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Wired 'Hoax Device' Inside a Tesla Causes Panic in Queens, New York
"Explosive specialists. Were on the scene in queens of a stolen tesla in a parking deck with only a dog inside. John miller who leads the nypd intelligence and counter-terrorism division said what they also found in the car prompted an immediate evacuation of the area. There were propane. Tanks and wires protruding from the vehicle further investigation. According to miller determined that this was a hoax device which means in their judgment. It was set up to appear to be a device. The tesla had nevada plates but police aren't clear where it was stolen from nor have they released to whom the car is
Wired ‘Hoax Device’ Inside a Tesla Causes Panic at Queens Palace Mall
"Explosive specialists. Were on the scene in queens of stolen tesla in a parking deck with only a dog inside john miller who is the nypd and counterterrorism division. Said what they also found in the car prompted an immediate evacuation of the area. There were propane. Tanks and wires protruding from the vehicle further investigation. According to miller determined that this was a hoax device which means in their judgment. It was set up to appear to be a device. The tesla had nevada plates but police aren't clear where it was stolen from nor have they released to whom the car is registered.
The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic
"It was friday april tenth. Two thousand twenty. The pandemic was really starting to roar. Ppe was scarcely in the supply chains. Were already breaking down. Every hospital was scrambling to find enough masks gowns and face shields. It was already every state every institution for itself. It was everywhere in the papers. Page one page to page three on page nine of the new york times dateline creek ohio. A headline cut on ape. Make a sewing frolic in ohio. The amish take on the corona virus. The story struck a deep chord in a state with us throughout these long months. The way this isolated centuries old self. Reliant community was rising to the occasion and collaborating with the world. Outside was something we wanted to know more about your attempt to record story. A new collaboration was born in that way that the pandemic has triggered all manner of new collaborations artists. Laurie anderson ohio born designer stacey hoover and producer. Evan jacoby all joined with the kitchen sisters to bring these voices to wear today. The kitchen sisters present. The great amish sewing frolic sugar creek. Ohio inca i. John miller manufacturer here with deep connections to the close knit amish community of central of got a call from cleveland clinic. When i get a call from purchasing cleveland cleaning at midnight i know needs. The hospital system was struggling to find protective face masks for it's fifty five thousand employees plus visitors. I thought about the fact that every amish lady in a community knows how we could then utilize the talents of the ladies into to make protective gear. Could his team so twelve thousand dollars. In two days he appealed to abe choi. Kind a local lumber neil and goods business and leader in the amish community. I called deep. Troyer and said make a sewing frolic a day later. Mr troyer had signed up sixty amish home. Seamstresses and cleveland clinic sewing from was i made patriotic ones. I think mine are also the other ones are from my sister. Sarah may meet those jeff. I am rudy Homemade candies. I'm curious sister. I am esther troyer. We had the candy store in the basement of our house. Frolic usually is using up as barn. Succumb people come from all around spectators as well as i have. Four course meal nash. Potatoes some kind of me sal desert. Some kind of dessert should be retire. But that doesn't pay the bills. So i can do this. The frolic of masks sewing is just. It's a group getting together doing a project as good. 'cause i went to egypt troyer to bring supplies. He's got three or four women in his own that console and they were cutting. The little wire knows please. That goes in the mass to conform to your nose on the kitchen table. Literally within three days the sewing machines were set up we had. I'm running in times like this. When can't have you no more than ten people in a room together you know. There's there's around. Ten thousand sewing machines in amish homes abe went and recruited sixty or one hundred sewers literally overnight and we may twelve thousand masks for cleveland clinic and forty eight hours that then turned into an order for one hundred forty thousand which scaled again. Currently we are making seven hundred and thirty eight thousand masks for the state of ohio.
New York PD’s Terrorism Official Says Unnamed Groups Planned Protest Violence in Advance
"York head terrorism op officer deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism his name is John Miller laid everything out when all of this really began to snowball that was a few weeks ago media still not caught up on this one he said that before the protest even began anarchist groups were preemptively using bail money raising bail money they were recruiting medics planning to give it property damage Miller reviewed six hundred eighty six of the arrest found out that one out of seven were outside from New York and I'm not talking about driving from you know Gruner Connecticut I'm talking about people that it came from other states a long way away now why would they be rioting in New York why by the way the one in seven Rudy Giuliani thought wow that's pretty incredible no that number later grew to twenty percent of the rest came from states like Iowa Nevada Texas why is somebody in Nevada no suddenly writing against the police in New York
"john miller" Discussed on The Playbook
"You to join me and one of my favorite interviews with Danny CEO. John Miller blessed to step on stage at their annual meeting with Magic Johnson and we talked two thousand eighteen about the importance of leading with values. And this guy is the king of that also how to create a team filled with employees who look forward to going to work. What's creates better service for their consumers. Join me in John Miller for all of this and more on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook I am with one of my new mentors but he doesn't know it. Ceo of Denny's franchise of America's that right close enough. Because John Miller. Thanks for coming on the playbook. Yeah we like to say. Then he's America's diner always open the feeding America that's right. Both charitable feeding and of course for raiders like me and we were blessed to have magic Johnson being a part of Deng's now and you're supporting his charity and his brand is supporting you. But he felt really really aligned with him when he said. I've moved from eating pancakes to eight whites yet right and eight-year-old who loves me so I was surprised. You know you really came in in two thousand eleven correct right and and you shifted the paradigm for traditional diner. Like Denny's and have been growing every year since every year. Since it's been growing sales one of the first things we did was to talk about purpose and values sort of get those life put back into those important things. Because if you don't have anything you can anchor your team to then you sort of get lost in wobbly out there so there's one of the first things we did but almost the second thing. We did not quite really early on. We knew we needed a fair menu. So Egg Wide Omelettes Slam and some of those things where early introductions we start with four items now. We got all thirteen or fourteen. That are on the menu and then hundreds of different ways people can order fit fair and then he's in its grown every year to. Yeah I love it and I was trying to negotiate with your person is. I was blessed to do a keynote. I said maybe I could get just a denny's VIP card instead of paying me speak. That'd be a fair deal. And she realized how much I eat thinks you quoted going. No no we'd rather just pay you. They've now we talked about purpose and passion and value based system as a leader in this. I believe in that so wholeheartedly. Where did you learn that in how to lead with values? I not with management. Well everybody learns it eventually so more alone in life and hope or or you die without it and you live with some regret. I think the younger you learn the better and I think life teaches these these lessons over and over but I had the good fortune learning from mom. My mom was extraordinarily purpose. Driven person very values lead and so it just sort of came natural that these things made sense to me And then when I my I had the good fortune when early in my career. Move from in high school From chillicothe the Ohio to Tulsa Oklahoma. And when you move in the middle of high school when you when you're sort of trying to find yourself a little bit you kind of find out what you believe in what you're all about really pretty fast and so I had the opportunity blessing. Good Fortune Luck. All of those things Karma coming together and I landed in a spot with a guy named Bill Wall who started Casa beneath the enterprises and this gentleman just lived and breathed value so between mom handed me off as young adult to bill. Walleye of very fortunate before I get into the values. I now realize that me you in the Bron- all have something in common now. Raw from O'Hara great place to be good values in Ohio. That's right But and cornfields gap through Let's talk about those values. Though came from your mom like mine and we have that in common. What values are important as an entrepreneur and leader? Yeah I think you gotta stay within yourself right so you can't do everything so Because you can't do everything but things need done that you can't do. You depend on others so if you depend on others people depend on you. Have you just sort of get that at the outset? One of the first things is how totally dependent. We are power the packers in the wolf. They say the Power Wolf Pack for the first thing you gotta get his the we the power way that we together can do great things but when you divide people put people on the defensive have win lose situations is not going to be as powerful. So I think that's one of the very first fundamental lessons. That life teaches you to be powerful to accomplish anything along with we though you have one of the most diverse companies that. I've seen all around the world and get to meet different companies with different cultures and values and one of the things that attracted me to this organization is how diverse it is but yet so cohesive you feel the we as one right and one is so hard to explain to people. I think I've read even about you. That you believe in collects a collective conscious oranges. Yeah you're right. Can you explain conscious capitalism? Of course can you explain that as an entrepreneur how that evolves and yet you still are capitalist? Sure well I think first of all you've got to walk the talk right so you care about people and it's evident by your behavior you don't and when when you care about people you want to include people