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"lefevre" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You want to condense what you said before the break so people can can digest what you said. And what's your position on this? Giving a player a mental break. Yeah, I apologize. Way over. A lot of people care about brevity is the soul of wit. We have a status that brevity. Shortness is a soul of wet the Shakespeare. That's something you should consider. Okay, let me just give you an example. Ken Griffey Jr plan in CIA plane Actually in Cleveland, there's 2800 fans and stands it Cleveland, right Mammoth ball 80,000. It's a day ballgame and Grifton feel like plan He didn't feel he said it was his hammy is bothered him. He was sitting there and aboutthe seventh inning. He aboard certainly did Right, Amy. No. Jimmy Lefevre Gammon ofthe day, he said. You know what I want to play walked right up to the manager said, Put me in. He ended up making a diving catch with bases loaded in the eighth came up in the ninth inning hit a two run home, Honest to God story and we won the game. My point is this. He got just bored sitting there for seven innings, he said. You know what? I'm going to end up playing sooner or later, so I might as well get in there and do something. So what's the point? I don't know what the point was I What are you talking about? Well, I'm just saying, I don't know what I'm saying. Brevity is the soul of wit. Let's go back to that. Well, the you were not vory brevity that comment twice now. You have not. You've got you've rambled. They say that about me. But I'm an old person. They say, you know you're rambling watches. Keep this fact all I have no idea what point I was trying to make and you help me out? This thing is hopeless. I'm going to take a mental break. Army 10 miler is going virtual early Bird registration presented by Navy Federal Credit Union is now open goto Army 10 miler dot com To register today. 2020 Army 10 miler.
"lefevre" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"We don't we don't have to worry or they melting down. We know that they're just super sturdy so we had already had sort of shipping system. Set up for that which was really key and moving the sports fast. We had already been numbers pal flowers and I was going to ask our yes so they are that we get the deeply discounted shipping rates sprung without that deeply discounted shipping rate. There's like no way anybody would buy flowers. And there's just because it would cost more discerning than it would be worth it. Can I stop you and ask you about that for sex cal? Flowers is They've just come on board as a sponsor of this lefevre summit which is really exciting to me that they're starting to recognize the important resource Small farms are to this profession in this marketplace in terms of also being a source of products so roughly. What did you pay to join for this big sort of shipping organization? I heard it was about a thousand dollars a year. Is that right or I really have no idea. We've been Steve. That's usually job like I'm usually doing what Steve is doing what I do we shift like I mean he's it his neck like every four hours. He's just in so much pain. Have pains in my buttram sitting at the computer answering emails? And you know so it's been it's been kind of funny to see US flip flop. We have a lot more respect. Pretty tellers I'll get that information and put it in today's show notes for people so they can I think it's on a sliding scale as well. So maybe maybe I'm inflating the price but whatever it was there is that very base. They have different I just quickly looked at it. I did a Instagram's stories and kind of gave the whole spiel start to finish how shipped and I just did a little brief overview if their website and they have a lot of different membership levels and we are the basic basic membership level. So that must be allowed you to fed because by sending my lex which doesn't have to be hydrated on. You know two day shipping. That was a pretty low. Low cost Way To get product people. But now you've got this highly perishable product that you have to hydrate and you have to get to people more suddenly would net. Which is what you had to pivot to write it is. Yeah so we're overnight shipping We have a really good. Here's another tip. Have a really good relationship with your Fedex driver or whoever it is doing you're you're carrying service He comes to us last out of his route. So we're able to Redo put an ice pack in the flowers now And he also comes to us at like six PM when he is on his way to back.
#362: Answering the Call of Holy Work with Luke LeFevre
"Conversation is with our chief creative officer at Lukla fever. He's a part of our operating board and leads a team of over one hundred and fifty people and over the past several years. He's walked through a process personally. That has helped him uncover principles which make up the creative center of great work worked at a set apart. Work that is meaningful work that is holy. The first five words of this ancient book called Genesis which was written a long time ago. Twenty Five Hundred Years before Christ was even around like that was when it was collected based off of these stories that were orally transmitted for thousands of years before that in the first five words of this ancient book are in the beginning God created. And then you know creatives yeah. Great critics love that but then it gets to humans and it says hey. Let's make them in our image. The only thing we know about our which God says let us make them in our image our image. The only thing we know about his image is that he was a creator That's the only piece of evidence you have up to that point in this old ancient book and so that's the beginning and then later as this creation happens in man pushes against it rebels. God's plan to be with people is distorted he then starts the slow process of polling people back to him and eventually he finds this character. And I'M GONNA mess up how to say his name so listeners. Please help me. I think it's bell ultimately I always say Brazil and I think I messed it up but eventually yeah. It's a little or something like that. The law in Exodus thirty one. It says I filled him with the divine spirit to create many things. Like I could look it up here. God filled with the spirit of God in wisdom and understanding and knowledge and all manner of workmanship design artistic works to work gold and silver and bronze and cutting jewels for setting in carving wood into work in all manner of workmanship. Okay great thanks for the Bible lesson again but really this guy. Bazil was creating a place for God to dwell with us on the Earth again That was his assignment. It was his assignment and if This commentary in the Bible. I was reading. It says the first person the Bible mentions as being filled with the spirit. Was this guy