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Sony debuts new VR headset and auto company at CES
"Virtual virtual reality reality and and cars cars are are the the new new products products from from Sony Sony at at the the Consumer Consumer Electronics Electronics Show Show in in Las Las Vegas Vegas PlayStation PlayStation VR VR is is introducing introducing a a new new generation generation of of VR VR games games that that means means experiences experiences that that can can evoke evoke a a whole whole range range of of emotions emotions Jim Jim Ryan Ryan with with Sony Sony interactive interactive introduced introduced a a new new headset headset Tom Tom Holland's Holland's upcoming upcoming movie movie on on charter charter is is based based on on a a PlayStation PlayStation VR VR game game soon soon as as we we started started we we didn't didn't stop stop I I remember remember them them trying trying to to drag drag me me out out my my trailer trailer to to come come back back to to cells cells are are known known about about the the mission mission leave leave me me alone alone Sony Sony also also introduced introduced an an electronic electronic vehicle vehicle prototype prototype the the vision vision S. S. S. S. U. U. V. V. this this is is tech tech expert expert Jonathan Jonathan Rubini Rubini there's there's just just a a bunch bunch of of walls walls in in these these cars cars and and certainly certainly has has the the advantage advantage that that they they have have a a lot lot of of these these sensors sensors and and technologies technologies that that they they have have been been building building for for many many years years for for the the cameras cameras and and everything everything else else Sony Sony is is serious serious about about electric electric vehicles vehicles launching launching a a new new company company in in the the spring spring called called Sony Sony mobility mobility I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
Powell sees taper by the end of the year, but says there's 'much ground to cover' before rate hikes
"If the economy continues to get stronger, says ABC Jim Ryan, watch for the Federal Reserve to begin tapering off some of its easy money policies before the end of the year. In a much anticipated speech as part of the Fed's annual Jackson Hole symposium, Jerome Powell says interest rate hikes are still often
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Now Testing Negative for COVID-19
"Announcing that he got a breakthrough case of coronavirus, Texas Governor Greg Abbott now says he has tested negative. ABC is Jim Ryan has details now testing negative. Greg Abbott will remain quarantined at the governor's mansion for a few more days. But he will keep tabs on items before the state Legislature, including opening infusion centers for antibody therapy treatment across the entire state of Texas. Abbott received infusions of Regeneron to head off any symptoms. He wants to make the same monoclonal antibody treatment available to others who catch Covid 19,
2020 Census Data Shows U.S. Population Is More Diverse
"The Census Bureau's latest data shows. The U. S is getting more diverse. ABC is Jim Ryan. Reports between 2010 and 2020. The country grew by only 7.4% to 331 million people, the slowest rate of growth since the 19 thirties. And among those 331 million people, says the Census Bureau's Nicholas Jones. The U. S population is much more multiracial and more racially and ethnically diverse than what we measured in the Past. The number of people selecting some other race on census forms more than doubled now comprises about 15% of the country's population, surpassing African Americans as the second largest group behind white people.
Tokyo Olympics Conclude, Marking End of Strangest Games on Record
"Flame has been extinguished, signaling the end of Tokyo 2020, an event delayed one year by the global pandemic. NBC's Jim Ryan was covering the game from the empty stadiums to the quarantines to the masks on every face. Coronavirus was as much a player at the games of the 32nd Olympiad as any gymnast, swimmer or skateboarder. Given the rising covid numbers, many Japanese remained sceptical about the wisdom of hosting the Olympics outside the closing ceremony. In fact, public protests raged on, but for better or worse, the games were held over the course of 16 days, records fell, winning streaks were broken or extended. And athletes from countries as big as China and as small as Turkmenistan became Olympians. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Tokyo The next
Biles out of More Olympic Events
"USA Gymnastics Simone Biles has withdrawn from more events. ABC is Jim Ryan in Tokyo. She's already stepped away from the gymnastics team competition and the all around here at Tokyo. Now, Simone Biles said she's skipping the finals for vault in the uneven bars. The 24 year old blames what she and other gymnasts called the twist ease. Her brain, and her body, she says, are simply not in sync. She fears getting hurt if she
Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19
"At the 2016 Olympics in Rio and pole vaulter Sam Kendrick. Came to Japan with his sights set on gold. Well, now he's tested positive for Covid Dr Richard Budget, the medical and scientific director for the International Olympic Committee. It's tough for any athlete when they're sick in the lead up to this major event, and on top of that, if it happens to be covid 19 You end up in an isolation hotel, which is really hard to track and field events start on Saturday, but Sam Kendricks is out of this year's Olympics. Jim Ryan ABC News Tokyo Meanwhile, it was another successful
Why Jim Ryun Relied on God to Make His Running Dreams Happen
"But here's a pivotal story in here. Eric and i tell our campers that jim ryan running camp about this. You have to take ownership at some point so during the winter of nineteen sixty three at the will. It's being bad. The winter of nineteen sixty four going into the nineteen sixty four. I had grown weary of running on my own running on the ice and falling in the snow and the cold and everything and they went into see coach timmons nosed as a coach really. Couldn't work with you in the off season. They said coach. This is really hard. I sit you know morning on my own learning dark. I've fallen on the is running in the snow and he just listened to finally said. Jim have heavier goals change. My goal was to be the first high school boy toward an appointment. As i said coach. They really haven't. He said well the need to get back out there and keep going see. I went in with the idea that i wanted to pat on the back. And what happened is he sent me home. Kick kicking the rump. Saying if this is important for you the new. You're the only one that can make this happen. And at that point. I began relying more and more upon god because a new this is going to happen for a kid who didn't understand running and doing things never done before that would have to be happening with governed opened those doors and so the running developed again quickly and in june of nineteen sixty four. I became the first high school boy to run under four minutes and then in september of nineteen sixty four. I became the youngest runner. Middle-distance runner where you going to call it. The ever make the us track and field olympic team and went to tokyo so it was quite a transformation