and bring them along the way and if you if there's no inclusion than your behaviors or reflection of what you believe and then your emotions follow so if there's a conflict between what you say you believe in an actually do then it'll be pretty obvious pre- pretty fast. I think the other side of that equation is truth. He sort of follow this. If you you act in accordance with behavior I mean with your belief system so one validates the other and when you act outside of your belief system then you have this sense of internal conflict right so you can't sleep with yourself very well right. The Mirror. Check doesn't work right so I always say to somebody that that behaves badly in certain circumstances. Well that's a reflection what you believe like people that like my wife that speeds all the time said you must believe you're above the law because your behavior demonstrates what you believe so your beliefs and your babies are going to ally so in our company the reason we're so inclusive and so diverse. We believe that's really important. And our behavior follows in so it's the outcome of our belief and I think the consumer also as diverse and also believes in that and they feel comfortable coming to your organization from who serves them and who helps them. I totally I'M A. I'm a little turned off. By this business. Case scenario people say all the time that versus right thing to do right if you believe in purpose and values right thing to do should guy you first and then there should be a business outcome. They're kind of independent but they danced together. But there are but if you're looking for a business case you know after nineteen consecutive years of decline in the family category. Not necessarily. Then he's been in our category. This is our eighth consecutive year. Positive Growth and. I don't think that's happened at any eight years in sixty three years of history. So if you're looking for a business case to include people and that your customers will reward you this. This is the case for that identity and I love a case scenario of passion plus purpose but the one component I find with a lot of compassionate capitalists or leaders is. They don't know how to reconcile passion purpose with profitability right. How were you able to do that? What are some of the secret sauces that you can share some CEO's? Ceo's job is really easy. Thank goodness Because I am like the old cooker dishwasher and thank goodness. I have smart people around me. My job is to create disciples and many CEOS at every level of the organization. And if the CEO's job is this than everybody else's job is this and that is to keep those three imbalance so if I have guessed that when it come back that's going to be because of employees that want to delight guest and they're they have to want to work here and feel proud of their environment and guess coming back with employees. That love working here. Means I'll have a return. Happy shareholders if that three makeup the wheel it rolls down the road pretty smoothly but if shareholders are really doing well and has really profitable but the employee's hated guest feel gypped. It's out of balance right right about so any one of those. That are out of balance as bad. So it's bad for shareholders guest on returning. It's bad for guests. If they don't get a good enough deal so keeping all three imbalances not just about return for shareholders. It's about the balance of those three and then everybody wins and that's my job. Keep those three about and you have. A business has been around for decades based off of a basic principle of providing value feeding people. That's right and interesting enough. Though the world change is fast and we have a lot of technology a shared economy right. And it's very interesting thing. We're a little bit older right and not getting any younger and technology moves a lot faster than it used to. How have you been able seen some insights because I was blessed to some of your meetings? How would you able to grasp that technology and apply it to a traditional business one of the most traditional businesses and I think one of your mission statements is simply right? You can give it to us for feeding people. What what is the exact well so purpose? Say WE LOVE FEEDING PEOPLE. Love that. Because that's what we're doing when the people we love people and then we want to share the love so we. WanNa make sure that the purpose and the behaviors is. We spoke about a moment ago. So if you love feeding people then you'll share that love and it's going to be evident that you care about your customers your employees and your shareholders and all stakeholders on the technology side. It's a complicated question. It can fall in a lot of different buckets one. There's the technology the digital world and how you communicate with people which really challenging about this environment whether we like it or not is the truth can diet your feet. But SORTA misrepresented tweet or communication or misunderstanding can happen in a restaurant can travel around the world a few times because it can be sensational and get repeated and the full story and the truth. Can't be sensational or done in the sound bite so that does create challenges for businesses today and so the only way to deal with that is to fill that bucket full of richness. About what you stand for so that when these incidents occur people go well. That's not what I believe about them. I'll give them the benefit at least for long enough to investigate what the real truth is. So there's that digital challenge world is changing very fast and I think to some degree reversible The the other is what you do. And Invest in technology to eliminate pain points to make to make give preference to take care of our customers and that's actually a lot easier and high frequency businesses That that higher frequency than full service whether it be casual or family so technology.
Ben Affleck Speaks Out About His Divorce From Jennifer Garner
"Things have been athletes super candid interview with the New York Times. Jin Garner is again back in the headlines and there is this report that says Japan's man. John Miller is uncomfortable with all of this US weekly claims John is empathetic but worried about how Jennifer has once again became the focus. Now remember the interview been said. His biggest regret of his life was his divorce. So would you be comfortable? If you were Jen's man and the x was saying this stuff you had ninety days to figure out if you were about this life or not whether you date a man who doesn't have a job whether you data celebrity. Where do you date somebody? That's in reality. Tv those first three or your period to figure out what that person's lifelike and when he started dating her he knew what the Paparazzi was like. He knew what the press is going to be like and this man is from California. He understands that no matter what they do for the next twenty five years. They're always going to be linked together. Maybe have kids and be. That was the most significant relationship for both of them. So I almost don't believe this is one of those headlines. That definitely is not true. This is like an easy assumption to make but I do think him understanding that. That is her ex husband that they are very public couple when they were together and they share children is one thing but for him to still be speaking about her. I think is a different thing and I think no matter how much you love somebody. No matter how concrete your relationship is you wanna be with that person without their ex coming in and saying well the biggest mistake I ever made. Was you know not working things out with Max? That's a frustrating thing to have to get over. It is but I think of all the headlines that can be said about somebody. You're dating that's the most mild thing it's like. Oh she's great and amazing catch. Yeah I know thanks and I got her. So she's mine and they do keep it very private the two of them so maybe he doesn't really like the spotlight peacock that they're very close. I also don't agree that this headlines through You know it's there's any valid validity to this report but at the same time like you're right. It's part of his life her life. It's always gonNA happen. Ben Is Always GonNa come up in conversation and you do have to just kind of accept it. Luckily Jennifer Garner is. I don't even remember a bad headline about her heart. They like nothing bad comes out about her. And if there's that's whenever I think shit really hits. The Fan is whenever you're dating somebody and these rumors that are super bad or saying they stole or they did all these things. That's whenever it's harder it's harder you know. Friend DATES IS GROW. Who IS AN EXOTIC DANCER? And they met in the club and now he dates is girl and after seven months Yemen. You know I'm just trying to get her to quit her job and I'm like you can't do that to her like you met her there. She didn't start this career. When you guys were eighty and you know why she does it. She put yourself through college if she feels empowered. Let her life. Unless you'RE GONNA go ahead and pay for the UCLA and be Sallie Mae for that girl kit. Tell that person to walk out there even if you are even if you can't afford to take care of them completely. I don't know maybe she really enjoys dancing. Like you know I. I don't think that's fair to be like I can take care of. You don't need to work anymore no matter what your job is. Call me and let me take care of all your Sallie Mae Morgan Stewart. I know for a fact that you'd still work. That is very true. I would still work. You would still want. He's taking care of your true and so it's one of those things where like. Yeah thank you. That's a nice compliment. And it feels good the data man who can put you in that position or date a woman can put you in that position but if you still have the you know you want to accomplish things then don't ask me to quit my job. It's also that person has control over you then right and you no longer have your own income and one day you WanNa leave that person then you have to sort of go through a whole process that either gets you. It's just it's always better to have something of your own. Can I literally spend the card on whatever I want and I don't have to ask you for anything? 'cause that's GonNa have to be the stipulation cash cash. Put it somewhere else and let it. Hi. How validated Jennifer Gardner? Feel right now because a lot of times there was a lot of speculation. This person said this person's camp said this and you can't really tell your full story without doubting an addict and talking about the things that you went through so for him to now talk about some of the things that she experienced. She must feel like when Denise Richards finally was like Charlie Sheen. You're finally seeing Charlie G S. I had to deal with presidents and and that and tiger blood. It's like the sense of like. Wow this story finally came out. People don't think I'm just this poor helpless person just trying to be in love with this. This man yeah. Meanwhile I'm just trying to save his life because he's the father of my children.
