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Memorial service scheduled for Houston arson investigator killed in shootout
"For Houston Find a private arson investigator Lem or Bruce, who was gunned down in a shootout with the suspect last Friday. The memorial set for Thursday with a march starting at 10 A.m., followed by the service Lakewood Church, starting at 11. L. A
The Lummi Nation is withdrawing from a COVID-19 vaccine trial conducted by AstraZeneca
"This is national native news make an camera in for Antonio Gonzalez, a Montana County has agreed to open a satellite voting office on the black feet nation in settlement of a lawsuit by the tribe Mt. PR's Aaron Bolton reports Jacqueline de Leon is a staff attorney for the colorado-based native American Rights Fund, which helped the bike, the nation file, a case in federal court last week after the. Tribe requested that Array County. Opened a satellite voting office on the reservation. The tribe argued failure to do so would violate federal and State Law de Leone says the county has now read to open a satellite office in heartbeat on. October, nineteenth settling the case we were worried and have been worried that the move to vote by mail was going to disenfranchise native Americans because we know that. Vote by mail in Indian country. We know that lots of people don't get residential mail delivery under a county election officials declined to comment on the case. Di Leone says the native American. Rights Fund also helped the Fort Pack and Northern Cheyenne Tribes Negotiate with Roosevelt Big Horn, and Rosebud. Counties. She says that all three counties were offering in person voter services off reservation according to de. Leon all three counties have now agreed to open satellite offices on the reservations for national native news I'm Erin Bolton. A first nations leader in Atlantic Canada is calling on the prime minister to help settle a lobster dispute as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports confrontations in the Nova Scotia, lobster fishery have become increasingly more violent. Now, indigenous leaders are asking for more protection from police against targeted attacks by nonindigenous lobster fishers police say there were about two hundred people present during violent clashes near lobster pounds one van was set on fire. The dispute began after indigenous lobster fishers say they exercise their? Treaty rights to fish outside the federally regulated fishing season. The chief of this epoch attack first nation Mike sack says they have a right to fish for a moderate livelihood where and when they want and that's based on a Supreme Court ruling from twenty years ago sack says during the confrontation police were on site but did nothing to intervene I've also sent a letter off to a prime minister and hoping that him from they're not sure where to go with IT A. Number of community members throughout Nova Scotia Canada are willing to come in and protect our equal. Or we're not looking to add any fuel to the fire. So we're open the RCMP can just help come in. Charge what was wrong doing the chief says his council has also decided to take legal action against those who are interfering with his bands lobster fishery. In Ottawa Indigenous Services Minister Mark Miller called the violence unacceptable. He says, it's important to get both sides to the table to talk about exactly what is a moderate livelihood for the Magma for National Native News I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck. The LemMe Indian Business Council said this week that the LEMme nation is withdrawing from covid nineteen vaccine trial conducted by Astra Zeneca leader said, there were ongoing communication challenges with officials at the pharmaceutical company which had put its trial on hold following adverse reactions among some volunteers. The Lemme end the Navajo nation faced some backlash from tribal members participating in the trial according to Indian country today that's because of a fraud history of medical procedures and outside research conducted on Indigenous People Lemme nation medical director Dr Dakota Lane said Native Americans face greater risk from covid nineteen but are rarely included and testing vaccines and medications, which is a disadvantage to determining whether they're effective in native populations. LemMe Business Council. Chairman Lawrence Solomon said they would explore whether future trials are safe and appropriate for tribal members for national. Native, News. I'm Megan Camera.
Chicago Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop
"Platform early this morning. Police say two men were arguing at the sister. Oh, stop around one AM, when one of them pulled a knife and stabbed the the other other in in the the head. head. The The 62 62 year year old old victim victim fell fell backwards backwards onto onto the the platform platform and and landed landed on on the the tracks. tracks. Police Police say say he he was was seriously seriously hurt hurt and and is is now now in in the the hospital hospital and and are are searching searching for for the the man who stabbed him. 10 year old Lem IA
"lem" Discussed on Skullduggery
"You may be aware of that but I think the public you're aware Muslims aware of it. Why the end does this come as a bombshell Oh my God. What are we GONNA do we can't charge the? Guy The get go of course, but you're not really let me finish I because you're actually focusing. Not. On the right issue, one point was that the public it would have been useful to publish not dot could not happen from this. That's that's the only point about. The second is what are the ramifications of that? It is not the case just because you can't indict that you can't investigate our report I think correctly. And I have no issue whatsoever points out that of course, it's proper to investigate. In fact, also opinions that you just referenced say of course, you can investigate. So this issue of like, Oh, just because you can't indict, you shouldn't investigate towards. Could you gather the proof for whatever possibility? Down, the road whether that is an impeachment whether that is the next, the prosecutor who decides the issue of whether there should be a charge later, but the issue that remained open that was not a foregone conclusion is given the LLC opinions and the J. Policy does that mean that you then don't make a conclusion in your report that is something where you could imagine a different scenario, for instance, one of the things that I posit and the book is. The way the special counsel rules work we have the obligation as internal DOJ workers reporting to the acting attorney general. We have an obligation to write a report and then to give recommendation to the Acting Attorney General You could comply with LLC opinion which is you can't indict the president but we have given our recommendation to the attorney general and then the when bar replace sessions. With whittaker in between, we could have given our recommendation in other words. There's nothing about the LLC opinion it says by the way you cannot mother had a very noble position, which was that because it was eventually gonNA come out what a recommendation was. It would be unfair to say somebody did something wrong when he would not be able to be charged and have his day in court until he was out of office whenever that lies right I guess what what puzzles me here is you have the scene where driven Michael Driven was drafting that portion of the report. Shows you what he's written and it's kind of like a a Ha moment on my God. We're really taking this position that we can't reach a conclusion but what I don't get from the book is whether there was any discussion from the beginning about all this that this was you were going down this road you had real serious evidence of potential obstruction by the president. Obstruction is a federal crime that it does not appear that these issues were thrashed. Out early on about how you would handle what your final conclusions we're going to be about the president's conduct you're saying is when driven shows you what Muller has concluded towards the end yeah. It didn't to me. It did not come up earlier and I could easily see why wouldn't have come up at the outset of the investigation. As I sort of describe the timeline with respect to the obstruction investigation, you know there were three sort of main buckets. Team are Russia team Amana for. Obstruction was looking at a narrower important but narrower set of issues involving the Comey firing and and Flynn, and only as the investigation continued and did it sort of turn on itself in other words? One of the things that we were tasked with looking at is obstruction of the investigation itself and say I could see why it wouldn't come up. Early in the investigation once you had mcgann's testimony, which was you know in two, thousand, seventeen, you had a and he's clearly I giving evidence that good. The key I can restructuring referring to sort of in two, thousand, eighteen from mcgann. Didn't you get them in two thousand seventeen? He may have initially come in, but I think a material anyway. But in any event we're quibbling because it's still two thousand eighteen which is yet before two thousand and nineteen. Exactly. Right. You had plenty of time to thrash out and I just I guess. I'm still puzzled as to why there wasn't a fuller discussion of how you handle this. Throughout I can't speak to that. My you know I was trying to give a recounting of the challenge is for externally from either attorney general or from the deputy attorney general or from the White House. And the sort of unique powers they had with being able to fire pardon. And then be really candid about what I thought. How he met those challenges for good and bad. So people like you can. Assess that as well as the. Yeah. Well, let's let's get into the substance of. Your basic theme here is we could have done more right could have. pulled. Your punches. You didn't go as far as you should have. So I want to sort of go down the particular examples that you cite, and then also ask you something which I've heard from some of your former colleagues is how much did you speak up at the time about some of the matters that you're now criticized? Colleagues for so sort of going down the list and I sort of made a few let's start with the trump tower meeting and you know that was clearly a bombshell that in emails to Donald Trump Junior. Rob Goldstone. The publicist he's told that there are documents from inside Kremlin archives that. Could be useful to the campaign that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton and Donald. Trump. Junior rights if you if it's what you say, I love it. The meeting is held with the bunch of these Russian operatives you. It's clear. They don't have what goldstone was saying and Goldstone told you that you know he was just bullshitting. He was just trying to get a meeting. He really didn't have any information about stuff from Kremlin files and you interviewed almost everybody at the meeting and you know it was it was pretty clear that that which was advertised was never delivered that doesn't take away from the fact of. Donald. Trump junior jumped at the. Chance that he might be able to get something, but he didn't and your criticism is getting subpoena. Ivanka trump, you call this a clear investigative error. Yvonne trump wasn't at the meeting you had ordered that Hawk. Michael that W- that's I think you're lighting teeth things. ISSUE, bad not subpoenaing vonk trump was not solely or frankly even the impetus wasn't the trump tower meeting she.
