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Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

Frank Beckmann

03:40 min | 2 months ago

Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

"The Michigan court of appeals ordered the trial court today to issue a preliminary injunction against the barber seventy seven year old girl Mankey from Wausau he has been ordered to quote immediately cease all operations that's from the Michigan court of appeals the the child was he cut a judge Matthew Stewart refused issue that preliminary injunction because he said there's no threat here from my missed making who does you know he's got the mask on what he's doing is hair cutting as he's done for sixty years and basically they've they've shut down his business from Lansing the the governor and her her friend the Attorney General the the cold fury at a rate the Michigan department of health and Human Services appealed the case welcome to appeal the case I mean really you think the Carl Mann ki is is leading to sub spread of the virus here is that what you're saying they appealed the case to a three judge panel of the court of appeals will guess what they just issued a ruling and the ruled two to one reversing the trial court in other words are going against Mister Mackey the majority opinion was signed where there's more just wait the majority opinion was signed by judge Stephen Morello you know who judge Stephen Burrell I was I'm I'm guessing you don't he is he's a man who was the former chair of the Saginaw county Democrat park a former chair of the Democratic Party and he was the judge who issued the the lead the majority opinion wrote that the administration's executive power easily encompasses the closing of the fed ex barber shop those once the governor declared a public health emergency the legislature determined that it was up to the department to issue orders protecting the public health majority opinion said accordingly in order to challenge the exercise of that authority apparently he had to present evidence that appellant overstepped the statutory boundaries Appel E. failed to present any evidence to rebut the department's conclusion that operation the shop posed a serious public health danger what about what about the fact that he did supposedly a danger in the first place have you taken the other point of view that he didn't prove that he's not posing a danger well we shouldn't approve me that he's posing a danger I'm just asking but you get a couple grand home appointees on this court they join together and go to the one the the other judges Brock Schwarz or Schwarz celeb sorry an appointee of Rick Snyder he wrote his own opinion Thursday and he concurred with Perot in part and dissented in part but Parolo again the former democratic county party chair in Saginaw voted along with his fellow Grandhomme appointee A. B. rogaine Krause and they teamed up and and shut down the ship the barber once again you believe it I mean you're spending all this time in court and using money to shut down a barber but there's never been any any evidence whatsoever that the man has posed a health threat to anyone will flock to his store he said the you know the problem is he's had the support of some groups that the governor wants to label as violent militia groups are gonna shoot everybody that's which he and the Attorney General or try to tell us anybody really good condition they they've knoll no concept of what the second amendment stands for I'm just I'm

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COVID-19 Restrictions Hamper Efforts To Tame Chicago Gang Shootings

Morning Edition

03:32 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19 Restrictions Hamper Efforts To Tame Chicago Gang Shootings

"People have cut back on their activity during the pandemic apparently include criminals by many measures crime is down but in some big cities people continue shooting people Chicago reports a fifteen percent jump in gun violence compared to this time last year and social distancing makes it harder to work against that violence here's Patrick Smith of WBZ over the past two months it's become clear that a lot of things can be done remotely with phone calls and video conferencing but Terrence Henderson says preventing Chicago gang shootings is not one of them Henderson is a street outreach worker walking the streets and some of the toughest parts of Chicago trying to separate young men from gangs there are dozens like in here many are ex gang members are ex convicts they rely and relationship building and face to face contact you intervene in violent street conflicts Henderson says that's a lot harder now you know we only gave gap brand with no handshaking or half bad or dashlane although again you know we just walked past we meet we speak you know we may contact each other well we're not getting the the everyday Babbage's being able to congregate with people and the coronavirus has taken away other tools there's no in person counseling or drug treatment available no jobs to dangle before gang members looking to change their lives and Henderson says it's making it harder to intervene immediately after shootings to prevent retaliation normally when there's a shooting in his part of Chicago Henderson heads to the hospital a person at risk the most vulnerable state is in the hospital once something happens when you know people don't really get it until it hit him directly like being out of car was it what you know if you like this thank you for watching the war but if you don't like what you feel and how you find the right now you got to change but the pandemic prevents hospital access so guys like Henderson are lurking in hospital parking lots and turning to social media and phone calls to try to reach out John Mackey with the national group the alliance for safety and justice says the challenges are not unique to Chicago I think what a crisis is instructing us in ways that we've never been stretched Mackey says he's seen in time violence groups adapt and take on the role of public health advocacy warning marginalized communities about the dangers of coveted and ways to stay safe and he says groups that don't normally work together domestic violence organizations and rape crisis centers are banding together to coordinate supplies and secure funding some anti violence efforts have moved online with group counseling and job training happening on video conferencing and some anti violence workers see reasons for optimism during a recent online worker training session did L. Gardner shared the story of scene to rival gang members pass each other as each was taking an elderly relative for covert testing Gardner had talked with both of these guys before but hadn't been able to get through to them now they were face to face so these are each other these guys used to be in school they'd be canceled each other right now today so he's always up so it makes my no litigation I would be going to okay make a phone call to to to do some because that person got his older family with him and this person that is old so actually set back and watch them he sat with each other gardener wants to build on that moment to create a broader lasting peace that's tough to do well social distancing but he's still trying for NPR news I'm Patrick Smith in

Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

Golic & Wingo

06:14 min | 5 months ago

Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

"So we had a truck a couple of signings by the Atlanta Falcons over the weekend right to pick up tight end Hayden Hurst from the Baltimore Ravens and they also acquired look Kwan Treadwell a former number one pick for the Minnesota Vikings yeah as the Atlanta falcons roster currently stands right now on offense alone just on offense they have a Levin former first round picks all of these former first round picks quarterback Matt Ryan first round pick Todd Gurley who sign when he was released first round pick Julio Jones first round pick Calvin Ridley first round pick the Quantrill first round pick Hayden Hurst first round pick left tackle Jake Matthews first round pick left guard James carpenter first round pick center Alex Mack former first round pick Chris Lindstrom the right guard former first round pick and right tackle Caleb McGary also that he first started his first round eleven is incredible let them all eleven of them a former first round pick I mean there's no way that's ever happened before right I can't believe that what ever but here's the real question if you had to redraft everyone of these players how many would be former first rounder this okay because I think this is fair Lidstrom McGarry and carpenter I've always been really what one or two years no it's been really since two thousand eleven okay yeah so let's remind me Gerry I think you were taken off or taken them out yeah okay so all of the other nine how many would be redrafted as a first round what's what's going on it's not right absolutely no question that runs for Todd Gurley no yeah I I would say no I would sit well I would say no one quite frankly his a conversation about the value of the position in general could also affect the new with him that was the thing coming out of college yes I look he has fifty eight rushing touchdowns over his first whatever seasons and all the other ones are either in the hall of Famer going let me just say six are we saying first rounder today or go back to the beginning again it would re drawing back to the beginning again because I'm currently the way Todd Gurley came out I mean would you not still take him in the first one that's the question now right are you going to pay for that kind of production from a running back anymore we saw Christian McCaffrey Leonard for net like there's been plenty examples of even a legal or not re signing a big second contract drafting a great one of the first round can still benefit you a lot okay I'm just trying to get to it you know is that what they've done in their right career does that mean where are the first roll worthy to me the girly thing is to your point he had a knee injury coming out of college and right when they signed with the red sign that long term deal with they're trying they got out of now then he was going to be chronic so to me the top group member he was the first one that airports reset the market for running backs and it turned out no he just re establish the old line of thinking but that first three years of production would you that would you spend a first round pick on that because we saw that rand's office how much in common now it always goes like this with the running game but in combination with an offense of line that did really well what you brought into what worth over would you pay for that as the foundation of your off I'm beginning to go the Melkite around here that I'm not sure running back as well because Melvin Gordon was in that same draft and Melvin Gordon is on his team I got an extreme I think that's the biggest conversation we could take out of this is the running back position record number mellow one point eighty never take a running back in the first Rana I wonder for we're slowly but surely going back to it I mean there was a contract a couple years ago with the first running back off the board was late second round out of Tennessee and I think we're going back to that after a bevy running backs being taken so we were definitely in on Matt Ryan yes we're out on Todd Gurley a legit is amazing looking back at Todd Gurley's draft class there's not a lot of got like if you're talking about reworking the top ten Todd Gurley might be the most wealthy in that group maybe outside of Amari Cooper yeah we can we can have that discussion later because that's in it read graphic I think is always fast and you have to wait a certain amount of time Julio Jones know quite well right Calvin Ridley first round too early again I think it's too early last year what he had sixty three receptions okay just under nine hundred okay seven touchdowns I would mean he also can't account for how bad that team ask me yes or no right now I'd say yes but I still think it might be too early Hayden Hurst no not because look they they took marketers later in the draft in the third round he clearly became the tight end of Baltimore which made Hayden Hurst by the way has taken in the first row before Lamar Jackson R. Jackson for Lamar starting you know tight on that team right now marketers you said right Hayden Hurst also dealt with some injuries and stuff there too that's okay in perfect sample size and when you have a guy come on like marquetry who could predict that the way that offense ended up of what he was the Mackey award winner a what he was coming home with one truck will no no Jake Matthews yes I think so I think so I think so do not I meet yeah yeah I mean yes he's been there he's been there is a second contract I also wrote a like doesn't miss a lot of games he's he's dependable yeah I think that's what it our printer are probably not I mean he's he's been a guy that's been in the league for nine years now dependable guy but we're talking about first round right you know I mean when you're twenty four we'll talk about for sure we're talking about top ten picks like a lot yeah yeah yeah I I'd probably lean toward no on that as well yeah yeah Alex Mack yeah absolutely yeah yeah and then the other than what we remember and I think Lidstrom would be headed in that direction yeah kill the guy who's more reach last year get killed the one I have questions about obviously we know the health concerns that existed before the draft earning a hard issue that he had had to deal with early in this time oxygen so there's a lot to hash out with those two but just I mean blows off the page when you just read that number the every single hundred dinners with that crew yeah what eleven Ryan still got its still on that ride to reach for the paycheck first but everyone else has to at least go for their wallets and act like there's also a common I do with you know with my dad so you got rid you got Ridley help you got got this R. Ridley Hearst links from a Gerry all still on their rookie deals you know wrecked yeah everybody else is is all for them yeah if I'm looking at yes correct so yeah they're all fascinating eleven a former first rounders on

