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"Corona virus in Arizona, not a big increase in Corona virus cases and desk this morning statewide. Similar to yesterday. 521 New Corona virus cases were reported this morning. That's an increase of 61 cases from yesterday. That brings the state's total to 207,523 15 you Desert reported compared to 20, too, from the day before. That raises the death toll to 5288 and about 6600 new tests, Red ministered overnight. Katie attorneys right now, 400,000 jobless Arizonans are struggling to make ends meet, and they're hoping with the hoping Congress extends the $300 federal supplement to the states. Regular unemployed unemployment benefits is Jim Cross joins us Live with more Jim Germany, the governor, putting the blame for the squarely on Congress, which is still in recess and the years on unemployment trust fund expected to run out of money, According to the governor, and less than two months other states have had their entire fund depleted as early as March or April or May. Arizona's is still healthy. And we have runway and Arizona sense march. During this run of ours. Pandemic has paid out about $10.7 billion in relief benefits live in Phoenix Jump crossed eyes on immigration, illegal immigrants must be included in the U. S census count. That ruling from from a federal court, which said President Trump's attempt to exclude them violates the law. The court says undocumented people in the U. S. Must be counted in the population totals used to determine congressional seats. Arizona votes She's no longer working for him. But that doesn't mean former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee. Sanders isn't keeping a close eye. On the presidential race. She tails Arizona's morning news President Trump needs to keep hammering home his law and order message. I think safety and security are very top of mind for most every voter across this country as well as the economy. The president rebuilt the economy once he can certainly do it again. I think he has a good record if he stays focused on those areas, Sanders says. The president is poised to win in November. No. Four time to get back out to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic.
"jim germany" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Comedian Kevin Hart once said I got to stop saying how stupid can you be I'm beginning to feel like people are taking it as a challenge he's not saying it but the accident in which is back was fractured may actually have lawmakers asking how stupid can a loophole in the seat belt lobby well the government began to require that all new cars be equipped with seat belts in nineteen sixty eight the law doesn't require that vintage cars like the Plymouth barracuda in which Kevin Hart was writing when it crashed the retro fitted with harness seat belts if they are restored or are on the road today while new seatbelts might not be historically accurate for vintage car there certainly safer and may have prevented some of the injury to heart or others in accidents involving vintage cars which is why lawmakers are considering whether to pass a law requiring the harness for even vintage cars and of course it's one thing for the car to have a seat belt but it only helps if you are smart enough to buckle it from judge technology solutions I maybe Feldman for K. one of the news radio one twenty four two on this just make sure it's a piece of lettuce where fat and getting fatter that's the bottom line do a study on obesity in America the sixteenth annual state of obesity report found the number of US states with adult obesity rates above thirty five percent reached an all time high in twenty eighteen nine states are on that fat list Alabama Arkansas Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and West for. now as recently as two thousand twelve not a single state top thirty five percent all in all the reports show significant increases in adult obesity rates in thirty three states Jim Germany's CBS news at one twenty.
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"Lindy Boggs both Congress members from Louisiana ABC announced the death of the New Orleans native Roberts always advocated for a strong media you must look at the institutions of government politics business the academy in journalism and hold them accountable Roberts also a fan of radio people actually hear you and they hear other voices they hear accents and they hear hesitation so there's a lot they hear anger they hear upset and they're paying attention because they're in some intimate space she told the television academy NBC reports Robert suffered from complications due to breast cancer Cokie Roberts dead at seventy five. prices are going up at the pump CBS news update gas prices headed north after the destruction in the Middle East we didn't see much movement over the weekend but overnight we saw the national average jump up four cents some states are seen nearly a ten cents John Jeff castle on all of the triple a oil prices after a fifteen percent rise yesterday are down today now that Saudi Arabia says seventy percent of the production lost in last weekend's oil field attack could be back up soon White House correspondent we Jiang that presidents secretaries of state and defense have both blamed Tehran in tweets and CBS news has learned U. S. Intel officials believe Iran was behind the attack a Saudi Arabian military spokesman said the weapons are Iranian but was unclear where the attack originated correspondent David Martin says the U. S. has now pinpointed exact locations in Iran from which a combination of drones and cruise missiles was launched against those Saudi facilities CBS news update I'm Steve K. for the Louisiana sports hall of fame today announced that Alabama head football coach Nick Saban will be inducted into the Louisiana hall despite currently being a tiger killer he is being honored for turning around the L. S. U. program twenty years ago and bringing Ellis you a national championship other inductees announced today Joe horn and peanut Tillman. but are sure is getting a three million dollar grant to the money for flood control feasibility studies Santana president Pat Brister says they need to look at several flood threats the Pearl River the Japan to river in a lot of our planning comes from reverie flooding show that will be part of the study all Mister says most of the attention from the core has focused on the south shore and she credits congressman Steve Scalise for providing the push to get the money to start looking at how to protect the north shore better the battle against obesity is not going so well Louisiana's among the states are more than a third of us are not just fat but obese we're fat and getting fatter that's the bottom line do a study on obesity in America the sixteenth annual state of obesity report found the number of US states with adult obesity rates above thirty five percent reached an all time high in twenty eighteen nine states are on that fat list Alabama Arkansas Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and West Virginia now as recently as two thousand twelve not a single state top thirty five percent all in all the reports show significant increases in adult obesity rates in thirty three states Jim Germany's CBS news you may have heard the big announcements Seinfeld is coming to Netflix but don't go searching for it just yes Seinfeld is coming to Netflix but not for a while I'm Margie's our letter with the latest..
