17 Burst results for "Mansfield Ohio"

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Me go to some callers here though they have been hanging in go to John in Mansfield Ohio hi John good evening a red hat hello I agree with the first a caller said that there was this stuff fine print that up completely contradicted the sound bite that the inspector general of a released to benefit the attack on trial but there are job usually the the fine print that he knew everybody that know everybody would not to pay attention to understand or read is a completely contradicts the idea that there was no political bias and I have to be on the on the unaffiliated let myself and I'm I'm really upset that the only people that are interviewed in this case can connect you to this that this crew this of what I call the FBI CIA military industrial media complex the kind that the CIA and the military industrial complex perpetrates abroad all over the world it is is completely eliminating for many interviews any of those CIA FBI types who read a renounced the former lives of the CIA and the FBI and are only on some small outlets like a global research or information clearing house the entire media censors them because they they point out that this is nothing but a kind of that unit United States military industrial C. accomplish perpetrates around the world against countries not kill most of what you have right and trump is the ultimate disruptor of this stuff you have any number of people with any number of agenda is sort of the allied ultimately to take him out thank you John very much yeah that's what it comes down to so the house is adjourned no more dipping into here the Gettysburg address and everything else and what do we have at this point well we have this point tomorrow they argue over amendments which they will shoot down the knock them down they will vote along party lines every Democrat for it every Republican against it and then we have the big vote the vote to really matters well sort of next week and that will happen probably I'm guessing Thursday or Friday and then what the holidays intervene and then they get back to sometime in mid January doing the trial or at least the Senate vote and nothing is going to change during that period of time except the polling the data the political consequence.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In Philadelphia let me go to some callers here that have been hanging in it's going to John in Mansfield Ohio hi John good evening a red hat hello I agree with the caller said that there was this stuff fine print that up completely contradicted the sound bite that the inspector general of a released could benefit the the attack on trial but denied job usually the the fine print that he knew everybody that know everybody would not to pay attention to understand or read is a completely contradicts the idea that there was no political bias and I have to be on the on the unaffiliated let myself and I'm I'm really upset that the only people that are interviewed well in this case can connect you to this that this this of what I call the FBI CIA military industrial media complex the kind that the CIA and the military industrial complex traits abroad all over the world it is is completely eliminating for many interviews any of those CIA FBI types who read a re knowledge that the former lives of the CIA and the FBI and are only on some small outlets like a global research our information clearing house the entire media censors them because they they point out that this is nothing but a kind of that unit knighted states a military industrial scene accomplished it perpetrates around the world against countries not right and trump is the ultimate disruptor of this stuff you have any number of people with any number of a jam this sort of allied ultimately to take him out thank you John very much yeah that's what it comes down to so the house is adjourned no more dipping into here the Gettysburg address and everything else and what do we have at this point well we have this point tomorrow they argue over amendments which they will shoot down the knock them down they will vote along party lines every Democrat forward every Republican against it and then we have the big vote the vote to really matters well sort of next week and that will happen probably I'm guessing Thursday or Friday and then what the holidays intervene and then they get back to sometime in mid January doing the trial or at least the Senate vote and nothing is going to change during that period of time except the polling that dated the political consequence.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Let me go to some callers here though they have been hanging in it's going to John in Mansfield Ohio hi John good evening or edit Laura I agree with the first a caller said that there was this stuff fine print that up completely contradicted the sound bite that the inspector general released to benefit the attack on trial but there are job easily the the fine print that he knew everybody that died no everybody would not to pay attention to understand or read is a completely contradicts the idea that there was no political bias and I am to be on the on the other really a let myself and I'm I'm really upset that the only people that are interviewed and this guy who can connect you to this that no screw this of what I call the FBI CIA military industrial media complex the kind that the CIA and the military industrial complex group retreats abroad all over the world is is completely eliminating for many interviews any of those CIA FBI types who read a renouncement