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CDC Changes Definition of Vaccine

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:19 min | 4 months ago

CDC Changes Definition of Vaccine

"So here is from the Miami Herald. Why did the CBC change its definition of vaccine? Did you know that? Yeah. CDC is utterly corrupt utterly. There's no question that so it will be recorded historically. Social media is calling bluff on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I can't believe this is in the Miami Herald to be honest. For modifying its definition of the words vaccine and vaccination on its website, before the change, the definition of vaccination read the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease. Now the word immunity has been switched to protection. Get the switch. The term vaccine also got to make over the CDC's definition changed from a product that stimulates a person's immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, which is why I read to you. From the Internet to the current, a preparation that is used to stimulate the body's immune response against diseases. Stimulate the body. So it doesn't confer immunity. They've changed it, as I said. When you get vaccinated against smallpox, is it too minimize the effects of smallpox? You get a little smallpox, a little measles, a little chickenpox, a little polio. That was at the toll to us? Or will we protect it from it? Were we better excuse me? Immune to it. As I said at the beginning, on The Crown may be a godsend. Maybe, I don't know. I never make or rarely make predictions, but it may be, it may be a godsend. Because it's for the vast majority of people that is not serious. And yet it will confer on them natural immunity. And yet, the lockdowns around the world are continuing.

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Haiti Earthquake Causes Several Deaths, ‘Enormous Damage’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Haiti Earthquake Causes Several Deaths, ‘Enormous Damage’

"Prime minister says there are several fatalities there after that powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit sending people fleeing from their homes. Jacquie Charles covers the Caribbean for the Miami Herald. We are hearing reports of people being buried underneath the rubble. Churches have collapse. This is an area that is a rule section of Haiti's southern and western parts of Haiti. This 11 years after a similar quake killed hundreds of thousands and left much The island in ruins. More than 1.5 million Haitians were left homeless and the island is still recovering.

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The Executive Editor at the Miami Herald Responds Publicly to Racist Email

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 10 months ago

The Executive Editor at the Miami Herald Responds Publicly to Racist Email

"Are no strangers to receiving negative feedback on their stories. Recently, the Miami Herald's executive editor, Monica Richardson, who is the first black journalists to hold that position in the papers, 117 year history. Says she received a racist email. It was really brutal because of the language and the tone and and really the hatred that it portrayed and how this resonates with Different communities at different moments In that email, the sender expressed anger over the Miami Herald's coverage of recent Cuban American demonstrations, which shut down in Miami Highway. It noted that no one had been arrested despite a new anti riot law. In a message permeated with racist commentary, the sender referred to Richardson with a misogynistic slur. And use the phrase your people, Richardson wrote an open letter. In response in it, she writes, Like other moments of coming face to face with racism, it will sit with me for life. Martinez spoke with Richardson about why she felt compelled to respond. Now, these protests are there about something that we all care about their about fairness. And so that was not the question that I was trying to raise. It was really about people how they handle Being under pressure and that tension on issues of race and so this one was particularly as I said, the word I used. I like to think of was brutal. And so I decided to respond. Monica and you know, there's been a discussion last few years about how much of someone's humanity can go into their job when they are journalists. And it sounds like in this case your humanity came out when you read that email. It did. In fact, I wrote two versions of the column in the first version was very polite, and I came back to it and just wrote it strictly from the heart. Overwhelmingly the response that I got the positive response that I got was from the human community. So the it resonated not just with me as an African American woman, but it resonated with the Cuban community as

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Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse

"Officials say prosecutors in Florida will pursue a grand jury investigation into the deadly collapse of the ocean front condominium building in Surfside Miami Dade County mayor Daniele Levin Kaba says she endorses a grand jury investigation I've been in close touch with our state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and I am very supportive of the grand jury investigation but she has announced I have pledged my full cooperation as she moves forward the state attorney told the Miami Herald that she would bring the matter before the grand jurors soon to take a look at the case criminal charges in such matters are possible the investigation would examine factors in decisions that led to Thursday's building collapse I'm showing a blur

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"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Developers already monetize this though as it happened. Just like you're in a condo that's post-wall view type thing you know. They'll they'll figure a way to monetize if it happens in another part of that and again. I'm probably mixing some things up. That was fema and the federal government was thinking about this. But then the city of miami or miami dade creed is really ambitious proposal instead of that. Is it like one in the same. Or they're gonna have dunes mangroves and that they're using work on a nature based solutions to prevent them the flooding and storm surge. Now does that have anything to do with sea level rise or that is just focused on storm surge so right now the idea is to come up with an ad because there's a limited time where the army chorus here working on this draft and a limited time where we can get the wording of this final report end so that it could potentially be funded by congress so right now the focus is really on storm surge and is not a county lead idea. Technically developers actually submitted this idea their own version of the higher the renting firms to the renderings and talk about the potential model. Although obviously they didn't give us Had three years to do it in these engineers had like three weeks to do it but the idea was supported by developers in downtown miami and backed up by my day. County hits the mining politicians. Who all tried to are are working in the process right now of convincing the army corps to change. Its mind and say okay. Well we have a wall. What if it's only ten feet instead of twenty and there is a do also and so it looks a little bit better which is a huge issue for the downtown set and it has a more injury solutions. It's it's the mangroves will slow a storm surge they will Clean water which created a recreational area for voters like pitch sort of the multiple benefits crowd. Here is saying we can do better than justice. Seal all so we'll see how that goes right now still in the thick of it but yeah it was. It was Politicians and resilience offices here have been really working with army core trying to get them to be a little more flexible on what that could look like and people with developers have a huge investment. The huge stake in what the future of the city looks like including the protections like they to keep investments safe if they're the kind of developer who holds onto for thirty years and they want people to buy and people are scared of sperm. storage newspaper. is your ovaries. They won't come in by four billion dollar condo directly on the waterfront in downtown miami Pressing concern for a live real estate people out here okay. So another article. You wrote fantastic articles about septic tank. You don't normally tucked tanks are going to be so exciting and it's going to be so interesting. But in the context of seal or is and flooding. It was great. And so you were talking about how these ticking time bombs hundred and twenty eight hundred. Thirty thousand septic tanks and they're building more and some of them are ready kind of exploding so to speak in the ways that the impact biscayne bay which is just as beautiful bay there but it's having all sorts of pollution issues and so i just want to say as i was reading this i'm pretty jaded. I mclamb a guy so cynical about everything. I was getting so angry and it just reminded me how florida is really run in your article. Just you know. Every time is city officials even though the they have good faith efforts. They want to solve these problems. Or just they kept okaying news update permissions or you're supposed to they're trying to convert these updates to go into the city system. The sewer system like most rational large cities had decades ago. And yet they're still half as bad or they still come up with excuses not to require anyone so just in that context. Maybe one elaborate a little bit more of what you were saying that article. Yes so. I think it's funny these. We don't expect the subject during the sexy one. But i will tell you never got more emails in my professional career from anything written than stuff to tanks people care so much shit up that dictates great. I'm always as a reporter thrilled. People care about what i write about. It is funny that this is the climate issue. Everybody in south. Florida has a lot of opinions on speak. It's important one it's in. That's kind of what i try to write about. Is this something that affects lots of people you know the idea of having been taking. Your home is grades. Cheap until it isn't it's better than paying that county sixty dollars a month or whatever it is until it blows up and you are forced to trade out and join the joined. The city sewer line or whatever which could be ten fifteen thousand dollars and the majority of people who live in south florida. Do not have that cash and ready to go. So what we have in florida in miami dade specifically like you said at one hundred thirty thousand septic tanks better still here right now in like ten thousand of them flood regularly and fail regularly because the several feet of drainage area that they're supposed to have is there any more. The rottweiler has risen selection that little layer of salt underneath a porous. Rock is the bit that of south. Florida florida is full. And we just right into your septic tank and like you said it. Wicks that away taking straight into biscayne bay leads to high nutrients fish kills and all sorts of gross stuff. Lots and lots of swimming advisories big problem breasts year and it's kind of intractable because politicians let it be that way ahead opportunity to solve it for decades. They knew the problem since the fifties which miracle points out and they continually kicked the candle. They said it was too expensive when it costs a million dollars too expensive when it costs a billion dollars and now it's three four more billion dollars to fix all because they didn't want to face the wrath of residents were at the pay for developers by forcing them to all new. Construction has to connect to sept instead of septic in easy thing that most civilized cities and counties across the country did a long time ago especially when they're facing environmental problems. Like we are down here with the subject tanks yet. It's an equity issue because not everyone can pay for it and it is eight environmental issue because of climate change. Raising groundwater levels is a climate issue now and could lead to all sorts of problems in. It's something that the county has only just now started to address but finding the money to address it. Related counts this point. They're just counting on the federal government Today and the federal government is not really interested in doing that. So it's a tough spot down here. Well as i was finishing reading. And i was gonna comparing it to the previous article about these masterplans. All these ambitious ways to deal with flooding in walls and such and i thought to myself they're doomed. Because if they how much they kicked the can on the issues of septic tanks you guys can even muster the government fortitude to deal with this issue which is just so awful that how are they going to really make these other tough decisions and can be really angry. Angry about the history of florida. Year florida when you read the swamp right we. Everyone is operatives. Read the swamp. And you're just get angry as used to see all these bad decisions that have made and like you said. Miami is supposed to be the serious big international city and they can't manage to put people on like a city sewer system. They're just still building septic tanks and it's like sand it's limestone compared to the bedrock of other cities. When you put in sewer. They still took the cheap easy way. Out and put in septic tanks again this issue of equity. Well there's you know lowering people all over the country and they still managed to get them on city sewer so anyway. That was a bit of a rant. I know i. I like your ramp because i said something to today which is overdue which i love to talk about that because that's actually the number one thing anyone who's not from south florida asks me when i tell them what i do.

