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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Over the eastbound span, two way operations and effect over the westbound span. Steve Residue. W T O p TRAFFIC. All right, Let's turn to storm team forced Lauren Rick. It's not a bad looking gay out there today is those temperatures rise to warmer values, and yesterday mid to upper eighties again, or an average temperatures. 70 degrees. We're 84 yesterday, you'll feel touching humidity out there today. A few more clouds as well, A little bit of a breeze. And if you pop up thunderstorms later on this afternoon, overnight sixties and then tomorrow below the mid eighties, more clowns around tomorrow a few scattered showers. Specially. Northwest D. C will keep a chance of submarine Thursday overnight Friday Friday, We'll have some scattered showers around about a 40% chance temperatures back in the sixties and seventies, a little windy on Friday. I'm sort of Game four meteorologist Lauren Rickets. It is a nice warm day already given us the taste of what's to come. 80 degrees is our temperature in northwest Washington right now, Arlington checking in and 73 it's 78 in Lanham. Temperatures heading to the upper eighties this afternoon. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go toe long fence dot com to schedule your free estimate today. It's 11 11. The Falls Church City School board has voted unanimously to rename two schools effective July 1st of this year. George Mason High School will change to Meridian High School well, Thomas Jefferson Elementary will return to its original name. Oak Street Elementary, Meridian High School was chosen because it recognizes the school's long history. Educating global citizens through the International Baccalaureate Program.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Fuel efficient RAV four visit Fitzgerald Toyota fit small dot com Today I'm Rita Kessler, w T O P. Traffic and Lauren Ricketts has our forecast. Average daytime high 70 degrees back in the mid to upper eighties. Today's of feeling a little bit like summer with a touch of humidity and again. Dumber than yesterday. A few more clouds compared to yesterday and again that tree pollen is running high. Watch out for if you pop up thunderstorms this afternoon and evening and then sixties overnight, we'll have some scattered showers and a few thunderstorms tomorrow about a 40% chance Few more clouds around tomorrow's. They said low to mid eighties and then we're back in the sixties and seventies on Friday with scattered showers for everybody. 40% Chance. I'm sorry, Team four meteorologist born Rick, It's pretty warm this morning. It's 64 in Arlington, Atlanta, 65 here outside of our studios. We Got 68 degrees. It's brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and scheduled your free estimate today. 6 11 now two schools in Falls church really getting new names. This summer, The false Church City School board voted unanimously to rename George Mason High School to Meridian High School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary to its original name. Oak Street Elementary. One reason we're ready in high school was chosen is because the city is on the original 17 91 Meridian, which marks the line between D C and Virginia school board member, Dr Sonia Ruiz Bolanos. We do have that cornerstone on Meridian Street in the city. I also think hopefully it brings notions of inclusivity and open mindedness. The two schools are currently named after founding fathers who also owned slaves. The new names are effective July 1st. Occasion. James to BU T O P NEWS. Loudon County's gun ban takes affect this week. Firearms and ammunition no longer are allowed in county parks or government buildings. The van does not apply to legal gun stored out of sight in a locked vehicle at a park, for example, or two sworn law enforcement officers. One of the exceptions that's actually written into the law that's a little bit unique is Exception for valid concealed carry holders in our open air parks. Jim Reed Loudon County Safety and Security.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Good morning to you joining us now. Tom Rossi. He is ABC. Seven W. J L, A reporter and we have some questions for him, Tom. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. Good morning to you. Mary invents how you guys doing? We're doing great. The chairman of the Falls Church School board said that they took a vote on Tuesday night. The revote the results of the vote being 7 to 0. And a Greg Anderson. The chair there said that they did this because they took a survey and they had a community discussion and his feeling and with the feeling of the other members of the school board, after all of those things was that the community wanted the names of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School and George Mason High School. Changed because those two names are offensive yet that's not what the community surveys said at all. Any idea how that boat went 7 to 0 when it has nothing to do with what the community said they wanted. Well, and I can tell you it certainly upset some people in the community, particularly those who participated in the survey. But, yes, the results they they change. They're going to change the names of two schools Thomas Jefferson Elementary and then George Mason High School. And they pulled people on both of them Parents, students staff and it was 56% in each case that said, Don't change the name but the number that said change. The name was pretty small by comparison. In the case of Thomas Jefferson, it was 20% George Mason was 23%. S so a lot of folks thought maybe they would keep the names, but instead, they unanimously voted to change it as you said, And they said, even though it was a relatively small percentage of folks who want to change the name, they said. You know, Essentially, it's upsetting anybody of defending anybody. They still wanted to change it because they didn't want folks going into a their examples that they gave was that if folks go into a building, knowing it's named after men who enslaved their ancestors. They could see why that would make some students uncomfortable, so they voted to change it. Obviously, a lot of people did disagree, however, some saying, Hey, these airmen who contributed a lot to this country, historically in a lot of the state of Virginia, historically, so we should keep the names but at the same time explained the legacy. Yeah, Plus their ideas laid the groundwork for the end of slavery. So this is all kind of insane, Tom. Um, I do wonder just as a basic matter. Why is it the school board focused on getting this students in Falls church back to school, and instead they're busy with these name changes right now. Well, that did come up on and one of the speakers. Actually, the first figure who spoke the other night wasn't talking about the name changed at all, but was talking about that very issue. But but At the same time. This is an issue as far as changing the names. Yeah, it started this summer after the George Floyd protesters. A few people have been trying to get in to change the names for years, but they never got any traction. Until after the George Floyd protests, and then all of a sudden it was taken very seriously and that led to Tuesday night they did vote to change them. Yeah. Do we know how much now this decision is going to cost the community? How much is this going to cost to change the names on all the equipment and come up with new names, And I mean it can't be cheap. It's got to be costing a lot of money It is in the biggest expense is actually the uniforms and the equipment for the athletic teams at George Mason High School that that's the big one that we were told. That's going to be about $96,000 to switch out all the uniforms. Uh, for the high school, they said they won't have to spend anything on extra sign because they're actually building a new high school pretty much on the same property there for the most part and in Falls church, So there'll be a new what we thought was going to be a new George Mason high school. But now it will be a new high school with a different name. That they send me a picture and friends of the basketball court, says Mustangs, which is their nickname on it, and that's going to stay. But they hadn't put George Mason on it yet because this issue what had come up, so they were gonna wait and see what they did with that for the elementary school, they said, it's gonna be about $13,500, mostly for new signs because they have toe Obviously take down the sign that, says Thomas Jefferson, and it's not just a ground level sign. You know, it's on the building above the main doors. Pretty amazing. So what you're telling us is that Falls church is about to spend over $100,000 to remove the founders of our country from schools rather than you know. I mean, this is an amazing story, actually. And in the midst of all of it, not getting the students back to school now, is this going to set off yet? Another Shane of name changes around our area. Do you first see other schools in Falls church or elsewhere? Deciding? Okay, Now's the time to change our name to let's get rid of our founder from the name of our school. That was actually our first question because when we heard about it, we in our newsroom thought, well, you know, there's a lot of other schools named for Thomas Jefferson and there's some others. Obviously, George Mason University is kind of a big deal. S so we called around because just a few miles away in Arlington, there's a Thomas Jefferson middle school s. So I called Arlington and they said at this point, no plans to change it. Um, Fairfax County has Thomas Jefferson High School called them. They said no plans to change it. And George Mason, their president. Who is black, came out this summer and said, You know, even though George Mason has a complicated legacy on the one hand, he did all these good things..

