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In Russia, thousands of protesters supporting Putin critic Alexei Navalny were arrested
"With a nerve agent was jailed upon his return. Tens of thousands of people have protested across Russia, calling for the release of Alexei Navalny. The protests are one of the largest displays of opposition the Kremlin has seen for some years, Protesters have marched in virtually every large city, they were confronted by riot police, who have detained close to 2000 people so far. Vladimir Putin's most troublesome opponent. The Valentin remains in jail, where he was imprisoned immediately after returning back to Russia last week. Patrick Revolt, ABC News at the foreigners and
Boston - Massachusetts state trooper shot on Cape Cod, search on for gunman
"On the scene on the Cape, where trooper has reportedly been shot and rushed to the hospital. The trooper was shot in the hand after stopping a vehicle on Camp Street and Barnstable. It happened last night. Around midnight. Police have reportedly located a vehicle connected to the shooting at an apartment complex on West Main Street and hyenas and a manhunt now underway. Taking a look now
Boston, Massachusetts Travel Order: COVID-19 Lower-Risk States List Continues To Shrink
"States taken off Massachusetts exemptions to the cova travel restrictions New YORK Washington and Washington. D C. Now no longer considered lower risk, meaning people entering Massachusetts from those states need to either provide a negative test from within 72 hours or quarantine for two weeks. That leaves just four states exempt from those rules. Main New Hampshire, Vermont and Hawaii. The U. S Army
"michael harrison" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the background is music from composer Michael Harrison, written for the cellist Claris Jensen, the artistic director of Acme, the American Contemporary music ensemble. From her solo record called for this from that will be filled, which includes this piece based on the harmonic series 4 25 multi tracked Skelos a solo cello. On top of that. And signed tones. Sine wave tones are pure. There are no overtones to them. They're just simple Aleve, the simplest form of electronic tone, and the work is in three parts, each of which is built around a very specific frequency, which the sine wave can hold down quite easily. On Ben, You have all these shallows playing over it. And you know if they're not exactly In sync with that sine wave. You get what's known as beating tones on but it's an audible kind of beating pattern on. Of course, there are all sorts of overtone effects that become audible is well so Lots to listen for here in this three part work called Cello. Constellations by Michael Harrison, played by Claris Jensen. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, Yeah. Yeah. That piece is called cello constellations. The cellist, very busy cellist 26 layers of her instrument was Claris Jensen. The work.
Boston - New Massachusetts Coronavirus Restrictions Now In Effect
"Restrictions that went to affect yesterday in Massachusetts, where a mask in public places even when you can maintain social distancing, that's a rule for everyone over the age of five, now. Also a curfew and a stay at home advisory between 10 P.m. and five AM restaurants, gyms, casinos, liquor stores, marijuana shops, movie theater, zoos and museums must close their doors by 9 30 restaurants can continue takeout delivery after that time on Madison Rogers
"michael harrison" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
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"michael harrison" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Continuing now with a touch of grey talk show grownups Michael Harrison in the anchor chair pandemic has sparked a lot of musical and music video creativity around the world some parodies in some quite serious and unique Germany one of the most popular and influential European rockstars Leslie Mann Dokie wrote and produced while in isolation at home a musical tribute to the heroes of healthcare including. His wife, a medical doctor and he recruited his friend Anderson of JETHRO. Tull fame to contribute vocals and flute from his home where he was quarantining in London. The song is titled We say Thank You the proceeds for the song and video are being donated to the UN covert Nineteen Relief Fund. I caught up with Leslie Van Dokie on the phone. Let's talk briefly about. Hedge Tack We say thank you which is how I know about you. Which you recorded as a tribute to the healthcare workers in the front line workers during the coronavirus, which I'm sorry to say at this point still exists in the world and the future remains uncertain How did it come about? Personal, it was actually during the holiday season where I perceived a lot of calls from China. My Chinese mutual friends were warning you know something horrible is is going to happen to the road