17 Burst results for "James Lilley"

"james lilley" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"james lilley" Discussed on DV Radio

"Our building wasn't approved for a home loan and the developer who owned it at the time. And he's like. I can't do it on onnell. Heard it takes forever james lilley like. Don't worry i'll take care of it. I'll get it done in two weeks. He's like wall really like actually he's he's like it's a big misconception. People think that it's going to take months. It's just the plex in and get an approved for the. Va home loan and sure enough. You did in two weeks and all those things we're gonna talk about on the podcast. In even after used the homeowners ways they'll give a credit to make your house eco-friendly new windows. All these really cool. I've been they just give you a credit. I think it's like four or five thousand so all these really cool things. We're going to hit on if i'm not mistaken. That's that was the majority of those episodes we done. The nissen misconceptions in one of them was the length of time for. Va home loans. And i think. I think actually brad said he'd close one in under two weeks disney. If i'm not mistaken. I think so. It was like week and a half. I think it was close to. I mean obviously it does take time but i mean it was real quick. Yeah and he. He was like as soon as i asked that question. You could hear the little giggles from fourteen year old school schoolgirls in the background. Like am i gotta go sick right. Like so yeah. I'm totally with you there. And like i said you guys need somewhere to it or it we got you you gotta worry about. It appreciate bad guys are. You guys are amazing Daddy you very impressive that make yourself talk is yours. Edges like in princeton. Thank you that's all that is although that's although i mean i can do armstrong and joker but it hurts fucking vocal cords. Mike straight up. That's certainly all i can but i can't tell you right now. We have to do it. Almost everybody has heard joker. That's listening to radio because we sorta used to do that all the time. And i'd have to do it before twelve o'clock in the afternoon. I could not do it at all. It reeks havoc oma vocal cords. Anybody that's ever played. Joker will tell you the same thing if you if you do jerker the way that it's quote unquote meant to be. It will fucking fuck your vocal cords all like i don't do the heath ledger jerker i i don't. I love that voice so much because it reminds me of Tom watts But i can't do that voice. I like the the more traditional cesar romero slash mark. Hamill joker the gravelly. Funhouse voice that one..

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"james lilley" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"james lilley" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Twenty four hour news center returning from camp David where he and a handful of other Republican lawmakers and staff had been since Friday president trump tells reporters this afternoon it was a very productive working weekends we had a great weekend we did a lot of terrific meeting the message progress is being made on many fronts including coming up with the Hey killer for this horrible plague that as we set our country White House trade adviser Peter Navarro was criticizing the Atlanta based CDC saying the agency let the country down on testing he tells NBC's meet the press not only did they keep the testing within the bureaucracy they had a bad tested that set us back no comment from the CDC here in Georgia over three hundred fifty one thousand covert nineteen tests have been completed there are over thirty seven thousand confirmed cases statewide and sixteen hundred deaths tropical storm Arthur inching closer to the east coast today is expected to strengthen as it starts to impact North Carolina later in the day as far as our state no direct impacts across north Georgia so that is the good news however along our coastline the beaches are going to be dealing with some very rough surf and dangerous rip currents within the next twenty four hours as our third just sits just off the southeast coast channel two action news meteorologist ebony Dion tells us it's still a weak system with forty five mile an hour winds a young girl shoots and kills herself after playing with a gun at a campsite in Bartow county the young victim's grandmother is one of two people facing charges Kimberly Robertson James Lilley it taken into custody after the tragic shooting last night at the chip would cove in the wilderness camp road area both remain in jail here's the latest coronavirus data from the state department of public health Georgia confirming more than thirty seven thousand cases again sixteen hundred deaths a big weekend at zoo Atlanta the animal's head human visitors for the first time in nearly two months Michael green's burger was one of those first in line for the opening.

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"james lilley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Los Angeles I'm Carl result is Wednesday Thursday the fourth of December last time I checked it is always to have you along everybody we begin today with news that is squarely at the intersection of government spending social policy retail reality and work the trump administration announced this morning it's going ahead with what's called a final rule it'll tighten work requirements for the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap as it's known food stamps as it's sometimes referred to with unemployment so low the administration's thinking goes it should be easy for people to find work and the White House says this rule will save the government five and a half billion dollars over five years it's a decision not without controversy obviously on a lot of levels but it's also decision with real world economic impact because until now and five and a half billion dollars has gone to retailers market place tomorrow Sierra gets is gone oh snap dollars go to a particular kind of retailer cry Gundersen teaches consumer economics at the university of Illinois snap participants because their unlimited budget will tend to go to places that you know have less expensive food so roughly eighty percent of that benefits are spent at you know its supercenters in large scale supermarkets you know Walmart Kroger Safeway the rule change will require more people to work at least twenty hours a week to get benefits which means fewer people qualify that's the point add Bolen at the center on budget and policy priorities says according to the USDA about seven hundred thousand individuals will lose their benefits those benefits on average about hundred sixty five dollars a month for this population so certainly the places they go we'll see a drop in their business food retailers often pay their workers so little that they qualify for snap and need it to survive also those workers schedules tend to be erratic and part time James Lilley act directs the university of Kentucky's center for poverty research he says the new rule could make things harder for those workers you know in one week they might be satisfied and work requirement but then the next week the firm has well you know we don't need you are we all we need you for ten hours and suddenly they're in violation of the work requirement for that week really access retailers might feel some pressure to consistently give workers at least twenty hours a week so they stay eligible for the snap benefits they may even be spending at their own stores I'm Merrill Segarra for market place it's been awhile since we've talked bond market around here so we are going to fix that right now not treasuries government bonds which is what we usually cover companies issue bonds to most recently Twitter the social media company's earnings came in below expectations the other day so now it's aiming to raise six hundred million dollars in what's called unsecured debt debt that the all powerful credit rating agencies have deemed the below investment ray that's the word the phrase if you will below investment grade it's pretty strong signal of these bonds carry more than the ordinary matter of risk thing is profitable doesn't owe much it's got lots of cash so if it's bonds are below investment grade where is the investment grade bar in this economy right now anyway marketplace Justin hello when looking for companies get an investment grade rating on their bonds when ratings agencies thank those companies have a very low chance of defaulting on their debt these are companies that typically a fairly large they have an executable they have strong barriers to entry that support their businesses the sole Meron is the director of corporate ratings for S. and P. global which rated Twitter's new bonds ratings agencies also gauge whether the company can survive an economic shock whether the company's revenue sources are diverse enough companies including Microsoft and Johnson and Johnson have investment grade bonds running his Twitter didn't quite cut it we don't think it has a level of diverse occasion necessary or if it doesn't have necessarily the level of scandal at some of the laws of players getting a reading below investment grade isn't like getting an affine homework assignment in fact S. and P. in movies both said Twitter's balance sheet is pretty healthy Jim Vogel an FH and financials as investors are eager to get a slice of Twitter's bonds operable it's a brand name that is recognizable losing the investment grade level can have consequences even for solid companies Matteo arena in Marquette University says big pension funds in certain mutual funds only by investment grade bonds as you go down in in their writings a lot of your investment clientele goes away but because investment grade bonds are safer they don't have to pay much in interest organises investors can make more money sometimes much more with bonds at a risk here in New York and Justin how for marketplace member yesterday when all three major indices dropped on worries the trade war was getting worse you were never gonna guess what happened today we'll have the details when we do the numbers there is a certain rhythm and pleasing predictability to business and economic journalism the first Friday of every month for instance right at.

