17 Burst results for "Maurice Go"

"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

"A way to ease tensions in the region. Generally in the end as you noted he was in Iran in a meeting as tensions with the US went the other way going up considerable at last month after that incident, the four tankers the UA blamed, an unnamed state actor, the US said that was a ran around denied that, and as you said, you know, US ships and we have increased visibility military visibility in the region after the attacks a month ago. They reportedly came to the scene of this attack, Iran claims that it came and help to help save these crew members putting aside. What, what really happened is, they're concerned that, you know, if this continues, you might have the US and Iranian military speeding to a very confusing confusing situation and somehow meeting there and not any well, well, that's always the concern when American worship show up in the Persian Gulf, or Iranian worships make a move out of the strait of war Moos and it. It's a, it's a small place with a lot of hostile countries that don't like each other, and the prospect of what a lot of leaders call a war that nobody said they wanted happening. Anyway, is certainly something to be worried about I know you don't want to speculate but I'm gonna ask you to get the sense of how others are. Speculating Iran denies they are involved in this who who else. I mean might this be terrorism. What, what who what relation is focusing in a couple of directions? Let's say Iran on the one hand or someone who wants everyone to think it was a run that could include regional rivals of Iran Saudi Arabia or the UAE. It could conceivably include the US or Israel. Now, we don't have any evidence of any of those people being involved at this point. But it certainly possibility Washington as you said, is blamed, Iran for the first batch of attacks in may two around is likely to be blamed in much of the west this time as well. And it's possible it was around. We're gonna have to see how it turns out. And there's a big question as to why as well. There could be. A lot of reasons. The bottom line is why now is not all that important in a place like the Persian Gulf, one of the most sensitive flashpoints in the world. There really is no good time for tensions to go up and just have a minute. What happens now? I mean President Trump tightened sanctions last month sent a worship what might happen now. Well, I wouldn't want to predict how the administration's going to react, obviously, there are in the administration, including national security adviser, John Bolton strongly advocating a hawkish around policy. What that means going forward after this remains to be seen. Ron is saying, let's talk Washington has been saying the only talks they wanna hold are about a tougher nuclear agreement with Iran. Something supreme leader says is not going to happen as long as this pressure. Campaign continues. NPR's Peter Kenyon in s Timbo. Thank you. Thanks, robin. And back in this country in Arizona the trial of an aid worker, charged with conspiring to harbor undocumented immigrants ended this week in a hung jury Scott Warren who volunteers with the group no more deaths was arrested in. Twenty eighteen after border patrol agents say they saw him directing migrants toward a route to avoid law enforcement, Warren's attorneys say he didn't attend intend to break the law and worn himself, put it this way the government's plan in the midst of this humanitarian crisis. Policies to target undocumented people refugees in their families prosecutions to criminalise humanitarian aid, kindness and solidarity. Warren is the first aid worker, on Arizona's southern border to face felony charges for human smuggling and more than a decade if he'd been convicted he would have faced up to twenty years in prison. Let's bring in Michel MAURICE go from K, Jay Z's frontier desk in Tucson, Michelle, welcome. Thank you. And.

