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"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:50 min | 56 min ago

"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"It was before or 489 to 2703 on news and talk. 13 80 w Okay. And now Here's the latest from the W Okay News Center. Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening. If you want to say that I was a drum major. I was a drum major for justice say that I was going from major for peace. I was a jury made up for righteousness. The drum major instinct, the sermon that Dr Martin Luther King Junior preached on February 4th 1968 and Ebeneezer Baptist Church, including what he wanted, said at his funeral. It was two months before his assassination on April. 4th doctor Bernice King says that her father was a vessel for God. You know it wasn't about him. It was about the greater good if most people could become vessels for God for goodness for positive and recognize it's not about you. We could do so much more good in the world. Today is MLK Day. The King Day Service starts at 10 30 this morning virtually from Ebenezer Baptist Church, the King Center daughter work for information. We will broadcast the Box five King Day Service, a news and talk 13 80 w Okay. Vice President elect Kamila Harris is set to resign her Senate seat today, her resignation concerts two days before she becomes the first woman in American history to service vice president. She'll also be the first black American and the first South Asian American to serve in that role. Harris has been a senator since 2017. Twitter is suspending Northwest Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene for half a day. The Social media company says the Georgia Republican has repeatedly violated its civic integrity policy. Green has recently posted claims about election fraud in both the November election and Georgia's Senate runoff race earlier this month. You recalled this from her speech during the latest impeachment, Democrats will take away everyone's guns. Justus long as they have guards with guns. Grease claims about election fraud ended with Democrats winning both Senate seats in Georgia, which also gives Democrats control of the Senate. Weather Wise for M Okay Day Sunny with a high near 50 winds gusting to as much as 20 MPH mostly clear tonight with a low around 30. That's what's happening. I'm Maria pointed on news and talk. 13 80. Wh okay, Now let's check the roadways way. Hey, stop the stall where they feel Traffic and lady. Good morning to you After chilly start today. Temp's still in the thirties around the Atlanta metro area Really suffering that is you a step on out the door? Otherwise looking pretty good out there. Trip times. Okay, on 85 yourself down. 3 16 Talented. Spaghetti junction 16 minutes 75 South bound. Highway 92 Dallas of Cobb Cloverleaf only 15 minutes 16 minutes old Milton down the 2 85 on your Georgia 400 South Bound core..

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Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:38 min | 21 min ago

Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

"You might have missed the wtmj dot com setting unlimited WTMJ News Time is 806 2nd verse, Hopefully not the same as the first on the Buccaneers and Packers Do NFC Championship battle again Sunday at a Lambo. Brian D. Has sports at 8 15, The heir apparent at Samsung has now been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison by a high court in South Korea charged with bribery. Jae Young, the defacto head off Samsung, he's charged. Swift griping President Park Guen Hey and her aid. He even paid for the course trading lessons for his aides daughter now when they initially charged him back in 2017, he was jailed, But after an appeal, he was let out, the Supreme Court said. Hang on a second. We want another look at this. And two D is the result of that retractor be it's BBC news correspondent Laura Bigger Reporting from Seoul celebrating Dr Martin Luther King Jr today in a virtual way in Milwaukee Public Library has another Virtual event celebrating Dr King Today, Alfa Phi Alpha Fraternity alumni chapter is hosting an online trivia contest, wrapping up later today. Today's events also include Webinars hosted by world renowned artist Charlie Palmer. Dr Terrence Roberts in Definite Barbie. Wooten will discuss Dr King's legacy and the future. Jane met their WTMJ news her stage holding a free virtual story telling event starting at 10 this morning, the whole bridge will be lit up in the colors of the Pan American flag events honoring MLK Jr also Taking place across the nation will be tributes and reflections nationwide. On this Martin Luther King Jr Day, Theresa Hardy has up the N W. A s a. P and D Caba County and suburban Atlanta. We have to take out the time to mesmerize is the word I use on who Dr King is, and the legacy that he had for us commemorative events today at the King Center in Atlanta will be virtual because of covert 19 Jim Krystle, a CBS News it away to WTMJ. Hey, Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by an ex wealth management's money talk, heard Saturdays of 10 right here on WTMJ. Remember how it first.

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"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:44 min | 6 d ago

"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"He noted dress go to the king center dot ork for a schedule of events. Also this morning, some Atlanta residents are struggling to make an appointment for covert 19 vaccination. Doses began rolling out yesterday for those aged 65 older law enforcement and first responders. Several county health department websites reportedly crashed yesterday due to overload while phone lines were busy as people called in to make appointments. Some counties are reporting that thousands of appointments can book up in a short amount of time. Whether wise partly sunny today with our high near 49. That's what's happening. I'm Maria pointed on news and talk. 13 80 w Okay. Now let's check the roadways. He said. He saw where they feel Traffic The Lady Good morning to this update sponsored by Fulton County Board of Health, the Mist and the drizzle that made for the wet road surface. It calls a couple of crashes here, just off of the interstates Buford Highway. One writer to 85 have Elaine's tied up of Buford Highway right at the entertains. There also have one Wesley Chapel and I 20 things look a little better for you heading out through a bad area each year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 200,000 Americans are hospitalized for flu related complications of flu shot can help prevent the flu. Schedule your flu shot appointment today Visit Fulton County B o h dot or G'kar, Stop the spread. I'm Stephanie Still wearing the on news and talk. 13 80 w A okay. I feel like you live a lot of your life online. On average. I don't spend almost seven hours online a day last year and all that shopping, banking browsing and sharing can mean exposing your personal information.

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Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Wake Up Las Vegas

Wake Up Las Vegas

01:13 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Wake Up Las Vegas

"Day and they're being vetted for possible extremists Loyalties. Former Homeland Security Secretary Jay Johnson tells CBS this morning given the threat picture out there right now, given the unrest, much of it, frankly stirred by our outgoing president. I don't believe we can afford to be confident. I think we have to be careful. I think we have to be vigilant. State capitals are also on high alert this week. Correspondent David Beg No spoke to protesters outside the state Capitol in Lansing, Michigan. Are you answer governments? Not exactly. We don't like the massive over reaches a lot of the branches of the government. No problems reported in Lansing or elsewhere it yesterday's demonstrations. Health experts predict half a million coronavirus deaths in the U. S by mid February, and the vaccination process is still lagging. 68 year old Elizabeth Johnson showed up at a site in Palm Beach, Florida. You can't get an appointment. You can't buy an appointment. So what we gonna do? We're gonna bombard lines just like we're doing to get a shot. Major General Kimmy Keenan is that well met in San Antonio, Texas. I had one couple they had Call 400 times because they just kept darling because, they said, we're not giving up. They are making headway in the UK I'm Vicki Barker in London. Another 10, mass vaccination centers opened here in England today, increasing optimism that the target of vaccinating the 15 million most vulnerable people by mid February will be met. Vaccinations are now happening four times faster than you. Covert cases are being diagnosed, but another covert patients hospitalized here every 10 seconds and 10 Hospital systems now say they have no spare critical care beds. The country is paying tribute to a founder of the civil rights movement. Today, there will be tributes and reflections nationwide. On this Martin Luther King Jr Day. Theresa Hardy has up the N W. A. S, P and D Caba County and suburban Atlanta. We had to take out the time. To mesmerize is the word I'd use on who Dr King is, and the legacy that he had for us. Commemorative events today at the King Center in Atlanta will be virtual because of covert 19 Jim Krystle, a CBS News stock market, and most banks are closed today. This is CBS News You can listen to CBS News.

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Zion Williamson pledges to pay salaries of Smoothie King Center employees

CBS Sports Radio

02:31 min | 11 months ago

Zion Williamson pledges to pay salaries of Smoothie King Center employees

"Here here's what happened okay Zion Williamson is a nineteen year old he's nineteen okay we talk about him a lot he's been talked about for quite some time now he's one of the biggest freak prospects you will ever see in your life he showed up in the NBA and he's delivered on that as a guy that was the number one pick he's delivered already he looks fantastic Zion Williamson at nineteen years old has done something great and something that you've heard this going on around the world of sports right now because with all these leads that aren't in session do not have the games will people that work at the stadiums are out of work and that sucks right because it's not their fault it's like these people are incompetent they got fired there's a massive virus there's a literal pandemic going on there's a national emergency in this country and those people just can't work right now the circumstances don't allow and so what do you do for those people they're not going to walk into jobs are are people handed all jobs right now probably not so what's going on if you have some owners across the sports world you have some players across the sports world that are giving money of their own money into the stadium and police to help these people out and how great is that one of those people happens to be dialed Williams who can he's nineteen this is a nineteen year old kid this is his first year in the NBA it's not like well he's been through a whole number one pick contracted he's just swimming in dough and it doesn't matter to him at all he is a nineteen year old kid it's in the middle of his first year of his first contract so he's doing well compared to all of us but still this kid donated the money to cover all of the employees at the smoothie king center where the pelicans play he's covering their salaries of what they would have made for thirty days that's amazing right it's amazing display of kindness from a nineteen year old kid think about the maturity that goes into that kind of decision even if people are like Hey we think there's a good movie to do a friend to say you know what yes I think this is the right move I'm in that's an impressive thing to do he did that great job by Zion Williamson awesome

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Fresh update on "king center" discussed on The Rashad Richey Morning Show

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

00:31 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "king center" discussed on The Rashad Richey Morning Show

"Son, Dr Martin Luther King Jr in his I've been to the mountaintop speech. His last was in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 3rd 1968 on this MLK holiday. We honor what would have been his 92nd birthday. Referring to recent events in this country. King Center C o Dr Bernice King applause the Congress for its impeachment of President Trump for inciting violence at the U. S Capitol. But, she says, we cannot heal until we face the truths about racism thought with true tell him we can't heal until we didn't deal with the truth, and there's a lot of stuff that has to be uncovered revealed. And.