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"james lilley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In Los Angeles I'm sorry result is Wednesday today the fourth of December last time I checked it is always to have you along everybody we begin today with news that is squarely at the intersection of government spending social policy retail reality and work the trump administration announced this morning it's going ahead with what's called a final rule it'll tighten work requirements for the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap as it's known food stamps as it's sometimes referred to with unemployment so low the administration's thinking goes it should be easy for people to find work and the White House says this rule will save the government five and a half billion dollars over five years it's a decision not without controversy obviously on a lot of levels but it's also decision with real world economic impact because until now and five and a half million dollars has gone to retailers market place tomorrow Sierra gets is gone oh snap dollars go to a particular kind of retailer cry Gundersen teaches consumer economics at the university of Illinois snap participants because our unlimited budgets will tend to go to places that you know have less expensive food so roughly eighty percent of snap benefits are spent at you know its supercenters in large scale supermarkets you know Walmart Kroger Safeway the rule change will require more people to work at least twenty hours a week to get benefits which means fewer people qualify that's the point add Bolen at the center on budget and policy priorities says according to the USDA about seven hundred thousand individuals will lose their benefits those benefits on average about hundred sixty five dollars a month for this population so certainly the places they go we'll see a drop in their business food retailers often pay their workers so little that they qualify for snap and need it to survive also those workers schedules tend to be erratic and part time James Lilley act directs the university of Kentucky's center for poverty research he says the new rule could make things harder for those workers in all in one week they might be satisfied and work requirement but then the next week the firm says well you know we don't need you are we all we need you for ten hours and suddenly they're in violation of the work requirement for that week really access retailers might feel some pressure to consistently give workers at least twenty hours a week so they stay eligible for the snap benefits they may even be spending at their own stores I Merrill Segarra for market place it's been awhile since we've talked bond market around here so we are going to fix that right now not treasuries government bonds which is what we usually cover companies issue bonds to most recently Twitter the social media company's earnings came in below expectations the other day so now it's aiming to raise six hundred million dollars in what's called unsecured debt debt that the all powerful credit rating agencies have deemed below investment ray that's the word the phrase if you will below investment grade it's pretty strong signal of these bonds carry more than the ordinary matter of risk thing is profitable doesn't owe much it's got lots of cash so if it's bonds are below investment grade where is the investment grade bar in this economy right now anyway marketplace Justin hello when looking for companies get an investment grade rating on their bonds when ratings agencies thank those companies have a very low chance of defaulting on their debt for these are companies that typically a fairly large families reputable they have strong barriers to entry that support their businesses the shell Meron is the director of corporate ratings for S. and P. global which rated Twitter's new bonds ratings agencies also gauge whether the company can survive an economic shock whether the company's revenue sources are diverse enough companies including Microsoft and Johnson and Johnson have investment grade bonds Bernice is Twitter didn't quite cut it we don't think it has the level of stylistic ation necessary or if it doesn't have necessarily the level of scandal at some of the larger players getting a reading below investment grade isn't like getting an affine homework assignment in fact S. and P. in movies both said Twitter's balance sheet is pretty healthy Jim Vogel at FH and financials as investors are eager to get a slice of Twitter's bonds is profitable it's a brand name that is recognizable losing the investment grade label can have consequences even for solid companies Matteo arena in Marquette University says big pension funds in certain mutual funds only by investment grade bonds as you go down in in the ratings a lot of your investment clientele goes away but because investment grade bonds are safer they don't have to pay much in interest organises investors can make more money sometimes much more with bonds at a risk here in New York and Justin how for marketplace member yesterday when all three major indices dropped on worries the trade war was getting worse you were never gonna guess what happened today we'll have the details when we do the numbers it's been awhile since we've done brexit on the program because who can keep track right January twenty twenty is the new deadline until it's not but back this past March just before the original date for Britain to leave the European Union we took the show over there to get a sense of the economic reality of it one of the people we talked to was a honey shop owner in London's borough market her name is Samantha Wallace the shop is called from field and flour and we've got your back on the phone just to chat Highsmith hi I I imagine things are getting busy holiday wise in the borough market yeah they all yes well starting to it's the beginning of December still so it's a little early to predict how it will pan out but tradition the it's a very busy time of year the Christmas and things have been busy over there all year what with the political changes in brexit being stalled I I do wonder how you're doing business wise well actually touch wood with doing well so far everything is okay wait we all you know bopping along as as normal which is really pleasing and reassuring but that's on a background of total uncertainty which has been consistent for months and months now it feels like a kind of recurring bad dream Railey I confess I am surprised to hear you say you're bobbing along what with all the uncertainty we all yeah we are trade so far has been okay but we are very concerned about what it could be in the future place the kind of recent election that's going to be happening next week and then depending on what happens with brexit which is still massively on certain and we were supposed to be doing this back in March so it's been twice delayed and I have a horrible feeling it probably won't happen even if the current government and win again I'd say that's probably save money given recent history but let me ask you this when we were there we talked a lot and and when we had you on back in may we talked a lot about how you source your honey in your heavily into European sourcing is that still working out for you or are you looking for other other supply chains thing about us is that we work with small produces which is why all honey is exceptional quality so we hop very loyal to them and we will continue to try and support them but it does just depend on the impact of brexit we think it could possibly be the worst if it was a no deal possibly forty percent impact across to us new cost and then with the deal at them as it stands is probably around thirty percent it's very hard to just on the switch you'll ram you'll supply chain in that way and they're all loyalties are important to us as well right of course let me back you up for a minute and get to that thirty or forty percent in essence tariff that you would have to pay I think yeah under either a dealer and no deal brexit thirty percent is a staggering number would you be absorbed the costs would you pass the Manuel I mean what would that do to your business well I think we'd have to absorb most of them because I think you know what we sell is premium honey and it's a premium because is of excellent quality and limited quantity but I just don't know what that would mean for the future we have to look at how we may be changed all business and and look to what we did in the future but not is can be very difficult without knowing what the impacts will be and I guess we might know that realistically it'll probably a year even after the withdrawal ruled deal goes through because I think if I understood correctly once the deal goes through that still a year of current trading as a as a part of the European Union and then it changes yeah I I don't mean to point out your uncertainty but it does occur to me that you're gonna have to spend money on customs brokers and lawyers help you figure out what the rules are right how gosh yes we think we're gonna have to look at least ten percent on what we call in pull call so that would be new tariffs paying a customs agent a specific agent who is an expert allegedly and all these new customs arrangements that will come into place and and hopefully that's an accurate guess basically some of the wall as she and her husband owner honey specialty shop in London borough market it's called from field and flower we were there beginning of the year back in March as well thanks for time am I appreciate thank you so much they can coming up they're very afraid of librarians is that a common thing I find librarian strike back no I'm kidding the really very nice don't at me first though let's do the numbers no no rules of one forty six the downturn forty six points half of one percent twenty seven thousand six forty nine nasdaq up forty six points also a half percent eighty five sixty six the S. and P. five hundred up nineteen point six tenths percent thirty one twelve business offer maker sales force reported better than expected profits in last quarter but it lowered its forecast for this quarter and that's in shares down more than three percent today stocking alphabet parent company of Google bank one point eight percent today the first trading day after yesterday's announcement co founders Larry page and Sergey Brin stepping aside and send our China to lead the whole company China has led Google which is really the whole smash anyway two thousand fifteen there were some.