forward allies of the CIA and the FBI and are only on some small outlets like a global research your information clearing house the entire media sensors that because I think they point out that this is nothing but a kind of that unit United States military industrial see accomplished it perpetrates around the world against countries out of right and trump is the ultimate disruptor of this stuff you have any number of people with any number of agenda is sort of the allied ultimately to take him out thank you John very much yeah that's what it comes down to so the house is adjourned no more dipping into here the Gettysburg address and everything else and what do we have at this point well we have at this point tomorrow they argue over amendments which they will shoot down the knock them down they will vote along party lines every Democrat forward every Republican against it and then we have the big vote the vote to really matters well sort of next week and that will happen probably I'm guessing Thursday or Friday and then what the holidays intervene and then they get back to sometime in mid January doing the trial or at least the Senate vote and nothing is going to change during that period of time except the polling the data the political consequences.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The joy on their face when they hear this music as there in the room with that scene was shown in the movie now they're all wearing headsets to and I'm wearing a Mike so I go right into red's narration I see I have no idea to this day with those two a timeliness was singing about to this I don't wanna I like to think there was singing about something so beautiful it can't be expressed in words because of it this is warden Norton's office he says we're one of the film's iconic scenes is scored by Mozart's the marriage of Figaro as collections off the room he picks up a tattered Bible this particular Bible has the inscription the beginning it says dear warn you were right salvation lay within signed anti to Frank nearly everything in this room and throughout the forty acre close reformatory is stage to be how it was in nineteen ninety three when director Frank Darabont filled his iconic drama starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman you're not shows the reformatory in Mansfield for his directorial debut three years after it closed as a working prison built in eighteen ninety six the building is massive originally housing nineteen hundred first time offenders according to Tom Clark it was originally meant to be a place to reform offenders as reformatory had three goals help the inmate find god furniture cation and find a job behind the gothic Romanesque structure we're training facilities for the inmates as the present model change in the mid twentieth century the reformatory was transformed into a maximum security facility with thirteen hundred stealing break sells it earned a reputation for violence and brutality until finally closing in nineteen ninety it was slated for demolition Intel Hollywood came calling thanks to the movie and thanks to this building an attraction trail we're actually carving a strong name for ourselves Mansfield sits between Cleveland and Columbus Westinghouse and General Motors were once big here employing most of Mansfield's workers the by the late twentieth century those companies move their plants and thousands of manufacturing jobs dried up sending the region's economy into a steep decline Carmen McFarlane is with the Phoenix brewing company in downtown Mansfield she says it caters to the many Shaoxing fans that walk into their taproom within three years our redemption IPA rooftop bohemian style lager and the the newest beer which we root for the twenty fifth anniversary the rock hammer session IPA fans of the film might recognize the bohemian style lager from a scene where Robinson freemen sure appear on the prison's roof the rock hammer is a nod to robin's eventual SK then Brad Mavis lives nearby and was in the movie twenty five years ago he says that escape and the message it sends is why so many pay to tour these prison corridors each year it shows that no matter what adversity someone is confronted with that there's always hope that things will get better as a tourist draw this is a big deal here bringing in more than sixty million dollars in just the past four years considerable cash for the struggling economy director Frank Darabont and actors will return to Mansfield this weekend joined by academics to celebrate Shashank and its impact on both pop culture in cinema for NPR news I'm Katie blackly in Mansfield Ohio this is W. NYC just ahead on All Things Considered the deer times is launching its sixteen nineteen project it's a series of reported essays and other pieces observing the four hundredth anniversary of the beginning of American slavery just ahead we'll hear conversation with W. and my sis on Jamie Floyd with the creators of the project stay tuned the Supremes were elegance and carnage what night and I'll be sitting down with original and founding member miss merry wheels at the Apollo theater to talk about the Motown legends on stage and off including those spectacular gowns Tuesday September seventeenth at the Apollo tickets at W. NYC dot org slash of.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Have you with us? Hi, mark. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to respond to what you're saying about the trend of democracy. Dumb kind of government is going, where I see. It's going is political parties need to be recognized as political religions. So we have a truce we agree to keep these out of government. And what I've been pushing for a democrat. But constitutionalist's I, I've been pushing my own party, she start putting healthcare doing it yourself as your own benefit, like the Catholic church produces it don't programs. And does not affect public policy. The Democratic Party could do the same with that belief about right to healthcare in Saint sex marriage. All that could be a separate group and not have to depend on government. So that's what I've been trying for as a cost to, to, to stop discriminating by creed by pushing beliefs government that I believe are unconstitutional to do. And then you mentioned public housing and the Bama problems. I'm from a district Sheila jackson-lee sister that had a campus plan, we passed a law to reform public housing as a sustainable campus. And I've been proposing to replicate this model along the border, so people who fund schools, and healthcare, you can do so with your taxes and what other people in the military. So we can we separate our taxes, like we do with religion, allow people to fund their own and quit trying to dominate government with. So if you go to earn amnesty dot. No, no, no, no. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Emily quite grasp that to me on this, but the first line was actually quite good. Because the idea that in a in a secular age politics becomes a religion. And the political actually his story TOMS, it's quite good. It makes a lotta sense to look at political differences, in the same way that religious schisms back in the back in medieval times, to say it's the same kind of thing. And in fact, in the absence of religion holodeck, so climate change. Whatever does become your religion. I tell you. Well, let's go to Mary in Mansfield Ohio, because we don't we don't. Amicably with maybe a nice lady. But don't come on here. And, and do you are ELLs because people pay to advertise on this show? That's what's the number one show and, and in said, let's go to Mary, and Mansfield, Ohio, I was in that beautiful fitter that Clara abo- the Iskoe played go to beautiful today's famous. I think Mansfield Mary, correct me if I'm wrong, it's full, the, the, the big movie with Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption was. But, but, but what I like about. I played that lovely theater, you have downtown Clara, bow, the Iskoe played in the nineteen twenties. And as the it's boy I was on to play is back, Barry. Nice. I forgot what I'm talking about that. What do y'all by Barry? Lovely tau though. I had a great time that it is a beautiful time. That was the renaissance theatre that yet. Absolutely. You made a comment about how all activities that the democrat party is attempting to do right now with tempting. And they were attempting to thwart the will of the people, but I believe the democrat he what they're doing as encouraged. I believe that the Democrats see the twenty sixteen election as Thorndon the will of the people because it was based on electoral college and not on the popular vote, though. I think that the Democrats believe that they are standing up for the will of the people. Well, you don't the thing about that. They say that, and the reason and the reason they say that is because they fail that if it had been on the popular vote, number twenty sixteen Hillary would be president. But we don't know that if they wasn't for example, right now, you have very high, ton out in small states that a prominent in the electoral college, like New Hampshire, for example, has a high ton out because it's perceived to Matt and because people camped out that for a year before the election at the same time in big states like California, and New York Republicans, then by the voting because there's no point you voted. Wasted. It's a big waste of time. Nobody actually knows how if you had saying, Austrailian system where everybody has to vote. Nobody actually nobody actually knows how popular transgender rights all all publicly funded abortion, all these other things would be if actually one hundred percent of people voted. So I think Mary, I take your point. But I think Mary, if you had a popular vote, the Democrats who assuming law to think that they present positions where they want single payer healthcare, where they want boys to be able to walk into go school showers where they think that cauliflowers in community gardens colonialist, and racist. I'm not sure that fifty one percent of a straight up vote is gonna. We go in for that marry. I hope not. I hope you're right. Well, I hope so too. And thank you to be that what was it again? The renaissance they have in Mansfield. Yes. Right. Right. The renaissance theatre in Mansfield. I'm sorry. Bobbled things because I was very Jervis. No, you don't. You don't need to be nervous. I was completely nervous when I was on stage of the renaissance. I bomb that night, it was a disaster that you could really stunk up the joint of his terrible flop. You don't wanna be worried about being Mary. Everyone is nervous once in a while. That's actually an interesting. That's the other thing, by the way. It's just that. I with respect Mary, I think this actually does support my theory that we're moving to have you wanna put it. I would put it. I would put it in the context of the rest of the west as opposed democratic order in America, you might want to call it a post constitutional. But what I'm saying is that the systems that have basically been accepted, for a couple of centuries now. The elite sustain nano those systems if they produce results, we do not like illegitimate. And so in that sense, the attacks.