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Zion Williamson: New Orleans Pelicans rookie pledges to help employees

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Zion Williamson: New Orleans Pelicans rookie pledges to help employees

"News New Orleans pelicans forward Zion Williamson says he will pay the salaries of all the workers at the smoothie king center the home arena of his NBA team this after the league suspended the season for at least thirty days in an Instagram post Williamson said some of the most special people I have met are those who work at smoothie king center he also said they've been incredibly welcome welcoming and supportive since he was drafted last June Williams is only nineteen says the gesture is a small way for him to show his support and appreciation for the employees to help relieve some

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Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Atlanta Up Close

Atlanta Up Close

00:36 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Atlanta Up Close

"Am I ask you, Dr Bernice King? What is your goal? As the CEO of the King Center? You have your 3 65 training. You have your awards. You have the commemorative service. What is it? That doctor Bernice King would like to say is her legacy when it comes to the legacy of her father and mother. You know, my parents didn't get an opportunity. Really in bed in the fabric of our society nonviolent of a way of life. And that's what I see My number one mission to be that there will be a critical mass of people really are living it on a daily basis, not just something. They pick up when they're some kind of activism, but they're doing it in their homes. They're doing it in their workplaces. They're doing it in their community needs they're doing on Capitol Hill. Um, you know, they're doing it in Hollywood. They're doing it as it relates to the media and entertainment they're doing in health care to do it in every arena in classrooms s O. That is really not my goal. They raise up Generations of people who are practitioners of Nonviolence. Quite a few people from Capitol Hill, of course last week, you know who could guess. Use a little bit of your training there, Dr. King a lot of it. A lot of what did you think it went? And we discussed this on our Facebook live the other day with you. What were your first thoughts when you saw the images? What was going on on Capitol Hill. The rioting, the insurrection. What were your thoughts? You know, A lot of things went through my mind. It's not where I landed ultimately, but the first thing that went through my mind is any black person. Uh, you know who has either. Been directly a victim of, um or witnessed or understands their blackness. If this were us, this would not have happened. There would have been You know, they would have been really militarized and facing any mob of black people, um, seeking to engage an accent, terra and an insurrection. S so that's the first thing that went through my mind. Yeah, and the second thing was connected to that is why is this taking so long? So I immediately said OK. There's gotta be an inside job going on here. There's some people who cooperated with this. Um and this is why it's happening. And at this level, you know, the third thing I thought about is I thought about how violently then as a nation, you know, Daddy talked about United States being the greatest purveyor of violence. We were founded in violence, people talking about the American Revolutionary War, and the problem is when, when you sow seeds of violence, eventually they erupt. Harvest comes And we're seeing a harvest of that now and our society of not just what they did. But the number of guns that are in our society under the 93 million guns, which is more than Population and 60 enough of every single man, woman and child and at least 60 something left over that That is so tragic. On dweeb got to do something about that. We've got to find a way to restore civility as it relates to our gun rights that really the public square. Them should not be the place where people are allowed to bring guns, and we allow that to happen throughout silence and complicity in the last several years. With many of these laws he's open carry laws. And all of that, So we've we've gotta undo that. I think Um, um. S O You know, I thought about all of this, But then I finally said Look at the end of the day. What just happened? Is all the more reason there's an urgency to really commit to creating the beloved community because we can't stand for any more of this. We can't stand for more insurrection, Domestic terrorism, violence. We can't stand for any more extreme poverty and they were with you know we are Dealing now, with a pandemic that is exacerbated poverty on. So how do we build this beloved community Because even into the left community, you know you discover ways to share resource is, you know and share wealth and share opportunities. On s O. We are just on this quest. Now they helped build that community and also in the beloved community and I heard it so eloquently today by one of our summit participants. And she said in the beloved community, you stand your ground, but but at the same time you find a common ground. It means you don't have to deny yourself of your beliefs. And your positions, But you spend time at the same time looking for ways that you can find a common place but to move forward in a win win. Scenario for the greater good s o, You know, these are the things that I was going through my head and I said, I thank God that we are lying. You know, when we went into 2020, and we started thinking about where we go in terms of thematic approach for the King holiday observance we had already laid out in 20. Uh, 20. The fierce urgency of now the beloved community that was acting so we just thought decided, tweak it a little bit and still keep us focused on that and talk about the urgency of creating the beloved community who would have ever known at the pinnacle. You know, of everything we witnessed last year and coming into this year would be this insurrection. I mean, you know, I knew that there was going to be some kind of violent eruption. If Trump want didn't know how that would express itself and where would express itself. But I can't the six and that was going to happen s O. This urgency is honest now and I don't know. If we just a glutton for punishment, you know if we just a soul in love of violence, um, that we can't seem to understand. Hey, guys. We have to change course in our value system. You know, we've got to do some self interest suspects in and we've got to adopt. And embrace a new ways of thinking and engaging and acting and passing policy. So that's where I am and I'm excited to be in the zone. And in the epicenter of all of this activity around creating the beloved community, the beloved community indeed, Dr Bernice King as we're talking, the U. S house has impeached. President Donald Trump for a second time, and you spoke earlier this week when we were talking live on our Facebook. You talked about there being accountability and the president being one of those who had to be held accountable. Your reaction now that he has been impeached Congratulations to the house. For not cowering. In the face of grave..

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Atlanta's Olympic cauldron to be relit for marathon trial

Atlanta's Morning News

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Atlanta's Olympic cauldron to be relit for marathon trial

"Eight and a top performer brought you buy online trading academy is the record field that runs in the U. S. Olympic marathon trials in Atlanta tomorrow there's more than seven hundred runners with the top three men and women going to Tokyo of course starts and ends its ten you'll park it goes up Peachtree street that all past the king center and on the final lap the runners will pass the Olympic cauldron which will be lit for the first time since nineteen ninety six so that adds a little bit more excitement of this thing and if you can't make it I'll be riding along side the runners with updates during the race which

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Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Atlanta Up Close

Atlanta Up Close

01:37 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "king center" discussed on Atlanta Up Close