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"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Have agreed to build future buildings to that accept that as their standard so when i referenced it down year the kind of already is that easy understood benchmark that i can say no. I didn't take this number out of nowhere. You're elected officials have decided that the next morgue they built will be prepared for x. Amount of ceelo rise and that comes into play. Sometimes when you talk about things like florida powering lights nuclear power plant down here in which is not planning on average level rise. They're planning on far far far less. And it's easier rather than saying the miami herald interviewed twenty seven scientists. All think it's too low you can say it's below standard that every local government area is agreeing to build which really makes it much more powerful and other client contacts have sprung up around the state tampa scott won. The west coast has one central. Florida has a couple and they're all in the process of setting their own like local celery standards. They think everyone should adhere to which i hope they get that done fast because that definitely makes life easier doesn't come off as biased if you're just quoting what the government's doing that in you know. That is very helpful. I mean i'm i bet. If you talk to scientists they would say it's too conservative but you as a reporter as the media. You have to go on something and you're not they're employing your own sea level rise scientists. Maybe that's ten years from now. But that's good. I mean i think that's great that they do that and i'm sure that's always gonna probably be modified but there has to be some sort of baseline that you guys work from. That's great. they did that. They created an organized way to do that yet. And they updated every five years too so i in december of twenty nineteen they updated it and it went up tremendously so it stays with the current science to. Did you know if we've talked about how onless he's still university of miami right. He hasn't he is on that committee and he is the reason that they have the extreme curve on our choose yes strong feelings about. Yeah but he signed off on even what they've got right now. right it was. It was a little bit political. But yes he he did eventually sign off although he did ask that they include the much higher because he you know and i talked to him for that story and that's gets important to talk to a range of scientists like you said some conservatives something that's too much but it's nice to have that baseline and talk to the other scientists around and be able to have informed stance so i i appreciate the Yeah i've been following him for decades and he's always adding two or three feet. It seems like boy back. Remember when he used to say three feet and that was quaint so that was well. Let's go back to some of the stories you've written one above and beyond the please clear this up like maybe confused. Some of them in the fema released a plan that talked about how to keep some of the flooding out of the city of miami and it requires a giant wall. And right this is not something that's necessary gonna happen but these are all just sort of proposals and plans that you guys need to start thinking about. Could you elaborate with the is the ten or twenty foot wall. That's potentially a part of the proposal without talking. You're you're not this which i could so like. We're talking about the return on investment is something that is really a really salient point when it comes to talking about how to take action and no one loves her live better than the army corps of engineers so after the rounds of hurricanes at twenty seven hundred twenty eighteen federal government funded a bunch of studies to come and take a look at areas hit by hurricanes. And say okay. How can we prevent against storm surge and yes. We're talking about storm surge plus level rise in the future which is great. It's always nice to have federal interests. Federal money that research and the idea is whenever you complete it. Whatever solution the core prescribes if it gets approved by congress and funded. There is a sixty five percent federal match. So they'll pay for almost all of it which is sort of tantalizing any local government because these are really expensive proposition. Although like we talked earlier not that expensive compared to the idea of leaving it all to get destroyed by the keys has won. All your county has one in miami. Dade has hidden miami-dade the solution is elevating a ton of buildings and flood proof as in critical infrastructure hostels stations what treatment ex but the signature piece of it and was controversial. Heart is that they think the best way to stop storm surge not sea level rise not hurricanes just storm surge is to build a giant and this wall stretches for miles and miles. Long coast at some points going into biscayne bay. Some point going a couple of miles inland and making some neighborhoods on the outside of the wall. Some neighborhoods of the inside of the wall and it is highest sort of into downtown brickell area. It is estimated to be around twenty feet and in some places as low as one and then also having floodgates on the banks of the rivers canals dak and the army chorus math and modeling shows that if it doesn't install this it could prevent a tremendous amount of storm surge and save billions and billions and trillions of dollars. real estate. And ashley lives down here. But it's controversial because nobody wants to twenty football blocking the view of the bay even if that will one day rise thirty feet up and come to get them at the at the hands of a category five storm so it's sort of a a look. What is the tragedies of tomorrow. We should be preventing versus. What are you taking away from all of life today and it's a tough say a tough choice for a lot of people down here. It doesn't seem like there's local support for that wall and we should have a an answer from our county over the summer whether we're going to forward with this project or whatever to stop and slow down and come up with some other options i can see real estate developers already monetize this though as it happened. Just like you're in a condo that's post-wall view type thing you know. They'll they'll figure a way to monetize if it happens in another part of that and again. I'm probably mixing some things up. That was fema and the federal government was thinking about this. But then the city of miami or miami.

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"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Downtown miami. I'm thinking of somebody who lives in. Little haiti in is barely holding out of their house because of gender vacation that cost. I worry about how unevenly that cost is going to be applied. When is it that makes sense talking about expensive. Not necessarily like that. Number out of context is not ohio but what it actually means in context of the residents of the city. Okay and so to your point though okay. Is that expensive in regards to the future costs if you do nothing and how do you bring that you have a unique responsibility. I mean maybe there are a few other sectors but there's actually a lot of sophisticated modeling going on saying if you don't do x. y. and z. It's going to cost twenty five billion dollars and there's a lot more of that kind of economic modeling coming out. Do you try to bring that into your articles in that almost to me. It's like kind of breaking stories like listen if they don't spend five billion dollars it's gonna cost the citizens of the city fifty billion dollars and that's just not some pulling out of nowhere. These are the those future projections in climate. Change is all about future projections. Which makes your job a lot harder. But you try to bring that in as really gets more urgency to the story. And i think i can always be doing a better job if this realizing now. I forgot to talk about what. I'm about to in this piece of water master plan but so we have a few readers are where the four counties down here in south florida got together about a decade going to form the south florida climate compact. I'm so before when the state was abandoning their responsibilities to privacy for seal the rising climate change these forecasts got together and started working on policies coming up with a similar standard and putting out research and using it to inform. How can government how they can prepare for sea level rise and one of the most recent days they did with lee came out last year early. Last year was a report on the business case. It was an arline return on investment. Study for what is it gonna cost. Cities counties to adapt and how much will cost if they don't and broke it down. I think miami dade county had the absolute best return on investment attended a one and that didn't encode everything that was just some things just the is just elevating view buildings but there is a tremendous tremendous financial. They're a tremendous amount of financial reports out there. That show adaptation is one hundred percents worth for both the federal government whether they've developed a storm and down to the individual resin. Whether you have to go stay at a hotel for a couple of months for a couple of months if your house is ruined or if you can stay home the whole time but yeah the numbers are there. The data is there. It's very clear. And i can do much better job reporting because we've written about it before but i sometimes forget not. Everyone reads every single thing. And i think it's also good to give people some context. I always forget to this. Problem makes your job harder. You've got the city of miami but then you've got miami. Dade and the counties in florida can be really powerful may be compared to maybe some other states in. so you've these overlapping government entities. Then you got local communities there and so when we talk about miami it it's it's a much more complex thing than that right. Miami dade is the biggest county in florida the most populous country. I should say and there are thirty. Four municipalities in it of which is one. Miami is the biggest in terms of population. But yeah it's a huge. I say miami. Most the time talking about the greater miami area and yeah you'll see miami beach in the county will lead on some of these policies that you have three dozen other disabilities that don't care or don't look into this or and there's only so much power. The county actually has over those cities so really. It is complicated. Getting up in the wagon on board heading the same direction thing that the county is tasks down here which can be really complicated. I consider homepod beach part of miami. It's just a brawling mess of commercial area from the all away debris. Let's happen there. Yeah south florida is definitely its own beast can hurt the rest of the state and yeah people will say all the way up to columbia county. Hope by heavy but i understand i. I'm from the west coast of florida too. So there's just different attitude in against some of your stories. When i'm always thinking like when you're writing a story you have to wear all these different hats. It's again the urgency of an issue like you're analyzing the city's plan for flooding or septic ings or whatever and so much comes down to the science of sea level rise and as a reporter working for a newspaper and you've colleges in your articles to its. Well i'm starting from a position that this you know. Newspaper thinks it's going to be five sea level rise because we've talked to x y and z scientists. But the city's only thinking to two feet. How do you create a baseline for yourself. Because that maas create that context on the questions you want to ask. Are you guys doing enough. How does that work rights. That's a great question and actually wind that thankfully. Before i even got here kind of already had an answer so when i was referencing south florida climate contact earlier. One of the most important things they've done is they set a local steel rise standard. So is your readers. Now as your audience knows it's you know the amount rate of similar is is not the same everywhere and the west coast can experience different east coast gulf coast totally different subsidence. Whatever so every five years crop of the best scientists in the four counties down here get together and they produced a document that shows the four five curves. You think you should be looking at and here are the two curves that we think should be your range so i think the no intermediate high is the upper boundary in the Intermediate is the lower boundary. So you've a range of seventeen to twenty one inches or whenever it is off the top of my head and all of the local counties down here have agreed to build future buildings to that accept that as their standard so when i referenced it down year the kind of already is that easy understood benchmark that i can.

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"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"miami herald" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Hey it outdid. Welcome back to the podcast. This is truly an exciting episode. I love talking to journalists in. Joining me is alex harris. The climate change reporter for the miami herald in fact the only reporter dedicated completely to the topic of climate change in the entire southeast. We learn what it's like covering local adaptation issues. Everything from miami considering building a twenty foot wall around the city to the insidious problems of dealing with septic tanks and the threat of hurricane flooding and sea level rise learn how the region keeps punting on this important issue. And why. it's so hard to deal with these local infrastructure topics. We talk about a nearly decade old rolling stone article on miami and climate change that still haunts the minds of local officials. I'm a native floridian. And i did some of my earliest work in the adaptations based in florida. It's a beautiful wild and confounding place and you'll hear from alex what it's like to cover adaptation at the local level. This was a fun and exasperation conversation. I hope you enjoy okay upcoming upsets. I'm working on a two part series. Learning how nantucket island in massachusetts is adapting to climate. Change i'm also doing an episode with the conservation group. The sky island alliance based here in arizona will learn some the long term impacts of climate change on the beautiful and unique sky island ecosystem. Yes some great episodes are on your way but before we get started. I wanted to tell you about another great sustainability podcast. How do you deal with all the bad news about climate. Change and humanity sustainability crisis. Well you could cry incessantly. Pretend there's no problem but that's not nearly it's fun or useful as listening to the crazy town podcast. Each episode of crazy town challenges the status quo and makes you think differently about how we could live on planet earth in crazy town. You'll feel like you're hanging out with smart and funny friends gaining insights and sharing laps. Follow crazy town wherever you get your podcast crazy. Down is part of the post carbon institute podcast network..