PlayStation 5 Hits 10 Million Sold
"As hit a huge milestone. Ps five exit ten million units sold. I'm pulling from christopher drink at games. Industry dot biz playstation. Five is sony's fastest-selling games console. After surpassing ten million sales worldwide. The newcastle reached the figure on july eighteenth. Just under a month faster than the. Ps four managed other sales figures released by sony. Include that spider man. Miles morales has sold over six point. Five million copies since this launch last year. Ps five exclusives. Maternal released in april a has exceeded five hundred sixty thousand copies in rationing clink ripped apart which was which was released. Last month is already over. One point one million units worldwide. Meanwhile sony san diego developed the show twenty one which was released on non playstation platforms as well as surpassed two million sales worldwide. The game actually has more than four million players and was included in the game pass subscription servants sting. Yeah playstation five. Sales performance has been dependent on the company's ability. Supply demand with the console sold out global. Ceo jim ryan in a statement said that improving inventory levels remains a top priority. Speaking with games introduced biz. Ryan adds that. Ps five has seen double digit growth in terms of engagement whether that's monthly users or game playtime compared with the launch window of ps four quote. Engagement on the platform is the highest that. We've ever seen whichever way you look at it and quote key says
Huge Rescue Effort Underway as Building Near Miami Partially Collapses
"In the world. A disaster this morning when the dust cleared, there was the back half of the building or back. Two thirds of the building was gone. It's to the ground that man lives near Champlain Towers south on Collins Avenue and Surfside, just north of Miami Beach. A large section of the 12 storey condo complex collapsed early this morning, leaving the upper floors pancaked onto the lower and a mountain of concrete and sheetrock. ABC s lie anomalies reports from Miami, Michael Ruins lives in the neighborhood and ran out to see the damage. He said the building was wiped out with a pile of rubble in the back. I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life. All at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Ruis saw first responders working to rescue people trapped in what was left helping some elderly people coming down through the, uh to the Japanese with a big ladder trucks from the fire rescue. There's no word yet on casualties were the cause of the collapse. Jim Ryan ABC news and We will hear more
CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage
"The New York Times. CNN Twitch British government. Hulu HBO. Max Amazon, You name it. They got various error messages this morning like Unknown domain. No, those domains are out there. But dozens of websites around the world went out this morning because of an outage at a cloud servicing company called Fastly. Fastly says it's investigating the issue and as of right now, Well, Fastly says. It's a technical issue. They still haven't said No, it was not some sort of cyber attack hack. So that's what we're going to be watching all day was. What was this? And how could one single company get hit? Take down all of these information sites will be following up on that right now Jim Ryan. And speaking
Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes
"After two fatal crashes and the total grounding of the aircraft confidence is building again in the Boeing. 7 37 Max. Here's a B C's Jim Ryan after accidents involving Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines killed 346 people. Aviation authorities around the world ordered the 7 37 Max out of the sky. As investigators search for the causes of the crash is bowing, accumulated to stockpile of 400 of that plane. Now Southwest Airlines has announced 100 firm orders for the max with the first headed into the Pink bay in 2022 to receive this Southwest
Text messages promising $1,400 daily stimulus checks are actually scams, IRS warns
"For people who have lost their jobs in their security to Corona virus. The text message is a god sent there now eligible for $1400 daily, through covered relief program. You have been Smith, the text contains a link to instructions on how to get your money. But kneeled US wanting of Stanford University's Advanced Security certification program says that merely clicking on the link could expose the recipients. Personal financial data relief will arrive in the form of a check in the mail. Or a direct deposit to the bank account that you've used in the past with the I R s far from receiving a stimulus payment. The victim stands to lose everything from his or her bank account. Federal Trade Commission has received over 350,000 reports of such scams resulting in total fraud losses north of 336 million has realized that as him as might appear, take a screenshot of it, Send it to the I. R s and then delete the message with Tech trends. Jim Ryan ABC News At the Kamo news time Now for 14. Other update on
'A Complete Bungle': Texas' Power Grid Fails in Record Cold
"The power is still out in Houston. People are asking how much more cannot bear there. Sylvester Turner says a year of disasters is wearing on his city hurricane the coronavirus. And now is this winter storm and it's back to back to back progress was made overnight in restoring power outages around Texas went from three million yesterday to under a million this morning. But the death toll is still rising. More than 30. People have died across the region as a result of the cold. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS Dallas first time filings for unemployment insurance jumped
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"For celebration before Ash Wednesday in the beginning of Lent, But ABC is Jim Ryan says Fat Tuesday. 2021 is dramatically slimmed down. This'll was Mardi Gras 2020 of thousands float into New Orleans to celebrate its not that one of them carried coronavirus. Louisiana has recorded 9300 covert deaths in the 12 months since then. The decision was made to prohibit the usual parades and mass parties. Bourbon Street is abandoned on this fat Tuesday, and Opal Simpson had a restaurant to herself might not have MARTA ground, but we still got the music and we got the spirit generally in ABC News. Governor Bashir's covert briefing is coming up at
Federal judge temporarily blocks Biden's deportation moratorium
"President Biden's temporary pause in deportations has been put on pause. ABC is Jim Ryan, reports a Trump appointed federal judge in Texas. Has issued a temporary restraining order against the moratorium. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton has ruled that the new administration has failed to provide what tipping calls any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100 Day. Pause on deportations. The order bars enforcement of the moratorium for 14 days, but it does not require deportations to resume at their previous pace. ABC is Jim Ryan reporting the White House, though confident the ruling will be overturned.
FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed
"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening
What to expect at the first ever all-digital CES 2021
"Koenig is the V P of research at the Consumer Technology Association, which usually puts on SI es in Las Vegas this year. Because of the Corona virus pandemic, The show will be completely online. We're gonna have an anchor desk. It will help attendees navigate different elements of the show. Whether it's keynotes conference sessions, different product announcements, E. E. T. T. A A is is touting touting new new features features on on the the C C E E s s website website that that are are supposed supposed to to recreate recreate the the feeling feeling of of an an in in person person event. event. There There are are tools tools that that allow allow attendees attendees to to connect connect peer peer to to peer peer if if you you like like also to arrange meetings, so there's a very interactive Function with this next year's show is scheduled to return to Las Vegas. But the same time we also will preserve that all digital component. And so I think what you'll see in 2022 is is really a hybrid. Event with Tech trends. I'm Jim Ryan, ABC News President. Trump has been awarding the Medal of Freedom to friends and allies recently, but now he's
"jim ryan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thanksgiving holiday coming up. This is a year to do Thanksgiving differently, Health Commissioner Dr Stephen Stack says. This year we must keep our celebrations small. Avoid in person gatherings with people who do not live in your household. I know this is a sacrifice. It's a smaller sacrifice than everyone that we care about her love gets dead. Have a prolonged recovery or heaven forbid I also, he says, to follow the CDC guidelines to wear a mask social distance and avoid large gatherings. Suzanne Duval is radio 8 40 W H. A s Today is Veterans Day, and Louisville's largest employer is committing to hiring hundreds of veterans over the next four years. You man as pledging to hire 600, Kentucky veterans. And their spouse is President of Human as retail segment is Alan Wheatley. We're excited about what our enhanced iron commitment with the state will mean for the citizens of Kentucky. And for the members we served. The hires will come primarily through humanity, tri care support to the Department of Defense Community. President Trump remains defiant about the outcome of the election. Without explaining his reasoning. Mr Trump insists that he won a second term in the White House. This is Jim Ryan in Wilmington, Delaware, where President elect Joe Biden was asked why more high profile GOP figures have not accepted the results of the election. The whole Republican Party has been put in a position with a few notable exceptions of Being mildly intimidated by a sitting president, Senator Lindsey Graham, on the other hand, says he hopes Donald Trump runs again in four years, assuming his legal challenges to last week's election fail. And Joe Biden is sworn in as the next president. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS, Wilmington, Delaware. President Trump and 18 Republican led states Tuesday asked the U. S. Supreme Court to eliminate the affordable Care act, saying provisioned called the Individual mandate that's no longer enforced is unconstitutional. At one time that provisioned penalized. People who opted toe have no health insurance at all. At the Tuesday hearing, too. Conservative justices lead observers that they might be inclined to not overturned the health care law. Their votes may save it from being declared unconstitutional. But as a B C's Devon dire reports the newest justice Amy Cockney, Barrett, disagreed. So much of her confirmation focused on health care. In this case, the Democrats in the Senate were warning that she would be the death to Obama care that she had previously criticized John Roberts. Over his interpretation of the law, and she was all of those things she even though she said in her here, and she wouldn't be hostile to the affordable care act. Clearly, she signaled that she doesn't think the mandate is constitutional, and she also suggested that it's not several, she said, if Congress wanted to sever the mandate. They could have done that. And they didn't do it. And a reminder If you're heading to the Cincinnati area this morning, expect some delays.
"jim ryan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Shots fired call about 100. Protesters were arrested for damaging businesses, moving barricades and for unlawful assembly. As a bee sees Jim Ryan reporting it's now coming up on 10 03 and the current virus blamed for 200 to new deaths yesterday, the state also announcing almost 2600 new cases of covered 19 and the positivity rate for new cases went up a tic toe. 5.3%. Johnson and Johnson does have a vaccine candidate, though in the final stage of clinical trials, President Trump told reporters at the White House. It's the fourth in the U. S. To reach the final stage. We encouraged Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial. It's not only interesting it will be. A terrific thing for our country. We encourage everybody to enroll as many people is way Can Trump also noted $200 Million of cares. Act funding is going to all the states to prepare for distribution of the vaccine to high risk residents. That's Mark Mayfield reporting. Coming up on 10 03 after his great American comeback event in Jacksonville tonight. The president's coming to Miami tomorrow for Latinos for Trump Roundtable. We're learning that he is not, in fact going to meet with Judge Barbara Lagoa, who's on his short list to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. The Cuban American from Miami was briefly on the Florida Supreme Court before being tapped to the U. S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The president will be making his announcement public Saturday at 5 P.m.. Taking a look right now. On Wall Street. Stocks are starting to trade this morning and mixed territory and right now all across the board positive. Dow up 29 points in 7 26,092. NASDAQ up 21 points in the SNP ahead by nine Morning's A 10 30 Prime Mud's next I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 w Y o.