"lem" Discussed on Skullduggery
"We now have with us. Andrew Weissmann former veteran DOJ prosecutor chief of the fraud section former general counsel of the FBI former top deputy, top deputy in Robert, Muller's investigation, and now the. Of where law ends inside the Molar Investigation Andrew Welcome to skulduggery. Thanks for having me. So a lot to talk about in your book a lot of controversy about your book as well. I just thought I'd start out with the title where law and I understand is from. Quote by John Locke famous English political philosopher, but it strikes me as. Something that has a lot of multiple meanings in this context tell me how you chose that title and what you were trying to convey. Well. It comes from a quote from John Locke which is actually wherever law ends tyranny begins but the shorter version aware law ends tyranny begins is actually inscribed on the limestone walls of the Department of Justice in Washington. DC. So the resonance with the Department and what's happened with the department certainly was one way that you can read this you know my book begins and ends with the attorney general bars letter for their so-called summary Letter, and so I thought that was one way of that being applicable. The other has to do with sort of general way in which in the last few years we've seen that a lot of what we took to be laws and guardrails are really no more than norms that we had a lot of faith in and I think there's also way could apply to. Our investigation. So I thought there are many ways people could read then title as being applicable to a host of things that we've experienced in last few. I it's the latter point that that struck me as interesting about this because. And this is sort of a theme of the Book and You were a prosecutor. Your job was to investigate federal crimes and bring charges if you found the evidence to do so but that there was the larger question of what was the truth about trump and his links to Russia, which were sort of beyond what what you could get out through the traditional law enforcement techniques that you were bound by. It seemed to me and this is a message of the book that. There was a larger truth here, but we couldn't get to it because it was beyond where the law ends. Do I. Have that right. I think that's I. think that's right. One example of that is something that none of us had confronted or which was that the it's extremely complicated the idea of the executive figuring out the proper mechanism to investigate executive branch wrongdoing but one of the challenges is that appeared in this case when the executive has the power to pardon or dangle pardons, one of the ways that the law is undermined. Is that counterweight? So a normal prosecutorial tool is you build a case you work your way up as explained in Enron organized crime cases but in this situation that basic tool was one that had a different gravitational Paul than in the normal case right. So look I start by saying as a reporter I'm glad you wrote this book I. We always want more information about major investigations like this and. Anything, we could get us you know adds to our body of knowledge on the other hand I do understand why your book has provoked pretty outraged reactions from a lot of or some of your former colleagues at the justice department not just the ones you take shots at in the book but I've DOJ veterans like Randall Eliason who wrote in The Washington Post on Sunday I have. No patience for Weisman's Monday morning quarterbacking or for his willingness to throw colleagues under bus for not agreeing with him we don't want prosecutors in pulp politically charged cases holding back during internal deliberations for fear of being criticized in a book or to feel as if they should always pursue the most aggressive option lest they risk being attacked. Do you understand why people like Eliason and and others? Who I've talked to have such strong reactions to you. Basically, you know firing shots left and right at the colleagues that you worked with on Muller's team. So I obviously not comprise but I disagree with that one I don't think it's money by morning quarterbacking there was my book points at lots of ways in which prosecutors, agents and analysts did a lot of great wonderful work there were. Debates, and discussions at the time about things that people would do differently and and I think people can disagree and have debate and discussion without thinking it's either controversial or disloyal and many those are things some some of those things are things that people were talking about anyway, which is the issue of soup eating the president or conducting financial investigation and I think that it is better to. Have that debate in a public and thoughtful way than to think that everybody should just it here to one. View especially since here if you think about it historically. Is it better to have just outsiders speculating about what happened or is it better to have an insider tell the story or as you well know. Being a reporter particularly in Washington and. One thing I did not do is you know the what I'll call the Washington time-honored tradition of people talking to reporters to get one version of events out. and. Here I was I did what what is required under pre publication review, which is I submitted everything to the Department of Justice they had to. You know that everything that I could or could not talk about and put my name on it as opposed to doing A. Way That, we've certainly seen in the past of course, one of those who has. Spoken up or release. The statement is is Robert Muller himself who you are fairly generous to. You you work directly for him at the FBI, but he says you were. He that where you tried to put blame on others he says, I made those decisions and you were acting out of..
2 Dallas-area firefighters injured while battling flames at vacant house
"Injured this morning while fighting a house fire in East Fort Worth The update from K R. Oldies out on sky. The fire started about 5 15 this morning on my LEM street, about a mile from East Loop 20 in Meadowbrook. The fire department's might drift all says one firefighter had burns to his legs. He went went to to the the hospital, hospital, but but with with stable stable and and should should be be okay. okay. Riddle Riddle says says crews crews put put the the fire fire out out and and then then went went in in looking looking for for hot hot spots. spots. That That is is when when we we had had a a partial partial roof roof collapse, collapse, and and we we had had a a fire fighter that was trapped by that route. That firefighter made a made a call, and it grew on standby rescued it when we come to work, we don't know what's gonna happen. That's why we train. That's why we do a lot of these scenarios. We want to make sure that we're ready to go when anything happens. Doll says that firefighter did not need to go to the hospital. He just had bumps and bruises. The house was vacant Investigators now looking for the cause of the fire.