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Miami Beach declares spring break emergency

Talk 1260 KTRC Programming

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach declares spring break emergency

"Running amok lead to a curfew and state of emergency declaration in Miami Beach. Curfew from a P. M to six. A.m. is in force. After a large spring break crowd jammed beaches and damaged businesses. There are also reports of fighting. The Miami Herald reports. Interim city manager Raul A. Gila once the curfew to stay in place, at least through April, 12th. I'm

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Miami Beach declares state of emergency and curfew as spring break crowds spark safety concerns

Radiosurgery New York

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach declares state of emergency and curfew as spring break crowds spark safety concerns

"Miami Beach officials imposed emergency eight p.m. to six a.m. curfew, saying large out of control spring break crowds cram beaches, trash from restaurant properties and brawled in the streets. They're advising tourists and hotel guests to stay indoors during the curfew. Interim city manager Raul Agua tells the Miami Herald. He recommends keeping it in place through April 12th or the end of spring break.

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Florida woman posing as plastic surgeon arrested after botched nose job

Markley and Van Camp

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Florida woman posing as plastic surgeon arrested after botched nose job

"Hate tips. David As a former news director, someone says Hey, can we do these tips? Yeah, blah, blah, blah. But Maybe early in the week for a tip. I'm just saying. If you're going to have your nose operated on and like a nose job, make sure that the person the plastic surgeon Is really a plastic surgeon. What Yeah. This Florida woman arrested for posing as a licensed plastic surgeon. After she botched that dude's nose job, Holyroodhouse. Holy cow! The goal to just say Yeah, I'm gonna cut open your nose. Wow. So you start out this week with some irritating news from over the weekend. This is one of those words. Whatever you're going through, today's probably not This bad. Your nose is all jacked up and you don't know what to do to fix it because You hired this plastic surgeon That's not really a plastic surgeon to do the surgery. This is Castalia a minute. The Rodriguez. Thank you. She's 56. She was actually in the middle of performing another procedure the other day. Went around, police nabbed her mid surgery. That's from the Miami Herald. Mid surgery. Yes. Good. Dolly. Investigators have been looking into her after this former patient contacted them and said. My nose job got messed up. So the guy identified by local outlets as been Senzo Zer Low, said he paid 2800 bucks for the surgery. It does seem a little cheap, doesn't it? Yeah. Yes, it does. The rhinoplasty. I mean, I don't know how much those go for, but 2800 does just seem cheap to me. Well, she botched it. So he's like, Hey, this is messed up. You see this right job, fix it for you. Look at me. So then there was a second procedure. I said, my nose is still deformed. So he asked him minute de Rodriguez for her medical license number and her medical malpractice insurance information. She's like, no I can't give you that. Sorry. Wow. Yeah. Yeah,

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2 FBI agents killed, 3 injured while serving warrant in Sunrise, Miami

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

2 FBI agents killed, 3 injured while serving warrant in Sunrise, Miami

"Agents are dead and a number of others wounded After serving a warrant in Florida this morning, The Miami Herald reports. One source claims at least five agents were shot to gravely wounded now reports to have died. The agents were serving a warrant in sunrise to a man suspected of possessing child pornography. And, uh, no other details were immediately available at this time.

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Washington Post's Executive Editor Announces Retirement

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Post's Executive Editor Announces Retirement

"Announcement of the retirement of a man who's probably one of the biggest figures in current day journalism. Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron. He is retiring from the Washington Post after eight years on the job. No, no to a staff today. Baron says he'll leave at the end of next month. Caps of 45 year career in journalism, the post 1 10 Pulitzer prizes under his leadership. Baron calls the entire experience deeply meaningful, but it's 66. He feels he's ready to move on. You may remember Baron also edited The Miami Herald and the Boston Globe is working the Globe. Was portrayed by actor Liev Schreiber in the Oscar winning film spotlight about the Catholic Church sex

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How Lawrence Harvey Zeiger Became Larry King

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

02:20 min | 1 year ago

How Lawrence Harvey Zeiger Became Larry King

"Harvey My dad's name. Zeder in Brooklyn, New York, Laurence Harvey is eager to try and he started his radio career at a very small station in Miami Beach. And needless to say, his boss didn't love the name Lawrence Zeder. So if you understand how he became Larry King. Here's how the story went courtesy of Conan O'Brien. Now King is not your real last name. Is that right? What is your real Last name? Gi Girl was born with the name Lawrence Harvey's Iger's e E I g e R And I got the name King. In a funny way. My first day on the radio, all my life I've dreamed of being underrated. This was my I never want to be anything else but a broadcaster finally get hired A small station Miami Beach. Finally, my dreams come true. Get a job. Gonna start Monday morning is a disc jockey and all weekend. I'm nervous on practicing and it's quarter to nine small radio station general manager Close me and he says, Well, you're ready. I said, I'm ready. This is your big day. You're starting radio. I was 22 years old. Yes, This is what name you going to use my says Larry Zeiger, he said you can't use it. That's a wise Well, it's ethnic people won't know how to spell it. They won't remember it. I said, Well, what? Whoa! I'm nervous enough. And he had the Miami Herald Open. I was an ad for Kings wholesale liquors. On. He said. Wait a minute. That's what the air was. Kings Wholesale liquors 1925 Walden Road, Huh? Says, Why don't you take Larry King? So you're named after a sale on booze? I am there grow vast liquors there. Wow. Could have been Larry Wholesale letter. I know that could've been you see, Accepted. What Worse He's right. He could have been a lot of words. Andy, you know I love you. I love you. Do not break and you know, you know why your career hasn't bounced for because you would have named the guy Larry, Larry and I tell you, and that would have been funny for a week. There's about they would never, ever. That would shut ins that would have made me the Here are their hero, but they never would have been a Larry's wholesale liquor live 10th anniversary. Very

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A protected right? Free speech and social media

WGN Programming

06:35 min | 1 year ago

A protected right? Free speech and social media

"President Trump was banned from Facebook and permanently banned from Twitter. For certain inciting language. We also watched his Amazon suspended the right wing social media platform parlor from its sight lawsuit ensued. It's pending. People are crying. First amendment has been violated. What are your rights are their First Amendment rights when it comes to Social Media and consortium media banned people for reasons that it feels are appropriate. Joining us to talk about this is very interesting is she was Eric Goldman. Who is a professor of LOT Santa Clara University School of Law in the Silicon Valley, his co director of the high tech Law Institute, and he is gonna explain it all to us. Hi, Professor Goldman. Thank you for joining me. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. I'm gonna start by asking you Is there a first Amendment right that a person has to use Twitter. The short answer is no. The First Amendment only applies to state actors entities of the government. Since Twitter is a private actor, private publisher. It's not covered by obligations that the government is So in and I just I wanna explain it this way. If I am saying things that are harmful or offensive, and I say to Twitter what you have to publish them, it doesn't create a First Amendment problem for Twitter. Meaning Twitter can't be forced to publish things that it doesn't believe are appropriate. Is that a fair way to look at? Yeah, that's 100% correct. In fact, if you look at the First Amendment guarantees the right to freedom of speech and freedom of the press, And so when Twitter is choosing to publish their party content, it's acting is a function of the press. So the First Amendment applies under that freedom of the press obligation Now, people there's something about it that Is driving everyone crazy because in this country, we believe we can say anything at any time. And who is it? Who are our Amazon? And who is Facebook? And who is Twitter to tell us what we should be hearing and not hearing. Explain to our listeners. Is this fair and I guess there's two questions. Is it fair? And what are the legalities of that? And what are the What are the ramifications of that? Yeah, it's the same question that we have with your own radio station that everyone's listen to. Right now. That's radio stations are obligated to provide air time to any listener who wants to call in. He just him screaming in terms of who calls in and then if someone's out of control, saying things that are inappropriate, you're going to cut the mic off and none of that. Whatever assume is a violation, their First Amendment rights, they would say. That we expect this radio station Tonto cater to its audience. So the entire premise of um WGN making sure that the broadcast continents fit for its listeners. It's identical to the thought process that we applied to places like Twitter or Amazon that they're going to publish what they think it's fit for their audience. I'm going to give out our phone numbers. I'm better. Some people have some questions for our professor here. 3129817 200 Let me play doubles advocate here and you look at the statistics on where people get news and this is so different than it used to be. When I was a kid. We was all the newspapers and and news on television, And now much of it is done on social media Getting news from The Internet and and things that are published online. How fair is it to have certain people be in charge of deciding what's harmful, inoffensive and what's not, and a lot of people are saying, you know, I hear all this horrible racist stuff that we, you know, on Twitter, but yet we are president can't be on Twitter. And what did he say? And what How is it that that was worse than what somebody else said? How is this fair? And how should we deal with this from a legal perspective going forward? Well, I think that people have very different views about what's fair. So I find that when we start shifting the evaluation metric there, um I think that we're probably not going to end up agreeing that a zoo community But just you went back to talking about how things were when you were kids. I don't know how far apart we are in aged, But when I was a kid in the mid 19 seventies, there was one local newspaper, and there were three television stations that could reach a community, right? WGN was one of them on and in those days, um even in when there was such Linda channels to reach a community there was a Supreme Court case called Miami Herald versus Tonio with the Supreme Court said You can't force that newspaper the only one that's catering to that local market to publish content that they don't want to publish that violates our freedom of the press. And so, it's said. That's true, even though that paper might have a local monopoly, even though there's only that one. We still don't think that that's permissible under the First Amendment. We're making incursion on their free speech rights. So you see why the conversation about fairness is so difficult because I want the right deal. Say whatever I want whenever I want. You said that earlier, um but but the reality is that we have to look at all the different competing interests when we think about Uh, who gets the right to say What toe Which audiences? Okay, so again, I'm just gonna go over this, because is there any obligation on the part of Twitter? Let's say to be fair, meaning if I said the same thing you said, and they cut me off and they didn't cut you off. Do I have a right to sue? Do I have a right to somehow have a legal argument that I'm not being treated fairly and I deserve to be treated fairly. It's a really great question, and I think it really gets at the heart of the challenges or bedeviling services like Facebook or Twitter. They really aspire to treat like cases equally. That if the Jackson birds, we say, said, by people in the same circumstance that they would apply the same rules to those that's an overwhelming challenge. It's actually not possible with the volume and scale that services like that engage in. It's simply not possible them toe always treat like cases equally, despite their best efforts, despite their intent. Um, but the reality is that because they're deciding what's safe for their audience, even if they make an arbitrary decision, one of which a content that was okay on day one from person A first would be a day two is cut off. That's their prerogative, and that's actually quite legally protected and their several layers legal protection. 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Sarasota attorney resigns state job to protest Rebekah Jones raid