and I read that a couple years ago and I was like what. How do I know that as a person who's been working for a long time I think work? Why is work inherently creative because we are made in as humans? We are made in God's image what we know about God's image is that he was a creator and he wants to manifest his ideas through us like he did with this zillow guy in like. That's just like really profound in. I think that work that stuff we have inside us that we want to make or perform or build or teach or organize or whatever has been in there since before we were born. And I think it's because we are made in God's image to create think so often especially today it's really easy to get wrapped up in that word creative and think that that's a musician. That's an artist. That's a painter. Maybe that's a graphic designer may be threatening if they're good or not but it sounds like you're broadening the scope of what is creative. Were hundred percent when I was five years old. I went to my aunt's house in the summer and we had a week long. We stayed with her and I had to to her church and those at our church and there was a drawing contest and a church at Church it was like drawn. Noah's Ark so I drew Noah's Ark and I'm like I don't know you just draw. Draw the arts or a couple of animals on their turn it in well. There's no big deal to me. I saw it in my head at drew. The picture turned in while the teacher was like putting them up on the board in. I'm like Oh month month. Pretty good you know. I just remember thinking that and then the next kids look like a banana in the next kids. Look like you know something else and I was just sitting there thinking like holy cow. I just might win this thing. I just drew the Ark and did I ended up winning and it wasn't like Oh good. Someone's recognized my talent. It was I don't know I just saw the arc so I drew the Arkansas. The other kids didn't do that now. I was talking to another friend of mine and he was like I remember being pretty young and sitting in a pizza hut and I saw that the pizza cost ten ninety nine and I asked my dad how much the pizza cost and he goes. Oh a dollar ninety nine. In this friend he goes business he understood. It costs two dollars to make it and they charge ten. So that's how you make money. How old who's like seven okay. So as a seven year old he was understanding the concept of profit margins xactly. I never had those thoughts. I just figuring booth. Yes so the thing in me was to draw like I could just see things. I could connect dots. It could do that stuff. His was this business thing. I have other examples like my brother-in-law Brent huge entree fan has been through a lot of our stuff. He's always since as long as I can remember. Been the guy who ran the sound. Did the video had the CD's when he was a kit like he recorded all the movies. You know when you record movies on VHS. Three movies on one six hour he was. Just he's always just been drawn to this video technology side of things and I think it's because that is God's gift to each of us and they're all different but it's all made in his image which is to create because I think that thing were drawn to whether it's business organization drawing speaking whatever it is that is the creation God wants to create with you. Yeah that's amazing so I mean it's almost like what you're talking about is like as kids. We are creative. Yes we collective wheat. Everyone that's listening. This everyone the planet we are creative and then the thing that pulls us away from that has all these layers that we put on top of ourselves. But what you're saying. Is that our core? There is something creative inside of us under percent. I don't know what it is for each person. It's different but my wife we home school. We've got four kids. She when she was little she remembers setting up all her dolls in the basement and she was in front of these dolls and she was teaching on a whiteboard and she was probably five years old and now she loves it. And there's the slow poll towards that thing that has been in use since before you were born. I think in. There's there's relationships the squash it. There's parents that squash it or encourage it. There's just lots of reasons why you believe it or don't believe it but I think there is a pole towards something that has been in there since before you were born in. That is the creative so it almost seems like the way we can properly maximize our role in the president is to recognize that there is a piece of us that is creative that is demanded to be effective here. I think so. I don't know if it's demanded I think you can deny it. I think you can let fear or ignoring it. Or who am I to do that? Cover it up or years of pushing it away or things like that that can cause you not to use it. There are people. I know who haven't followed this thing and they're lazy or they don't do something with it and so maybe a little bit sad. It's sad it is sad if you don't use the thing it's really sad because you're not doing the gift I think. I think I believe that God wants to make this stuff with us. And he's like hoping we do you know giving us opportunities to do it. So is owning a small business inherently creative work. One hundred percent depends on how you got into it but I think there is a pole towards this thing The people I talked to. I did an entree mentoring session at the last ems. And I was talking to this guy. I'm blanking on his name but he ran an ambulance company an Independent Ambulance Company and it was like so. Why did you start it? And he was like. Oh we'll just something to do and I'm like no come on a wage cheaper in ways to just find some you and he goes. Well I worked at one of these places and they. It was just not a great experience. I just wanted to do something different. And I'm like okay. But what about the ambulance thing that? Why are you drawn to that? It's not just well. I didn't like the way that they did it. He was like I just love helping people. I just love helping people and he gets to do it like people in their most hardest time of need. And that's the real root I bet you. He's always been a sweet kid who was a helper when he was a kid. And that's the poll. And if you are oftentimes I think and data I don't have you know spreadsheets and stuff if you aren't working in that thing that you've been drawn to that's wearing Zaidi comes that sort of thing comes. That's where that sadness comes at. You were just talking about like if you can't express somehow that thing that's where you get stuck in alcoholism or a addictions and things like that I think. Because you're you're trying to squash or quiet this feeling that's been inside of you and Escape Reality Game. That's a great word for you
"lefevre" Discussed on AP News