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"mackey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"mackey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The thirties all Mackey with meteorologist carbon in ski WBZ Boston's news radio to commemorate black history month the public library in land with some help from the state is featuring a display focusing on black history in Massachusetts WBZ's Carl Stevens sat down with Nicole McLean the children's librarian and land about their newest exhibit what we have is an exhibit called freedoms agenda it comes from the Commonwealth museum it is a traveling exhibit that they are able to bring around to different areas that request it how would you describe the exhibit the exhibit tells of petitions that African Americans made to the Massachusetts court for their freedom or for educational purposes or just to live a more just life and I'm in Massachusetts Boston society it's a history lesson really yeah it is a history lesson exactly so you get to walk around in the yeah panels are are numbered and they tell you tell a story of different African Americans that petitioned find different situations throughout their life can you tell me why for this community that sort of less and this sort of exhibit is important well in honor of Marin picking day in honor of black history month I thought it would be a good exhibit her brain to land because it tells the history of Massachusetts itself not the history of the file or are we not removed from it basically it brings it to our community and it's relevant to our state so it makes it more I guess more important for us to now and it sheds a light on our part in the whole situation it literally his soul exactly that's exactly what it does and that's why I thought it was perfect to bring you down to let the limb public library to expose people to the the plight of African Americans in our state that's interesting because when we think about the evolution of rights in that space with the black community we do often think of the March in Selma we think the civil rights movement in the south and we forget that Massachusetts played a role too yes a huge role I mean in the seventeen hundreds before you know eighteen sixty three but the link in our eighty sixty five we Juneteenth we had a a black women petition for her slavery in the seventeen hundreds and she actually won her name was mom dad and that that that story is told with the exit and coming up we'll have more news start something new and one ninety five Chrysler jeep Dodge ram on Roger street in Lowell where the goal is to provide customers with quality vehicles and superior service for ninety five Chrysler.

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It’s Super Bowl Week

ESPN Radio

09:15 min | 7 months ago

It’s Super Bowl Week

"David Tyree catch Malcolm Butler picked what do you want to force always forward to is super bowls of Jim Nagy the the senior bowl Reese's senior bowl director joins us now you're the show opens up a foreman plan Jim you know I love bringing those two losses up over the four winds because they are the two of the more historic losses we've ever seen in Super Bowl history how are your partner I'm doing great intake from young Courtney yeah that that's the worst part of Superbowl time for me now with all the highlight packages before lead up to the game always showed up to play its role and you were part of obviously yes as I mentioned to both of them before we get into the game and taking us behind the scenes what it's like for coaches scouts during Super Bowl week listless codes back to the Reese's senior bowl when you go back and look at the film and practice and the guys who really stood out give us a few names for every NFL team RB well and fell fans team is not in the Superbowl a few people that that could help their team coming up next season and I wanna drafted in April yeah it's you know we've actually been doing that the last couple days in the office that would be that you could director the game week itself I I'm walking around in and you know talking to GM's and coaches and trying to reconnect with people at an end this year we had some we took some roster hits during the week so I was trying to fill it roster holster practice so we better go back to the tape but a couple of years but a bunch of players that have stood out but dental dams to wide receiver from Baylor had a great week six six three two hundred fifteen pounds what is the right of Baylor another one Antonio Guinea gold and is another big receiver from liberty six four two twenty had a great week chase Claypool with six four two thirty really good we got a Notre Dame another deep inside of all Josh you Jay really stood out you know it's a linebacker for Michigan he can play off the ball he can play Alanis courage you can rush the passer are you sure all of that during the practice week so the cool thing was during the week this this your guys we we we we voted on our practice player the week we had that we have the players do it and I I felt like that meant a lot more to them that it came from their peers and and we really have to position group they went against the most during the week so line voted on the line no corners vote in a white out invites versus so I posted those on our on our Twitter and everything so everyone could see those entry now going back to watch the tape I think the players really got it right we love talking about quarterbacks it really is never too early to start stacking your board will who stood out to you the most in a jail it hurts is obviously the big name coming into the week but by the end of the week where do you I guess you're one through three who should we be looking at that position what are your according Jaylen with it was a big name come in a week if you the big week all week you know just from is tied to the state of Alabama with our game beautiful Beale everything it up did up in Tuscaloosa I DO and had a really strong week he really did you got better you know you got better as the week went on kind of like Daniel Jones did last year Justin Herbert what the overall practice player of the week again voted on by the players that that he was the game MVP as well so just in case a minute really he lit up every day he's got everything you need the big very intelligent death politic you got a strong arm he was accurate all week in really what he showed behind the scenes with the answer a lot of questions that people might have about the leadership and I I don't know why they were questions out there about that but the time Justin he's got a he's got a really good way about him teammates really responded to him all week we put him in a bunch of different situations where you have to show that leadership he just to be just a great kid I got a talking to dad they they did a great job with this on it it made me think yet enjoyed love would be the other one throw that grow in that mix and their direct your junior from Utah state who really talented really natural thrower you know do a great ball all week we just they were so far we've just gone through the one on one at that and a little bit of the team here at seventeen got to the game yet but but Jordan had a really strong week and then in the game entity Gordon for Washington state but the offer the player the game for his side you know he was backed up Gardner Menchu last year in Washington state if you've gotten sandlot look them up all or two and then you get the game to do just make things happen so many did that on Saturday the other quarterback group is really strong this year Jim nagging at the senior bowl director here with us on it pretty fits image on ESPN radio according Cronin infer Freddy I mean if it's Simmons and an elaborate a little bit more on Jordan love because talking to a tech coach Gary Andersen a Utah state he likened him to possibly when it comes to do the draft stock the next to Josh Alan where his stock could skyrocket during Super Bowl week DD do you agree with that do you think he had that kind of a week yes interval week but I got you here right coach any any any you know he's but he's wanted a lot of places and I think that your Jordan came into the year with a really high expectations there was a lot of media types that first round great Doug Jordan enter in sort of the league so that we you know him being a junior graduate are fortunate enough to get him and he didn't have the kind of the year that that maybe a lot of people expected at Utah state I think the no the coaching change you know at definitely had something to do with it it's it's hard it's hard runner whose game the first year that's why what Joe burrow did with Joe Brady coming in for the St Louis with you know even more impressive like I don't think Joe burrows got enough credit for that he was running a scheme for the first time but you know in Jordan I think Jordan might've been feeling the expectations of of the first round step two we don't have a chance to really talk about that when he came down to mobile last week but but the judge with the Josh our comparison it is a very good one you know Josh was the guy that statistically didn't have a great last year while making that came down to to your call and let it up but we all know how that turned out he went seventh overall so could Jordan get back up in the top ten I mean I I don't know that I mean that's that's pretty lofty but he did he did everything you could do down here you such a natural pro respond watch all week so it'll just be like you're the profits worry and up but I do think it's gonna be a starter at the next level one of my favorite assignments that we do every year at the senior bowl from ESPN will go around and ask outs kind of for their take on what they're seeing it practice and since it is Superbowl week it's always fun to hear the comparisons to guys were being you are playing in the game currently it in Harrison Bryant from Florida Atlantic one of our so you know one of our reporters ask out and he said quote he can beat George cattle two point now do you see that sort of comparison you know here so it's really good the past game it really is I mean Kittles kills really developed in a such a good blocker into get Georgia's coming out of that I will program where they used the tide and a lot of a lot of scrimmage though this from a background standpoint here isn't going to be a little bit behind for work short was coming out in any not quite as big a body of George kill but in the past can definitely you know higher than what the Mackey award for a reason because he can you know he's really good after the cat he's he's really athletic you catch the ball it is really good after the catch in which you didn't really see it after you he didn't run a whole you know he did run a a lot of it run a lot of different routes and that's what the that's what the scalp got that the that this week in mobile was with him running all those route that is going to have to do with the next level and his ability to separate get open yeah I mean I think you're the couple tied into this year's group Paris and be in one of them you know a guy Bryson Hopkins from Purdue had a great week out and drop in a small school player gate and had a great week I think I think those three guys might be the you know the first three cat up the board this year what is the deepest position group that you have observed so far you know it's probably what out in again a lot of it has to do with the junior class is really strong at the top with jury duty he Nick in the engine all from Colorado I mean there's a lot of good ones but the senior class is loaded you know we had with a guy come to mobile and it is a little banged up when he got here so we had to you know he didn't pass the physical but Brandon are you calling from Arizona state is a really explosive guy I think he's going to go in the first round and then all those names I mentioned before you know it getting including those K. J. hill mile state with the guy that was voted Platt practice clear the week from his side of it from inside of the team so then it is wide receiver crew it's all going to depend on where that run happens you know I think there's teams that are probably feel like they've got it well enough where they can wait to the third or fourth round and get a starter you know maybe hit on the next Terry McLaurin who is in the funeral last year when the third round it as you guys know how to add an unbelievable you rookie year for for the Redskins so but it you know how many first rounder that'll just be you know when they start going they start calling everyone kind of panic that it it starts taking them so depending on when their run goes it'll be interesting but there's a bunch of first round talent type receivers Mr strapped Reese's senior bowl director four time Super Bowl champion Jim Nagy here with us on ESPN radio Corning Corning ami AMP at Simmons and let's get to the Superbowl you you watch that game also as much as anybody and you scouted take us

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"mackey" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast