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:39 min | 1 year ago

Sarasota attorney resigns state job to protest Rebekah Jones raid

"Our next guest resigned his position on the florida government. Because of what you're about to see. We showed you this video last night. When rebecca johns the florida health department whistle blower. Who was fired for refusing to manipulate covid. Nineteen data joined us here to describe what it was like. When florida state police officers entered her home at eight. Thirty am on monday. Searching for computer evidence about a possible text that should not have been sent. They entered her home with guns drawn. And aiming those guns upstairs in her home at her husband and her two children ages two and eleven outside in the house relaxing. She'll all the children off all down missy. Jones come down the stairs now. Police come down. Fear is what rebecca jones said about that last night on this program. I thought i was being arrested. I had no idea what four. But i have honestly been expecting to santa's to send people after me for six months. I didn't know they search word for the house until they start healing warrant inside and tell me. Tell me husband and two children to come downstairs. Which was confusing. Because i had no idea why. And they're standing at the top of the stairs and the my husband is holding our two year old daughter in my eleven year. Old son is behind him in there pointing their guns at him at the end of that discussion last night. I reported the breaking news. That attorney ron philip. Kofsky resigned in protest from his position on judicial nominating commission after he saw that video of the police guns drawn in rebecca jones home and after he studied the search warrant that was issued by a judge who appointed by florida governor rhonda santa's in his resignation letter from the post. That governor disentis appointed him to attorney ron. Philip kofsky said i have been increasingly alarmed. By the governor's response to the covid nineteen pandemic. I believe the policy of this state toward cova is reckless and irresponsible. I have followed the events of miss jones and reviewed the search warrant that led to her home being raided. Based on. What i've seen and read i find these actions unconscionable even if the facts alleged are true i would still call her a hero. I no longer wish to serve. The current government of florida in any capacity joining us now is landfill kaczynski. The former vice chair of the twelfth circuit judicial nominating commission in florida. He's also a former general counsel to the sarasota republican party. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Mr full custody. We really appreciate it up. Tell me how you came to your decision. Did you see the video first. And then read the search warrant and an assemble your thoughts from those two things. Yes i i saw. The video in obviously was pretty shocking. Outrage like everybody else. And then i posted something on twitter about i reaction to that in actually. A trump supporter sent me a link to the search warrant From the miami herald website said. Well you know before you say anything. You'd better read the war and see what terrible thing she's done. I did that and it just made me more matt well. I'm gonna read from the warrant because it's all about a text. They're in there with grow with guns drawn because a text was sent to florida of workers in the florida health department maybe to twelve hundred people and the text said. This was a group text and it said this. It's in the warrant. It said it's time to speak up before another seventeen thousand people are dead. You know this is wrong. You don't have to be part of this. Be a hero. Speak out before it's too late. That was the crime that was being investigated with guns drawn in rebecca johns home yet. It's outrage said not And the fact that a a search warrant was signed which was so broad which encompassed them seizing all of her electron devices with no minimization or limits. On what they could do once they receive. Those devices led me to believe that really their primary. The primary target of this warrant is not necessarily rebecca jones in the primary purpose of the war is not to make a criminal case against rebecca jones. The primary purpose of all of this is to find out the identities of the people inside the state government core talking to her. And what they're telling her. And i think that's really what they're after. Yes and she said that she has had some confidential sources in there who've been trying to give her a good information about covid and she worries now that with the seizure of electronic devices the identities of those people could well be obtained by the state. Police who's boss is the governor of the state of florida. And and i you make the point that those police officers knew exactly who this woman is that she's kind of famous in florida now. Yeah absolutely. there's there's just no. I know that. The governor's office is denying that he had any knowledge whatsoever about this investigation. Or this warrant. I mean this is a law enforcement agency. That reports directly to the governor's office it. It doesn't report to a state. Attorney's office locally. So this is. A nemesis of governor descends us and has been for six months and outspoken critic high profile. So the idea that his own law enforcement agency would execute a search warrant like this on such a high profile critic and they wouldn't clear through him. Or as general counsel i that just strains all credibility to me rod filled kofsky. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. And also thank you for taking your oath as lawyer seriously and your position as an officer of the court seriously when you see something like this say something about it the way you have. We really appreciate that. Thank you

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"miami herald" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"miami herald" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Through me too quickly. That's not advertising. Hello. Fresh is fault. Billy, What do you having for lunch? Pizza. Tony, What are you having for lunch, then? A little leftover taco action down. All right. This is the craftiest content we've ever produced here. Leftover tacos, though. I mean, probably the best of the leftover category or not at all Chinese food. Wow. You beat me, Roy, What are you having for lunch? Well, I got a new box of a Hello. Hello, My gosh. Hello, Fresh yesterday. Stop. Just stop writing. That's that's fine. Let's say hello. Let's do that. Let's do that. Another day s o. We will check in with Greg Cody of the Miami Herald. And let's let's call him and find out because this is a very Larry David. This is God's. This is something that feels like everything that you know Funkhouser used to argue with and with With Larry David, about where we have all these arguments over nothing. How dare Greg Cody call me high maintenance yesterday because he revealed he revealed That we were coming back on air and we didn't want anything about our situation revealed to anybody. And now he's like I was legitimately. I'm not kidding you last night, I called him a bleep hole. I called him a dick bleep last night by tax and I told him I never talking to him again about anything like I will not hitting him. Really where it hurts, right? So you got like hitting him like I've never given you any news again. Any cliques again? Because you can't Mike, It was unbelievable. And you saw the touch string Mike. Like he I thought he was gaslighting me like, how is he sitting here? Well, I'm guilt free. And then I tell him what we're gonna bury. You were gonna bury you big, silly. Now I get a text saying I'm you were brutally unfair and big suing when he said when he said Fine, bury me Bring it on. He always comes to me is like, Hey, man that Harold wants me to do this. I don't I don't Harold makes me because anything that he writes about the show. Gets him a record number of clicks, not the Dolphins, son, any of the others and local sports teams where his biggest beat But so did I ever write. You saw the plane. Stupid. All the time is just beyond stupid to me, because, Oh, I got no indication that we weren't suppose it Well, you seem to have some sort of indication that that would be ah, bit of newsworthy gossip to put out there. Maybe run that by someone you have heard in recent days. We want to stay quiet on this is we process. Gravity and emotion of the situation. But now it just goes out there self serving, always self serving, and I want to give him a chance to defend himself. And I also want to talk to you guys because I'm sure people are interested in his thoughts, right. But I can't tell what sincere and what's not since here when he's sitting here. There is no sincerity anytime he defends his actions. He knows Damn Well, I'm done. Extending him any sort of credit when you were done last week with him because he reported something about ESPN, Plus that we didn't want the fort. It just I don't understand why we're obsessed over like the Herald confined something else for him to cover. It's a fine line. He's walking between journalists and being a dad. I mean, it's a tough thing to watch. Especially that's the most maddening part about this as a father. Why are you doing this? Not even has forget the journalism part because that Z a fake thing. It's just as a father. You want to do this? Really? I just don't understand how after five days, Okay, I'm restless. I'm sleepless. I'm angry. I'm wounded, And here I am just.

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Postal carrier accused of stealing mail-in ballot in Miami

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Postal carrier accused of stealing mail-in ballot in Miami

"Authorities in Miami, Florida have arrested a U. S. Postal Service mail carrier for stealing one mail in ballot. And 36 political flyers. Among other pieces of mail hundreds of other pieces of mail. This is, according to Miami Herald, Crystal, Nicole Marie Marie 31, year old postal worker charged with stealing for prepaid debit cards, 10 gift cards 150 pieces of mail found in her car. On. She's got a court appearance coming up this Monday, but it included theft of a

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Miami high schooler charged with cyberattacks that stopped online learning

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Miami high schooler charged with cyberattacks that stopped online learning

"Well, well, a a teenager teenager is is alleged alleged to to have have been been behind behind at at least least some some of of the the online online attacks attacks in in the the state's state's largest largest school school system. system. Fourth Fourth largest largest school school system system in in the the United United States. States. Miami Dade County of school Police yesterday arrested 16 year old South Miami high Junior For the cyber attacks that disrupted online learning this week in the school district. It was my protector because he is a juvenile. District officials says investigators were able to trace the attack to zippy address at his home and made the arrest in the early hours of Ah, Thursday. Mars like three or 4, a.m., may they went to his own. Yeah, it was interesting getting that knock at the door. It was interesting because yeah, it happened. I think right around 3 30 in the morning or something like that, and yesterday, Alberto Carvalho said the last attempt they had At getting into the system happened like overnight just before the police busted into his house. Really amazing the timing. And here's Mr Carvalho. He says The boy wasn't the only one creating problems. There are other attacks from foreign nations such as Russia. Ukraine, China, Iraq and possibly others. Still no word on if the's hacks led to the Kate Online platform malfunction or if that's a separate software issue. Some of the folks who were neighbors of this young man told The Miami Herald of the boy is respectful and not a troublemaker. Look, I just I think that I think he's not going to prosecute, apparently by the feds, even though this is a felony acute accusation. But by state prosecutors, and he's only 60 years of all of his age, But you've got to send a message with this. We talked about it yesterday, I was likely that it was going to be a kid just like that. Twitter hack a couple weeks back. Or at least it's you know, they think at least this may have been a kid. But like Mr Cavallo said, it might be elsewhere to where there are more bad actors involved from outside of the country. So not good news, but maybe we'll find out today if they get online and are able to smoothly proceed. A lot of people are still using zoom and the Microsoft platforms yesterday to be able to do this. They didn't trust this K 12 and he said they'll make a decision by next Friday. The 11th on what they're going to do with this, Everyone try and stay with it or not. The K 12 round.