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"james lilley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fourth of December last time I checked it is always to have you along everybody we begin today with news that is squarely at the intersection of government spending social policy retail reality and work the trump administration announced this morning it's going ahead with what's called a final rule it'll tighten work requirements for the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap as it's known food stamps as it's sometimes referred to with unemployment so low the administration's thinking goes it should be easy for people to find work and the White House says this rule will save the government five and a half billion dollars over five years it's a decision not without controversy obviously on a lot of levels but it's also decision with real world economic impact because until now and five and a half billion dollars has gone to retailers market place tomorrow Sierra gets is gone most snap dollars go to a particular kind of retailer cry Gundersen teaches consumer economics at the university of Illinois snap participants because their unlimited budgets will tend to go to places that you know have less expensive food so roughly eighty percent of that benefits are spent at you know its supercenters in large scale supermarkets you know Walmart Kroger Safeway the rule change will require more people to work at least twenty hours a week to get benefits which means fewer people qualify that's the point add Bolen at the center on budget and policy priorities says according to the USDA about seven hundred thousand individuals will lose their benefits those benefits on average about hundred sixty five dollars a month for this population so certainly the places they go we'll see a drop in their business food retailers often pay their workers so little that they qualify for snap and need it to survive also those workers schedules tend to be erratic and part time James Lilley act directs the university of Kentucky the center for poverty research he says the new rule could make things harder for those workers you know in one week they might be satisfied and work requirement but then the next week the firm says well you know we don't need you are we only need you for ten hours and suddenly they're in violation of their work requirement for that week really access retailers might feel some pressure to consistently give workers at least twenty hours a week so they stay eligible for the snap benefits they may even be spending at their own stores I Merrill Segarra for marketplace it's been awhile since we've talked bond market around here so we are going to fix that right now not treasuries government bonds which is what we usually cover companies issue bonds to most recently Twitter the social media company's earnings came in below expectations the other day so now it's aiming to raise six hundred million dollars in what's called unsecured debt debt that the all powerful credit rating agencies have deemed a below investment grade that's the word the phrase if you will below investment grade a strong signal of these bonds carry more than the ordinary matter of risk thing is profitable doesn't owe much it's got lots of cash so if it's bonds are below investment grade where is the investment grade bar in this economy right now anyway marketplace Justin hello when looking for companies get an investment grade rating on their bonds when ratings agencies thank those companies have a very low chance of defaulting on their debt these are companies that typically a fairly large families reputable they have strong barriers to entry that support their businesses the sole Meron is the director of corporate ratings for S. and P. global which rated Twitter's new bonds ratings agencies also gauge whether the company can survive an economic shock whether the company's revenue sources are diverse enough companies including Microsoft and Johnson and Johnson have investment grade bonds Bernice is Twitter didn't quite cut it we don't think it has a level of stylistic Asian necessary it doesn't have necessarily the level of scandal at some of the larger players getting a reading below investment grade isn't like getting an affine homework assignment in fact S. and P. in movies both said Twitter's balance sheet is pretty healthy Jim Vogel at FH and financials as investors are eager to get a slice of Twitter's bonds is profitable it's a brand name that is recognizable losing the investment grade label can have consequences even for solid companies Matteo arena in Marquette University says big pension funds in certain mutual funds only by investment grade bonds as you go down in the in the ratings a lot of your investment clientele goes away but because investment grade bonds are safer they don't have to pay much in interest organises investors can make more money sometimes much more with bonds at a risk here in New York and just in help for marketplace member yesterday when all three major indices dropped on worries the trade war was getting worse you were never gonna guess what happened today we'll have the details when we do the numbers there is a certain rhythm and pleasing predictability to business and economic journalism the first Friday of every month for instance right at eight thirty Washington.

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"james lilley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on KCRW

"Is Wednesday Thursday the fourth of December last time I checked it is always to have you along everybody we begin today with news that is squarely at the intersection of government spending social policy retail reality and work the trump administration announced this morning it's going ahead with what's called a final rule it'll tighten work requirements for the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap as it's known food stamps as it's sometimes referred to with unemployment so low the administration's thinking goes it should be easy for people to find work and the White House says this rule will save the government five and a half billion dollars over five years it's a decision not without controversy obviously on a lot of levels but it's also decision with real world economic impact because until now and five and a half billion dollars has gone to retailers market place tomorrow Sierra gets is gone most snap dollars go to a particular kind of retailer cry Gundersen teaches consumer economics at the university of Illinois snap participants because our unlimited budgets will tend to go to places that you know have less expensive food so roughly eighty percent of that benefits are spent at you know its supercenters in large scale supermarkets you know Walmart Kroger Safeway the rule change will require more people to work at least twenty hours a week to get benefits which means fewer people qualify that's the point add Bolen at the center on budget and policy priorities says according to the USDA about seven hundred thousand individuals will lose their benefits those benefits on average about hundred sixty five dollars a month for this population so certainly the places they go we'll see a drop in their business food retailers often pay their workers so little that they qualify for snap and need it to survive also those workers schedules tend to be erratic and part time James Lilley act directs the unit receive Kentucky center for poverty research he says the new rule could make things harder for those workers in all in one week they might be satisfying and work requirement but then the next week the firm says well you know we don't need you are we only need you for ten hours and suddenly they're in violation of the work requirement for that week really access retailers might feel some pressure to consistently give workers at least twenty hours a week so they stay eligible for the snap benefits they may even be spending at their own stores I Merrill Segarra for market place it's been awhile since we've talked bond market around here so we are going to fix that right now not treasuries government bonds which is what we usually cover companies issue bonds to most recently Twitter the social media company's earnings came in below expectations the other day so now it's aiming to raise six hundred million dollars in what's called unsecured debt debt that the all powerful credit rating agencies have deemed below.