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"lefevre" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For killing eve right around the corner sometime in April, that's the show that Sandra. Oh is the star? Right. Yeah. That's correct, Sandra. And Jody Tomer who at least on a Spanish Princess or whatever shows start and it's based on a series of books at the first season aired on BBC America last year. Second season's coming back seven. They dropped a trailer for the next season yesterday for Valentine's Day, and it looks fantastic. If you didn't check out the first season, it's a very very funny. Very dark almost it's kind of a spy show, Sandra. Oh plays. A m I six operative trying to track down the assassins killer played by Jody Coomer, but they form almost a twisted obsession romance with each other. It's a little hard to define it comes from Phoebe Waller bridge should has a show called plea. Or you might remember as the robot from solo worst movie. It's fantastic. You've got all the critics horrors got tons of nominations for Sandra. Oh. Cannot wait for the second season. It looks just as just as Dr. So right now, just the trailers out April. Seventh is the debut. Right. That's great. Right. Do you watch the ability? I've not I wanna see it. They kept showing clips of it at the EMMY awards and she won for it. And it looks it looks very interesting. A lot of Kelsey grammer news. I he has a new film on FOX. But then he also hinted that you may see him back as as Frazier. So the first of all there's the ship. Proven innocent which premieres tonight. I gotta look at nine PM on FOX. This is a dueling lawyer show from Danny strong who works on empire all starts late Rochelle Rachelle LeFevre, I never know how to pronounce your name from the twilight series, or at least briefly for the twilight series of under the dome at she basically plays a social Justice warriors type warrior taking odd DA who's played by Kelsey grammer. He was actually cast. It was originally Brian D'Arcy James he was throated role. So it should be interesting to see where it goes. I watched the first episode at I did that love it. If you're fat of law shows critic, it's fun. There's some dark stuff. So it's a fine. Turn on the TV. Check it out the checkout type thing, but what do you back to the Fraser return? I actually had read about any recent news on that was talking about maybe showing up on Netflix. He wasn't specific. And where it would be. He just said that there's been a lot of interest in it looks like they're getting something. So. That they've been talking about for a while. I think it comes up in every interview with Kelsey grammer because people are so interested in it. He is always shown interest back. He wants to look for the right story. The right writers the right time. But it's certainly something they're up for. And if they did take it to Netflix make a lot of sense, but frankly, given willing grace came back on NBC, I could also see it ending up there for a limited series or something like that on the Super Bowl, Alex. There was a quick commercial for the new version of the twilight zone. I know we're still a little ways away from it. But it's going to be on CBS all access. I think right. Yeah. That's correct. It's coming out April first and the ban that ad was so good. I think a lot of people did not know that was coming. You know, there's generations of fans of the twilight zone were eager for new tales, very exciting. As you saw the ad is it's from Jordan Peele who late of key and Peele, probably at this point Bordeaux and for his hard work as a monkey paw productions which is doing a ton of stuff, and they have an insane lineup for the episodes. They're doing a remake of nightmare on thirty thousand feet. It's called nightmare on thirty thousand feet. So a nightmare at twenty thousand feet, they have John show, isn't it? Johnny Greg near Ike. Burn halts rea- seahorn from better call Saul. I could go on and on and on, but they're really really static show. That I will match it for those that don't have CBS all access is they broadcast news weekly versus being the whole season at once. Don't expected to be a black mirror type injury. Watch every episode. Instead it all parse out over a couple of episodes. You know, everybody, of course, remembers the original twilight zone. It's the best TV shows ever. But they remade it in the eighties for a little while. I think only a season maybe two and there were some great episodes there. Yeah. This is good news. Yeah. It's a concept that just keeps on trucking on and reportedly we don't again know a lot about the actual plots. But it seems like peel true to form it'd be delving into race relations more topical issues, which is something that's really took on back in the day. So it'll be exciting. I read somewhere George Clooney as returning to television with an adaptation of catch twenty two that seems pretty interesting. It's going to be a Hulu series set in World War Two aiming to tell a story a timeless story about the insanity of war fast. Yeah. If you don't know catch twenty two I have no idea how they're actually going to adapt it in any way, it's a classic satire novel. But it's really based in words, and it's really based on the page. But it does look exciting. It's coming out may seventeenth on Hulu. And as you mentioned, you got George Clooney in it. He's also executive producing Kyle Chandler from Friday night lights is in it and a bunch of other guys it looks like it. So we'll see definitely all have to read that book and highschool Joseph Heller is that. Then we all say it's a catch twenty two. Everyone says that I use it yesterday. You say you have to watch it only makes sense. About a year and a half ago two years ago. It was announced that Martin Scorsese, and I think Leonardo Di Caprio had purchased the rights to Dublin White City. Now, it looks like instead of making it into a theatrical movie. It may go the TV route, you know, anything about this. Yeah. It is. In fact, like you said, I mean, I think he summed it up really nicely. But they've been working on it for really really long time. People have been asking about the movie adaptation forever. And finally terminating that it's going to go to Hulu, which is great crew making really big Lewis certainly getting being to Capri on Martin Scorsese on. Series is a big move for them that goes, we're definitely has been the dominant. Dominant service of the space. It should be exciting to see what they do with it. A don't expect Senator Capri to be the way that he was in the movie, but they're both going to be pushing pretty hard behind the scenes can't wait. That'd be wonderful. Cool. Alex. Thanks so much for your time. Hope you have a great weekend. And we appreciate being here. Thanks. Thanks for having me on Alexander's, Alvin the managing editor of decider dot com. Really great website. If you're a fan of TV, we'll take a little break some news. And then there's more show had it's Bill and Wendy on WGN..