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"maurice go" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"maurice go" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"maurice go" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To go to South Carolina. Yeah. Don't get me wrong. We didn't stay in drove back and forth up until the mid seventies. There was no place. So when you started going to the racetrack win with grandma. What was that had to be like a totally was here. And then all of a sudden, you're you and grandma and uncle Marston. Everybody's there. We went to the very first race. Deidra. Cut series deal in Charlotte. Nineteen forty nine board a car from guys at a service station where young rather other day in the car to Charlotte, North Carolina. So we got there. It went into Texaco station. Lipoma? Took the leper off the caps off of it. Thank you knock some holes in them. That was it. So that's basically the way it started. Six or seven races the first year. And I think he warned one race. So that was leaping engineering. That's what Lee engineering started which became pity on a presence. When did you guys really start working full-time on race cars? I worked on a race car. Went to school. Baseball basketball. Come homework on if the races were closing that. I didn't ask miss school go with it. Wintertime. I went took a business course alerts don't you? His name scientist. They'll come over and help them Saturday or Sunday or you're in a week to work on race core. I got off of work in any the service for a while. Yeah. I went in service in, but I didn't let you dad run to twenty one year old that was the rule back then and he turned twenty one do Avas second nineteen fifty eight and we went to Columbia, South Carolina with a convertible de LA the twelve Lee. And is petty and MAURICE went to is full somewhere in me and rich red milder winter Columbia South gone with a convertible, but we get down there and Joe Weatherly Downer. A former champion, I guess he'd done one a championship or two and he didn't have a corn. Okay. We're gonna put Richard this big Oldsmobile, you know. And that's the Nafee gets tired. Joe? You relieve him. Oh, yeah. Because you know tap on the head back, then no radio that's on Avery relief. Give me some early been. We're going along. And I'm more nervous knee is and we're in long air slick dirt track. You know? Hey, go get Joe Joe perc- little helmet on these little golf gloves with no fingers and hard. Don't come in. You know? So we'll go along and do it. Again, we do it to three times going home. I said, Richard. What would you do in baton on your head? And you didn't want relief. He says my head was. Trying to scratch his head..

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"maurice go" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To South Carolina. Yeah. Don't get me wrong. We didn't stay in drove back and forth until the mid seventies. Stay over. So when you started going to the racetrack win with grandma almost I mean that had to be like, a totally. Was here. And then all of a sudden, you're you and grandma and uncle Marston. Everybody's there. We went to the very first race it cut series deal in Charlotte, nineteen forty nine they aboard a car from Gaza service station, where young rather matter did in say the car to Charlotte, North Carolina. So we got there. He went into Texaco station. Zip on rat. Hubcap south of it. Thank you knock some holes in the floor that was it. So that's basically it started. Six or seven races the first year. And I think he won one race. So that was leaping engineer. Leaping engineering started which became pity enterprises. When did you guys really start working full-time on race cars? I worked on a race court went to school football. Baseball basketball, come homework on racecourse. If the races were closing that that I didn't ask miss school go with it wintertime. I took a business course, don't you? Gerrad his name scientist. They'll come over and help us them Saturday or Sunday or a week to work on race core. I got off of work in any in the service for awhile while. Yeah, when service in, but I didn't let you dad run to twenty one year old that was rule back then and he turned twenty one do obvious second nineteen fifty eight and we went to Columbia, South Carolina with a convertible. Delighted twelve Lee. And MS petty and MAURICE went to is full somewhere in me and rich red milder winter Columbia South with a convertible, but we get down there. And Joe Weatherly Danner a former champion. I guess he's done one a championship or two and he didn't have a corn. Okay. We're gonna put Richard this. Big Oldsmobile Nelson. Nafee gets tired. Joe? You relieve him. Oh, yeah. Because you know tap on the head back, then no radio that's on Avery relief. Give me some early. We're going along Aaron I'm more nervous. He is. And we're ran long slick dirt track tires, you know. No. Hey, go get Joe Joe perceive little helmet own. These little golf gloves. You know with no fingers and hardy had don't come in. You know? So we'll go along do it. Again, we do it to the time going home. I said, Richard. What would you do in patent on your head? And you didn't won't relieve. He's my head was. Trying to scratch his head. I work with all these years. The.