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"To coast to coast. We're back with the Giles Milton retarget about his latest work soldier sailor. Frogman spy, airmen gangster killer die Giles before we get into this. I've got to ask you about the title Haji, come up with this one. Well, actually, I was I was talking with one of the one of the key people from bums of naval. And she was asking what the book was cold. And I said, well, I. The day. And she wanted to give it I it's a story of a real youngsters on the beaches on the were said were saying is that was. That's the title. I title the Capulet calculates everyone that was involved in the battle for that day. So how about your Hannam on these Clinton wasn't Rommel who was in charge of that on vacation, dursey invasion? Yeah. This is brilliant romell manage under the German army and decided to go back to Jim Germany for his wife's birthday, he bought her a lovely pair of grey suede shoes. And he wanted to give them to learn person. So EMMY chose a pretty bad time to leave the Normandy and go back to gym. I'm either was massive German confusion. The morale was bad in romo's gone. Yeah. It doesn't look good. Does it? In fact, he was he was hoping to go and see hit because he he wanted to revise the plans of how to defend Normandy. And he had to clear it with Hitler. But yeah, he went back home. And of course, he just got up his breakfast. When the telephone rang and said, the boy said, you know, this is a bit of a problem him. I feel muscle. I think you ought to get back share with us if you can Gile some personal stories that occurred that you picked up in your work for the book. Yeah. It really is all free personal stories. So one of the ones I really like as a paratrooper cooled, Malcolm Brennan, he was dropped into Normandy at night because of coastal that I like the landing spot from the air at night and he landed in Normandy in the field. He was lost in there where he was confined you come rates. He finally got a group of men together. And they went to to find out where they will try and find out where they wear in. Normandy. They hear a car coming. It's in the middle of the night. And they realize it's got to be a German soldier, Jim and officer inside and so they decided to let with guns, they attack this calm, and they shoot it out the drive the driver managed to get out and run away. And they they the guy in the Packers. These sounds cooling across the road. And Malcolm Brennan says I've got a thought to kill this guy a shoots him. And after does he. Realize he's just killed the first German general to be killed on d day. A key moment probably in a Mercedes. Yeah. He was actually go figure that somebody who who is the bicyclists that you write about. This is a story of the French resistance. A very interesting. Mecca day. He was a champion cyclist, and he the coastal road on the Costa rape that runs along the case of Normandy was out of bounds to everyone because it was a key point of access to all the beach defences. But this chat was very charming. He chose to get Kosov. And he asked for permission exceptional permission to be allowed to use for training on the Gestapo said, yes. Well, they didn't realize that it was he was a spy, and he was not down every beach defense and then sending it back to London where it was forwarded to Eisenhower. So the Alex senior command they knew the position of every beach defense along that coast of Normandy. Thanks to this French cycle spy in carrying out. This deception we created a phantom army with George Patton. We had fraudulent radio transmissions. We used fake acquit. Could we do that today with the strength of the social media? I don't think we could hide anything anymore. I think it would. I'd be very very difficult to do what they did all those years ago. I mean, he was a brilliant active deception as you say who radio transmissions, but they heading Tyra say told me on the ground. They had tanks that would just made a canvas and painted to make it look like with thousands and thousands of tanks. I'm on the ground ready to attack Kelly because they wanted to pretend that the allied invasion coming at Calais which way along the coast from Normandy. And so they wanted to see Hitler and it works. I sure did. And then as the war got to its end Hitler. Apparently commits suicide you believe that. Or did he go off the Argentine like somebody say, it's amazing that we're we're still debating this. There was an article in one of the newspapers here yesterday about this. I believe that he killed himself. I I just think it's too fanciful. He smuggled himself, south of Germany got to South America so much evidence to suggest approve really that he shot himself and within. Burned in the Reich's chancellery in Berlin had he not killed himself. What do you think would have happened to him? Well, I guess he would only certainly being captured and the dictators doesn't seem to last that long in hiding we we've been captured being put on trial near and bug at the international court, and he would have been executed. I think so these rallies would have gotten him. If the allies had just can't blame them. Exactly, Tom blame him. Nice. This this battle at the D day happened, of course. To the point where you know, Americans Brits and Canadians came and did their thing were there others involved from other countries. Or was that a primarily know the way he's Austin troops from all for many countries that have been occupied by the Nazis were opposed. Check the Norwegian. So I mean, the French as well had the division a sure very slow smokers have men, but it was truly an international operation. But of course, the Americans and the Brits, led the way the beckons and Brits had almost equal numbers on itself. Who was Simon Frazier? Simon Fraser very flamboyant. British commander. He was Highland chieftain. He was hours to crap and he headed the commandos, and he led the commando Bush's come onto the show on sued beach that morning and he did. So in style he had his personal bagpiper with him. He carried a hunting rifle. And he had his shirt battledress was monogrammed with the Kristof his family on board o on it. So he was very colorful figuring deed. What does the bravery and heroism tell you about mankind because I think people step up when they have to. We would do it today. But it was amazing. Wasn't it? It was amazing men these youngsters they really went beyond themselves to pull off incredible feats of valor on day on the beaches of data in in terrible circumstances. And you know, this is not about the generals. It's not about the senior commanders. It's about the young teenagers who basically one back Europe for us. So I think it's important with the subject. That we never forget that it was that did this in in the face of the incredible defense from the from the Nazis in front Giles in our final hour with you next hour. We'll take phone calls, and I would love it. If there is anybody left from World War Two who might have been there at the Normandy to check in with us, or perhaps you had a father who was there. And you want to share a story with us. Please go ahead. My father was at the battle of the ball should Giles. He was he was he was not at Normandy. But that's where he was that was that was he pulled it unlucky stool that battles. That sure was gosh. He was nineteen twenty years old. I think when he was in its many yet, so young unbelievable. They really were. They were just young. Will there be in your