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"jill snyder" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is asked to contact Newton police. Ah local construction worker is hoping to build a new career in Children's books that Rufus Resume is all Over the road Sales real estate owning a pizza shop bill always kept writing. In my spare time. He currently owns a construction company and framing him and now, thanks to the pandemic, he's a published Children's author to Mats. Debut book is called Freddy, the Frog flying his Frisbee. When I started writing the stories, I found out that they were based on the liberation. I don't know what alliteration Woz credit for that goes to his wife, Third grade teacher. They also have a four year old daughter, who was a valuable consultant on this project, the great assistant, no question and the lesson he hopes. Takes away from this book is one he's learned many times throughout his career. It's okay toe. Try something and you can fail but the biggest part that makes us stronger. You keep standing up, giving it another shot, you know, kind of like writing a kid's book that sure WBZ Boston's news radio till it e company ever source and in New Jersey solar Energy Company are slapped with very big fines. For violating Massachusetts environmental laws ever source and CS Energy have agreed to pay up more than $300,000 for allegedly polluting a brook and other protected areas while constructing a nearly 12 acres solar array in Southampton. The state's attorney general's office says the two companies violated the Wetlands Protection Act and Clean Waters Act. Meanwhile, ever source says it takes its role in being environmental stewards very seriously. Vehicle inspections back in action at the arm, the most of them anyway. After weeks of problems with the state's vendor. This happened after the company a plus technologies was hit by malware attack. It's hopefully all ahead full of motor vehicle inspection stations across Massachusetts in the wake of the malware attack that crippled the system that supports the state's mandatory annual safety and emissions inspection program. The attack on March 31st brought the inspections to a halt that lasted 2.5 weeks. As the inspections resume. There's a backlog of 30,000 stickers that expired in March. Another 160,000 stickers expires this month. It's the latest but not the only problem to hit the are envies inspection program lately, many motor vehicle owners Allow their stickers to expire during the pandemic, prompting the registry to offer a temporary grace period to allow vehicle owners to get their vehicles inspected and stickers renewed. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio, It's Naina weighed over now to Bloomberg business. You might think that the beauty industry is run by women, but that's not really the case, 89%. People in this industry are female. The reality is we found out majority is a decision making are still held by meth. Well, a company's CEO and a young Scrivener says her company recently took a deep dive into inequity in the beauty industry and found one way to address the issue is to approach every opening with an equal slate color gender, and we always want to make sure it's the bus candidate, but if we start with that lends people of bubble up and young Scrivener says investing Female employees is also important. We were also making sure that we were giving lessons to our clients to our partners so that they could elevate their skill set. The beauty industry has been hit hard by the Corona virus pandemic and estimated 44% of Salon's closed and one in seven salon workers had to cut back. They're ours. I'm Jill Snyder. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. It's 909 coming up for you around. 9 15 a warning about paella, thons popular treadmill. Don't miss it. There are all kinds of voice controlled gadgets in your house. Tell.
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"The shooter was armed with his father's thirty eight and a shotgun at the at the moment there they're still searching houses and they're searching cars because they believe there's some booby traps that's another explosives still out there to be found so what do we know joe about the suspect what do we know about the toll at santa fe today we know he's seventeen we know he's in custody in santa fe's one story police station the fbi and state police are tailgating him we know we know there's ten ten people have perished there's ten folks in the hospital including cleaning the school safety officer who was shot and critically injured and that's where it stands right now bloomberg houston bureau chief joe carroll with us from santa fe high school in santa fe texas there may be mass casualties in the crash of a cuban state run airliner that had at least one hundred ten people on board that's about boeing seven thirtyseven crashed into a yucca field shortly after takeoff from havana 's international airport cuban officials say three people survived but they haven't given an official toll on who may have perished their global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm jill snyder and era will reportedly end at goldman sachs in a matter of months the new york times says ceo lloyd blankfein is likely to step down at the end of the year the report says that would clear the way for golden president david solomon to succeed blankfein he was named the firm's sole president in march sprint has removed an obstacle toward a takeover by t mobile bloomberg's gina cervetti has details the wireless carrier has one investor approval to change.