and they were just. Talking especially with them in January so so some lives prepared emotionally even if you're a beaver, he was speaking about and my life is a doctor she's a first frontline. I founder. And So she was being also you know the special professional news and Then what? Happens you know, and this was here and then that the was thinking you're wrong path You know be the oldest greediness and all of humanity was knocking on the door and as soon as people that they are statistically irrelevant. The nurse and doctors, supermarket workers, and of course, if you plaques and the drivers who had just bringing the stuff. So Hey, these heels about our time. So I I had to ride the. So. Against me for humanity and for and for these. Days and and. Just I'm likely to any other production where I'm have a lot of people around me and engineers coming gone or listen to play live in the studio, but you know play. and and I had to do everything on my own in my eyes relation. So now, the sending first of all to my dearest friends unanimous until. The masterminded Jeff Towel and then he is wonderful. I mean. I sing it to you, and then I send you the food and that's that's how we started. You know that says how we were going. And then Honolulu supertramp, he's sending in New York and. Brecker, the Boston's debate, and so so it's growing and growing and growing because I thought we have to give Salute. We have to say thank you to the to the heels of our days then to the doctors. At the nervous. my burgers and finally was absolutely self expanding that we do this for charity. So so that should be. We should donate This monster to the people who are really suffering and really out there doing the offend tastic job Even if the world is much slower but the turns around and the day and I'm really thankful for each and everyone in to my life, of course. Of the old frontline workers and who couldn't stay at home you know that they were going out they the. Their lives at risk and they did their very best to to make the role as one have to. The video and song made our office manager come to tears as a result it was very emotional and. Obviously. I advice for people to check out on youtube the video that you made primarily you in in your studio. And where you will quarantining as I understand at that time and he and Harrison, the Anderson and his studio. So you see up in back between the two of you and for many people they haven't seen or heard in a long time and he's he's a legendary status among Progressive Rock and album rock fans in America. Never lost his credibility. To this day, JETHRO Tull fans are vehement about their love of yeah. Throat Tall I am one of them so It it. It aroused attention and it was quite a compelling to see that what is your status? Now in terms of are you getting around? Are you still quarantining and I understand that you and your wife were quarantining I? Don't know if it's true. So you can fill us in in your own home because she's a frontline doctor on the front line of healthcare that the two of you were staying away from each other while in the same house Philipson about that process. Yeah this is this plane situation we already. So we in nearby Munich by the leash Tom Again. And my wife has a place a couple of miles away from here kind of big place and she's A Journal back. So so she's refund linebacker and in the meantime is a little easier because she's testing her stuff frequently but yeah because the chosen were coming home. And just look down and. We have to cancel you know that she's taking Home to the Family And Australia competences around the minor way you know you can walk the walk over. And I was letting my stuff. Home and and that was on my own the whole time. That's why it's fantastic. of distress moment but challenging times. That you can find. All of the sudden space in your life. that. To do things but you normally would not. See, for instance, I was going down to the archives you know basement and that find wonderful treasures center. We establish that you can find it youtube channels of my duty soulmates. Told me sneaking lever. Digging down deep into Sakai and find wonderful treasures also of unanimous. So You Know Am is if you bought for accounting. So now I selection individually and He puts his eyes and. Being up because. Together. But separate. And In as someone who is Actually. The guiding live for all of the all who insult. So the the most intellectual that most the deepest The. He's has something which. Is Firing and I'm only going to say I feel myself privileged honored. A musician that I can call him a friend and we used disturbed very often and music and just about these through friends and After soulmate on that really my myself to share with him decision. Since twenty nine years and and that he just kind of he was opened you up the song and and and he was about a couple of minutes late thirties. I'll wait a minute. I've always.