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"mason high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Believe that Democrats As a party. Not every individual Democrat but as a party. I believe that Democrats are interested not only in axing the electoral college from the Constitution, I think I'd like to scrap the constitution. They seem to have real problems with the First Amendment have huge problems with the Second Amendment aren't so great on the Fourth Amendment. And you know, it seems like they would rather just Throw the Constitution into the trash. And start over again. So no more electoral college no more right to the speak your mind. No more freedom to peaceably. Assemble no more right to keep and bear arms. That's what they'd love to do. It's just a matter of Acquiring the power that would enable them To do that. Right now, In terms of Going to be the electoral college. I think they're gonna fall short. But we need be paying very close attention because this issue and the attacks in our constitution They're not going away. A matter of fact, when we come back for re quick break here, we're gonna talk about something that's going on in the D. C. Suburbs where The school board voted unanimously last night. To rename a couple of schools in the district. Because the names of these schools are apparently so offensive. Students attending class there feel unsafe. So On gird yourself. I'm about to say these very controversial names here, so I just want to prepare yourself. Thomas Jefferson Elementary. Is going to get a new name. George Mason High School. They're going.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Actually pays your sales tax this Saturday and actually home store Jack Taylor. W T o P Traffic. Lauren Rickets joins us here with the forecast. Lauren Some folks are waking up in the twenties this morning. Oh, certainly In some folks, you're gonna be waking up and just seen a few light snowflakes flying around. Out there. I'm scenes and stuff on radar. I do not believe it's hitting the ground. We're really drying out there. So that's why we'll just see a few light snow showers as we continue through the morning flurries Really? And then maybe a rain showers warm up. We're warming into the mid to upper forties for daytime highs today. Lots of cloud cover, but yes, twenties and thirties out there right now, so it is chilly. We're back in the twenties and thirties overnight is skies clear? And then tomorrow and Friday. Beautiful plenty of sunshine and mild low to mid fifties tomorrow mid to Upper fifties on Friday. Now by the time we get into Saturday that temperatures up around 60 degrees, we will have an increasing cloud cover, But a lot of Saturday dry We're looking for some rain showers late Saturday night, and we'll have some showers around on Sunday, but something's temperature still in the upper fifties. Right now we're in the low thirties. Here in Washington. 31 is our temperature. Gaithersburg, 28 Middleburg at 28 as well and Fredericksburg 27. It's 30 right now, on friendship Heights. Brought to you by new look home design right now. Save 50% on all roofing materials. 6 22 Now will the false Church school board voted seven to nothing to change the names of Thomas Jefferson Elementary and George Mason High School. The vote last night was in spite of a recent community survey that showed a majority. 56% of the community didn't.

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Woodrow Wilson HS student paper endorses ‘Black pioneer’ teacher for rename, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Woodrow Wilson HS student paper endorses ‘Black pioneer’ teacher for rename, Washington DC

"School in the district will soon have a new name. But what will it be? Some ideas include naming it after former Mayor Marion Barry or former Council member Hilda Mason School's newspaper has its own thoughts, saying she would be the first woman to be named after a district public high school. Woodrow Wilson's student run newspapers endorsing a former educator who was one of the first black teachers at their school, the students staff, but the beacon endorses Edna be Jackson. Saying her influence is a black pioneer and a majority. White population demands recognition, The district decided to rename Woodrow Wilson because of the late U. S. President support for segregation of federal employees. Ken Duffy

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New round of $10,000 grants for Seattle small businesses

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

New round of $10,000 grants for Seattle small businesses

"Can apply for another round of covert relief grants. As we hear from comas, Ryan Yamamoto. The grants are $10,000 each The amounts of the funding totals about $4 million in the city calls it the small business stabilization fund. Earlier this year, the city provide Agresto 469 companies and businesses. 9000 businesses applied in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin's office says business owners need to reapply because the criteria Is a little bit different. This time around. The North Mason School

