telomere the tail on on the gene code which extends life, and they're seeing that limited caloric accounts, which we've known forever will expect or extend life. So you're right on the Mark with it Bill. And but the the owning Inkatha sell the only caution I have is that not everybody should go out and do it without some guidance in really understanding you've done your homework, which is a really good thing. And but you're right on and is probably best. And here's what the Chinese medicine, and I've only got about fifty seconds in Chinese medicine, the organs of elimination the large intestine the stomach the colon so forth are as highest energy in the early morning hours. And if you support them in don't give them a lot of food till about mid morning you start eating about ten eleven o'clock. And where you started having a meal that's the best time to begin. To introduce things so Bill you're right on. And I thank you for the comment is perfect. And you know, this really is a nice segue into some of the things I'm going to be talking about as we get onto the program. But yes. Intermittent fasting has its place in if nothing more restricting calorie counts, it does a great job. Thanks for putting that in triple eight six three zero nine sixty five we're coming up to the halfway marketed program. Love to have your phone calls. You listen to Dr Tom Rozelle live don't go away. Dressed.
"james lee" Discussed on KTOK
"No more play. Yeah. I'm have to put a muzzle on you. Okay. We now go to Dallas where my gains on the field. So what? Classic mistake. Linebacker trying to keep up with the wide receiver Texas score seventeen ten seventeen ten man as my handsome husband says, it's always better when we win and our winning. So anyway. This is the garden party were joy and happiness and sixty degrees, abound. Yes. Amy Ashmore the V I P M G how many letters can we put? What is your full name? Jamie, James Lee, Ashmore, James Lee Ashmore is here with us. And he is brought beautiful plan of the week beautiful bouquets. He's made this beautiful wreath. Life is always it. You must just uplift yourself all the time. Did you ever amaze yourself at how beautiful some of your things turn out? I I usually see the flaws in straight. But. Every once in a while especially with roses, or like with daffodils, I have so many of them. And I'm amazed by Hamanaka. Cram into a vase. Looking at the pictures. That's gorgeous. I cannot believe I got that many flowers into one basement the problem is it drinks all the water and like about two hours to fill it up constantly but bed. It's always the abundance. Having a large fire into the smaller vase, always to be looks better. Because it's like a feeling of vengeance. It is and it's beautiful. And we have not guessed the plan said the week yet. Do you want? It's gigantic leaf and I didn't get the last clue written down. What was it? Oh, oh, spread by resumes rise on sets, right? And what is the rise on a rise zone is a modified stem that goes underneath the ground, and it's like irises horizons. Canada's Verizon are daffodils daffodils are bolts Volve that multiply though, multiply multiply and Rizal's multiply it. It's all what what part of the plant. It is that is adapted. So like a tuber. Is adapted route and the tubers like potatoes. Okay. So and then a resume is like a runner that goes underneath the ground and anything that has a storage system. You know, it's going to be tough because things can happen to the plant above ground. And usually if if it's not good for the plant L dieback down stores alternating the rise him to come back. Now, my texters have not guessed it have you checked your phone to see if the gas garden party, Jamie gmaiLcom have guessed nobody's not always Texas in you know, this is not a normal plant. So it's gonna be hard for the money. It's not a normal plan. I don't know. I don't know where you can buy it in Oklahoma. Oh, really? Yeah. I wonder I haven't ever seen it. I got it from pers. I mean, it's it's a pass long. I got a little piece of it from somebody. It's a pass long pass lump plants plants that you they multiply divide him. And he give them to friends. Yes. So this was a pass along for me. But I found it online bits her pricey online. Yeah. I know that plant delights carries it, here's this. Here's a hint plant delights carries a cultivars to cultivate variety. So it's a named variety of plant and the one that. That a plan to lights Carey's is called sterile. Steroidal giant Royal steroid. For some reason. I would strike me as Viagra giant. But. Okay. Is what this Royal? No this. This is just the species. But makes me think maybe I need to go get steroidal giant because these leaves will be even bigger. Oh, wow. And how how big do you think that leaf is leaf is twelve inches at least across I think it's bigger than like eighteen inches off. I was going to be like twenty four. Oh, it might be. Yeah. But my shoes about off. But I'm glad it's radio. Oh, actually, you know what I totally forgot this. Did you know though? Yes. You're gonna length of your wrists to your elbow. Okay. So there's that. Yes. I'd say maybe eighteen inches. No. It's it's my feet. So I think it's twenty four. Hold me hold. It. Is it fuzzy? And that's not even the biggest one that I use these in Egypt. Does the first thing. I did when I cut one the leaves off..
"james lee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Give me letting talk it is super bowl sunday bryan suits in here until ten and then goes goes takes over and then of course five them jennifer james lee with your wakeup call and then bill handel at six pm starting with him low news gary and shannon the entire lineup it all happens you're on kfi well this is right out of the play stupid games when stupid prizes category inglewood friday night a man died in an ostra involved shooting authorities said he pointed what looked like a gun at them in inglewood around eleven pm friday to pd driving in the area of the station near west manchester encountered a suspect to appear to be pointing a handgun at them an officer involved shooting occurred thirty said the suspect was shot he later died at the scene upon closer inspection authorities determined the handgun was actually a pellet or bb gun designed to look exactly like a forty four magnum revolver surveillance video from nearby buildings will be taken for evidence investigations ongoing my spidey sense tells me there's going to be led to protests about that wasn't there a suicide note i didn't know i was a really i think he did the inglewood police had well that's why he was there yeah i didn't hear about the no early had mental health problems may have been suicidal shut the front door yeah this is this is one of my pet peeves talk about this all the time i wish people didn't kill themselves but if you're gonna do that don't make someone else do it for you right this this is something that i have never heard of happening outside of la and the first one happened like ninety two i lived on northland at sixty three hundred north lankershim right.