"michael harrison" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"michael harrison" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
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"michael harrison" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Michael Harrison's podcast this week featuring wa you know there's an awful lot of challenge about what to do with investments these days and how do you handle your strategy we're seeing people flailing about there's data from all right solutions they produced a four oh one K. index and they've got data for the first quarter of this year there were twenty nine days in the first quarter alone of above normal trading activity that's the most since they created the index back in nineteen ninety seven and the trading was almost universal where investors were moving money out of stocks and into bonds so clearly investors were spooked by the virus fearful of the stock market collapse and selling stocks and buying bonds in fact according to industry reports investors have deposited one trillion dollars into banks more than half of it went to the four big banks in the country JPMorgan chase bank of America Wells Fargo and Citigroup watch the deposits because consumers are saying I don't want to own anything else all my money in the bank and it makes you ask the question what are the best performing asset classes where is money been made here in twenty twenty well we know the oil market is down seventy percent real estate according to the S. and P. U. S. read index is down twenty five percent year to date the stock market's down twelve percent bonds of each dealt us tiny profit they're up about three percent gold is up twelve the best performing asset class join it's up twenty four percent year to date now one of the interesting aspects is that there's a technological event happening with bitcoin this month or early June it's called a happening the number of new bit coins that gets created is going to be cut by fifty percent it's the third time in bit coins eleven year history this is happened some people are suggesting that by cutting the number of coins to get created by fifty percent the price has to double to make miners whole has not already been priced into bitcoin is that fear is going to hold true stay tuned I'll let you know in a few weeks but here's the real question here's a crazy question for you if you could go back over the last twenty years let's go back to twenty twenty for the last twenty years what has made more money stocks or bonds well you might be shocked to know that over the past twenty years bonds have returned a higher profit than stocks it's true for long term treasuries long term corporate bonds and even high yield bonds it's true even since March twenty third when the stock market rose thirteen percent bonds still have made more it's really rather fascinating from January one of two thousand flu April twenty nine the S. and P. five hundred eighty five point four percent per year on average over the last twenty years junk bonds have made six and a half percent a year long term investment grade bonds corporate bonds they've made seven point seven percent per year and long term treasuries have earned eight point three percent per year the stock market only five and a half percent so it really is surprising isn't it because everybody always talks about the fact that the stock market you know we always know it's riskier people willing to take the risk because there are higher profit potential stocks make more money than bonds over long periods of time that's the address that's what everybody always says and yet over the last twenty years that hasn't been true makes you wonder what's going to happen over the next twenty years does this mean that we should sell our stock investments and put our money into bonds after all aren't bonds a whole lot safer than stocks so in the midst of a pandemic like this with uncertainty in the market and the overall economic circumstances should we run to the safety of bonds especially since for the last twenty years bonds have been more money than stocks well there's a pretty good reason why you can expect that bonds won't do was well over the next twenty years as they did over the past twenty years and it has to do with something called interest rate risk how does that work it's real simple there's an inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices when one goes up the other goes down so I want to ask you what have interest rates done over the past twenty years they've gone down twenty years ago ten year treasuries thirty year treasuries they were six and a half percent interest today there are around one percent interest rates have gone down dramatically and as interest rates go down bond prices go up where are we today interest rates are very low historically low levels which means can I go much lower will they stay flat what do you think interest rates will be higher ten and twenty years from now if you're predicting that interest rates are going to be higher then you're protecting the bond prices are going to be lower which means you're not predicting that bonds will do better than stocks over the next couple of decades therefore the message remains the same this explains why we diversify this explains why it is so important that you own both stocks and bonds over the last twenty years you would've made more money by adding bombs to the portfolio over the next twenty years you might make more money by limiting the bonds in the portfolio you see the point it's not a question of which assets should I own it's a question of how much of each asset belongs in the portfolio this is why diversification is so important because I don't think anybody would have predicted in two thousand that the bond market was going to beat us stock market over the coming two decades and I don't know that anybody is willing to therefore make a bet over what the next two decades are going to do if you're not sure if you've got the correct asset allocation in.