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"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Out of the governor's office, requiring high schools, colleges and grade schools to play by set of rules that have nothing to do with public health. Once again there is no student and Mason High School. I think there's 3000 students. They're unbelievable. 3000. No student. Hasbeen hospitalized at Mason with this covert 19 virus. None. No. One under the age of 20. Has died in the state of Ohio. Oh, and CPS announced yesterday they're going to go 1 to 2, which is two days a week. You're in school in three days awake. You're home. And the question is asked all the time. Well, how much at risk Our CPS students, the answer is well, not at all. We're not at risk. They're not at risk. Okay? How many been hospitalized? Zero How many died? Zero. So how much at risk Your 36,000 students actual, actually, not at all at risk. So then why act as if you are So let's take some calls on Ah, Michael current situation and also the rules, but I want Mike DeWine to be reelected. I got my hand on the back of the room, raising up a mic. You're not very popular. I don't care what the polls say. You know, I get back from him and others. Well, you know. The 70%. 70% Well. No. One I know in business or in school or have kids in school. Support what the governor's doing. I don't.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Make the changes that are needed Falls Church City School board chair Greg Anderson says renaming George Mason High School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary, two men who were founding fathers but who also owned slaves. One's in line with their broader policy on equity and inclusion. This renaming question that we face is part of a bigger picture of equity that we've been working on, and we will continue to work on its not clear when the school board will vote on the issue or what the next steps will be. Earlier this week, the Prince William County School Board unanimously voted to change the name of two schools that memorialized Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. Andrea Cameron. W T. O P new LAWSUIT claims some of the nation's leading property management companies deliberately excluded older people from seeing Facebook ads for dozens of apartment complexes in the DC area. The class action suit, filed today by the Housing rights Initiative is billed as the first lawsuit to accuse residential property management companies of engaging in housing advertising discrimination. The federal suit says anyone older than 50 was deemed to be too old to get housing ads on Facebook for the 10 companies named Defendants. The federal government has accused Facebook of discrimination for allowing advertisers to systematically exclude groups of people from seeing housing ads. We're monitoring an ongoing situation tonight in Montgomery County's Falls Grove area. Police say they got a call about one this afternoon that a man of the Hilton Garden Inn on Shady Grove Road was threatening to hurt himself. Police say they have been negotiating with a man since it's not clear whether he has a weapon. Some roads in that area have been shut down. Stay with w T o p and w t o p dot com tonight for the latest now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry, visit my eye doctor dot.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Is the sound of Richmond. Stonewall Jackson statue lifted off its pedestal along Monument Avenue as heavy rains fell on a cheering crowd. It took a few hours, but crews managed to get it down with a crane this afternoon. This removal followed in order on the same day from Richmond Mayor LeVar Stoney that all Confederate statues on city land be removed The statues Although symbolic have cast a shadow on the dreams of our Children of color. I'm removing them. We can begin to heal and focus our attention on our future. Stony bucked advice from the interim city attorney and the City Council, which wanted to schedule a special meeting to formally vote on a resolution. Stony argues that he could do this through his emergency powers and that the statue can be put in storage until the legal process plays out. Protesters have already toppled several Confederate statues in Richmond, including one depicting the president of the Confederacy. Jefferson Davis. Well, Covert 19 is a concern in itself during this pandemic, but we're learning how the crisis is leading to deaths in other ways. There's a nationwide spike right now in drug overdose, Jess and it's believed to have indirect links to the outbreak. The Washington Post Health reporter William Juan joins us Live with more William. Thanks for joining us. Tell us what you found out here. Sure this is something that people have been worried about for for many months now, and now, the date is starting to emerge. We have you know, the state of our government is such that we don't even have real good real time data. The best that exists, though, is this data that comes from ambulances and police and emergency agencies all over the country? And that's showing spiked as high as 50% in some locations nationally. We're seeing in the month of May 42% increase in dispatch calls for overdoses around the country. It seems like there was a recipe for disaster here before the pandemic anyway, when it came to lack of funding for drug treatment programs did that also play a part here? Laying the groundwork here for this overdose, Serge? It did a lot of our infrastructure, You know, treatment centers, clinics, support groups. All of that is so underfunded in the country, but what happened once the pandemic it is you have revenue for all of these nonprofit groups. You know, they do insurance reimbursements. For example, all of that plummeted to some of these treatment centers are on the brink of just bankruptcy and closing. Some have actually already closed. Lastly, what is the possible solution here to bring down these overdose numbers? I mean, no easy solutions. But one very clear thing that needs to be done is they need more funding. You know, Trump and some of the conservatives they've been hammering this point home of like, Oh, we're afraid of suicides, writing overdose deaths, But in the trillions they've approved for funding emergency funding. Less than 200 of the percent have been Of 1% have been devoted to mental health and substance abuse. Clearly, you need a lot more funding. 20. All right, The Washington Post health reporter William Wan, thank you willing for joining us It is 6 14 here on W. GOP. There are more calls a cz well to change names of Virginia public schools in this area. The Falls Church City Public School board is faced with calls to change the names of George Mason High School and Thomas Jefferson Middle School. Named after two of the founding fathers who are also slave owners, and the issue remains a complicated one for the residents and the board. I think the question is far from clear. Certainly in my mind and in the communities mind we are talking about two men who accomplished a lot, but clearly enclaves. School board member Phil Reitinger says he welcomes the process. However, it's not clear what the next steps are or if a vote will happen soon. Earlier this week, The Prince William County School Board unanimously voted to change the name of two schools that memorialize Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. Andrea Cameron w T. O p noon. As we said earlier concerning Confederate statues, protesters have already toppled several in Richmond, including one depicting the president of the Confederacy. Jefferson Davis, Virginia Governor Northam says he is proud to introduce and signed legislation that empowers localities to remove Confederate monuments. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think at 6 15 here, George Wallace is in a lot of talk. Whether not the NFL would shorten the preseason from four games to two. It looks like that's gonna happen. Reports this afternoon have the NFL eliminating weeks one and four in the preseason, especially since there are no on field workouts during this offseason. They can spend more time doing that, and the new schedule could come out in the next day or two. With each team getting a home game and a road game. So four games down to to think that's something nobody will have a problem with The Wizard's continuing to work out before departing for Orlando Bradley, Beal said today he's still not sure if he's going to make the trip. With his team still talking it over as far as injuries and with the medical team and we'll see what happens if Bradley Beal decides not to join the Wizards, Davis Burt Times already opting not to go as far as the team that does go, Scott Brooks. We can't wait to see what I can't wait to see our hunger. That's what I love about this team. We came in with the practice mentality. We were hungry. We were starving to get better, and I and I think it when you have a team, no matter what age you have, like I said a couple years ago, we had a lot of talent, but they didn't then blend well together, but this room blended well, The chemistry was terrific. It worked and our leaders put in, but I can't wait to see that again. I miss it. They miss it. They miss. That's why I love this trip going down there, where there's also officially adding Jerry and Grant to the roster. Former DeMatha Star also son of former Washington bullet, Harvey Grant Nationals, players showing up a gnat's park Today they'll begin workouts on Friday. Nationals also announcing they have signed nine undrafted free agents George Wallace, Toby Toby Sports Coming up after traffic and weather. Drastic state budget cuts are coming in Maryland, 6 16 Okay show of hands. Who's put on a few pounds during locked down with all the junk food in the newsroom. Chocolate became a food group.