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Miami Hurricanes To Allow Social Distancing Fans Attend Home Opener At Hard Rock Stadium

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Hurricanes To Allow Social Distancing Fans Attend Home Opener At Hard Rock Stadium

"Looks like South Florida football fans will be able to attend games in person the season. I'm Peter King. There is no uniform attendance policy for the NFL or college football. It's up to local officials. Miami Herald reports that hard Rock stadium will be open for up to 13,000 socially distance fans for dolphins and University of Miami Hurricanes games at least next month. Stadium normally holds more than 65,000 people. There will be restrictions, no tailgating mandatory masks when fans already eating or drinking stadiums. Restrooms have also been upgraded to include touchless faucets and flushing as well where Carlos Jimenez says they're ready.

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Prosecutors Drop Murder Charge Against North Miami Man, Citing ‘Stand Your Ground'

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutors Drop Murder Charge Against North Miami Man, Citing ‘Stand Your Ground'

"Criminal charges are to be filed against a North Miami man accused of shooting and killing a former lover, according to the Miami Herald. Bernard ST Pierre won't be charged in last month's shooting that killed George Addison ST Pierre told investigators he was standing his ground because Addison, who went by the name Cleo was attacking him with brass knuckles that contain a powerful stun gun. There's surveillance video that supported ST Pierre's claim, so prosecutors won't charge him with manslaughter.

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Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit

Bloomberg Law

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit

"Unsealed documents show that Jeffrey Epstein was offering advice. Take Elaine Maxwell as latest 2015 despite her lawyer statement that the quarters socialite had no contact with the disgraced financier in a decade. Maxwell's in a federal jail in Brooklyn after her arrest this month on charges of engaging with Epstein in a sex trafficking scheme, she's trying to stop the disclosure of documents that include her sworn testimony in a civil case. Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hatano, who's been covering the Maxwell case that give us the background on these documents there? This is a prolonged involved. Story goes back here. There was a young woman named Virginia Robert to Frank's, and she says that when she was 16 years old, she encounters going Maxwell at Mar a Lago. Her dad works there, the maintenance man, he gets a job at the law. She's handing out pals and ah lovely woman. British woman comes up to her She's reading a book about massage and offered her a job working for this wealthy man who wants to go looking for a private, Mr She said. She was 16 years old at the time. So she goes to the mansion. If it turns out, she's introduced Jeffrey Epstein and he immediately and Maxwell, she alleges. Forced her to perform sex acts with the two of them program and she became a sex slave she and alleges that was in 1999 2000. So then she ends up. Trying to join a law with victims of Epstein after everything gets his secret plea deal, and she makes him comments about Maxwell publicly and Maxwell coming back and issued a press release in January 2015. She makes pigments and says that this woman is a liar. Would provoke a pram a defamation lawsuit. Dupree, Suze Maxwell for Defamation and Natural gave testimony under oath questioned about the sex trafficking. Judy was very, very aggressive. Her lawyers included David Boy and this guy Bradley, Edward and Pottenger in Florida, and they really went to question Maxwell at people that worked at the stain home in Palm Beach. All kind of allegation. Soju phase allege with force have sex that you have traffic in Spain. This man including alleged princes, possibly Prince Andrew. She named him and Maxwell denies it. So what happens is the stuff was all settled right? On the eve of trial, 2015 losses got settled right before trial, And then the documents were under field. So how did all those sealed documents get unsealed before Jeffrey Epstein's suicide? But after F being gets prosecuted, the Miami Herald goes to ask why this field And the Court of Appeals. Second Circuit Court of Appeals directed that the judge who had originally had the law didn't properly feel you shouldn't have properly field everything. It was improper to keep all the documents from the public. And so that's how we get to this point. The circuit orders last on the order all these documents and fields and all the documents start hitting the docket. And the next day, Jeffrey Epstein is found dead in his jail cell of an apparent suicide. So the document release was sent back to a new federal judge to preside over what properly on field in what should not be properly and field And you can imagine there's all these implications for other people whose names may can't come off other victims who allegedly were there when the trafficking occurred or were also traffic who may not want to have their names come out there like a Jane Doe Juan and a Jane Doe two and no Mortal, Jane Doe and also John Doe. So Judge Preska on July 23rd shelter hearing after you know, Matthew now been charged and says, Okay, let's go and have a hearing about what you get on field, So she ordered the first transfer documents to be unsealed last Thursday night, So that's how we get to the testimony. Maxwell with questioned under oath. The government used the testimony as a basis say stay. She lied and committed two counts of perjury for lying when she claimed she was never present. When Ft may have been sexually abusing, underage girl know, and she'd seen anything like it, she was not aware of that activity, illegal activity no more. President ever witnessing it so that testimony remains under seal because she went for an emergency motion and after the court of Appeals to again stop the release. Thursday night, the 30th so that was on 11th hour stock about part But the rest of the documents hit the docket starting at like 9 30 on Thursday night. How many documents are already out 2000 pages released in August. So that's when we started first seeing these allegations of possible you know Prince Andrew's involvement, some captains of industry more implicated some senators from former president their allegations that were flight records of people who were on the plane. Two F Things Iowan in the Virgin

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Wil There Be A 2020 Season For The Dolphins

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Wil There Be A 2020 Season For The Dolphins

"The Dolphins just had their first player opt out of the season, the wide receiver Allen Hurns decided believe he's got a baby on the way. And so there's There's reason why players decided not to play this season question is that we're gonna have a year it all well. We're pleased to be joined by a Mondo Salgueiros of Miami Herald columnist covering the Miami Dolphins, the NFL The author of the upcoming book 100 Things Dolphin Fans should know and do Before they die. I will be out on September 8. And you follow him on Twitter at Armando saw Gary Marty Armando. Good morning, Jimmy. How are you, sir? I'm doing pretty well, my friend. I hope one of the things in your new upcoming book 100 things to do before Dolphin fans need to Dubuque and no, before they die is Actually being able to watch a dolphin football game in 2000 and 20. Do you think that'll happen? Well, I believe that there will be ableto watch a game or two or five. You know, at the beginning of the season, I don't think that's the major challenge a cz we've seen with the other sports. The launch is possible and the launch is often successful. I don't know about the landing. And the reason is, obviously you know, no one can for tell what the situation is going to be around the nation in December. In January. We don't know what we don't know. So I think that it's pretty fair to say that the NFL season will we'll get off on time. The Dolphins play the New England Patriots on September 13th. And I'm pretty confident that you know that game will will happen. But if you're gonna ask me well, will they be in Buffalo? Ah for the final game of the season in January. There's no way I can tell you that. You know, it's a tough call right now. I mean, you look at the Marlins and now what happened there and lower matter where they sit around in a circle or something. What were they doing? It's just discernibly. Um, are you allowed out there our mother or the the beat reporters a lot out there or not at this Att. This point during the acclamation period, and that's what they're going through now with strength and conditioning and walk throughs. The teams, or at least the Dolphins have not opened there. Their practice field and facility to reporters. In August, August 17th when they actually begin padded practices. Uh, you know, the field will be open to us. We will be able to see And watch the practices from the stands. You know, while they're on the