"Maria Boynton. My guest now is Dr Bernice King, CEO of the King Center. Right here in Atlanta, Georgia, the daughter of Dr Martin Luther King Jr and Mrs Coretta Scott King. How are you doing? Dr King? I'm doing good. How are you? I am doing well. We are celebrating What would have been your father's not eat second birthday when you hear the number 92nd. What do you feel about that? Yeah. You know it. Wow. I mean, you know, I can't even imagine. Um We would have been at 92. I just I can't talk about that at all. Because I'm so used to The Martin Luther King that we cannot frozen in time in terms of, you know, the period in which he made great impact so but You know, my mom would have been 94 this April and so The good thing is I have a measurement because my father's sister, Christine, King Farris, is still living. She's 93 will be 94 this year. And so, you know, Um, we're glad to still have her with us as a part of the King family. But 92 That means if you subtract 39 from 92 we're looking at and staring at 53 years since my father left us. And the good thing is he did not leave us without some guidance without some direction, and we've got to find a way to really Embrace those teachings and embody them and live them out, because that's why we're contending with many of the social And economic and equities, racial inequities in our day he's been 53 years We should have made so much more progress by now. That you know if we don't become vigilant And and determined, you know, Dad said, chill in the darkness, often more determined, determined And zealous taking Children of light. We gotta turn that around. Um and, uh, accelerate. Change, um, so that future generations can truly exist. In this the love community we talk about Everyone. My guest is Dr Bernice King, CEO of the King Center. This year. Of course, we're preparing to celebrate the annual marking of the King holiday. It's on Monday, January 18th. And of course, we talk about the beloved community. It is something that your father wanted so much. Tol have created in this country. Can you explain everyone what the beloved community is? Yeah, You know, First of all, I want to dispel this notion that it's some kind of Kumbaya type of thinking and living. You know, And can we all just get along or In other regards for some people. I wanted to spell the notion that it's an utopian something that you know we will not be able to create in our lifetime. We say that the beloved community is an inclusive, achievable society. In which problems and conflicts do exist. That's very important for people to understand, because some people again think that it's just kind of Kumbaya, and we've kind of moved away from any tension. Ondas Daddy said. True justice is not merely the absence attention, but the presence of justice so you can't have a beloved community. If there's no tension, because if you just quelled attention, and there's not a presence of justice, you have what you call a negative piece. So it is this, uh, society in which problems and conflicts exist, but you worked together on a means to resolve them peacefully. And poverty, discrimination violence, uh, that, he said the triple evils of poverty, racism and militarism are unacceptable and those things that we fight against because their threats to ask sense of community and connectedness. Um and you infuse the policies and practices and language with AH, ga pay love. My mother said it's a spiritual bond that claims the energies and commitment of a diverse group of people who desire to serve a cause larger than themselves. It's fueled again by unconditional love. We're gonna that's why be loved community. A lot of people say Uh, but the lad, we say, my life's a beloved, we say being loved community. But it's still about it have to be so love. It feels like family and it transcends race, religion class on divan identity and so we have to learn. Have lived together Dad, he said, his brothers or sisters or together, well parishes, foods and so learning how to co exist is a key factor in the beloved community. Um, And it's the salient, spiritually motion that we all live in and share the World House that we're in a related were interconnected. And that warrants us to be other center. Love our neighbors as ourselves and to have care and compassion for one another and ensuring that we are putting people first. That's the key thing. People first, not materialism, not stuff and paints. Everyone. My guest is Dr Bernice King, CEO of the King Center as we prepare to mark the 53rd celebration of M L. King holiday, and, um, your mother This was something that she knew needed to be remember needed to be recognized, and she worked. And she helped to found the King Center. I mean her works and and then your legacy here. You continue to do the work. What is it about you that you feel makes it necessary for you? One of the four king Children to make Dr Bernice King to continue the work. You know, just like so many people I want to live in a just remain affordable, peaceful and sustainable World. It's in my best interest is in the best interest of all of us. On Bear. Four have aligned myself with an institution and I was born into a legacy but align myself with an institution that my mother Round of the King Center, which is officially the Martin Luther King. Junior center for Nonviolent social Change, because I feel, um At the core of me that non violence is the only pathway to creating that kind of world..

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How The Food Industry Manipulates Public Opinion, Science, And Government

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

08:40 min | 1 year ago

How The Food Industry Manipulates Public Opinion, Science, And Government

"Today. I want to talk about how the food industry many plays public opinion manipulate science. Manipulates the government. So here we go. Let's take on Science I. I mean who isn't confused about what to eat. And that's why I wrote my book action. But what's really going on is a concerted effort by the food industry that manipulates science. The government our government spends about one billion a year on nutrition research. The food industry spends twelve billion. And they find all kinds of concocted studies. That actually manipulate the truth. For example. I think Coca Cola. Spent one hundred twenty million dollars to universities and other groups to actually provide money money for research and guess what they funded three hundred eighty nine articles and one hundred sixty nine journals. Things like exercise. Is the key to weight. Loss at soda doesn't have any role in our way. The Snack Food Manufacturers Association groups that confections group funded studies that show the kids. We Candy Actually Lose More Weight and have less inflammation the kids who don't eat candy. I mean how does that even make sense? And when you look at the data I'm you know studies funded by the food. Industry Are Eight to fifty times more likely to show benefit? I studied for example on artificial sweeteners. Show that by the food industry that ninety nine percent they're safe and effective but about ninety plus percent of the studies but their independence show that they cause weight gain obesity. Damage the microbiome and definitely are not a healthy food and not good for dieting. So we have so much going on all the time in research I there was a there was a big review. For example by a group of scientists have looked at sugar recommendations it was published in the animal internal medicine which is one of the most important journals in medicine and yet it it shed very computing. Seems like there's no evidence for assure guidelines to reduce sugar that actually sugar is an harmful that our concerns are overstated in the data to support any limits on sugar in our diet. Well the study was funded by a group called the International Science Institute which sounds awesome but turns out is funded by none other than Coca Cola and Monsanto and Pepsi and all the big characters in the food industry so we're completely bamboozled by misinformation major journals and it confuses doctors nurses nutritionists computers the public and even in confuses policymakers. How do you make sense of all this? So you really have to follow the money so nutrition. Science corruption is huge. And it doesn't just stop there. He go onto fun all sorts of professional associations for example the American Diabetes Association the American Heart Association the Academy of Nutrition Dietetic which which receives forty percent of its funding from the food industry. They create a partnership with kraft singles. Calling it the smart slice of cheese you know which is crazy because it's not even cheese. Something has to be fifty one percent cheese to call it cheese so I'd say cheese like product or I don't even know what to call it. The government doesn't like to call cheese and that's called a heart healthy. Smart Snack is because they were funded by the food industry They are also corrupting their meetings. Their meetings and they provide all sorts of CO education so they have panels with makers of high fructose Corn Syrup and transfats an all kinds of crazy stuff and it just computers nutritionist. Because it seems like it's good science. They're very very good and they spend millions millions and billions on this so they corrupt all these organizations and and so Dr John Nine Ninety s as a professor at Stanford said. We shouldn't believe any recommendations coming out of professional societies that have conflicts of interest. I mean how does the American Heart Association can have fruit loops and twix cereals? Be Hard healthy when they're so full of sugar because they're low fat they get three hundred thousand dollars for putting that seal of approval so we have to be very cautious consumers. See Not just stop. With professional associations they also create front groups. Front groups are group's that actually seem like they're legitimate groups but actually are funded by the food industry or the Agan History of the oil industry. So you've got things like climate smart. Agriculture sounds wonderful. And I who's against that right but it's funded by the fertilizer companies who want to use more fertilizer and as we've talked about before fertilizer drives huge amounts of damage to the ecosystem uses tons of energy to produce damage our waterways at his huge contributor to climate change so Not so smart. In my opinion I see you've got then you've got the ways in which these companies also create corporate social responsibility and it's another mechanism. They used they. They fund groups that are social groups. It's called corporate social responsibility. And what did they find? They find the N. W. C. P. And they find the Hispanic preparation make money. And what does that do that makes them sort of loyal to them and a little bit and the it co ops them for example and there's a soda tax on the ballot. They actually will oppose a soda tax. Because they're funded by coca-cola or or the food industry or so makers is pretty pretty frightening. they also fun things like the hunger groups which which why they're so against limiting soda for snap or food stamps are we spent seven billion soda for the poor every year about thirty billion servings through our food stamp program how that make any sense. When we're trying to create a healthy population says all these insidious ways they caught these groups. I remember when I was showing fed up in Atlanta. I met with Bernice King. Martin Luther King's daughter and she wanted to the movie and the King Center instead of being nonviolent is also nonviolent yourself through how you take care of your health and she was all excited about it and I got a call later. We couldn't show the film there and I was like why and that was moving about obesity in the food industry said well because Coca Cola Funds King Center. It's pretty frightening And how they co op these groups And we also do all kinds of other nefarious things They besides the front groups besides sole told responsibility besides getting into our public health academies besides corrupting science. They're involved in terrible political efforts that are behind the scenes that manipulate public opinion for example. Now there's a couple of things that happened. One was an effort by the Grocery Manufacturers America which essentially was a representative now-disbanded thankfully that was representing the big food companies and they illegally got them to contribute to a slush fund to fight. Gmo labeling. Which would have cost those companies billions of dollars and fight it in Washington state and they pretended to sort of hide behind this this group. That wasn't actually disclosing the funding Attorney General Washington state figure this out and sued the grocery manufacturers of America for campaign finance violations and led to the biggest settlement. I think it was like fourteen or eighteen million dollars against them Yet the ballot passed to fight. Gmo labeling and they won they spent so much money but they got slapped a few million bucks. I mean they make millions of dollars. They don't really care. But after that a number of these companies actually you're standing up and doing good things and I think I see I see progress. I see change and that makes me happy for example Nestle's known Unilever and Mars Got Out of Jimmy at that point the grocery manufacturer America and they formed a sustainable food policy alliance which was a great idea. And I think it's exciting and we'll see what happens with that. Nomination hopefully work with him on my food fix campaign so so that was terrible and then of course even worse things eighty for example they create a ballot initiative in California which was to prohibit local governments from raisings local taxes unless there was a two thirds majority which would have crippled the governments in the local towns so they couldn't schools are departments police stations etc and They didn't care about that but they cared about was manipulating. The Governor Governor Jerry Brown is probably liberal governor. We had in America to put a preemptive policy that prevented any future taxes on soda. Junk food. Now think about that. I mean they literally strong armed the government by threatening them with a measure that would they spent seven million dollars promoting that would have crippled local governments and basically bribed to force the governor to create this preemptive law which is terrible so all of a sudden affairs ways that the food industries acting and we need to fight