Ben Affleck Says Divorce From Jennifer Garner Is His 'Biggest Regret'
"Truth Ben Affleck getting choked up talking about his divorce from Jennifer garner so he was on Good Morning America today and he also did an interview with The New York Times and he said I never thought I was going to get divorced I didn't want to get divorced I didn't want to be a divorced person I really didn't want to be a split family with my children and it upset me so much because it meant I wasn't who I thought I was and that was so painful and so disappointing in myself I'm sure he was opening up to the New York times about his relationship and its demise and how when things start to get hard in his marriage circa twenty fifteen twenty sixteen he then responded by deeply going deeper into drinking which of course made the problems worse right and then in twenty fifteen in June Ben Affleck and Jennifer garner called it quits after ten years of marriage they have a fourteen year old an eleven year old and a seven year old rather finalized in October of twenty eighteen but it's got to be hard to talk about all that stuff in public because not because of the issues itself but because it involves other people who are also in the public eye yeah and I'm you know like I just feel like that's gonna be awkward I mean I don't know what relationship they have now realistically but I think it's pretty positive or at least that's what they make it look like in the tabloid yeah they make it seem like that like they spend a lot of family time together and he kind of pops over he called the divorce the biggest regret of his life and has been really open with his about his battle with substance abuse he said divorce is very painful and alcoholism is very painful they just are and if there's something that your child is suffering that the level of pain that's not easily gotten past not easily forgiven not easily forgotten and it's hard you're not going to avoid causing your kids pain all pain pain is part of life I take some comfort in that you know I the the the article or the profile that that he has done recently where he's really talking through a lot of the stuff part of what makes this I think in deer is mean to him in the in his telling of his own story yeah is that there is a and there is a notion that he has an awareness of his part in it yeah I and I think I'd feel differently if he were putting things on other people but you really is telling his story from his very own perspective and I am hopeful that Jennifer garner has given her blessing on this I think it'll help people understand Ben Ben Affleck is better and she has moved on she's been dating John Miller this businessman and they've been dating for a couple of years now and insiders have been saying that he very much wants to marry her and wants to propose and she just can't be rush when that when you heard that right yeah because then it's like you've got the kids and I just don't understand and when you're very successful financially independent human beings and you already have a family or at least you have children you have to get married what what's the rush I mean it's different for everyone but you know I also think probably for her you know marriage means different things and you carry a lot of weight with what your last marriage was in her marriage was I am sure that being married to Ben Affleck was a ton of work that's what I'm saying to him my question was more to him like what's your hurry yeah yeah I don't know if she if she has one too you mean you saw the relationship yeah I think that's fine but I think it's just that's his intention that here really love to be married yeah you know some people really love to be married being married to something that's really
"john miller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"John Miller is our White House correspondent at please TV host of the White House brief he has previously worked for fox news the blaze and mercury radio arts which is my company he was actually my assistant for awhile and then a producer on my show and we welcome to the program John Miller hello John glad I do and I'm very good can you tell people who have not really been paying attention to Virginia exactly what is going on well what's happening is very simple and headed that governor black bass nor them is literally just trying to deprive and along with the Virginia legislature trying to deprive the people other second moment right and you know you could rewind a bit and go back you know obviously because at the state level there's no electoral college so basically what happened is he got northern Virginia northern Virginia if you don't know Virginia is basically Washington DC right you got northern Virginia which is all blue because they don't have the electoral college northern Virginia determined the state representative so you basically have all Democrats so Virginia's representation Owen completely blue however the Virginia populace is the A. remained fate and remember her remained constitutional if you just want to have their right and so now you've got the situation where the legislators are trying to turn the state blue and the citizens of Virginia are literally rising up against it because they are trying to implement a number of anti gun legislation such as red flag laws and limits on on so called assault rifles etcetera etcetera basically trying to disarm the citizens of Virginia and so ninety out of ninety five and that number is growing at you know just recently I checked this morning and the Virginia citizens defense like has the has it is keeping track but a bunch of localities are jumping on by the day if not by the hour rising up against it and declaring themselves sanctuaries against the anti gun anti self defense legislation and so on lobby day which is on Martin Luther king day on Monday they have decided to they've with bay they had plans to show up at the capitol in Richmond and make their voices heard that was the whole point make their voices heard governor black face that no I don't think the waited till yesterday the cut to declare a national emergency and due to that national emergency everyone who decide who who was gonna show up to the capital now is not able to show up with arms they're gonna have metal detectors and you you will not you will not be allowed on the grounds if you are carrying a firearm in self defense which is funny because this happened right after anti but decided to make their presence be known and jeep was that we're gonna show up the rally everyone that I die I you know I I'm not sure if people really don't want to show up with tens of thousands which are the number that they're expecting citizens that are carrying and so coincidentally the governor then comes in and says well actually we're not gonna allow the citizens to carry active demonstration so you've been things gland I I I really do I hope not like you but I do think this is the flash when I do think this is a really big deal because they're they're they're they're saying you cannot exercise your right and we know that and instead of trying to de escalate the situation we are putting pressure we're trying to escalate it we're trying to make it worth and we're trying to can reach the citizenry even more so here's what's really interesting is you could say Hey because of antiphon we're afraid of skirmishes police will be out in numbers to make sure that these groups are you know separate or whatever I mean we've done it before John you were there when the black Panthers threatened to walk through the crowd of five hundred thousand people remember that correct and it was all taken care of there's easy ways to take care of it to where you say look you have you're right we have are right you can do this you know and it and it's all fine instead what this governor has done is with if I'm correct me if I'm wrong without talking about antiphon he is instead started talking about white supremacist groups and and and foreshadowing the the **** presence instead of saying look there's socialists over here with manta father who are dedicated to you know if you have trouble and then there is also the **** who have a long history also socialist who have a history of trying to make trouble we're going to protect the law abiding citizens who are here to voice a different opinion than mine on the right to bear arms and they have every right to do that any if he would have said then we would ask that you don't bring any guns I think it still would have bothered a lot of people would bother me but at least it would be understandable and fair what he's doing is he is making all the law abiding citizens of Virginia into white supremacists no I I I think that the I mean sadly that's exactly right and I think he knows exactly what he's doing actually right and he and he's just rubbing the salt in the wound I mean last night you know me and a number of people you were just in a rage by this because it's literally he you know he just putting a bomb in your eyes and think I don't care about your right and I don't really even care about actually preventing violence I am so hell bent on my position and my views on this but I'm gonna rub it in your face and I'm gonna use my power to do it and there's really nothing you can do about it and if the question is whether that back to the case because what he's doing literally of course it violates the constitution Hey that's as clear as day but it also violates Virginia code Virginia have code forty four one forty six fifteen that prohibits of the governor there Diego in line with the constitution of Virginia and of the second amendment of the United States constitution from ever from prohibiting the rights of of people to keep and bear arms as is guaranteed by the respective constitutions and I think that he has just made people even more mad and then what he did is he compared to Charlottesville well we're getting warnings about behavior similar to what we thought in Charlottesville last time I checked in Charlottesville nobody was getting shot nobody got shot somebody got hit and it was tragic got killed with a car I. S. O. R. U. banning cars I I it's a two digits be available it looks like Charlottesville and therefore we are going to prevent the people from carrying does not seem like it's really going to solve the problem and instead is just trying to make a political point that is escalating the situation to a point where yeah I really think this could be the beginning of something of something major I mean this is the litmus test for the country in terms of are we gonna stand for our rights or are we not and he is saying here's my position are you going to challenge me on it and if you are going to challenge me on it how far are you willing to go so do you know M. first of all what is the percentage of Virginia that is citing the towns I mean how much of a Virginia is supporting the the the right to bear arms race yeah so you've got ninety or ninety five counties in Virginia right and ninety of them okay are standing with the second amendment cannot be out of ninety five no where they stand has the leadership I mean the one thing that Martin Luther king did was the leadership was very clear and very vocal you're with us and there is no violence and anything else and I'm not suggesting that they would come out and be violent but when pushed and provoked and made angry by the state and and to follow and being called a **** and having a **** come in I mean that is very it is a volatile situation where ninety percent or ninety of ninety five counties will feel like wait a minute I am the one that's pushing for law and order I am the one pushing for the constitution I believe our our house Senate and and governor are being anti constitution and so far doesn't believe in the constitution neither do the **** I am the only one historically standing where Americans are standing and I'm being lumped in as a rebel at the end that's why this is so dangerous because you right and now you've got to a point where you've pushed the law abiding citizens you push the people who are for law and order to a point where they're angry to a point where they're mad to a point where they're they're ready to rise up right a really dangerous situation so who's leading the who's the leading voice that is going to take the Martin Luther king role and say this we all lose if there's gun fight we all lose and that we we have to be even if you get beaten in the I mean this is what he said they beat you in the head they hit you with a fire hose they stick a dog on you take it take it otherwise you won't be the sympathetic party yeah yeah and and that's and that's where I think this is strategic because notice that that nor them announce this yesterday alright this happened on Monday at the lobby did Monday can ounces yesterday so there's really no time you know via the Virginia citizen the friendly bearable the organizer of this event and they're looking into it they have their lawyers looking into it to look to you know how do we how do we settle this in court so that we don't have a violent situation so that we don't have clashes and nor them intentionally announces yesterday because they waited until now to do it so so to answer your question Glenn I did that there is no there there there's no time there's no one voice in that because there hadn't been the organizational time to actually affect that because they're now to all of this the late and so I really think that this is an intentional effort to to to Justin do you know escalate it their thumb in the eye of the people and see you know how messy can we make this and that's why I I honestly think that nor them is not doing this in good faith he's not trying to prevent violence he's trying to show the American people in his eyes how evil these angry evil right wingers are when meanwhile it's it is people who are just trying to exercise their right but there's no time Glendive and that's why there's no time to actually you know have the kind of foresight and organizational thought of like how do we get this to be you know a peaceful event and it needs to be yeah and I don't think that there was no forethought on that because they didn't think that people would I mean they know the people of Virginia the American citizens who are constitutionalist in Virginia are just like they are in any other place they are not for violence they're not caring their guns to shoot their caring their guns because they can and I don't think the the the leadership necessarily thought because it's been peaceful that's who we are as people but when you corner us and then I mean it's it's a rice dog moment if you have **** you have N. to fall and you have somebody who is righteously pushed up against the wall it doesn't matter it what matters is what the government says and what the press says.