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"miami herald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"From the Miami Herald had something to say about people going back to the beach she's kind of happy about it but that would be what we call some people well we'll have that for you a moment to go to a prison walls lined one AJ right I don't deal right seven brothers big damage I had that same problem when you'd be putting your foot in a liberal idiots but they always did you decide to talk you know don't be conquered that grass the media's excuse to shut me up out of your talk show what's going on locked out now one thing we got to understand we can't understand what's going on around the small town the Democratic Party and that's just as me gas this this big they got their hands in the cookie jar with China and I'll get you right off the bat more more more more I'm reading motel studio in China that needed to get the whole purpose got to come home okay when I did take you out of the way trump took that may help what it opened in the Democrat party knew that they didn't have nothing like I told you before no there's no there's no there's no there there is one woman alone which is a green which I look at a bowling alley in okay I'm it'll take less than what they're going to need a little time to be they they they killed a lot of what's going on with this economy the chocolate economy going and they couldn't spend it motel and now look at me just look at the things that's going on around the lab who isn't going to help somebody got a pretty for the deaths of these people well I'll say this I will be released on purpose all say this at the very least at the very least China was suburban they mishandled the viruses they've got some virus storage place or some sort of research facility right there will on at the very least during company in controlling it the one didn't control didn't tell anybody and one one guy wanted to tell somebody that I'm dead do they do it on purpose he's not a jeopardy a nicer guy the more you know values already guiding somebody would release a virus to kill a bunch of people but there's something very wrong with that situation and there should be hell to pay from China but you're right the left is better because I need to talking points the media's been speaking Chinese talking points Chinese reporters are somehow getting into question our president it's all freaking nuts in my opinion you're right it won't get out I'm not an addictive spirits if they need to look more normal girl issue that you've got what if they didn't they didn't have nothing he cut the borders all from Beijing the one in the morning what would burn up and that this may have been due to some quicker than he killed his own people we thought that we spend a little more to get a little excited people just look at this for nearly put it but they went but no more and more but you know no matter what we know about this weird water heated and then with the H. that with the W. H. O. knew about it and they did a great job either okay I don't smell a big jam ran in the rack is war in the media do you think the tree trunk sleep CBS one of the public at the end of the week in the trial date bottle like that down here much yellow bollard meeting with Joe Budden what's this all about yeah the motel yeah I'm telling you yes yes we not you so I will if I don't get it but I mean it's what is going on and it ain't gonna be good why go catch some Indian somebody else going to pick it up if that happens yes we don't want to be just be ready for the bull crap and guess what the media going to do they don't use it all the way to the dangle but it not only is it not gonna win we all witness we don't want our house and we don't win the White House back at motel we got to get this country back working number one which you want to get this place back workers love you may as well be doing should I start to go back to work without a doubt it's time to go back to work I'm ready for people to back to work and stuff every job is essential in my opinion every job is essential and if you say that it isn't you tell the people that are that are losing that money for the families right now tell him tell me their job as a social I never ready I get it maybe the first few days maybe the first week or so but monsoon what we what we would be crazy let's let our people go to the beach in Florida people go to the beach in Florida I've been to the beach in Florida make time drop down there and and it's beautiful I've never once thought to myself metal there's nobody secured the beach because somebody get it from a person is sick at the beach it Gerry have you you've been to the beach yes I have yet not Florida beaches but Texas once when you go to the beach don't you think yourself it'll be a close to that person we always social distance at the beach yeah I've never had my blinker my talent I don't want to do that No Way we we like naturally space each other up so why are people worried about people going to the beach and then you've got this Miami Herald columnist who I think was a refugee from Cuba for god sakes it chief this is her opinion now if you could fill us in with this fabulous persons up from Washington times the Miami Herald columnist on Sunday walked back a tweet this impact beaches in Florida should quote working nicely defend the ranks of supporters of president trump governor Rhonda Sanderson Miami mayor Carlos Ximenes apac Beecher should work nicely to the ranks of trump the sentencing of supporters and has tech Florida who value money over health fabulous Santiago wrote in a now deleted tweet verified account miss Santiago was referring to Mr Santos allowing Mister Santos allowing local municipalities and three open the beaches areas we can be done safely into the corner virus pandemic as a result the Miami Herald reported was crowded beaches in places such as Jacksonville over the weekend the president's eldest son Donald Trump junior slam Santiago for tweet and accused the Miami Herald flagrant bias this week my Miami Herald columnist tells you all you need to know about her and they said they're hiring choices likely everything you need to know about the Miami Herald as well Mr trump junior tweeted their flagrant bias continues to go unchecked disgusting in another tweet which remains active on her account miss Santiago shamed a group of people congregating in Miami lakes as the quote red hatted listening it to their masters if you look that one up yeah that's active you go account because she could because she kind of apologize for the Friday really mean it the way it sounded what do you mean it how else can you mean what what she said in the first week I'm I'm stunned by that right and how she thought the job like we did today does this person have a job but he doesn't money held which was ignored of your thoughts on this eight eight nine four one tags eight eight eight nine four one seven two four seven you have somebody who works the Miami Herald wishing death and despair upon people because they are Republican conservative or or support trump and then something about red headed masters no I read on her Twitter account today that either she's a refugee from Cuba or parents were or something like that they came from Cuba do not know what you're leaving you're leaving a society that would tell you can go to the beach they're living a society that would tell you can have that thought they they were living a society that said you can have free will you can't you can't live in a liberated fashion and as much as she has the right to say what she said I'm not here to say she should be arrested but also to hate upon the free delivery that you enjoy because you feel like you because you get a computer you can type some words is nuts it's looking really crazy how dare she yeah here's somebody who again is Miami Herald columnist maybe she still has her job maybe that somehow deemed essential because of the news maybe she isn't suffering like the other people are suffering eight eight nine four one tags eight eight eight nine four one seven two four seven I saw a piece of video of the mayor of New York fielding phone calls from people that were telling other people because they weren't social distancing you see this yeah I heard him say take pictures called police hello yeah well he actually you know he's actually doing one word he had somebody on the line was telling on somebody else and I was like yeah that's great information will get somebody over there right now is gonna be great so would you know have neighbor calling on neighbors yeah to assist the government that is really keep themselves safe not necessarily say you know I fear for this person's life who is in doing a social justice notices I got on I caught on you got a bunch of busybodies that have nothing else going on because all stuck at home can go to work and telling other neighbors and it's actually it's kind of disgusting disturbing to me people driving on the road looking at this that or the other somebody somebody you don't seem to never walk out to to check his mail and wasn't far enough away from this person's property ladder that somebody celebrating a holiday in his or her religion how dare you somebody else you want to go to Easter Sunday service even in the drive thru service drive through church that isn't okay I'm gonna tell you that's that's all patently insane and it's so anti what this country was founded to be an act that's a bother it's a big bother to me it's very bothersome eight eight nine four one tags and eight nine four one seven two four seven Joe pags dot com your thoughts on this so called columnist writing that she pretty much upset those of us who like the president or might be conservative should die and also no calling out using the the red hat wearers are anchored to their masters when in fact the real masters are the Democrat party controlling the media they they were literally the masters when slavery was legal in this country bush was forget about that eight eight nine four one tags Joe pags dot com stay here show tags from the W. 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"miami herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Miami Herald was covering the graveyard shift on the police beat I was this chubby overprotected human girl from Kendall and keeping girls in kind all who has pretty much everyone so who had a you know managed to Forrest Gump her way into this really cool job and I spent the whole first year feeling like I was on a shaky ground so they sat me next to the two most veteran crime reporters of the newspaper on one side was Elaine defying his brash and bold and whose default method of reporting was just like screaming into her phone in Spanish like if she was being burned at the stake by Fidel Castro passion and then on the other side was Arnold Markowitz Arnie or with if you really really liked you and he was wild with like a shock of white hair and is like white beard that's with clown frustration if someone is being especially dumb or stupid and I was frequently both and because our he was kind of hard of hearing he had reached his desk phone to this bright white light like the kind of thing a tugboat would need to navigate foggy conditions it was like ridiculous so every time the phone would ring the light was flashing my face in our you would pick up the phone and screamed Margot it's what you're not was it terrifying but he was a legend unstoppable inscrutable every criminal and cop knew him and I was determined to impress him so that first summer are you get to call a tip that there was a break in a cold case you're covered years ago decades there is a guy who had disappeared on the way to an Indian casino at the edge of the Everglades Arnie gets a tip that they found his car at the bottom of the canal off of chrome so he sends me out to go to the crime scene and see if they pull the remains from the submerged car some driving out to home said like in the middle of the night in the middle of a thunderstorm somehow managed to talk my way into the crime scene and I'm standing there like ankle deep in mud and winching up this old to Dan and one of the cops opens the car door and sure enough it's a tangle of bones and mark and weeds did I mention the bones yeah so I scribble my notebook and I get the hell out of there because right now it's like ten minutes to done right and have to company so far my feed only my phone is that of course so I am driving in like a blind panic in the rain just like completely unhinged praying for a pay phone you guys remember pay phones and then I see like in the distance a tiny like fall hollow in the distance Danny's with a pay phone in front of it it's not like a screech out like a maniac like jump out of the car and a run for the pay phone and I noticed like out of the corner of my eye and this group of pot has just kind of hang out for the Chinese like part had to do but I don't even pay attention to them I threw my coins in the phone and I call our needs he picks up market what's what's your god and I tell him everything in the car the canal the bones but because our he's kind of hard of hearing have to yell all of this at the top of my lungs so if you were like happens to be one of those pot has advance any use at that you know on a dark and stormy night this is what you would have seen a Chevy Cuban girl from kind of her legs caked in mud her eyes streaked with rain and tears in the Scarrow wailing into a pay phone like a banshee I like to think that years later they still talk about me like those guys like Braun remember that girl that Chinese yeah room she told the murdered someone right so so the next day at work I get to my task and there's a note on my keyboard that says just simply figure us welcome.

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"miami herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Last year a report by the Miami Herald newspaper about that plea deal brought new attention to the case federal prosecutors say they're not bound by the Florida plea deal and that some of the crimes took place in New York that scene was arrested Saturday when he arrived in the New York area on his private jet from Paris authorities raided his Upper East Side mansion and found a trove of nude photos many they claim are of under age girls if convicted the sixty six year old Epting could spend the rest of his life in prison prosecutors are asking that he be denied bail at his next hearing Thursday quill Lawrence NPR news the trump administration says it won't waver from its pressure campaign against Iran speaking to the Christians United for Israel summits today vice president Mike pence says they won't back down from stopping Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapon we will continue to oppose Iran's malign influence we will continue to bring pressure on their economy in under president Donald Trump America will never allow around to obtain a nuclear weapon pence's comments come on the same day Iran says it broke the limits set on and raging uranium under the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement the president trump withdrew from the president meanwhile proposed his proposed tariffs on additional Chinese imports could disproportionately affect bibles in children's books both tend to have specialized training requirements that only Chinese printers are set up to meet but additional US tariffs are on hold while trade negotiations continue this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd the New York City police department is creating a mental health program in response to a recent spate of suicides commanding officers will be trained in suicide prevention and wellness rank and file officers will be recruited and trained as peer counselors police commissioner James o'neil says officer should be able to seek help without feeling stigmatized were creating the peer counseling program we're looking at a buddy system to make sure that people feel comfortable I mean it's it's this is a hard job you talk about a livelihood now if I step forward in my gonna it made a lose my guns may lose my shield me to lose my job four members of the NYPD including a deputy chief and the detective took their lives in June police officials say they have not identified any connection between the deaths a manual recount of some ninety one thousand votes cast for the queens district attorney's race gets underway tomorrow as the two sides go to court to contest the small but potentially decisive number of ballots in the primary W. N. Y. C.'s Fred local reports fourteen days after the democratic primary establishment candidate Melinda Katz has a sixteen vote margin over the insurgent Tiffany coupon a public defender the first day isn't expected to feature much counting at all just opening up the scanner and organizing the paper ballots to be tallied meanwhile lawyers for the two candidates will square off in court over a group of provisional ballots these are often filled out by people who didn't register properly or who went to the wrong polling place coupons lawyers say more than one hundred of these ballots have been improperly disqualified I made Lazio is defending a police officer who forced the writer of the city by good to stop by driving into the bike lane right in front of the rider the incident occurred Friday in the East Village a video posted on social media shows the officer telling the cyclists he'd run several red lights and then refused to stop multiple times after being warned and waved over the mayor said the officers response was justified I went there has to be respect for when a law enforcement officer says you're doing something illegal you need to stop at if the individual ignores that it's a different dynamic another video capture the cyclist he's not been identified telling a nine one one dispatcher that the police officer ran into him and his bike photos show the back wheel of the city bike wedged under the police S. U. V. currently seventy seven degrees partly cloudy in Central Park support.