billion dollars twenty hours six hundred million dollars hundred sixty five dollars eighty percent five years ten hours one week
"james lilley" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Podcast in the D. You got. He's not here so he's not here. Cardo engine and we are beat. The BUZZER podcast burnt burnt burnt. Uh Uh I got it mostly right. You don't say podcast but you got it cool and I had most of it right. Okay Luke is this. Nothing's GonNa be worse than you episode. You got it you get a pass. No gunshots right now. She's a staff was nerve wracking like L.. Listen she knew the gunshots were coming out and he literally had it locked and loaded bike. Always just the pressure. Well Yeah as always. Our friend is late day. So spread out okay. You know what nobody asked him. Because I can't even be in the group chat so it's cool that grew channels for something else though he just kind of continued like Yoga. Have Yoga had one would just mean it though like I can still have your own make you now. It means more if he makes it but he didn't make this one. I said what I said. Whatever deal you hear everything she saying? So that's a that's something you now. The ball court. Anyway so Lou. I'm thinking you so Jim. Go ahead looking at your calendar so you can read. If you'll recap 'cause you know you need your sal. It was listening or you're ready to talk without the calendar now. I just know it was very busy. I didn't even want to like get out of the bed today. I cried at work because I was tired like I now understand why babies cry. Why when they're tired? I mean not necessarily for them because they can literally just go to sleep wherever but as a grown adult who has a job like I was just torn up inside because I just wanted to close my eyes and I could and it's not fair. That's tough is not fair begins. uh-huh you could go ahead. I I got my michael-andre out so I was hoping Katie will walk in you know during all of this but So yeah so. His mother's birthday is coming. Is this coming Wednesday. Remember pump puerile. P- celebrate with her yesterday thirty. Yes she turned the listen. She's over here. I finally figured out. Why Katie's alcoholic okay? Listen to bully me. Because I didn't have a drink because I had already finished mine. She was full of bully. Snow solicit. I'm like now understand why he is the way he is. Everything makes sense MHM Greenwich. She was babysitting to drink by the time. I got there but the personality Sada a long island with the orange juice. Grandkids yes gear. Let's listen to the show. We'll babysitting I have bought. The during I think I left. I will hurt. I drink around like eight o'clock to lie. They brought a second one that I think. Do into drinking because year. She tried to give me another long island. 'cause I guess they made their own a regular one as he tried to give me that. I said good somebody else about that for you. So yeah the The oldest person on the other side of disabled. I have no drink her long Ilinka. She didn't want it okay. And I'm like why are you. Why do I have to drink? I don't care that I was late because you got young liver. They can't be drinking. It was teen who gave it to me though whether them and Katie walking in and right now as I'm talking about how he's trying to draw me and liquor every time I'm and hang out with them. Yes go ahead no matter if you look at this man. I wish I really slander. I really really wish we had a camera here so you can see his face twisted up when he walked in walked into a lot of disrespect than I mean. I don't I I will say hello verve if I can in how are you. I'm doing well today. Say how about yourself. I am decent intro That's not the texts that I got the walked in but you know the critical. This is okay What happened did you were drunk? What are you talking about now? MOM's birthday party was not Emme who gave me the Long Island that whether mine not me what do you mean so we eighty. Oh go ahead on. What do you mean a long island? How did I give it to you? It'll somebody another is we didn't want it so I got past him. Carl drinking though. Oh so we're GONNA lie no bad I'm not was longer you got you know. What else did you feel like by the time Carter got there and by the time I left? I don't think it was that large of a gap fifteen minutes so literally. How much more were you drinking? Sir That's what I'm trying to figure out. Listen to the eldest fiery takes you get. He said you gave it to Cardo. Thank you but I'm saying I didn't give you a long island. I don't even know where the long island care. I didn't know you were drinking until you just told me right now bro. Everything that I bought with not long islander shots only shot that I'm accountable our listen green tea shots and air. Why teasha Asia The question is something else it will. No listen. I can tell you within a green tea shot so so I'll say it tasted it tastes delicious. Almost Fru- even light jamison but it is good Like I've had that before too. I'm like this is a very very nice as this is the drink that will get you fucked up. Because you don't know how much liquors going into your system. Also very true good time it was a good gonNA drink. Dame's to cabinet. And who would have morning sir. That more yeah with the start of the of the of the day you talker Yup Yup so the farm uniforms Internet Yep that man that day your mood for twenty two zero that really there my no I want to relive that I'm cool. I've had one of those moments before a few I don't even know about it but I just wanted to know. I didn't get anybody this this time. We weren't even near long enough for that to happen in just a good guitar and everybody can do family is all I can say it. It's funny because his mother kept saying make sure he gets home but like his job checking everybody else. It's not our job check on him. That's kind of his desk. That's never been the case. I don't really know what she was talking about. I just let her talk to though he will be fine. He's going right down the street a okay I was going I bought my. He will be a okay. He does not need me to check on him to check on each other. I mean I do not that I don't but typically the black men in the community got to stick together listed between the two together. I accept the fact that wouldn't as me and him is normally me struggling not him so just kinda how this plays out. That's just that's just life also so it sounds like he you know he'd be talking about Germain house she'd be like pressure people to drink it. Sounds like he's the major may not does it. Sounds like not an agent of chaos. It sound literally from what Cardo only the only parts to deal with the only the only person that I that we know that that we know that I can emit tops. You is normal because she really tried to drown everybody and their mom in Laker. But you are literally the next person in line. Only come the nomination the coast either. Because he's had he's witnessed her nonsense. No deal is the always near though In the gym where they're trying to be a team player which I didn't appreciate it Trying to look out for the whole team was the guy at the bar and jammed his win hold. His hand has all the man man with no teeth out the penitentiary. You can't confirm that you can't make it Mama said it. She don't know nothing handle teeth. I'm sorry there has to be alive thing no like you can't just take me out to anybody please. You don't ever be you. Don't ever go to anybody so we gotta just get we Cam Dan so sorry man but he had not. What do you need for to me what he not for? You gotta sit there and talk to you act like you know. I'm somewhat interested in five minutes. Yes it like. Farmers will cargo when I say he had not far like not even like you know like some like the five won't kill you. Everybody's taking the team before is okay. I can't I can't take that one for team I'm self employed. I'm sorry to this man. She's not a team player. I mean but I bought him and deal during. That's cool. I I feel like you did like. We did all by drink like they've not make. It seem like this is a while I was there sooner. Come like jam people's drinks. I'm and I didn't get to take part. This is trash trash. You should like right around eight Israelis they yes. I'm like that next time. Tragic next time I will say. Would you pay in the Adolfo. Maybe you gotta catch me in much generous move. was there once every blue blue every once a year. Rally Abby every twenty eight days something anyways sorry sorry to this man what else shall do auto catch up. Yeah we're catching up. Have you checked your calendar. Yeah Okay here we go so I got six hours a day and to go to work go to war. Jim Don't work in James Lilley go to work. I check my own sick days the vacation days. I have no more six hours a vacation. Run you out of there by now. I'm like I'm praying Ainsley. Baby Jesus Reza in the New Year or something. 'CAUSE could you burn through all of it like calm and like when I think of the days that that's just my mental health days like when I just don't feel like going to work in I have to deal with those people probably like here talk. I've pretty much birthday majority majority of my time at Amazon and I've only been there since last week of August so you don't work I really just I mean the idea. Look you take half the year off. So it's technically not my they just they just got and I can't be there. It's not good for my health. They literally like if my brain is working right in. It affects me physically and all of that so yeah Okay Jones. I'm with you I'm with you. The ESL last week The campus had a cabaret. I went to that real. Nice Real Nice Then this week take the accused. Had Cabinet for their founder's Day The ghetto time There was lot of hopping of course. Let's poppy scared a little bit. You know that might get get kicked faith punched in the face you never know what them then and yesterday was there actual founders day in and They had like a comedy show at Minis. It was very crowded and it will like small. Sounds like crowded but it wasn't like a Lotta people through. Yeah that's where the actual comedy show as in the wants to show was over Everybody came downstairs but Real Fun That's probably why I'm tired. Even though I kinda got home at a decent time yesterday I was just exhausted from trying trying to run from getting kicked in the face because they re they literally don't care what song is on they don't care what space there like there was like you know how it means pole in the middle. I'm sitting here the whole time like watch. ooh ooh 'cause they don't care they just go wherever their bodies and their legs take them and the the best as acute as the Sessa life literally minis has this great drink Is supposed to be like an incredible hulk but instead of Hennessy they do you say well. I'm sure you had a bunch of only had to do. You really need more than to rally do more. But.