opinion, a war like that again? Or will it all be high-technology where you won't need as many soldiers? I think yeah, it's like take now. It's. Drones. It's it's it's from I think we'll ever see. Thank goodness you have to say a huge mass land battles. I think that's what belongs to the past. Now, what did Hitler want Giles when he started this assault? What was his goal? Tacoma everywhere. And this one problem with he didn't come cut Great Britain, which meant was on the doorstep of Europe. It was a springboard for the allies to Beijing and hit the second mistake was to declare war on America, this is entirely unnecessary at the time. And it was it was really really bad mistake that was a blunder on his part to be sure in with Britain. I mean, how many bombs did they take? And they still kept bouncing back. I mean, my own street my own area of London. You know, there are still gaps in the houses we have destroyed in London was really heavily bombed by that by the German gym. But you know, what what else are you gonna do? We have to get we had to push on. We had to we had to be there to welcome. The American troops who we're going to be so necessary to take back Europe from from the hip, and the Nazis, I've a friend of mine she lives in Saint Louis. She's eighty three years old. She was a little girl in London during the war, and she remembers the bombs. She remembers running all over the place. My mother was in London during the during the blitz when was at its worst and Scott got a life, and she was terrified. I mean, you know, it's a young child, and and houses are blowing up around you. Absolutely terrifying. My gosh mean what a what a time and the time. I don't think. Death the younger people today. God God level all of them. But I don't think because they weren't there understand the scope and magnitude of what these people went through during that era, and what it did for them to have the freedom. They have today. I know I think it's really important on this seventy fifth anniversary of the younger generation just they learned about they say understand the sacrifices that people made. So that their lives are essay on. Now. It's it's it's very important that we don't allow these stories to die. And that's what I want. You know, one of the reasons I really wanted to bring them to bring them back tonight. So so younger generation can know what sacrifices these people they even grandfather's made on the day Giles, I was born during the Korean war when that started. Of course, I don't remember it. I was a baby. But I remember, you know, the Kennedys. Assassination landed on the moon, Vietnam. So you know, our generation the baby boomers we went through a lot in. We've remembered a lot. But. The people who went through World War Two went through something that was very different in very special. Didn't they? They did you know when you read some of their jokes. These kids that they were in high school. They were pulled out of high school. They've been trained. They would give give them weaponry. And then we'll get told to gunsight one of the most ferocious armies ever warfare. You know, I mean, this is really scary for them, and they were terrified. I mean, the the counts have right of being sent to shore, you know, not knowing what was going to happen to you, most terrifying. And it's very very important that we remember that. I think did the Brits take care of their soldiers after the war. Well, that's interesting that in these days, we hear a lot about post traumatic stress on the battlefield. May one talked about that after the second war and very little was done. It was very different support for soldiers. Coming back from the war he'd seen and pincer absolutely terrible things. They just left to get on with it and very different supports a too. So that's very hard for them to come back after five six years of war, come back and just drop back into civilian life. Again, Giles Milton author of that book with us incredible title soldiers Sigler, frogman spy, airmen, gangster killer, die great picture on the cover. Where'd you get that? Well, that's what the famous robot. Kappler images of couse winter shore famous photographer winter showroom.
"jim germany" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Back to coast to coast. We're back with Giles Milton is retired about his latest work soldier sailor. Frogman spy airmen gangster killer die Giles before we get into. This got to ask you about the title Haji, come up with this one. Well, actually, I was I was talking with one of the one of the key people from Barnes and noble, and she was asking what the book was cold. And I said, well, I d day. And she said, why don't you give it? I it's a story of real youngsters on the beaches on via there were soldiers. Edward say this ad was. That's the title. I'd go go title, the Capulet capitulates, everyone that was involved in the battle for that day. So how about how he had him on Clinton wasn't Rommel who was in charge of that on vacation, dursey invasion. Yeah. This is brilliant Romo the manage under the German army and decided to go back to Jim Germany for his watch birthday. He bought her a lovely pair of grey suede shoes. And he wanted to give them to an person. So he chose a pretty bad time to leave moment and go back to Jim I'm either was massive German confusion. The morale was bad and romo's gone. Yeah. It doesn't it. In fact, he was he was hoping to go and see hit that because he he wanted to re device the plans have had to defend Normandy. And he had to clear it with hitting. But yeah, he went back home service. And at goes, he just got up with having breakfast. When the telephone rang and said, the boy said, you know, this is a bit of a problem. I feel muscle. I think you ought to get back share with us if you can drive some personal stories that occurred that you picked up in your work for the book. Yeah, he really is all toll-free personal story. So one of the ones I really like is a paratrooper cooled Malcolm Brennan, he was dropped into Normandy at night for the coastal that I like the landing from the air at night and he landed in Normandy in the field. He was lawsuit. Wary was couldn't find us come rates. He finally got a group of men together and went to find out where they will try and find out where they wear in. Normandy. They hear a talk coming. It's in the middle of the night. And they realize it's thought to be a German soldier, Jim and officer inside and so they decided to let written with guns, they attack calm and the it to drive the driver managed to get out and run away. And they they hit the guy who's this. That sounds to the counties across the road. Malcolm. Brennan says I've got a must start to kill this guy and shoots him. And after does he realize he's just killed the first German general to be killed on d day. Aquino moment. Probably in a Mercedes. He was actually go figure. Who who is the bicyclists that you write about? This is a story of the French resistance. A very interesting chap. GM mecca day. He was a champion cyclist. And he the coastal road on the coast of rate that runs along bills case of nobody was out of bounds to everyone because it was a key point of access to all the beach defences. But this chap was very charming. He charmed like yourself and your commission exceptional permission to be allowed to use that right for trading on these nights ago. The Gestapo said, yes, well, they didn't realize it was a he was a spy, and he was not downs every beach defense