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Name of our backup call. Screener Welcome, to, the network and elrushbo speaking. Of, back to the phones. We go Tim in Mansfield Ohio great to have you. Here, great great. To be here nothing quite. Like a Limbaugh adrenaline rush so to speak well thank you I appreciate I, have, the answer to your question. Why, Trump is doing what. He's doing with the border wall simple answer our of. The, deal one. Oh one Well now you gotta explain that. You. Just can't say deal is the deal I've never read? It but I listen to rush every. Day so I know a little bit about it okay so? What art of the deal is he. Doing, here Well I believe, you said or Trump said three to, four times you asked three or four times. Of. What you want on your happy if you get some Well Yeah but but, see Everybody that's call about, this has. Been, really really close But Arnaud moral, victories And there there. Is no close you get. A cigar victory you. Gotta. Tell me exactly, and I realize I know you're not sucking up. Out there Tim when you say you've heard me discuss art of the deal and asked for three times more. Than you want let, me just say I don't think asking for three times more than you want is actually what's. Going on here so, having said that would you like to take another? Stab, at it well I had, a second part and so it was art. Of the deal One on one and, then also to solidify his base because actually Do as everyone knows that I think that would be your second quarter Now we're getting now we're getting warm Temperatures..

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Today we're talking about crowd funding real estate crowdfunding is it a good idea the question actually comes from david for mansfield ohio and david simply asked should i invest in real estate crowdfunding before actually answer that question i do want to say a couple of quick things first of all thank you for listening to the podcast it's been a huge success so far ton downloads ravaging thousands of downloads per show which is really really exciting for a brand new show we hit number i think was number four on all business podcasts in the world during launch week which was amazing that's even higher than the regular bigger pockets podcast ever had so that's why thank you guys for that i do want to also ask if you have not yet left me rating review for the show of really really appreciate that it would really help me out a lot and just you know getting the word out there and that helps us keep our rankings up consistent ratings and reviews so if you haven't done that please take a minute and do that today and if you have any questions you want me to answer here on the asp podcast just there's a couple of weeks you can do that you can of course just go to facebook and go the bigger pockets wall and just leave a question question there in the wall and just make sure you use hashtag ask bp or you go to twitter and ask it there or you can send me an email or you could go to the forums and just write a question in the forums and hit hashtag sbp what have you had to do and then i will see them now will compile them now we'll get to them so with that let's get to that question again the question was should i invest in real estate crowdfunding so for those people who have no idea what crowdfunding let me tell you how that works i saw a lot of people know crowdfunding for the topic of like kick starter or go fund me those are the kind of generally the more popular crowd funding platforms but those aren't not real estate crowdfunding that's just where people come together and.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Store surveillance footage revealed the area n like how stupid do you have to be haven't you seen the every single convenience store is like loaded with cameras arrived in a van and immediately called police rather than being robbed as they claim when police confronted her hallmarks wife reportedly blamed the discrepancies on wait for it trucks and a lack of sleep the shootings got investigators attention but the cover up might bring down the group see that's all they needed was to get like one in the accessory to murder investigation also exposed the air in circles inner workings the group is an offshoot of a brotherhood of texas it spread to missouri originally a prison based gang because that's where you're going to end up when you get arrested anyway it has a militaristic structure like this is like a thing and because the karma wheel caught them being idiots dragging a dying man into a store to blame somebody else and they weren't even stupid enough to mute their phone all right let's go to somebody else who got not really arrested but this was i mean she was but come on woman arrested after police say she made drunken lewd comments to the easter bunny come on this is this is where we get to lighten up francis that's the line lighten up francis a woman in mansfield ohio was arrested on saturday after police say she drunkenly made lewd comments to the easter bunny before taking a ride on the carousel police said a fifty four year old woman was having her picture taken with the easter bunny wall intoxicated at the richland carrousel park when she allegedly made lewd comments at the celebrated chocolate loving bunny she then rode the carousel they're not saying what she said the photos cost five bucks on the people can take a ride on the carousel my bunch of carrots were very good and i had a lot of energy the bunny wrote like everybody's being polite saying they had a good time but she was drunk and she said some some they're not saying what she said.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on X96