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio it was my mistake and i'm sorry that is the message facebook ceo mark zuckerberg we'll take to capitol hill tomorrow and the next day two days of testimony on data privacy and misuse of his platform in election sense is that he takes it seriously because he knows that there is going to be a hard look at regulation democratic senator bill nelson says he's gotten assurances from senate commerce chairman john thune that hill hall in cambridge analytica for questioning on capitol hill as well as for nelson he's about to face a tough reelection fight florida's republican governor rick scott just announced he's running for nelson seats we must change washington we will change washington together let's get washington to work nelson i should say scott is term limited from running for reelection as governor global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks ethan now with our other top stories and jill snyder google's youtube is being accused of violating us law on children's privacy a coalition of child advocacy and consumer groups is asking the government to investigate the groups say youtube uses the information to illegally targeted advertising us airlines are getting better at many things except getting you to your destination on time bloomberg's steve potisk has the story according to a new report by the transportation department airlines are losing fewer bags and are bumping fewer passengers industrywide ontime performance never great declined of it last year when eighty point two percent of flights arrived within fourteen minutes of schedule which is the government's definition of odd time that was down from eighty one point four percent in two thousand sixteen complain lodged with the transportation department dropped to although most aggrieved travelers complained directly to the airline and carriers don't report those numbers steve.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is bloomberg let's get a check on world international headlines once again we check in with nathan hager in our bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc high nathan clark carol we need to turn grief into action that from president trump during a white house meeting with most of the nation's governors today nearly two weeks after the florida high school shooting we don't have any action it happens a week goes by let's keep talking another week goes by we keep talking two months go by all of a sudden everybody's off to the next subject at when it happens again everybody's angry and let's start talking again we had this time the white house says president trump will talk with a bipartisan group of lawmakers on wednesday to redress gun violence president believes that we should look at strengthening background checks and we're looking at all of the different ways to do that and have it made a final determination on what that should look like spokeswoman sarah sanders also says their support for the concept of raising the minimum age for buying high powered weapons to 21 republican congressman thomas massey of kentucky tells bloomberg hill introduced a bill to lower the age for buying all guns to eighteen and also says he wants to lower the drinking aged eighteen russia has vetoed a britishdrafted un resolution that would have promised action against violations of the un arms embargo on yemen that's resolution would have cited iran as a violator rush should then put forward its own resolution extending sanctions as well as the mandate of an expert panel that's monitoring them that resolution passed unanimously south african president cyril ramaphosa's made sweeping changes to his cabinet he's appointed david mabuza as his deputy and the lawn london a as finance minister it is a dramatic comeback for ninna he was fired three years ago by former president jacob zuma global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries bank nathan now with our other top stories i'm jill snyder apple is preparing to release a trio of new smartphones later this year the largest iphone ever and upgraded hand sacked the same size as the current iphone ten and a less extensive model with some of the flagship phones key features according to people familiar with the.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Made june four more charges today in connection with a special counsel's probe of russian interference in the election and attorney has been charged with lying to federal investigators about his interactions with the former trump campaign official the charging document accuses alexander swan of making false statements to investigators about his interactions with rick gates a longtime business associate of trump's former campaign chair paul manafort both gates an manafort were indicted last year on charges of conspiracy to launder money as well as acting as unregistered foreign agents a hundred marjorie stone and douglas high school students are heading to florida capital this afternoon to put pressure on the state's republican controlled legislature to consider a sweeping package of guncontrol laws this after seventeen were will that the school last week student alex win says he's still struggling with what happen i'm terrified to go back to school i want change that happens so badly i don't want to feel unsafe in my own school the students say they also want to pressure congress for changes and planned a march on washington next month president trump is back at the white house says the debate over guncontrol heats up the white house's indicated the president could be open to improving the federal background check system the un children's agency also known as unicef staff has issued a statement of protest against the killing of scores of people including children in the syrian government bombardment of rebelheld suburbs of damascus at least ninety eight people including twenty children were killed in yesterday's attack global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm here think fancy now with our other top stories i'm jill snyder food and drug retailer albertans will buy right eight the companies have a combined value of about twenty four billion dollars the companies say they will keep headquarters in both boise and camp hill pennsylvania which is we're.