Chicago homicide rate falls for third year
"As of six this morning the homicide rate in Baltimore for twenty nineteen three forty seven Baltimore police commissioner Michael Harrison addressing city violence yesterday said in the coming year there will be weekly reviews of shootings homicides in armed robberies by police and prosecutors all in an effort to build better cases also a new protocol will be implemented to prevent retaliation
Baltimore to become first city monitored by police surveillance planes
"Civil Liberties advocates in Baltimore are criticizing. The city's decision decision to resurrect a pilot program that uses private surveillance planes to help police fight violent crime Emily Sullivan from member station W. WHY PR has more more in twenty sixteen. A surveillance plane flew above Baltimore taping in secret. When news of the plane broke public outrage and controversy ensued and the city halted its program? Now Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says surveillance planes could assist in the fight against violent crime. We
Baltimore Police back pilot program for surveillance planes, reviving controversial program
"Civil liberties advocates in Baltimore criticizing the city's decision to resurrect a pilot program that uses private surveillance planes to help police fight violent crime W. Y. P. R.'s Emily Sullivan reports in twenty sixteen a surveillance plane flew above Baltimore keeping in secret when news of the plane broke public outrage and controversy ensued and the city halted its program now police commissioner Michael Harrison says surveillance planes could assist in the fight against violent crime
"michael harrison" Discussed on KTOK
"Michael Harrison says the gunman later died after being hit by return fire the injured officer said to have non life threatening injuries on Wall Street there could be some more games today Dow futures up well over two hundred points I'm Dave Anthony this is fox news jobless numbers are out good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news temperatures start to warm up our forecast is coming up Oklahoma's unemployment rates in July were higher than a year earlier in forty nine counties lower in sixteen counties and unchanged in twelve counties Latimer county post Oklahoma's highest county unemployment rate of six point six percent Cimarron county had the lowest county unemployment rate at two percent you can't top perfect here's Jim foresight and perfect it is for two jags high school students who aren't perfect scores on their AC tease junior lily Jang and senior Baylor Norris each scored thirty six Norris and Jiang say they didn't do any formal study and our preparation for the test school officials say both want to be mechanical engineers after nine months in the hospital in Oklahoma City man left paralyzed after a single mosquito bite is working to regain his mobility and independence fifty six year old John Fenton was diagnosed with a severe form of west Nile virus he says the paralysis appeared just days after he was bitten in may of last year after there's just some kind of down hill it was about a week for start notion first symptoms and then about the second week after Bob Woodson harsh but virus attacked his brain and spinal cord he's now receiving therapy at an Oklahoma City hospital and recently it was able to stand with a little help from the KT okay weather center and team it'll be partly cloudy today we have a chance of some isolated storms today will have a high of eighty nine and drop back to the low seventies tonight tomorrow will be cloudy we have an eighty percent likelihood of scattered storms will have a high of eighty eight and tomorrow night's low around seventy two your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for ET yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com are you ready to hash tag days Loudon Loudon county.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Another night in the Baltimore police commissioner Michael Harrison said the that the unnamed suspect was shot by police pronounced dead at the hospital after was struck by gunfire which you just heard by responding officers they believe the suspect vehicle is the one that was used during the attacks on officers on Tuesday woman was injured during the incident last night but hers is so it's unclear whether she was hurt by gunfire or resulting shrapnel she in the officer are in good condition this at this moment just an incredible might once again in Baltimore front you know I was thinking with all those sounds and the gun fire and people screaming yelling sirens blaring and what have you if anybody was sitting in their living room last night listening or viewing what was going on how in the world with a ever even entertain the idea of ever going into Baltimore city that little sequence there would be enough to I think the rally at the the the average person and and and upset them to the point where they say you're never going to catch me in Baltimore it it's it's it's becoming though of a way of life and not just a an occurrence that happens once in a while but we're seeing this we can't we're able to capture this from last night but this is going on almost on a daily basis a nightly basis not but and again we're we're gonna X. probably exceed three hundred homicides again these you know you when you got people targeting police we've said this before as our this guy trying to run over officer that he shot an officer and then he got into it in and of course to the V. fled got to south bound to ninety five and then they stop their hot in the pursuit of him and then he can he comes back he goes back to this is how Bob how brazen and blatant these criminals OR he doesn't high tail it out of Baltimore he comes back and is cars spotted in east Baltimore they tend to pull him over they exchanged gunfire he gets back in the car and heads on the north Caroline street were finally he is stock fell by a police officer bullet many died in Hopkins later on but they this is just these it's open season it's a war zone yeah I don't know you yet people out on the streets last night I mean that woman to to it you know she put that on our phone it was on Twitter you know last night is just incredible this is what gives your passes for just another day well as as the police commissioner said and we've been saying it pretty much all along the there's a cultural violence in Baltimore city right now and it's been going on for quite a while and after last night no one can possibly in their right mind say were making any kind of inroads to stop.