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"maurice go" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It's really unfortunate. What's also unfortunate? I won the Republicans aren't as good at the thanks for the call. What what you've seen? What you've seen the Democrats were non, but they're just as willing to do it. And and so that's where I find myself sitting here going. Welcome to the new normal. Hope you're enjoying yourself. Maurice go right ahead. Hello maria. Yeah. Can you hear me? I can hear you. Go ahead. Oh. Yeah. I just wanna say, I think. I watched some of the doing Kavanagh's own of. His testimony. And his wife over there. I think his wife's face told a lot of the story. Sometimes even if you can believe what would a one person is saying spouse could be could be saying something else. Just about every woman. I spoke with about it. His wife notary. No emotion when he's the one that's all emotion. You know what I'm saying? So I it's also and. Strategy or whatever on hold on hold on hold. I the only thing I saw on his wife's fashioned to two things on his wife's face one at the very beginning. She'll like she wanted to murder somebody. And I don't know that that somebody was her husband's sitting in front. I think it was some who were sitting up on the panel on the right side from her perspective, and in Secondly, then I saw her when they were talking about he was talking about having to have the discussion with ten year old about what was going on. And she was she was absolutely visibly upset, and then she went back to the murderer is so. So I I don't know what to take from there. Yeah. But I don't know that those were saying. Yeah. I'm just saying I don't know that those murderer is were were for her husband. I think it's the part where. She and her family are sitting here and there fallen them around. They're threatening them to this is in in in people seem to have to. Yeah. So marie. So we gotta get you a new phone or something, man. You got the weirdest delay on there? So. All right. Just another phone next time. But. Kimmy outdated strategy that the Democrats are doing whatever I mean came that that's a tip for the strategy that the Republicans to Obama winner. He's appointed. Last year year before last whatever. So I mean, there's just politics. It's different in the sense that thanks for the call one was a procedural argument based on what they referred to as the Biden rule. And when the Biden rule was out there, the Republicans seized upon this is the point I'm making it just continues escalate the difference is they didn't accuse Merrick garland of gang rape. And I is that a that's a difference. Right. That's a notable difference. Okay. So while political obstruction maybe the name of the game, the methodologies have deviated and and not in a good direction. Eight twenty back in a bit. -mergency?.

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"maurice go" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"It's like the university more so than even him in my opinion because the given the fact that they proved that he lied about having been arrested ever in his life while he's application when he was hired by urban Meyer and urban Meyer knew that, let's we're going to dive into Ohio State here in about a minute and a half. I think this, I don't want to say that this is a bash Ohio State podcast, but there's a lot of things that Ohio State has done strictly for money and power, which I guess from a business standpoint, you have to you can't respect it because that's all they're thinking about. But this interview you're about to hear is about there being I opener for Ohio State fans, I think for possibly just people who watched the NCW in general, how the NC double a. operates. Maury. MAURICE goes in here a little bit, and I'm very lucky that he did that because I feel like we got a chance to see a side that not often happy. Now before we get to that, we gotta talk about a company that we all love very much Zito even more. So now that he has that hair, no matter what you do in a bathroom, get ready teller, shave club has everything. You need to look feeling smell your best Zito smell being a big part of the. You know, they have amazing shower stuff, hairstyling products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and of course razors and shave supplies. I love everything they have every every now. Granted I have to use their shave butter because now I gotta keep this line and I never had to do this before now. It makes sense why it sees through shave butter. So you can keep your line shave. Dollarshaveclub changed the game with this. It's not Tim McAfee old white puffy where you have to just guess in draw the line on your crooked beard afterward, cooking crooked s Tim McAfee, beard heaven thing. I might just want him about spot. That's how I Ready's Dollar Shave Club, but you're not me. You have your own way to get ready. You might shave your whole body to get ready for a bike race. Yeah, I would. I used to do that for soccer need that speed. I have a need for speed for spe-. Dollarshaveclub executive razor shave butter can help. You might do your hair to get ready for your soccer match. Boogies by DMC can help you get your style right?.