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"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on WTOP

"School Board chair Greg Anderson says renaming George Mason High School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary, two men who were founding fathers but who also owned slaves, ones in line with their broader policy on equity and inclusion. This renaming question that we face is part of a bigger picture of equity that we've been working on, and we will continue to work on. It's not clear when the school board will vote on the issue or what the next steps will be. Earlier this week, the Prince William County School Board unanimously voted to change the name of two schools that memorialized Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. Andrea Cameron. W T O P NEWS, the nation's monuments and memorials, basically a heavier law enforcement presidents over the July 4th holiday as CBS news correspondent CAMI McCormick reports, the Department of Homeland Security says a special task force has been set up. An additional personnel will be assigned to assist in the protecting of monuments and statues, and that may involve a potential surgeon personnel. Acting secretary Chad Wolf says As the July 4th holiday approaches, he's directed the deployment and pre positioning of rapid deployment teams across the country to respond to potential threats. A check of the early going on Wall Street shows quite the turnaround. Stock futures had been down earlier this morning, but right now Shortly after the open, the Dow is up 168 points. The NASDAQ is up 28 the S and P 500 up 16. Coming up. The airlines were starting to see more passengers, but now they may be chasing them away. It's 9 37 Anyone.

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"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We have kids home from school we have all kinds of X. added expenses and financial hardships on all of the thirty three thousand residents and so how do we choose one group over another it's excruciating this is very difficult no one will face charges after a big gathering at Mason high school video from the parking lot party went viral but no arrests police in Mason said they made the crowd of teens dispersed Monday night with schools across the area turned on the stadium lights to pay tribute to the class of twenty twenty police said many of the Mason teens got other cars to hang out a spokesperson for the school district says they learned a lesson from that event in the future Tracy Carson says anything they do daughter students will get done in a way to avoid tempting them to violate the your high school graduation at the drive in owners of the starlight drive in Emelia say they're booking up fast for graduations this year number of schools making plans to head to the graduation ceremonies there with the broadcast on the big screen families watching from their cars date never shows the latest casualty of coronavirus organizer say it will be held at the end of July schedule day are holding out hope that might be able to do it before the end of the year city of Florence will not open its aquatic center this summer anyone to purchase to twenty twenty pull pass will be contacted about getting a refund or transferring it to twenty twenty one Florence is also announced the cancellation of the annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony one thing that is happening the fourth of July fireworks in New York City mayor says Macy's is going to pay for the display and people have to find a way to watch without gathering in big crowds this is a day we cannot miss this is a celebration that has to happen because it's about our nation and that's about all we stand for as Americans and new Yorkers as a symbol of our strength and resilience for more info on our skill the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information.

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Schools across America close due to coronavirus

Lance McAlister

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Schools across America close due to coronavirus

"Governor also announcing a ban on gatherings of a hundred people or more the order doesn't include airports bus stations offices places where people can distance themselves from other people Kentucky governor is now recommending tonight that all public and private K. through twelve schools close starting Monday for two weeks there are some schools that are going to be closed tomorrow among them Lebanon city schools rock worn academy is going to be closed as well southwest local schools you'll wanna check obviously with your schools and see if your kids are going to be off school tomorrow Mason schools among those as well that are going to be closed starting to

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Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

"It's time to the barricades our weekly call to action for a maniacs listeners. Namie what would we making anti riot? Shields out of been leads this week. I think it's a literal barricade this week isn't it because of self quarantining any sniffle so seriously though not in terms of Checking on old people necessarily because of the virus but more in terms of supplies. There's been a shortage of all sorts of supplies already. People have Hannah King. And it's difficult to get out of hand sanitizer and Lou role and all these things that the government telling us we need. So if you've got an elderly neighbor would suggest just offering go to the shops to make sure that they got some stuff maybe share your stuff with them and then one MP earlier this week said the Mason. School thing. People can do if they haven't already done so is to get the flu job because then if you do get poorly you know it's not the normal free and that sort of a good way of knowing whether or not you've just got typical standard flew over your symptoms are potentially related to credit of ours so really need to keep healthy remains needs to be there fighting the good fight grit some through even if you had the job yeah yeah but It certainly seems to be some of the advice that that Public Health England have done in briefings to the. Mp's there now passing onto people which is get through job so at least you know that you ruled that one out and if you're getting poorly then it may well be west getting checked out for the colonel and so really very. It seems trivial advice. But it's not a real flu. People involved was the because those industries being wrecked. Basically from people not wanting to go out with things let alone book fair being canceled centimeters Who is basically like if you do air anywhere link tip generously be aware that actually there are a lot of economic consequences of this even at this early stage of just a lot of people that sort of thing and if you can just sort of Yeah help a little bit and chuck a bit more money. That's true a hotel. I was speaking to a song of the week. He's got lots of hotels across London and he was saying that the day the person was found to have coronavirus at the conference at the key to center by three scare now that occupancy rates dropped from about ninety percent twenty two percents in a couple of days had a huge impact almost immediately. I'm big companies like Google have bound all international travel for staff implementing work from home policies. Almost immediately it's not just you know. Wait to sell corentin if you're feeling poorly but everyone quarantine themselves as much as they can already and of course they're not has other economic impacts people not buying their coffee on the day to work. Nope finding out started deserve all all out massive