Oregon Opioid Plan Would 'Do More Harm Than Good'
"New Orleans police are searching, for two men. Who they say opened fire on a crowd of people last night three people were killed seven others hurt a lot of people we know saw, what happened, hurt what. Happened and we need more than anything for people to. Come forward to help the NYPD right now solve this case by helping us find more evidence police superintendent Michael Harrison the shooting happened. About, three miles from the French, quarter the suspects fled on foot. Two suspects are, being, sought, in Los Angeles after a drive by, shooting last night outside a liquor store police say, two, people are dead half a. Dozen others hurt witnesses Say they heard about fifteen shots as the opioid epidemic claims more lives, every day one St., in the, mid west is confronting the crisis judges attorneys law enforcement officers and medical professionals gathered in Indianapolis last week for a. Statewide opioid summit it was sponsored, by the Indiana. Supreme court and included sessions on helping families affected, by the crisis and the legal implications. Of addiction. According to the National, Institute, on drug abuse Indiana had the eleventh highest opioid prescription rate, in the country. In two thousand sixteen we had a Bill failed this last year than that really instituted a statewide take back system and the legislature just wasn't, ready for, it that's. State Senator Jim Merritt who says some pharmacies have started. A similar program the Rx abuse leadership initiative Tanya j powers Fox News after eight months behind bars in Israel a Palestinian teenager says. She, has plans to study law to defend her people and the The Palestinian cause a head to Mimi returned to, the West Bank, this morning, and was welcomed, by banners flags and cheers the seventeen year old, landed in prison after slapping and kicking.
Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe
"Says he had run an errand to a friend's house, when the car fire was still miles away and on the other side of, the Sacramento river, from his home far gobbled up that. Ground in a matter of minutes some people saw fire NATO's spin hundreds of. Feet in the air and touchdown destroying homes while leaving others on the same street untouched for NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt police, New Orleans asking for, help from the public following last night's shooting they're looking for two suspects that. They say shot indiscriminately into a group. Of people leaving three dead and seven injured New, Orleans, police superintendent Michael Harrison asking anyone with information about, the shooting to contact police no means does anyone think you need to, take matters into their own. Hands the New Orleans police department. And partners are on this we will stay on it until we clear, it until we hold those accountable For near since as one gunman was armed with a. Rifle the other with a handgun Sam Baba's former leader appears to be seeking to influence tomorrow's election Robert Mugabe today broke months of silence since his ouster under military pressure November saying he will not vote for those who've illegally taken, power in apparent reference to his, former deputy president Emmerson Managua tomorrow's election is the first since Mugabe was forced out Turkey's president says his country will. Stand firm against American pressure NPR's Peter Kenyon reports of Washington is threatening sanctions have Turkey. Does not release a US pastor who's facing trial president told a Turkish news channel that the US would be losing a strong, insincere ally, if it, doesn't change its attitude toward Turkey pastor Andrew Brunson was, held in a Turkish prison for the better part of two years before court, ruled he could, be moved to house arrest while his. Trial on terrorism charges continues officials in Washington said that wasn't enough in president Trump, demanded brunson's immediate release or Turkey would face sanctions Turkey is also seeking to buy American F, thirty five fighter jets at transaction congress is trying to prevent in his interview aired on said. Turkey would pursue international arbitration if the sale is blocked Peter Kenyon NPR, news and, you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first emergency crews are at. A New, York City housing development after nearly four dozen buildings in. The complex lost power the f. d. n. wise has crews. Were sent to start city in Brooklyn's east. New York section this morning after all Forty-six