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Williamson's 22 in debut not enough for Pelicans vs. Spurs

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Williamson's 22 in debut not enough for Pelicans vs. Spurs

"Zygarde Williamson electrified the smoothie king center last night scoring twenty two points in his debut a hundred and twenty one to one hundred seventy lost to the spurs the number one pick sensational three minutes seventeen point fourth quarter burst but the pelicans up by three before he was yanked by the medical team as a precaution the what happy about that very hard you know nineteen honestly and I'm all I'm not thinking about longevity until I wanted again so it's very it was very tough ESPN's microphones call Williams a telling coaches he could win the game Williamson missed forty four games after tearing his meniscus cartilage of the knee joint in the

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"king center" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"king center" Discussed on WSB-AM

"King center is hosting a special service Monday morning at ten o'clock at Ebenezer Baptist church at noon tomorrow to cap county hosting at MLK day parade right now we're at forty seven degrees on Peachtree street forecast calls for even colder temps tomorrow the lowest we felt so far this winter season at Landis most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up the top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it safety concerns growing at Lenox square mall after police stopped an armed robbery in progress in the parking lot cellphone video shows panic shoppers running for cover after gunshots rang out in a mall parking deck Saturday night Atlanta police deputy chief Jack glaciers as one of their offices was flagged down to help stop an armed robbery and confronted the two suspects sergeant ordered the suspect who had a gun to drop his gun the suspect refused source sergeant fired multiple times that the suspect striking and twice he was taken to Grady and is expected to survive the other suspect is also in custody the officer was not hurt Jennifer Perry ninety five point five WSP NFL conference championships are on today first game A. F. C. championship it's the Tennessee Titans against the Kansas City Chiefs kick off at three OO five than in the NFC championship game is the Green Bay Packers versus the San Francisco forty Niners at six forty winners of today's games will determine who goes to the Superbowl SpaceX has successfully conducted what's called an in flight abort test grocers are out.

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North Korea fires short-range missiles for second time in a week

World News Analysis

02:19 min | 1 year ago

North Korea fires short-range missiles for second time in a week

"North Korea has fired two short range ballistic missiles office east coast according to South Korea's military it follows similar launches last week which were the first major actions since June when U._S. President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN North Korea a carton that launch a solemn warning to Seoul over his plant military exercises with Washington for more on these missile launchers. We're now joined by Joe Tone. He's he's a fellow in Carnegie's Nuclear Policy Program Base at the Carnegie King Center Full Global Policy Dr John. Thanks for joining US so <hes> to missile launches within a week. What message do you think North Korea is trying to send well? I think that two dollars <hes> casts past <hes> demonstrated <hes> impressed the <hes> technological capability of North Korea <hes> those missiles are not typical. Oh ballistic missiles actually <hes> they have some capability to maneuver during their glide which means <hes> they have greater turn their ability to defeat the missile defense system deployed by the United States. I think that's the message from D._p._R._K.. Okay <hes> saying that <hes> we can still make important <hes> miliatry technological breakthrough despite the <hes> serious economic sanctions and the diplomatic isolation <hes> to the time is not on the American side <hes> because <hes> as long as the negotiation is on is North Korea can make additional improvements and advancements to his nuclear and missile program does US create greater security threats to the United States and South Korea and I think that's the call for attention <hes> from the <hes> that's a signal to DC that <hes> Washington shoot can beat her providing <hes> all concessions the dugard case though that diplomacy resume again well North Korea has also said this is a warning to the military drills because stay say does this a violation violation of the spirit of the

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"You'll hear from saints in Ben Watson along with Seth Dunlap on the last lap on this Anthony Davis saga that took an ugly. Turn for the worse last night when he flat out walked out on his teammates. After what he saw what suffered after he suffered a shoulder injury towards the end of the first half in a win over the Oklahoma City thunder mind you last night in the first half third quarter rolls around Anthony Davis leaves the smoothie King Center leaves his teammates leaves the fan base for the better part of seven seasons. Loved them cherish them. Defended him protected him. Because he's being advised by Rich Paul who is the agent of LeBron James as well. And his business partner and originally. I was okay. I I stood up there on January twenty eighth when Anthony Davis said I want out of New Orleans. I was like, I don't blame you pal. Now, they've had a long they've had a while to build around. You haven't been able to do that they fired general manager del Dem's today, I'll get to that and a few moments but Davis is now indefensible his actions are poor one of the baby. One of an infant to degree a toddler. To behave like that to just walk out on the city on your team on your franchise is inexcusable. The pelicans cannot play him at all for the rest of the year. I don't care how bad the shoulder injury is it's a contusion for goodness sakes. And you know, I used to defend a AD for his reckless abandon. That's why he is often injured can't do that anymore because hey, look clear last night that that wasn't that violent of a foul or another. There was no foul. There was not even a violent of that violent of a play. I used to defend them on that all the time. Can't do that anymore. Either this saga this brow? Saga has turned into. I mean, you might as well be watching the mid day soap opera, that's what it turned into a lead Alvin gentry calling the issue a dumpster fire last night. I empathize with Alvin gentry to degree. He's smack dab in the middle of this. Until today. The organization had not said anything about the direction of this organization. We'll get to that in a few moments. But who's the bad guy here? Who's the good guy? It's clearly Anthony Davis for me is the bad guy. It's one thing to sit up there and say I just wanna play by play basketball. Then you try demand. Oh, I don't want to go out. I don't want to go to the Celtics. I want to go to the Lakers in hats off to the pelicans for not being bullied by Rich Paul and Anthony Davis who thought they can manipulate their way for Anthony Davis to end up in LA with LeBron which leads me to another point. Magic Johnson is not the general manager LA Lakers, the general manager of the LA Lakers, whereas high tops his name's LeBron James so hats off to the pelicans stand in fast on that standing their ground on that they're not needed and allow Rich Paul to dictate the terms as to win. This trade was going to happen. And what it looked like? But don't sit up there. Anthony Davis and say. I just wanna play ball, then quit on your teammates. You can't have your cake and eat it too. You can't say I just wanna play. I just wanna play ball. But then you go out there on the home court in the smoothie King Center. Against the Oklahoma City thunder and suffer contusion and walk out of the arena. I mean if he had any class whatsoever. He would say, okay. Even if it's not a legit injury. Even if it's an injury that he could've come back from played played it, but just didn't want to. I'm even kind of okay with that. But don't leave the arena, go back and sit on a bench with your teammates, at least show them some support who showed you support when you demanded and asked for trade you put them on on notice. You put them out there in the media having to answer questions about you. And you can't even suffer a minor injury. And go support your teammates that you currently are part of this team man, that's weak. That is weak weak. Weak. Are blue runner food's opinion poll online for yet wwLcom if you were the pelicans would you sit AD for the remainder of the season or play him when he's healthy to me, you cannot allow that guy to ever even come close to touching another New Orleans pelicans uniform, you just can't take away his sneakers take away the jersey. There's no way. I mean you heard after last night. Gale benson. The owner was furious about that. I think that's why you saw the shoe drop today and firing gentle manager del dense. Call me at five oh, four to six zero one eight seven what do you make of this whole Anthony Davis saga? Who's the good guy who's the bad guy? Good guy, actually, good gal. Finally, we we heard from the ownership. At the top the pelicans, they're done. They've had enough. They are moving on from Dell dense and trying to overhaul that basketball operations Diller. Good guy. They at least stood by what they said. They were going to do. They're not going to succumb to the pressure of Rich Paul Anthony Davis demanding kicking their feet kicking and screaming. They to be traded to the Lakers. The Lakers didn't come up with a good enough offer. And what is the NBA ever gonna at all at least acknowledged the possibility of tampering from Rich, Paul? There's a clear conflict. He's LeBron James agent. Of course, by the way, he was hired by Anthony Davis in September, the writing was on the wall, and this one nobody thought that would really pass up on what thirty million dollars for the supermax deal that the pelicans could offer them. Anthony Davis once revered he's now the. He he might as well, he might as well be a person he is persona non grata. Amongst the fans I want to hear from you at five oh, four to six zero one eight seventy eight seventy eight seventy this is sports talk. The Cajun cannon Bobby bare up next here on wwl..