Indigenous 100 Podcast

03:53 min | 9 months ago

"mackey" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast

"Tend seek it But actually what it realized what she gave me was the scene so actually I had a gift for storytelling tally communication and for communication and for trying to get a message across clearly. Didn't have the influence of the judges. It's nothing so this was really interesting. If it was ninety ninety three in fast food citizens evenly as I think the beginning of two thousand one maybe the end of two thousand Wayne Wing the Knicks. Thomas Ui was. We were both applying for the one Giovane Kennedy and what was what what was really interesting was an R.. Movie was thinking so what happened. Was I'd say my seat and I got a phone call from Wadi stiffer the producer Lisa. WHO said look? I just want to ask thinking. Wow Mali stiffened was like look. We've short-listed we've got twenty one applications with shortlisted three and you're not one of them but I wrote a really creative have cover leader and he said to me the we we we will give you an interview as well as three people shortlisted. We're flying the men Would you make your own way to Oakland and I said yet I'll make my own Miami. Look you've got to be smart. Four o'clock you interviews the okay cool. So I- I hitch hiked a stain and TIKKI TIKKI or stain. Took you talk. So I had shocked to Oakland and are beginning Kamanga which is about Allah and I run Khalid and those days to do a rookie who had gone to school with and so two seed to hybrid could Anita Anita together. And he said he offering you I I need from. He was wearing it because he just be made up at colludes function and he gave me a suit outside the outside teams. Winning ahead swift pitches shorter than me so I looked like poindexter on him and and my paints like way too short shit was too and was rough his guts and remember when I walked in and my heart sunk when I saw you sitting me and I was thinking. Oh not this guy. I'm trying to make this into just wondering you got me on to talk about but I know it's opinion but she our members and I sit down and I don't know if you remember this seats me one of the big problems and I. It was a POW played gills. And sit to me Man The biggest problem. If I get this job Elba's of only got three six myself. I believe three Pisa funding worried about whether or not the straw. Aw but I've got to give it some Wadi Intending Mullen. You think it was the other piece in that was instrumental is what they did was rather than appoint one person they recognize. The both of us had skill and talent and by gave us both a jolt and I pretty much realized straightaway. They would those future the present time. So it's Kinda trick to being a producer so luna e Turkey I e General Michael quit. Hey Kate Hudson I think he independently more here. Oh my aching.

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"mackey" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

True Crime: By The Book

11:47 min | 9 months ago

"mackey" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

"So of course you have police there and of course they have cameras taking pictures of this Car Accident and when I opened the door and yelled help they looked up. They left that accident. Dan and they immediately started taking pictures of me because I looked battered. I was in horrible shape but I was like not as bad as that motherfucker in there and I know it's not funny because but that was it. That was my by moment. That was when he said that he would kill me. I took that as a promise and I have not looked back so now have men tried to emotionally domain. Me Yes yes. Some men have tried to Emotionally me mentally abused me but never will I accept physical abuse point blank in period. You put your hands on me. That's it now not saying this because I'm saying see she was wrong and I was right because both of us both of us me being around the same age that India was and then Going through at a you know pretty much. The same type hype of behavior is just by the grace of God that I walked away that I was able to move. I mean we if you want the the rest of the story I was homeless in Atlanta. My son and I were staying in shelters. I'm sitting up all night Matt. Mind you both of us have broken legs. I'm sitting up all night. Epp shelters let him sleep while I watched over him. This is an experience that I did did not have to go through. I did not have to go through all of those things if I would have just known my worth from the beginning so I'm saying to any young lady out there. Don't let it go this far. Not just young ladies young men as well. Don't let it go this far if if a woman is constantly demeaning. You constantly beating you down physically or mentally. Do you have to for your own sanity and safety check out this year alone there have been countless. enlists women that I'm looking even right now. We are still looking for a neier blanchard. Who was last seen with some knucklehead ass man and now there was a young lady back home in Indiana beautiful young lady? I can't remember her name. Beautiful young lady who went out on a date with a jealous jealous piece of shit and they found her body in a suitcase on the side of the road. So what I'm saying to you is when somebody displays this that they give zero fucks about your personal safety when a person displays that they'd give zero fucks talks about your rights as a human suggest live without being abused. You have to think of it on your own to say I gotta get the Fuck Outta here I got to go I cannot I cannot be the next true crime story story where everybody is sharing your story and you had to die for the story to be told. They're not playing only if they say they're gonNA beat your ass. They GonNa beat your ass if they say they're going to kill you. Promise you if they don't kill you today they're gonNA kill you now. If you need assistance in getting out there are a myriad of places that will help but off. Top is the domestic the national domestic violence hotline. That's off top and you can just call them anytime. Hi Eight hundred seventy nine seven two three three. I'm going to repeat that number. Eight hundred seventy nine nine nine seven two three three. That's here in the states you can also go to hotline dot. Org and you will find a lot of a wealth of information Concerning domestic violence whether you are being abused because some people don't realize that this is abuse abuse it's easy to talk about the physical part of it but if somebody is calling you bitches in holes and sluts and telling you you stupid moving you your your family hates you. Your family doesn't care for you and Bitch. You can't even do this. What kind of woman are you? You can't cook. You can't clean if somebody is doing this to you constantly gently. Guess what. You're being abused if somebody is financially abusing you if in it it makes me think of her name. Susan Cox Powell. It makes me think of that. He he financially abused her. He mentally abused her. And if you don't know what I'm talking about I'm sorry I just keep throwing cases out there but yeah he hit. Her body has never been recovered. We can't can't even see you know how she was killed if she was killed. Who Killed Her? Because there's been no recovery of her remains however The husband husband in that case ended up killing himself and his two children. Now if you are going through this this type of treatment if you're being treated in a horrible way being abused and your family is a little standoffish official about assisting you can go to the police and I know that is the last thing a lot of us WanNa do because you think you love this person and you don't I wanna see them locked up. Well guess what they either going to be locked up for. beat known you or they're going to be locked up for killing you. It'd it'd be much more conducive for you to go ahead and call the police while you're still alive just like the police said in a the people magazine article that I just read to you. If you feel like you're in this type of situation and you have an opportunity planning exit make your exit strategy. Maybe one day especially. If you don't have children really works out whale just one day when you're supposed to be doing something mundane going to work that day. Tell your your boss. What's going on call in and move in and I mean that's really it this last situation that I'm in a relationship a couple of years back and he? He started feeling like this. What you're doing to me is is kind of demeaning in his kind of abusive an exit strategy is what ended? What wound me up here in Houston and told him I was going to see my son GonNa GonNa go take a trip trips? must not I'll be back and I took whatever I could carry on the plane with me and I never returned because he started giving me not physically abusive. Never can I say this man put his hands on me but he was starting to beat me down emotionally emotionally. And I'm like mentally and I'm like no no no I'm starting to feel like you're pushing the wrong buttons and I got the fuck out because because they're not so much life left at this point I'm I'm in the middle of the he'll I guess you could say and I'm not gonNA spend. It's not one extra moment not one extra second feeling like I'm worthless in anybody. Who makes me feel? Oh like I need to question my own worth. I can do without them. Friend family whomever if you you make me question myself about my worth fuck you. I will see you in my rear view so hello I'm saying all of these things because I do want to reach at least one person if one person listen to this and says I'm the Fuck Outta there. I feel like I've done my job if you just need to talk to somebody body and you want to know if what's going on in your situation is abuse first of all if you've gotta question that it probably but secondly I am on hundred percent onboard with helping young ladies older ladies young men older men. They realize what's going on in their situation. I'm helping them to come to the proper conclusion about what they can do to make sure they are living even their best life. You can catch up with me by TV at G MAIL DOT COM that's T. we see by TV at gmail.com. I'm also on. All the things are the social media accounts are TC by TB. We if you would like to assist this this little podcast financially. I'm also on Patriot. You can go. Patriarch Dot com slash. TC BY TB. I'm always here. Have anybody needs to reach out. I will always be here if I don't get back back to you. Within the first few minutes I guarantee you. I'm going to get back to you because this is very very near in dear to my heart is very important to me to make sure that that my listenership fit knows that they have a safe place. Now I've talked on and on and on I gave gave you my story if you'd like to share your story if you want to do a story timing in you'd like to share your story of how you got out of an abusive situation situation. I welcome any story and I will share it without identifying you if that is important to you again. T. You see Bhai. TB At gmail.com. I really don't have an awful lot more to say I will get that growing up butter fuko episode episode out for you guys next week but this was very very very important to me and I felt like I needed to vent and to share here. You guys look in the show notes if you need that phone number for the national domestic violence hotline and also hotline Dot Org if you need a reminder mind revette always in the show notes for this episode you can definitely find it and with that being said please rate review share the show and I will catch you guys on the next one later. Book words.

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The Mustang Grows Up — And Goes Green

America's Truckin' Network

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

The Mustang Grows Up — And Goes Green

"It's official from the automaker Ford when you think of a Mustang you probably picture a muscle car but the new Mustang Mackey is something a little differences Ford's Ted Candace some people it's just my thing is always for them and their entire trajectory of their lifestyle in this really wide and what a Mustang could be from a body style so can give some additional opportunities that you've never had before the monkey is a four door cross over and it's electric we have two battery packs of standard and then an extended range back going to have to and over three hundred mile range but can it says it's not all about efficiency and our GT buried in the year or the sixties that are going to be in the mid three the machi starts at just over forty three grand and that's before seventy five hundred dollar Evey tax credit don't worry if you still wanna be eight Mustang though it's another horse in the stable if you will I'm Dave Packer

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"mackey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"mackey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mackey with a meteorologist car but didn't ski on new York's weather station ten ten way ones news time turning fifty three all this week ten ten wins has been looking at those never ending construction projects on the impact they have on our daily lives today our al Jones looks at some of the long term solutions to the problem in the final part of our series the breakdown road work ahead generations have relied on the car driving needs to be the less convenient option joker triples with transportation alternatives where no maybe it makes more sense to pay a little bit more to park somewhere and take a train or bus and in those buses will be self driving doctor Ryan chan is co founder of the autonomous technology company off the bus ride in all the sensors pick up certain objects so we're able to detect pedestrians bicyclists cars and then we try to do is apply artificial intelligence to predict how those moving objects will move in space storage warts with the coalition for smarter growth in Washington says urban areas are where people and the companies want to be separated office parks and shopping centers and homes have meant more traffic than we can handle and in fact a lot of people around here say that office parks are dead convenient transit hubs dedicated bus lanes a combination of old and new to get around the road work ahead al Jones ten ten wins news the filling podcast of our series the break down road work ahead can be downloaded at ten ten when star com slash the break down when news time ten fifty five air him didn't take you to paradise the twenty four hour air service flying vacationers in business people alike to locations on the east coast including Martha's vineyard Saratoga springs the Hamptons Atlantic city Nantucket bar harbor Boston anymore just call eight hundred five one six forty four thirty or visit air Hamptons dot.