and then sending it back to London where it was forwarded to Eisenhower. So the Alex senior commands they knew the position of every beach defense along that coast of Normandy. Thanks to this French cycle spy in carrying out. This deception we created a phantom army with George Patton. We had fraudulent radio transmissions. We used fake equipment. Could we do that today with the strength of the social media? I don't think we could hide anything anymore. I think it'd be. Very very difficult to do what they did an all those years ago. I mean, it was a brilliant active deception as you say radio transmissions, but they heading Tyra say telling me on the ground. They had tanks would just made a canvas and painted to make it look like with thousands and thousands of tanks on the ground ready to attack Kelly because they want you to pretend the allied invasion is coming at Calais which way along the coast from Normandy. And so they wanted to Tina deceit Hitler, and it works basically did. And then as the war got to its end Hitler. Apparently commits suicide you believe that. Or did he go off to Argentina like somebody say, it's amazing that we're we're still debating this. There was an article in one of the newspapers here yesterday about this. And I believe that he killed himself. I I just think it's too fanciful to think he smuggled himself, south of Germany and go to South America so much evidence to suggest to prove really that he shot himself and within. And in the Rex chancery in Berlin had he not killed himself. What do you think would have happened to him? Well, I guess he would almost certainly been captured and the the teachers don't seem to last that long in high dignity captured he would be put on trial near bug of the international court, and he would have been executed. I think so the years these rallies would have gotten him anyway. Yes. Can't blame him exactly tumbling night. This this battle at the D day happened, of course. To the point where you know, Americans Brits and Canadians came and did their thing were there others involved from other countries who was that at primarily know the way he's Austin troops for many countries to be occupied by the Nazis who oppose checks through a Norwegian. So I mean, the the friendships well have the division assured very social smokers with men, but it was truly an international operation. But of course, the Americans and the Brits the way the beckons and bits had almost equal numbers on d day itself. Who was Simon Frazier? Very slim buoyant, British Kimondo. He was a Highland chieftain. He was our to crap and he headed the commandos, and he let the commandos Bush's come on. There's a show on sued beach that morning and he did. So in style, he had his personal bagpiper Witten. He carried a hunting rifle, and he had his shirt battledress was monogrammed with the Chris family on board on it. So he was a very colorful figure. Indeed. What does the bravery in heroism tell you about mankind because I think people step up when they have to. We would do it today. But it was amazing. Wasn't it? It was amazing men these youngsters they really went beyond themselves to pull off incredible feats of valour on d day on the beaches of data in in terrible circumstances. And you know, this is not about the generals. It's not about the senior commanders. It's about the young teenagers who basically one back Europe for us. So I think it's important with the seventieth anniversary that we never forget. That was then did this in in the face of the incredible defense from the jets and the Nazis in from Giles in our final hour with you next hour. We'll take phone calls, and I would love it. If there is anybody left from World War Two who might have been there at the Normandy to check in with us, or perhaps you had a father who was there. And you want to share a story with us. Please go ahead. My father was at the battle of the ball should Giles. He was he was he was not at Normandy. But that's where he wasn't that. Was that was he pulled it unlucky still that battle? That's your was gosh, he was. Nineteen twenty years old. I think when he was in many, so young unbelievable. They really were. They were just young. Will there be in your opinion, a war like that again? Or will it all be high-technology where you won't need as many soldiers? I think yeah, it's like take now. It's it's drones. It's it's it's thought I think we'll ever see. Thank goodness have to say. Say a huge mass land battles belongs to the past. Now, what did Hitler want Giles when he started this assault? What was his goal? Concha everywhere and Hitler's one big problem with that he didn't come cut Great Britain, which was on the doorstep of Europe. It was a springboard for the allies to launch notation and hit. The second mistake was to declare war on America. This is entirely unnecessary at the time. And he was really really bad mistake. That was a blunder on his part to be sure. With britain. I mean, how many bombs did they take? And they still kept bouncing back. I mean, the union street my own area of London. You know, there are still gaps in the house is destroyed in London was really heavily bloomed by the by the the in loose weather. But you know, what what else are you gonna do? We have to get we have to push only had to we had to be that to welcome. The American troops who we're going to be so necessary to take back year up from from the hip, and the Nazis, I've a friend of mine she lives in Saint Louis. She's eighty three years old. She was a little girl in London during the war, and she remembers the bombs. She remembers running all over the place. My mom was my mother was in London during the blitz was Acas west and Scott tonight. She was terrified. I mean, you know, a young child, and and houses are blowing up around you. Absolutely terrifying. My gosh. I mean, what a what a time, and I don't think. The younger people of today. God God level all of them. But I don't think because they weren't there understand the scope and magnitude of what these people went through during that era, and what it did for them to have the freedom. They have today. I know I think it's really important on this fifth anniversary, the the younger generation they learned about this. They understand the sacrifices that people made. So that lives are as a on. Now. It's it's it's very important that we allow these stories to die. And that's what I want. You know, one of the reasons why we really wanted to bring them to bring them back to. So so younger generation can know what sacrifices these people today rain grandfather's name on the day Giles, I was born during the Korean war when that started. Of course, I don't remember it. I was a baby. But I remember, you know, the Kennedy. Assassination landed on the moon, Vietnam. So you know, our generation the baby boomers we went through a lot. And we've remembered a lot, but. The people who went through World War Two went through something that was very different in very special than they. And you know, when you read some of their kids they were in high school they were pulled out of high school train. They would give give them weaponry. And they told to gunsight one of the most ferocious armies as they say wolf, I you know, I mean, this is really scary for them, and they were all terrified. I mean, the council of being sent to shore, you know, not knowing what was going to happen to you, most terrifying. And it's very very important that we remember I think did the Brits take care of their soldiers after the war. Well, that's interesting that, you know, these as we hear a little about post traumatic stress syndrome on the battlefield and no one talked about that up to the second World War. I'm very difficult. It's very different support for soldiers. Coming back from the war. He'd seen and been, sir. Absolutely terrible things. They just were listed get on with it. And and very different supposed to two. So that'd be very hard for them to come back after five six years of war to come back and just drove back into civilian again Giles Milton author of that book with this incredible titles soldiers Sigler frogman spy, airmen, gangster killer, die great picture on the cover. Where'd you get that? Well, that's what same robot Kappler imaging of Catholic show. Saints photographer winter shore on d day and took some of the most iconic pictures of that day from from the beaches from from Omaha beach, in fact, as a American soldiers were being gunned down he was that taking snaps of it, which, you know, become these lasting images and here on the cover of my book..