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"miami herald" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To a police report obtained by the Miami Herald was arrested by police officers after she allegedly attacked her boyfriend in a domestic dispute. She was accused of squeezing her boyfriend's testicles, so hard and so long up to the point to where they were bleeding bruising and his face was bloody because she was squeezing his nut so much. Oh man. Where? I'm with Vince Lombardi here, what the hell's going on. Oh, did he was this a sex thing, where they did he like it? I don't believe so because you eating. What part of bloody testicles would you find that enjoyable Nizam's sadomasochistic something, you know, some M going on here? That's the only reasoning I could think somebody would actually enjoy that. That's awful. She's currently being held without bond. So wow, for all those people who said she was squeezing, her boyfriend's manhood to the point to where he was bleeding and passing out. Congratulations. You're the winners. I know I feel comfortable right now. I feel like I need to get up and stretch and move some things around down here. Let's do that. Let's go ahead. Let's do that. And we haven't done this at a while. We've got a good old fashioned cover song ace is the place with the helpful hardware folks..

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"miami herald" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Campaign event. The Miami Herald reports the van crashed a few dozen feet from where Booker was speaking Sunday police later confirmed it was just an accident. Troubling information about that deadly crane collapsed Seattle. The national weather service has a line of showers was going through the area at the time with wind gusts of up to twenty three miles per hour. Everybody who's coming to this part of town. We know this very busy corridor each and every day everybody who's coming here. Whether you're walking taking transit biking driving, a car, you should plan ahead and plan that the triple take longer than usual people sitting in their cars to crane workers were killed now. There is video that has popped up on this crane and how. Fell over if you want to see it. We've got four in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. Back toback outbreaks of severe weather this spring even snow in parts of the country blizzard warnings up for Montana cold northern tier? And then the severe weather in Kansas, Chicago, demoain, Milwaukee than the next lowest jets out of the rocky some snow there and the Feffer more heavy rain for Nebraska into Illinois. But we're at about this on Tuesday, Dallas, Oklahoma City Springfield in Kansas City. Severe weather expected damaging winds large hail potentially some tornadoes in some big cities on Tuesday. That's be geologist. Rob marciano? You may remember this from a couple years ago. Federal inspectors found bacteria in samples of ice cream after examining plants across the country one here in Florida. A plant was shut down. Now, Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for more FDA funding. Even in this innocent little plate of ice cream. God forbid there could be some kind of food borne illness like with theory or like e-coli Schumer says the FDA needs sixty million dollars in additional funds from the next budget. Well, despite bitter into the season, the magic front office sees reason for optimism president of basketball operations Jeff Welshman reflected on the past season. Which ended in a first round playoff loss to Toronto Weldon says as disappointing as that was the team still wants seventeen more games than last season. Ended a seven year playoff drought. Wellman says his priorities. This off season will be resigning free agents Nikolai Vuckovic and Terrence Ross police say a suspected shoplifter not only stole from the same sort two times in one day, but also filled out a job app. Police in northern Wyoming say thirty six year old man walked into a sporting goods store bought some items, but also grabbed ammunition and sunglasses and didn't pay for those. Then police say he went back to that sportsman's warehouse. In gillette. Just a few hours later took a few more pairs of sunglasses and also asked to fill out a job application. He's been cited by police for the alleged thefts. The items were recovered the man's name was not released. There's no word on the status of his application. Brian Clark ABC news. Hey, good morning now. Six eight you're listening to Orlando's morning news. It's monday. My name is Joe Kelley. It's talkradio. Joe we've got a full five day forecast. Now brought to you this morning by Southey steel appliance where house hi, Brian Joe. The heat is on the next few days. But it is going to be looking pretty good especially early in the week. We've got a lot of sun in our forecast. Sunscreen weather for sure four today, mostly sunny, highs topping at around eighty eight that's about three degrees above average, then tonight, mostly clear, mild and pleasant temperatures down to seventy tomorrow, mostly sunny, a little hotter. Highs around eighty nine and by the middle of the week. We're back to ninety mostly sunny on Wednesday. A touch more humid highs around ninety degrees, then on Thursday will be near eighty seven or front. It's a little bit closer. So late in the day. A couple of pop-up storms a thirty percent chance on Thursday and by Friday as a front drops in highs around eighty six and a forty percent chance of scattered showers and storms from channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Seriously. It's going to be gorgeous today. You're gonna nail all of your goals today. I got you got this, man. It's clear now sixty five at Orlando's severe weather station. Safetouch Security triple team traffic. It's to our helicopter in air one. Good morning, Eric Brown or July four headed eastbound looking good usual volume to twenty seven and five thirty two downtowns breeze right.

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"miami herald" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They people were saying that she lies to everyone this this Chinese woman that was arrested and they said, they searched her hurt her hotel room and cover more than eight thousand dollars cash. A signal detector used to reveal hidden cameras. So one of the things that was noted by the Miami Herald is that secret service agents apparently put her thumb drive into their computers. I don't even know what in the hell that is no joke. It's a secret service agent. Samuel Ivonne Uva who interviewed Zang the Chinese woman at mar a Lago testified at the hearing. He stated that one another agent put he's he and other agents, they were putting drives in their computers, apparently, and that it immediately began to install files, quote, very out of the ordinary event that he's never seen happened before during that analysis. The agent had immediately stopped the analysis to halter any further corruption of the computer. Oh my gosh. What you're just. Wow. I don't. Yeah. That's like don't do that one. You don't just put spent. Yeah. That's not no. Uh-huh. Don't go anywhere. We have today in stupidity coming up. Although that would certainly qualify. I I do have to say blink motion activated cameras, by the way. Speaking of cameras are great. When you need a pair of eyes wherever you can't be and you can arm each individual camera. So that if it notices motion a place where there is not supposed to be any. It will send you a clip and you can determine when and how to act right and the cool thing about blink cameras. Are that they are wireless you can put them anywhere. They run onto lithium batteries that last two years..

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"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"My good friend colleague, Greg Cody of the Miami Herald just reference, Tony they are a nineteen sixty seven baseball Platt rest is sold by the way. So only see. Stugatz. What a tandem he and yes, it would have been Red Sox. Had it made Jordan, boomer Scott at first base, Reggie Smith patrolling centerfield Joe foyer at third man. Joe lawn Borg crazy lineup one of the best ever. And then Tony see got that injury. Jack. Hamilton of the angels hit him went down like a sack dirt gut back up. Her roic had a great season sixty nine believe it was nine seater out of the league and the rest is. Sad Red Sox history getting emotional just talking about VC's libertas show with two guys on ESPN radio. We got breaking news, Billy. What are you laughing about back there? What's so funny? Trout, twelve years for thirty million dollars. Then chin that's one year less than Bryce Harper at one hundred million dollars more. You're laughing at Bryce Harper for only making three hundred dollars. I mean, that's years. More years, actually. That's right. That's right. That's got to be strategic by the agent and trout, right? We want exactly one hundred million more and Bryce Harper and less years..

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"miami herald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So as we speak the votes, there's a curry on the it's not a denunciation of antisemitism Bill. It's an anti hatred Bill because it looks like the anti Semites of managed to get Nancy Pelosi. This sweep it under the carpet again will give you a tally of the final vote as soon as we get it. And we're waiting for the sentencing on the judge Ellis in the Manafort trial. Let me express my gratitude to you listeners then just a couple of weeks you've managed to raise enough money for more than thirty five families of four in Haiti getting clean water and food to those in our hemisphere who need it the most. However, the conditions in Port-au-Prince the capital and throughout Haiti still absolutely appalling Jacqueline Charles of the Miami Herald says help is still desperately needed ten days of beating your house. It took a toll on this country. You know, people were running out of supplies. There were running out of fuel. When I arrived there were long lines. But everything bread water gas Kane at the same time prices have gone up even more since these protests began on February seven. Let's face it as food supplies dwindle in the poorest nation in our hemisphere. Children's should not be paying for the misdeeds of the rioters and the people who have helped create this situation. That's why I ask you to help food for the poor. They're on the ground and a donation to food for the poor will go directly to food and clean drinking water for those who most need.