NYPD New Year's Eve Security Preps
"Thousands of police officers a hundred and seventy five block or vehicles heavy weapons teams bomb sniffing dogs radiation detectors drones helicopters and even boats and Y. P. D. chief of intelligence and counterterrorism John Miller time square is probably going to be the safest place on the planet earth on new year's eve because nobody else but that kind of effort into an event like this please commissioner government Shea we currently have no specific credible threats directed toward any of our events still I'm going to ask the members of the public as always remain vigilant Julie Walker New York
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Miller back with you here with the Braves beat the giants eight to one it was really a question of the Braves getting men on base and then promptly knocking the men they get three men on base in the second inning on walks Hamilton had a double to knock one of the men and then the picture knocked one in with an infield out and with the a couple of more runners on base I daily Etcheverry knocked into more as a hard ground further down the left field line that's going to be extra bases Hamilton in this war a new racing around thirty he's going to be way and he will score easily. it took awhile. recuerdo dig the ball out of the vehicle owner. two two two run double four it's a real. and the Braves have a four run inning in a four nothing lead for runs on only two hits in the in the end of the fifth the giants went to their bullpen for Derek Rodriguez with Amanda Borden of Francisco Cervelli hit one hard tune on the couch. to Dan rather refers to teach there's a drive in the deep left field that one is really hit way back here it is. the end of the day. and it is six to nothing. this is the game summary sponsored by the Silicon Valley here institute you're trying to get back into the game thinking the Silicon Valley here institute the best in the bay for robotic hair transplants the Braves were not finished just yet in the seventh inning against reliever. shampoo run there was a walk to ensure Maria and would to down the former giants Adam duvall. the sent by could run he throws and a high drive deep left center field by the wall. gonna watch it is. it's a two room room that was a big one. two other times tonight is it two balls to the wall this one was. a good margin over the wall. so that was one of the Atlanta scoring the one run the giants got occurred in the seventh inning Kevin Polari I got the lead.
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Better than John Miller well what do we feel better now and be our giants baseball and he's on one oh seven seven dash two all right back here in Chicago it's suppose came wrapped the cubs beat the giants twelve to eleven and a game that yeah probably is one of the games of the year in Major League Baseball that's everything you want out of a game a great crowd a beautiful night a great ball park two teams fighting going back and forth some tremendous tremendous advance from the giants and so many things to to feel good about and yet and nothings in the end to be frustrated about to take a loss it hurts hurts because they just played so far tonight and fought back so hard and to come up short is frustrating yeah you figure you're gonna win new in our I get the really good Jim but down six to down seven four they come back then they play their tails off other there were to going to jump out at me two things one the giants had scored one run and I remember what it was and Paul are was at the play the guys at first and second and I thought he had about yeah this is seven that included a being of a deep fly ball.
"john miller" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Them. Since I love John Miller I really like account based marketing and clearly I was one of the targets that's hilarious and got the bobblehead and the irony of that is after we did that we were doing while I was at box rocks and we were doing some rewards internally and we're doing these awards internally so we actually took the idea from them and created an Errand Levy bobblehead and that we ended up giving to like the marketer of the quarter although we give them the an Errand Levy bobblehead. This is what they need to know. He's always watch always watch it. Actually it's Tech neighborhood so he actually is. He's always watching and then we even took at one level further because everyone in really loved the bobbleheads we had our advocates some of the at box sort of bit champions in the top advocates that we wanted to recognize that are at our user conference we actually ended up going and making the basically hero bobbleheads for our hero of the advocates of fun and it just went over so so well and are at box this box champions aren't the C._I._O.'s who get all of this recognition. It's the I._T.. Director who honestly probably gets beat up more than they get recognized. That's a really good and for them to get these like custom bobbleheads of them and it should you accustomed. bobbleheads probably like two hundred bucks show so so so worth it we've got so much of positive brand Africa save from that and the fact that that all stemmed from engage IOS sending me one of all the things I've gotten. That's the one that I still have in my office at home. That is cool. What about you have? You got any goodwin's so actually yeah. I've gotten the types now that I think where you can select your own gift you know those are kind of cool but actually one of the things things that I got that we then used and we did as a Christmas gift was or actually we did it as a nears gift from from lean data all our customers. There's a company called sugar wish and they do customized boxes of candy but they can be theme in base to and you pick what you want so think about you know you know those little sort of Bento box squares up the gummy is in one in little chocolates in the other and so you could do it theme based and so I got one. I thought it was so cool that I then we did it for the lean indata actually this year the holiday or New York gift and then on Valentine's Day I did little custom boxes for my nieces and sent them all where basically they got a thing that you get taxed in the text basically says you've been incentive sugar. Wish Click here too you know customize and pick your candy and you get to go in and pick whatever you want and my nieces. All of them were tickled pink. No Pun intended <hes> because it's a really cool thing to do when you get a chance to personalize something on your own. I think it's just Funda that's engagement so I do like that would about some campaigns that were the worst well one that comes to mind this dating myself going back to apple this was actually a great campaign but one and that was executed badly and I think it's just as important to focus on both sides you can be as creative as possible but if it bombs an execution when apple was launching the Macintosh So was a whole new paradigm of cool new computer pewter etc.. They spent millions of dollars on the campaign that was called test drive Macintosh <hes> and the idea was that you'd go into a store any retailer that sold computers would be like a best buy today back back then there were other stores. They weren't apple stores back then you would go in and basically get to take home computer for the weekend and we did cool stuff. We ran all kinds of advertising around that we gave away little you know driver gloves for the hand. It's really cool funded..