"jim ryan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Not coming up on 7 40 at news radio 8 40 years Penny and I did escape. Orange Beach. Yes, we still went. Oh, beat. It was just gonna tropical storm and it was gonna be not be where we all were. But guess what came our way. And there was some sad news to report out there. Of course there is. One person did passed, but we got out of there before. The hurricane actually hit. That part of the coast, but Jim Ryan eyes also taking a look as another storm now threatening the Gulf Coast. Jim Ryan for ABC News is going to give us details on this one coming up next on news radio for a change. Doesn't matter. Our wook. Why whether lady Suzanne Organ is calling for a beautiful day again today sunshine with a high of 77 Tonight's gonna be clear with a low of 51 tomorrow's the first day of fall. We'll start out with partly cloudy skies with a high of 77 for Wednesday, or partly cloudy conditions. For the high 78 Currently it's 49 at news radio 8 40. Yes. What does covert 19 have to do with losing her home? Well, ah lot. Cyber crime is up 75% since the virus hit us, Rudy Giuliani here, And if you own a home or property, look out for home title theft, one of the fastest growing crimes, the legal titles toe. All our homes are online. Now all thieves have to do is forge your signature on a quit claim deed. Stating you sold your home. Then they take out a loan after loan on.
"jim ryan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"To Jim Ryan, Jim. We've talked many times on this show the price that first responders pay, including being separated from their families and all kinds of other stories, and now we're leading to a statistic. That's not not really good, Jim. No one really is that by any measure, this is not good. You look at either the officer down Memorial page or at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, you'll see that dozens of police officers have died this year. Interestingly, looking looking first at the, uh, the officer down memorial page It says that 120 officers have been killed in the line of duty this year. Those are of course shares deputies, state troopers, prison guards, police helps it all sorts of those first line responders. Compared with 65 who've died at the national law enforcement officers. Well, the difference. Of course here is that the memorial page is including covert 19 deaths. Out with the people in charge of the other sites say that you know, by the end of this year, undoubtedly covert 19 deaths will be the leading cause of on duty deaths among police officers, and already it looks as though it's going that way. Covert 19 accounts for 52 Line of duty deaths among police officers, compared with 29 from gunfire. So already it appears that Corona virus is the leading cause of on duty deaths of police officers in this country. It's remarkable. How have we not heard about this? Because there are folks that air they're trying to get people to wear masks until you look at young people are at risk. And if this is true, these air, fairly young, healthy people. Why is this not more commonplace knowledge? You know, That's a great question. I think that part of it. I mean, the Ah Memorial Fund, the the national Law Enforcement officers more fund is a little more conservative conservative about this wait until the covert 19 has been verified that the Corona that the coroner's report or medical examiner's report verifies that this is a covert 19 death, But in many cases, it's quite well known that that's what the officer Well that he tested positive He or she was at home because covered 19 eventually expired from it. So you know, it looks as though and then again these cases and there could be many, many more than this look to be on a face to be covert 19 related deaths, and I think that that's what accounts for the difference here. No one is looking at a little more cautiously, saying, Let's wait till these cases are verified. Now the other one keeps a daily, longer, tragic daily long that's updated within hours of an officer's death and yet account for the covert 19. Jim Ryan ABC News in Dallas, Texas. You know, these cops have gone through so much the last couple of decades this last decade heroin, so they're they're bringing people back to life on a daily basis, sometimes multiple times in the days that are dealing with People that are assaulting them in the street. I'm thinking and now we've got cove in 19. They probably thought when they were signing up to be a police officer, they wouldn't die of a pandemic. But I wonder if the protests the number of protests that had that they have had to work these long hours. Where their immune system are down, and they're exhausted and they're still out there, battling on the front lines with these protesters wonder if that has anything to do with the gym. Well, potentially, I mean, being with any crowd, of course, is going to expose you to Corona virus, Potentially. But I think that responding to those things, the officers of other I've seen a big year. Demonstrations and protests around the country, whether they turn out violent or that it's just a crowd control matter. The officers are wearing masks a lot of cases. Obviously, they're wearing face shields as well. SWAT officers In daily interactions. Then you may have noticed this too. You see, an officer was pulled somebody over a sheriff's deputy. You're a trooper or the local police officer. Very often. They're not wearing that. Neither is the motorist, obviously, in most cases, so I think that daily exposure that daily you contact with the public may account for much of this as the unusual event of a big demonstration. Now a skeptic would say that there's number of manipulation happening that police officers maybe died in the line of duty, but they don't want to make it look like there's an attack on police officers, but he was asymptomatic and covert positive. So let's say he died of Cove. It Are we confident that this was indeed illness that brought on death? Well, you know, I think if the officer down Memorial page has any sort of agenda, it would be not in inflating these numbers but making sure that they're accurate. And so, yeah, I think that the news stories very often. That's what they based a lot of this on his new stories around the country. That relate to these police officers in the individual officers and each name on the list carries with it An account of what happened with this officer. So yeah, I don't know. I don't know if they're playing with the numbers in some way, but I don't. I don't think there's much of an agenda to do it. And again, there are two organizations. They're keeping tabs on these things, too. Thank you for your time. Jim Ryan, stay safe in Dallas and see where Texas is. You guys were trying to get back on the road, and it's It's a long haul for you guys. So good luck down there, Jim. Thanks a lot. Appreciate it. You got it. Texas.
"jim ryan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Time Jim Ryan coronavirus cases are up in more than twenty states and put a Rico in some places they're talking about closing down again because infections are on the rise a new CDC study out this week shows how lethal covert nineteen can be for people who have underlying medical issues ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton twelve times more deadly in people with certain medical conditions are pre existing so we're talking about common conditions like heart disease representing thirty two percent of the cases diabetes representing thirty percent of these tracks cases and chronic lung disease eighteen percent people certainly do want to shop retail sales jumped nearly eighteen percent from April to may the biggest month to month increase ever president trump is holding a rose garden ceremony today to announce a series of federal police reforms he also will meet with families of some of those killed in police involved violence this is ABC news the corona virus pandemic is forcing more changes at Harvard the university now says it will not require high school students to submit SAT or ACT scores next year Harvard officials cite challenges and scheduling those test New Zealand now has two more cases of coronavirus the first reported there in more than three weeks two women who traveled to New Zealand from Great Britain tested positive there's no violence in the Middle East over Israel's plan to take part of the west bank Gaza militants firing a rocket on southern Israel that exploded in an open field late Monday night the attack came just hours after a top Hamas leader vowed Israeli annexation would be quote confronted with the resistance in all forms the Israeli army responding with airstrikes on Hamas positions in the strip prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working with the White House on a controversial plan to unilaterally annexed parts of the disputed west bank Giordana mailer ABC news Jerusalem Jim Ryan ABC news this is an advertisement paid on attorney spokesperson regular block admitted Massachusetts only Sokolov law LLC Chestnut Hill mass Paul J. Morgan Winter.