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Currency bandwagon bloomberg's the tree sikora tells us more atari is taking a stake in a company that is building a block chain based digital entertainment platform and as part of that agreement it will create its own digital currency called atari token the company is also expanding its online casino gaming partnership with perry play to allow gambling with digital currencies attorneys chairman and ceo says bloch chain technology could quote transform if not revolutionise the current economic ecosystem especially in the areas of a video game industry and online transactions patrice sikora bloomberg radio divorces could turn even more bitter in the us asked president's new tax law includes a provision that scraps the tax break divorcees get for paying alimony the american academy of matrimonial lawyers expects an escalation in legal battles coming up the draft close i'm jill snyder this is bloomberg a commercial message ever wonder why weddings are so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that and much more join hosts dan moss kate smith in scotland for a weekly jargonfree dive into the top stories that drives the global economy find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts when i grow up i wanna be a new pair of blue jeans when i grow up i wanna be a kid's first computer when i grow up i don't wanna be a piece of garbage and if you recycle me i won't be give your garbage another life recycle learn how at i won't be recycled.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Less than seven weeks another performer is announcing his retirement from touring paul simon says his upcoming tour will be his last he says it's because of the toll it takes on him personally and because of the recent death of his lead guitarist elton john last week announced he will retire from touring in about three years global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm jill snyder tesco has named booker group ceo charles wilson to be in charge of its british and irish operations that creates a strong number two two tesco chief executive dave lewis wilson engineered the five point two billion dollar sale of booker to tesco the uk's biggest retailer avon has named its first mail chief executive officer in almost two decades the president of unilever's european unit yawns cider feld will succeed sherry mccoy at the cosmetic seller avon wants to revive its business outside the us broad com is trying to force qualcom to come to the bargaining table for what would be the biggest technology deal ever be details from bloomberg's steve potisk broad governor has raised its hostile bid for qualcom too about one hundred twenty one billion dollars according to a statement today the new offer of eighty two dollars a qualcomm share will be broad coms final offer while comes board previously rejected road comes original one hundred five billion dollar acquisition approach and has since dugin against the threat of a takeover qualcom has also argue that regulators would be unlikely to quickly if ever approve such a combination steve potus bloomberg radio jerome powell has been sworn in as chairman of the federal reserve powell pledged to support continued economic growth and a healthy job market remaining vigilant to any emerging economic risks powell replaces janet yellen who was not reappointed by president trump for a second term deutsche bank is playing to return to a corner of the credit derivatives market that's according to people with knowledge of the matter we hear more from bloomberg's a lisa for anti the german laender tells clients that it plans to.
"jill snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Include those focused on energy storage and electric vehicle charging networks jeff belanger bloomberg radio hbo's new strategy of making its original content available on amazon and other streaming services is paying off a person familiar with the matter says the web only version of the channel added more than five million subscribers in the us some of america's top economists wants cities to call a truce in their fight to get amazon's second headquarters they want the towns to band together and quit offering amazon multibillion dollar incentives such as tax breaks economists call that anticompetitive among the cities who made the first cut atlanta boston los angeles and new york in europe manufacturing grew this month at one of the fastest pace is on record that's according to the latest purchasing managers index coming up the drive to the clothes i'm jill snyder this is bloomberg the art and antiques were there are only three northern white rhinos left in the world together we can turn things around your support of the san diego zoo global wildlife conservancies help support groundbreaking solutions join us now at end extinction dot org why are vis dying what's the deal with north korea what exactly is bitcoin anyway get clear concise fourminute answers to these and other complex questions with bloomberg quick date hard to explain topics explain simply visit bloombergcomcareers take ever wonder why weddings are so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that and much more join hosts dan moss kate smith and scotland for a weekly jargonfree dive into the top stories that drives the global economy find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts one eighty over.