buildings lost power WCBS TV reports fifty seven year old woman who was on a respirator when the power went. Out was found dead officials tell the station that, the machine did not rely on building power because it ran on its own batteries they say she. May have died before the power outage there are nearly six thousand apartments in the housing complex which has its own independent power Our plant. Outside the management of con Edison health officials. Say the drinking water at the Jacobi, medical. Center in the Bronx has tested positive, for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease a. Spokesman for New York City health. And hospitals. Says required testing of the water found quote very low levels of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center says it. Is using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say the risk to patients staff and visitors is very low and. That the New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply former mayor Rudy Giuliani says guy Molinari, the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run for mayor was his staunchest ally. And greatest defender Giuliani was among the mourners at Molinari's. Funeral mass yesterday on Stanton island Molinari died on Wednesday at the age of eighty nine Seventy two degrees right, now we'll be seeing mostly sunny skies today with a high in the mid eighties tonight skies remained clear we'll have a. Low around, seventy degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Does michael harrison doug stephan on the air with the stories the chart from talkers for the week of may fourteenth to the eighteenth twenty eighteen we've been discussing many of the serious elements of the countdown the stories that are in the countdown and we also as we often do talk about some of the ancillary figures and programs that are there to help entertain and inform you and as the world changes there are many things that are reflective of that they'd get onto the air sometimes or general interest program sometimes they're a themed programmes kim commando for the weekend and i look around at some of the new ideas stimulating people i see something at talkers dot com about a show called the cannabis connection i guess i'll say i thinking of the way you set this up new ideas that stimulate people yeah well there you go cannabis is a great topic i mean yes you as a farmer people may not know doug is also a a thought leader in the community of family farmers and he's a passionate farmer in addition to his broadcast career and yet cannabis is a tremendous subject not just from a standpoint of agriculture look at the opportunities there but for commerce taxes medical applications big topic big part of the current discussion and i'm not surprised there are shows about it i'm the social revolution that we have enjoyed in our country in our lifetime i'm remembering back to when one of the first talkers convention fellow who is trying to host i don't even know where it is now i became friends with them for a while and i appeared on this program we try to help him as a gay guy from cleveland who did a show on the gay lifestyle i don't remember his name you may his name was buck something buck.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Radio countdown show with michael harrison and doug stephan i have been following you know one of the things that we do i don't know if we say we have that you do it because it's your business and i find myself doing it as well i look at the stations that carry this program and other programs that i do and so i get information often from affiliates they send me back there newsletter or how they're communicating with their audience so one of the stations that carries this program is k m m s in billings montana am fourteen fifty they are on the radio this morning there and in their communication to their listeners talking about another fatal police shooting by montana police officer apparently last night a man was killed by policemen after threatening patrons at a local casino the fellow had a pellet gun and officers thought it was a semi automatic pistol so they shot him and killed him and we have looked around and this becomes a conversation it come it it comes down to sometimes michael is you know getting mired in the gun control debate but as you look at that and and how easy it is for us to criticize the police there's another circumstance that hasn't gotten as much national attention is frankly i thought it would but you and i both live in men in in manhattan.