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Milky Way galaxy on 'collision course' with nearby 'monster' galaxy

Sean Hannity

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Milky Way galaxy on 'collision course' with nearby 'monster' galaxy

"Is worrying about the world ending well here's something the headline reads Milky Way galaxy on collision course with nearby monster galaxy yup the home to all life that we know of the Milky Way is on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy the observations of five telescopes show Andromeda known as in thirty one has a much bigger and more complex stellar halo than the Milky Way which indicates it has cannibalized many more galaxies possibly larger ones spitting out leftovers streams of stars Australian National University researcher Dougal Mackey says the Milky Way is on a collision course with and. Ramadan so if you're concerned about the end of the world as we know it pick up the journal nature you'll find that we have about four billion years to worry

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Johnson & Johnson Loses Oklahoma Opioid Case, but the Stock Rises

MarketFoolery

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson Loses Oklahoma Opioid Case, but the Stock Rises

"Let's begin with johnson and johnson an oklahoma adjudge has ordered j. and j. to pay five hundred and seventy two million for est role in the state's opioid crisis now johnson and johnson argued that its marketing and sales activities <hes> where lawful and that it was not at fault for the crisis but jason and the judge in the court obviously disagreeing j._j. Will appeal. He'll the ruling now the interesting thing here shares of j. j. up today around two percent and that may be related to the fact that oklahoma had sought assault more than seventeen billion in damages so relatively speaking could've been worse. Yeah you're right. I think that's that's really the takeaway or the market's reaction makes a lot of sense because as you do have close released. There are some certainty now in five hundred seventy two million dollars as a whole heck of a lot less than seventeen billion so i've heard so it puts things in perspective for johnson and johnson and johnson and johnson as a business pulled in around nineteen billion dollars in free cash over the last twelve months on eighty one billion dollars dollars in sales so clearly these guys are going to be just fine <hes> but mackey no listen. I've got an opinion regarding this. I wanna call bs or bs needs to be called in in to me and i appreciate not sitting. You're saying that the opioid crisis is something that you don't assign blame to just one entity with this. My problem is the more and more research is where was the f._d._a. In all of this because to me like the f._d._a. Is the the ultimate check brian. I mean that's the organization where the buck really should be stopping and if you do a little research into this and everything that's been going on with the opioid crisis uses and then oxy continents are where things started back and i think it was like nineteen. Ninety-five i mean clearly big pharma was complicit in really trying to push rush the f._d._a. To <hes> take some more lenient types of approaches to marketing and whatnot but the fact is the f._d._a. Folded the f._d._a. Okay basically buckled and said okay yeah sure do whatever and they did it basically with with no backing from science whatsoever and so you saw this period of time. I'm where a lot of these <hes> opioids these big pharma companies were able to market them in such a way that they made made it seem as if they were appropriate treatment for more conditions for longer periods of time when really that wasn't the case i mean science clearly tells us that that some of these drugs are extremely addictive and it can ruin people's lives <hes> in so i i go back to. I appreciate the fact that oklahoma is trying to hold big pharma accountable. I think big pharma should be held accountable. I also very much believe the f._d._a. Should be held accountable leader to and i don't know that they necessarily or being thrown in the spotlight in the same way <hes> i oh i think about it from the perspective as a parent i mean let's make this relatable. This is like when you're a parent in your kid is lobbying you to tack on a bear claw to the frozen the mint chocolate chip coffey kulata that you're getting the dunkin donuts right. I mean it doesn't mean you have to do it. Your the check right. You're the one that says no. Maybe that's a little bit too much. You know maybe it's unpopular decision. You have to say no but i feel like the f._d._a. Should it should have been a little bit more fun here years ago and said you know what no no. Let's wait and maybe have some science on her side before we start making some of these decisions i confess. I didn't really follow you after you said barracuda i mean there are a lot of players. This is a crisis that i mean almost half a billion people or half a million people over the last couple of decades kids have suffered <hes> deaths from the choruses and <hes> johnson johnson is saying specifically to this case is that they only represented one percent of the oh boy the opioid sold in oklahoma so it's unfair for them to get to tacked on with this <hes> with this ruling from the shareholder perspective johnson johnson which i am at jason said i mean this is for them. Analyst were actually hoping for less than one billion dollars. Which is i in in the ruling rolling mac which is one reason why the talk i think up today even though the oklahoma was looking for seventeen more than seventeen billion analysts were probably expecting less than a billion or so so i think and the markets reacting positively to that they have some closure. It is still tied up in court. This will be the first one from state. Oklahoma was the first this will obviously now start to set open other potential cases for this so there's a little precedent set here at least for now but from johnson johnson you have us companies three injured and three seven billion dollars market cap. It yields more than three percent. The s the ten year now is at one and a half so it's more than double the ten year bond yield and so investors looking at this saying hey. I still have a fairly stable dividend payer. <hes> it's a large companies. It's not going to light the world on fire from capitol appreciation perspective but now you have this kind of at least for right now a little bit behind them and then get onto running the business as jason said they generate substantial substantial cash flows that they're going to continue to invest into their business but this will now be open for more interpretations by more courts and more states and and i doubt oklahoma will be the first okay. I want to push back on the stock of it because you mentioned your shareholder. Yeah you look jay over the last five years stock up somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty two percent the market s._n._p. Up almost double that around forty two percent when i look at these incredibly diversified conglomerates it's like j._j. There's a point where i say why not just own index fund instead yeah well. I mean we had that conversation before and i think it's a fair question. <hes> i mean enj j and j is one. I don't own personally but have recommended and recommended more on the potential for the future and i i don't know that a lot of people really think about some of the bets that j._j.'s placing today <hes> in regard to the future of medicine and i'm talking about <hes> things like robotic surgery injury they have a wing of the business called ethicon and <hes> <hes> the the founder of intuitive surgical has played a big role in helping johnson johnson build out that part of the business so i think it's exciting when you look at all of the resources a company like that has at its disposal in leadership that is starting to look forward into how how technology can really change the healthcare space <hes> i. It is a bit frustrating. Perhaps the way the stock is performed in the past. That doesn't necessarily i mean it's going to be that way in the future. <hes> in eighty made a great point there in that it's not going to lie to the world on fire from capital appreciation perspective but but really investing investing good investing is about making sure you have a nice diversified portfolio and i think john jay can be a great sort of healthcare stalwart again knocking like the world on fire up. It would be very reliable. <hes> you know they're going to get past situations like this. It's gonna make them better <hes> in they'll continue to invest in in in new parts of the business going forward yeah. The only reason i think really jason great point about some of their investments and innovations but really it's it's. It's the dividend play that you're going to get substantial yield. Let's that's that's much higher than at least the ten year but when you look at bond funds basically yielding about bond funds and then you have the potential for capital appreciation so i think that is really the investment case for johnson johnson they make the innovations is probably one of the as jason said the probably the best stalwart healthcare our company out there my mind but yeah it's not. It's not going to be one of these. One that is going to complete change your portfolio. It's going to be much more stable player but fifty eighty seven consecutive years. They just raised their dividend for the fifty seventh consecutive year so i mean there are a lot of folks out there that are looking for that kind of of reliability for their portfolio and as you get older and you get into that sort of took the protect your wealth phase of your life. I mean this is great. This is a great one. Look at from that income

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Largest publisher of scholarly journals cuts off UC researchers amid cost dispute

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Largest publisher of scholarly journals cuts off UC researchers amid cost dispute

"University of California researchers need to spend a little extra time to get to the latest articles KCBS reporter Pete keep Menconi explains why you see a kind of contract negotiations with Elsevier in February now Elsevier the world's largest journal publisher has cut you see off from access to all of its newly released publications while researchers do have workarounds gets a pretty major inconvenience so why is you see making this stand Jeffrey Mackey Mason who is help lead you sees negotiations with Elsevier says the UC system is trying to push the publisher to move towards open access for its journals by getting rid of its pay walls and making all of the articles that use the researchers published free for anyone to read universities committed to what is called open access which is publishing and paying for the publications up front but the making available to the world to read for free that's the right thing for society in the short run at this can be some pain in a statement Elsevier said that it was sad and to take the step but it's also questioning whether open access is really the main motivator for you see suggesting the system is also facing cost pressures both sides say they hope to resume

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"mackey" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Don't worry about it. I control him. I will not let him put you on the block do not worry. Anthony, I control him. Now, these two things in in a row for Anthony is they are like. I don't like this all of a sudden Mackey saying my name Steph is saying that she controls Mackey. That's probably true. And if that's true, why is he saying my name if she controls him than I don't control him. And he's a dangerous person to have somebody else controlling him. Especially somebody that I don't control. Oh boy. I don't like this. I don't like this says Anthony, so Anthony goes to Dane, and he says, hey date. Some things have happened here. Makie has been thrown my name around. Steph is saying that she controls Mackey. I don't I don't know, man. I don't think we can work with a puppet. I don't think I don't think that's right for us to do. I think that this guy's dropping my name. I think he has to go and Dane is like. Sam. Mackey will take out sale. What are you talking about? Anthony. We mean same God, we need MAC takeout sale. And Anthony's like, yeah. But I don't I don't think MAC, I don't think Mackie's direct guy to do it. I don't think I don't think we can keep a man. I don't think this. I don't think this is good. I don't think this is right in Dana 's he's just like, no, how will I get set out. If back he's not in the house. How will it happen? She'll win the game. She'll she'll take Adam away from me. Pretty sure that's what was going on his head. Reality reacts the chances. I'm honestly surprised MAC and implementer world pieces. I. So clueless. So true. I don't know what he's doing in so bad, man. JR says so you're saying buying ten Mackey stocks steak. Might be might be here. So anthony. He's he's on board at this point. He wants Mackey gone..