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"james lilley" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Welcome back to inside the huddle joining us on the phone for Michigan the captain in two thousand three year starter at quarterback for the Wolverines from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand and James Whitley James how are you today. it was a white guy you don't good man we are good and certainly Michigan's feel of better after its victory against rockers James let me ask you a question how much like you're pretty you're pretty heated last week we spoke after the Wisconsin game so this game against rockers what did it do for you is a four player as a current like what does it do for the current players just gonna give me your your thought process after watching mission go out there and Blanco rockers fifty two and often. like you know what adversity does it introduces a man to himself and last week was that type of situation it was adverse you know we're facing the towns and we had to find some answers what I saw from those guys man what was what we talked about you know you can define toughness an effort in blocking and tackling you know that's what I saw and and you know you kind of you get a beat when you see those type of things yes certainly there there the my confidence that they had an acting was different they play with all all throughout the season James take you back to your career and what these guys are going through this week we've why **** of Devon Gardner early week how do you take that confidence that you play with against rockers of the wage performed on both sides of the ball and turn it into that type of conference you need against Iowa this week. he just seems like a discipline you focus you've definitely better football you know I mean we we look fast you know we love this time is short and to speak in the particular defense but office we have you know we put up some numbers so all call goes the setting in of discipline focus on playing fast implants I'm sure you know those type of things must carry on. okay so certainly let's talk offense and defense in and we'll get to your side of the ball here in a second but offense of Lee Michigan and some did some different things what did you notice that that that made this this office more comfortable more explosive and just more efficient on Saturday. you know was was good to see about it with office is number two he hasn't lost any confidence in St you know he's going out there you still ripping it you know had a total but more so he seems like the leader that that could really get us over the hump to get us through you know we we took some shots now feel we get the ball to a play makers you know number nine before number eight you know those receivers you know a running back number three came in and had a couple of good runs you know we have some young guys play in you know those type of things offensively didn't bother you play makers hands you know protecting the ball you know and I think you you do you do with some games if you could do all those things James Lilley for Michigan that captain and three year starter for the Wolverines from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand James one of things that talking for Monday morning quarterback he says it's so important in the first series of the game for the coaches to put their quarterback in a position to be successful and get his early confidence they did that by having him roll out of the pocket something he he really likes to do on the second play the game on the flip side how does a defensive coordinator in the first series of the game give the defense confidence what are they what's something that they can do I got to ask this question to create the conference comparability that aggressiveness in their defense right from the get go. it's about okay no one okay the tendencies of that office you know says that they're in short or medium even during the long you know what they're capable of running what there a more apt to run in and call in the correct defense for that whether the blades you know what the middle outside or what have you was old covers we sit back and kind of read the quarterback but kind of key in it'll stay that they they normally would do and then call in the defense accordingly and the guys know what okay well this is what they do in that situation we got the perfect defense of call this execute with speed you know in confidence and that those type of things really gets the the defense you know up and ready you know and knowing that Hey you know our culture he's making a right because it will put us in the proper position we just got to make the place James a couple players and stood out and we'll we'll talk about both of them here our camera grown and dachshund hill in the game against rockers and so I get asked this about cama grown why does it take so long sometimes for coaches to identify what are present when a player's potential is that he could be a difference maker for this defense so from your own career looking back on it do you remember guys that would pop in game four a game five or might be the eighth game of the season before they were really kind of show up and shine and why does it take that let dis that time for someone to come to rise up when the seasons been going on for awhile. subject that clear to showcase what he has no in his tank any easier to do that every day in practice so those codes of watching the value when every day indivisible opportunity you know he understand that Hey there's a plan that you know may have went down my position you know now's my chance so let me play a little a little closer taking these meeting rooms and you know figure something done terms of scheming you know how to position myself when I'm out there and then go out and execute one practice you know in the end you know you have that what you excuse in practice transfer you know to game day so those type of things that kind of you know how you got to take it which the opportunity you got to take advantage of it was was one of those times will stop by the State Street players the main street player right I mean the guy who can who can showcase himself find at the big house at stadium in Maine and one of things that I was told this week is is often when a guy finally gets after you just said it's it's a it you know there's a player does enter heaven Josh Ross you got the chance he took advantage the chance and how it ultimately impacts you practice wise after that maybe you know you go back to your career where at Michigan maybe you're not the guy the best practice player not showing the coaches that are your future star but you get the option in the game and then somehow it change the way that you practice going forward. yeah there's a there's a far less notice lit and when the light comes only in and you know if president say Hey it's your turn by all means you got to just you know you ready to do what you do what you gotta do I mean of course is going to be more quality reps in practice you know you'll be taking rest with all the ones you know guys who are supposed to know exactly what they're doing and from there you know just you know continue to grow and make yourself better you know within the scheme of the defense you know and understand that Hey you know I'm gonna make some mistakes but I got to make these mistakes fast you know implanted a hundred and ten miles per hour hundred ten percent effort well that's one of things that we saw a dachshund hell on Saturday right was he was very quick to the football and one of you just break down his game I know you know you you love to talk about those defensive backs what did you see a dachshund hell on on Saturday that gives you confidence for what he can be for this team as we go down here. well you know every detail as a secondary or defense rather you need that death you know going into this season you know more so this this big ten schedule lonely guys to be able to step in when when some guys can't get it done or you know to get hurt and I'm not able to be out there for us so this young president no gives us an opportunity to say okay we can call on this guy and he will answer the call. yeah I mean I in in certainly you know Michigan's had I mean you you've talked by they've had some pretty good safety play between Josh and tells the bread hawk and so when you're coaching you got this you know you're in the same situation right I mean you were you and and hi will Peterson were the two cornerbacks your freshen your Dwayne Pat minute safety you guys all kind of showcase the different times Hey we can help this football team win how do they get more these guys on the field together when they started to see like okay there here's a young player that can help us we've got some veterans that are also playing well. it's it's a mix of both you need that veteran leadership you know that accountability the experience for young guy you know to be in a big ten game you know at this stage of his career you know real early he didn't have quite the experience that you were worn out there you know having been through some of the you know the good contest in being tested you know in under under fire under pressure so as even goes on they'll be able to gain more of that but it's a mix of the you know the older guys seeing and knowing that you know when he's out there with us we can trust that he's going to you know do what he's called upon to do and the young guys you know trusting that Hey you know these older guys going to help me you'll get lined up properly make sure that won't you with you know my assignment in SO in and those type of certain things talking to James Whitley for Michigan cornerback James this weekend's homecoming did a homecoming game ever feel different for you when you're playing at Michigan. not really I mean some are in number the cabin there's others to experience you know kind of the wall through on campus you know homecoming week that Friday before we you know got on the buses and went up to get you know campus in.

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"james lilley" Discussed on Disney Discussions Podcast

Disney Discussions Podcast

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Disney Discussions Podcast

"Hi I'm sparrow. I'm eleven years old and my favorite marvel character is Loki. Hi I'm quill I'm twelve years old and and my favorite marvel character is star Lord and this is the episode where I take over the podcast. Hello AH welcome to Disney discussions today. me and my friend quill are taking over the podcast. I'm sparrow and he's quill which I just said. Okay so we're going to kind of do an endgame review talk about some other stuff we talk about so yeah all right great great so we can start with endgame so do the second by second entertain line by line yes we have. We have the illegal copy of the script without okay so who was nearly. What was your favorite part of endgame up? Wait sorry and if you have not seen endgame first of all the ones podcast second of all what the heck. Are you doing just like if you haven't seen any game year yeah okay okay in what was your favorite part of any game who I mean. I saw this movie movie recently recently seriously either okay. So what was your favorite part that you can remember just the power captain. America has to standing alone and then everybody calls that was so cool ready to fight the army by himself. He's Portal's. My favorite part had to be either. Were captain. Mark got mule near Yeah or when when uh-huh Spiderman talking specimens like yeah and then I mr Pastel because then like doctor strange said it's been five years and they need our help and he started doing swirly things he does funny. Are those like might be my top two parts. Okay who is your favorite ooh person that didn't turn into dust that wasn't endgame probably sore thought all that Thor The star of the movie I loved it. He was just playing fortnight with the Organ Dougie Numb Guard when he was playing the end game data for right down. If they're playing the game my favorite character probably wise. I don't know I really liked thor. He said I also like Captain America but I could probably had to be Ronin. Ah Yeah Oh the the end battle scene was really good yeah with like how it was like fighting the army and black widow died so sad yeah she Kinda like kill yourself to get the stone. Make the soul stone own. What if they go back like a moral was brought back. She got killed trying to get like two stone. Moore was brought back brought back. Its past more. She has wanna get the past widow. Oh Polish make that a spinoff thing marvel. That's not GonNa Happen Yeah. Okay Okay Okay Yeah but an IR mendan- saving everybody and everybody thinks iron man's last words I am Ironman. They were not hey pep pepper. Pepper Potts walked up to iron man he he he said Hey pep okay tasteless hilarious you're in shock and I noticed when airmen died on the people that were around him were war-machine Pepper Potts and Oh Spiderman Orion spider and all three of them Tony Stark made seats for so everybody around aren't like in the with Tony. When he died was people he made tubes for political so yeah that was that was really cool. Did you notice any other Easter eggs. not really. I noticed that Hawkeye had a pixel three in twenty twenty four very well but it was it was really cool with time travel. Yeah I really I really feel captain. Marvel was gonNA save it and then Ammann's like nope. Here's time travel here here. Take you twenty. Oh Iron Man's daughter. She was funny daughter. is she going to be the next on man who joint talk about any and four named the hamlet two months months ago. It's pretty cool. It was really question ever happened the four night yes. It was a fifty fifty. There were heroes vs Gitari and you had to like twenty twenty yeah it's is it always says fifty fifty but Israeli twenty twenty so like end with the heroes you could either collect. I remember pollsters which were pretty good four storm breaker which was the best yeah on Captain America Shield which is also really good and Huck huck as well which was also really good so all of them were really good yeah and then like you had to fight the Gitari and they had one hundred response and once you got rid of all other response which was which was possible we want a couple of times doing and then the Gitari had tried to collect all the infinity stones yeah and then once they got all of them than they kill all the benjamins years have no response yeah any we cut you can become famous the first person on the chart to collect the stone yes cooking for stone and then come randomly after that yes skill digits lockton allergic Charles. I'm pretty cool. Oh remember when we were playing playing on the Tatar collected all the stones out of response so it was like pretty much sudden death once like hooked on Chautari but but then lost expand killed everybody yeah yeah so what else what else talk about uh-huh just finished reading the hollows yeah. This is not this baby more nope but we can talk about anything amy wants. Harry Potter Discusses Okay this this part of the show. You can listen to if you haven't seen this is a spoilers for book that came out in two thousand seven even have not read the two thousand seven book. Please do not listen to this podcast. Okay okay who got to do it by Thursday club. Did you say who wants to who has enjoyed my I hate the Disney club started by Albert spooner always food. It's a character okay. Okay so yeah stuff like this is a bad idea making this. This is GonNa be all at. It's terrible looking looking forward to any other movies this summer. Oh far from home. Are you looking forward to any Disney movies Earth Marvel this summer yeah. I'm looking forward to far from home me too but it hasn't come yet. That's why over my house. We're going to watch it. Ah Yes okay. Why is star Lord your favorite marvel character. I just like cameras funny. He's Chris Pratt. Everybody likes Chris. He's Owen good answer. Her Not Emmett Emmett is yes. We just take that out for me movie to we're just like Oh. No Star lowered yeah. He's swung other. Gather can't remember he's the best he's the. He's the lego movie one. We'll just say like nobody played him like care. That doesn't exist uh-huh garbage it was but this is not like movie to discussions. Yes seven smoker. We're not doing that. We can still talk talk about that. I finished deathly hollows which means efforts. Potter series so emotional book. It was definitely emotional especially the part where snipe died and the Princess Tail yes the for Instance Hill was like the saddest chapter in love the part where like Harry where voldemort killed Harry like with the spiders and then the giants and then like I love I love. This is yeah you so we can talk about whatever you you want so maybe maybe maybe and then like. I love the part where he was walking before. He died where he's The resurrection stone. The James Lilley Lupin and Sirius showed up. Oh Yeah Oh yeah Lupin dice I do like the part went on. Everybody thinks Harry's Harry status just reason haggard. Where's Harry Harry just like Basayev Protective Yeah. It was really cool yeah yeah and then Terry Kills Baltimore. No had never never takes. Griffin chops off snakes. Yeah we're offered a free hugged. Drako and the movie into watch Afri hug to signing 'cause you're free huck yourself joking. Watch movie free free hugs. Wow Wow okay so we back the Disney sure okay. What's your favorite. It is character favorite Disney character star Lord like Disney character good job class president so here's a funny story so we were taking his unofficial Harry Potter quiz and it was like who would you wanna be class. President Lord Voldemort Albus Dumbledore Donald Donald Duck. I chose I chose. He chose Donald Duck. How's this class President Yeah Yeah. What's your favorite Disney theme park ride in my Disneyworld really like Rockin roller coaster think that's the best ride I've never been a rocking roller coaster. GotTa go on it. Then yeah the jets. That's why I was going to go on next time and what's your favorite ride in Disneyland Disneyland California adventure adventure which is now being credit cards but yeah he's pretty much the same thing Christians. It's the same track so incredible coaster them cool oh galaxy's edge opened in Disney land one is the release date for Disneyworld August twenty three Yeah Yeah so August twenty nine th it's coming. It's coming out so it's cool theatrical. Caso matter things talk about so I guess this is the end of the podcast to do and give more sure he won't create was this could end game reviews so she kinda sparrow takes over game review thing like but there's only like five seconds so out of stuff to talk about supposed to be at the but. I can't think of anything to do right now. Yeah Yeah so This is the podcast.