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"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"So we tell you a couple of days early. So that you can get on out here. And you might be take a day off work chemically, clear your schedule, Doug Aimar. How are you? Answer visit Amar integrate. It'd be great. I dug Amar Georgia Justice project. You all wanted to partner in agencies. Yes, arm- tell us a little bit about Georgia Justice project. What you all do? Well, we're a small non profit been around for thirty two years. It's all criminal Justice. We're located right behind the King Center and fourth ward, we do three things that GDP is we call Georgia Justice project, g JP we do holistic indigent defense for like a private public defender as one thing don't allow our folks in the prison and afterwards them get back on the feet and plants families. We the second thing we do which is relevant for why. We're here today is we hope we're the only group in the state that really helps people with criminal records, helping people change the record fix a change it or get a job or housing in spite of it. And then the third thing we do is to change the laws in Georgia push for change around most level, some municipalities to make it easier for reentry it make it easier for people who've been engage touched by the system. So they can get back on the feet have a second chance. So Georgia's bribe, but very important because one of the things we always have to remember that we sometimes lose we see people go to jail hit the gavel, but ninety five percent of those gone all about four or five have either sentences of death or life without the possibility of parole is it probably in less than that. But they're coming back out. And you just made a point for those of us who can knock on wood all the my arrest. I got about a dozen of them have been for protests ain't been resin. No criminal at fifty three ain't had no criminal charges level other than. Disturbing the peace in some of the other stuff, but people are coming out. And let's talk about some of the things that as a even convicted on misdemeanor level, you're not eligible for some housing development will not let you rent from that. That's a whole big area. That's really difficult. First of all ninety eight percent of all housing in the country is private. So even though the public housing has her own barriers by statute the biggest barrier is the private housing, which actually can there is some well, they don't have to tell you. Well, we will look at your application and all of a sudden apartment somebody else came in. That's right. And they can they get away. Unfortunately with a lot of all you got a record. We're not gonna let you run here. And it hurts a lot of people. So that's how big deal, I know the other one that often come up is you're not eligible for financial aid if your student that that's right and actually just getting into college. Box to college students. I ask him. How many of you remember your application? How many of you were asked if you've ever been convicted of a crime or a felony and raise their hands. I did it once interestingly about my good friend. Mary Shaw is president of oglethorpe. And he's been the volunteer with us. I was talking to a class there. And I asked that question, and he was surprised he said, I didn't realize we asked the question. I think got rid of the question now, more and more universities. I are getting rid of that banning the band in a boxes counter picking up. That's right. But at the federal Abe level, a drug conviction of felony drug conviction can stop you from getting financial aid to go to college. So that you're you're absolutely right. And then you don't have to be Pablo Escobar to have a fellow Attleboro. You have you had more than a couple of hours of the weed? That's right. Proud to now. That's right. That was considered a you could have a felony conviction. That's right over announced. It's right. Then there's a Bill moving through right now through cinder Cooper. Senate from Augusta is pushing a Bill that would move up the limit from misdemeanor marijuana. So that two ounces of below would be a misdemeanor in Georgia. Now believe it's a. Yeah. Yeah. As a felony. So that's right. So keep going. No, no, no. I was just thinking of the ones I knew that others because I want people to understand how important this effort is if you fall in any of these class categories, you can be excluded in that for you need to make sure you come out on Friday. That's right. Well. One area. We've run into everything I mean, anywhere for obviously jobs, and then we're going to talk about housing education other benefits. One thing that we've run into is family who wants to adopt somebody in their family. I've had class where grandparent. Wow. And then try to say, listen, my kids out my kids in jail, my kids, whatever I wanna stop. I don't want my kids. My grandkids being raised in the foster care system. And they go to the state system and say I want to apply the systems, whether you got this film client, nineteen Seventy-six felony conviction. And this is a few years ago. Wouldn't let him as a business owner very successful. But it wouldn't let him adopt and take his own grandkids in because of his forty year old felony conviction. So it can impact your ability to adopt even your own family. Obviously immigration. We won't even go there. It can affect so many things lots of other benefits. But again jobs is such a key part of this. Because one data point I'm going to give your listeners is that job. The best way we are concerned about people not going back to prisoner keeping working. That's right. The data's clear out is it that is the best. Right. I let them know. Very clearly, I got to my mind be fighting. I ain't got time to fight. You got time to rob. Rob your house. I mean, I got to be at work at four o'clock. So look, I will go and robbed you, but is about a quarter to me to be. So people don't realize this week in. I know this because I did this many years ago crime almost go to zero Super Bowl weekend. Did you can't people just you know, if people wanna know if we all watching the game, we got to be which you're in for our team. We don't have time to robbed you today. And so. Super Bowl has his byproducts won't come back to talk about jobs, and we have the deputy director a work source Atlanta, the job agency and Atlantic Valerie Carruthers here, and she's going to walk us through. Is not just as Doug just said we want to clear your record. Now, you know, but I will tell you we live in a culture, that's very clear. I can have a clean record. But if I get hungry enough. No, one of my favorite movies of all time is trading place. Well. You get hungry enough in you feel desperate enough the first law. Preservation is verse loud nature separation. I see a stove some bread and I'm hungry. I'm going to not get that. Brad. What we got to do is help you get some bread pudding your pocket. So we're gonna tell you how you can get a job you come here. They'll be folks there to help you get a job clear racket off help you get a job. And you know, that's what we're gonna try to do on Friday. Remember, call us up four for eight nine two two seven zero three combat will talk to counseling Gothard who was on the phone from east point. And he's one need to get in on. This y'all have y'all the summit to an add to the conversation and. We'll also talk to Kenya. Johnson. Tell us how to pull all this together. Somebody has to coordinate all of this. Now, we won't hundreds of people. What's the biggest crowd Yellen? Add to come to one so far. I couple thousand well, we won't double that. They're going to help all the all. But if you show up, you know, they might you know, we got it because we've got to help you. We don't want to know more declared two thousand nineteen year. No excuses. No excuses. You can't keep saying. Well, this oh my record as I told you I didn't tell you to go in there with a shotgun in first place with inasmuch as you did let us elite try to help you get out of a situation. Fall four eight nine two two seven zero three don't blame me because you don't hit the folks upside the head, but at least let us try to help you by coming out on Friday, don't go to place sticking stay with us. It's too much with their bozeman on news and talk thirteen eighty w.