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"miami herald" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Officials wrote on Facebook that the L O T O. This in this particular incident since nobody was hurt we couldn't help, but L O T O. Meaning we laughed are tasers off. The guy said, yeah. America in front of the police department. And he goes they go we're gonna we have a unit ever transcript of the call. We have a unit coming out to get you. Now, he says, I think I'm gonna go get something to eat and they can catch up with me. Yeah. That's not really how that works. But okay. Yeah. I mean, go on. Woo. No. A smoke cloud in the area leaves a Florida man to ask the cops. Did you find all my pot? According to the Miami Herald, this guy looks shocked and surprised that he was arrested and his own mug shot a fells mirror. Marijuana, man. Florida man didn't try to hide after smoking up. His neighborhood last Thursday said a Japanese in fact, he seemed downright hospitable and helpful to law enforcement and return. They gave sixty four year old David elyssa place in Indian river county sheriff's office crossbar bed and breakfast on charges of felony possession of marijuana possession of a controlled substance without a prescription misdemeanor drug paraphernalia. He posted six thousand dollars bond after his breakfast on Friday morning. They said that they rolled award his home after neighbors complained about someone open burning and it says his lar- his yard was large enough that the smoke cloud was seen on route. And there's smoke as could be seen surrounding neighbors properties. It was a pile of debris about five to six feet wide with flames two to three feet high in the yard. And apparently. He was burning cannabis. He said, I was just burning the leaves. He said it's just trash that the he repeated himself to the officers and LS goes, it's trash you don't smoke that. I've got like a quarter pound of it inside. Well, so it smelled like massive we'd smell because he was burning pot plants. And then when they went back inside Ellis asked the police if he saw his pod if the officer saw his pot Keppel said he saw some on the tray. Now, let's goes I got a lot more in the refrigerator. Wow. And then so the officer said, look, you were remember you have a right to remain silent and Ellis because. Yeah, you can search your house. I'm not going to tell you where I get it from so. And then afterwards, he said did you find all my pot? He he seemed incredibly helpful to officers. Why would you burn that though? And like that out and when you're in a tight neighborhood because people are going to. Yeah, why I'm sure that when they called the police to complain about the smoke that it wasn't just the smoke that they were complaining about you know, what I mean? Third hour on the way. And when we come back, they are third.

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"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That's totally handled by the Miami Herald. Greg, cody. A little strange seeing one thing. I don't think we've ever asked you in your time. I don't know if you're familiar because you don't do social media, but your wife probably saw this on a timeline. Are you familiar with how you broke the internet one time by riding a bicycle and it looked like a mix tape album cover. I'm well aware of that. And I never I never really got. Why that became such a big thing because you look through that ass, dude. You look bad ass. I was just trying to stay warm and we were waiting to start the bike ride. So I was just standing there. I think it's Andre Drummond who took the picture and and posted it and then. Yeah, I everybody was asking me about it. Like the next day and stuff at the time. I didn't have any idea what they were talking about. But I know the picture did anybody blow it up in the in the locker room anybody make it the wallpaper. I I must admit it's your contact photo in my phone. Yeah. Anytime I love getting a phone call because he entire wallpaper lights up, and it's you. And so bad on that bite. Looks like you're about to drop the hardest bars. Oh god. What is the most viral stand thing on the internet is that or is it him dribbling because I've seen that like ten second clip. A lot about too impressive. Well, it's impressive. If you know. If you can go that slowly with the ball and that and that was ten years ago. So I've even slowed down you got to speed up the video you got to speed up the video like a half of that we definitely need to. So. And I didn't have any idea that they were film in that. That was an Orlando Magic camp. And so I went into speak. I mean because I pretty sure that that was a year. They couldn't use the players because we went into the locked out on July on July the first in two thousand and eleven and so we were in the lockout. So they were where they normally use players with their camps. You know, they started using coaches. So I went in and yeah, I was just trying to demonstrate stuff. I had no idea they were filming. And then I made the SPN top ten the next day. And I had everybody like calling me and blowing up my phone. It was it was pretty ridiculous. My favorite part about that video is. When STAN starts going into, you know behind the back and crossing over the gasps from the kids. Oh, they were so amazed and impressed. That's the outmost. The best part of that should have been insulted by the gas because we're clearly reading a book by its cover their STAN. Yeah. No me that was a little bit to be quite honest. It wasn't a little bit insulting people. People looked at me. Like what I had never liked dribble. The basketball before I had never played. I wasn't real good. I was a small college player. But I mean I'd had a ball in my four. I mean my God acted like, I it was amazing that I could even dribble the ball up the floor. I mean, if you watch that tape, I didn't do anything very special. I just think people looked at that. That guy can actually get the ball all the way around that fat body. Impressive. I think could just generally we underestimate just how good everybody is. When you reach that top level, even San who wasn't a professional basketball player, but coached professional basketball players, and obviously displayed handles, I'm an I like to think I'm an able bodied thirty three year old, man..

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"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That's totally handled by the Miami Herald. Greg, cody. A little strange seeing one thing. I don't think we've ever asked you in your time. I don't know if you're familiar because you don't do social media, but your wife probably saw this on a timeline. Are you familiar with how you broke the internet one time by riding a bicycle and it looked like a mix tape album cover. I'm well aware of that. And I never I never really got. Why that became such a big thing because you look through that ass, dude. You look bad ass. I was just trying to stay warm and we were waiting to start the bike ride. So I was just standing there. I think it's Andre Drummond who took the picture and and posted it and then. Yeah, I everybody was asking me about it. Like the next day and stuff at the time. I didn't have any idea what they were talking about. But I know the picture did anybody blow it up in the in the locker room anybody make it the wallpaper. I I must admit it's your contact photo in my phone. Yeah. Anytime I love getting a phone call because he entire wallpaper lights up, and it's you. And so bad on that bite. Looks like you're about to drop the hardest bars. Oh god. What is the most viral stand thing on the internet is that or is it him dribbling because I've seen that like ten second clip. A lot about too impressive. Well, it's impressive. If you know. If you can go that slowly with the ball and that and that was ten years ago. So I've even slowed down you got to speed up the video you got to speed up the video like a half of that we definitely need to. So. And I didn't have any idea that they were film in that. That was an Orlando Magic camp. And so I went into speak. I mean because I pretty sure that that was a year. They couldn't use the players because we went into the locked out on July on July the first in two thousand and eleven and so we were in the lockout. So they were where they normally use players with their camps. You know, they started using coaches. So I went in and yeah, I was just trying to demonstrate stuff. I had no idea they were filming. And then I made the SPN top ten the next day. And I had everybody like calling me and blowing up my phone. It was it was pretty ridiculous. My favorite part about that video is. When STAN starts going into, you know behind the back and crossing over the gasps from the kids. Oh, they were so amazed and impressed. That's the outmost. The best part of that should have been insulted by the gas because we're clearly reading a book by its cover their STAN. Yeah. No me that was a little bit to be quite honest. It wasn't a little bit insulting people. People looked at me. Like what I had never liked dribble. The basketball before I had never played. I wasn't real good. I was a small college player. But I mean I'd had a ball in my four. I mean my God acted like, I it was amazing that I could even dribble the ball up the floor. I mean, if you watch that tape, I didn't do anything very special. I just think people looked at that. That guy can actually get the ball all the way around that fat body. Impressive. I think could just generally we underestimate just how good everybody is. When you reach that top level, even San who wasn't a professional basketball player, but coached professional basketball players, and obviously displayed handles, I'm an I like to think I'm an able bodied thirty three year old, man..

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"miami herald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"miami herald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's you know, what I mean shoot the moon if you can make it through that whole gastrointestinal tract. That would be would be the greatest deal of all time you work your way through there. But so far, well, you know, what maybe the half, we're only once maybe maybe really fast. I don't think it's super likely because apparently again, I spent way too much time researching this seals have pretty good muscle retention and their nostrils. Like, I think it's almost like a sprinter or something where they control that whole. So I don't think it's likely something could force it, which brings us to theory number two, which is there vomiting out big deals. So like if you've ever shoot mister pip out your nose when you're laughing because you're watching Richaud, and you're you're Bob Newhart is so funny you you should at that. Mr. payback could be something like that. Right. Again, but it's like whole ill. So I don't think that's like and the third one which is kinda the one the scientists soon to be gravitating towards is not again. This is not me teenagers are dumb. Their theory. Is that there are dumb, probably males. The just snort ales for the hell of it because why not to impress their they're sealed. So it's like the T. It's like the seals tied to drag racing tide pods. Stupid thing the seal adults are like damn teenagers. Our entire society Seal's going to be wiped out in the elder seals are talking about how the water used to be wetter Iraq. And how the young seals are narcissistic. Clap their flippers as well. My theory, by the way, is I think there's probably cocaine, and I think that there's cocaine inside the eagles. I dunno where cocaine comes from. But it's probably. It does it. Because that's the only thing I can think of that would compel it edible to suck and up or any any species to second L up its nose. That's the only thing. I can bigger. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Let me switch topics to. If you're on the Pulitzer committee, if you're listening, you're on the Pulitzer committee, I'm doing yeoman's work here. Big investigation. It's on the level with the Miami Herald was the all the stuff they did this the case. I mean, there's there's a few nominees, but you're there I'd share it with your Miami. So you know, he he does have an EMMY he won an EMMY, I was given an EMMY Johnstone. So I I so John great guy. I worked with I worked near I wasn't on the same team has him at FOX business. But this is the worst award ever. So he was given to you. He wanted he gave it to you. And you weren't even working with them. That's not winning on the John who if you don't know John John's, a incredibly, smart guy, and a very nice guy. Very nice guy. But also, the least sentimental human being I've ever met. He doesn't like he had to like he is like what is going to be. He likes. He looks up like human emotions on Wikipedia reads about so for a while what he would do his he he would have these. Here's like, I think eight national Emmys for big deal, and he has like four hundred local Emmys, which are important, but not as big of a deal. So when he would go to college campuses, whoever asked the question, he would just give them a local EMMY. So when I left FOX, I went like, John if you're passing out Emmys, I'd take one and he's like, my I should I give it to you. And I was like well because you know, I do political satire walked over and handed me a national. Emmy was like here you go. And this is really and the way the way he told us to me. He's like, hey, you know, John really thought this was a funny thing that we did and everything else. So I wanna plane with with John just a few weeks ago. And we're we're flying to I don't remember Bermuda. And and so he he hops on the plane, and I said, John, no, a friend of yours, and he he goes off..

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