X96

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on X96

"Week that will be decided on friday at about this time i had a story here that i was thinking of making a boehner candidate and then i i didn't but it it caused me to wonder says a woman arrested for making lewd comments to easter bunny and then it was in ohio mansfield ohio police say no high a woman has been arrested for making lewd comments to easter bunny presumably guy in a costume not the real easter bunny like at the mall i don't think it was the real easter bunny now he has helpers at the mall and you'll get your picture taken so th authorities say they were called the richland carrousel park in mansfield ohio after a woman made the comments while taking a picture with the easter bunny so she's she's standing there posing with the easter bunny she's drunk and she's making lewd comments to the bunny while she's getting her picture taken arriving officers reported the fifty four year old woman appear to be quite intoxicated with slurred speech unsteady on her feet she was arrested for drunkenness and transported to the county jail but his what what lewd comments would you make to the easter bunny how would you it doesn't say what she was saying well lewd could be anything i guess i mean i mean when i hear lewd i think you know sexy naughty hey mr she's going to sit on his lap mr rabbit those years diam sit on your lap obvious carrot joke here you know pocket that's what you're good at this now is that a character i it's not the first time i've made a pass at someone wearing a costume like that is that occurred in your pocket or i bet that may have been the very that much but i wish they'd put this in the story because they need to its forces us to speculate and your speculation could be wildly wrong or way you know do you have the part where she did after that.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to mansfield ohio hi jeff you're on first light and turn radio just a question is march madness distraction or is it an addiction that's west and that has to do with sports because what with what's going on in the world right now i know we need a little relief here and there but i think some of us are blinders on and we really don't know what's going on around us but we just love dulling a right into the march madness you're talking about the addiction there's a guy i can mention his name now because he's dead he was a great guy jack roberts but he was real gambler the first time he called me late on a saturday night to wire money to him he was in atlantic city his mother had died he needed the money next time his grandmother died and he works for oliver north's talk show he borrowed from guests he got the business manager at the radio station a very smart guy he got him for nine thousand dollars and jack told me i can't stop he said there is nothing to compare with nursing a drink and playing twentyone he said once i start to gamble it is impossible to stop it is the most thrilling feeling so you're right that there's a there's a sickness to it sometimes have a good day oh let me punch out there again there you go mike i hey good morning evan yeah i don't do a whole lot of gambling seems like just living in the united states these days in a hell of a gamble you know whether you're going to mcdonalds or you're stepping out in public but the one thing i have kind of been keeping track i guess i'll ask.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"War has gone alex to republicans everywhere uh do what you can to select whom you want to be actually going to the polls in voting and we know that we ended we we know that young voters increasingly are drifting away or maybe even clashing away from republicanism uh we know that people of color with most we'll never think of wanting to vote for republicans now uh we know all that they know all that too and as you said they wanna make sure that it's it's wealthy white people or wealthy white people that they want to vote in this she say than if the numbers go down on voter turnout republican chance the winning goal go up in its day they but they always say that's why they want to do it but they always talks fraud in there is no real voter fraud the fraud is if there's any voter fraud it's the people that are running the elections systems in transporting the balloting program and the computers it's not it's not some guy voting in mansfield ohio and then go on to say they'll and voting a second time that just that just happens so so so rarely that it's it's not really consequential even in this got more people died from televisions falling on their heads in 2015 than voter than were arrested for voting illegally i mean it's it's it's not as people die from television so i think it was 17 or 920 thirty i you know i don't remember the number now i knew it at one time on sergey phone your how does that happened uh probably most of them were in television installers there's a bunch of jobs that are more dangerous than being a cop in fact it's probably get in the top sellers to vote either because they be working class voters there you go so so how how far will actually be before it gets that uh you know joe stalin famously perhaps apocryphal but famously said it doesn't matter who votes of matters who counts the votes i would suggest to you that we've gone a big step beyond that the republicans are not only taking control of who counts the votes the have of act back in two thousand two and in billions of dollars to.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Only A Game