"john miller" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Is that what you're doing for attribution from lead to opportunity creation what are all the different touches Felix so many marketers stop there but the fact that you have opportunity to deal close and what is actually helping from velocity perspective perspective the your demand Gen team is great but also our job isn't just all right get him to opportunity is sales enablement helping the deal closes field marketing helping the deal closed velocity piece is Ho impactful yep no I I couldn't agree more and and you know with with account based I mean everybody's been talking about A._B._M.. For a long any time and the best what use A._B._M.. To use it through the whole process because it's not just account based marketing it is truly account based as a philosophy. There's honey great vendors here on the floor. That are doing some really cool things but you want to be able to trigger all let stuff through the entire deal process so huge fan the we've interviewed every single one probably probably some of my friends have been in this seat. Oh Yeah we've had we've had John Miller back twice navien yesterday <hes> but yeah I mean I think you know what the fact that it's a philosophy you know and I think engagement is a pretty nebulous term but it's really critical levels like you know why why's personnel and said their levels to this stuff food and I think that that's really true like how we measure. Engagement is super important. You recently have talked about that. Companies need a chief engagement officer. Why do you think that and what is that yeah so because I do think it's ultimately it's about the experience right? I mean as marketers we are as B.. Two B. Marketers were measured on revenue measured on pipeline but what are you trying to do with pipeline. You're trying to engage people on a process to get them to advice from you and so engagement to me is is the process you go through to get people interested and get them to take action around your brand and who you are what you stand for so I believe that every marketer today and again and we all you know in some ways carry bags because we are part of the revenue team but at the end of the day you care about the brand and you care about the experience and you care about all the touches that equal the experience because I wanna be known for that what I say is true and People Flirt GonNa. I'm going to have credibility and if I want to be thought later. If I want to educate the market I wanNA make sure that all those touches equal credibility and that's what engagement is what are some best practices that you've seen from whether it's other companies he's or companies that you've worked at or just colleagues that do a great job of engagement well. I'll definitely give us shout out to my former employer Marchetto. I do think Marquette Oh does you know they talked about engagement H._B._O.. For Awhile and I think you know one of the things that they they try and help companies do is look at every single channel and making the experience consistent through every single channel and and I think that's really important to if I come to a trade show Oh and I walked by a booth. I WANNA feel the same if I'm picking up a piece of lateral or if I'm visiting the the company's website or if I'm ultimately having a conversation with a rap or a marketer and so I think Marquette does done a good job. They talk about in the same way that I think in Missouri talks about the Subscription Economy Marquette does talked about the engagement economy and I think I think it is it's about relationships. It's about for us is B. Two B. Marketers. You've got to humanize your brain right. I go back to the apple stuff where again again we didn't talk about speeds in feeds. I was marketing to families with children. Little computers than kids could plan learn on.
World Pride March: NYPD to deploy thousands of officers for historic parade on Sunday
"The n._y._p._d. is putting a comprehensive security plan in place for the world pride parade this weekend on sunday the world pride parade will march through manhattan the route slightly adjusted road closures will be in fact holding a gay pride parade an annual event for the city but this is the first time world pride will be in the u._s. and honor of the stonewall uprising in nineteen sixty nine commissioner james o'neill in addition to traditional crime and terrorism we've out a fully investigate all reported by incidents or acts of hey counter-terrorism commissioner john miller admits the 2016 nightclub shooting in orlando changed how they secure the event it was about crowds it was about traffic safety in obviously after the pulse nightclub attack in orlando we had to reassess james flippin n._b._c. news radio
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Miller back with you here. At Coors field with giants beat the Rockies fourteen to four and before we review the game. Just one further update. To further updates on the Toyota schoolboy the dodgers five nothing over the last of the eighth inning. Now in LA, the Padres five to two over the match top of the seventh at Petco park, Oakland one nothing over Cincinnati last third at the Coliseum. All right. The giants and the Rockies jumped ahead the first batter of the game hit a home run. It was just like they were still in Cincinnati. But that's when Madison Bumgarner took control and retired story Murphy and Arnaldo Nado in succession, and it would be a while before the Rockies would score. Again. Meanwhile, the giants would tie the ballgame post-haste in the second inning with one out back in the lineup after his game winning home run in Cincinnati in the eleventh inning on Friday that was the last we have an ongoing for a while because of inflammation in his left shoulder. He was back in there tonight. And he made his presence felt in the second inning. Now. The wind up sends a Tele thrones. So there's a. Hi, Dr deep right center field. Well, hit still going way back there. Into the giants bullpen. More shed iffy than right-center. That is a pretty good shot. Even occurs field to the opposite field by a right handed header it is one to one..
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"The order for the Yankees against the giants ready Rodriguez for today's first pitch. Here's John Miller Dade. Thank you and LeMay who stands in. Right hander against right handed. The first pitch of the day is very high inside football one..
"john miller" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Very surprised John Miller with the call for NBC bay area. The giants have now gone twenty four games without scoring a run in the first inning. The MLB record is twenty eight. But the good news is they were just saving everything for the second inning. The giants now up three to nothing. Kevin Palomar driving in the first run of the game with a single bring home Pablo Sandoval now, Joe panic with a two run double the giants have three nothing with a runner on second. In two outs. In the top of the second. Toronto is a very busy sports down tonight. Besides the giants and Blue Jays the raptors hosting the magic looking close out that series, the raptors up to a big early lead in hockey, the maple leaves. They are facing off the Bruins for a game. Seven Boston one nothing in the first period. The other game seven in the NHL tonight sharks host in the Golden Knights yesterday sharks. Head coach Pete Vork Vegas head coach terrar- Galant being deleting culprit when it comes to trash talking in the series. Today. Galant responded like you might expect for someone who's been talking a lot of trash in over that clown say that in the paper yesterday. It's not right. I think people know musical which back musical if he's to happen with that. That's a little classy for me calling for a clown and classless it's not the way that you're going to inspire your team, but it might inspire the other team as though the sharks needed more reason to get up for tonight's game. Seven Martin Jones, the sharks goalie has been playing on his head the last two games turning away. Eight of the ninety one shots. He's faced only another big game for the sharks. Tonight. San Jose perfect thirty five this season when holding their opponents two or fewer goals? Joe Hughes sports at fifteen and forty five on all news, one of six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Profile max. Eva coachee, better known as max was born in February of nineteen ninety four Milwaukee moving Virginia AJ, she competed in various singing competitions before entering high school age, fourteen she moved to LA to pursue music, but returned Virginia after year, she moved back at seventeen shoot eventually needed producer inter-party. Nah that she says overdone lot of doors for I didn't think taking a few of my buddies pain pills would be that big of a deal holding onto an old prescription. Who cares? My grandma was those pills. Anyway, it wasn't a problem until I was taking them all the time out stories are different with the outcomes are the same. You.
At Least 4 Americans Are Among the Dead in Sri Lanka Bombings
"The State Department confirms Americans have died in the Easter Sunday terrorist attack USA radio's Timberg with the very latest at least four Americans have died in a terrorist attack on Christian churches and two luxury hotels in Syria. Lunka John Miller is a New York. City police department's deputy Commissioner of counter intelligence and terrorism. He tells CBS this morning, what you're looking at is the kind of operation that would take a great deal of organization, a good deal of funding and more importantly, a fairly large number of people for your average Harris plot which increases operational security out of they run this for so long so much planning and so many wheels turning and without get out being on without it being found. Exactly
"john miller" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Counterterrorism John Miller informs me can't proceed into the cathedral carrying these things that points gasoline, apparently is spilled out onto the floor as he's turned around. Miller says too critical response command officers approached the man outside he told them he was cutting through the cathedral to get to his minivan on Madison Avenue which had run out of gas. Check of the car found a full tank. Detectives are being aided by the FBI's joint terrorism task force that is out of an abundance of caution. Because we don't know exactly what is mindset was what his motive was the suspect has been identified in press reports as Thirty-seven-year-old, Mark lamb. Carello of Hasbrouck heights. The daily news says he may be emotionally disturbed on Fifth Avenue. Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eight thirty years after the crime and thirty seven years behind bars the getaway driver in the Brinks heist in Rockland county will be out of prison in less than one month the decision to grant parole. Judith Clark is generating anger from survivor and the families of the three men who were killed. But Clark's lawyer tells WCBS reporter Mike's melts, this is proper reward for decades of remorse regret. Judith corks. Attorney Michael Cardoza says Judith reaction to the news. The sixty nine year old has been granted parole. In two words overwhelmed and very grateful. But Arthur Keenan former Nyack police officer who was shot in the fi during the nineteen Eighty-one brings heist is in disbelief at the parole board's. Ruling I find it to be ludicrous that that they would even consider lender back in society. Clark was the getaway driver in the brick size for to Nyack police officers in bring security guard were killed Clark has been. In prison for nearly forty years. All of that time, those who know her say, she's a different person someone who expresses deep regret for what she did in the past a model prisoner who helps uplift others. The sixty nine year old was given a chance at parole when governor Cuomo commuted her seventy five years to life sentence more than two thousand people including eleven current near congressmen and women offered statements of support for cork during her parole hearing this month, she will likely be released next month where she will continue the charitable work. She started in prison bikes, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty sad news this morning about a freshman college student from porchester victim of a suspected hazing at a frat house and SUNY buffalo eighteen year old Sebastian Seraphin bizarre has died. Officials at the college suspended dozens of frats and sororities after he was rushed to a buffalo hospital last Friday the university. In a written statement says it extends sympathies to the family and joins them in morning. This tragic loss the police in the college are investigating gold star families in New York are getting a break, it state universities after governor Cuomo and all that he Democrats came into criticism over the blocking of a Bill to help families of dead and wounded servicemembers, the governor's ordered bypasses the legislature and offers free tuition and room and board that the governor says it'll cost several million dollars. Still he says small price to honor New York's heroes WCBS news time nine oh seven. This is the takeout with major Garrett this week metrics affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie, we sent him on the way. But I wasn't a fan of John McCain. Are you comfortable with that rhetoric mister secretary what's so fascinating about the president? Is that he's keeping all of this? Tune in tomorrow night at nine WCBS, NewsRadio.