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"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thirty five. I don't know if you saw this yesterday. I thought would Mason high school did this spring with doing away with valedictorians and salutatorian. We've just it was ill advised. Just just let let's say that. And that will be as kind as it is in the in this world that we live in there are winners and losers. Not everybody wins. Not everybody loses. Not everybody who is competitive wins. Not everybody who tries their hardest wins. This is a result of the participation ribbons society. Remember that kids that showed up for science fair projects didn't have any science fair project, but they showed up. Well, here's a ribbon for participating, and now it seems like those who were participation ribbon kids are raising their own families. It's so I'm sure you realize have heard that Mason, high school is doing away with valedictorians salutatorian 's. They were trying to recognize or put in a recognition system that eliminated those things which are lobby. Let's face it, if somebody achieves that status, they have probably worked harder than everybody else in that school. They have probably dedicated themselves to becoming smarter, and they probably or should more often than not be be be rewarded for that kind of work. Look, I wasn't smart enough to be my valedictorian. But that doesn't mean I didn't admire the work that the guy that was my valedictorian at my high school did kid was smart was a good kid played sports smarter than a whip understood what, what life. And what academe IX is all about. Good. Kid. He that's what valedictorians and salutatorian czar, but at at Mason high school. Principal. Bobby Dodd has said that the school decided not to continue with those programs valedictorian and salutatorian because of the quote, highly competitive culture, and the impact student course. Loads have on stress and anxiety levels will Bobby I'd hate to break the news to you, but in the real world, that's what life is all about. When you get out there, you're going to find stress, and you're gonna find executive and nobody can wrap your arms around you and say, you know what that stress needs to go away, done that doesn't happen that way you know, why? Because the guy that's paying you to work for him wants the job done at the highest and best little possible. That's it. So I saw this yesterday. It was on the w CPO dot com website. And I was happy to see it. I don't know whether or not this has any legs may or may not. But there is a state Representative represents Miami's Berg his name is neurology on Tommy, neuro, Johnny. And he says, quote, these students work hard to become top academically achieving students in their class competition fosters excellence. And we should be encouraging that bingo, and so he has introduced a Bill that would require all school districts in the state of Ohio to give valedictorian and salutatorian honors each academic year. Participation ribbons. Don't cut it winning cuts. And if you lose valuable lesson, the lesson is I don't wanna lose again. And you get back on your feet and you try to win again. Because just trying and just eliminating anxiety and stress. That's all well and good. In a vacuum in the real world. It doesn't work that way. It doesn't it does not work that way. So good for a Representative neurology on Tani from Miami's Berg he gets it. Coming up on ten thirty scams how to avoid them because sandy guile doesn't want that to happen to you, and she's next on seven hundred wwl w. Seven hundred wwl w. Helping to protect you from being ripped off. This is scam of the week with sandy guile of the Better Business Bureau. Nobody wants to be the victim of a scam. And that's why we have sandy guile every week at this time here on seven hundred wwl w sandy, I've never been a victim of a scam. However, I think I could be in the future. I live in fear of this. Exactly. But here's what I'm wondering if dad, we, you know, after this ends today and go home. You know, the sun goes down. I'm thinking about what might happen to me. Good. I call you tonight. Just in case anything bothers me here. Good. Good good. Five three four two one three zero one five or you know what we have to fabulous.

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"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yes. Yes. Well, let's see we got here because what I have in my little handwrite right here is the nine on your side. First warning weather forecast presided over until Steve Raleigh arrives in the afternoon or could it could be Sherry, Hugh? I thought I saw Sherry last night after the NBA game anyway presided over at this hour by Jennifer catch Mark sunny today, high seventy five I'm telling you, it's just going to be gorgeous. Tonight, partly cloudy, low fifty five tomorrow's sunshine, maybe a little rain, maybe not seventy six for the high. We're at sixty five right now at the tri-state severe weather station, News Radio, seven hundred wwl w cutting up bottom of the hour, the scam of the week with that woman. That would never scam you but would prevent you from being a scam? Or from being a scam victim. Santa guy is going to join us at ten thirty five. I don't know if you saw this yesterday. I thought what Mason high school did this spring with doing away with valedictorians and salutatorian? We just it was ill advised. Just just let let's say that. And that will be as kind as it is in the in this world that we live in there are winners and losers. Not everybody wins. Not everybody loses. Not everybody who is competitive wins, not everybody who tries their hardest wins. This is a result of the participation ribbons society. Remember that kids that showed up for science fair projects, then have any science fair project, but they showed up. Well, here's a ribbon for participating, and now it seems like those who were participation ribbon kids are raising their own families. It's so I'm sure you realize have heard that Mason, high school is doing away with valedictorians. Saluda tories. They were trying to recognize or put in a recognition system that eliminated those things which are I mean, let's face it, if somebody achieves that status, they have probably worked harder than everybody else in that school. They have probably dedicated themselves to becoming smarter, and they probably or should more often than not be be be rewarded for that kind of work. Look, I wasn't smart enough to be my valedictorian. But that doesn't mean I didn't admire the work that the guy that was my valedictorian at my high school did kid was smart was a good kid played sports smarter than a whip understood what, what life. And what academe IX is all about. Good. Kid, he that's what valedictorian salutatorian czar. But at at Mason high school. Principal. Bobby Dodd has said that the school decided not to continue with those programs valedictorian and salutatorian because of the quote, highly competitive culture, and the impact student course loads have on stress and anxiety levels. Bobby, I'd hate to break the news to you, but in the real world, that's what life is all about. When you get out there, you're gonna find stress, and you're gonna find exactly and nobody can wrap your arms around you and say, you know what that stress needs to go away, done that doesn't happen that way you know, why? Because the guy that's paying you to work for him wants the job done at the highest and best little possible. That's it. So I saw this yesterday. It was on the w CPO dot com website. And I was happy to see it. I don't know whether or not this has any legs may or may not, but there is a state Representative represents Miami's Berg his name is neurology on Tommy neuro John Tani. And he says, quote, these students work hard to become top academically achieving students in their class competition fosters excellence, and we should be encouraging that bingo, and so he has introduced a Bill that would require all school districts in the state of Ohio to give valedictorian and saluda Taurean honors each academic year. Participation ribbons. Don't cut it winning cuts it. And if you'll lose valuable lesson the lesson is I don't wanna lose again. And you get back on your feet and you try to win again. Because just trying and just eliminating anxiety and stress. That's all well and good. In a vacuum in the real world. It doesn't work that way. It doesn't it does not work that way. So good for Representative neurology on Tani from Miami's Berg. He gets it. It's coming up on ten thirty scams how to avoid them because sandy guile doesn't want that to happen to you, and she's next on seven hundred wwl w..