"jim germany" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Jim Sharpe President Trump trying to, deal with. That storm around him right now talking about his former attorney he's been a lawyer from me didn't do big deals at small deals the storm everybody's really watching as. To why, that is not the place to be on vacation right, now on the latest on that powerful storm bearing down on the big island in fact it's our top. Story and here's Jeremy foster hurricane lane getting dangerously close to the Hawaiian islands and could be the biggest storm scene there since nineteen Ninety-two KTAR's Jim cross joins us live with, the latest Jim Germany someplace is already nine or ten inches of rain up to thirty. Expected in some locations hurricane. Nikki in September ninety two the strongest ever strike away six. People die at three billion damage, the star very strong moving at ASU climate expert Randy survey says terms of this magnitude rare? Search coastal flooding that. As this thing gets closer it pushes up waves that will. Inundate, the coastal areas particularly of the southern parts for why so flooding coastal flooding that'd, be one of the real. Estate Now FEMA as. Several barges carrying food water supplies, ready to roll LAN US navy has moved its ships and subs now out of Pearl Harbor? This morning live in. The news center Jim cross KTAR news Thank you Jim it is eight thirty one. In every six minutes on Arizona's morning news we. Check traffic here's detour Dan now. From the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you sir unfortunately picked up some more business on, the, old freeway crash. Department here we've got a new, wreck that's come in you may have heard me, talking we had a wreck on the two remount free at forty four th, street near the one. Forty three it cleared and as soon as it, cleared another crash popped up on the one forty three the Holcombe expressway northbound just. Approaching. University and it is blocking the number one high speed left lane you've also got a crash on the westbound zero. Two red mountain freeway that has not cleared yet at McClintock that wreck remains, off right and so does the crash in the. Downtown eastbound I, ten at sixteenth street that collision also off to the right you still got, a couple of service street collisions to southern west of. Krizman Greenway east of, the seventeen and fifty sixth street in Indian school..
"jim germany" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The world there's no problem with that but don't come to our country as that that illegal immigrant told the la times yesterday who crossed the border illegally separated from her child reunited two days ago in that said this is a heartless policy in i'm telling people who want asylum don't apply for it here because this is not compassionate this is not compassionate byebye leave we didn't ask you to come we didn't give you permission to come you broke our laws and yet didn't care and now you're complaining because you were detained and your child was actually cared for carat for which and other countries god help the people who cross borders illegally we actually have a humane policy whether you're separated or not it's still humane but i'm telling you merckel the she will go down as one of the great disasters of the european union and probably the person who ushered in the end of the european union again jim germany had the strongest still has the strongest economy in europe but we are going to see slowly but surely in some cases not slowly the wholesale degradation of what is left of german culture and the german people they're not having very many children they're not going to churches as they used to they're not as religious as they used to still mostly catholic country but that's changing and islamic the islamic and surgeon insurgency into into germany hamburg did they get that so much of what happened throughout europe and all these attacks in madrid in mumbai and so many of these people ended up going to these these hardcore radical mosques in hamburg and now they're in in the and now so many of them are in belgium and denmark and sweden you just want to throw up your hands and say how could you do this your country and you know what i think americans are saying we don't want this we don't want this we in the in the incursion in trump calls at infestation or invasion but coming from south america central america mexico it's different because it's not islamic but it still a breach of our sovereignty and it's still a breach of our rule of law and it changes us demographically in ways that we cannot absorb and we didn't ask for in it's wrong eight five five forty laura a lot more to get to the camps migrant camps are being setup because well you know the barn door is already open but they're going to now try to stem the tide they've already reduced the flow of migrants into europe significantly it's been reduced from a year ago two years ago but now they're trying to address the problem well it's a little late but they're trying to do something now and of course fourth of july tomorrow what's your favorite tradition with your family on independence day and what do you what do you remember as a kid that maybe has changed today you don't see it quite as much today raymond it's going to go to the rehearsal for the big concert tonight tonight yeah yeah that's always fun you do that every year with your family do and so it's not packed out renee fleming is gonna perform fleming the temptations the beach boys jimmy buffett at one at one point at what point do they change to beat seniors they are they're only one out just like the temptations there's only one original it's good vibrations it's your heart monitor that's right that's right it's the it's the certain typeface you're sending out good by chance but it was good there american classics my children have seen different aretha franklin yeah you know a natalie cold manilow neil diamond all these people right in front of them it's been incredible watching that over the toasty there tonight raymond sticky okay and then i'm going to tell you we come back what happened preceding leading up to the colonoscopy endoscopy yesterday where my doctor forbade may to do my television for teeth what happened no not related to my prep for the colonoscopy but what happened in the bowels of my home over the weekend don't go away the laura ingram show.