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"james lilley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on KCRW

"I am the heart and soul of this. Come around here and see her like this. A mess mess. You are sick. Bro. We're gonna finish the record. You have my word. Burping noise. From this could be a lot track. That's a different kind of horror film. It sounds like. It is horrific. Elisabeth moss stars as a a rockstar name is Becky something. Her band is called something. She and it's kind of like a Courtney love clone character. Very very very much like Courtney. Love the version of Courtney love that we all know and fear a bit. She is a a punk rock vocalist who has become world famous and has also become famous for her instability, her violence, her drug addiction, her general horrible nece. And so if you're wondering what the title means, it's because they don't actually say it in the film. It's the smell of if you've left Burger King wrappers in your car overnight on a hot day, and then you passed out drunk in the car to that's the smell. And that's the performance that she is communicating personally. I want to be near the movie barely leaves its title to the imagination. Really? But Elizabeth moss. I mean, she really nailed stark raise, you know, offering Handmaid's tale, and you have her in Jordan pills us, she's she is a bad. Yeah. This this is an uncompromising sort of no holds barred sort of performance, and in a movie that can accommodate it because it's the it is it is mostly there as a platform for her to just like run with it. Well, what about this director, Alex Ross Perry? I know his name from he's a New Yorker writer made a number of films. I'm I'm a fan of his work. He started with a little a very dark little comic. Indie called the color wheel, which was up for spirit award. He went on to do and he's in several films with Elisabeth moss. Now, she was in listen up Philip opposite Jason Schwartzman. And then she was the lead in Queen of earth. This is a film that I think plays into a lot of what he's interested in terms of the worst of human behavior. The worst of what artists think they can get away with or are supposed to get away with to be creatives. But this is a movie, I think that has a lot more of an offer of redemption. And the possibility of learning. And growing than his previous characters who were much more monstrous because I mean. Yeah, as terrible as Becky something is there is a turning point in the film in which she becomes something else. So there is that classic music bio-pic arc yet. But not in that setting not in that bohemian rhapsody sense of we never saw walk hard. You know this. This is finding new ways to tell that story. There were moments toward the end. Like, there's a there's a part where she sings a ballad in in one unbroken take of fairly schmaltzy pop song. But she thinks it to her daughter in a way that gives that song a depth that it never had before. And then at the end, there's a moment where she is relying upon her former bandmates and other women that she's worked with to sort of boost heard a moment that she needs it. And it's a moment the could've felt really hacky. But it it it it felt genuinely empowering moving onto our last movie Littlewoods. Think about leaving. Please do triple what if they lost insurance pregnancy and birth is going to be about eight or nine thousand closest place for an abortion. She said where hundreds of miles away are you going to get the money? Ali figure something out. You know, I spoke with the director of this film NIA Dacosta yesterday. And now that we've put these three films together. Really, I realized they're all different kinds of horror. This is very intense up. She says her debut movie, would you guys think? Yeah. So you know, it's funny early on. I I went in not really knowing what it was about. Or when it was set. I thought maybe it was even a western from the title. New kind of is. And then also the beginning of thought, oh is this opposed to pack elliptic film? But then I realized what set in the present day. But it is also a post apocalyptic. It is about the nightmare of being poor in this country and the draining away of the safety net and of social services and of possibilities and options for people, and it is a movie that really kind of puts you through the grinder of what it's like to live to not even live paycheck to paycheck to live sort of gig to gig. And, you know, having big things like we're gonna lose the house. I've got to deal with this pregnancy. It is it is a it is a social drama in the classic sense. And but I think in a way that never feels like it's just banging a drum on you. It feels lived in it feels felt and a lot of that has to do with the the extraordinary on will that has led by Tessa Thompson lily, James, Lilley, James is one of those actresses that. I've always found to be kind of you know, that sort of British fragile, you know, posh I saw downton abbey and she's always carried some downton abbey with her the roles. I'd here's here. Yeah. Not only as an American, but as an American, you know, struggling with poverty, dealing with with, you know, tough life issues, I was very blown away by her and Tessa Thompson carries the show. Always her performances is central here and really vulnerable and afraid, but also that she has no choice, but to do the things she's going to do the film making is understated. A few hiccups Aaron there. There's an intrusive score that I wasn't really into. Would you say it's more about the relationship of the sisters or this associate political? Yes. Both general I just like any movie where poor folks do crime to get what they need from the system. I'm always into the throated endorsement because it's a movie where the system is pushing people to do dishonorable things, and then also wants to punish them for those things and nobody grandstands it's very self righteous. It's very lame is rob in that way. Which I also wanna see. Well, thank you so much that.

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"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ideas. Our thoughts and our visions for Tampa a line in the future. We both understand that Tampa success necessitates a strong leader who is in touch with the community. That's caster who got forty eight percent of the vote in the first round barely missing winning the race outright. Then a man wanted in connection with a crime spree along Florida Suncoast and parts of the other parts of the southeast. He's in custody. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the theft of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from a construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tool. Goals in construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina. US marshals arrested Lillian Brayden. He was booked into the Sarasota county jail on grand theft and burglary charges Ricco show. Newsradio WFL a a call warning went out to parents have Orlando elementary school investigators say lily, I wanted to make you aware that one of our teachers have been placed on administrative leave for inappropriate conduct. That's Monica Johnson. Principal at castle creek elementary school on the call after forty nine year old Julio Soto's arrested on charges of molesting a child sorta taught fifth grade, according to the schools website is ninety four weather's next on NewsRadio. WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute. Walmart bowed to public pressure a year ago when it pulled cosmopolitan from its checkout aisles, not family friendly. Cosmos, critic said the activists trying to get ball marked drop. Another publication are less likely to succeed WalMart bikes the Enquirer because it's right in the wheelhouse of the WalMart customer. It's celebrity gossip that cover prices a little bit cheaper than magazines like people, Bloomberg news reporter, Matt Boyle, says the activist organisation move on is among those trying to turn up the pressure on WalMart because of a public dispute between the national enquirers publisher, David pecker and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos move on petition never gained any traction. It's gotten some progressives. Let's say titillated low a little bit. Look it's going to stay in WalMart. The only reason WalMart would remove a title like the Enquirer is if it's simply not selling at all. It would be a business decision. Walmart still accounts for nearly a quarter of all inquirer sales. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio from the root air-conditioning weather center. Rely on rude..