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"mackey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Don't worry about it. I control him. I will not let him put you on the block do not worry. Anthony, I control him. Now, these two things in in a row for Anthony is they are like. I don't like this all of a sudden Mackey saying my name Steph is saying that she controls Mackey. That's probably true. And if that's true, why is he saying my name if she controls him than I don't control him. And he's a dangerous person to have somebody else controlling him. Especially somebody that I don't control. Oh boy. I don't like this. I don't like this says Anthony, so Anthony goes to Dane, and he says, hey date. Some things have happened here. Makie has been thrown my name around. Steph is saying that she controls Mackey. I don't I don't know, man. I don't think we can work with a puppet. I don't think I don't think that's right for us to do. I think that this guy's dropping my name. I think he has to go and Dane is like. Sam. Mackey will take out sale. What are you talking about? Anthony. We mean same God, we need MAC takeout sale. And Anthony's like, yeah. But I don't I don't think MAC, I don't think Mackie's direct guy to do it. I don't think I don't think we can keep a man. I don't think this. I don't think this is good. I don't think this is right in Dana 's he's just like, no, how will I get set out. If back he's not in the house. How will it happen? She'll win the game. She'll she'll take Adam away from me. Pretty sure that's what was going on his head. Reality reacts the chances. I'm honestly surprised MAC and implementer world pieces. I. So clueless. So true. I don't know what he's doing in so bad, man. JR says so you're saying buying ten Mackey stocks steak. Might be might be here. So anthony. He's he's on board at this point. He wants Mackey gone..

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"mackey" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And they're they're concerned that if Mackey stays they're going to start to form a bro alliance. Oh that would be that would be dangerous. Don't start a bro alliance. But it's just again like the second people start to think that Mackey is staying the guy alliance just like starts to fall apart where everybody starts to catch on. And do something about Mackey staying that is just so bad for them because because they shouldn't be doing it. And so that it's not looking good. It's not looking good for the pretty boys. It's not looking good for Kira? And cure is going to you know, they're gonna try to go to Damian try to campaign to Damian a bit here curate tells him that Mackey is a wildcard he SOGA comps. He and he can be controlled. That's the problem with Mackey is that Mackey is controlled by other people, and he's good at competitions. Which means that means he's a wild card to anybody that is not controlling him. Because you don't know who's controlling Mackey. And that means that anybody can be directing him to do anything doing their duty work doing things that they wouldn't want to do themselves. That's dangerous. You don't want that in the house? I on the other hand and predictable. I cannot be controlled you know, where I'm coming from. You know, who I'm loyal to. I'm a known element in this house. That's why you should want to keep me Damian and Damian. Then didn't work than work. Anyway, the feeds go down for a little while. And we then discover that the H competition is going to be a question some kind of question competition memory related there are studying for it. So the the string of physical competitions has ended, and we will have some fun. Hopefully with the pretty boys realizing they can't just win every competition. Unless of course, they win this one too. But we'll find out that will be tonight's probably almost definitely not on the episode itself. But we'll find out tonight. Once the feeds come back who has won the new age h so that'll be fun. However. Well, the feeds were down. Some stuff went down. Remember at the top of the update. I'm your ten minutes ago. I queued up that. Mackey was having trouble. I think remembering the right name Dane was like, hey, no, don't say Danes, Damian and Machias like Damian Damian Anthony, no Damian. Anthony, I can't remember a. It happened. He said the wrong name. And I don't know why. I don't know why. But apparently Mackey said that he would put Anthony on the block to some people which dangerous, right? Then he went to Anthony and said, hey, Anthony, I told some people that I'm putting you on the block. Okay. So Anthony's like well. Why I don't like that. I don't like that at all he talks to Steph about it. And Steph says, hey, don't worry don't. He's just throwing names out. He's just being he's just being Mackie's being dumb..

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"mackey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And they're they're concerned that if Mackey stays they're going to start to form a bro alliance. Oh that would be that would be dangerous. Don't start a bro alliance. But it's just again like the second people start to think that Mackey is staying the guy alliance just like starts to fall apart where everybody starts to catch on. And do something about Mackey staying that is just so bad for them because because they shouldn't be doing it. And so that it's not looking good. It's not looking good for the pretty boys. It's not looking good for Kira? And cure is going to you know, they're gonna try to go to Damian try to campaign to Damian a bit here curate tells him that Mackey is a wildcard he SOGA comps. He and he can be controlled. That's the problem with Mackey is that Mackey is controlled by other people, and he's good at competitions. Which means that means he's a wild card to anybody that is not controlling him. Because you don't know who's controlling Mackey. And that means that anybody can be directing him to do anything doing their duty work doing things that they wouldn't want to do themselves. That's dangerous. You don't want that in the house? I on the other hand and predictable. I cannot be controlled you know, where I'm coming from. You know, who I'm loyal to. I'm a known element in this house. That's why you should want to keep me Damian and Damian. Then didn't work than work. Anyway, the feeds go down for a little while. And we then discover that the H competition is going to be a question some kind of question competition memory related there are studying for it. So the the string of physical competitions has ended, and we will have some fun. Hopefully with the pretty boys realizing they can't just win every competition. Unless of course, they win this one too. But we'll find out that will be tonight's probably almost definitely not on the episode itself. But we'll find out tonight. Once the feeds come back who has won the new age h so that'll be fun. However. Well, the feeds were down. Some stuff went down. Remember at the top of the update. I'm your ten minutes ago. I queued up that. Mackey was having trouble. I think remembering the right name Dane was like, hey, no, don't say Danes, Damian and Machias like Damian Damian Anthony, no Damian. Anthony, I can't remember a. It happened. He said the wrong name. And I don't know why. I don't know why. But apparently Mackey said that he would put Anthony on the block to some people which dangerous, right? Then he went to Anthony and said, hey, Anthony, I told some people that I'm putting you on the block. Okay. So Anthony's like well. Why I don't like that. I don't like that at all he talks to Steph about it. And Steph says, hey, don't worry don't. He's just throwing names out. He's just being he's just being Mackie's being dumb..

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"mackey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Mackey there. Frankly, you there. Let's move on from that Avalon WIP. Hi, friends. Oh, I can't believe that guy. Just called you Judy MAC. I don't care. What's on your mind? Too much. How are you? Good. Thanks. I was your New Year's good. Good. Good. Good. You fall. Yeah. Well, I gotta ask you questions. Yes, sir. How's your Maliki? Mark Dillon link. Monk is not doing that. Balance is pretty good at least better than our boy. Right. Listen me Phillips's pick somebody on the phone with Mark. How false right now. Just terrible. And I don't want to take the last few minutes this show that he was in the bears. I just walk how false in college. I watch college basketball. Never liked him in Washington. I said that I thought they made a bad trade. I thought when they took him first. But even in my wildest dreams, I never would have their kid is my team's player. But whatever, I Gotcha. Game the more. Yes, sir. I think there's a reason why Super Bowl champs six and a half point dog. That's a Chicago line Battersea Santa Fe national line. I mean, Chicago doesn't control the bedding anymore in Philadelphia. Does. No. But that line tells you everything you need to know. No. It doesn't what does it. Tell me. Super Bowl champs and sound doll. I don't listen. I understand sports betting. I think as well as anybody on this planet. I don't believe the lines tell you that much of anything, except what people think I don't let lines tell me who's going to win a football game. Was this London tummy any of that, squirrel? Douche. This line is too high. Assume the line makers are flawless that. Everybody else in the world can make mistakes and line makers and the public can't because I don't think that way the Super Bowl chance our dog because they are one the game starts that doesn't matter. I agree but seven point six and a half. It tells me what does it tell you. Keep say tells you Loppy you'll say one word about what it tells you let me tell you. What is the Super Bowl? Said the same thing twenty five times equated to nothing to be honest with you said nothing. By the way, we're talking about temples coach in the during the break. The Manny Diaz and. Who luck to temple finding a coaches? Competent won't won't want to go somewhere. If they Bill the program, but that's what temple is in the AFC. This. Yes. Howard bears running back fifth round pick some Indiana. From those kinds of schools played football Nick with a nightside film school. And enjoy our is gonna be you. Gotta stop him a little bit for the bears. Tomorrow also bears. How good players both sides of the ball special teams. Obviously Cody parkey had a rough year for the bears. Hopefully, he missed a couple of kicks. Former eagle eagles record for points in the season toward the mount Holly WIP, how are you Jordan? Hey, john. What's going on, man? Very good. Good. Thanks for taking my call. Just one quick three things. Don't wanna take too much of your time. I kinda wanna get off the eagles sang for a second. I just think the Phillies enroll gonna strike out. You look at these guys. They're really undecided about wanting to come here Machado and Harper just struck out on that Britain. You went to the Yankees Robertson. Robertson's a very good sign and don't don't kid yourself zigzag witness who he is. And he's been very good. Although he had Tommy John is second year back. But. David Robinson, very signing for this team. Yeah. And then I also think the Sixers striking out with the big three this year. What do you mean striking out? The big free agent getting any of them. I mean, they got Jimmy Butler in a trade. I mean, what happened this summer, obviously, they need more. Beer in the long run. He may not we'll see. But he may. And I don't think I the substance to me nothing, obviously, the Sixers need more. They're not the best team the east now they can handle a lot of teams. But when they come up against the bass, they hit they come up against a team with with one perimeter defender too little not enough integration and chemistry in the offense. We've obviously heard about Jimmy Butler and Brett Browns this at the other. But I I wanna watch the next twenty to thirty games. See think come up with anybody else. And see what happens because I think they're poetry. They're they're working progress. I don't know. Everybody's been talking about it guys say they were all focused on the big three this year and all that. But I think Sixers have a legitimate job because he comes off his rookie deal. I appreciate the call. Leonard and free agency in the summer. And I'm just now we've got a playoff game in fifteen hours. So on sports radio ninety four WIP. Hi, sean. Hey, how's it going? Good. Thank you. I heard you talking about fifteen minutes ago how you were seen it big Darren sproles run. And I was thinking swatting return Ron sort like he scored on in the thirty seven yards a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. I just think he's he's a difference maker. He's a playmaker. I don't know if he'll be back next year. But I think he's got one more big plan and real big play. Let's hope more than that. And Hopi rakes it out tomorrow. Totally agree. And I was watching Comcast sports net earlier today, and I saw we're Croft bet on Darren sproles. Okay. Was the fifteen point five was the over under on his rushing yards. Fifteen point five. Yeah. And they the guy who was on there. I guess he was some kind of bookie or whatever. Lying guy. And he was like he's never rushed for less than twenty as an eagle anybody Betsy under on. That is insane. The questions how much do you think he's going to get the ball? I mean, obviously Zack. He's not going to be needless. Primary running back you're not going to Panama between the tackles small. What is Josh? Totally understand one one could do that. I mean, I would bet the overnight heartbeat. The bears are twenty five percent better than any team. He's ever played. Yeah. I see. I'm not gonna to. I understand what you're saying. I appreciate it. But the game is tomorrow is about the game. I'm not gonna look for crazy money line bets. Whatever I'm so excited about this game that the betting almost become secondary it almost because meaningless to me. Obviously. I love the eagles were six and a half. But the other stuff if you find something you like, God bless you go for it. But you know, and I would only been over with that fifteen and a half rushing yards. But. To me. It's the game itself. It really takes presences Neagle game. And if you find that you like good for you. Errands on sports radio ninety four w I p. Paul happy new year to happy new to you, buddy. Hey, I appreciate I appreciate what you were just saying. I'm gonna talk about the game. I am a very objective strong eagles fan. And I'm gonna tell you Paul. I think this game lines up perfectly for the eagles. First of all you have Kogyo. The eagles are gonna play up. The actually look like they wanted to play the eagles by beating Minnesota. Well, listen to play right into the eagles. Number one. I don't necessarily think. So I think people are over doing this week the eagles angle on that. I don't think Matt Nagy Nagy. I don't think he can't. He just wanted to run through the wire keep winning keep that culture, and he didn't worry about who he played. I don't even know what is about the eagles. Like, some people think. But the eagles are using everything. They can they are. And they are gelling. It's the right time comes down to there. It comes down to the to live old school football. And I think I think the eagles line and their quarterback, and I'll give you one stock that I'm leaning on. And I think you already saw it in the first name earlier today yesterday and Super Bowl Super Bowl winning quarterback versus a quarterback in his first game in NFL history is nine and one. There's a reason for that Trubisky is going to get rattled. She's gonna throw a couple of pets. Yeah. He goes. They're going to win that game twenty three to twenty. Listen. I I I can understand what you're saying, Erin. But I I would never look at that stat and care one way or the other that's an inherent intuitive stat. Anyway, you're talking Tom Brady against whoever Billy Joel Hobart. I don't care about that stat at all. But when I look at this game, obviously, Nick foles, and Mr. Bisky one guy with experience big games. The other guy, you know, doesn't have experience Congo's good. It ran through the why they'd beat. Minnesota on their home field when everything meant everything Minnesota collapse. But I tend not to worry about stats that have nothing to do with this game. Unless I see some correlation that makes it obvious to me that wasn't obvious before. Boyd your WIP. What's up? Hey. Look at things a little bit different here. Okay. Is we are going to beat Chicago because cargo the win that they have their wins beating Detroit twice. Gimme a break. Twelve and four. It's not easy to go twelve and four in the NFL if you if you're gonna say twelve and four by beaten, nobody I'm gonna totally disagree with you and say, they're very good football team. Let's go on to sell the point. I was so happy. I'm a diehard eagles fan in me. I was so happy Dallas one at night. I want the house to win next week too. Because the real Super Bowl is going to be next week between the same thing. And the eagles will win. Then we will get doused with are real quarterback. And I'm not worried about that right now. What about the skin wild kids real suitable to me the real Super Bowl is a Super Bowl? I don't care who the eagles play who the eagles speed along the way. I just don't I want to win a championship. I don't care who they play. In. The meantime, Jim is going to close the show on WABC. How are you? Jimmy, good evening. Thank you. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you, buddy. I would like to voice plants. Why I think the line is six and a half. Sure betting, man. I'm sixty four years old Benton was eighteen years old. From New York. So I think I know what I'm talking about people from New York, though, what they're talking about more than people from. No doubt about it. Disagree with that one hundred percent, but what are your everybody should tell their own opinion. But I hear here, and I'm from Philadelphia, and I know as much as anybody from New York on this planet I used to work for bookmakers two. So I'm giving you my opinion. That's fine. Base tablets, these lines with all the stats have informed them. They know that Nick foles has bruised rich. The stark realization of having a Nate sucks. I'll do that. Lose the game. I'm not talking with the winemaker. Why jimmy? Not talking with the line. Make me explain this the line makers are Las Vegas sports psalms. That's who makes the line.