"jim ryan" Discussed on KOMO
"Money management investments in securities involves risk of loss last store find the right fit for stay connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news coming up local health officials say don't panic just washing often and consider skipping the concert ten who's less well protected you for your delivery guy I'm poor would take a live look at our traffic and weather in four minutes but first A. B. C. news at six thirty first responders sifting through the rubble left by violent tornadoes in Tennessee the storm crashed into Nashville with little warning and in the middle of the night knocking down dozens of buildings the whole back of the roof was caved in the front of it okay then we have no ports and all the houses on our street are completely gone Damon is okay physically put his home in Nashville maybe a total loss I'm just terrified I literally just pay my rent what yesterday and have nothing now Jim Ryan ABC news nine people have died Tennessee one of the super Tuesday states some schools that have been closed for voting will remain closed as the cleanup goes on there are thirteen hundred delegates at stake today on the super Tuesday including California which accounts for nearly a third of them new procedures in place to screen for corona viruses researchers work on vaccine vaccine with regard to initial testing for safety will likely do that within the next month and a half to six weeks or so actor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Jerry Preston ABC news news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good morning it's five thirty one head on this Tuesday morning we have showers around western Washington and it's forty eight degrees along with Greg Herschel time at the factor here the top stories from the call twenty four seven news center there are no eighteen confirmed cases of the coronavirus locally in six of those people have died almost Brian Calvert reports line officials in Everett fear there could be a few hundred more undiagnosed cases every mayor Cassie Franklin told us last night we are not closing facilities at this time we're creating a plan should we have.
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"ABC news on Jim Ryan tonight six democratic presidential candidates will hold their final debate before the Iowa caucuses on February third ABC's linsey Davis in des Moines has more on one candidate who didn't make the line up Michael Bloomberg there's a possibility they think you might be able to qualify for next month's debate a lot of the candidates have been taking issue with another billionaire trying to buy an election so we'll see if Michael Bloomberg's name does come up you know he's not on the debate stage the Democrats already in office have been huddling on Capitol Hill today house speaker Nancy Pelosi's caucus deciding who will service impeachment managers during the Senate trial the speaker says they'll vote on a resolution tomorrow Russian military hackers had breached the Ukrainian gas company where hunter Biden once served on the board some say they were looking for material that could damage Joe Biden's campaign the women's NBA and its players union have reached an agreement that would sharply increase salaries and provide more benefits to players this is ABC news the city of Chicago has a new police superintendent who seems to be betting on a reduction of violence for the windy city at the city club of Chicago interim police superintendent Charlie back says he sees similarities between the way Los Angeles cleaned up its violent crime in the nineties and the path Chicago is done what alley is gone through before Chicago is going through now he points to a consent decree LA police entered into after the Rodney king beating and the one Chicago police entered into following the shooting death of a Quantic Donald both cities suffered their most violent years following these tipping point advance Chicago was searching for a new permanent superintendent Ribeiro ABC news Chicago Friday March one hundred years since prohibition began in this country drinking alcohol was outlawed across the U. S..
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"I'm Jim Ryan oil prices are rising after the weekend attack on a Saudi Arabian oil facility ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz with some of the world's largest oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia still smoldering president trump threatening military action in retaliation tweeting we are locked and loaded depending on verification but a senior administration official tells ABC news that the highly coordinated attack was launched from a runny and so we'll talk to resuming this morning between the UAW and General Motors after nearly fifty thousand auto workers hit the picket lines the two sides reportedly are far apart on issues like wages job security and health benefits. pharma the maker of oxycontin has filed for bankruptcy as part of a deal to settle lawsuits over the opioid crisis only about half the states and local governments suing the company agreed to that deal which could be worth up to twelve billion dollars this is ABC news a propane gas explosion has ripped through a building in Maine killing one firefighter and leaving at least six more hurt the building in Farmington had been evacuated when someone smelled gas a Kentucky teacher accused of having sex with the student is challenging a state law former Oldham county teacher Haley read is charged with rape sodomy and unlawful exchange with a minor but her attorney Greg Sims says there's confusion under state law about a teen's right to legally consent to sexual contact being with a person in a position of trust authority is not on that list that does not mean you can't consent there's the big hole says under Kentucky state law consent would have been allowed if the child had sexual contact with a teacher at another school if the relationship had started months earlier or if the teacher and student had been married they filed a motion challenging the state law Ribeiro ABC news and Sony is offering a monster of a television it measures sixty three feet and can be installed in a home with a big enough wall for five million dollars Jim Ryan ABC news there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that.