"michael harrison" Discussed on KELO
"Radio countdown show with michael harrison and doug stephan i have been following you know one of the things that we do i don't know if we should say we bet you do it because it's your business and i find myself doing it as well i look at the stations that carry this program and other programs that i do and so i get information often from affiliates they send me back there newsletter or how they're communicating with their audience so one of the stations that carries this program is kate m m s in billings montana am fourteen fifty they are on the radio this morning there and in their communication to their listeners talking about another fatal police shooting by montana police officer apparently last night a man was killed by a policeman after threatening patrons at a local casino the fellow had a pellet gun and officers thought it was a automatic pistol so they shot him and killed him and we have looked around and this becomes a conversation it comes down to sometimes michael you know getting mired in the gun control debate but as you look at that in and how easy it is for us to criticize the police here's another circumstance that hasn't gotten as much national attention is frankly i thought it would but you and i both live in men in in manhattan.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Radio countdown show with michael harrison and doug stephan i have been following you know one of the things that we do i don't know if we say we bet you do it because it's your business and i find myself doing it as well i look at the stations that carry this program and other programs that i do and so i get information often from affiliates they send me back there newsletter or how they're communicating with their audience so one of the stations that carries this program is k m m s in billings montana tanna am fourteen fifty they are on the radio this morning there and in their communication to their listeners talking about another fatal police shooting via montana police officer apparently last night a man was killed by a policeman after threatening patrons at a local casino the fellow had a pellet gun and officers thought it was a semi automatic pistol so they shot him and killed him and we have looked around and this becomes a conversation it come it it comes down to sometimes michael issue know getting mired in the gun control debate but as you look at that in and how easy it is for us to criticize the police there's another circumstance that hasn't gotten as much national attention is frankly i thought it would but you and i both live in men in in manhattan good in massachusetts during our during the good weather my still gross out yeah right anyway so the story all over the place here in massachusetts is the shooting of a police officer who was serving a warrant to a fellow who had been arrested one hundred times twenty nine year old man the police officer and his canine dog this canine partner in reality go to this house knock on the door to serve a warrant to get this guy into custody the guy shows opens the door with a gun and blows this officer and shoots the dog kills the officer shoots the dog so the reason i put the two of these injustice position because i think it makes an important conversation about the realities a of how dangerous it is in many circumstances to be a police officer today.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Country indeed and i'm michael harrison who is guiding the ship through kunar country today jeff we'll be back tomorrow and wow jeff has a lot of really interesting callers and a lot of interesting people listening to this program but a pleasure to be with you it's an honor six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight is the telephone number we're talking about a wide variety of things basically emanating from two storms the storm that we have outside let's face it we're all in this together and what is more pressing than a blizzard i mean come on and the blizzard of of all kinds of entertaining crap that comes out of washington in terms of what the media decides is going to gather eyeballs eardrums and that's that's basically it i mean so much of it is so inconsequential quench show bought it's fascinating hey we love gossip we we love the personal stuff but let's not have it get in the way of what really really is important and i'm afraid that we do that i certainly guilty of it as well as everybody else but at least it's important to at least recognize it the telephone number is six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight and let's go to the phones scott in weymouth urine w arcadio yes good afternoon sir how are you doing i'm good i'm well so wide open topic tuesday right and the blizzard here it turned into that but yes something every topic is wide open because topics are like the hub of a wheel and there were spokes that come out in all directions and that's sort of what we're working today we're we're going in a lot of directions they simply on the fact the center of our discussion has been that rex tillerson was fired and so watch it's basically i just watched that eight minutes ago but here's my is my topic.
"michael harrison" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"Three after the are now talk radio couch you're michael harrison and doug stephane the i wanna just finish that conversation we're having about what goes on the radio the host that was fired for inappropriate comments about two chloe kim in the olympic 17yearold girl in he said some things if i were her father i'd go punches lights out uh you know that cut it and that's where tom brady wanted to do with a guy the took a shot at his fiveyearold daughter same kind of thing that he is come on what skewed why there's a point at which you gotta have whether it's common sense common decency come on grow up don't be looking around his era understand what they're talking about they want me to be controversial use your head you dummy that's what i would say it or if he's working for me what would you say to them uh now elevated fiery i it is it as it is use your head dummy but i i in defence of these people i have to say there's a tremendous amount of pressure to be uh opinionated to be edgy to be bad to be a bad boy uh you know there's a lot of guys are professional bad boys their grownups but they use the word is not bad boy the the word is bad and it starts with an a and that is a that's a whole mindset it's a whole look it's a whole attitude and it permeates sports talk radio in it and and to a great degree it used to be in the shock jocks genre which is kind of dissipating and some news talkers are bad aids and uh and and we have to uh i guess senstitivity training what is a.