"james lee" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the sheriff's department people who work in the milwaukee county jail have been charged with felonies in connection to the death of two real thomas i wanna just give you a little bit a detail so here's what happened to real thomas in april a 2016 was misbehaving according to authorities in his jail cell so the lieutenant onduty named kashgar meters decided to shut his water off he was moved to a different cell and shut his water off she ordered a guard a guy by the name of james lee ramsey guy to shut the water off ramsey guy did he shot the water off k he was misbehaving cash komeito here's the one in charge never told anybody the water was shut off neither did ramsey gallo they leave that day no one knows the guy's water shut off early the next day no one knows it shut off in the jail you're not given anything to drink with your meal except on sundays that means for six days he did not have access to any water she never tells anybody the lieutenant that the waters turned off she never puts it in the log she never writes down anywhere and so he went six days and he died of dehydration after almost a week with no water now the woman in charge of lieutenant meters is nancy lee evans authorities say that she lied about videotape had videotape deleted that showed some of what happened and at pattern of conduct that impeded the investigation into thomas his death she has also been charged with felony so john chisholm the lead prosecutor charging three jail inmates with felonies and the death of terrell thomas love much more on this uh coming up a little bit later on in the show's matter of fact a 350 one at three fifty one ricky mitchell today's tmj four will join us from downtown.
"james lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Man that i've had a lot of respect for james lee witt of the clinton administration the head of fema he ah he gave us an a plus i just see it just came out and i've always had respect for him uh he gave us he's the fema director of the clinton administration gave us an a plus for how we responded to the hurricane aftermath all of the hurricanes and that includes puerto rico so i just want to thank mr whit wherever you make be now wherever you may be listening i just want to say i really much appreciate because that took it out of politics out of the world of politics in that he was with the clinton administration on i'm sure remains loyal to the clinton administration i hope he does uh so just to finish off my relationship with this gentleman is outstanding has been outstanding we are working very hard to get the tax cuts we will continue to work hard to get the healthcare completed i've gotta be surprising some people with an economic development bill later on but i haven't even told mitch because i want to focus on tax cuts and some other things right now one of the unspoken elements that we discussed it lunch at a just is not talked about yes we got a great justice justice gorsuch into the united states supreme court he is going to be outstanding hopefully for many many years but something that people aren't talking about is how many judges we've had approved whether be the court of appeals circuit judges whether it be district judges we have tremendous right now under review the democrats are holding them up beyond anything beyond comprehension they're holding up i mean frankly they have terrible terrible policy terrible policy and perhaps did not even good politicians but they are good at obstruction so i looked at some of these numbers between the gia judges and i want to say that we will set records in terms of the number of judges that if you read the wall street journal i have to give them a little bit of a a person a writer i won't mention names but you could elicit who has really been a really fair person wrote an article or wrote a editorial in a sense a.
"james lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On the twos look good news is we're not really seeing any serious issues on the roads right now ninety five north and southbound looking pretty clear at this time no accidents report earlier construction crew that was out there right around the commodore barry bridge appears to be gone traffic report is brought to you by indeedcom schuylkill expressway westbound got a heavy spot right around university in through south street eastbound looking pretty good not seeing any accidents are issues on four seventy six the blue route now 95 the ramp that goes to the blue route looks like they may be some construction in that area 320 to both ways really slow traffic anywhere from smith bridge road in through falk road they've got one lane alternating through that ongoing construction zone speaking of construction the westbound pennsylvania turned pike approaching four seventy six the blue route midcounty area that's a heavy because of a roving construction crew they're supposed to go all the way up to valley forge that will keep watching them for you not seeing any other serious problems on the pa side new jersey looking relatively light forty 255 295 commodore barry bridge is sluggish heading in its epa that's construction mass transit okay next update less than ten minutes are you hiring joined the over three million businesses that use indeedcom for hiring post rex job opening on the world's number one job site indeedcom ives di race in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center cbs tonight kevin james lee remedy are back on tv together get you just noble law unbelievable wait cbs tonight the forecast is next.
"james lee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Administrator then james lee witt one of if not the best administrators in femurs history and was a very high functioning agency up until the early 2000s this was after nine eleven when it yeah fema reshuffled again into the department of homeland security and lost its direct access to the oval office and then of course we all remember during her king katrina michael heck of a job brown has been on the ground for four days going into the fifth day why loss airdrop of fold and a water to indonesia they got a full dropped two days after the thermal stress we're feeding those people the convention so we're we have fared over one hundred fifty thousand people as of less law i guess coin is addison as they get me i hold when a disaster strikes fema is really reliant on local resources steve resources in federal resources and it needs a lot of help in these situations which is part of what didn't happen during katrina and so it's been in a decade long rebuilding period four fema ever since and so far at least with hurting harvey they have won pretty high marks but again it's an agency but today is still struggling to get the respect and the leadership that it deserves to deputy administrators have been sitting on the sidelines through hurricane harvey because the senate hasn't yet scheduled confirmation hearings for them fema has a lot of supplies sitting around in stockpiles but it doesn't have high water vehicles of its own to go into flooded areas a dozen have thousands of fema school buses to evacuate people contrary to what some of the conspiracy theories online there is no standing army four fema oh yes the fema camps exist we've covered that ad nauseam here on the common sense shows many other sites as well we know about the super facility in alaska the one where they are currently conducting behavior modification experiments the rightwing conspiracy theories fema concentration camps for political opponents of the obama administration i think part of the challenge for fema is that the.