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I think we have to examine them absolutely okay because you know what we don't wanna do is three semi automatic rifle syria one pole one shot which constitute ninety plus percent of firearms that the american public own why fulsome pistols you know we're we're we're not going you will eliminate and do something or even support anything that is going to eliminate the right to keep and bear firearms semiautomatic firearms a military style firearm serb none of those types of laura i would have had any effect but what we do need to look air is likely a career has done in the past mechanical devices that create a whole auto effect they have had their cases were they may be something you on introduced on the market and then later it was deemed illegal and start you several examples bet i don't know but i think we ought to have the discussion see russel's with us congressman army vet who also who also so is a a you have a weapons menu you're weapons manufacturer i'd firearm manufacturer the only way i am we uh we manufacturer a semiautomatic ordering arms and they are in the throes i want you to hear this i wanna which it here i want you to hear jill snyder of uh especially jewish on cbs today because this guy this guy broad bought thirty gove rifles in the last year kutty how many firearms were harshest in the last from october twenty six things a september 20 2017 purchase thirty three firearms majority of rifles hatton set off a red flag anywhere atf we were notified of the purchases of the rifles we would only get notified if there was a multiple salem which the consumer his inches at is steve could that be visited do you think they'd go curtly compton we could examine but i tell you were a criteria for automatic criminality you would have to put me in prison uh you know you have a lot of firearm collectors that route there they both trade and so oh will purchase firearms on a regular basis because they're collectors you know it's no different from sports cars were were in a different things that you.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Investigation and being very candid here he is last night cut one this individual was premeditated obviously premeditated the fact and he had the type of weaponry in amount of weaponry in that room it was preplanned extensively and i i'm pretty sure he evaluated thing that he did in his actions which is troublesome one eight six zero eight seven six six on so we'll be able to discuss that i could cheerful border has been flat out phenomenal and i also think i also think that he has been so candid and likable so many times and we saw it last night so many times we we see these guys come up their neural agitated because in the middle of an investigation in iin the fray is life is in the fray is life and death decisions so you get aggravated by asking the as to seeing questions however when it comes to when it comes to uh when it when it comes to finding out what's happening without giving away the investigation if at a very interesting that in the philippines they have received tens of thousands of dollars from this guy who is a multimillionaire also which i think is noteworthy he gave one hundred thousand dollars last week to the philippines but there's no proof did at one to this woman the figure that will who you bailing it too what do we have pictures of you in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve in the philippines and when isis continues to double down and there's no proof in the fbi says no limit to no links right now to international organization but isis says he hit las vegas isis called an attack like this isis says he's been one of ours now i don't believe them but they do have a track record of exaggerating but not flat out lying for the most part jill snyder talked about who's an fbi agent talked about the arsenal that they discovered cut six currently forty seven firearms have been recovered these firms recovered front are you different locations locations consisted of the hotel room as well as verde and skeet nevada air purchased in nevada utah california and texas the gunman purchased rifles shotguns and pistols so some people send back there and.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WLOB
"Every few months you have the number of deaths that were at the in las vegas you have them in some major cities i don't know how many exactly what the the numbers are but there are a lot of deaths a lot of gun deaths and that may be a crime enforcement issue not a gun control issue at all because as you know some of these cities that have the highest murder rates have the most strict gun laws right let's listen to some questioning jill snyder from the atf this this is a question that a lot of people in the media have been firing towards republicans and also progun people how many firearms were purchased in the last year from october 2016 to september twenty eight twenty seven seen purchased 33 fire the majority of the rifles hatton his set off a red flag anywhere atf we were notified of the purchasers of the rifles we would only get notified if there was a multiple salem witch 52 petrol purchase why is there no notification if someone is buying rifles there's no federal law requiring okay so that's the that was nor o'donnell she's asking why don't red flags go off of someone purchases more than a certain number of firearms talk about that with mike baker yesterday well he said that may not be the best gauge for someone by someone could accumulate guns slowly over time could be building an article arsenal for years and years right someone who could be a sportsman might buy a gun use it upgrade to a different gun they might go through.