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"mason high school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Let me tell you something don't don't forget this Mel Brooks at the best line of raw lacks. None of us to get out of here. Live think the people are gonna remember you. Remember, Donald Trump does one person that people are gonna remember from our era. You're gonna remember one person is that I tell me. Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. Who cares? Wow. Matters. I had my hand if I was going to say, Michael, Jordan. Hold. Okay, man. You lost a lot of people with that one. If you hear what the mood you say. And what did you think he was going to say right there? I mean, what was your anticipate nothing against Neil? But was wasn't Neil Armstrong from either no thought of a number of different other people. But no, he was the one. But yes, I mean as far as a lot of the stuff doesn't matter. That we all get, you know, so fixed on each and every day, I think there is certainly some truth to that. But there are some little decisions that are made that have big impact this political season will be remembered for hundreds of years because it turned everything around hundreds of years. The this is a president who has never a politician who never ran for anything in his life was never lifted anything life who was a private business citizen. Yeah. Who who had a game show and ended up being the president United States? Up to this point in time on precedent. Jed guys over senators and congressmen, and whatever that that had this in America just had enough of it and went with this guy, and he turned it on series. It may never happen again understand but man to couple of hundred years. Well, I'm just saying they're going to talk about this a long time moving forward. I would say a long time to think that's true. Meanwhile, by the time, you're talking down the road. The we won't have any valedictorians because that'll be done away with competitive, you you talk about little things that can have a profound impact. Yeah. I think this is one of them could. A high school announced late last week that they're going to be eliminating valedictorian and salutatorian honor starting next year because they want to improve students mental wellness Mason high school in Cincinnati suburb say they are removing the honors and will now just recognize student to achieve outstanding academic success through a multitude of pathways. This is to curb the competitive culture at the school and permit students to focus on other things. Okay. The can't compete. There's no place for competition in schools. That's what the world is. That's what it is. Yes. Businesses competing with other businesses. There's a winner and a loser. I mean, I know every business relationship you want it to be a win win. But I mean, if you have a business, you're competing with other businesses. Yes to get someone else's business. And even if you're not an owner of business if you are for example. At employees. Yes. You may be friends with your colleagues. But when it's time for a promotion, you're going to want to beat them, right? Yeah. How you do that yell workum, right or you work smarter. You figure it out, and you try to do it above board some people, we know don't. But my gosh to take away the competition because of stress how is that preparing somebody for what they're going to face. Understand it. So listen, if you wanna make the argument, hey, maybe you didn't get valedictorian of your class that doesn't mean you're not going to be a great success. I'm all for that. Because I believe that to be true. But to say do away with it completely. Well, I would have been if I hadn't been robbed totally stolen from me. What was your consider myself Victorian? Does how you identify right? There you go. I think I am. Therefore, I am it seems like that's where we're getting closer to every day as long as you identifies. Whatever you want. Then you are right. Yes..

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"mason high school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Point five w well, it's graduation time of year right now. And we always hear these crazy. Graduation stories and ABC Sherry Preston is joining us right now as a school is dropping their valedictorian honors. That's exactly right school is Mason high school just outside. Side of Cincinnati and the school board and the faculty say that they had been holding meetings on the wellness of students, and they determined that picking a valedictorian and a saluda Torian numbers one and two in the class was was not healthy because these kids were just taking classes over and over and over again, not crosses that they wanted or classes they liked just AP classes, they knew that they could ace so they could up their GPA. And they said they didn't think that that was such a healthy thing. They're still going to have sort of a grading system. The way they do it in college. If you get a certain GPA, then you're named Magna cum laude doing your during your graduation sumo can logged on your next year down. And then there's everybody else is getting some blow back by some people who say that they're making students sauce the competition is a part of life, and it should keep going with this. But the faculty the teachers say we studied it we read the books, and we think that this will help our kids mental health. Sure competition is stressful. I totally understand. And appreciate how stressful competition. Is but but to the point of those who are raising questions about this. I mean, how prepared are are we getting these kids ready for the real world because I don't know that that your jobs are going to diminish the level of competition that exists out there once you enter the workforce. Well, that's right. And that's what that's what people arguing saying. Look, if you don't have competition, you know in high school when will you have it one? We learn to compete when you learn that somebody is the best somebody's second-best and on further down. But what they're saying is their argument is that you know, what we're trying to do is to to say that you know, there's only two three four kids that actually compete for this. I had a niece went to receive his high school in Racine, Wisconsin, and she was number two in her classical reformed and fifty kids and she just wanted that number one so bad everybody else in the class. I didn't care, but those numbers one two three boy, they just they fought for it. So, you know. Some are like, okay, you're gonna kid you're going to compete. They're going to always compete. They know their number one and two they know that if you get rid of that plus you have to use these a lot of times you have to use rankings on on college applications. So that as well, you know, use your apply for colleges they're going to say what your class rank. How many are in your class? You know, now some are saying, okay, what your GPA is it on a weighted scale is it not are weighted scale schools. Also, by the way, Joe letting kids sleep in if I were later and saying we're going to start school later because other studies have shown that that improves kids mental wellbeing too. Sure. Sure. Alright ABC Sherry Preston. Let us know hit us up right now in the open Mike with with your your take on this. Do you think this is a smart move to accommodate our kids mental health, or do you think that this is just making them too? Soft moving forward into the real life. Hit us up on the Mike right now at seven thirteen on Orlando's morning news. This is your Washington watchdog, Jamie Dupree. You're listening to the expanded newsfeed on news ninety six five WD. Oh, good morning. I'm Rika Puteaux. I'm Marsha Taylor..