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"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of our ideas are caught in our visions for Tampa a line in the future. We both understand that Tampa success necessitates a strong leader who is in touch with the community Cohen to finish third in the race in which Castro got forty eight percent to barely miss winning the race outright current mayor. Bob buckhorn is already thrown his support behind castor. His former police chief Sarasota man wanted in connection with a crime spree along Florida's Suncoast and parts of the southeast. He's in custody. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the theft of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tool. Tools and construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina, US marshals arrested lily and Bradenton. He was booked into their Sarasota county jail on grand theft and burglary charges Ricco show. Newsradio WFL a robo-call warning went out to parents of an Orlando elementary school. I wanted to make you aware that one of our teachers has been placed on administrative leave for inappropriate conduct. That's Monica Johnson. Principal at castle creek elementary school call after forty nine or Julio Soto's arrest on charges of molesting a child. Detectives made the arrest last night and said they ask any other possible victims to come forward so taught fifth grade, according to the school's website, the lightning try to rebound from a rare loss when they host Detroit tonight at Emily Rena..

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"james lilley" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Did last month for felony disorderly conduct President Trump and the first lady are taking time to remember the victims of last weekend's tornadoes in Alabama. They stopped at a memorial for the twenty three people who died in the storms. The White House is calling February's disappointing job growth number a blip. The US economy added only twenty thousand jobs way below expectations of one hundred and eighty thousand it's the worst month for job creation since September twenty seventeen. Two more top officials are leaving the Trump administration Bill shine has resigned his post as deputy White House chief of staff or communications, the former Fox News executive will serve as a senior advisor to the Trump twenty twenty campaign. Meanwhile, air force secretary Heather Wilson has also decided to resign. She was considered a top candidate to become the next secretary of defense. Wilson plans to step down on may thirty first to become president of the university of Texas at El Paso, if I selection is approved Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Chelsea Manning is in legal trouble. Again, after she refused to testify before a federal grand jury. Manning was asked to testify about WikiLeaks. The former army intelligence analyst was convicted of releasing classified material in two thousand ten to the website earlier NBC's Pete Williams discussed the statement that manning released yesterday, she didn't believe in grand juries. She thought they were just led around by prosecutors that she answered questions about this when she was court martialled and incarcerated then before she was ultimately pardon. Arkansas officials are releasing video from many sources of February twenty-second confrontation between a white police officer, and then African American motorists who was killed police say officer Charles stark shot and killed Bradley black shyer because he feared for his life. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio New jersey. Governor Phil Murphy is pushing for a record fifteen and a half billion dollars for education in his budget plan. Scott Pringle has the details. Speaking at west, orange, high school governor Murphy boasted about the state's income. Priest high school graduation rate last year to a record high ninety point nine percent. He's calling for more school aid in the budget two hundred and six million dollars for K through twelve. He wants that spread across hundreds of districts, folks, moved to New Jersey or state in New Jersey because of two factors in this order number one public education among the very best in our nation and number two and Jay transit and the former we've got right on the latter. We'll fix it. If it kills me. The governor's budget proposal also includes aid for expanding preschool programs. Scott Pringle, NBC. News radio. New Jersey controversial congresswoman Ilhan, Omar is ripping former President Barack Obama during an interview with politico magazine, the Minnesota democrat called Obama a pretty face and suggested his agenda of hope and change was an illusion. She said Obama was responsible for authorizing drone attacks on countries around the world, a Sarasota man wanted in connection with a crime spree along Florida's Suncoast and parts of the south. Eastern US is in custody. Rick -ocial has the details. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the theft of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from a construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tools and construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina. US marshals arrested Lillian. Brayden ten he was booked into the Sarasota county jail on grand theft and burglary charges. Rick -ocial NBC News Radio a baby Swiss from Ohio is being crowned US championship cheese. Contest champ, the baby Swiss made by goose Berg cheese in Miller's. Berg beat out a Gouda from Wisconsin cheese maker, in fact, ten of the top twenty finalists were from Wisconsin. Brian shook NBC News Radio.

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"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Job numbers for February came in worse than expected only twenty thousand jobs added last month, President Trump committed to another piece of economic data when he spoke to reporters he says wages are going up university of central Florida economist, Sean Snaith breaks down the numbers wage growth. Was it three point four percent year over year, and that is the fastest pace of of wage growth in the entire recovery. So you know, that's not. A of of a weakening labor market the national jobless rate down slightly changes in the Trump administration. Bill shine is leaving his communications post to go to work for the reelection campaign and US air force secretary, Heather Wilson, also stepping down the Hillsborough. Elections office has certified the results of the Tampa vote last Tuesday the mayor's race in three city council races will go to run offs. In April is expected the greater Tampa chamber of commerce was planning a mayoral debate between Jean Castro and David strass Monday night, but chamber president Bob Rolex says strands doesn't intend to take part. I did hear from David strass campaign earlier today, and they have declined being able to participate. They say they have a conflict, which they had with the video recordings. We did. And with the first debate we did before the primary, so unfortunately, they have communicated that he will not be in attendance Rolex says the debate will turn instead into a town hall meeting with Castro at the university of Tampa is FOX theater. At six thirty Monday evening, Castro picking up an endorsement today from third place. Finisher Harry Cohen a third of soda man wanted in connection with a crime spree in much of the southeastern US is in custody. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the theft of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from a construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tools and construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina. US marshals arrested Lillian Brayden. He was booked into their Sarasota county jail on grand theft and burglary charges Ricco show. Newsradio WFL remember Aramis. Ayala, the Orlando state attorney who lost all her capital cases when she announced her opposition to the death penalty. The Orlando Sentinel reports I is husband voted illegally in two elections. David yellow was a felon and before amendment four went into effect. He couldn't vote destroy Ella claims. He didn't realize he was still barred from the voting booth at the time. Friendly fire controversial congresswoman Ilhan, Omar is ripping former. President and fellow democrat Barack Obama during an interview with political magazine, the Minnesota democrat called Obama, a pretty face and suggested his agenda of hope and change was an illusion Omar is a freshman Muslim lawmaker who recently came under fire for challenging US policy toward Israel. She said Obama was responsible for authorizing drone attacks on countries around the world. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Pinellas deputies are bringing charges against a sixteen year old boy after a stolen car went flying into a house on east field drive in Clearwater late Thursday night. They say Caleb Wagner was already on probation from another stolen car case. He's in the hospital right now, a substitute teacher near Orlando accused of molesting children at the schools where he worked may have more victims than previously realized investigators in Osceola county say they now believe nineteen year old for new side shared groped ten girls at three elementary schools. He's in jail without bond Tallahassee far from the people close to the money. One state Senator wants to make our state capital a little closer. Kevin Rader wants a study to see if it would make sense to move the state capital to Orlando. It's not considered to likely to get very far closing numbers. On Wall Street. Dow off twenty three NASDAQ down thirteen s and p five hundred off six five oh five oh five at News Radio W, F L A. And here's the Bloomberg market minute. Arrays for the flat line to close out. Trading on Wall Street, a substantial recovery since the stock averages had been starting to edge closer to one percent losses by the closing bell. The Dow was down just twenty two points. The NASDAQ thirteen the SNP six investors started looking for the brighter side of the week February jobs report, which showed only twenty thousand jobs created last month. But a dip in the unemployment rate below four percent and a healthier almost three and a half percent increase year over year and average hourly pay while strategists say that did spark some worry about possibly slowing labour gains along with spark of inflation and that higher pay some analysts decided instead to focus on the longer term positive trend for jobs, Wall Street, also shrugged off a call from democratic presidential candidate in Massachusetts. Senator Elizabeth Warren to break up big tech. She would designate Facebook, Google and Amazon as platform utilities. Those companies would be barred from owning participants on the platform for NewsRadio WFL a on Joan. With a Bloomberg business update..