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"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"So we tell you a couple of days early. So that you can get on out here and minded take a day off work chemically schedule. Doug aimar? How are you? Answer. I know the mar- Georgia Justice project, you all wanted to partner in agencies arm. Tell us a little bit about the Georgia Justice project. What you all do? Well, we're a small non profit been around for thirty two years. It's all criminal Justice. We're located right behind the King Center, and they will fourth ward, we do three things GDP is we call Georgia Justice brushing, g JP we do holistic in the defense for like a private public defender is one thing done that for long Lau following our folks in the prison and afterwards, something get back on the feet and plants families. We the second thing we do which is relevant for Robert here today is the only group in the state that really helps people with criminal records, helping people change the record fix it change it or get a job or housing in spite of it. And then the third thing we do is to change the laws in Georgia push for change around mostly at the state level, some municipalities to make it easier for reentry it make it easier for people who've been engaged touched by the system. So they can get back on the feet and have a second chance. So Georgia's brought but very important because. One of the things we always have to remember that we sometime lose we see people go to jail just hit the gavel, but ninety five percent of those gone all about four or five have either sentences of death or life without the possibility of parole is it probably in less than that. But they're coming back out. And you just made a point for those of us who can knock on wood all the my arrest. I got about a dozen of them have been for protests, and ain't been no criminal at fifty three ain't had no criminal charges level other than you know, disturbing the peace in some of the other stuff, but people are coming out. And let's talk about some of the things that as a even convicted of misdemeanor level, you're not eligible for some housing development will not let you rent from that. So that's a whole big area. That's really difficult versus ninety eight percent of all housing. Entry is private. So even though the public housing has her own barriers by statute the biggest barrier is the private housing. Yeah. Actually, can there is some familial. They don't have to tell you. Well, we will look at your application and all of a sudden apartment just somebody else came in. That's right. And they can they get away. Unfortunately with a lot of all you got to record. We're not gonna let you run here. And it hurts a lot of people. So that's housing big deal. I know the other one that often come up is you're not eligible for financial aid. If you do that. That's that's right. And actually just getting into college. Box to college students. I asked him how many of you remember your application? How many of you were asked if you've ever been convicted of a crime or a felony and racist or hands? I did it once interestingly about my good friend. Mary Shaw is president of oglethorpe. And he's been a volunteer with us. I was talking to a class there. And I asked that question, and he was surprised you said, I didn't realize we asked the question. I think oglethorpe got rid of the question now, more and more universities are getting rid of that question banning the band in a boxes counted picking up. That's right. But at the federal level, a drug conviction felony drug conviction can stop you from getting financial aid to go to college. So you're absolutely right. And you don't have to be Pablo Escobar to have a feller Abbas Braga. You have you had more than a couple of hours of the weed? That's right. Proud to now. That's right. That was considered a you could have a felony conviction. That's right over announced. That's right. Then there's Bill moving through right now through cinder Cooper. In the Senate from Augusta is pushing a Bill that would move up the limit from misdemeanor marijuana. So that two ounces of below would be a misdemeanor in Georgia. Now believe it's. As a felony. So that's right. So. No, no, no. I was just thinking of the ones I knew of that others because I want people to understand how important this effort is if you fall in any of these class of categories, you can be excluded in that for you need to make sure you come out on Friday. That's right. Well. One area. We've run into everything I mean, anywhere for obviously jobs, and then we're gonna talk about housing education other benefits. One thing that we've run into is family who wants to adopt somebody in their family. I've had clients who are grandparent. Wow. And then try to say, listen, my kids out my kids in jail, my kids, whatever I wanna stop. I don't want my kids. My grandkids being raised in the foster care system. And they go to the state system and say I want to apply assay systems is whether you got this clan nineteen Seventy-six felony conviction, and this is years ago. Wouldn't let him he's a business owner very successful. And but it wouldn't let him adopt and take his own grandkids in because of his forty year old felony conviction impact your ability to adopt even your own family. Obviously immigration. We won't even go there. And it can affect so many things lots of other benefits. But again jobs is is such a key part of this. Because one data point I'm going to give you listeners is that job the best way if we are concerned about people not going back to prison keeping working. That's right. The data the data's clear is it that is the best. Right. I let them know. Very clearly, I got to my mind be fighting. I ain't got down to fight. You got come time to rob. Rob your house. I mean, I gotta be at work at four o'clock. So look, I will go and robbed you, but it's about a quarter to four. So people don't realize this week in this the typically because this many years ago. Crime almost go to zero on Super Bowl weekend. Did you can't people just you know, people wanna know if we all watching the game, we got to be which you're for our team. We don't have time to robbed you today. And so, you know, Super Bowl has his byproducts. We'll come back gonna talk about jobs, and we have the deputy director a work source Atlanta, the job agency in Atlanta, Valerie Carruthers here, and she's going to walk us through. Is not just as Doug just said we want to clear your record now. You know, but I will tell you we live in a culture, that's very clear. I have a clean record. But if I get hungry enough. No, one my favorite movies of all time is trading place. If you get hungry enough in you feel desperate enough the first law. Preservation is verse loud nature separate ovation. I see a stove or some bread. And I'm hungry. I'm gonna get that breads. What we got to do is get some bread put in your pocket. So we're gonna tell you how you can get a job you come here. They'll be folks there to help you get a job clear your racket off help you get a job. And you know, that's what we're gonna try to do on Friday. Remember, call us up for eight nine two two seven zero three combat would talk to counseling Gothard who was on the phone from east point. And these one need to get in on this. I'll have y'all the summit to an add to the conversation and. We'll also talk to Kenya. Johnson. And tell us how to pull all this together somebody has to coordinate all of this. Now, we won't hundreds of people. What's the biggest crowd Ellen ad and he wanted to you so far? I couple of thousand. Well, we won't double that. They're going to help all the all. But if you show up, you know, they might you know, we got it because we got to help you. We don't want to know more declared two thousand nineteen year. No excuses. No excuses. You can't keep saying. Well, this oh my record as I told you I didn't tell you to go in there with a shotgun in first place with inasmuch as you did let us elite try to help you get out of a situation fall for eight nine two two seven zero three don't blame me. 'cause you don't hit the folks upside the head, but at least let us try to help you by coming out on Friday, don't go to place sticking stay with us. It's too much with their bozeman on news and talk thirteen eighty year..

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Parents of alleged R. Kelly 'victim' speak out

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Parents of alleged R. Kelly 'victim' speak out

"Is cut to the chase. Let me see my daughter. And he said your daughter loves me. I said my daughter love you. Well, my daughter will call and TM you she loves a man why come you won't let me see my daughter. He told me he's not time yet and hung up the phone allegations of abuse against Kelly have exploded since a docu series on the singer aired last week on lifetime. Joyce lindh's. Parents said that they haven't seen her in two years. Well this month. Millions will celebrate the life of Dr Martin Luther King junior. And today the King Center announced plans for ten days of events. Leeann. Up to January twenty first during the announcement. Dr

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"king center" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In my memory, banks. You shall letter? Huge hip for Millie small. Oy, lollipop guessing. Sixty two sixty three right around there. Maybe sixty four maybe as late as sixty four. Really I'm trying to remember now, and I could be completely wrong on this. But for some reason, I'm thinking of Millie small was Carol king's babysitter. Trying to remember. Could be mis mis remembering that, not not remember not correctly could be two different people. I'll have to look that up. I think that was in strange, facts and other useless information by Scott Norris. Great book that he wrote. What thirty five years ago forty years ago? I still have the board. So great resource for useless information. Without you know, she had that cute. Little cartoon voice. Millie small. And if she was Carol king's babysitter. Maybe that could explain Carole king. Got the got the bug. Yeah. That makes perfect sense. Well, yeah, I I would think so. Again, our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. So what's with this guy? Trying to ram his SUV through the front gate of the governor's residence last night. Those who heard it was going so fast that it sounded like an explosion when he hit the gate. That is horrible. I was at work when it happened and the phone lines just went up and social media went crazy and patriots started floating around because it's a highly populated area. Well, yeah. Yeah. I. He said he had something to talk to the governor about. He said he had many problems in the speaking to the governor was his only solution. That's according to the criminal complaint. Guys, fifty nine years old. He went on to tell paramedics said he had medical issues and was tired of dealing with all the electricity under his skin. Court records show. No criminal history for the guy. I don't know. He's obviously troubled. Let's go to the phones and Jason in Plymouth. Hello jason. Let Yvo with Carole king centers. You're right. Little eva. You are right, sir. That was in the musical beautiful, which was actually just here a couple of weeks ago. Oh, okay. Actually featured in the musical they kind of make light out of light of it. It's pretty funny. But yeah, it's actually true. She really wasn't her babysitter. Yeah. And you whether it's little either Millie small, you can see you where Carole king got the bug. Well, it was it was based on the musical Carole. King. That was when she was married. She had had her first child, and you know, she was a songwriter. She had her and her husband had actually written several hits ready, and then they had little eve as a babysitter. Well, then they kind of do a little bit of a plotline where you know, little even pushing the baby carriage only, you don't know who she is in Carrollton says, oh, thanks little Eva and the next scene is doing locomotion. Yeah. Yeah. I think that was I think I think that was her only hit if I remember correctly asset sounds about right? Yeah. The the musical beautiful facial because a lot of people don't realize the Carole. King was a heck of a successful songwriter. Absolutely. Finally, decided to go solo, you know, like forty or whatever. Thirty something. Pretty cool. Great story. Thank you. Thanks. Jason. I always enjoy. You have a good night. Thank you. She'll other. We've always said we can ask any question and somebody will have the answer. And there you go. You are always right about that. I mean almost as soon as you were wondering the phone lines were ringing in the answer. Yeah. Yeah. Little eva. That's right. It wasn't leva. It's a great story. No matter who it is. Yeah. Millie small Millie small ahead. My boy lollipop, and I think that was her only major hit. And then little levers locomotion same thing. And of course, then grand funk railroad did locomotion and had a huge without our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll three eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six. Got a couple of cars stories for you is Sean a car guy Gillette. Are you? We would just talk, and he's he's really torn up about this whole General Motors thing his dad worked at GM for thirty years. So they could on cars all their lives. Yeah. Yeah. The the first Mustang coupe. The Ford built will be going to the auction in January Barrett Jackson, Scottsdale. Arizona auction January twentieth through the twentieth..