Germany says Soviet-era nerve agent used on Russia's Navalny
"Tests carried out by the German government show that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned German Chancellor on the LEM Merkel says a military lab found proof without doubt in here her words that Nova Chuck was used in the same kind of Soviet era nerve agent that British authorities identified in an attack a couple years ago on a former Russian spy in England. I've only is one of Russian President Putin's fiercest critics. He fell into a coma on a flight back to Moscow from Siberia. The delivery method for the poison thought to be a cup of tea. Navalny is still in the hospital in Britain in Berlin, where his doctors say condition remains serious, but he's his symptoms are decreasing, they say.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020 video game)
"New flight simulator. From Microsoft I have played a decent amount of is currently in the back end currently in not no longer in my back ended but in a game. Gamespot CBS's back end processing. So that might go up soon. I, like it I think. It is make no mistake a flight simulator. Off The ticks the boxes of very nice interior cockpits rendered. Lovely lovingly. Obviously. Fours ask in its attention detail of cockpits. In on it also has. Moved my mouse for a second here just to make sure everything's Okay my screen. It's got. A store where you can buy planes because there are also three different versions of this game I should mention. Each version, there's a regular a premium premium, two locks, each version coming with a slightly more planes and also. Kind of bespoke hand touched airports. You'll get more of those not substantially more but I'd say I think it's like five or six or so more perversion you go up. And that's because most of the train here is rendered using. Satellite Imagery I assume some kind of bing maps or whatever baby. Bang. And it's I keep wanting to say Google maps which I don't think this is but it is using satellite imagery which then kind of. extruded up you know the houses, it makes everything three dimensional and a lot of as you get close to it you're like Yep. Okay. That looks like somebody stretched out of J. PEG and wrapped it around building. But that being said, it works for the most part while you're in a plane and then again, that's why you have some of these more touched. By artists and people at. WHO's a? So what's the developer? Studio studios like some a company that's listed on a too. So yeah. So, like one of them is SFO is one of the ones you get into premium deluxe version and that's a very good looking airport when you're in SF Oh, it looks very much like sf owed and it doesn't look doesn't look phone eater fake that also. You can see some of that in the quick look. So there's that part I have found the tutorials in them pretty good for getting you off the ground understanding a bit of jargon. and. Then getting you back onto the ground and kind of setting you up for the very basics of flying a plane. Hey, you're going to. You're going to tilt the stick tilt your controller this way, and this way to move you're gonNA WANNA. Use break. Sometimes you're GONNA WANNA use I. don't even know if they go into flaps actually. But it's Yeah, it's pretty basic in terms of what they want you to do. But. For to stick back and hope for the. Fundamentals like to land the plane. You'RE GONNA WANNA Kinda circle around until you get to an approach vector that's going to be important. Don't just trying come in and land sideways to. Runway. Length Hardaway. By played I know how to do I don't worry about approach vector come on. So so I think I think that stuff is pretty basic. I am there said, this isn't a quick GonNa repeat a lot here. But there is going absolutely cottage industry on Youtube and other channels four how to fly this particular plane because that's stuff does not exist in the game right now if you jump from your Cessna which is kind of the very basic plane they start with which. Is kind of a lawn with wings and move your way up to a seven forty seven. You're just jumping around and it's not like they're like, okay you're in a seven forty seven. Let's go over the basics. Just, kind of fly in it. It's a totally different kind of flying altogether. I should have recorded myself with like my first half hour of this game where I was just like. Watching the install progress for. That was the first fifteen hours but when I actually got the game to run I, it must have been amazing and I wish like there was a real pilot watching me to who is just like look at this idiot. I think there's something. So Amazingly hilarious that this game is exactly what it is. Right like I know I've played flight simulator for I. Know that's a big but. There's such a feeling of helplessness where I don't know I didn't really know what I was doing i. kind of just went to the medium mode and I just I tried to go newest. Propeller plane because I'm a fucking asshole and I. It was. It was great. Can I crashed right away? It's just so strange to be that. They're just like, no this is literally the cockpit of the plane you're in and you have to fly this. Now you idiot turns out. Turns. Out I don't know how to flood plain. Do you guys? Do you. I mean that helplessness is more or less what has determined that I am never actually going to buy play this game, but I am going to watch so many other people play this game. I am so excited to watch people who know what the hell they're doing play this game, and especially if he also some people who maybe don't know what they're doing any high high. Yeah so I think. I, it is a flight simulator. It is a game they are to simulate flying a plane you have. At least three levels of assists at the base level you have. Easy medium and true to life is what call it. And then it gets more granularity can go into any of those settings and set like okay I want true to life I wanNA turn collision offer I want to turn these other things off so you can go in there. I found it pretty approachable. Drew said he tried with the controller and was fine if Said said it felt okay with the controller and find to play. I was playing with my. My flight, stick the the hotel I have here the Sitek fifty two and that was, and this is important I think for people who are jumping here. That was immediately recognized by the game, not only as a controller with a picture of the thing in the game and all the buttons laid out but drew's flight stick, which is a C.. H. Product. Was Not which I thought was hilarious that they have this like a laser ship style hotels in there but not Druze actual flight yoke and and all that stuff in there I'm sure they will add action say sure I would I would place money down that. They will add this stuff over time and products in overtime if they have a lot to do to this game over them like I. have had I- i- uninstalled it. I've been having so much trouble. I. I've been unable to even get into a plane I launched it started downloading, and then I had to close it because I had to do other things with this computer and could not let that music just play for hours at needed to download. Like additional 'cause like the initial download is like nine gigs or something. and. Then you launch that and it's like, all right. Let's download two, hundred, three, hundred gigs of stuff where you want to put it like. Which which using the Microsoft store one defaults we'll just put this on your c drive. You're cool with s just right in your documents folder, right? Yeah. Hundred does that Yeah so Side to close it, reopened it and it seemed to resume. I. Guess and it eventually just kind of brought me to the menu I don't know. If it finished the installer what did eventually bring me to the real menu and then I was able to get in there and. Turn all the assists and it gets you to this menu where you pick like Oh what airports do you want to play? Do you WanNa fly now Gimme a jet with all these salon and Lemme and let me go from I'm I'm GonNa tell you. That I'm going from SF OTAS, SEATTLE. But who knows, let's see what happens and then there's a button marked fly and click the button marked fly. And nothing happened. That's a bummer.
"lem" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In my living room. A llama am 11 rooms held this she finds somewhere. Let it drop now Living there. Go. Is a therapy Lama, and he brought calm to Portland protests. No car as his owner describes him. LEM Lem activist Look, there's adorable, hears. This is instagram here so everybody can see me. See if I could get a good shot of this. Lama is a retired six year old Argentine grand champion show Lama that now works as a therapy Lama and LEM activists cooler look, one of his best talent is offering emotional support hugs. People line up to give him at protests. In other places where he shows up five foot 8 £350 Caesar could appear intimidating. But Caesar doesn't turn from affection or back away from chaos, and there are pictures of him. In the Portland protests and his owner who is also one of the owners of an incredible name, Larry Mc. Cool. Oh, that's a good one. He lives in Jefferson, Oregon. He said that he has been bringing Caesar around and there will be someone and like full riot gear, screaming, yelling, dodging tear gas, and everyone kind of just stops. Surrounds the lama and gets no one to help him. I have to tell you I'm not one to say this, but that's a sexy effin Lama that I'm looking at right there. Hey, is there for hugs? Not for banging that llama is a great looking llama. I mean that, as a Zafar is, llamas goes the 10. His story is really great. Washington Post's put together a little piece on him saying, Of course, McCool says he's never felt in danger during the protest, but anything that pops off Hill Take him away. But really, he has seen a lot of people, including the police there that have gathered around and had a moment of peace. Thanks to the no drama llama. Check him out when you get a chance. That's it. Caesar! The no drama llama on Instagram. It's pretty great. Now. Lama full of drama might be this fellow right here. West.
Tesla to build its largest auto assembly plant in Texas
"Maker Tesla has chosen Austin, Texas is home to its newest assembly plant. The factory will build Tesla's model Y car cover. Greg Abbott says the new factory really Great. At least 5000 new jobs generate over a $1,000,000,000 in capital investment, Travis County where awesome is located. The local school district are giving property tax breaks of the car maker to help make the deal work. Tess Lem have been considering either Austin or Tulsa. Ford's next factory. ABC is Dennis Foley.