"jim germany" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With it one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six yeah i'm well aware that a major leaguer pooped himself again just because i'm not referenced something does not mean that i'm not aware of it it means that in reference something i know that just as i know that there was a dead body found engineers jenkins home allegedly will actually somewhere of all these stories clones like you would know something that i don't already know because i haven't brought it up doesn't mean a i don't know or be that i won't get to it so keep doing what you do one phone line is open take advantage of it time now for a sports update here it is andrew bogusch has this one sports flash jim germany won the last world cup four years later they will not reach the knockout stage corner is taken john strong stu holding on f s one the goal in the ninety third minute germany would have jumped over mexico a three nothing loser to sweden by beating south korea but they lose to nothing instead so sweden and mexico survive group f group e finishes at eleven pacific brazil serbia switzerland costa rica only costa rica has been limited so far serena williams unseeded last month at the french open she'll be number twenty five when we will then begins on monday the all england club choosing to go against the world rankings serena is number one eighty three she continues to work back from having her daughter the big three which of second season of hoops last week is the first pro league in this country to allow cannabis based pain medication the approval is effective immediately and the reds and braves i on the field today the red to take him a one nothing lead down in atlanta rookie atlanta outfielder ron ronald junior expected to come off the dl on.
"jim germany" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"No teeth and mottos all over e and everything look after a loss in maybe penalty kicks around the first game okay what is the with that that's the that's like the college football the cried and cried northwest twisting yeah right don't take away mine cry enough to penalty tach the nation ultimately really wants us to i think we manage expectations by willing ourselves to do the misery you wouldn't know what to do without the misery misery is if you were to predict how england's heart is going to break this year they're going to be like an injury to superstar player before the first game is it going to be like penalty kicks you hit the post three times and penalty kicks or is it going to be goalkeeper boehner i am thinking it's always say keep his always scapegoat i'm much it will probably be it's ultimately old this whole tournament i should say is that the women fled the puritan so however however he wants us to meet the mice we will be right cossacks on horseback whip so about safe automobile so off the record russia's absolutely getting out of the first round right they have to look at fief up an organization which you both have hailed very big encyclopedia later tenneco we we hail as incorruptible like eliot ness iffy about football and so they often drop the world cup they're gonna history of jumping into the hornets nest of dictators looking for easy propaganda wins muscle leany taken over italy in the coolest we'll give you the world cup who won the nineteen thirty full will kep in italy germany right us italy italy italy one we've got the easiest question oh tina run by military dictators the junta who won the nine costa rica yeah they i don't know tina also argentina one in germany because they had so many former germans living in the country trait populate your homeland with superior soccer players can stay with puma criminals will cut wins what about england you mention england england one when it was in england yeah okay into the fascist dictatorship clean elizabeth and fan the fax say windbags russia i wouldn't gains russia and they'll say vladimir putin is persona leading on june thirteenth they've away the will cup is going to be in two thousand and twenty six we'll be in very well equipped to america that would be amazing canada poon gave we'll take quit moore okay are the decisions you know hoop in the envelope to announce june thirteenth putin interests yet so we went through france went through belgium england germany is a waste jim germany is gonna be shouldn't spoil that you meant to say spoil the okay or germany why the hell did they win all the time there's machine pecan mancha why does that when he's wool malt say successful why point trump foams have so many trout in them down to twenty questions but jimmy does this english football tim brew custom gary lineker who said famously football is a simple gain twenty two men run around the failed kickable in the end the gym is always win that just organized they are tenacious they have a will to win they never they many many international footballers you'll super bowl is two hundred fifty million people watching in the audience for the world cup final is is a billion people and the crucible a pressure that that attitude this right there guys guys guys just being an american now it's the world game okay the the restaurant restaurant just know that become contentious crumble in that crucible jim do not like english people we just we fe at the feet when we before in in that moment before before the whistle blows americans by the way the speaking to the us players before they play belgium in the world cup argentina and the cape but they didn't expect to with the only people always expect to win they must to who's play jimmy of course we will win we are the chickens for them every match is a grudge match the when you started enough war when these teams i'm cooper said when these teams take the field in the world cup the the wars that they fought through history take the fiddling chimney a law of blood every game is a rivalry game because of yet well was at least tape and to them ready they'll game ready the only other team expects to win every game is iceland i've never met yeah like the minnesota vikings chant yet.