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"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ideas, our thoughts and our visions for Tampa a line in the future. We both understand that Tampa success necessitates a strong leader who is in touch with the community. Meantime, there's word of proposed debate will not take place Monday night, the chamber of commerce invited both castor and David Strasbourg Strasbourg out claiming a scheduling conflict, remember Aramis. Ayala, the Orlando state attorney who lost all her capital cases when she announced her opposition to the death penalty. The Orlando Sentinel reports. Dialys husband David voted illegally in two elections. He was a felon and before amendment four went into effect. He couldn't vote destroy Ella claims. He didn't realize he was still barred from voting at the time. A sir man wanted in connection with a crime spree along Florida's west coast and other areas is in custody. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the fact of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from a construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tools and construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina. US marshals arrested Lillian Brayden. He was booked into their Sara soda county jail on grand theft and burglary charges Ricco show. Newsradio WFL a even though the house overwhelmingly passed a resolution condemning anti semitism. Thursday, many who voted for it expressed frustration that it didn't condemn Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar by name for her remarks about US-Israel relations, those include south Florida democratic congressman Ted Deutch words matter. For generations. They have had dangerous consequences for me for my family and four my people. This shouldn't be so hard bay area. Republican congressman Greg was one of twenty three house members who voted against the resolution, which also condemns anti-muslim bias and white supremacy. Tele Hassi far from the people close to the money. One state Senator wants to make our state capital. A little less distant for most Floridians, Kevin raider wants a study to see whether it would be better for the people and for lawmakers to make Orlando the state capital, but it would also mean moving the state supreme court and governor's office. So it's not considered likely to make progress. Martin skelly the so-called farmer, bro who raised the price of aids drug from thirteen to seven hundred fifty dollars a pill serving a seven year federal prison sentence for securities fraud. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports skelly is running his business from behind bars. Using a contraband phone. Federal inmates are not allowed to have cell phones. It's three oh five at News Radio. WFL? A whether is next.

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"james lilley" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"But also, I think that even if we didn't we got we're lucky enough to like know, maybe a lot of the people that were in it. But I think even if you don't you're going to like, well, you're gonna wish you because it's just like your love with character, so vivid which is another. About how Sarah Schneider in that? Chris Kelly knew what the fuck. They might have some talent. Finally, somebody's got to say it, and I guess it has to be breaking news right here. Raking news, maybe episode is cold, but Rickett news. Breaking news. Chris Kellyanne center Schneider. Of what was I gonna say? Oh. About how like she said. The culture that informed. Her was Austin powers. Oh, sure. Yeah. And I said like what's cool about the other two. And I love shows like this where every character every supporting no matter big, nor small is just also vivid. Like one is like it's real show. She says he gets like the biggest laugh out of me. She says the word she goes shore. And the way when she says it wants just do Elena. Just amazing. That's not. That's what we got that part out. We're not gonna cut that out. Okay. Okay. Why? Because you know, what I'm a fucking prestige actress, and I demand edit who we respect the who who are the prestige actresses right now that are lighting your fire. The hardest the hardest who are the prestige. Okay. The genuinely like the prestige actresses that are lading my fire the hardest. I like putting you on the spot with the it's fine to put people on the spot on an interview podcast. It is hey, it's actually fine. That is the t-. Honey, I feel put on this. You're putting them on the spot bitch lost culture re star. Venom venom. I am a snake a white hot rock hair snake. So anyway, yes, no. I should remember. The I wasn't biting to be on the third party. No, no direct contact with either of you setting this up. I know. I mean, I remember when this podcast started. You guys were what twelve episodes, and and you had this old bag shed on. And I came in. I knew the I don't think so Honey was coming. And I thought God, I really hope these boys go somewhere. Now, look at them. Having a third party set up their guests, a lovely lovely person named Sam. Yes. Exactly. He's been doing a great job. I'm sure yes. No. Yes. She has. Agreed. And the fact of the matter is you're here. Yeah. Exactly. I like imposed a question. Becky, I like her Becky Becky, what's her name from Mumia too. Lily, James, Lilley, James. Lovely jayme. Miss lily, Jane seen baby driver. I have she's grey. Maybe she's great and Bill baby driver, just because the way she baby. Baby. She's so funny. She killed Razi southern accent. Like, oh, I love that. It's basically that our old pal animals in it. Oh, yeah. Your old pal Ansell? We I know this until and he threw the voter hat. He screamed at us. He's was east said it was bad merch. Right. It was bad enter armored. Guess what? Guys..

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"james lilley" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"james lilley" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Immediately suspected that it was the cloak of legend and one of the deathly hallows, quote, I had long since given up my dreams of uniting the house, but I could not resist. He says beginning theme of temptation that we'll see throughout his unburdening. He asked James to take the cloak to more closely examine it and confirmed. It was unlike anything he had seen quote, and then your father died Dumbledore says bitterly, and I had to hellos at last all to myself. We're seeing more and more of the guilt that Dumbledore carries the disgust. He shoulders not only for his foes, but for himself hairy again attempts to Albacete noting that the cloak would not have saved James Lilley against voldemort power. But while Dumbledore is grateful, Harry does not yet understand that for the house are and have always been at every turn a poison chalice. The quest for them bound him and grim to wall together and resulted in the death of his sister Yana, he became master of the elder want by defeating his former best friend and lover decades later. Long after he had given up the dream of uniting the hallows the visibility cloak by happenstance found him and while it was in his care. It's owner and his wife were murdered their son orphan and marked for lifelong battle and Dumbledore discovered the resurrection stone as part of more Vullo Goncz ring in the course of investigating voldemort torque crooks plot only to find his old ambitions in their attendant weaknesses reawakened leading him in a fit of carelessness to put on the ring. Which was of course, also core crux, and thus cursed the hallows as we'll see when dome door laws. Harry's mastery of them are not inherently evil like corks are but they are not for the week. They were in a sense, the great folly of Donald doors long and eventful life. What? With these regrets and more that will soon reveal themselves playing through his mind Dumbledore says in response to Harry's query about whether he had stopped looking for the hallows by the time James showed him the cloak quote. Oh, yes. He says, you know, what happened? You know? You cannot despise me more than I despise myself. That's what we said our producers everytime late for record them. Harry does not despise Dumbledore. And he says, so how could he all he ever wanted was with Dumbledore is giving him here the truth trust love, quote, then you should says Dumbledore still sickened by his own mistakes and their cost he mentions Arianna 's quote ill health after the mogul, boys attack. Never using the word of scarcer obscurity, which does not appear in the original seven books as we will hear in the fantastic beasts movies, but still further confirming in hindsight fan suspicions that this is what Ari Ana became after her. Magic turned inward. He mentioned his father imprisoned for trying to avenge his daughter. He mentioned his mother who gave up everything to care for child. Quote. I resented it. Harry. It is among the most nakedly cold lines from one of the series most beloved characters and for that reason it is a tiny miracle. Dumbledore at last willing to sacrifice what others, including Harry might think of in order to lay his soul bare when Avas mother died, he viewed the responsibility of caring for his sister's an anchor a burden in his Callo youthful, selfishness albums came to feel that he was sacrificing ambition his future. His greatness quote. I was gifted I was brilliant. I wanted to escape I wanted to shine. I wanna glory. He implores Harry to understand the he loved his family. He did not wish the mill quote, but I was selfish Harry, more selfish than you who are remarkably selfless person could possibly imagine. It is shocking to hear this. But also transformative illuminating Dumbledore who so often seemed like a God is showing us that he was a mortal flawed blind. Like, so many of us so often are to what matters most and his ability to transcend, those desires to fight for good both in himself in the world is a lesson for everyone a testament to the power of our choices and our.

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