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"At Greek underscore gambler on Twitter, so VR we'll stop by five ten we'll happen until five thirty replay at five thirty five than it is the saints players show with saints defense back. Justin hardy fantasy frenzy. With Kevin paint at seven twenty talk compels basketball. They're all three to star with Jake Madison at seven thirty five as you heard there in the sports flash. The Brooklyn nets tomorrow for the Pels in the smoothie King Center. And of course, the saints are on the road this week. So you got some time you got some things to entertain you know, LSU this weekend there on a BI week. So Pels can get all the attention until Sunday. They won't eat it on Sunday. I'm curious to know, first of all who do you think the saints should start opposite? Marshon Lattimore it's not gonna be Eli apple and all likelihood Ken Crawley, PJ Williams or someone else. Five zero four to six zero one eight seventy eight seventy eight seventy also who's your favorite? Non divisional rival for the saints. We know obviously in the division. It's the Atlanta Falcons, but non divisional one, and you know, what for me. It's the one that saints are playing this Sunday. It's the Minnesota Vikings go look the reason why they've got a history they played the playoffs. Three times saints Vikings. Saints are wanted to they lost eighty eighty-seven their first year of the playoffs. They beat them in the NFC title game to go onto the Super Bowl significant moment in the Superdome. They lost him last year in Minnesota. And the round roundablouts. So the Minnesota Vikings would get my vote as to who your favorite are your best non divisional rivalry. You could weigh in five oh four to six zero one eight seventy text eight seven hundred seventy the NFL fires unofficial today. Ally. Judge are backed judge for a blatant misuse of a false start penalty in the chargers, browsing never heard of this never seen it. I like the fact that finally. NFL officials are being held accountable. Little bit. It was a pretty blatant false start that did not get whistled on on the Los Angeles. Chargers ended up beat a touchdown pass for Philip rivers. The NFL fire the official, I think officiating across the board because. The Stacey measures that have been put in place makes it extremely difficult for these guys to get anything, right? I would not want to be an official these days. I think it might be bad. But I don't think the guys are bad. They're enforcing rules that I think make it really difficult on the officials and on the players to really execute those rules. You told me though, your favorite non divisional rivalry for the saints 504-260-1870, eight seventy eight seventy five at hooters on vets Justin heart. He'll be here at six o'clock tonight for the saints players show hooters on vets here on wwl AM, FM and.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"A mug you start today's a cold front moves through our temperatures are starting out in the sixties channel four meteorologist dave nussbaum's complete pinpoint forecast is coming up well tonight pelicans playoff game in the smoothie king center will be huge where your red tonight it is read out time and it's also the first home playoff game since twenty fifteen we ask fans down around the smoothie king center if they believe the pels can make it three in a row drew mirror ditch everybody hate these going to have a a big game he's got to step up have a begin tonight it will win donald c the pelicans closing it out three oh so they got this they got this and you feel confident yeah yeah go pal all right go pels indeed and we'll have more on that coming up in sports ships from the us french and canadian navies will be lining the shores of the muddy mississippi river starting today along with oh a half dozen tall ships it's nola navy week twenty eighteen a tradition that began a few years ago we started that celebration of twenty twelve for the united states navy atas new orleans tourism marketing corporation president mark roaming he says there will also be us coast guard vessels on hand and ships will be here at the port open for public tours the body of an elderly woman missing since last fall has been recovered now the pd who's dealing with a homicide investigation wwl tv's career jackman has more on seventy six year old jean stokes no pd announced a dna analysis confirmed remains found in new orleans east match stokes's profile soaks his family last heard from her october eleventh after neighbors say they saw her at her home on the forty nine hundred block of good dry almost immediately investigators suspected foul play when they found her car abandoned in some brush her disappearance led to massive searches on foot with search dogs many organized by her family every body omaha stokes his daughter immediately cried out.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"Raskin you why do you feel like the pelicans are not getting the support that maybe a lot of people feel like they should a sold out packed some of the king center on a nightly basis tell us four to six zero one eight seventy text eight seventy eight seventy bobby another thing too we were discussing we've gotta textured eight seventy eight seventy saying what the arena is in the inner city you look at the bigger cities with better attendance a majority are not in the inner city first off it's right next to the superdome people pack that place all right it's in the cbd which is not quote unquote the inner city the oracle out there what on the bay in oakland yeah off the interstate it's not in the best of neighborhoods i can tell you that for sure i i don't i don't i don't i don't see that as a reason that's not the reason i don't think i just don't think people like basketball they love it i mean they tell you the truth i mean sorry i mean you have you do have people who love basketball that live here but it's not a way of life is not a passion i'm just talking about the majority and the only way they end that number and i'm i'm just saying right now you need to be in that number 'cause the team is relevant if you had to rank coby on the bandwagon bob if you had to rank a pecking order of priority for sports teams in louisiana college and pro as far as passionate and also to get the fan base to get them energized who so obviously be saints number one the depending where you had an estate you could talk the saint sure but it's like one in one a don't matter what saints lsu lsu saints so if you put yeah definitely here the saints the gulf coast gulf south yeah the saints.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"At home in the smoothie king center just like you did on the road i mean we need him to knock down shots where if you're open just make the shot and what i mean by if you're only make the shot yeah i don't think that that match up with utah and portland really has an impact on the pels the bottom line for the pels they win tonight right they win tonight against the spurs and then okay see takes care of memphis than the bottom line is dj then you can avoid the rockets are the jazz the hot jazz yeah yeah that's if we win we definitely avoid the rockets no no the tiebreaker to know like if we should cheer for the jazz at the portland trailblazers to win and lose because we would tie records with the loser of that team if we won we might be able to jump on but then you know when you look at the same record and it's unbelievable you have the same record considering how many games you play within it comes down to like the nfl look like what you do in the conference and the common opponents i mean it gets worse like all of a sudden you had a second third fourth tiebreaker about who's truly you who you truly playing are are who has the homecourt advantage so that i mean my understanding right now because we all taken into consideration that the thunder will beat the grizzlies is that if we win we are going to be faced in a series and we're gonna have to win on the road and play portland and then we'd have to win on the road if we lose and have to play the rockets that's my understanding mike commonsense approach like i'm looking at all those different scenarios now like it hurts my brain a little brain that i have i mean it's like what is like going down to the last game you'd think it'd be not as complicated as it is because you know people trying to the formulas for this format the playoff obama an nba much more difficult than the.

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Wwl, Official and Illinois discussed on The Second Guess with Bobby Herbert and Mike Detillier

The Second Guess with Bobby Herbert and Mike Detillier

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Wwl, Official and Illinois discussed on The Second Guess with Bobby Herbert and Mike Detillier

"Barring an unlikely upset of oklahoma city by memphis very simple for the pelicans win tonight and they'll face an opening round matchup with the portland trailblazers as the fifth or sixth seed lose and they dropped to eighth and a first round showdown with the first place houston rockets tip off for the season finale between the pelicans and spurs in the smoothie king center except for seven pm looks like the saints have bought themselves a new target for quarterback drew brees the chicago bears will not be matching the offer sheet the saints extended to receiver cameron meredith meeting the six foot three illinois state product is headed to new orleans on two year ten million dollar contract meredith is coming off a torn acl and mc l expected to be ready for training camp and the state released their preseason schedule at least partly we don't know exact dates and times but we do know who they're playing and where they'll travel the jacksonville in week one of the preseason and then come home to take the zona cardinals they take on the la chargers in los angeles in a primetime cbs broadcasting week three and then come back home to take on the la rams in week four wwl sports flash is brought to you by bud light official beer the saints dilly dilly probably from the saints lsu and the pelicans follow us on twitter at wwl am fm or visit wwl dot com i'm martin and art.

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"king center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The saddest days in american history remembered wednesday it's been fifty years from civil rights leader martin luther king was assassinated in memphis april fourth nineteen sixty eight sparking days of unrest i remembered ceremony at the king center in atlanta georgia resident tara jackson was there with her family i get so emotional around y'all definitely glad to be here from the balcony of the lorraine motel with martin luther king junior was killed fifty years ago as a bell tolled thirty nine times to mark life cut short by racism at least one southwest governor supports president trump's plan to use national guard troops to augment security at the border with mexico arizona governor doug ducey offered his backing through social media he tweeted out arizona welcomes the deployment of national guard to the border washington has ignored the issue for too long in help is needed for it's all about public safety abc's ali vetnar in phoenix todd ant abc news it comes to talk news eleven ten ninety nine three wbz t what do you get when you twist together the rush of a wood coaster with the gravity defying aerial thrills of a steel coaster you get twisted timbers kenge dominions all new hybrid coaster you get speeding barrel rolls rumbling g forces and white knuckle inversions in other words it's a ride like nothing you've experienced before so prepare yourself for the unexpected thrills of twisted timbers the area's first hybrid roller coaster and for a limited time everyone pays kids price at kings dominion dot com hi it's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group mad harmony but you will bounce back i mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you giving me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year.

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Sean Payton says history is an ally for Saints in the draft

The Scoot Show with Scoot

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Sean Payton says history is an ally for Saints in the draft

"The year the saints finally draft a quarterback high in the nfl upcoming draft in april saints head coach sean payton talked about louisville quarterback lamar jackson you feel it in the room and you can tell he can lead and so you know he's your quarterback you start looking closely at the things he did real well at louisville and then you build that way from orlando florida at the nfl owners meetings kristian garic wwl sports and just eight games left in the season for the pelicans who host another conference rival battling for playoff positioning portland's in town tonight and in third place in the west two and a half games ahead of new orleans tip time in the smoothie king centers at seven pm steve geller wwl sports today out sports talk with bob aaron kristian garic live from orlando hear from saints head coach sean payton and the.