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"Add with that an expert and this morning we talk A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan he told us about the federal government on three new sites along the border to expand the remain in Mexico protocol the temporary soft sided facilities he says tense basically would function as virtual courtrooms or immigration judges would remotely assess the cases of asylum seekers we're talking about temporary soft sided in government ease of soft sided buildings if you were they be subdivided into smaller spaces where asylum seekers people making application would be brought and they would make their case before a judge judge with indeterminable either it should move forward or whether the person should be sent back to his or her home country of fairly quick process already it only takes a few minutes but the process of getting the asylum seeker to the courthouse to physical courthouse a few miles away from the border or a fairly far away from the U. S. Mexico line takes several hours sometimes days so in this case they hope to speed the process along and clear out a backlog that includes thousands of cases that are sitting before immigration judges now all right that was A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan talking about some of those kind of pop up court rooms that are going to be going up on the southern border as the country tries to process everyone that's down there in this detention centers are certainly a very full yes alright we'll coming up a little bit later on we're gonna be talking more about food waste it's something that is so pervasive across the nation a specially during the summertime months when people are buying more and more produce and then perhaps it's going to waste because they can't eat it in time so we've got some great pointers on ways that you can eserver maybe even compost to the produce that you haven't had a chance to eat that's coming for later on how did you like the news ninety three point one.
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"Jim Ryan, on the outskirts of Kansas City, where the sirens scream four hours, late yesterday, has a huge funnel dropped from the sky. The sirens, followed by the roar of tornado. I could hear it was over. I saw my bedroom just leave. It was gone dairy farmer Bryant. Hans lost cattle silos his home and his barn. But his family is okay. We're underneath the one part of the house that didn't get taken this community Bonner spring, south west of Kansas City was especially hard hit veterinary doctor Paul Slater as lived here in tornado alley for nearly two decades. And in that time multiple tornadoes have gone by, but they've always gone north and east. So I think that anything would hit here. You don't know what you're going to get into to get up his clinic was badly damaged, but none of the animals in his care were hurt, despite the miles of destruction. Officials say no one was killed at only about a dozen people were injured. I'm Jim Ryan, ABC news in Bonner springs. Kansas now with more news. Here's Sherry Preston. National weather service, now says there have been twelve straight days of at least eight tornadoes across the country. The strong storms pushing to the east coast in northern New Jersey, a suspected tornado whipped through the town of Stanhope Leno. Callahan watched the sky we were outside. It was like some of the clouds were staying still when the other clouds were moving. It was really weird. Louisiana lawmakers could vote as soon as today on new restrictions on abortion, Bill would outlaw abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected as in.
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"Jim Ryan on the outskirts of Kansas City, where the sirens scream four hours, late yesterday as a huge funnel drop from the sky, the sirens, followed by the roar of tornado. I can hear it was over. I saw my bedroom. Just leave as gone dairy farmer Bryant. Hans lost cattle silos his home and his barn. But his family is okay. We're underneath the one part of the house. That's didn't get taken this community honor spring south west of Kansas City was especially hard hit, veterinarian, Dr Paul Slater as lived here in tornado alley for nearly two decades. And in that time multiple tornadoes gone by, but they've always gone north and east side ever even think that anything would hit here. You don't know what you're going to get into to get up his clinic was badly damaged, but none of the animals in his care were hurt, despite the miles of destruction. Officials say no one was killed at only about a dozen people were injured. I'm Jim Ryan, ABC news in Bonner springs. Kansas. Now with more news. Here's Sherry Preston. The national weather service now says there have been twelve straight days of at least eight tornadoes across the country, the strong storms pushing to the east coast in northern New Jersey, a suspected tornado with through the town of Stanhope, Linda Callahan. Watch the sky. We were outside. It was like some of the clouds were staying still when the clouds were moving. It was really weird. Louisiana lawmakers could vote as soon as today on new restrictions on abortion, Bill would outlaw abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected as in.
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"Only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven from Texas to Tennessee this week begins with cleanup from a weekend of severe weather ABC's. Jim Ryan is in Texas where at least two suspected tornadoes down for boarded tornado alley to the other. We a tornado come through here. His the season to be wary. We've seen trampolines mourns flying around. Mark Weldon lives new Houston, the roof of that mourned swollen over the top of hear the thunder storm that tore through the Houston area was fast moving but furious and brought fierce winds. Open up to let the dogs out. And there was no Pence narrow lives in the city of unbel-, Texas. Oh my gosh. Like it was crazy to nearby. Pasadena says fire chief art al-eman broken poles power lines down. We do have a building that collapsed. It was unoccupied only because it was the weekend. One hundred fifty miles northeast of there at a church in tiny San Gabriel, Texas, the sailing's yawn the picture would probably at least refurbish not replace Billy. Bob Cox preaches at San Gabriel Christian church, which is about to celebrate its one hundred ten adversity. This original pulpit been here. Ninety years somehow was not damaged in the possible tornado that tore up other parts of the church. Pastor Cox finds reason to give thanks. We could have been having services. When this happened this tremendous blessing. No one was hurt. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas an American tourist enter tour guide kidnapped in Uganda and held captive for five days are free. They were on a safari drive when four men kidnapped them at gunpoint, ABC's, senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is in Uganda with the latest rescued a five day. Ordeal. Over at last American, Kimberly,.