"john miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Concern over John Miller with New York police. The man told police he was taking a short cut through the cathedral. He's in custody and Democrats blast the attorney general hours before Thursday's release of the mullahs report. He has the White House on the report before providing congress copy, which has helped them prepare rebuttal response for the president tear of the House Judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler. This is Fox News. Edel? It has no way to keep the state's highways clean. I'm Don KNX T news. The Arizona department of transportation is launching a new hotline that will allow drivers to quickly report littering on the road and automated chat feature on litter dot as E dot gov. Allows witnesses to quickly share detail such as the plate number of the offender activists in flagstaff staffer pushing an ordinance that would restrict how police interact with migrant a group calling themselves to repeal coalition along with the ACLU have already drafted the keeping families free together ordinance that focuses on SP ten seventy the measure would bar flagstaff police from becoming suspicious of someone's immigration status by their ability to speak English or by the clothes. They wear. The ordinance would also restrict its ability to communicate with ice and mandate. Officers to inform people that they are not required to speak about their immigration status. Even if asked by an officer, Greg Paul k Anna's t news, I'm Don Nici, KNX A. Mm seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. Hi, it's Gary Lewis, some people think as soon as they get some pain, doctor, Dr painkiller painkiller. Maybe this is you..
"john miller" Discussed on WRVA
"My perks dot com. In the constitution. It says from time to time the president shall address congress, and it could be in letter former anyway, he finds a suitable and make them aware of the state of the union. So if I were going to be the president of the United States, and I seriously had to think about this. I would start with what our duties as government. What are the things we can affect what is the state of our union, and I would start by explaining that, we have a constitution that we've all signed an oath to. That's the only reason why we're here to protect and defend the constitution. And that is something that we established to create a more perfect union. A more perfect union. Not a perfect union. We're never going to get this. Right. But are we moving in the right direction? And it and the constitution gave us certain things. So let's go through the state of the union. We're supposed to establish Justice. Have we done that? Is it Justice is equal Justice? Because now there is social Justice, and perhaps social Justice should be left to the churches and equal Justice. She's the job of the state. We are to promote domestic tranquillity America has never been more anxious and we're anxious because of Washington DC provide for the common defense. We got a great military best in the world. However, that's not the only defense. We're worried about what about providing for the common defense on our borders. What about what about the common defense with China? And a I and and the five G network and how they are infiltrating our our country and our companies, and they are. Stealing us blind. What about Russia? Lots of investigations going on about Russia, but they all revolve around me. Go ahead investigate. All you want. But has anybody looked what is Russia really doing? Whether I'm the president. Or the next person is the president we are under attack. Are we providing for the common defense, promote the general welfare? Promote. So are we promoting those things are we saying only we can do those things. How have we promoted the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty for us, and our posterity boy, I could spend some time on abortion on that one. But I'd also like to say we now have members of congress that do not believe in the free market system. How are we promoting and securing the blessings of liberty when we have people that want to change our system of government into a system that is known for its oppression of people. I'd say the state of the union is tenuous tonight. That's how I'd start. John miller. Who is our our White House. Correspondent. And does his own show on the blaze TV and gives you a round up in a look at what's really happening in Washington. Hello, john. How are you? Good. How you doing Glen? Good. I don't think the president's going to say any of those things tonight. No, I think you're right about that. I think what he'll likely do is talk about the state of the economy, which is obviously still on fire. You were just talking about that last segment, but it's interesting because the state of the economy is great, but it should feel like the roaring twenties or it should even feel like the eighties in terms of the national spirit. It absolutely does not know. And I think that is because we are so divided and we're tenuously we're tenuous. We're not sure this is going to last because of spending was completely out of control in our own homes and also nationally it's out of control. And you have this fight about taxes going up to seventy percent. Yup. I mean, you don't know which direction we're going, and it's interesting because the president is calling for unity tonight and. It's a matter of how do you unite with people who believe what the modern left leasing? I mean, how do you unite with people who believe that life doesn't start not at conception even the third trimester? But when the babies in the car on the way, home and the mother's mental health is considered fit. I mean, how do you compromise with people who are literally thank you. We're going to keep the government shutdown unless you do what we want or people who bring as their guests to the state of the union the person the agitator who stopped flake in the hallway or the people the illegal immigrants or the dock recipient. So I, you know, the president obviously does his own dividing on Twitter, occasionally, he has to do the political fisticuffs. But when he's calling for unity, and the Democrats are saying we don't really want to unite with you we want to shove it in your face. I don't know how you heal that divide. It's the promote domestic tranquility. I don't know how you do that with people who are doing just that give me an give me a ranking. A gimme a grade for a of the of the constitution. Responsibilities of this government. I two. To provide equal Justice. I would say see why I would say see because you have. I mean, you look at what happened to Cavanaugh. I mean, the Justice system. I mean, forget the actual just the fact that the courts are out of control forget the fact that the courts have completely taken over what they're supposed to be doing and have outgrown how the constitution sees them. I mean, the national spirit in terms of how you see people are completely guilty until proven innocent. You saw that with Covington kids you saw that you see that. They I mean, it's just a mentality that you don't have to have any evidence. As long as we believe it to be true. Believe all women. That's the motto on the left, unless of course, that guy is a democrat like the Lieutenant governor Virginia, then you'd have to believe them. So here's the problem with this the government, I think has actually gotten better on Justice with the Justice reform that doesn't happen and the Justice that you're talking about is really coming at. You would say is coming from us. In the media. But it's not it's actually coming from political organizations. Sure, it's not government posed social just, but is the meat of the Washington Post, it absolutely helping them. It is it is. Okay. So justice. How can they even claim it's part of their job promote domestic tranquility? I don't know. So how does government actually do that? I mean, they can they can try to promote it. But at the end of the day, it is up to we the people that do that. And that's why I mean starts with we the people of the United States to promote a right, but they established the constitution jor the government to do these things in order to create a more perfect union. So you notice it says promote domestic tranquility that just means to me pet. The cat. Don't do anything. That is disrupting if if everybody is wants to be disrupted, then you just have to be a leader in step in and go we're gonna make. It. It's gonna be okay. I know everybody's arguing with each other right now. But that's not what they're doing. And I would give probably an f to everyone on that. I mean, everyone plays their role from government down to the media down to, you know, people on Twitter and Facebook, everyone everyone. Yep. Provide for the common defense think pretty good except the board is a disaster. And that is you know, that's the primary function. You know, many would say that's the main function of a military is to protect the borders here at home instead of thousands and thousands of miles away. So I think we're doing a good job. Thousands of miles away off those threats, but the ones that are closest to us. We're not doing anything and the ones that are coming in new forms AI the five G network Russia with their their ones and zeros that we're in war with Russia right now, they are attacking us. Even anyone who is is is in the information. You know, Facebook Google, what are they doing to provide for the common defense against companies like they're doing nothing because it held their business model Sackler? Right. So would you give them I I would give see again because some people in some areas. It's good. I mean, we we feel safe. So I would go I would say internationally a right domestically f I agree and that kind of comes down to a c. Yeah. General general welfare, promote the general welfare. I think I would say. Again. Maybe a a d to be honest. Why I mean to you? I don't know exactly what it means. I think the I mean, the domestic tranquility and general welfare kind of seem the same. I would agree. But I think that the state of our the spirit of our nation. I feel right now is not in good shape. Yeah. And I think that that is falls into the category of general, welfare and securing the blessings of liberty. I would say f- I would too. I would say f I mean, this government is a failure. This government is an absolute failure. If you grade it on the things the constitution says they must do. Well, like, you said in terms of the I mean just in terms of life. I mean, securing the blessings of liberty. If you're not going to life. Yeah. And our posterity that's what it says, and our posterity and the spending is out of control that's for posterity. And then also I I mean just in terms of the way the way the businesses. It's good. I mean, Trump has repealed a lot of regulations, which is good for business. Liberty is more than just business liberty. And so I think that the notion of freedom it's not something anyone talks about anymore. And when is the last time, you heard a politician really talk about the importance of individual liberty and freedom outside of a, you know, we're fighting for women's rights. All right. The other than you know, bogus speeches almost never. Yeah. It's not almost never. And you're seeing it in the polling of millennials freedom of speech. They don't believe that. They don't believe that. They don't believe in freedom of speech. They're trying to now put a fifty percent tax on bullets. They don't believe in the second amendment. You know, the only one that I think we could all agree on is the third amendment. You know, the king can't quarter soldier. That's the most important amendments. You know, what I think I think we're actually violating that because I think with the NSA they're doing the same thing. The king was trying to do by quartering soldiers. They've their soldiers are just digital right? Right. Interesting. Yeah. John you're going to be part of the broadcast. We're going to be broadcast. I think we're gonna be an emancipation hall as well. So well, okay. So we'll see you tonight on the broadcast hosted by bullying, and that is happening on the blaze TV tonight starts at seven thirty and it's commercial free. You can find it on YouTube. Also on our Facebook page and blaze TV dot com..