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Indian Wells - After loss to Venus, it's time to temper our expectations for Serena

WWL First News Early Edition with Dave Cohen

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Indian Wells - After loss to Venus, it's time to temper our expectations for Serena

"Green bay is also said to be in pursuit of graham services the pelicans are back in action tonight and getting the win column following two straight losses the puzzle hosts the hornets at seven pm charlotte road record is just ten and twenty one on the year but new orleans has had their struggles at home as they're just seventeen and fourteen in this movie king center for the second time in two years in the sixth and seventh seasons under head coach nikki far guests the lsu women's basketball team will compete in the nc double a tournament the lady tigers earned a bit in the twenty nc and at twenty eighteen nc double tourney slotting in as the number six seed they'll play central michigan in the first round saturday at ten am venus williams defeated younger sister serena in the third round of the bnp parabas open they played for the first time since last year's australian open final when a pregnant serena won or twenty third grand slam title before taking maternity leave serena still has a seventeen to twelve advantage and the head to head series after venus beat her for the first time since two thousand fourteen today on sports talk with bobby barron kristian garic the saints are officially on the clock to get a deal done with drew brees will close a contract before the new league year begins and lsu basketball coach will weigh drops by at six fifteen has the tigers get ready for the nit i'm steve geller with your early morning look at sports five twenty two dave and steve with you on your radio.

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"king center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And allowed the voice to sell his voice to sell trucks bernice responded no however representatives of the king is state which is separate from the king center and run by his son dexter told the slate on sunday night they did approve the use of the sermon in the super bowl ad while the centres seeks to carry on kings teachings these state controls his speech and images and i'm sure they got money forward which is now the wrong with but the people thing that's dirty somehow oh shucks you wanna use elvis you pay you want to use the martin luther king you pay you wanna use harry belafonte you pay whatever the casemates hair is still with us she gone i think he still with okay whenever mine hearing sorry premature you you want has like he may be closed and and when assembling there for a while so these folks are all upset about it and i'm going i think they probably raise a lot of money for the king uh foundation of whatever babies kids got a who knows but they're the ones who made the guy it didn't occurred to me that somebody would use this without his his family's permission all these state or whatever so i'm i knew it was it was cool it's like when you first started seeing revolution show up into what was the nike answer whatever and i knew the beatles didn't approve that that's after michael jackson swindle the rights away from a from a paul mccartney and then started commercialising it and paul's going you wouldn't know ever use a commercial music going to commercial which no no no i would never paul now aberdeen ivory and then of course they ends up in a revolution commercial michaels making a ton of money off of it i bet yoko was jealous all you a she was but he ended up buying the rights to the song the knee yes okay women go all sphere levin war this is a california city they're wants to experiment with universal basic income so here's how this work folks this works everybody gets five hundred dollars a month questions asked uh that's monitor not great mm all you won't have any bombs the here's what's going to happen where is this by the way this is an stockton california so all the bombs in la you're going to be going to stockton because they'll get five hundred bucks a month no questions asked the mayor michael tubs calls his cities ground zero for issues like wage stagnation rising house prices and loss of middle class jobs it affect.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"The hoa whole hour like we do in the ten o'clock hour 5042601870 really would talking about a few different things first alex smith traded to the redskins reportedly now the trade can't become official until the leagues year ba reportedly it's for a third round pick anna player and then he gets a new contract extension that's been worked out tom khandan and drew brees paying close attention there it looks like it's four years and ninety four million dollars with seventy one million dollars guaranteed in that contract so that sets the absolute floor for drew brees deal will get into that in just a little bit pelicans earlier tonight they were in action and home at the smoothie king center and look sans boogie cousin's steam proves once again they're just bad flatbat against a very terrible king's team will the worse records in the nba their sixteen and thirty four and the pelicans lose by eleven tonight one fourteen 210 three this is what i keep telling everybody who is trying to act like the pelicans are going to be okay here somehow stay afloat until the playoffs without cousins is a swollen themselves in their fillon you do not pay attention to that this is not the same pelicans team obviously it is not but they lose more than just his production they lose perhaps their best passer likely the best passer outside of raj on rondo his interior skills his presence on both sides of the court even though he was alive bility at times on defense he was a must better defender this year and again tonight the pelicans faleigh it was their second straight since the cousins injury won at fourteen to one o3 if you're coming back from that game fan to give me a call elect know what you saw there and pelican santa like no what you're feeling tonight 5042601870 is the.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"To this the king center wednesday december twenty it you hear this you know that is that's the sound of the constitution if the greatest generation had not one world war 2 and adds no kidding and i think there is no better way to pay tribute to those brave men and in some cases women and really there was an effort on this side of the country ah in this country as well during the war to make sure that the soldiers were in sailors and marines and pilots were successful when it comes to world war two and that's why i think you pay tribute to all of these people if you make a trip to the national world war two museum which is one of the top museums in the world and we are lucky enough to have it in the cbd campaigns of courage you can follow the battle in europe you can follow the battles in the south pacific there is a tremendous ford the i hate to call it a movie experience it's more of a sent a manic experienced tom hanks narrates it the screens are huge it tells you the story of the war from beginning to end what happened the 'cause it what happened to and did everything that happened in between and frontal logical order and if you take the kids are you've got family visiting from outta town then you take them in the museum and you look at the actual weapons and you look at the actual uniforms that were used during the war and hear some of the stories you going to go back if you have family in for the holidays make it a point to go to the national world war two museum you can find.

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"king center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The rise this monday morning well eighttenths of a percent across the stock says six hundred fifty one hundred dead joining in the rally up by a tenth of a possess the can caroline's up nine cents with sentences after that by one point three percent and he's the subject of seems to have the most recent fire on that global equity markets i say global equity markets and it wasn't all that evidence ovalles in the asian session of course we sell the senate making progress we'd that tax bill passing that tax legislation at the at the end of last week that didn't really like to fire on the asian equities were pretty flat on the asian equity story with the nikkei tg five down by half cents by the close into the european market though within buoyed up a little bit by the moves in us features pass we see us peaches heading higher at once again and so it looks as if we have another leg higher on this on this story to come through from the united states to use peaches on the dow we called up by around eighttenths of 1 percent licht taking a look at some of the border asset see commodities markets we see moves at low oil prices wti is down by around nine cents absent of brent is down by around six cents of a percent the week after we got that deal of holes from opec they remains in vienna back on thursday at the dollar index getting a boost from the tax story just as we've seen him the stocks environment as well to the dollar index up by around three or four tenths of a percent pending which one you're looking at this morning and we cease have substantial moves in the pound the pound is weaker by three cents who represent a little bit analysis as we see prime minister may meeting in brussels will they weren't they emerge from their lunch with some kind of deal we have from peter king center a moment ago that he thought that would be to the upside that they do get a deal tuesday that's a bloomberg business flash now he's sandra kilholf with more on what's going on around the.

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"king center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"king center" Discussed on WWL

"Quote mit unit those guys were hurting form locavore had four and a half sacks through ten games the nfl closed out week eleven in seattle last night with the atlanta falcons silence the twelve man with an assist from the seahawks russell wilson shotgun stab you bet bellevue shovel developing upper brought down trump behind and the ball was charged and picked up by claiborne he takes an heads the touchdown at clip courtesy of westwood one the seahawks turn the ball over twice leading to fourteen thousands points and missed a potential game bucked gametying field goal in the closing seconds allowing atlanta to escape with a thirty four thirty one win thousands moved to six and four two games behind the saints in the nfc south and would join the saints and panthers in the playoffs at the season ended today seattle falls to six and four with the loss was another big night for anthony davis in who the king center also launched the rim davis catches put top scored a highlight courtesy of the pelicans radio network that bucket from the browbeat the buzzer to bolster the birds to an eighty seven eighty six lead heading into the fourth quarter the pelicans would hang on to win one fourteen 210 seven five thirty six points and 15 rebounds from ad despite demarcus cousins getting ojected from the game now at nine and eight on the season the pels host san antonio tomorrow night lsu closed out the regular season saturday against texas anm the aga's about a lacklustre season coming in southern and four overall and foreign three against the sec but tigers coach at ores wrong cautions the expects an end to come to baton rouge ready to make some noise reverse stroll dream israel low explosive orovic versatile of little details which distribute tremendous challenge welch lsu in texas anm face off at six thirty saturday night as for the redirect lsu basketball team will wait budge lit up the crowd at the maori jim maui invitational tournament in hawaii last night remaining unbeaten on the season for the first round seventy seven seventy five win over michigan wolverine seemed to have no answer for freshman sensation for mont waters who dropped twenty one points to lead the tigers now at three no lsu faces four no notre dame tonight the tigers in the 13th ranked fighting irish to buffet nine thirty p m on wwl that it ford's a special edition of the.

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