"jill snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin in washington dc and i'm steve inskeep in las vegas the sheriff here has been calling sunday's match shooting premeditated and this morning we have a better idea just how premeditated it was the gunman modified many of his rifles to fire somewhat like automatic weapons he also we now know set up cameras to watch his back and that's where we begin within peers martin cost has been following the investigation he's here in las vegas with his high martin good morning so how did you positioned the cameras well looks like he had serve a defensive perimeter at the entrance to his room used at the end of the hallway have two cameras out in the hallway looking down the hall another camera in the people of the door and police believe it was a way for him to keep an eye on who was coming up behind him as he was doing his deed and we know that to a security guard for the hotel was shot through the door early into assault so it looked like he was keeping an eye out who's coming up and ever since we heard the video of those long bursts of what seemed like automatic weapons fire we've been wondering how we modified his guns he hasn't looks like we now have confirmation that he was using what are called bumfighters stocks twelve in brussels have these attachments on them and now as you know a semiautomatic rifle which is legal in this country is the kind of rifle were you for every round you have to pull the trigger by one shot free every time you pull the trigger a fully automatic rifle which is illegal two two so at least a new one is a steady stream one poll would trigger pull these bumfighters stocks let you can vert from the pool per bullet to something where you get a steady stream meaning it fires like an automatic weapon but is it legal this used to be a gray area but a few years ago the government decided that these are indeed legal technically legal this is how jill snyder of the.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin in washington dc and i'm steve inskeep in las vegas the sheriff here has been calling sunday's mass shooting premeditated and this morning we have a better idea just how premeditated it was the gunman modified many of his rifle to fire somewhat like automate eric weapons he also we now know set up cameras to watch his back then that's where we begin within pure as martin kostya has been following the investigation he's here in las vegas where those high martin good morning so how did you position the cameras well looks like he had sort of a defensive perimeter at the entrance to his room used at the end of the hallway had two cameras out in the hallway looking down the hall another camera in the people of the door and police believe it was a way for him to keep an eye on who was coming up behind him as he was doing his deed and we know that is security guard for the hotel was shot through the door early into assault so it would book he was keeping an eye out who is coming up and ever so since we heard the video of those long bursts of what seemed like automatic weapons fire we'd been wondering how we modified his guns it looks like we now have confirmation that he was using what are called bumfighters stocks twelve in brussels had these attachments on them and now as you know a semiautomatic rifle which is legal in this country is the kind of rife four were you for every round you have to pull the trigger by one shot fruit every time you pull the trigger a fully automatic rifle which is illegal two to so at least a new one is steady stream one poll would trigger poll these bumfighters stocks let you convert from uh the poll per bullet to something where you get a steady stream meaning it fires like an automatic weapon but is it legal this used to be a gray area but a few years ago the government decided that these are indeed legal technically legal this is how jill snyder of the atf who's on this case explain this the classification of these devices depends on whether they mechanically alter the function of the.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WTMA
"Of his wet benz and the bump fire has been cleared by the atf it is legal it's expensive but it is available the massive las vegas shooting has reignited the debate over everybody now guncontrol here's a report the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives says twelve of steven paddocks guns at what are known as both fire stocks which allows semi automatic weapons to be fired much more rapidly special agent in charge jill snyder funfair stocks while simulating automatic fire do not actually alter the firearm to fire but a medically making them legal under current federal law investigators are still looking into which weapons the shooter actually used in sunday's massacre i'm andrew spencer in the meantime the girlfriend of the las vegas shooter is now back in the united states he is correspondent scott mclean barely daily arrived on of flight from manila at la acts the airport in los angeles just after seven o'clock this is according to immigration officials in the philippines it also fbi sources speaking to our evan whereas what's not clear at this point is whether or not she will travel on to las vegas via flight via car do you trust hip mainstream media these days while a new survey says you do president trump's attacks on the media is having the opposite effect according to a new reuters of seoul's pulled the reveals nearly fifty percent say they have a great deal of confidence in the press and eleven point increase since last november the survey also found that public confidence in the commander in chief has decreased among both democrats and republicans since he took office with about forty eight percent sticking by his side trump's battle with the media has been ongoing since the campaign where one point he called them quote the enemy of the american people recently he accused cnn and nbc of now uncovering the recovery efforts in puerto rico fairly i'm sierra crawford have you got no flu shot yet we'll doctors advise you get one since there are rumblings this could be a very bad year for that illness by the way the mayo clinic says that being in a good mood staying happy not only helps keep you healthy it.
"jill snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin in washington dc and i'm steve inskeep in las vegas the sheriff here has been calling sunday's mass shooting premeditated and this morning we have a better idea just how premeditated it was the gunman modified many of his rifles to fire somewhat like automatic weapons he also we now know set up cameras to watch his back and that's where we begin within pure as martin kostya has been following the investigation he's here in las vegas with his high martin good morning so how do you positioned the cameras well looks like he had serve a defensive perimeter at the entrance to his room used at the end of the hallway had two cameras out in the hallway looking down the hall another camera in the people of the door and police believe it was a way for him to keep an eye on who was coming up behind him as he was doing his deed and we note that uh a security guard for the hotel was shot through the door early into assault so it looked like he was keeping an eye out who is coming up and ever since we heard the video of those long bursts of what seemed like automatic weapons fire we've been wondering how we modified his guns it looks like we now have confirmation that he was using what are called bump fire stocks twelve in brussels had these attachments on them and now as you know a semiautomatic rifle which is legal it is country is the kind of rifle were you for every round you have to pull the trigger by one shot fruit every time you pull the trigger a fully automatic rifle which is illegal two two so at least a new one is steady stream one poll blood sugar poll these bumfighters stocks let you convert from a pole per bullet too do something where you get a steady stream meaning it fires like an automatic weapon but is it legal this used to be a gray area but a few years ago the government decided that these are indeed legal technically legal this is how jill snyder of.