"john miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"John Miller with Stevens institute of technology says New Jersey is making efforts that likely aren't getting enough credit. So an f grade is a bit dramatic the state held a summit in October to get working on a coastal resilience plan. Dino flam me on New Jersey one zero one point five news in the opening hours of the new year. US authorities fired tear gas into Mexico turning back some one hundred fifteen migrants trying to breach a border fence in Tijuana. The US says the gas was used to deter rock-throwers not migrants crossing and that none of them experienced the effects. If you thought you might be charged with a crime, would you text a picture of the scene to a friend that is when Hillsborough? Investigators say thirty four year old Patrick Hammond Dade sharing an image of his ex-girlfriend's burning home residents survived but Hammond is charged with arson fire officials and other authorities and Thomas river continued to investigate a house fire in the. The Silverton section early on New Year's day occupants escaped the home was heavily damaged a total loss. And one firefighter was injured at the scene and Englewood man under arrest after police say he robbed a home in fair lawn and flipped his car and a police chase cops were alerted garwood road yesterday by the homeowner who was away but got a paying on his cell phone from his alarm system. Brian Goldschmidt lives near the home. That was never been any robberies within the past ten years. I've lived here. Nothing. Amassed man appeared on the homeowner. Surveillance video police then located the suspect's car and chased it into Glen rock where drivers struck a tree flipping the car over the suspect. Forty two year old korry growth of Englewood was injured and taken to a local hospital charges are pending the owner of a Saddlebrook surgical facility is being personally sued by a patient is that center where state health officials revealed last week that thousands of people could have been exposed to viruses like HIV several strains of hepatitis. An investigation is on this morning in Atlantic City following last night's show. Shooting death of a twenty one year old man police responded to a car crash at Lincoln and Ohio avenues and found. The victim inside a car that had ruled through the intersection he'd been shot several times inventor in the early hours of the new year. Some kind of argument breaks out on New Year's Eve party leading to his shooting. That's left one man hospitalized. The victim is a twenty six year old from hell side last reported in stable condition. Few other details are known Atlanta county is rolled out a new emergency. Notification system to notify county residents in an emergency county network administrator, John Gary says the system is an app available for smartphones. Or a web portal to alert residents anything that would be a countywide disaster a hurricane sandy type incident. Every says it's simple for Atlanta county residents to hook this up on apple and Android devices. Apple would.
"john miller" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"John Miller says sully is the perfect pooch for the job the number one test that you're the president likes. And I think many of the veterans are Walter Reed are gonna like is what we call the rest of command where the dog will rest his head on the lap of the president know that was particularly helpful to him because he was in a wheelchair. Most of the time and many of the veterans at Walter Reed are recovering from loss of wins or getting a new, and so we expect that that'll be a popular command for them as well. Sully charm the nation when he accompanied Mr Bush's casket to Washington, and then paid a visit to the capitol building. Sully also made an appearance on CNN's hero awards program. There appears to be a deal to avoid a partial government shutdown Friday. It's not a full spending plan, but one that would kick that can down the road a couple of months after President Trump backed off his demand for five billion dollars for a border wall. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell introduced the stopgap spending Bill to keep the government running simple measure that will continue government funding into February McConnell bash Democrats for not giving the president any of the money. He wanted calling it political. Spite still Chuck Schumer says he and the Democrats back the Bill the president and the house should follow that lead. It's unclear how many House Republicans though will be in Washington to vote with just weeks left in the majority officials here say the president will look at the temporary Bill, but did not commit to him signing it saga megani. At the White House. Going house speaker Paul Ryan delivered his farewell address today at the library of congress country. Where.
Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
The Truth About Jennifer Garner's Post-Divorce Dating Life
"The Jennifer garner is casually dating CEO. John Miller says a source. He hasn't met her kids. Jennifer garner is dating Callie group CEO. John Miller a source tells people there casually dating, but it's not serious garner. Shares three kids with husband Ben Affleck. The news come shortly after garner athletic finalized, their divorce three years after announcing they were ending their ten year marriage in June two thousand thirteen the couple began dating in two thousand four and married in June two thousand five
Robert Deniro, Maxine Waters and Hillary Clinton discussed on
"Start with breaking news this morning. The New York police department's bomb squad is investigating another possible bomb as we speak in Tribeca this morning. Multiple outlets reporting that package was addressed to Robert deniro. Now the latest package this morning coming on top of two additional suspicious packages discovered overnight. They were addressed to Representative Maxine Waters. They were intercepted. They're similar in appearance to five others that were received earlier in the day and the FBI updating its tally in a tweet Wednesday night. On top of the bombs that were sent to Hillary Clinton. Former President Obama former CIA director, John Brennan and former attorney general Eric Holder. John Miller is with NYPD counterterrorism has the governor.
Everything We Know About Jennifer Garner's New Boyfriend
"Can we get these burgers? What's happening? Fifty of them. I don't think there are any around here. Okay. That being said, then the story from people magazine is that Jennifer garner is casually dating. John Miller a source saying he hasn't met her kids who do we believe? Well, I tend to believe our source NT lawyer who would say they're very seriously dating, and they have been for quite some time that she has been waiting for this divorce to be final. So that she could debut this relationship to the world at large are saying gene has been wanting to move on. And now that the divorce is finalized. She finally can she has had no choice, but to be patient since Ben needed to finish his rehab treatment. But she was ready to sign the papers. Yeah. I mean, I tend to believe that this probably has been going on for some time. And and maybe the narrative that this is a newer relationship is more about kind of the appearance. Of course. She's she's dancing on. So the marriage is great, please consider for a moment. Why we continue to talk about these two. Now, I know there are actual stories happen as we are in love with them you. Okay. But why are you? And when you think about it, Jennifer. Garner. I know what does she do? She has she likes farms. She does that commercial for that credit capital. Cute. Sweet. Thirty. I loved that peace making food. We don't talk about people unless they want us to talk about them. So that leads me to believe that she's telling a story, you guys know that you're turning into conspiracy hurting we we were there like a year ago we invented conspiracy. No, we didn't know you didn't it, but you should have. Her show tune into Cobra for conspiracy theories. Yeah. Yeah. Seriously. It's nice fair. It's look we go we go there. And then we come back. It's a nice destination for a vacation. But we don't live there now. Okay. So we're willing to entertain your truth. Guys post Malone has spent over forty thousand dollars on post mates deliveries in care now this if he's. Thousand total endorsement opportunity. I don't know. What is he made more than six hundred sixty orders in fifty two cities nationwide spending upwards of forty thousand dollars on
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Miller back with you here at foggy AT and T park with the Padres beat the giants three two two. And let's go places with Toyota out-of-town scoreboard before we review this game. And the big scores the Rockies want again, they beat the Phillies fourteen to nothing. The dodgers lost again in Arizona, seventy two and the Rockies now lead the National League West by a half game. Also, the brewers want again the brewers beat the cardinals for the third night in a row. Two to one was the final there. The cubs though, did win over the pirates in extra innings after I blowing a six two eighth inning lead though. So they remain a half game up on the brewers. The dodgers are now the second wildcard team at this moment and in second place in the west as they get ready to come to San Francisco Giants losing to the Padres. G? The to the game summary is sponsored by. Silicon Valley hair institute when you're trying to get back into the game. Think of the Silicon Valley hair institute the best in the bay for robotic hair. Transplants Padres scored first with a run in the third inning triple by Galveston and a fly ball by Myers, and it was one to nothing San Diego, and they got another run in the fifth inning a single by Jankowski on a and it was a crazy play. Just a little dribbler up the first base line and. Anyway, an error was charged to Kelly. Getting Jankowski over the second base. He went to third on an infield out and with Galvez batting here is how he scored a.