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"mason high school" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on KTRH

"Forecast similar to what it was in Minneapolis. When they went there to play the twins like temperatures in the forties. It's may. It's terrible. All right. We have another school doing away with their valedictorian and salutatorian programs. It's an Ohio high school Mason high school. That's a Cincinnati suburb saying that their students who have achieved outstanding academic success through a multitude of pathways court into the principal. They're hoping that this will help improve mental health disaster. All competition, evidently is bad for your mental health. So will this help mental health? Maybe we should go ahead and bring a little bit more of an expert on this one Robby Ludwig was on FOX over the weekend. Talking about this very issue sees she's a psychiatrist the high school that has eliminated valedictorian. It doesn't believe in ranking kids. And I know that the kids are still tremendously spreads. They they still need to get into college. They still need to do. Well in the AC teas in the SAT's. So the Spurs is really. They're supposed to do what they feel comfortable doing. But I am not. I not say that having ranking real undue stress on his I think that parents need to advise her kids that happens in all different ways. You don't need to be number one that there are people out there who will ranked number one number two, and you have to deal with that reality in the real world. Yeah. There's the real world people. Here's why got revenge don't think it has anything to do with getting rid of stress except for maybe the people at the school. I think they've gotten harassed by parents over the course of years about those kids who have great point average is that are so close. It's almost flip a coin for was the valedictorian who slew Taurean, I think they're trying to dealing with the parents. That's what I think sixteen time for traffic and weather together. Let's catch up on the dry once again, here's chilling darning. We do have a closure. We had an overnight accident. Now, there's a has met still with this large truck. It's on forty five eight thirty.

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"mason high school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So I've spent time in locker rooms extensive amount of times, and I can tell you flat out that men young men in those selection in those selected groups can be idiots. And I do not believe that for every man hired. There is a qualified woman who has just been denied the opportunity that is a bogus premise to me. I do not believe we have a a collection of women who are every bit as talented. As men one for one. Do I believe there are women? Absolutely. I believe it. No question. Do I believe that on a hiring purpose that for every man that gets hired? There is a woman who's just as qualified to be an NBA head coach or an NBA fischel. No, I do not. That makes me a caveman or a sexist so bad so bad. It's the era of labels. If that's what somebody believes they're more. The welcome to believe it. 'cause they're absolutely qualified candidates. There's no question in my mind that there are qualified candidates. There's also no question in my mind that a discussion. Of qualified. NBA officials to be hired. There's not a woman if you go if we were to go five deep. I might agree with you. If you're telling me that we can go ten twenty thirty candidates steep. I say poppycock. That's respectful as I can get on the subject if you want to share all you candidate five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four CBS. I saw Mason high school. Mason high school. I don't know. I'm gonna make sure I know where Mason high schools located because I want to make sure it gets Mason, Ohio. Has decided to change something up after this year? Mason high school is no longer have going to have students in Mason, Ohio vi- for valedictorian and salutatorian distinctions. After this year's graduating classes, they're going to do this in order to reduce the overall competitive culture. The twin students school officials said beginning with the class of twenty twenty high school do away with both honors. Ficials said follows a year long study and focus groups with students staffers and family. Because at Mason high school. It's about what it means to be happy, and what it means to be successful. It's about the whole child. It's going to change the atmosphere in school..

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"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:52 min | 3 years ago