"lefevre" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"All right, there, you go FDR seventy five years ago, his second Bill of rights, and it sounds awfully familiar to what many in the progressive caucus, and I need to revise that many progressives in congress are advocating as well. Now, Alexandria Cossio Cortez. Harvey Kaye is a democratic socialist as Bernie Sanders an FDR sounding whole lot like them. What do you think he would be joining in with them? If if he were here today. Oh, amazing to think about it. Right. Because he would never have called himself, a democratic socialist. Right. He clearly believed that he was redefining liberalism, and the liberalism of FDR was what we would call social democracy. And I think in fact, what we've seen from both Bernie and c Bernie should burn. You talked about the second Bill of rights beach when he was running in the primaries. But he didn't sustain that argument. Unfortunately, AO see I think is really positioned to take it up. And in fact, very much position to make even more of it, even though she's in the house and night in the Senate. She's she is the future of the Democratic Party. Right. So so really, it's the case. And I think if he if he was still around he would probably lineup with them. And by the way, one of the reasons I think we can imagine that is in the nineteen thirties here in Wisconsin, -able states. There was a progressive Republican party headed up by. The the sons, especially Robert LeFevre junior of the great progressive. Robert, LA, these stunts and Roosevelt. I believe it was nineteen thirty six actually gave his personal endorsement to the progressive Republicans over the Democrats in the state because the progressive Republicans were far more liberal and indeed small P progressive than the Democrats in Wisconsin. So there's no reason we shouldn't expect if he were around today and still committed to liberalism is social democracy that he wouldn't indeed embrace Bernie's arguments and AFC's arguments. And I know you know, historians argue with me about it. But I I've got the proof. You know, you do Harvey j k is is with us. And I, you know, his if not for the new deal and an FDR leadership pulling us through the depression. I hate to think where we would have wound up we would've wound up like some of the things we're fighting against right now. I. Well, you know. Yes. Sorry. Just interject in nineteen thirty-one. There were quite a few Americans. In fact, very prominent indeed elites Americans who actually will wondering if we shouldn't find ourselves Mussalini, you know, a fascist league afla now. Well, I just I've said that many a time I think I think comparing Trump to Hitler is is is clearly pushing it, but I think the best counterpart AG's ample is Mussalini and his fascism. Absolutely. And and look you look at who he buddies up too. Besides Putin, do take of the Philippines, Lon of Turkey. I mean, the worst of the worst the men around the country. That's who he sidled up next to and who does the alien eight our our closest allies from from the UK to Germany to France to Canada. It's it's unbelie. Leave -able the shit. He does and you have to or does. He just not does he not know the history. And I think that's a big part of it. But, but he also has this worship for these strong men because he wants to be one of them clearly wants to be one. In fact, I said to somebody said, I I have every I I really do believe that Muller will reveal not simply collusion but conspiracy between of the campaign and Putin's henchman. I hope you're right. And and the only reason that Donald could even come anywhere near getting off in all of that would probably be that his is that they've tried to protect him from it that his sons decided they would protect him from it from, you know, from what what Nixon ended up doing basically in the past if they know anything about that. But but this is interesting consider whether he's involved with Putin or not it's very clearly the case that Trump is doing his damnedest to win the love and affection of Putin. He has literally subverting..
"lefevre" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Opening now the C HSL game of the week on the patriot. Back to Catholic central seven nothing is the lead for the visitors and the scoreboard the chiefs of canton for the buck seventeen left in this first quarter of that was a statement ninety five yard drive, and they're going to get a procedure calls. The kickoff is gonna sputter out of bounds at the twenty eight yard line. Yeah. After canton had twenty yards in the first three plays. They had nothing other next three punted away. Sees he didn't do much on their drive and then a booming punt though, and you thought, oh, we'll see he's going to get a three and out. They're going to get it back. Can't goes ninety five yards through couple passes completed a couple passes to keep us. But honestly is was was out man there on that drive and not reading what's going on in this offense of Andy LeFevre in canton. It's actually ten tacklers offense this full house tea Gingrich out there in the gun. One running back to his rent. That's colder heart upfield runner. Sorry. That's seventeen call price. We haven't seen much in the backfield. It's up to the forty yard line able to gain the forty two as well before. He was tackled by Darius Robinson the best player defensively on the other side for canon. Second four. Yeah. Prices listed as a quarterback haven't seen a lot as a running back this year. Watch anderson. Now, Nate Anderson. Guy.
"lefevre" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tomasz Angeles, Orange County and iheartradio station officer shot. I'm Debra Mark live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Two people have been arrested for the shooting of sheriff's deputy and Atalanta the San Bernardino county sheriff's deputy was shot in the stomach was rushed into surgery immediately. He's now out of surgery, and I see you in critical, but stable condition sheriff John McMahon says the deputy had been going good checkout at an apartment complex for the sound of shots. This is the third event in the last fourteen days where our deputy sheriffs were fired upon by suspects in this county. He says the suspected shooter's are from LA at the hospital in Colton Andrew mollenbeck KFI news, California has decided to reconsider life sentences for thousands of criminals. State officials will revisit it's three strike life sentence policy. Soon court documents show, the governor will not appeal a court ruling that said it's legally excluding non violent criminals from parole under two thousand sixteen ballot measure. Approved by voters the measure was designed to cut the prison population. And encourage rehabilitation now this doesn't guarantee that people will get out of jail, but up to four thousand inmates that are serving life terms for repeated minor offenses like stealing or drug possession could seek parole state. Lawmakers are expected to come up with new regulations by January fifth. Monica Rix, KFI news, and Ken, we'll have more on this. After the news preschool kids in LA Habra have joined millions of people taking part in the two thousand eighteen great shakeout by practicing drop cover and hold on. Ten million people in California and sixty million people worldwide participated in the drill at the LeFevre United Methodist preschool kids scrambled under the tables. Scene..