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"This is Jim Ryan in Texas has stayed that individually does one hundred ninety billion dollars worth of trade with Mexico every year each day cars trucks, people at money crossed the bridges that connect Mexico with Starr county, Texas. Where a barrel is county executive trade happens. We are neighboring cities they closed the border. But Chris Cabrera of the national border patrol council says a shutdown would free up agents to secure the areas between the ports. What's more? He says it might impose economic pressure on the political debate over border security. Maybe they need to close down this Puerto Rico for a few days and let it hit people in the pocket. Book at the southern tip of Texas. Cameron county judge Eddie Trevino fears that closing the ports of entry would cripple local economies on both sides of the Rio Grande trying to shut down and threaten closing the borders with regards to addressing an immigration issue has absolutely no one to do with the other. But if it convinces congress to free up funds for border security customs agent Cabrera says these extra officers out there in the field to help shore up some of the loose ends. But something needs to be done on that last point. He and local government leaders along the border agree. Jim Ryan ABC news, Dallas as Britain. Here's another deadline to leave Europe. ABC's Tom rivers in London takes a look at what a hard Brexit might mean to the UK unless eleventh hour. A deal can be hammered out the UK could check out of the European Union on April twelve with no deal being struck which would be felt near and far speaking in Geneva, the head of the World Trade Organization Roberto as they infect is going to be confined to those two blocks. But it will be mostly felt by those two sides. Everybody's going to feel the impact in one way or another. But the ones who are going to feel the most are the UK it something the WTO director general says that will be in the pocket in both Britain and in the European Union trading goods. I'm sure that there will be a rising trade costs with an impact for for consumers for the regular citizen. They did they activities in Negra culture that impact will be even higher and services. It would also be a high impact as well. Not only in terms of terrorists. But also on non-tariff Behr. Various so things that happen behind the there will also get. We'll play a big part in the impact as Vado stresses and acceptable compromise. What's required right now, or at least an extension sooner. We have clarity about the terms of the divorce and shooter relationship the better. But extending as opposed to no deal, and therefore very dramatic change in terms of the relationship that is not a scenario that we're looking for Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk time now to reveal the KOMO afternoon soundbite. Remember, the straight arm club. I'm young straight armor. On this just pretend you have a cold. And I have a call. That's because of the house Nancy Pelosi discussing the accusations levelled at former VP Joe Biden over inappropriate contact with two women speaker Pelosi said Biden was an affectionate person. But that he has to understand that a person's personal space. Must be respected grads to our winner. Robert campbell. He gets a pair of tickets to see Billy idol Friday August thirtieth at the Washington state fair plus a ride with kits at fast ferries dinner at the Maas back restaurant. Listen for the KOMO afternoon. Sound by weekday afternoons at four forty on. Komo news.
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"In New Orleans Saturday to cyclists were killed after being hit by vehicle just days of. Head of mardi gras New Orleans. Police say the driver fled the scene after striking eight people over three blocks span just outside the French quarter with the help of citizens. He was quickly apprehended by officers. New Orleans police superintendent, Sean Ferguson citizens stopped this individual because they thought he was helping someone who had just been involved in a one car accident. Ferguson says they now have the driver individuals in custody from standard protocol would be goes to breath blood exam. Thirty two year old to shotty. Tony was arrested and charged with two counts of a Hitler homicide and other charges. Todd ant ABC news. The Trump administration's modified zero-tolerance immigration policy leading now to another issue separation. This is Jim Ryan in Texas the policy of taking immigrant kids from their parents at the border brought protests around the country and eventually an executive order from President Trump. We want children staying together. The order was meant to stop the separation between mid June and mid December last year. Forty six children or separated from their parents, Laura with the Texas civil rights project. The youngest baby was eight and a half months old ahead of the border patrol says parents found to have violent criminal convictions are still being separated from their kids at the border. Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas, this is ABC news. Results. Not typical. Do you owe the IRS more than ten thousand dollars in personal or business taxes and you can't afford to pay? You have the right to negotiate.
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"You together in New Orleans Saturday to cyclists were killed after being hit by a vehicle just days of. Head of mardi gras New Orleans. Police say the driver fled the scene after striking eight people over three blocks span just outside the French quarter with the help of citizens. He was quickly apprehended by officers. New Orleans police superintendent, Sean Ferguson citizens stopped this individual because they thought he was helping someone who had just been involved in a one car accident. Ferguson says they now have the driver individuals in custody from standard protocol with regards to rep. Blood exam. Thirty two year old to shotty. Tony was arrested and charged with two counts of a Hitler homicide and other charges. Todd ant ABC news. The Trump administration's modified zero tolerance immigration policy leading now to another issue separation. This is Jim Ryan in Texas the policy of taking immigrant kids from their parents at the border brought protests around the country and eventually an executive order from President Trump. We want children staying together. The order was meant to stop the separation between mid June and mid December last year, forty six children or separated from their parents, Laura with the Texas civil rights project. The youngest baby was eight and a half months old ahead of the border patrol says parents found to have violent criminal convictions are still being separated from their kids at the border. Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas, this is ABC news. Results. Not typical. Do you owe the IRS more than ten thousand dollars in personal or business taxes and you can't afford to pay? You have the right to negotiate has the IRS threatened.
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"Night in Dorchester. Now, he faces a list of charges, including firearms possession armed assault to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. A sixteen year old girl was hurt in that shooting. Police say she is still in the hospital in Louisiana. A man from Shreveport is now being held in the shooting death. His girlfriend one week ago. ABC's Jim Ryan says the victim was a police, officer and deficient. Still don't have a motive she had graduated from the police academy only two months ago, but she Terry Paine had already made an impression on tree port. Police chief Raymond we're still mourning the heinous murder of officer pain a week ago. Pain left her two year old with her boyfriend, trivial Anderson and was about to climb into her squad car outside her own home when she was killed now. Investigators believe that Anderson shot officer pain, and then to friends helped him to cover it up. We can have some peace and taking three evil cowards off of our streets. So they cannot harm anyone else. Jim Ryan ABC news. The president of Michigan State University. Now out the latest fallout connected to convicted sexual abuser. Dr Larry Nassar trustees at the school voting force John anglers immediate resignation. He submitted that yesterday, and he is expected to step down next week. An angler recently made some controversial comments about some of Nassar's victims saying some of them seem to be quote, enjoying the spotlight. Nassar was sentenced to one hundred seventy five years behind bars for thousands of sexual assaults. Many of them involving girls fifteen years old or younger. More than two billion cups of coffee are consumed each day around the world, so many of us depending on coffee to get going and keep us going. Can you imagine not being able to go get a Cup? We'll CBS has Larry Miller reports that could eventually become a real possibility. British scientists say sixty percent of wild coffee species are at risk of extinction due to deforestation disease and climate change Aaron Davis head of coffee research at the Royal Botanic. Gardens says wild varieties are necessary for commercially farmed crops, recross pollination and to help them counter pests, it's those well coffee species that have the traits that we need in order to breathe. The copies of the future. Davis warns that unless there's a reversal coffee will become less tasty and more expensive. Larry Miller.