"michael harrison" Discussed on KELO
"That i should i become michael horn nath you're doing better is michael harrison barnes who are better is michael hart right he should below his own horn yes he should as a matter of fact as should i i can't believe you have a horn i have a couple of do you know that that was once mainstay raising of djs are you serious listen to that stuff left over from when i did the mall the only gold these my ruin you were when you are a cousin dougie in fact cousins i heard yesterday this is the fao moreover i hurt cousin brucie i heard cousin brucie the other day i finally listened in unserious them it's amazing eighty eight years old god bless the guy he sounds good he he he's a little slower but that's that's appropriate i mean i don't expect him to sound like he did but while there god bless him but he wasn't a hornblower there are guys that actually had in in have you been you haven't clinches studio since the fifties i take it with me wherever i go oh that's right sure that i have all you never know when you need it like if you're having a conversation with somebody an airplane you want to impress them you take out your hornblowing they face i don't believe i'm hearing this thing mrs really comment all of that is lovely at what i s serious business to do is they cowed actors in all of this show has really gone down the drain wherever gonna bring it out of the by dunno if it's possible other hutu dream list of people here this week includes these folks who were sort of connected to what's going on with our rewind st rose mcgowan been athlete matt damon grenade sir it is a visit question in here for me a lot of other people i know because i know some people are close to the inside workings just by the nature of what they do for a living people who get them sales of all drugs and alcohol and that sort of thing and apparently ban athlete who become very depressed since his split with jennifer garner had he's taken he has it addicted personality where aids get gambling problems and are always had kind of a drinking and smoking problem so you know you.
"michael harrison" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This weekend which you can help stoke those fires so far finding effort continues and it's gonna continue pride for the next week or so cal fire captain matt ryan and new orleans police officer is dead shot early this morning while on patrol other cops fired back in the suspected gunman was wounded then holed up in an apartment styles watson law and the goal seasons in what the most powerful with them while there was peaceful surrender spolice chief michael harrison to north carolina prison employees are dead several others were hurt after inmates at a sewing plant started a fire in an unsuccessful attempt to escape yesterday fox news fair and balanced all money managers may seem pretty much the same but well some money managers may recommend high commission investment products fischer investments avoids them some money managers may have hidden and layered fees fischer investments never does the and while some money managers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do will not fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better in other words structure to be on your side maybe that's why most of all clients come to us from other money managers talked with us and find out why so many experienced investors are switching to and staying with fischer investments fisher investments clearly better money management investments in securities involve the risk of loss visit us at fisher investments that com to find out what we can do for you did you know that each capsule of balance of.
"michael harrison" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Goo goo woo hoo woo continuing now with a touch of gray the talk show for grownups on michael harrison in the anchor chair as we come to the final segment of this hour of our broadcast and noticed here it is of course summertime 2017 and uh it's uh august and the sun is shining you wear your sunglasses you're out there with your shades you try oven you're doing something outdoors and of course they are great for getting rid of the glare and then perhaps so the sun start setting or you go indoors and everything seems peculiar because you forgot to take off your sunglass says and and and do think it's normal and everything seems darker and you're trying to read maybe you're your smartphone or something of that nature and it takes a few minutes to say wait a second i took my sunglasses off and then of course you take them often the world changes well enough about that here's a lady who seized things not through rosecoloured glasses but let's just say her own unique method of observation here's another installment of meg so the other afternoon i'm getting myself together to go to the grocery store i made my list got my phone my driver's license and credit card i put the cart key in my pocket and the house keys in my hand grab my sunglasses off the draft sir.