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"maurice go" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"It's like the university more so than even him in my opinion because the given the fact that they proved that he lied about having been arrested ever in his life while he's application when he was hired by urban Meyer and urban Meyer knew that, let's we're going to dive into Ohio State here in about a minute and a half. I think this, I don't want to say that this is a bash Ohio State podcast, but there's a lot of things that Ohio State has done strictly for money and power, which I guess from a business standpoint, you have to you can't respect it because that's all they're thinking about. But this interview you're about to hear is about there being I opener for Ohio State fans, I think for possibly just people who watched the NCW in general, how the NC double a. operates. Maury. MAURICE goes in here a little bit, and I'm very lucky that he did that because I feel like we got a chance to see a side that not often happy. Now before we get to that, we gotta talk about a company that we all love very much Zito even more. So now that he has that hair, no matter what you do in a bathroom, get ready teller, shave club has everything. You need to look feeling smell your best Zito smell being a big part of the. You know, they have amazing shower stuff, hairstyling products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and of course razors and shave supplies. I love everything they have every every now. Granted I have to use their shave butter because now I gotta keep this line and I never had to do this before now. It makes sense why it sees through shave butter. So you can keep your line shave. Dollarshaveclub changed the game with this. It's not Tim McAfee old white puffy where you have to just guess in draw the line on your crooked beard afterward, cooking crooked s Tim McAfee, beard heaven thing. I might just want him about spot. That's how I Ready's Dollar Shave Club, but you're not me. You have your own way to get ready. You might shave your whole body to get ready for a bike race. Yeah, I would. I used to do that for soccer need that speed. I have a need for speed for spe-. Dollarshaveclub executive razor shave butter can help. You might do your hair to get ready for your soccer match. Boogies by DMC can help you get your style right?.

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"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's, morning edition on I'm Brian watt, California lawmakers narrowly approved a Bill last night that would make big changes to the states bail system the aim, is to make the system more fair rather than relying. On someone's ability to pay to get out, of jail while awaiting trial it would let the courts assess the risk, and decide political reporter Maria Lagos's here to tell us how this controversial Bill. Made it through so Morita quickly, for those of us who have not gone, to jail what isn't fair. About the bail system and what. Would this, legislation passed last, night change well currently in California and, most states if you're, arrested for, a felony a judge decides we'll really a. Court decides based on a set bail amount how much money you need to. Pay to get out or if you need to borrow that, money which of. Course can discriminate against people who are, pouring San Francisco alone fifteen million dollars a year. Lost to the bail system us Legislation would. Change that next October it would eliminate cash bail. And, really give judges, a lot more discretion with the help of these risk assessment tools that would kind of rape. People as low medium or high risk, to, decide if someone is safe to be let out before trial and if they're likely to reappear. If they are let out now this sounds like a sea chain it is okay so it only passed narrow Lee who didn't like it. Well a lot of the civil rights groups including the who would, actually pushed for this legislation ultimately came out against its final version saying. That they're afraid it's giving just too much power in is actually going, to result in more people being kept in jail before trial and perhaps that could push? Them, to say take plea deals lose, their jobs sort of all this problems that exist with bail but without the money attached to it and the, law enforcement community the bail industry did they weigh in. The Vale industries been fighting it tooth and, nail they haven't said much since it passed law enforcement interestingly remove their, opposition the sheriff's the DA, is the police chiefs are all Neutral on the Bill they say well it needs some more, work that they're happy that it gives judges a lot of power and that they think, it's more fair than the money bail system so what does this, say about criminal Justice reforms more. Broadly I. Mean. I think it speaks to, the fact that California is. Sort, of on a path towards these more, progressive policies but also when you see this compromise and the split within the community that pushed it I think it also speaks to some of the challenges that lie ahead with striking balanced between law enforcement and civil rights groups. Politics and government reporter MAURICE goes thanks for, covering this for, Brian in San, Francisco kids return to public schools yesterday for the. Last four summers of private school in the mission district has been, trying to share its wealth the San Francisco friends school has offered a program to kids. From local public schools it means these kids get. To, experience what students. From affluent families get Katrina Schwartz explains how it works For six weeks. Each summer a group of mostly Latino students shows up bright and early at the San Francisco friends school I'm Valencia street at eight thirty..