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"The call from Jim Ryan from ABC news more on this border war gun gofundme page that's been established. What did he get into a little bit about the NFL ability to get a chance? I know you gotta talk to to Jim if he if he gives us a call here. So I'm being sensitive to that. Did you watch any the last three weeks of the NFL of big great? 'cause been a lot of you know plan for basically playoffs playoffs. Right. A lot on the line, right? None of the six highest paid quarterbacks in the league made the post season. Did you know that? Yeah. I I saw that stat and had the same reaction. Craigslist quarterback would be making the playoffs. Aaron Rodgers thirty three and a half million. Matt Ryan of Rogers Packers. Matt Ryan the falcons thirty million. The highly overpaid Kirk cousins twenty eight million for the Vikings Jimmy Garoppolo twenty seven and a half million and Matthew Stafford twenty seven million Derek Carr, twenty five million unbelievable. Apparently, we made a career choices. Of course. I never had a chance to be a quarterback. Jim Ryan, did you ever have a chance to be a quarterback in the National Football League? Yes, did which lifetime was that? The former life, okay? I was gonna say, man. These guys are six of the top the pay quarterbacks in the NFL did not make it to the playoffs. That's crazy. Isn't it crazy money while speed a crazy money waving not crazy money? Here's if you wanna wall, Mr. Trump here, we go a plummy page. How did this happen? What you're well. It started about three weeks ago. Maybe a guy in Florida. Brian Cole decided that you know with all the wrangling going on with the funding of this wall something that he supports then he was going to come up with a different way to find it. So he started a gofundme page that's what you do in twenty nine nineteen. If you want to get something done, right? You started gofundme page, and so as of just a few minutes ago it had raised over eighteen million dollars. I think the the total is eighteen and a half million dollars headed toward nineteen million dollars in right up there with some of the biggest fundraisers that go fund me has ever had. And it's growing every day. The goal though, Tony is a billion dollars and. Even eighteen and a half million dollars. While that's a lot of money. Is it barely scratches the surface of that? I think that his primary goal if not a billion dollars was to raise awareness and to show that hundreds of thousands of people support the concept of a border barrier. So was this just something he did as a lark as a joke and does he have to manage this account now or or what? Well, there's not really management that goes with it. It's just sitting there and collecting donations everyday. Go fund me is going to collect money for if in fact, the goal is reached they would raise somebody go funny would collect some money. If if it isn't Brian Cole far says that he'll return all of the money back to the people who may donations and again as of this morning that's about three hundred eight thousand people. Wow. So does he have to personally? I Don, I don't know. How the gofundme page works on something like that on the take back. I don't know if he he's responsible for this money or not. There was controversy about it. Because beyond go fund me. He said that you know, if you don't want to use the go fund me mechanism. You can go ahead and send a check the check would go to a Bank account to a UPS office who can go into a at a county in in Colorado of all places and coal five said that business associates would pick that money up and that created some transparency issues and that that question is still lingering. But the coal gofundme page is still attracting thousands of donors every day. Tony well, while that's raised over what eighteen and a half million dollars. Apparently, another man has prompted a a man from Arcadia, California to his own gofundme page to help workers build a tunnel a tunnel under the said wall, right? Yeah. You've got that one these other competing go fund me account wanted to dig a tunnel. Another one to provide ladders for people trying to get over the wall. So I think that people are as much. Is trying to raise money for actual causes people are using this as a way to state their cases to that. Oh to raise awareness of their political views, and then how they lean on things like this. So yeah, maybe go too crazy about that. You're not using it for an actual cause or purpose. Other than to raise awareness of your own ideas. Of course, go me gets a little percentage as I understand it. So, you know, if you look at it pack money, what's funny too. And I'm struck by the mandates created this gofundme page to build the wall is how many people that are giving that would if they were if they were taxed that amount of money. They would be upset about it. Perhaps. You know, what I'm saying the oddities of life. Sometimes that's true. You know? But at the same time, I think he would argue that this is money that they have decided how it should be spent. Good point. Yeah. If you pay your taxes, you don't have any choice really as to how much you pay. And and and where that money goes. So I think he's trying to get people that that little option up. There you go. All right. Very good. Appreciate your time. Thanks, jim. Good working with you last year and happy new year to you. You Jim Ryan joining us here Kentucky morning news. It's six forty nine eleven minutes from seven o'clock. We've got basketball coming your way, of course, will visit Alabama Saturday afternoon there first road trip on the first game in the SEC. Pre game coverage will tip off at eleven thirty. It'll be a one o'clock tip, and we'll have for you right here on News Radio. Eight forty W H. S course, mad Jones will take your calls falling that contest. And then I'm a Monday Sunday. I beg your pardon. It's louisville. Take it on Miami their first ACC game as they host the hurricanes. Pre game coverage for that will be four thirty. It'll be a six o'clock dip. We'll have it for you here. Sunday on NewsRadio eight forty W H A S ten away from seven o'clock. We'll Clark's working on our headlines for the top of the hour..