Georgetown's Prof JoAnn Volk Discusses Health Care Sharing Ministries
"Joanne Lemme, ask to begin. What's generally the history? or how did these healthcare sharing ministries come about? Well, they've been around for decades, and they're generally for religious communities that opt not to have insurance instead to agree to share. One another's medical expenses think of like the Amish community, rallying around to rebuild a a barn after the. Fire similarly you know folks look to their community to to offset their healthcare costs rather than enroll in insurance in the ACA when they were crafting the individual mandate that said that everyone has insurance, unless you can show a good reason not to say about affordable or some other reasons, there was an exemption created for people who are in healthcare. Sharing mysteries so long as they were enrolled in one that made us specific definition that was in. DEPORTABLE CHARACTE! Okay thank you so these. Go back quite a long while they originally a religious affiliated. My understanding is less so today, and they really became more popular over the last few decades. In fact I'll just note here in my research. It's uncertain, but it appears that as many as a million Americans now hold. one of these plans. Let's go to specifics. Relative to what you're getting or how these health care sharing ministries work, so can you generally describe? These are how they work. Well so at their core. They are not insurance, so there is no guarantee that you will get payment for any of your health care costs if he were a member, but the way they are structured, members pay monthly. Share, it's called a share monthly fee to the healthcare sharing master to be a member and then you can submit as a member. He can submit your health care bills, and so long as they meet the requirements of healthcare sharing ministry, they may be shared with other members who will either directly send a check to you or send the check to the healthcare sharing ministry to redistribute to the members who need help offsetting healthcare costs. But the trick is that It. The though it's not insurance there a lot of features that look a lot like insurance to consumers that are shopping for coverage and frankly act a lot like insurance so. Where there's a deductible in your assurance plan. They call it unshareable amount where you have to pay out of pocket. You know two thousand dollars per medical event before you can submit something for sharing the monthly contribution is to find typically by age number of people in the household and enrolled in some cases. can be adjusted based on whether or not. You have a healthy lifestyle. Were had risk factors unhealthy lifestyle There's a very specific definition of what services can be covered. You know type Beatty's, but not type one prescription drugs only up to six months no pre existing conditions will be covered without a weight dollar limits on the benefits that. That can be covered, so there are a lot of aunts and many even refer to provider network, and with ramifications for going out of network. You have to get prior authorization. You'll pay more if you go out of network so there are a lot of features that look and act an awful lot like an insurance particularly for consumers when they're looking at these documents but importantly, and I would argue it's actually not so close to short-term plans, because at least they're in their many tricks do not pay, but there is some contract between the insurer and the enrolled that there's supposed to be payment for covered services. There is never a promise to pay healthcare sharing ministry. Even if your doctor says it's medically necessary, and what you've gotten for, care is within the definition of what should be covered. Okay, so they're? They're not insurance, and they don't guarantee payment yet. You pay various fees, something that resembles a premium deductibles, etc.. So, what's the attraction why? WHY WOULD PEOPLE! participate in one of these. Well this work. It's a bit murky and I think even more so with the repeal of the individual mandate penalty I think originally there were people and there still are people who sign up for these because they don't believe in insurance, they would rather not pay their money to an insurance company, or would rather not part of a plan that covers certain things that they find morally objectionable, so I should point out that they typically exclude coverage for mental health and substance use disorder. As I said pre existing conditions, prescription drugs for more than six months so not. It's not useful to people with chronic conditions But They, so they will not cover those conditions but for consumer it looks a lot like insurance, and so there's some will by the policy. Because they don't believe it should be covering. Maternity out of me outside of marriage or something that might consider the result of unhealthy living like excessive drinking or drug use but others I think now or buying it because they see it as a more affordable alternative to aca plan, and in some cases, there are brokers in websites that are presenting them as or affordable alternative to ACA. Plan so there. They think they're getting something akin to insurance, but for a whole lot less money.
Heavy Metal? Not Us.
"All right. I had to actually check that I hadn't done an episode on this before. Because it's a perfect episode, the kind of thing that I thought I would have done early on So this is episode four. We're going to call this heavy metal, not us. Okay, so the idea here is. We're going to be talking about the concept of bans that aren't particularly heavy metal bands that, for some reason, end up making amazing, amazing heavy metal when they get to it and possibly why that might happen you know the idea to do this I've always thought this concept and debated it with a lot of people, but I was actually on earlier today on Pete Pardo's sea of tranquility, and we were doing a deep cut dive on bluest her cult, and it kind of rambled around to this this topic. And he said this was a great example of that and I was thinking, is it a great example of that is definitely an example of that. But I, but I kind of got to thinking that bluish are cult complicated case, but there are other bands that are even better examples of this so I thought. That will be my next episode. So this is how this came about now I, want to give you a little history on this idea, so you know essentially we're not. We're not here to to debate bands like For example there are bands throughout heavy metal, history, or whatever rock history that don't consider themselves. Heavy metal bands that do a lot of heavy metal. Classic example is when Lemme gets up there alive and says we're motorhead. We play rock and roll right. Little More Lemme later maybe but also black Sabbath talk. We're blues, Band and deep purple you know, says various things you know where we're at Jan, were progressive, rock band. We're jazz, rock band, red jazz band whatever whatever sort of floats their boat, but they usually don't say we're a heavy metal band. Now more in of these examples later on, but to go right back to the beginning. You know it's interesting that this concept you know. Mike, my good friend, Ralph Chapman. We always have these debates over Banger, or we did when we were there in these meetings to put together these shows and stuff where where it's always like the Beatles did everything I well so. Here's an example of this happening so in a way. Helter skelter is an example of kind of doing this I and I interviewed Paul McCartney back for my Queen Book Awhile Ago. And after we were done talking about queen you know I. I asked him a few other things and We were talking about helter skelter, and this is what he told me. I think that heavy metal came out of a desire to rock into rock, big and dirty and loud, and for that you don't have to have rules you talk about what made us do. Helter skelter desire to rock, dirty and loud, and when I listened to it now I think Oh. Gosh I thought it was louder dirtier than that? Because Times have changed, but I think it's just that if you're in a rock and roll band, and your soul is anchored in the Sea of rock and roll and you want to do it, you WanNa participate to your fullest. Fullest and sometimes that means being dirty. Being loud guitar are famous for turning up to eleven, and that's very understandable. Desire I. Mean I still now when I get with my band. We're at a soundcheck just strapping on my electric guitar, kicking it a pedal tearing it up. That's the spirit that kind of goes through rock and roll. You know it's a thrill anyone who has ever owned an electric guitar and put it through. An amp knows that thrill so I think that's where it all came from the desire to just thrash out. That's why we did helter skelter. Now. This doesn't include kind of the back story about Pete Townsend, saying you know where the loudest heaviest band in the world and Paul McCartney's natural. You know competitive nature to to compete with with the WHO and a and this is kind of this narrative. That they were trying to out heavy. The WHO so here's a band who's not a heavy metal band by any stretch of imagination. Just saying right, you want heavy metal. Let's let's give you some heavy metal I seem to recall I might have talked about this in another episode, but but excuse me in that pursuit, because some of these bands that we're gonNA. Talk about here. I have talked about another APSOS, but I'm going to be talking about specific specific to this concept. So, hopefully we'll be a You know a different dynamic when we're talking about these bands now. One other quote before we get to our first one, this one even more infocus a puts together this concept, so this is from Scott. Gorham from thin. Lizzy and I've always loved this quote. and we're GONNA include thin. Lizzy later on, but we'RE NOT GONNA. Do this song in honor of. Basically Scott Gorman thin, lizzy. We're going to include thin lizzy, but they fit perfectly anyway so. We were talking about Angel of death, which is which is a a very heavy metal song on the renegade album