"lefevre" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Cohan's song that premiered during the Roosevelt presidency. When American patriotism and flag-waving was added speak grand old flang and president Roosevelt had a grand old time. As president though, it's wrong to think of him as some kind of ideologically advanced reformer as he almost became after he left the presidency. But as president Joseph Garrity, a fine historian at Columbia University writes Roosevelt was by no means an advanced progressive his supportive reform was heavily influenced by his admiration of things as they were. He argued for moderate change as the best defense against drastic change. And in this sense. He was more conservative than a progressive. And it was that attitude that helped in create such a successful presidency. There is no doubt. That had he not limited himself by his declaration of holding to only one more term after he won the election of nineteen o four right after that. And he said under no circumstances will I be a candidate again. Well, he came to regret that though he seemed to have found what he believed would be the ideal successor his secretary of war who'd also been governor general of the Philippines during a time when America was trying to conclude a nasty little war in the Philippines, which Roosevelt ended. He didn't start it. But William Howard Taft, a big three hundred Pounder. He had one point apparently got up to three hundred thirty pounds. Edith roosevelt. The first lady. Theodore Roosevelt's wife said on election night. Mr. Taft was so nice and big and beaming over his victory that it did one good just to look at him. And yes, he won a smashing victory in nineteen eight partially because of TR's popularity. And then TR went off to Europe. And he went off to Africa. He went on safari with his son Kermit, and they apparently came home. I know it sounds ridiculous. But it's true five hundred and seventy two dead animal carcasses. He loved taxidermy. It was one of his many hobbies. But by the time, he came home. He saw the Republican party in the midst of a split of a lot of people believe that the split between the conservative and the progressive Republicans was something that Roosevelt initiated. He didn't. It was already well in progress before he returned home from his African safari, and there was already talk of challenging Taft for renomination, the presumed progressive candidate would be Senator Robert LeFevre of Wisconsin would also been a fairly radical progressive governor in Wisconsin. And. President Roosevelt came back and the former president campaigned around the country for Republicans in nineteen ten but they lost their majority in the house and in the Senate. It was a disaster for them. And all of a sudden there came to be full and open rebellion against president Taft. President Roosevelt initially expressed no interest in being a candidate against Taft, but people did come to him. And of course, he was the largest best known most popular figure in the United States. He gave a speech in Kansas. That was dramatically more progressive and calling for all kinds of reforms at the time that seemed fairly radical and this led to an inevitable fight. And the fight involved. First of all a primary fight one of the changes that the progressives had been pushing for is ending the old convention system where we're all done with what later recalled smoke filled rooms and people behind the scenes and political bosses they were very strenuously against bossism. As was of course, the Roosevelt and he challenged president Taft in the primaries. And Roosevelt, of course, one most of them with his popularity. He lost the primaries in the south where the Republicans didn't hold any offices anyway. And he also lost a few of the northern states, but most of the big states including taps own Ohio Roosevelt one and when he was denied the nomination anyway, despite his primary success, he bolted the party. It took a while. There were progressives demanding that he run as an independent progressive candidate. But he did saying I am fit as a bull moose and you can use me to the limit. Hence, the bull moose party was born. How did that work out? We'll tell you the rest coming up on this special edition of the Medved show. Theodore Roosevelt, the all American.
"lefevre" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Cable news I'm Michael Calhoun grief counselors are consoling the staff of the Saint Louis. County health department after one of. Their own was killed, by a stray shot at a metro bus. Stop in the city cable Alexis Kevin choline reports Greg LeFevre was shot at the grand avenue bus stop south of Saint. Louis university at highway forty around six thirty Tuesday night shot in the chest as two men nearby. Were arguing in. One pulled out a gun to shoot the. Other Emily new set is the. Chief medical officer for the county health, department Deon tire health department is grieving this loss. It's it's been a challenge today to be in this space the forty eight year old the fab is survived by his father and a brother. In Saint Louis who set says, he often. Took mass transit to and from work and his home in south Saint Louis, he died at the hospital another man shot in the same clash survives the gunman Rian north. On grand and got away and between metro transit and crime stoppers there is now a six thousand Dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest Saint Louis county police are calling a. Girl's, death in Jennings suspicious. Just after eleven AM Wednesday police officers responded to a local hospital and were told by medical staff that a five year old girl had died investigators have so far determined that had happened in or around the child's home in the fifty five hundred block of Bramlett court police say an autopsy is scheduled human. Remains found along railroad tracks in Saint Louis. Have been identified as those of Maplewood woman missing since may. Gary Martin told the post. Dispatch that Maplewood detectives told him the remains were of his mother sixty two year old Barbara Johnson Saint Louis police call her death suspicious and homicide detectives are investigating our forecast. Overnight will be in the. Fifties close to sixty downtown and four Thursday a high of eighty two degrees lots of sunshine but maybe a thunderstorm late into Friday. Morning I'm Michael Calhoun kmox news This is America in.
"lefevre" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The go-to police department makes the dean's list for helping save, the day for a. Newlywed couple the bride and groom we're traveling through New Jersey when suddenly a surge of floodwaters left. Them stranded in their car officer Michael Farah drove a police Hummer off to the side of the couple's car and with the flooding. Reaching as high as the headlights he climbed onto the roof of the car and. Helped the bride through the sunroof she took her shoes off and handed them to the officer before taking his hand and data leak climbing into the Hummer. All the while in, her wedding dress officer LeFevre says this is, definitely a I in his career the department posted footage of the rescue to Facebook where it has been, viewed, thousands of times they wrote obviously, there has not gone as planned so let's congratulate them on their wedding and give them best wishes for a. Lifetime, of love. And adventure starting now thank you go to police, department for, literally saving. The day Janice dean Fox News Okay so there's this bizarre bug that's. Everybody's talking.