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Fiat Chrysler, Detroit Hamtramck And Detroit discussed on Frank Beckmann

Frank Beckmann

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Fiat Chrysler, Detroit Hamtramck And Detroit discussed on Frank Beckmann

"An assembly plant to build three row. Jeep SUV's. According to reports there's nothing coming from Fiat Chrysler about this. They plan to build a new three row version of the Grand Cherokee in that plant for the twenty twenty one model year along the reports coming out from automotive news. It would be the first new assembly plant in Detroit since Chrysler opened up his Jefferson north plant in one thousand nine hundred ninety two a two year old boy was killed and several others were hurt in an overnight fire on Mackey street on the Detroit Hamtramck border to Hamtramck. Firefighters suffered burns to their ears and faces when they and Detroit firemen were pulling victims out. Out of that burning home. They have been treated and released from

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"mackey" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on How I Built This

"Chinese still, of course, live in Austin. So I'm assuming that now again, you must pass by the location of that safer way store. Do you ever go out of my way to pass by? And what is it? What is it today? It's a school. It's it's a school in fun. One of my friends started that school, and I got a tour of it if you years ago, and the thing that was so odd, of course, they change some of it. But I I remembered it just like it was yesterday. And I could see where the where we had our bulk bins, and I could see because they left the basic structure of an intact. So it was it was a trip down memory row for sure. Certain point. I mean, you you will not run whole foods. Right. I mean, you'll move on or retire. Whatever. I mean can can the company can whole foods continue without, you know, without the charisma without your charisma without your vision. I mean, you found the same you, Hugh, a running it, of course, it can. And but I mean, I do think when the when the founder on the last founder left. I mean, Craig was the second to last I think he left almost twenty years ago and a lot of the people I built a business with besides the founders they're retiring now because in their sixties, and they've made a lot of money to over the years through whole foods. So they'll be no one that ever loves whole foods market is much as as I love it. Yeah. But building a business is a little bit like having children watching the children. Grow up is that you you hope your child is healthy. And you hope your child is happy. And you hope you child has integrity does the right thing. And I think it's important to have a good founder and entrepreneur. But the great businesses continue to live on after the founder moves, I certainly hope whole foods is in that in that space. John Mackey co founder and CEO of both of its last summer. Just a few months after this interview. I ran whole foods was purchased by Amazon in a deal worth nearly fourteen billion dollars..

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"mackey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"mackey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"John Mackey is a co founder and CEO of whole foods market, the co founder of the conscious capitalism movement and author of the bestselling books conscious capitalism. The whole foods diet and his latest must read the whole foods cookbook. He is without question. One of the most important and most inspiring people in organic food today. It's an honor to call him a friend and have him back on the podcast here today. John welcome back. Thanks chasing. Good to be here. It is. So great to have you here. You were here almost it was all while ago. Eighteen months eighteen months ago, and since then lots lots happened the merger with Amazon and whole foods turn thirty eight years old, right? I know but time is flying by an so, congratulations. Thank you. So you wanna be clear, though, you're almost forty years old, right because whole foods started before whole foods and just talk about had a precursor to whole foods. Call safer way, natural foods. It was a small store in Austin that we did for a couple years and then relocated it merged with another company changed the name to whole foods market because they didn't want to be called safer weighing we wanted to call their name. So that's kind of when you can say hopefully was birthed. But I always think of it as a continuum for me to continue him. So it's forty years. Wow. Well, congratulations. That's like four trillion millennial years. Well, congratulations. Thanks and a lot's lots change. So we first met ET months ago, the merger with Amazon a lot's changed specifically. I think with organic and natural and then like the future grocery, but just start with organic and natural. What's changed in the world today where it was a year ago and even forty years ago, and how that's exciting for you. I don't know how much the change in a year. I can't. Can't chop it up like that that much, but I certainly has changed a lot in forty years. First of all natural has really changed. In fact, it's becoming increasingly difficult to even use the word natural because there's so many whole foods get and everybody's getting sued for using the word, sir. I mean, it's like. We met my natural was didn't have any artificial colors, flavorings preservatives, is just you know, kind of natural food. Minimally processed we gave a definition for. But there's no legal definition for it. And so you have a lot of ambitious lawyers that sue because you're using this word natural. And maybe it if it has a GMO in it isn't natural. So it's it's it's very confusing out there, and so increasingly whole foods and other companies you'll see that word begin to disappear because it's because of legal her harassment organic forty years ago. There was no. There was very little of it in America and the little that was there was not certified and. And there was there are interesting stories. I mean, like one of the companies we were buying organic from forty years ago was sunburst farms in California was one of the leading organic producers, and they were also commun- on a Colt in a survivalist cult and not not the whole the whole thing blew up as the as the I think the fed shut him down. And we lost one of our major sources for Ganic. And then another guy Mexico Zach was basically taking he got eight. He bought a lot of organic boxes. But then stuck commercial producers, Danny boxes and shipped it. So there was a lot of fraud in the early days until there was good certification processes that we now have in place today. And of course, including the USDA definition for organic has evolved a lot. I mean, whole foods. We now do over fifty percent of our of our of our produce producers organic and continued to increase. As the market tends to prefer omit most customers tend to prefer it. And they're willing to pay up for it. This thing is there are some people who are some people say like, oh like we don't have enough organic. I don't that's not necessarily true while markets are dynamic. So if there's a market demand for Ganic than and there is so it grows. Although a little known fact is that the demand for Ganic in the US and Europe is much higher than the than the supply. That's being produced in those countries..