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"maurice go" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"A florida state he he blocked for oh yes marie talks about that guy all the time is one of the toughest guys that he's another ball of most that was extremely extremely who that is echidna he's slipping my mind right maurice goes on and on he was a beast he was a bee's and toughest quarterback to sack since we're on the subject toughest quarterback greg jones greg jones yes greg zones monster he was that's a crazy list is by the way shady mccoy pass through matriculated at pittsburgh dave damasec from pittsburgh coincidence no no it is shifty nothing to do with jones jones your number three hardest gotta tackle hardest qb to sack hardest qb to sack would be i would go with kim i cam newton k just so big and and talk about as big as you bigger than you bigger than you and let me tell you star by by the way we're playing them at home no in carolina and somehow he breaks out of pocket i'm on the backside chasing them down this guy literally looks back at it is laughing at me knowing that i'm not gonna catch him like by caught up with them but running out of bounds but he for at least five yards he just looking back at me laughing and then falls out of bounds i'm like only quarterbacks get away with stuff like that did you go back into the huddle and say did anybody you see what happened there 'cause that was embarrassing pro football man no no no no no after the game we discussed it but during the game no no i can bring that up might be when let me live that down why is the most meme.

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"maurice go" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Old church documents put ninety one point six percent of the judge in valencia between four hundred eighty four and fifteen thirty and ninety nine point three percent of those judge in barcelona between forty four and fifty five is being of jewish origin clearly antisemitic stuff going on now if you wonder why some jewish people were tortured and killed and others were tossed out of the country i found out why that was found this very interesting under the law they had only people claiming to be christians could be subjected to an inquisition like if you were openly jewish you couldn't be put under inquisition however you could be thrown just the fuck out so some jewish people in some muslim people as well would claim to be christian in order to avoid being expelled from the country also at various times there was very unfavorable taxes imposed upon non christian so you know you had financial incentive to claim the catholic and then you would just hope and pray that no one ratted you out and you know and you suffer the consequences in fifty to the inquisition courtships focus a little bit to muslims and to secret muslims now instead of the juice this happens after decree on february fourteenth fifty two were muslims and granada suddenly had to choose between conversion to christianity or expulsion and it goes on for many years fifteen sixty and the tribunal gone about in between fifteen sixty and fifteen seventy one eighty two percent of those accused were maurice goes spanish moore's who'd accepted christian baptism also in the sixteenth century protestants began shown up as not in large numbers but you know here in there after martin luther reformation fifteen seventeen senators all new types of christians and guess what even though they're not catholic still eligible for an inquisition.

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"maurice go" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on The Takeaway

"There's a lot of activity around the southern border lately governor's plan to ten thousands of national guard troops to the us mexico border to answer president trump's call for increased security the attorney general jeff sessions recently announced two major immigration policy decisions a zero tolerance policy for border crossers and new quotas for immigration judges to quickly close those cases the attorney general was in southern new mexico on wednesday where construction is starting on twenty miles of fencing along the border the trump administration calls this part of that promised border while michelle maurice go is senior editor for the frontiers project for k j z in phoenix i'm actually in new mexico at the moment i'm working on a related story here and our national guard in some of the different areas along the texas border texas governor greg abbott's of course sent one thousand national guard they are in a seekin and reports hands off observation missions governor jerry brown said that national guard from california will be doing the same thing as from arizona new mexico so what other new policies has the trump administration rolled out this week we've heard officials talk about a new zero tolerance policy what does that mean so the tolerance policy is implemented in order to try to deter people from crossing the border even one time and what they're trying to do is enforce existing rules against immigrants across the border illegally which is the say they could prosecute them most of the time people who cross the border a first time don't already have a charge on them for having done so the past are returned back to their country most mexico now they're going to be prosecuted and michelle we've heard story after story of overcrowded immigrant attention overcrowded immigration courts.