"lefevre" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The bride and groom we're traveling through New Jersey when suddenly a surge of floodwaters left them stranded in their car officer Michael Farah drove a police Hummer. Off to the side, of the couple's car and with the flooding, reaching as high as the headlights he climbed onto the roof of the car and helped the bride through, the sun roof she took her shoes off. And handed them to the officer before taking his hand and data leak climbing into the Hummer all the while in, her wedding. Dress officer LeFevre says this is definitely a I, in his. Career. The department posted footage of the rescue to Facebook where it has. Been viewed thousands of times they wrote obviously their day has not gone as planned so let's congratulate them on their wedding and give, them best wishes for a lifetime of love and adventure starting now thank you go. To police department for literally saving the day Janice dean Fox News think. Of all the time you sit at work wondering what's happening in the world like Cayenne s. t. on Facebook. And, we'll keep. You in the know click the link and t., dot com Nine more officials could lose security clearance I'm an Carrick Fox News the president revoked clearance for former CIA director John Brennan action opposed by a key figure in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden there are very clear. Signs that President, Trump is preparing to strip the security clearances of eight more top, former intelligence officials and one current Justice department employees for their role in the Russia, probe or their criticism of the president in recent months Democrats on the hill, have called it an. Enemies list Admiral mcraven the, navy seal who oversaw the bin Laden raid. Compared it to McCarthy era tactics FOX's Jennifer Griffin more than a dozen top intelligence officials signed a. Joint letter denouncing the president's actions while former Trump campaign chairman. Paul Manafort awaits sentencing former Trump campaign advisor George, popadopoulos is looking at up to, six months in prison with a fine of up to ninety five hundred dollars is a big reason why the FBI opened, its investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in the first place according. To molar sentencing memorandum Pepe dopoulos quote lied in order to conceal his contacts with Russians and Russian intermediaries during the campaign in Mehta's false statements to investigators on January twenty seven th two thousand seventeen early in the investigation when. He investigative decisions, including who'd interview in win were being made Papadopoulos is scheduled to, be sentenced on September seven in Washington I'm Garrett Tenny Fox News popadopoulos is accused, of lying to FBI agents and causing damage to the government's investigation up to, two hundred secretly recorded. Tapes that's what I'm Arosa, manigault Newman reportedly could have along with Email. And text messages supporting her tell all book about President Trump the Trump campaign filed suit saying she. Violated a confidentiality agreement Fox News fair and balanced Family, to school, can be exciting but it can also be a lot of pressure getting back to, juggling various priorities social activities escorts music or whatever the. Case is the kids are involved? In plus the strong desire to get great grades I think that a lot of the comes in just. From expecting almost too much clinical therapist and author Adam Russo says every child and family is. Different and it can, help to define what the bar is for your family and where you're setting try and understand what what are the areas with a specific child and then build to be able to have a focus that. They're going to be, able to achieve for the year in the. Areas that they meet you and not just make it a. Global target some. Kids may. Need to work harder and academics while for others social interaction how they relate to people needs attention regardless of the goals. Watch for red flags. Really trying to understand is apparent you our kids typically and then what. Are they doing different changes in behavior that could signal a struggle as a new year begins. On their, journey to independence With box and family Thirty hours of testimony by White House counsel Don Mcgann, in the, Russia probe no collusion no obstruction witch-hunt President Trump responding on Twitter to. A New York, Times story about testimony White House counsel Don Mcgann gave in the Russia probe tweeting that he gave him again and other members of his staff permission to cooperate fully with the special counsel readily handing over one. Million pages of documents adding, most transparent, in history. Tennessee democrat Steve Cohen a. Member of the House Judiciary committee have. A different taste. Trust people should trust so it's just more of the chaos and mental instability that we're. Seeing sixteen hundred Pennsylvania the New York Times reporting that Mcgann acting on the advice of his. Legal counsel was concerned he could be accused of obstructing Justice like John dean was, during the Nixon administration, Jane Metzler Fox News the missing bodies of pregnant thirty, four, year old Shannon Watson her two young daughters, were found in Denver Colorado just one, day after her husband Chris Swats was arrested as the possible suspect court documents indicate the two girls were submerged in crude oil for four days before being found friends and. Neighbors like Lauren Newman the, family babysitter, are trying. To make sense of this. Situation he's a monster who let us. Comfort him and. Phil absolutely no remorse for what he's done police are not releasing any information about a. Motive or how the three were killed the intrepid aircraft carrier is celebrating its seventy fifth anniversary. In New York City former World War Two crew member Daniel Watkins attended a special, ceremony remembering how much, he wanted to be part of its history and.