"jill snyder" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"John callahan's fox news beverley deadly back in the united states arriving a short time ago and met by fbi agents at los angeles international airport they clearly believe that she knows more than she's leading on it comes on the same day that we learned that steven paddock was sending tens of thousands of dollars to the philippine aides it's unclear exactly who he was sending it to its thought to have been toward the girlfriend boxes trace gallagher in las vegas earlier in the day the authorities labeled mary lou deadly as a person of interest and we've learned more about the weapons but steven patrick used a dozen seventy autograph automatic rifles found at the hotel were equipped with devices which mimic of fully automatic weapon fire stocks while stimulating automatic fire do not actually alter the firearm to fire bite a medically making them illegal under current federal law special agent jill snyder of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms at another fatalities reported one person who had been critically injured of the sunday night shootings died from lose injuries late tuesday night the coroner says including the gunman there are sixty dead las vegas slowly starting to pick up up the pieces a bartender at new york new york told meet foot traffic does seem slower petursson for still out and about i watched a girl dancer way into the excalibur but there is an overall more somber mood a couple from connecticut said it reminds them up other tragedies they've witness from the east coast with the nine eleven situation that was tragic as well a lot of.
"jill snyder" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Quick fred protect your muffins than quick alone likely on condition that cake i've thought of riding crappy cake cupcake you're layer cake at keith cake and in the hyde park category at irregular your wedding press fyre cay across ties and a lot of heart and then in the third section there's things like proper is apple credit crumbled and they're putting like criminally lay and red i also have a glistening pre at small sector nine clinton free because that seems to be where everybody going now that everything is based on a small amount so you will probably make adult from cookies at very low maybe four map and four cupcake out the quick bread are those little mini 'love' pious i've i've used like foreign part of pipe place rather than the large when they're actually really cute the more i did this the more i actually kinda like them because they are so cute and you're like your relate or something like that it's either two or maybe four if you're out an entertaining you're you're near and so on some of them are now even liking could bake for cookies and that threat though it that cookie recipe make stay at southcenter a botha given directions for you can either freeze that left over what bake it when you one eight you can refrigerated at from faith that lingyuan that on that sort of thing what type of equipment do you recommend jill snyder to uh the listening audience of america's dining and travel guide what what they need for fake floor look this is one of the best parts of this book is it here regular runners avail faking equipment you don't need the kitchenaid makers almost everything because it's such a small amount i was mixing it up with a witness through i could cream the butter in sugar an anti egg very easily with a win tonight hardly ever used the big next there and uh that's really that there really is not equipment that you would have to go out and fight basically what happened in your parents low i bought many low i'm you can get foiled went there you can buy the little one and meets high play i bought small mines other than that it's pretty much weight you what happened your coverage what what about of food processor is that right tremendous vitamin a food us so i use that because it's a small amount.
"jill snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're from kqed news i'm devin katayama california's two us senators had a chance to grill fired fbi director james comey and a capital hearing today resula goes from kqed's california politics and government desk reports california's female senators almost book ended the hearing the senior senator dianne feinstein on was fourth in line to question comey while freshman commonly harris was among the last harassed didn't get many answers out of comey but did know this in response to republican claims that president trump saying he hoped the fbi director would drop a probe of his former national security advisor didn't amount to the president pressuring comey in line my experience of prosecuting cases when a robert held a gun to somebody's head and said i hope you will give me your wallet the word hope was not the most operative word at that moment california was one of only two states with both its senators on the panel i'm marie salah gifts kqed news federal investigators looking for a suspected arsonists connected to a five alarm fire in emoryville last month it destroyed a sevenstorey building under construction this is the second blaze to hit the 35milliondollar development in less than a year the us bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives released images today from a security tape that shows the in last month's fire entering the site just prior to the started the blaze special agent in charge jill snyder is leading the investigation person is a crime it is dangerous act of violence this is our community in these acts will not be tolerated a combined reward of up to one hundred.