"Absolutely i'm going to give you the name of a ballgame real or imagined and you tell me whether it's real or imagined ready yago all right the foster farms bowl that's real yes it is next the bad boy mowers gasparilla bowl odd as not real yes it is all it is temple v florida twelve twenty one okay that's my favorite all right now the craft heinz feed hunger bowl i'll say that's israel no fake oh man i'm not good at this at all sounds real it as to brand names in that's exactly right i find because it was highly logo to hammer out the finger ling's finger bowl now you're right by that one and finally the order nation curable curie like see you ari that's it does it like make your car feel better i cannot answer that without giving away everyone i think it's actually a real it is you did fairly well he got fooled by that gasparilla thank you will almost everybody would but how many of those bull games real or imagined did you watch i actually i i watched a lot of all games this year but i don't watch any of those especially the ones that didn't exist all right when we last spoke of the nfl's regular season had not ended and now it has and probably nobody's happier about that than the cleveland browns yes they don't have any more games they can lose mesra they went owen sixteen one of two teams in the nfl history who've actually gone winless through a season and i think my favorite brown's fan as the late paul stark who grew up in mansfield ohio and in his obituary it was noted that his condition was quote exacerbated by the hopeless condition of the cleveland browns should know and the best thing event that story is he wrote that a vici where he jerry.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"So that film please in our center stage section uh which covers different films about the performing arts so the royal premiere that i'll pick is from barbara coppell the twotime academy awardwinning filmmaker who's been to our festival many times before her new film is called a murder in mansfield it plays in our true crime section this film has it seed in a murder that took place in mansfield ohio in nineteen eighty nine a twelve year old boy named collier was a kind of witness to his father killing his mother horrible crime but collier testified in court videotaped testimony we see in the film credibly bravely he had a great love for his mother and he brought that into his testimony did come a time that you got up next foreign aid and look for your mother yes it was at around eight thirty morning and i got out there he ran immediately komo at israel covers will pulled back of body has been taken out it's not the normal way my mother would get out of bed and fly rent down stairs rayner said where's my mother my father he said well mali took a little vacation collier and i'm gain or want to thank as panicked and now it's a over 25 years later he still grappling with this as an adult and the film we watch him go to prison to confront his father who has always remained in denial this crime oh away a long time to do this.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Valley a match you'll from us early like remember my mom and dad in my sister and i we would stand outside and just watch the storms roll in and that got me fascinated with weather just looking at clouds those wicked and then when i realize that you could actually study weather and become a meteorologist i was hooked and i'm widening scored malpractice or university started in the meteorology program got my degree it really by happenstance like honda fell into television because i rigidly had no desire to be on tv uh but after my freshman year of college i n turned out a tv station and mansfield ohio and they put me on the air so i was an eighteen year old kid doing weather advance little high o on the weekends and fell in love with tv and then forecasting the weather and and really as you know the psalm uh our job is about helping people uh and really trying to be there in these situations like the folks in florida are going to your right now with erma and trying to provide some some insight somehow caught by and really just as much expertise is we can deliver to the situation to help people out in in their time of need when you think about all the people are hunkered down right now in florida uh i mean this is this is the time where we is meteorologist this is when you know why we got into the business and why we have this job is because we we want to help people and help inform people well and and that's exactly it in fact we just took a caller from san diego he was calling the end and sharing his his his his fear and frustration that his dad is in port charlotte in a singlestorey building and you know this is what tears our hearts out as a meteorologist because we do everything we possibly can to try and explain that a storm this one is.