"lefevre" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Last twenty four hours now is the story out. Of Pennsylvania grand jury there, has issued a report almost two thousand pages that was looking into six, of the eight archdiocese six of the eight diocese in the state of Pennsylvania and found more than a thousand identifiable victims are in this report of three hundred priests over a, period of seventy years a. Horrific instances of abuse we mentioned this in. The ten o'clock hour a priest do raped a young girl in the hospital after she, had her tonsils out she was seven another victim tied up and whipped with. Leather straps by priest another one who is allowed to stay in the ministry after impregnating a young girl and ran ranging for her. To have an abortion another one who died of an opioid overdose after getting hooked on painkillers because of a back injury suffered during one of these attacks And the ongoing and pervasive cover up from the members of the archdiocese from the members sorry the. Members of the diocese and, even outside city officials law enforcement officials who deferred to church officials on, these matters this report hit hard as you mentioned earlier it seemed like we were bombarded with church sex abuse cases a handful of years ago and we haven't been thinking about, them they haven't been in. The news sense so this hit with a. Full force if we were desensitized before or we had church sex abuse news fatigue this, one was was pretty raw when it came to the details Italy the bridge. Collapse yesterday when thirty nine people were killed some of the survivors are now talking about this one survivor describing the highway falling out. From under him another described trying to flip her car into reverse right away and then grabbing her three-year-old son and dashing to safety One guy. David was driving on the Genoa bridge when he heard a heavy sound he, saw cars in front of. Him falling I saw the road collapsed and then I fell, with them I thought it was all over for me Just unbelievable they're talking about the hundreds of apartments that are underneath the remaining. Portions of that bridge that are going to have to at least be evacuated and may even have to be torn down as they go through and dismantle what's left of this bridge and try to. Build it back up from scratch Demi Lovato's saga continues the news today is that, the man that showed up at her home. After she called him at four AM and then smoke drugs. With her is no stranger to the law Cops got him in a huge bust about a month ago they. They arrested him with a stash of guns drugs cash they picked him up in north Hollywood he had Khattak semiautomatic handgun and ten grand in his pocket now you have in your pocket right now Seriously I don't think ten grand a may have. Six or seven six or seven grand yeah I have, a gift. Card, to sunglass hut. That's not a sign of. A dealer no twenty forty forty, four dollars yeah you're. Clean You're. On, your hip No I don't. Have a drama hits are you gonna get some new sunglasses did. Get new single number I lost. Them, in. Costa Rica okay lame But I got some new ones match those this to training camp. At my mom thought looked cute. On. You Yeah Still got my number still got. It the mystery pooper is going to get. Paid this guy needs a job in San. Francisco The pooper intendant of schools is he's been called. For the former Kenilworth public schools superintendent in New York is going to be paid his full salary through the. End of September in addition to two months severance pay of about twenty four thousand dollars and some unused vacation time as well this guy who if you remember they were finding feces on a daily. Basis near or on the high school football. Field and track at home del high school Apparently caught. In the act after they. Put up. They put up actual surveillance cameras to catch whoever it was that was making deposits. Every morning he'd go out by the way for his jog and then feel the fecal urge. And give into it I suppose poop well you know how addictive online shopping can breathe it's so easy when. You're on Amazon just one click buying option oh I think I bought us I think I bought us lemur on Amazon I don't think you can I did Oh bring it. In tomorrow in a box, in my car anyway six year old girls no exception, Caitlyn six years old was allowed to order Barbie from Amazon for her birthday her mama supervising and Caitlyn took that one hit that one hit of Amazon one click, delight and she was hooked she decided she wanted more she told her mom she was checking. The shipping status over gift and she went freaking nuts smart she thought so much she bought three hundred, and fifty, dollars. Worth, of toys I love this when the delivery. Driver comes they just start a loading, box after box after box. And, she's standing behind the put. A picture of her up on Twitter standing. Beside a stack of packages. From her From Twitter adventure from her Amazon adventure and by the way She's not going to. Keep it that's me Can we talk? About, this fight that happened last night place. Yeah only because I. Think it's gonna trigger I think. You're extremely Triggered by this, and you've your reaction to this, has been you said the f. word in the office today when you were talking about this I can count. On my hand the amount of times you've said the f. word the, way you said it with the veracity veracity ferocity veracity it was crazy like you lost your freaking mind. This morning over this and. I didn't think it, was that big of a. Deal fight last night in, the giants dodgers games we'll tell you about that when we come back Gary and Shannon will continue Monica Rix has. An update median home values are. Expected to rise higher than one million dollars by next year in five cities in LA, county Eddo, see the real estate website Zillow predicts. So CAL's newest members of the million dollar home. Club will be Dana point LeFevre. Heights Los Alamitos San Clemente and seal beach the go fund me hall for fired FBI agent Peter strikes legal fund has collected nearly. Four hundred thousand dollars struck was fired for sending anti-trump tax? While, running investigations involving the two thousand sixteen. Election and those baby Trump balloons at flew over London while President. Trump was in, England they're now stateside and just a few miles. From Trump's summer home in New, Jersey balloons will be used as, part of a protest called the baby Trump tour activists launch a gofundme page last month to help pay for. Those oversize inflatables whether in traffic this hour of KFI is.