"jim germany" Discussed on KELO
"A great place to stockpile it is going to be a cloudy day at a mild day a high of thirty nine with the lights are these raised but it's also going to be a snowy day light snow possible today and tonight but very light thicky may be an inch or two could real rain mixed in at times tomorrow afternoon behind the snow see a high of thirty five and then next week much warmer in fact in the mid50s by thursday and friday from the storm center i'm jay droebak pot onto the connor hot for an argument that hamas who swim pires interesting news talk station kelo newstalk 1320 1079 nations on the long brought to you by go water united states canada mexico panama haiti twoinch chat room a republic dominican through but the pleasanton china might as abbott recouple number young man there's a way now under is china china has the advantage of dina had that why don't you costa rica england china china china go rebel haven china's trying to paraguay your with china netherlands in china classical a china that china generally we actually that must have been that germany china germany either be looking germany germany and ireland china saudi arabia hungary signal russia i'll be like when they're in england england china china admitted lind thousands of china china jim germany or jiggle germany china and afghanistan depth all the time asia and china and china asia and china is john aw lie john daly they all come up to your needs yet they're all wayne langley iranian leave law heroin in jeff howe any knees seeing how many how since he's leaving fears either a dry as eventually be harbourmaster rigorous me massive amounts of morning portable even if his ears he carried come on i believe it was during his on the paul mcmasters for the hennessy fling world birdie leaving considers with regard military we can write down the resistance with so often his i'm glad bluish euro at ground zero numbers call triple eight six seven three thirty.
"jim germany" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Gives popped on the head and now she sounds like you know like a mary poppins wrong desert singing of sugar song medicine will go most come on belial you know this by your favorite drawn up all this goal the medicine madison van rooi the amount mild day you don't think who has the better song in that movie jim jiminy jim cherie while launch lucky as block collaborative work of jim germany jim germany chinchar joey who will rub wolf went on strike size with you all read all me young keys and that's lucky to this was the better song in it to now whereas the latter of life has been strong your mind thanked us we all know bottommost rung built by spends time in the ashes and smoke in this wide world there's no abby jim germanmedium germany jim jubal jewelry us we've fits as lucky as lucky as me cumin cuban issue chip chip shot orders we revolved shaikh signs with you sza bob what was the last time you saw that movie i saw it i showed it to my daughter about four or five years ago and i can't believe this and i don't remember this watching the first time it takes for ever for mary poppins a show up gene not in the first ninety minutes of that moby assets right it's unbelievable they should they should rename it eventually mary poppins she's not in the first sixty minutes it's horrible like if i invite my daughter gives immigration like i don't know mary eventually pops in its exam you see more a of yards in the first thirty minutes than he see of her i were live on kfi was going on but a school resource officer says parents should sit down with their children to talk about the shooting in florida they're saying it everywhere family and friends are talking about it it's on social media and every tv aired frontier safety and emergency manager for the san bernardino school district says find out what they know it's a hard conversation it's hard for young minds to understand what they've been through it's hard for parents to send our children to places where we don't have direct control over a men were concerned for their safety can be scary for younger and older kids but he says this.
"jim germany" Discussed on Harmontown
"Ugh sorry i'm not doctor phil why is he so great you hate him so what what what are you work gm market you no he just make the opposite of by working for think about it it's it's a a weird weird sites site i make donaldson and you've got to the jim germany but has come out of your body ooh traffic has ramp lord of gibney site me on site as your momma so hard that i'd made it less drag derek arjun said doorway i'm sorry tara of property hand tara was uncomfortable that was good i mean it makes it i mean that was a good one i feel i i feel bad grabbed juve yet do you feel more activated is a creator now after that i think so i mean our army out there would be some i think so i thought maybe if i stirred the paddock a little bit will be some creative energies like maybe we would go go oh here we should talk about thunder cats what was corrado that carter uh i think pan throwing into tire were an item the i think they were keeping a quiet because the kids around yet because they would they would always kind of like a widely kept wildcat we're always around too much you know the pan throw he had his moment i said pin tara yet pera shares are banned i can't believe i have lost all of the thunder amusing my thunder cat same all of the thunder cats lionel lyonel lyonel the train liar no lyon now right pam throw can throw she tara rolling out it's going to get harder okay tied guererro.
"jim germany" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Wunderlist wonderland way only a different area the temblor love reading narrow vive you have made my life we thank you mike were falling i saw him we didn't go to the call but i saw on the call board of that works this morning and it's the elvis in frank it that was a tv special where mr sinatra and alba's came out and they switched their songs back and forth and it was great because you the girls screaming for elvis the where these the screen for brings in our german they were bobbysocksers so that the fun p sets of bumpy is right there hate piscopo in the morning thank you albert for finding that 745 right now so i'm seeing here on uh what what's on twitter when i see that uh with with fox news put out they put out that on new incoming new jersey governor please do stab wounds agency for defensive protection of illegal immigrants so this says here that and we wish governor m elect murphy he's in it'd be sworn in at noon today when former ambassador to germany that the shot right there from fox news bigger the visit ambassador jim germany's such a mess was immigration situation and it phil murphy is using as an example the two abrines over to new jersey than we got a problem but a system where he takes office as an excuse replaced with steps a state agency geared toward aiding undocumented immigrants this is from the post murphy democrat i'm reading here from fox news who held the ambassador post under president barack obama episode the uses a goldman sachs executive those are all shots by the way aren't they frankly because they're the way they describe him goldman sachs miller descriptive v word goldman sarah any was of a new did me was one of obama got this at the age me call the office of immigrant defensive protection if donald trump her answer the the ends daca so of this is my question and we wish governor look murphy all the best in the world and and and with me just go to out for two seconds because i heard this on one of your newscasts earlier what else is the governor doing for the stated that his governorelect mercury thing.