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Alzheimer's: New research examines disease in women

All Things Considered

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Alzheimer's: New research examines disease in women

"Support for WNYC comes from Purdue pharma Purdue makes prescription. Opioids and wants to limit their use it's just one of the steps produce reports to help address. The nation's opioid crisis from. NPR news this is all things considered I'm Ari Shapiro Audie Cornish nearly two thirds of people. Living with Alzheimer's, disease are women scientists think sex hormones like estrogen may. Be one reason for the disparity NPR's John Hamilton reports on research presented today at the Alzheimer's Association international conference. In Chicago women live longer than men so it's not surprising that they make up the majority of patients. With Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia But Maria Correo chief science officer of the Alzheimer's. Association says there's growing evidence that something else is going on it isn't just that women are. Living longer right there, is some biological underpinning and because of the large numbers of women that. Are affected it's important to find out one possible explanation involves hormones like estrogen and several studies presented at. This year's Alzheimer's conference support that idea one of the studies looked at nearly fifteen thousand women. In California cut he says the research found a link between a women's reproductive history and her risk. Of memory problems later in. Life for example women who have more than three children may have decreased risk of dementia the. Risk for these, women was twelve percent lower than for women who had. Only one child on the other hand the risk for women who experienced early menopause with nearly Twenty-eight percent higher. Both findings suggest that estrogen which rises during pregnancy and falls at menopause may help protect women from dementia Paulie machi- a professor of psychiatry and psychology at the university, of Illinois Chicago says it's not just that women. Have more estrogen than men women experienced these very. Dramatic hormonal transitions that in the long run can give rise to Alzheimer's disease one way, for women to minimize the hormonal changes at menopause is to take estrogen that approach fell out of favour more than a decade ago. When a large study found that women who took hormones after menopause were. Actually more, likely to get some form of dementia they also seem to have a higher risk of heart disease and. Breast cancer, but Mackey says more reasons studies have found that hormones really can't help. Prevent dementia if women get them at the right time the effects of hormone therapy depend on. The timing of us, use later in life is detrimental whereas use early in the menopausal transition. Could be beneficial and analysis presented at the meeting supports that idea it found that in two different studies Women who took hormones in. Their sixties and seventies were more likely to have trouble with. Thinking and memory but women who took hormones only during their early fifties had no increase in risk machi- says estrogen may, benefit younger women because it reduces the hot flashes associated with menopause she says. Her own research has found, that these hot flashes are bad for the brain the. More hot flashes a woman has the worst, her memory performance and when we intervene to address those hot flashes her memory performance bounces back. Machi- says findings like that are renewing interest in the idea of using hormones to prevent, Alzheimer's and other. Forms of dementia John Hamilton NPR news.

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Next day of Thailand cave rescue

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Next day of Thailand cave rescue

"Knx indepth now reach dave we dig deeper ask more questions tell you how the major stories of the day impact you mike simpson along with charles feldman put yourself in their place in the minds of these hungry probably frightened young boys and they're almost as young soccer coach trapped inside that cave in thailand to get out they must navigate dark murky twisting and treacherous passageways largely underwater and yet so far eight have been rescued but others remain and time is not on their side so we will go in depth with reporters on the scene in thailand and also shared you wrap your fob in foil before you answer that question i guarantee it we will later in international showdown on of all things breastfeeding babies pitted the us against most of the rest of the world so what's all the fuss about anyway we'll go indepth on that and what do you do when a seagull is drunk i don't know how we begin with cave rescue efforts ater out but five remain awaiting the next phase of the rescue joining us our cnn's international correspondent matt rivers who has been on the scene at the cave from the start and also nbc nightly news with lester holt's correspondent janice mackey freyer who was at the hospital where they're boys are in quarantine matt let's begin with you what is happening if anything now in terms of the rescue operation yes so basically the rescue operation has been suspended just temporarily similar to what we saw after the first rescue attempt there have been rescued ten sound it's been suspended basically for the divers do not always take a break but also prepare for the next time what has happened in that he is they have set up oxygen tanks all along the five kilometer route but these boys and expert divers have had to basically goes through on their way out and then only the main sure that's done safely as possible make put oxygen tanks all along that route well those of view we filled and so that's what's happening in the meantime so already at a press counseling bleep on monday evening here in northern thailand said that they needed about twenty hours or so at least in between operations to make sure that everything was in place to go in and get the remaining five people out so the plan and again i should say this is a very weird situation it could change it any point put the plan at least for now is for divers to go back in and try and get remaining five people in that came out sometime later today on tuesday year in thailand especially taking advantage of this action water levels is relatively low inside this cave in has it rained all that much considering its july and thailand started the rainy season so bottom line here is conditioned you're not gonna get really better than they are so now's the time to go get those people and they are expecting maybe some more rain to come through so they're kind of racing the clock here he is gonna be the same divers that rescue the other boys to go in because i imagine now they know some of these passageways so you want to send in the same people yeah i think they're going to try and follow protocol here that it's worked so miraculously well over the first two attempts so yes we are expecting you to be similar divers we know that they added a couple of divers on the second attempt to try and make things a bit smoother and from what we're told the second attempt to an even better than the first but really we we can't emphasize enough how dangerous potential the the the rescue did we saw a former thai navy actually his life before these attempts actually began died bringing oxygen to cave in professional diver who actually walks his life while putting oxygen inside there so he can lose his light you can imagine what a bunch of kids with no divy experience could be could be dealing with so that is the danger that they're facing here matt hang on and stay with us we want to go over.

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"mackey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The bonanza john mackey in battle over the greatest riches in the american west got to great characteristics so far hard and then man of his word i loved what you just said there greg about he's john mackie's the story of virtue rewarded can you explain that a little more i really liked that well again you know he never went back on his word he never defrauded anybody was hard working he did he wasn't prone to the alcoholic binges that plague so many of his countrymen he tried you know he missed out on the opportunity for an education as a young man and you spent a lot of effort and time as an adult trying to make up for that you know studying in trying to improve themselves he was he was a widely widely admired man in the west and he ended up as the richest guy on the pacific slope i should say is a prospector of the right word for that that's where we start he's a prospector for people who are just tuning in a son silver gold yeah he would you describe him and during the gold rush years as a prospect or a minor but then on the comstock definitely a minor okay okay let's jump to the third characteristic you said quick with his fists which maybe a little different than what we were just talking about but what do you mean by that well the nineteenth century was much more violent than our century you know in mackey was touchy and parral and he would give the shirt off his back to a friend but nobody ever took anything from john mackey without a fight you know when he was a kid so in newspapers either the newsboy on the streets of new york certain street corners were better than others and if you had a good one some other boy was gonna try and take it away from you and that meant a fist fight so he knew how to stand his ground before he came to california you know he had learned how to hold a claim for all practical practical purposes as a boy in new york and he valued his good name above all other things and he didn't hesitate to fight to protect it the classic example is at the height of the bonanza times in january of eighteen seventy seven so his mind's are disgorging more than a million dollars worth of giving ends per month at the stockholders meeting a man named dewey called mackie's management into question now back in the early days mackey had been a when he'd been a common minor for four dollars a day he worked in the offer mind when do was one of its owners so mackie's in dewey's disagreement became heated and after the stockholder meeting broke up it continued now the newspaper article that described their confrontations that it said that in the stairwell mackie made some insinuation that the knowledge of comstock mining conditions then in dewey's possession was of a quote rather thin and insubstantial character now one would be justified in supposing that maggie is plainer and stronger language that's now and when when do we countered that when mackey had been working for him when he was running the offer mind back in eighteen sixty mackey hadn't been worth or read and and and they fought it out in the stairwell with their fists and mackey decidedly got the better of it i call that the good old days right yeah that's what that's why miles i was still put we put these rest that way that that's fine on we gotta run sir what is a quote you can ramp is up with greg when young men would ask mackey what was the key to success in life how he had become so successful he would always say to them son never lose your good name i like it very good great story the bonanza king john mackey and the battle over the greatest.

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Daniel Cormier knocks out Stipe Miocic for heavyweight title

The Hangout

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Daniel Cormier knocks out Stipe Miocic for heavyweight title

"Espn radio sportscenter i'm doug brown there are some good news items to report from thailand today where twelve young soccer players and their coach have been trapped for more than two weeks four those voice have now been rescued eighteen divers are helping with the painstaking rescue operation which will continue on monday daniel cormier is now the ufc heavyweight and light heavyweight champion he won the heavyweight title with a first round knockout of steep amyot such last night in las vegas after the fight cormier was challenged by former champ brock leads ner ufc president dana white on cormie as win and what comes next what this does is finally gives him the respect that he deserves and you know he's a two division champion and now he's got a big fight ahead of them you know big big big payday and it couldn't happen to a better guy he's an incredible ambassador for the sport i sat a long time ago i told daniel if you're if you're my champion for the rest of my career i'm i'll be very happy man white says the cormier listener fight will happen eventually espn's adrian wars yanovsky reports the magic get jerry and grant and timofey mas gov in a three team trade with the hornets and the bulls charlotte gets biz mackey beyond biondo chicago gets julian stone as expected devon booker will stay with the suns he signs a five year one hundred fifty eight million dollar max contract extension racing sebastian metal wins the british grand prix and extends his championship points lead to eight over lewis hamilton who finished second today camp leads the los angeles.

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"mackey" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on 710 WOR

"James bond patient and he i think you told me before his psa's risen to thirty the cancer mackey came back to thirty from now this is what supposedly a prostate removed right so it means that the cancer has spread now either the doctor spread it when he was trying to operate and someone has told me one of my other patients told me that he believes that several hospitals have this deal going where they try to cut on the man they remove part of it and then they send him for radiation so they can you know charged for surgery and charge for radiation you know like oh boy and we know that if you cut through cancer you spread the crumbs and the crumbs are cancer cry right right yes yes vice one of the doctors many successful story i call up because i liked the doctor he's a very very nice guy very nice doctors you doctor dr so bottom line what do you tell people who are listening what should bottom line is week folks.

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Black man choked, slammed against wall by officer at Waffle House, video shows

The Morgan Show

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Black man choked, slammed against wall by officer at Waffle House, video shows

"A mackey weather meteorologist danielle niddle wbz newsradio ten thirty macklin wbz news state police arrested and charged three people with cocaine trafficking in what started with a traffic stop in central massachusetts police pulled over an suv friday afternoon and reportedly found that a thousand grams of cocaine the arrested candice elliott of new york crystal giles of north carolina and call francesoir of new york all three charged with possession with intent to traffic they were held on bail almost seventy people displaced as firefighters battle three separate apartment fires in boston firefighters responding to the first fire at a six alarm home in roxbury a resident in two firefighters taken to the hospital the second fire broke out in dorchester a third fry also broke out in west roxbury fire officials said the three fires do not appear to be connected elections officials in law enforcement officers and families will walk this weekend to honor homicide victims and support their loved ones the twenty daniel mother's day walk for peace will be held on sunday the march.