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"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

"Yes absolutely violence is prevalent as ever in some of those cities now it's been that way since at least two thousand four when you had zet drug cartel and seeing that law cartel gunmen shooting rockets and grenades hit each other so this isn't a new situation for that part of texas either let's meet you'll maurice go he's a senior editor at cage as frontier desk based out of tucson michel thanks very much thank you thanks peter our next story had its beginnings in colorado in twenty fourteen doctors they are noticed a cluster of mysterious cases children coming in with weak or paralyzed limbs then reports came in from across the country if kids complaining in the same symptoms doctors and researchers were mystified now nearly four years later there may be an answer from member station k unc in greeley colorado rail and ba shell reports it was the fall of two thousand fourteen when sarah pillar hausky noticed her daughter lydia acting strange the six year old was just getting better after a long fever and she was finally getting to play the piano again i watched as she took her her right hand and she put it on top of her left hand to make her left hand play some piano keys i was like well that's really strange and it's like lydia why why are you doing that and it's like well mom my my hand doesn't working right a few days later pillar hausky notice that her daughter couldn't eat an ear of corn kept falling out of her hands and then i started to panic because i realized that something was really wrong the pillar skis took lydia to the hospital where doctors took an mri and tested her nerves the word polio came up and it's a lot to wrap your brain around.

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"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Here & Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world from legendary director ridley scott and inspired by true events starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital on blu ray april tenth from npr and wb you are i'm lisa mullins i'm peter o'dowd this is here now homeland security secretary cures to nielsen says she's talking with border state governors today about the president's plan to deploy national guard troops to the border with mexico it is not clear how many will be deployed but on fox news today nielsen was asked if troops from other states would be sent to california if governor jerry brown doesn't agree to deploy california guard he has supported such use of the border argue since support of the border patrol in the past is you know we've done this at least twice in the last ten decades so i'd like to have further conversations with him before i jump ahead of him and how he would like to secure his border sure when you joining us now from arizona is mutual maurice go senior editor at cage as z frontier desk and michelle what's the reaction there i understand airasia governor doug ducey is supporting the deployment governor doug ducey has been supporting he's one of the three border governors who so far have signed on here in arizona i can tell you that some of the county sheriff's along the border are looking forward to what they call it bolstering of of a us presence on the border others are questioning what they're going to be doing and that has a brief history the last two times at the military the national guard was called down to the border one of the biggest criticisms was that nobody was quite sure what the role was going to be so you know we got a lot of national guardsmen back then in two thousand ten for example who were quote unquote staring at a fence throughout most of the day and michel that was at a time when the conditions along the border where we're very different weren't they.

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"maurice go" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"A little dance on the big scoreboard crowd reacting we have gotten word from the devils media relations department miles would upper body questionable to return i'm going to add doubtful to that what is definitely he's he's not coming back tonight as you mentioned even if we go to twelve o'clock here's a pass to the side of the net book away by kim k devils trailed two to one devils looking to get out of their own end is plays it up ahead nason runs underneath his coleman in a big collision with lindholm at center ice and now coleman drives a man down along the far wobbly coleman up ending to ducks here here's green across the line fuck was cleared briefly but the devils carry it across now henry has it and now it's lindahl backhanding the center lintels men involved in a couple of physical place i didn't realize he had that side to his game yeah you don't was to he's six foot three and well over two hundred pounds so he should play physically and he does sixth overall pick in the two thousand twelve draft by the ducks here silverberg now the tour up to cog liana turns and wheels it in paul mary with the back out on the ice after blocking shop with his foot that will bother him until next may here's fowler with a wrist shot that's knock down in front by paul barrio silverberg is rocked by more owen penalties coming up and it's more going off for cross check well devils were getting physical goldman ran over a couple of ducks and now john maurice going into the right corner oh my mad was not a violent bush will push on the hip right you know maybe good point man guy off balance and you push them on crashing into the boards this is big time family killing time for the devils call it seven twenty nine of the third is the devils trail by one second power play for anaheim tonight off the.