"jim germany" Discussed on WDRC
"Business ledger offers you're not supposed to be able to control that but now i gives you can because the the roger goodell has just stroked surrendered to protesters in uh in the league what about the fan base you talk to the owners you talked to the players you talk to the player union representatives you ever think about the fan base what are they supposed to do his put up with all your nonsense they're not going to do it it's not like watching football on sunday afternoon is tantamount to a food and water and the employment third pay your bills people can do without it and i submit they probably will uh jim germany in kentucky jimmy thank you for waiting i appreciated are you doing germany all gerald creation deaths heart by a very skilled uh what hours tolutau it actually changed their front porch and the air fail as far eightdayold deals i really don't want to say them to be forced to diane during the night of all my rate a s eight others i do not want native audie adding are looking at each other and site will all raised loud and called on by an is likely face i or dollarshort haywire i'll i'll all in all we walked hiked in eight laura less than almost i and i will mark the tone set by nick found a month what out apart down let take took the nee i would wanna know why i will walk now yet what was going on and if they do sorry mightiest i get a bible we're gonna call though what i ever region which showing in black and white showing you the flash a if you're wrong you apologize and then don't tight navy brown earlier you know i see our see your point but you know it's it's kinda hard to control grown man especially grown men uh murder or acting more large fiveeuro petulant children the make twenty forty million dollar there's a year here's the thing with the league and the owners uh you know jerry jones of anybody that didn't spam was going to get bench for the game i don't know if he's changed his uh his position on the had i would imagine he has referred the nfl commissioner is gonna surrender to uh protesters i guess we will too it's all about.
"jim germany" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"At least i'm presuming i would assume so the they're not hear ghosts i gave her scientists we would agree with ourselves i mean if there is a side scientists would say that it's one of the only survivor was the chimney sweep but he'd been badly injured in the frock us and died just a few weeks later all of this comes from the mouth of the chimney sweep oh and you can always trust someone who speaks in then spits a bunch of black stuff out of their mouth speaks again uh sometimes i'm prompt to dan but i won't right now because i feel no joy because something by funky classic jim germany's i really wish we could go to a tavern during this time and just hear the funds store yeah what every surface of the house had been covered in greenish suit that smelled like rotten eggs every surface that is except for the fireplace which was pristine league clean as if it had just been built in the family who moved in after the widow had a hell of a time as well not too long after their arrival they started hearing a voice coming down from the chimney saying vile things about the woman of the house you've got bad shoes and don't have a sense of humor abadan drive new lights iron fist start netflixing you disgusting woman a chimney ghost cuts deep husband decided he was going to camp out on the roof to see who was quote unquote playing the devil's jetzt.
"jim germany" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"English your computer programmer right now is a requirement that it be naturalized yet to speak english the notion that speak english one of your partner immigration systems would be as you very a historical secondly i don't wanna get off into a whole thing about history here but the statue of liberty is a symbol of liberty a lightening the world as a several of american liberty lighting the world the poem that you referring to was added later is not actually part of the original statue 'liberty but more fundamentally that sounds like some national no does your own to the world jibril people assertive do you believe that this country jim germany believes highlyskilled and jimmy june jim i appreciate your speech in 1971 we let in three hundred thousand people year was that violating or not violating the statue of liberty law of the land in nineteen in the 1990s what was half a million a year was a violating or not by letting the statue of liberty law of the land what are we seven hundred thousand tell me one years tell me what years meet jim across his definition of the statue of liberty pole law of the land yvette giraud right now wants to build his actually won a sweeping change shirley gives you don't actually think that a wall affects green card policy i wanna research into you really of cnn not know the difference between green card polcie and illegal immigration are you really don't know them into this country nineteen six rubber fruit as well rises in obtain they've ruined card yes people who allegations eventually people who not fab gene jim as a factual question ways fewer obtaining heart.
"jim germany" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Show allpowerful six number one for him off yeah i remember sarah sandwich i think my now with his vanessa none was the count but now coun did how much junk what might come down this i say what might make this they lord the mighty away win like stem i know that it might face accu wait the dress up join you breath the break i am did the beyond the pale i do feel with just two bike which of view i still patmos cities i quit if these the ice to the latest folk my less well jesuit by well brash out put the baby and the spy row soprano we like the epa done now he's levels poet you would now be humble for the second round bold iowa hello malan low hullah liam the now from now sir leon bow down low hullah leon the now i again that he ran no off my stay on the the off my daddy think i blowing up your home i'm so sick and tired the photoshop shelby be midmatch of wounding effort to show me so much voa blunder as loves thing that right don't you with that this is why too crazy you madam sleeping avenue i from ac eight of them wanted me i don't fabricate eight most abby thank you pay as they might is not a she never played h this take great plant the ap got that did duct tape my house being you let the dumb if my pilot will beat the outgoing on the list after the down but the other down now now i let down on them down dji carbon crews i should be the core air crews jim germany there is cool the poverty the core really was the funeral we do love lucy something to love the two zero pulse of meals so why the deal right should the governor go echo the news jio should assad issue of bush our guest pushed reach other bush needs i was ready to china jay or asio as lag now as an elected atop the predominant dislodge joubert security guns are you only me acknowledge that kathan no.