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NHL issues edict to Boston Bruins' forward Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

Trenni & Tomase

02:26 min | 2 years ago

NHL issues edict to Boston Bruins' forward Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

"Do you still live in cambridge some real some of it if you'd gone back in time tonight one nineteen seventy when i was fourteen years old in told me that one day that there would be a headline as i'm about to read i would say well there's no way that you just nhl to give brad marchand edict to stop looking opponents i go five years so take away brad marchand inputting like johnny mckenzie or some kid someplace i would have watched as a kid try going trying to fathom being a bruins fan back in the day and that there would come a time when the league because the league had to step in and stop getting guys to hit guys over the head with their sticks that was what you know actually actually back then and nine hundred seventy this is pretty much okay with mackey they hit ted green over here with the stick i mean they literally had to step in don't hit players over there you stick anymore that's bad now it is gone to nhl to give brad marchand edict edict this is the director from the commissioner an edict to stop licking licking keyword here opponents that's what the world is it's embarrassing it's embarrassing to me is a bruins fan it should be embarrassing to brad marchand it should be embarrassing to his teammates it should be embarrassed the guy gets elected should be embarrassing to every on the north shore with their bees jersey limited to the north shore because they're sort of you know when you roy now there are die hard bruins has come on rally you're you're thinking the mauldin you think it up in gloucester you're thinking up in the handover luster yeah well i'm sure there are plenty of bruins fans across right think north rowley i think drowsy like up ninety five area rally in georgetown of to food to be diehard bruins donahue fool georgetown is i got a buddy chad clinic in gloucester i'm gonna call them and see a bruins fan i think fishermen fishermen they're they're blue collar guys blue collar guys are into the bruins striking u prejudice against south shore no no no i i love scituate big pembroke fan huge huge fan lots of don't bring another another place that i love no love for brockton love brockton just a couple of weeks ago.

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Will Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten make Hall of Fame on first try?

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Will Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten make Hall of Fame on first try?

"Tiniest play the bear position that he plays the has more first team all rules grant gonzalez and gates yep normally the tide imposition no titan is going in on the first ballot they i think myself maybe ditka only like a handful of us had to wait like three years most of the time it's like a ten year wait so that's that's what it is does he belong absolutely you want to say he the first ballot hall of famer he has the numbers but if you look at it in the era did he dominate his aero did you like man he better than gates he's better than gonzalez he's better than gronk he's better than jimmy graham i don't know if you can say that skill but the number says he should be in the hall of each should be in the hall of fame this is tough for me too because i'm obviously a fan of the dallas cowboys and i'm a fan of jason wit is he not one of the alltime greatest guys that you've ever run across i have not a single bad word to say about jason witten and i'll throw on top of everything you just said he's the best blocking tied in not only of his era but but he could you could make case he's the greatest blocking tight end ever because he was like another tackle for them in the run game he's he's he's more dick mackey is then he is killing ozzy must sell correct well said so he's gonna wind up with the second most tied in receptions of all time the second most yards of all time but our man tony gonzalez is just he ran away and hid yes he's so far behind that he could play three more years and he never would have caught him he's fifth and touchdowns among tied in pretty good but then we get to that bottom bottom line that you brought up jason played in eight playoff games and he won two two and six now see the quarterback is he the middle linebacker no he can't control all the above his team not good enough to win those games you can argue shannon sharpe.

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"mackey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Mackey auto and just to make it even longer they wanted you to have a conversation with them about race after you got your decaf mackey auto said takes seven minutes to get the decaf mackey otto and then they want to drag it out for another five minutes by having a national conversation about race they did everything right and starbucks is in huge trouble because modern lesson of liberalism now matter how much you panda you never panda enough so all these protests have philadelphia saying the bias training isn't enough we gotta get rid of like this white guy who build the company he he's just a big liberal pandora we should get him in gambia barista in wauconda that'll that'll teach him what can the baristas lots of talk of trade korea migration fighting terrorism as french president emmanuel macron and us president donald trump met today at the white house the other big subject france and the united states also agree that iran cannot be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon and that regime must end its support of terrorists in a joint news conference president trump also said the bottom line for any agreement with north korea is that country gives up all of its nuclear weapons home sales and home prices both up the commerce department says home sales jumped by four percent from february to march and the case schiller national home price index rose by nearly six and a half percent in february a price game that far outpaces hikes in wages or inflation wall street the dow urged hourly gain of about one hundred thirty points long gone the index now down four hundred and fifty points or nearly two percent i'm richard johns i'm chris ingram with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n state department of health warning yet another possible hepatitis a exposure this one's in walnut ridge according to region eight up in jonesboro anyone who ate at wbz's between april seventh and eighteenth should seek care immediately an employee tested positive for.

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"mackey" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on The Starters

"No we're not playing before the game and there were rumors that when a player had been injured he'd stood in front of the stretcher to not let that guy get off that he threatened to rip someone's head off anyway so here he is on a local news broadcast explaining why these people the players should be able to handle it why it's not gonna stop the young the young boys can't handle a bit of heckling the ranger should stick to tiddlywinks and playstation and he had to work for their mothers to the mackey moms can't handle me in an heckling entering so i think they should stick to crosswords so that's that's all you don't really get to play that one that has like we've added that to the starters lexicon sometimes people throw what you stick to tiddlywinks yeah someone's like how he's pretty young a lot of that the n buys number one this isn't a drop so much as a person when we started to work at the score and twenty ten aman cam pam stewart stewart canadian broadcasting legend i didn't i don't know about you guys i didn't get the pleasure of hanging out with them too much but there was a couple of like parties slash work events where i spoke to a person where he will have you on the ground he will talk straight but you will enjoy it you won't want to say anything because he will just go on a rant.

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"mackey" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on The Starters

"No we're not playing before the game and there were rumors that when a player had been injured he'd stood in front of the stretcher to not let that guy get off that he threatened to rip someone's head off anyway so here he is on a local news broadcast explaining why these people the players should be able to handle it why it's not gonna stop the young the young boys can't handle a bit of heckling the ranger should stick to tiddlywinks and playstation and he had to work for their mothers to the mackey moms can't handle me in an heckling entering so i think they should stick to crosswords so that's that's all you don't really get to play that one that has like we've added that to the starters lexicon sometimes people throw what you stick to tiddlywinks yeah someone's like how he's pretty young a lot of that the n buys number one this isn't a drop so much as a person when we started to work at the score and twenty ten aman cam pam stewart stewart canadian broadcasting legend i didn't i don't know about you guys i didn't get the pleasure of hanging out with them too much but there was a couple of like parties slash work events where i spoke to a person where he will have you on the ground he will talk straight but you will enjoy it you won't want to say anything because he will just go on a rant.

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"mackey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"mackey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The on the the ring there down the left field line as as a new york giant monte irvin a tremendous ballplayer he had an influence on monte irvin as well well mo monty urban was an infielder on the newark team which mackey managed and mackey converted into an outfielder which of course was that there's any played throughout his major league career and eventually wound up being into going into the hall of fame but my money did the forward for the book and was very complimentary about mackie's work as a manager and actually larry doby was played for mackey as did not nukem and a number of other players who made it big in the major leagues later on the sad part about this story is that monte irvin did the forward and a few months later he passed away so he never got to really see the book in its final form but he he did a nice job and i was from from personal sample and very very pleased that he was able to do that forward good good people i got to meet him a few times and of course numbers retired here the grandson of biz mackey riley autumn's about that denver broncos tight end pretty good he was a it was a punishing player i remember riley own quite well so biz mackey gets inducted into the hall of fame in two thousand six so he got his do but i'm glad we could let the fans when they that name comes up on those something about them and richie did a good job with the book i appreciate i guess you get it all the normal outlets bookstores and of course i guess it's on amazon and other places like that it can be ordered from temple university press which published it but it's all around and and as you say frankly i hope people get to learn who biz mackey was and i appreciate the great career he had yeah well you did it you've got it all in the book i know you're a big philadelphia phillies not only a fan but a writer back there and philly how do the phillies look going into two thousand twenty eighteen here well i think there are a lot of starting with the.

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Report: Claire Foy was paid less than male co-star on "The Crown"

News, Traffic and Weather

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Report: Claire Foy was paid less than male co-star on "The Crown"

"Of safety and rates of depression and stress barnstable massachusetts boulder colorado santa cruz california and charlottesville virginia round out the top five jim chenevey cbs news british soccer team tottenham as apologized for asking whether a woman's place is in the home in an online survey sent to american fans the premier league club blamed a third party company which included the question asking fans how much they agreed with a series of statements towards the end of the survey fans were presented with a woman's place is in the home and asked if they definitely agree tend to agree neither agree or disagree tend to disagree and definitely disagree tottenham says the inclusion of this question in the club survey was wholly unacceptable and a regrettable oversight and there's another case of gender discrimination exposed with one of the producers of the net flicks hit the crown saying it star claire foy who plays the role of queen elizabeth the second was paid less than her onscreen husband the series traces elizabeth's journey from princess to queen beginning in the nineteen fifties variety quotes producers suzanne mckie as confirming foy was paid less than matt smith who played prince phillip in two seasons of the series she says this is because smith was a better known actor different actors will play the roles of the royals as they age during season three and mackey says going forward no one will get paid more than the queen the moneywatch now with jason brooks megan it's been a tough day for the stock market looking to lock in solid losses for the second straight session boeing taking a big chunk out of the blue chips today it's stock is falling on investor concerns that it could be a big target of retaliation if president trump hits trying to with sixty billion dollars in tariffs dow right now down by two hundred forty six points to twenty four thousand seven hundred sixty the nasdaq is falling thirteen points to seventy four ninety eight sap down fifteen points to twenty seven.

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