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Miller back with you here at foggy AT and T park with the Padres beat the giants three two two. And let's go places with the Toyota out-of-town scoreboard before we review this game. And the big score is the Rockies want. Again. They beat the Phillies fourteen nothing. The dodgers lost again in Arizona. Seventy two and the Rockies now lead the National League West by a half game. Also, the brewers want again the brewers beat the cardinals for the third night in a row. Two to one was the final there. The cubs though, did win over the pirates in extra innings after I blowing a sixty two eighth inning lead though. So they remain a half game up on the brewers. The dodgers are now the second wildcard team at this moment and in second place in the west as they get ready to come to San Francisco Giants losing to the Padres three the to the game summary. Sponsored by the Silicon Valley hair institute when you're trying to get back into the game. Think of the Silicon Valley hair institute the best in the bay for robotic hair transplants. Padres scored first with a run of the third inning triple by Galveston and a fly ball by Myers, and it was one to nothing San Diego and they got another run in the fifth inning. I single by Jankowski on a and it was a crazy play. Just a little dribbler up the first base line. And anyway, an error was charged to Kelly getting Jankowski over the second base. He went to third on an infield out and with Galvez batting here is how he scored and.
York Giants, Barry Bonds and AT discussed on SportsPhone 680
Ex-Ohio State divers file sexual abuse lawsuit
"A Delaware. State prison building that was the sign of a deadly inmate riot will be torn down demolition. Of, the building James Stephen Correctional Center in Smyrna is. Expected this fall the building has been empty since last February when inmates rioted and took. Three officers hostage Lieutenant Steven. Floyd. Was killed governor, John Kearney says removing the building will help the emotional health of the officers who work. At the prison Ohio State university's diving club has been named in, a sexual abuse lawsuit involving a former coach. That suit alleges the school did not do enough to protect female athletes from abuse at the hands. Of will bow any Boania mechanics p. a. is accused of coercing multiple divers into. Performing sexual acts he was fired in, two thousand fourteen but according, to the lawsuit that abuse continued until twenty fifteen new DNA evidence has linked in Indiana man to one of the state's most notorious cold cases fifty. Nine year old John Miller was arrested yesterday for the rape and Murder of April Tinsley the. Eight year old was reported missing in. Nineteen eighty eight her body, was later found in a ditch three days later investigators said they use a genealogy database to match Miller to DNA evidence found at that scene his. Aunt says she's happy Justice can finally be served Going to be done We finally got the cold case is one of several that have been salt in recent months because of advances in. Genealogy and, DNA technology most notably investigators in California arrested the suspected Golden State killer who terrorized residents in the seventies and eighties veterans. Are remembering World War One veteran who died a hundred years ago on this day while serving overseas.
Trump says newspaper shooting "shocked the conscience of our nation"
"W o r ernie anastas do you think most people care about proper manners it's just makes you happier when people are polite to you and you respond accordingly you think most people care about it yeah but a lot of people don't practice it in bad moods everything's going wrong in the country in the world they thank you and then it's kind of carries over to manage yeah if you're sitting at the table or something if someone is eating like a pig ruins by meal yes and then got to put their napkin under lab they've got use a knife and four all the basics commanders do count yes thank you i mean you know the way you present yourself the way you respect other people react out of the people i think it's very important pricey kindness every day nice to see my mantra everyday tell everybody be kind kind of talking with you on seven ten w or i'm ernie at six o'clock on fox five this is jeff mckinney and the wrr newsroom a court appearance today for the suspect in the annapolis maryland capital gazette newspaper shooting jared ramos has now charged with five counts of murder and it turns out the newspaper had declined to press charges against rama's several years ago what police called the targeted attack on the capital gazette was allegedly carried out by maryland man who had a history with the newspaper and with police in may of thirteen we did have a situation where online threatening comments were made rundle county police chief timothy l tomorrow said the paper declined to press charges there was a fear that doing so would exacerbate an already flammable situation that she said romo's carried a twelve gauge pump action shotgun and wanted to kill as many people as possible aaron katersky abc news president trump this afternoon commenting on yesterday's shooting at the capital gazette this attack shock the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job the nypd is gearing up to keep the annual macy's fireworks display safe deputy commissioner john miller says they've been working for a while to spot any security threats for the fourth there's no specific credible threat to this fourth of july celebration but miller says there are still deploying bomb squads and dogs that can track explosives thousands of extra officers will be on duty to checkpoints will be busy and chief rodney harrison says make sure you know what's allowed in backpacks we'll be allowed there will be checked but once again there's certain types of coolest logical but not be allowed umbrellas blankets things of that nature at police headquarters i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o are still no budget deal in that puts new jersey one day closer to a government shutdown governor murphy wants a million mare's tax and do bump the sales tax back to seven percent at lawmakers are saying no if there's no deal by midnight saturday you could see beaches.
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"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The most it's not fleming's accurate description of my throw it was john miller is just pitiful oh like i didn't need john miller coming off the top rope verbally yeah i didn't i didn't need that just it just didn't eat that at all that's called piling on miller see let's opening day all already already what is he six nine but he looked like he thought he was about ten feet tall through that one of the dirt i thought i would get in front of what i knew you guys were going to do and notes still hurts me it's still hers out john miller may catch those hands you gotta be careful no i do not plan on giving john miller the business i will i would just take my l and i will keep it moving would've been happen oh my god brooke saw miller and hallway the park it was the most vicious thing i've ever hurt you a cosigner on my poor coming after you i ain't no chart i don't care if you're a hall of famer or not five zero says they were kind of disappointed that rod kept it so professional with his arch nemesis day fleming i totally day man it's all about optimism and positivity baby we got time for 'em not in anger but i'm pretty hot i heard that heard that description of my effort from day fleming for what i believe the seven hundred and eighty six time not that i'm sorry we're getting eight hundred thank you sit six five male athletes and male porn stars are like they both elevate oncommand listen man it's just that's just the business you've chosen it's all entertainment baby is all entertainment the four five says fitz of the kind of guy would go to a movie theater not get the buttered popcorn now let me help you out the movie theater would be hermetically sealed compared to stadium popcorn right that's all i'm going to say movie movie theaters like eating out of a hospital compared to stadium so you can't bring your own food to the game no i go to dinner before and you know have some libations at the game you know just the smell the smell i'm i'm there to keep score man i'm there too oh stop stop there to gamble and heckle all right you can lie you can lie to the listeners you.
"john miller" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Without any controversy smith gave up his logic and metaphysics classes to teach moral philosophy and his classes were a huge draw his public class on moral philosophy taught every weekday from seven thirty two eight thirty a m could count on around eighty to ninety students out of a total population of about three hundred his course was divided into four parts natural theology ethics jurisprudence and politics these lecturers as told by his student john miller contain the substance of what would go into smith's famous books the theory of moral sentiments and the wealth of nations as much as smith students enjoyed his courses he enjoyed teaching them he was constantly looking for ways to improve his lectures and took a personal interest in his students' success he was so popular that his portrait bust was even available at a local bookstore his philosophy was constantly discussed in clubs and literary societies and he is largely credited for turning a younger generation of glasgow merchants into ardent believers of freetrade once through james boswell enrolled at glasgow and seventeen fifty nine in order to listen dismissed lectures quote my greatest reason for coming hither was to hear mr smith's lecturers which are truly excellent his sentiments are striking profound and beautiful the method in which they are arranged clear accurate an orderly his language perspicuous and elegantly phrased his private character is really amiable he has nothing of that formal stiffness and pedantry which has too often found in professors so far from that uses.