Demi Lovato Alleged Dealer Busted with Guns and Drugs ... Months Before OD
"Four hours now is the story out. Of Pennsylvania grand jury there, has issued a report almost two thousand pages that was looking into six, of the eight archdiocese six of the eight diocese in the state of Pennsylvania and found more than a thousand identifiable victims are in this report of three hundred priests over a, period of seventy years a. Horrific instances of abuse we mentioned this in. The ten o'clock hour a priest do raped a young girl in the
"lefevre" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Comfort care and understanding people give what they can and get what they need. When a group comes together to push for change when social outsiders come together to share explore ideas. And new ways of living. These are all forms of mutual aid. In other words, mutual aid is what happens when a group of people embrace their dependence on each other and turn it into a strength. This is exactly the opposite of what Robert Lefevre's preached even he didn't like being called an anarchist. He preferred to define himself as an autarky st- which that seems familiar, doesn't it? Yeah. So my only issue with dark money, which I think is a deeply important book is that it declares coke and his fellow travelers to be anarchists. They are not. They seek complete independence from other people because their wealth allows them to believe that is possible actual Anarchist's political theory is literally the opposite of autrey. That was just a layman's terms. A little loss is I want to start. I off on a little bit of rant there. So Charles coke developed a brain Boehner for the ideas of Robert Lefevre's. Yeah, philosopher and rubber Lafayette. I should note was not just a philosopher. He committed mail fraud. A number of times he was an FBI informant during McCarthy's purge of Hollywood. He also orchestrated a movement to purge the girl scouts of communists. He established the freedom school in nineteen fifty seven. According to the freedom school in its curriculum, the gilded age was basically the best time ever in American history in businessman. We know today as robber barons were heroes. The freedom school believed that the poor should be helped only by charity that these civil war had been a terrible mistake, not because of the confederacy support of slavery, but because the union had conscripted people and that was a worse thing than slavery. I should note that the freedom school did not support confederate style slavery. The freedom school actually supported totally different type of slavery. They wanted free people to be able to sell themselves into slavery. Yeah. Now you're. Yeah. I'm like, pulling a handbrake on fish. Right now, excuse me. Yeah, they're kind of nuts. Hey, do you know much if you pay me? Yeah, abuse slave, but then I get that money. Yeah, it's pretty nuts in. It's one of those, like obviously there's a lot of different strains of libertarian thought in. I don't think most libertarians lease that I've met do not support letting people sell themselves into slavery, but that is a chunk of the movement, and it is the chunk of the moment that Charles coke starts out in. So he is very drawn to the ideas of these guys..
"lefevre" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Lastly, I mean, and this up another level of discussion about the kind of the hypocrisy and blind spots. But I guess we all have the media to the fines will get with you in some way. You know, quickstep an extract me talking to Patrick Lefevere this week about on Shamanee. I mean, let's not forget LeFevre in quickstep. Sign Risha ver- on after his doping ban or suspension after he's confession and rerun was a still cheered and everyone waves are everyone wants a photograph. When he's here on the tour. So it's kind of it's kind of strange really, but that's just human nitric as people have their favorites, people are willing to overlook certain things and think, well, bygones a by going. And when it comes to others than not so willing to overlook, but it's not just any kind of suspicion or teams. It makes some unpopular it's the way they right. And I think there's this question is become very person one this week as they as they home in on a winning. The tour with a third writer, and the team sky era began in two thousand twelve at the two thousand eleven to our one by Cadel Evans seems like a long long time ago, and that gives you a sense of just how long this dominance is now has lost it and the way that team sky ride the way that they suffocate the race, the way that they right at the front in the mountains on on others off attacking. It's. It's not a great spectacle on. It doesn't lead to Nestle, exciting racing, you know, we saw fantastic stage the Jiro and free matai when he had to when the circumstances were very different thoughts, kind of what we want to see 'em. But with the the, the strength in numbers sky have in these mountain stages, we don't get an, and so there's. A bit of a crisis. You know, in the third of France by how high to hide to make exciting. Again, when one team has such a stranglehold on the race, I, I understand that you know the team sky fans not understanding why their team are hated, but I go on with football analogy, likes the terminal to it and football, you know, and it's unfair there. The Germans the, you know, Germany as our everybody's favorite most hated team at south of Germany. What? Why is that? While I dunno, maybe that's the why jersey or something. Cycling. Gust is reported by science books, science.
"lefevre" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Junction going toward festivals lane for some time that is no longer the case things are reopened but we got off to a terribly so slow start headed to that he side be ready for big time slowdowns on twenty four and on forty we do have an accident now on northbound sixty five near roselle parks boulevards have guided westbound forty past charlotte on that side of town you're gonna have some backup it's been slow on sixty five into madison a record earlier southbound near briley it is very slow down getting into goodlettsville past vietnam veterans boulevard i'm michael vans traffic every summer of nineteen ninety six four people were murdered a small town in mississippi a black man named curtis flowers was convicted of that crime i'm madeline baron host of in the dark and investigative podcast from american public media new season of in the dark we'll examine why this man has been tried six times for those murders and why wouldn't prosecutor is determined to send him to his death in the dark season two launches may i listen and subscribe on apple podcasts brought to you by paul winkler inc i'm human lefevre go fund me for the family of an officer killed in the line of duty details at five thirty on wtn you know martin short is right comedian i'ma say one of my favorite characters on saturday night live ed grimly you remember ed gremlin almost say and it really pains me when these celebrities come out and say stupid stuff i used to really like sally field but i think she's just probably a lunatic at this point martin shorts has come out swinging against donald trump she spoke to.
"lefevre" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00
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"lefevre" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Yoga do not want to upgrade to iowa's eleven so that is something to check let me slow let me see how i can delay if is does anybody in the chat room no is there a way to to tell the iphone no i i don't i don't want it to upgrade i that's something i should find out because your complaint your question is not at all unusual it isn't it is an unusual in fact to have problems with iowa's upgrades this is a big upgrade um all i can say is i have upgraded my iphone 7 without problems without slowdown battery life is good okay it does fail us numerous security issues okay although i imagine you're you're you're still getting updates to iowa's ten right to your security patches frei was ten so that made me not be quite it up quitting already got i i owe it and on our old right i think and as long as you're getting patches to ten your security is probably fine okay okay chairman's confirmed i believe which is there is no way to stop apple from nagging you lefevre's eagerly gotta be next uh uh that i have one more question have course i'm i uh online bone uh not with my wife but on mine um on facebook and every time somebody pulled thumping on facebook or whatever like thumping on it it showed up on my email oh yeah you can turn that off.