"mason high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But try gamble infant. And then see what happens. Correct p-a-k. You didn't know we are gambling is your weekly reality check, Thursday nights nine to midnight. And we're talking about the, and this was a story out of Mason high school. They're among because there are a lot of them. And even the sheriff who gets us on the air, thankfully, and sometimes takes us on something. Right. Talked about how his full went from seven twenty five star time to eight. And then of course, people didn't like that. So they went back. Well, let me ask you this something I'm not in favor of that. But something that I have seen floated out there that I am in favour of all right year round school where you have it year round. So that parents can plan. You don't have to figure out an entire summers worth things to do with younger kids, and you have longer breaks between quarters you break. It up is are the school days the same length, they could probably be shorter or you can go to that block setting system or whatever. Because then I think the other thing that it does is it allows you, and I talked about this is if let's say you're going to high school, but you want to go into the trades, and you don't want to go into college you could use maybe the summer quarter. If you will to go out and get apprenticeships. Experience. Lex ability like that because I do think some some depending on age some students need the opportunity to work at center. So think about this one reason why a lot of schools, and it does there are times. When I go man, they're starting already started before most people work, and one of the reasons is to allow parents, and or people who get them to and fro if you don't take the transportation, some schools do not offer it to allow them to do it. Now on the back end the problem with moving the start time back is the end time gets moved back. So extra curricula think about practices. What time games? I mean, look, right. But let me read this. This a comment from Tracy Carson, who's a spokesperson from Mason school. She says what we hear from our families themselves and the medical community is that the anxiety and depression, students are facing and other kinds of factors. Are reaching a critical point for our district. For those who don't know Mason high schools, the largest in Ohio fifty two hundred students has quote, a little bit of a competitive culture, and what we'd like to think of as the instructional pieces maybe playing into facets of mental health. It's just one step as a district. We thought it's important to put a stake in the ground. But you're not gonna make kids sleep for eight hours by doing that. That's you're not you're addressing symptoms. You're not addressing the issue years ago back when I was still in the news, and I'm talking years ago. And this will tell you how much because I I will tell you. I think kids are staying up later today because of all the social media technology video games. I can I'll never forget this all don't call anybody. I'm like are you have you seen a teenager? Now. It's nine ten. You think you're nuts? Hello there up later. The I the problem with us is we if we wanted to answer a phone call or whatever we had to get up and walk over to the wall and pull the phone off the cordless six feet, and you're going to be doing that. And you made this point earlier in the end the parent that was interviewed also to thank you. Yeah. Right. I get. No. That can't. So look also this we've discovered to when you get in bed and you sleep with your phone. What do you think mean, you think you're going to sleep? That's the responsibility of the parents or the guardians. I'm sorry. I don't I don't disagree at all. Now. I can't even begin to tell you, my friend. I right now, I got my planner out me. I still use the plan and I put the approximate time on the Super Bowl. Halftime because I can't wait. Yes. I don't know. Whether I'm more excited about Gladys. Knight belt now, the anthem or my favorite group. Maroon five serenading bamboo hang on his big boy rang on so the theme of social Justice inspire change. How about this concept? Let's play a damn football game. Let's watch the commercials which get worse and worse every year, right? And let let's watch the football game. I get it. I get it. Biggest audience one Lori women come all over the NFL is playing a massive amount of catch up right now with social Justice and messaging and everything else. I mean, look look as far as the cleats two years ago. If you wore custom cleats, you were fined fifteen thousand dollars to here. And then all of a sudden, they go no way. That's all right now, we're going to we're going to promote the clue here's what I would tell you NFL. You catch yourself and leave all this other crap out of it. Yeah. Yeah. How about we just have the frisbee dog at halftime? I'm okay with that. Maybe Mike Brown was onto sample though. They were bad this year, the wind. Yeah. When Fido wasn't so, but it's going to be in Atlanta. There's not going to be. That'll be fine. Oh, and my buddies from the waffle house. Segment for a CBS this morning since the Atlanta dispenser home is in Atlanta. Stop please. With the social Justice inspiring of change stop stop telling me what we should do. Well, I'm waiting for one person to come up and say to me, I have completely changed my life lifestyle. My life patterns, my belief system my dog Matic in underpinning, everything because of the maroon five performance at halftime with big boy that was the turning point for me. It's it's people you affect this from the inside out one on one inner personally. He's a big boy start to get a little Hong start to. Yeah. You start to water at the side of your mouth taste in that tartar sauce. Now, I feel Capello's about this same time last Thursday that we went into a discussion about the perils of my vehicle. All right. So for those who missed it. I have a two thousand nine Honda Accord, it has too many miles on it and it slowly. But surely has been breaking down. It has about maybe maybe not quite the clip of partner. So last last week as we we meet before we are show prep is we we eat. Yeah. And maybe we have a beverage nearby. We're close. So I told you I said when we walked out of the restaurant, I said now you're going to hear when I start my vehicle, and then please wait for me in the garage. So you get a full glimpse of what it sounds like. So last week we had a chassis issue and some screaming belt you could hear me probably from about a quarter mile. So I can you you heard it tonight. It sounds delight. And now, it's all been fixed. But we have another issue now the big, but I like big butts, and I cannot lie. So there were two keys. There was the primary key which, you know, did all the little things like you press the button it locked on locked and open the trunk. And then there was the horrifying secondary. I believe they call it. The valet key. This is the valley, which the actual port you skip into the keyhole is a little loose. And none of the bugs. So the other day every go again. I go to start the car and the key falls in half. So. All the floorboard tried to find the other half. Because you gotta have both. To start the. Then of course, there's the screw frigate millimeter. I can't find that. So I found scotch tape. So the keys down taped together, and I have to like care if I can't find the primary, I don't know where they went. And I think it was on me, my wife, sometimes is is not good at putting keys away. I usually am. But I'm taking the blame for this one. This is so bad. So now when I put it in the door, I have to hold it to make sure it doesn't because you know, what's going to happen. If I'm ever not here on a Thursday the key snapped off. So here's a question. I do have where he can I go back to the dealer. Yes. I can they should be able to read it for you at the nice convenient price of nine ninety nine tax. Now, that's got a couple of hundred written does. Yeah. Depending upon the electronics involved. So absolutely Scott Stastny go my question because what does this car have to do for you to get? Get rid of it telling you get rid of me. Sick of you. You can't blame. This is all part of the cars and the family of the car doesn't like you anymore move along. And I failed to tell you this while my wife was out of town. She's back now. But this morning I had to take the youngest to school. I couldn't find this key. I couldn't even drive the damn thing. I had to drive the car and do like a manhunt back. I finally found it you need some help Ralph. Thank god. When we come back. I we talk Super Bowl something else that super I wanna make sure that you don't miss, and then we're going to check in with lonesome George at eleven fifty for the last call find out who's going to win the Super Bowl or at least two games this weekend. In the meantime, rob carpenter's got the real news as we gear up to wrap things up on the reality. Check and hand things over to the ATM and Steve Somers at midnight on News Radio seven hundred wwl w. News,.

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"When she was hit by a car Thursday evening. Eighteen year old Mary Sheila was struck near the intersection of Mason, Montgomery and Bethany roads a statement from Mason schools posted on Twitter says Mary loved basketball and riding her bike, and that she will be missed dearly. The collision is under investigation by police grief counselors will be available for students on Monday, Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w.

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