from nineteen eighty-one. He says yeah, absolutely bub-bubba calling weather sucks. We never We never ever put ourselves in the medal stakes. We always consider ourselves hard rock band, which to me just entails a little bit more in the songwriting side, rather than just heavy metal guitar riffs going constantly through all the songs, but yeah, we did not want to go down the metal road to us. The metal thing and I don't mean this any. Any disrespect to any of the guys, but it seemed a little corny to us, so we tried to avoid that side of it, and plus we knew that there were a lot of guys out there. That did that kind of John, well, but it was just one of those tracks where we recorded it. Listen back to it and for a time there. It wasn't one of our favorites. But yeah if anybody actually called. US, heavy metal, we would actually jump all over them, and the correction would start there, you know. We considered ourselves in absolute hard rock band, but definitely not a metal band the difference between the two genres. Band, it all depends on the riff drum groove in the guitar riff, whereas with hard rock, it's all about the groove and the lyrics and the melody the song and that's why we went out of her way to explain that we are a heavy metal or are. We are a rock band. And then fill linnet, said That's one of the facets of You know what I was just told Interesting side note by one of the listeners I always said Phil Line it for years and years and years, and then I was corrected, and said Phil Lynnette for years and years and years, and now I've been corrected again with a little bit of proof that it is in fact, fill line at Because he says that Phil used to say when he was correcting people, he would say line it. Why not? So there you
How to produce your own webinar with Glen Aspeslagh
"My guess is a CO founder of the popular all in one lie shooting production platform e Cam live. Please welcome Glen Asper slay. Hello Glen Haven Alley. How's it going? Oh super good now. Here's what's kind of funny is thank you so much for appearing on the show in such short notice I was actually working with the CAM. Live and I making do things that I'm sure you really didn't think of it to be designed for now going from a Mac to a PC I just I literally just push. This thing passed its limit. The maximum is not as powerful. Your tech support is absolutely phenomenal. I shot I shot them a message on a chat and within like ten minutes later they said. Just tell me what you want to accomplish. I wrote down. Here's the answer and within I'd probably say thirty minutes I had a perfect answer and a solution and I called my producer to tell them how exciting that was that often that we have down so anyways I very very excited and for those of you. That are listening. I'm sure a lot of you've watched our webinars on focus and even on Sky Lem and were using e Cam live and a lot of listeners. Been asking us. You know what platform using so who better to answer all of our questions that the CO founder Glen. You actually program too. Don't you Y- Is a small operation. Really my brother and I founded it My brother Ken and I are just Mack guys since birth and Matt Programmers. Ever since we were you know I guess ten years old. Wow so it it. It's like It's just our thing we've always done. We've always done software and we've been doing MAC software fulltime for. I guess ten years now. I loved your interaction with each other when you did the when. He launched the new versions. And you had a you guys got together you did. You did a little interaction I can tell you two brothers nothing I mean we we we love. We love doing that because we used to do. We do live on a cable. Show back when you know. Towns have public access cable studios so wondering when we were in high school we would do a show so you know twenty five years later when our marketing team wanted us to go actually go on camera we were like? Hey you know this is like old times. So so. Who's the older brother? Who's the older? You were a key candidates five minutes older. Oser your wanted twins but he always he always will deadpan. You Know No. We're the same age. That's what twins me someone asks. Well well I'm the youngest of six children in a in a very strong Italian Catholic family. So you can guess all the pranks and stuff were were taken out on. Me's the youngest child of that's awesome. We we love being on camera together when we love. We love this Having all these these numbers in and having a product that is just sorta center centered around. Social media is is just so much fun. Because it's it. It's not just the software in the coding and the technical things We just having a lot of fun. You know building a community and in doing videos and and making content. There's this the whole hoping of suspense such a blast. Great let's get to our topics and Topic is how to produce your own Webinar or stream live to facebook and to youtube and different platforms So what what was the purpose of designing e Cam live pretty excited about live streaming. When it first started to when facebook spurs started to promote their facebook product. We saw this as an opportunity to make a really user friendly Mac out to do live streaming and remember. I said Mac out because we don't do windows APPS We'RE NOT DOING. Iphone is tied right now. This is only on the map and we thought we had this background in audio and visual software. We can make this really slick easy to use APP. That just works really well and does one thing and does it well and that was what we wanted to tackle was this idea of of of live streaming really now a lot about live streaming gumming in like a really really cool thing to do. Well you guys definitely nailed it not ballpark So what are we talked about? Some of the features of Kim live now from my perspective. I can see from a designing phase. It's really simple to use. How did you guys come up with that? We wanted to do this. Sort of what you see is what you get interface. You know what I mean like when you go into can live you see. The main window is just an image of you of you. You know you whatever you see on that man windows exactly what your audience is. GonNa see so. That was the first thing we wanted to approach. We also wanted to have it really tightly integrated with facebook and in and then afterwards we added Youtube. It was originally thought of as a facebook product where with live streaming. I'm sure you're familiar with the concept. The best stream key and what a bit rate is and what you know. Resolutions and stuff. We wanted to sort of abstract that really sort of apple style. You know what I mean and say like we don't want people that need to notice Jim he is or what their bit rate is. We want to ask them questions like like that. We just want us to have a big blue button after you log in the facebook and you can go live on. You definitely definitely accomplished. I came from. I'm trying to think of the the platform now. It's a free software. I had a tip of my tongue. I lost it but so for three. One opiates Oh bs thank you. Yes yes yes. It's yes it's great but again like you just said you have to know your stream key. You have to know a lot of the stuff behind the scenes and that's just a little complicated and once you get the hang of it. It was fine but it looked to me like you took no. Bs Concept and just laid beautiful interface on top of it and said you don't need to know any of this other stuff. Click here if you WANNA go live. Click here if you want to just practice and publish it to yourself. So you know there was a lot of neat things. I've noticed for ease of use the way it was designed that that was a that was a big focus and then but then. I you know it started out really simple. The core feature is going live to facebook. Rolling prerecorded videos adding overlays and And screen sharing so those were the core features and then. Ironically you know when we started you know building a user base week people were were asking for features like crazy and we decided you know. Let's have some fun start having let's try and keep it really simple. You know not not make it into this big overwhelming. Why are cast or obese or something like that keep the interface really simple and yet still make it more and more powerful so now three years later it is has grown into this sort of full featured live streaming studio in. Our hope is that it's still. It's still easy to use and we didn't intimidate anyone no but multiple cameras which I thought was fascinating. I like the idea. You've ever boat gas via skype. So and I know we're using the software where we're using it more like a Webinar base. Where I'm teaching and I know you said in the beginning you ought to use it. So people can show demos and show to Tourelles I'm finding able to use it as a production to where I can't have. A couple of guests would be live from all over the country and they could share their demos so I switched to somebody like Abbas Shapiro. And so you know it's your turn. Show us what you would do with this image and Aiba takes over the screen and now all of us are watching his demo and then control come back to me and that I could switch it off to another person now. Was that stuff that you thought about the beginning or it just evolved into it. That kind of Kennedy came along a just kind of a bald The integration with SKYPE IS NEAT. Because it's it's it's not really it's not a hack at all skype. Has this concept of sending out the video sources of over the over an MD. I connection so we can tie that. They're Li seamlessly and like you said if if someone else's remote and they wanNA share their screen over skype that comes into ECON lab just like a camera. So you know you you plug a camera in Birmingham live at shows. Up this medically the same thing happens for a skype guest orest Guest sharing their screen so while there are kind of moving parts to the setup of doing Escape production once you have it all set at. Its It's pretty seamless and easy to switch around and punt and split screens and determine what we've what you want to be on the screen at any given time
Is Change Possible for Us?