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"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The united states from mexico with six relatives including his seventy seven year old mother in ended up getting arrested step over here wyoming open the door i you're not an open door which are going to go what going to step over here okay dolled touch me up in a wreck i don't know oh you told you before stop does the government today was charged with assault after that incident those charges were dropped justice passed december hundreds of thousands of people cross the usmexico border every day without incident but what you just heard is one example of encounters that can take place between us agents and people crossing the border with mexico that stretches nearly two thousand miles the us border patrol apprehended three hundred in forty one thousand people along that border in 2017 now that's a 44 percent drop from the year before but while the number of migrant crossings has dropped the number of deaths increased in the past year from three hundred ninety eight to four hundred and twelve so today we want to go behind some of those statistics and get a sense of what life and encounters actually look like at the border in a few minutes will hear from a former border patrol agent who wrote about his experiences on the job but first a reporter whose beat is the border michelle maurice go is the senior editor on the front terrace desk for cages easy in phoenix the legal traffic which has people who live on both sides of the border people who work on both sides of the border a massive shipping industry and now tallies up to several tens of thousands of of legal crossing through ports of entry every single day between those ports of entry is an entirely different matter there we have undocumented immigrants and those numbers have been dropping but they continue to to try to cross the border legally while michelle illegal crossings are down apprehensions are down but the overall number of migrants who've died making the.

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"maurice go" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

Talk Radio 570 KVI

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

"The war had ended end france and champagne had been pretty much destroyed the us so and of course rated rated one and that's actually kind of a fund side story um you know bernard and his brother maurice went in joined the french resistance has proposed rather sadly didn't make it he was killed in a concentration camp but bernard was heralded as quite a high level a successful soldier and one of the things that he is most famous for was breaking down the wall of hit hitler's eagle's nest in discovering rule where all of this champagne and spirits and fine wines that had been stolen over the years by the the nazis right including the 1928 that was stolen while him and his brother worked at the winery so amazing amazing person but so france and champagne had been destroyed they wanted to rebuild and their idea is let's set the bar high so let's think of a time in france's history when france was at its peak and of course louis the 14th the sun king this incredible era the grand century grown seattle's year so de gaulle actually named are this wine and the ideas this is the best wind that our house can make at any time so the the supplies changes obviously throughout the releases the current release is ninety seven ninety nine in two thousand into it's all grown crew pena warn chardonnay the exact blend is 55 chardonnay 45 pena nor it spends over and m eight years aging on lee's anna's jules champagnes to conveys on the market i i agree i've been fortunate to have a a father who's been very generous and very a bishops with his purchases he he's had some grants to i've had the seventy grants and grants yet fantastic wind one of my favorite i noticed the labels changed a little bits now all blacks i remember it was a gold top the league the red label i think back in the vintage days but this is a blend of three vintages which is very unique because those are all cleared vintages well aren't they they weren't all declared vintage alsumait each at something unique said the ninety seven an offer is ask finesse nessan round this the ninety nine brains on defense and the.

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"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"maurice go" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The growth i our newscast it saturday june seventy 2017 live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston the judge presiding over the bill cosby sexual assault trial has declared a mistrial due to a deadlocked jury prosecutors say they plan to refile criminal charges against the after meet indian at a later date for american soldiers have been wounded by a man in an afghan army uniform in a socalled insider attack jennifer glass reports from kabul the attack happened saturday afternoon in camp shahin your missouri sharif in northern afghanistan the shooter was killed it's the second insider attack in a week three the americans were killed by afghan in uniform last week in eastern afghanistan the towel one claimed responsibility for that incident the uptick in attacks on american forces comes as the us is soon expected to announce its sending about four thousand more troops to afghanistan they will training advise afghan forces who are taking punishing casualties fighting both the taliban on an islamic state fighters nato countries that are part of the coalition here are expected to follow suit also sending additional forces for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul at least eighteen people were arrested overnight for blocking a major free way near minnesota's state capital minnesota public radio's while these i count tell reports they were protesting the acquittal of the minnesota police officer in the death of a black motorist the number of arrests could have been higher bought state troopers appeared to been more lenient on thousands of demonstrators who marched near the capital to protest a jury verdict that valve a minneapolis police officer not guilty in the fatal shooting of the motors for lando casteel casteel girlfriend captured the aftermath of the killing in a facebook live video that went viral last july for npr news i'm deborah lee seikee i'll tell in st paul border patrol agents are descending on a humanitarian aid camp in the arizona desert to provide refuge for migrant says temperatures conteh can you to soar this week michel maurice go from member station cage as easy reports from tucson for fifteen years.

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