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That your fellow american stand behind you in we will be here for you as you recover and rebuild this labor day we honor the men and women who built this country who continue to power our economy today including all of those who are critical to hurricane rescue and recovery efforts american workers laid down the railroad tracks that move people on products across the country they toiled and minds digging the coal that power our industrial revolution they forged the steel that built our bridges and tax in skyscrapers they worked on shop floors building cars and trucks and plain that would take our country to new heights in they built the strongest middle class in with it the strongest nation that the world has ever known this pen i wear is a canary in a birdcage yorker gave it to me remind me of the progress that we've made in this country for working people at the turn of the last century and 1901 workers took canaries down in the minds of the canary stopped singing it meant there was poisonous gas in the workers had mere minutes to get out those workers didn't have a union in those days strong enough or frankly a government that cared enough in those days to protect them but of the 20th century we change that we pass strong labor laws to protect the rights of workers in needs grew millions of americans worked hard to earn their way to a better life as our economy expanded the wages of ordinary americans grew along with today it still american workers who power this country but they're hard work doesn't pay off the way it used to for far too long our trade policy our tax policy have encouraged of corporate business model that shuts down factories in toledo or dayton or mansfield ohio cashes in on a tax credit at the expense of working americans in then ships production overseas moves those companies overseas to renault's tsa reynosa mexico or war on china then cells those products back into the united states far too many of the jobs that remain here don't pay enough in wages and benefits to compensate workers for the hours they put in over the last 40 years katie he's gone up corporate profits have gone up executive compensation has gone up but workers lavigne's shared in the economic growth they created wall street's made billions but the.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome welcome ohringen mounted hey i love your program uh i can't tell you how many times i picked up to two listening from the other callers won't good that's the way it's a postal worker fantasy thank you are anyway a real i'm calling today is uh my family build a i'm calling for mansfield ohio we have a single room seen by twenty on cabin in northwest pennsylvania up in the poorest okay are very much appreciated light of trees around there a few years back we so um uh formed go through their lu dr branches launched a couple of holes in the old shingle row i got some water seepage down in their uh i've done and the roo replace three years ago i had it torn off uh uh huh a new metal roof put on make a long story short now the exterior painting at that a coroner uh were those holes were punched in to the old roof uh i've got some peeling now on the paint uh that ain't been there for years in fact i i've paid twice myself ashley are it can oil day and five mixed with some boil wind he'd oil upon that's what's always been used in nepal uh and i'm got cloudy feel and we got some watered down in there well i think i think that's a given in one of the things that oilbased paints inland sea bass paints a can't tolerate is moisture turned new scape from the would through the paint film because they don't breeze worst today's paints the acrylic ceo virtually breathing actually khin exhaust moisture through the film gotcha were as the old tainton scraped money out sus um you could literally sometimes scrape off paint and you'd find water underneath because that water wouldn't go anywhere it would just just break the painfilled uh so a like a a bell blanket around there the old man the moisture the dot garo right eventually just brakes the bond between the paint the substrate so the real question is is there moisture eating in there now or did moisture get in there when the holes ruin that lien wage adequate right now we're just seeing the side effect of the damage my guest as that's what's.

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"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield ohio" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Your car you could sit in your car without without a driver's license but you can only by gasoline with driver's license and that of course wouldn't work practically speaking but i get what you're send fred i think it's a it's a it's a great starting point i mean it's for a for a conversation yeah thanks for the call good to hear from add in mansfield ohio head what's up how you doing air one of the car respond crew what you were saying about the hostile your industry coming in with a school hiring futures karn kid would warming of our case he wanted i'm a teacher on key to how high school i wanna have happened over the last thirty years to the other side has been so convincing people of a union gary boy i am berlinger marine teachers are saw firing to say anything and marquardt firm that may give came label liberal law members of our union um i know you know your classroom on for republicans are great donald trump's great mopping what happened but i know teachers who have been call gang who talked about democrats are liberal policy and to try and can't cancel harmon call her parents teachers talk about unions you're talking about our report policies and then of course you print schoolbook but a stand up near classroom we'll talk about donald trump by favourably walked the warehouse iron approach her blocker bomber hanging and my my office on a care my students now dan since one of the symptoms have but the republicans have been very good keep carrying teachers to death and then on top of that there defunding classrooms and defunding in public education the now betsy devos wants to basically destroy public and out pbs is going to run a three hour series backing that a system as bed thanks for the call thanks for sharing experience wounds and very very meaningful thank.

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