"The question that I received which there was more to it than this but was what is changeable able for people like us so. This is a different question K.. Ivan talking about how. My House has changed. My House has changed significantly gently. Are People like us though able to change. Yes but Lemme just clarify what I believe how I believe were able to change. Okay now I have talked about this in different ways on lots of different podcasts. So as something in this one makes you go. I can't believe she's colossus into some of the other ones we're talking about brains and our personalities and working with how you are and accepting how you learn and Blah Blah Blah. Go listen to some of those and you know realize if I offended you. Who knows what I'm going to say to the Emerald tired remember? Okay so are we changeable yes. So here's some things that have changed about me. My understanding of my home it's realities how things actually work the fact to that. There's dishes math K.. That one day's worth of dishes takes fifteen minutes and is worth my time to spend those fifteen minutes because two days worth of dishes takes takes an hour that understanding has changed. I have gained understanding my level of understanding of the realities of what is required to keep my home under control and not perfect but keep it from being a disaster. I finally get it like I'd sub earlier in the podcast. I used to get my house ready for a party party or for Thanksgiving. It looked great except for the master bedroom. That door was locked but everything looked great or the garage or the trunk of the car and I would look at my house and go. This is what I want my house to look on And then three days later it was back to being worse than it ever was before and I. I didn't know what was happening. I know now said that has changed all right. My experience has changed. I have experienced the fat fat that one day's worth of dishes isn't overwhelming and so it's worth my time. I have experienced that. There's a huge difference in how overwhelmed I feel by one days worth of dishes versus two days worth of dishes versus three days worth of dishes. Okay I have experienced that laundry. Three days is a thing so we don't ever get crazy behind on laundry so that a week where nobody's wearing their normal clothes because they're not going going to school. They're not wearing uniforms people. You know we can kind of go. An extra week wasn't great and did I have a lot of laundry this week. I did but I got right back to it because I had that experience of knowing I can do laundry day. I have the experience of knowing that if I do a laundry day my house stays under control. All of the that is experience and that has changed. Okay my knowledge has changed for you guys. Your knowledge has changed. Because you found this podcast you found out out. I'm not the only one this works better for me than other methods might work for me or other methods that have failed in the past. Here's why I now know why that has changed my amount of stuff to deal with. That's probably been the biggest change. I simply don't have the stuff in my house that I used to have that used to be so overwhelming that has changed. I mean I would say I just have to make math. I was GONNA say I probably have a tenth of what I used to have. But let's say a fifth even I have so much it's less stuff in my home. Which means even when it goes back to being a disaster because I'm completely caught up in some project that I'm working on? Its It's a tenth of the disaster that it used to be a fifth of the disaster. Whatever okay Our routines have changed. We have routines we have actual routines that really do work when we are keeping up with them okay so that those things have changed okay. Has My brain changed. I don't know I think we need a professional to say that I know I don't think so. I think it's much more me understanding sending my brain and what I have to do to keep things under control. It's my decluttering strategy of taking things where they go the minute that I know oh where they go and take it there right now instead of making a box full of things that are gonna go to the garage eventually or to the master bathroom or things that I'm just GonNa generally and really put away like a general keep box. I can't do that. I'm not saying it can't be done. I'm saying I can't do that because my brain wants us in that Box even though I had great intentions of finishing and putting it away and Blah Blah Blah. It's never gonNA happen because once is in that box my brain forgets. It's all about it okay. So you know do our brains change. I'm sure that there's some sort of neurological blabbing. Uh whatever I have no idea on that but I'm telling you I have found it so much more effective to embrace strategies strategies that actually work for how my brain works instead of trying again and again and again with strategies is that people who have naturally organized homes naturally organized ways of thinking brains instead of trying to use those those ways failing again and again and again and thinking. I can't do this when I accept how my brain works and the strategies that work with how how my brain works then I make actual progress.
News in Brief 19 December 2018
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, although food assistance in Palestine is needed more than ever funding cuts are forcing the World Food Program or WFP to limit the amount of aid it provides too vulnerable people. The WFP is warning that the cuts will have a devastating effect on the food security livelihoods and welfare of the people. It serves in Palestine the worst affected area is Gaza. When ille- seventy percent of the population is food insecure in an exclusive interview recorded injuries lem with remote buzzer from you a news Stephan county, WFP Representative and country director in Palestine explained what the funding shortfall will mean. For palestinians. Next year. Women's twenty thirty some million shots. It means a hundred and fifty thousand people don't get in guns. The westbound food and security is not because food writing curse the having the money to buy access. Other criteria is set on deep of deal. And we'll buy the depot level in this country at three dollars seventy the majority of our beneficiaries of well-known, if they're looking to find a job, the maybe ending a bout a dollar a day tunnels from Lebanon to Israel constitute violations of Security Council resolution seventeen one which calls for the so called blue line border between Lebanon and Israel to be fully respected. A senior UN official told the Security Council on Wednesday Johm Kayla. The UN undersecretary-general for peacekeeping operations said that officials from the UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon or UNIFIL have conducted a series of technical visits to locations where suspected tunnels going from Lebanon into Israel with found by the IDF Israeli defense forces near the blue line. Mr. Lacoste said that UNIFIL is working with both parties to ensure that any tunnels in violation. Resolution seventeen I one on disabled decisively and safely and welcoming the adoption by the general assembly of the global compact for migration U N chief Antonio Gutierrez said in a statement released on Wednesday that leadership will be crucial in bringing the agreement to life. The comebacks is a platform for international cooperation mister Gutierrez explained which Kohl's for greatest solidarity with migrants in situations of polling vulnerability and abuse. It also highlights the importance of finding more legal pathways to migration which would help to crack down on trafficking and exploitation. The secretary general said that it was essential to avoid the myths and disparaging discourse that have become all too frequent and that a newly established United Nations migration network stands ready to support Member States and all other partners to make migration work for all. Conan UN news.
"lem" Discussed on How I Built It
"Over there. Hey, everybody. Welcome to episode one. Oh, one of how I built it today. I'm talking to my good friend and second repeat guest. Chris lem Chris gonna tell us all about how he and his team at lift web built the managed wound commerce platform over there and their goal was to make glue commerce and e commerce in general more accessible to people. So he's going to talk through his whole process as well. As some important information, you need to keep in mind. If your building a e commerce website with commerce or any other form, but we're really going to focus on blue commerce today. So that is the episode that we're gonna talk about today before we get started. I do want to tell you about our sponsors pantheon boot, you'll hear about a little bit later on in the show and. Ainu one lakh see so today is brought to you by a z from the team behind the events calendar. The most popular events plug in on WordPress. Luxy is the online events calendar that makes it easy to display and publisher events on any website. It was built with design in mind too, easily fit your website, no matter where it's built squarespace shop affi- and beyond..
President Trump, President Putin and AP discussed on AP Radio News
"The. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, President Trump and Putin ended their highly anticipated summit with both denying. They worked together to win the White House. Here's the AP saga megani after several hours of meeting in Helsinki Putin said through an interpreter, he did want Trump to win in two thousand sixteen yes, I do because he talked about bringing the US relationship back to normal. But once again denied doing anything to make it happen like colluding with the Trump campaign is out of nonsense Trump agreed saying, he's the reason he won. We ran a brilliant campaign and that's why I'm president. He notes US intelligence agencies have told him Russia did interfere in the race. And while he has faith in them, President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today Trump again blasted the special counsel's probe of Russian interference as a disaster for America saga megani wash and the Jonathan lem. MIR asked President Trump in Helsinki who he believes US intelligence or Russia stand next to her. And most Americans view is adversary and Trump does not use that word to describe them because editor to have him not commit to believing findings of US intelligence agents and instead seemingly giving Putin the benefit out that shock reaction from members of congress in both parties, they describe President Trump's performance in Helsinki as bizarre, shameful, and a missed opportunity to stand up to Russia, a federal judge in San Diego ordered a temporary halt to any deportations of reunited families who were separated by the Trump administration after crossing the border. The American Civil Liberties union said in a court filing its request and a response to persistent and increasing rumors that mass deportations may be carried out immediately and imminently upon reunification. This is AP radio news. There is a prediction of more hiring end higher pay for those of you who are employed. The word is the pay will increase for those of you who aren't hiring is expected to increase to. These are the expectations of business economists surveyed by the national association for business economics. Most of the economists say pay has been rising at their companies and they expected to keep rising over the next three months. Forty one percent of the economists say their companies expect a higher within the next three months. The NABC says a shortage of labor, especially skilled labor is driving firms to raise pay increased training and consider more automation. I'm Rita Foley Saudi Arabia is banning a long list of popular video games. There are allegations, two children died after being encouraged to kill themselves in an online game. The game's being banned include grand theft, auto, five and assassin's creed. The girl and the boy who died were playing blue, whale game Ed Donahue, AP radio news. News.
"lem" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I don't know i'm not happy with what i'm doing i don't i really unsure about this and i just and he wouldn't even talk to me he said you're doing fine kid he's walked away he wouldn't entertain the conversation the genius was that what i came to realize later was he knew exactly what i was experiencing he knew the problem i was having with playing that guy 'cause i didn't like him at in like having to be that guy thought i don't want people to think this is who i am so i was just immature enough still at that point to not be able to separate myself from what i thought was negative about the guy so i just didn't like him well genius bob was he knew that and he let it be and what you see in the movie is you don't see an actor who doesn't like the guy that he's playing you see a guy who doesn't like himself that's true yeah and it's brilliant and i wish i could take credit for it but no man i was just a pawn in his game as it was supposed to be gary busey and then he originally aired uc was cast in that role in gary dropped out to go to a pilot with it was called the texas wheelers texas wheelers with jackie lem jackie lem and so when vary a win gary dropped out they moved me into that role which in oh i mean it you see gary plan that role in it's kind of a slam dunk you go of course you don't see a nice guy actor necessarily playing that part but that's what that's what gives it to mention i think exactly and bob you know and he was kind of magginis man he knew exactly what he was doing so smart i just want to quickly ask you about some of the rudolf pictures to and talk about talk about playing weirdos and people on the fringes mickey choose me.
"lem" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Now you mentioned that were number of other embassies at one point injures lem and my recollection is that in nineteen eighty after these really parliament passed basic law basically asserting broader sovereignty of the city of jerusalem that there is a unity council resolution four seven eight which encouraged number of countries to relocate their embassies out of the city in part as a protest move to this move on the part of these rallies as an effort to sustain the sort of neutrality policy who would we be seeing this united states moved back as a rollback of that effort of that kind of still standing you and policy at least in regards to security council resolution oil not sure that provision considered legally binding necessarily you know or are other countries following the lead of the united states is is this breaking down that norm or is it simply an exception to norm it's otherwise remaining more or less place it's hard to said the moment it seems mostly like an exception to the norm and if if you look at the opean stands for example in many others it's been very contra to the american won the the ones that followed the american lead really been guatemala possible you know other latin american countries but none of the major powers under the p five and or the opean countries has been hints here and there that on your country might do it but there's been disagreement within those countries so certain degree this is a dramatic exception to the rule and it's very trumpian in that sense so this bold i will do whatever i want no matter what the norm is the power of it sometimes i think it's june domestic politics shoot to is that was sort of with this bold move he can sometimes expose what was in fact in apocrypha i think that gives it some kind of credence at least in this context but of course allied one more thing which is part of the reason so so many respond to this so so unfavorably including an israel why so many were not necessarily pushing this on though they support in retrospect is that.
"lem" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"I don't know i mean he was the tenth bake you talked about is like so being such a huge part of their future a tough to say there but maybe the three pointer continues to come around for him i mean that's that's the number one path of if he can become a solid illeg average volume slash percentage three point shooter which he's not there yet i know he's shooting forty percent but he's not close to there in terms of the amount of respect that he gets the ability in aggressiveness to get a shot off but it only twenty one if he gets there and with his defense which is already pretty good his strengths which ability then you really you got a player you've got to start you know i think he he at least has a path to becoming a starter it's just with his very limited shooting resume to date you know what are his chances of realizing that it's tough to say at this point i'll sit until they're minor guys cert with you donnas has lem age thirty nine art hasn't really played much syrup but i think i think he could really contribute next year rodney mcgruder cava lost year for him a with that foot injury but someone who the heat are very high but he is h twenty six worth noting very quickly you know he's another one of these guys a little undersize the play the three not as strong as someone like winslow not as explosive and harassing someone like richardson but still a solid defensive player plays hard i think he's been more aggressive with the three pointer this year but overall only twenty five attempts in between three minutes but he has made forty percent of those under contract for one more year at the minimum and then we'll be a restricted free agent after that so certainly a guy where at least another player that you think gives them some depth where maybe they could trade one of these other guys on field there's not gonna be that big of a drop off i don't know if he's starting level of player in the future especially given his aid although it has started i know for them but not not the guy who like oh man.
Juelz Santana: Airport police search for rapper after finding gun in carry-on bag
"The long run let's reverend jewels santana hasn't really very crop lem put authority police wanna find in it seems that a gun was found in a carryon bag that had his name on it this was at newark airport friday santana is from harlem though currently living in new jersey now authorities say that gun was loaded 38 caliber handgun spokeswoman for the tsa is when the agents spotted the firearm as the bag pass through the xray machine santana just started running and you might want to go to bed.
"lem" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Yeah the the law rhode can we got the not as long ago big show again bob then ma found damon at may pull away again man huang we shall we may in the big show warm the six five five minutes after six am show member aide denied bin now i i'm scott patti sue thanks producer lowly lowering dragging this lem under the weather yeah he's in here fighting valiantly anna cars permit the wonderful buyers side liberte later on in the broadcasting world renowned travelling reporter brad light slowing can't wait for that and the cbs fm broadcasts from john elliott is on vacation partly sunny today high forty four tomorrow partly sunny forty three on wednesday we could get involved visit from another nor'easter snow and more rain however it won't be as windy as what we experienced on friday couldn't be any windier that's for sure that us off the map right now the weather tower guide 33 headed up the forty four in midtown manhattan hit a bad still tens of thousands without power in our area including one scott shannon a million up and down the east coast after friday's wild nor'easter another storm is scott just told you a all right amar night into wednesday the shape of water took best picture at the oscars the films creator guillermo del toro took best director gary oldman best actor for darkest hour in frances mcdormand best.
"lem" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Grown can maybe one will be james debbah lem aired shots joining us michel pennzoil performance line we'll continue to talk with him a little bit later about the match up on the other side of conference championship weekend and the nfc between the philadelphia eagles and the minnesota vikings but that was most interesting to me i i think just the idea of how you used big people because again going back to last year's elena falcons team when you watched what made that team special it was the way they used tight ends in fullbacks in the midst of an offense that certainly had a ton of firepower at the normal still possess asians it's high you can manipulate may world that is so matchup intensive in the middle of the field and when you've got a guy like rob drunk caskey that is basically uncover rable regardless of who you put on him but have a team were we've talked about that match up you'll is going to be jaylen ramsey who are they going to try and stick on grog for the majority of the day for a team like jacksonville that is not going to try to a ton of coverage is outta you for the patriots to figure out a way to exploit the middle of the field there and get drunk in situations where he can thrive and have the most effectiveness where that defense is the weakest is the always interesting part of the chess match that new england tends to thrive and that tends to give you an advantage vetting hidden yards is sort of a bootleg term for special teams and penalty yardage but for coaches a lot of times that's where we fill in the gap in places that we can't see were team otherwise may be shouldn't have is bigger advantages of does hit the feeling of.
"lem" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.
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"The tutsi paula lem with fingerprints on the consent form the evidence was admitted after defense objection but the jury was directed that this was any relevant koren mitchell's credibility the jury was informed luke mitchell cut in interest in knives john ferriss jodie's cousin confirming the often solely carrying a blight witness matthey maresca who had been the detachment commander of an army cadet force platoon in bonney rick wollek liquids in attendance had also seen him with a lock knife the north was confiscated and returned to luke off the training it finished knives had been confiscated and destroyed in the past however the army cadet force had been informed by police officer said that this amounted to theft to the had to be returned to their ryan is off the training during december two thousand three luke's mother purchased mnlf along with a pouch and the following i pulled during a search of the mitchell high the pouch was discovered the knife was missing the outside of the pound crews engraved with jiang jiang 1919 nine to two thousand and three which correlated to the years of judges birth and death along with the words the finest died the thai of a had was when tomorrow never came etched on the inside the first part of the engraving was a reference to the navonna sown on applying liu could also written the same words on a card he had left for charity the scene of a murder the prosecution put forward more evidence the luke exhibited of ruttig behavior and enjoyed watching horror films in porno griffey part of that case against his character evidence was submitted which proved that liu could purchase the seedy copy of marilyn manson's the golden age of craig task two days off the judges life had been taken the album contained dvd which included assured surrealist film co dope words in which two females of bound together in a leather garment and white hoods of placed over there.
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"That here in the building but at the same time obviously when you lose like we have you know that's not good either so like i said as we move forward i just want whoever that person is to be it'd be somebody that understands division exactly what we're trying to accomplish and what we want accomplish here but what does it you're trying to accomplish what is what is the what is the vision they know all the time what are you gene stockpiling snap it if you want to put sort of a pecking order of who deserves the most blame i would put sashi brown at three i would put you jackson it too you know what i would put it number one goal jimmy has lem he's the owner he's the rounds owner box stops there absolute long and you know what you don't want another coaching search organisation the jimmy has long has also played a big part in university of tennessee volunteers and and that way you're getting absolutely um so not to mention what jimmy has loom has had problems with his trucking company flying j which is under a on trial for a violations of federal law jimmy has lem there you go jimmy has one has not been charged but that trial is ongoing so i i think jimmy has lem has been an absolute failure as an owner yes um i think he has failed this fan base i think he failed you jackson i think he failed sashi brown and uh i'm just wondering how many more chances does this guy gget i wonder if jimmy aware to you and in a proper conversation and then you jackson basically just put the heat on sasha i mean that's what it is they need a fallguy army i would think browns fans you know i i would think that they want more housecleaning done here yeah seriously i mean i i would it's the whole thing is just a the bockel and it's it's it's very i don't know it's a it's roughly go let's go to wa sort of ryan ryan in la ryan la here on here what what robert and tasr on cbs sports radio what's going on boss reporter your car your work mehrnia double kicked me written the first stop you.
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"Barman if you're listening to this imali let us know what you're up to now where you've got those dogs back good other to admi sin ella this is from the mini or saeb agent curious as to how much footage from star wars his v v i which is seven but i think he means i try lem made it into the we'll make it into the final movie what do you think for this new one do you think that's all footage that will be there because it was a smooth sailing experience arched i think i'll be shots that is slightly different i think the shots at a i just for the trial a bit i just for the trial shots that said like this the bitten off the original trailer for the rich the episode seven waseem in the woods any puts his lot cyber on an air raimondo not like that anyway yeah i this was this more of a rush this this particular filming nor will they had long because it was supposed to commit in mine that story has already sort of finish they finish it completely if you end up did people get mad that they were stuff tiny little bit sentencing so because it's it wasn't like hall scenes it was just like slightly different angles or whatever like rogue one was he added that was a disaster well i think maybe this time and solo actually 'cause ever lease the tralee at they probably won't release any of that is they won't use yeah did you see the tag and banker in hat hand solar that's right yellow they really they're doing it all there so i keep young man i think might be they've learned from royal on that's what i was thinking of there and that's why we haven't seen anything hansolaf yet i think they're really gonna release at hyunsil a movie in mine.
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"Might g dr zuhdi jasser is the founder and president of the american islamic forum for democracy former us navy lieutenant commander it's always great to get his insights and his perspectives he joins us back again on our guest line here on the mike gallagher show in las vegas dr jasser great having your back on the show have you been sir great effective union mike galway thank you for having thank you thank you i want to play a part of all the audio from these share of the las vegas sheriff doc uh joe lem at lombardo yesterday who brought something that that raised a lot of eyebrows particularly in the context of isis claiming responsibility and that this guy was indeed radicalize let's listen to gather watson understand the motivation that you described okay superman any future incidents and you know that this person your radicalize unbeknownst to us and we wanted in a fire at source did this person get radicalize now dr jasser sheriff lombardo has been very transparent they've been holding frequent ongoing consistent press conferences the local reporters here tell me they think this guy's an open block and he's he's he's being very very transparent in the information he's conveyed to the general public what do you make of his uh uh openly suggesting that we want to find out of this guy might have been radicalised unbeknownst to us while mike they're certainly so many more questions than answers and we just need to what's very bizarre it while i took credit there have been a couple example in which taking credit for think they didn't do but they usually on a lot of attack now that have happened that they don't get credit or and ultimately but what's happening there was a couple of the and the past year because they've been cui so they're trying to make themselves relevant now now this guy's radicalisation which doesn't fit the fact that most of the radical islamic uh that attachment fell for the isis ideology ultimately we'll have some expression of death uh a grand jury if you will on h he had any of that and also a his wife analogy thought with the cavernous couple they were both radicalized on the.
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"You think about actually the top stuff in a and now that we're in the age of of short of marquee brands like single malt and and uh we'll exclusive stuff like that talk about you know the challenge the breaking in the market and now that you guys were kind of on an uptick with respect to the news of such you guys are actually growing and expanding in a very integrate credit market what is you the crowded market when you look at the overall categories of of what we've done we've we've built dr portfolio we feel in these categories no single malt irish whiskeys ours which gets with a small category and then within the berber category uh we've got schmalbach's bourbon oh jefferson's which shoes are our flagship brand right now as soon lee matured for us eireann bottled any of the expression lem under the jefferson's name yeah and then we so you have by the way so sister we can sogara's because i know i'm gonna get a thousand emails about you as well castle brands inc dot com is the website stock civil r o x as in on the rocks x you guys have whisky you have rahm you have ginger beer every missing anything is there at what we have a labaca income look yours in there as well on and within a whisker category we've gone irish whiskey bourbon and we recently taken on phnom allen scotch which is a single singlemalt scotch is um where is no carrying the asian statements on which you will you start to look around you notice lau the scotch users are starting to go into colours versions ages because they don't necessarily have the stock available so so my question for you as when you talk about a growth strategy any talk about you know distribution and an and aid a truly scalable business model in your space have things changed over the last five years with the advent of digital marketing and digital media are you still sorta died of the wall the way things have always been done a with respect to marketing and a growth strategy for the business well you the greek business you know would move to tectonic plates speed to build a law firm in places prohibition um they really haven't found a way to tackle the online market because of.
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"Jon go back on dog dog post game driven by bmw and na jerry god with my goodness or you're good no an awful lot of attention here in los couple of weeks and while your life i mean he had cousin echoes weiser's there more local rubes so so to speak he came out of show to the low to me koa news this kind of fun but on just muffled foreigners over these past go louise i mean is is been okay but it does to help lem outlined my quarterback i'm just my pain share mianheng let me be it i can be jerry how much different uh but or the improvement in this team from last year i mean is a big improvement it goes will come nub issue come up fast plan around and being a physical george attain that you all know and we know we're going to fitness standard did we supposed to be in it last year but i mean dish year we've stated oh i feel i would kind of reaching we're not bear you quite yet but we're on wake though be there coach more talks about winning games on those you know monday tuesday wednesday practices goes our top of their physical uh but it seems to show on saturday oh yes there monday tuesday wednesday we're gonna come out we're gonna we're gonna hit each other i mean there's will come on it called tuesday bloody tuesday because you never know you come out there you might you might get a low blood on you because we're gonna come out defense going to come out hard knowles and we're gonna come right back young john craig makes and if it thought o'donnell and this is as though food to be ready for the game on saturday the other thing too is a jay cutler i know you guys have really helped him uh he he had to step down and up game in that first game and he's been under center near a research but you guys have what mr be i mean just for jake become in outstay and put on a showed he put on and go out to notre dame that taibbi inviting me as a mock 1918 yokota obey i mean there's amazing for him to duda and come.
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"We sometimes have the hinders the development of companies obviously you're thinking thank picture has you're product as branding line breath we at least twice you ask the business rockstars we're here to end fire in form an connects the community of entrepreneurs i'm alex who were joined by yes or tile thomson she is e on cofounder of found box now do you as a mentor in this they started you can thank her it out as the land i think we had a lot of people helping us from the start i think i was basically what helped us jet here it's been a few things from best when we started we just resolved every ceos that was ever in on their work whether it was our friends parents are our parents friends just try source in them in bounce ideas dostam then later a guy who very much cultism is virus was another dazed entrepreneur called a catholic lem lelet lost companies to me was also very young and healthy start now is where most are investors details on the part of the you think you have employee's how many tackling so we have around forty five from please okay i am how would you describe your leadership style i seeing what we try to do very much want also alarmed inflows enjoyment much to be having very flat iraqi go we don't have that specific levels there's cold knowledge of the base we have some measures that take the decisions including some things but generally the guy i have in the company has a very open transparent leading styles to basically anyone can compulsorily ballistics where from one same amount your opinion is not worth warns your manager your and in turn i think that's what really price our company culture what do you think of egypt empowering your employees to has by an impassioned for the company and to do their job they're the best of their ability.