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"michael peter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"michael peter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Out the upper and lower levels moving better and they did let tonight's oversize vehicles across our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. CBS now is check in with meteorologist Frank straight with our weekend forecast Andrea it's looking pretty nice too this weekend as a warmer air will return starting tomorrow tonight the cold one but not as bad as last night to see the full twenty eight for the low and mid town tonight down to twenty get somebody out by Gary's otherwise clear quiet night and then tomorrow we'll have sunshine and hide your fifties so what's pretty substantial more about compared to today and a pretty nice afternoon more right leaning to clear the thirty five admit town high twenties well north and then Sunday looks even better mainly sunny high fifty four for Sunday so enjoy that pretty good weekend for mid February Monday will also looks pretty nice although we will see skies clouding up ahead of the next door system moving our way I will again be fifty four and into the rest of the B. C. B. S. five day forecast looking wet cloudy and mild with some rain and drizzle on Tuesday Michael Peter fifty Wednesday also looks damp and chilly here if I'm lucky will get forty eight good chance colder than that though thirty three in mid town now under mainly clear skies again the dropping only a bit more to twenty eight tonight head of the pretty nice weekend coming up back to you thanks Frank W. CBS news time is eight fifty one the to do list things to do this weekend across the tri state well we can tell the Arcadia earth exhibit is not to be missed located in a downtown Broadway loft space Arcadia earth is a breathtaking multi sensorial journey for fantasy worlds.

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"michael peter" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

08:41 min | 7 months ago

"michael peter" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Cast. I'm your host dementia and my goal is to create the best advice from the world's smartest and most interesting people by asking them just five questions my guest today as the bassist and Co founder of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea born in Melbourne Australia. Michael Peter Bodo salary was nicknamed flea as a teenager based on his inability to sit still tell after moving to California. He attended Fairfax High School where he started his lifelong friendship with Red Hot Chili peppers. Lead singer Anthony Kadish originally jazz trumpet. Robert Player flea later was introduced to rock music and the Bass Guitar by Hillel. Slovak Flea co-founded the Red Hot Chili peppers in Nineteen eighty-four and since then they released eleven eleven studio albums that have sold over. Eighty million copies worldwide in two thousand twelve. The Band was inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame in Rolling Stone magazine ranked fleeing the second best bassist of all time. Flea is also the CO founder of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music a nonprofit music education organization for underprivileged children. I was very excited to speak to flee about his relationships life experiences and views that he wrote about in his new memoir acid for the children for this podcast cast. You said in the book that you don't have a deep connection with your mom growing up. How did that impact your future relationships as a lot I I think and I didn't really become aware of that until I was like in my thirties? I'm fifty seven now. I think that I looked For love in romantic relationships. Yes in a way that came from a place of not feeling affectionate and close to my mother. And that's not obviously not healthy romantic relationship to look for that type of Attention and luckily for me. And I'm so grateful to have consciously felt the pain of the relationship difficulties not that I've had and I've managed to grow beyond that so I'm wondering you know one way you know very difficult to go through those things in another either way. I'm grateful because it made me really look at myself and look at relationships and and forced me to to want to evolve changes human being you know and Also likely for me my. My mother's passed away now but even though we didn't really have the relationship became old enough to look at it with some degree of objectivity and I could look at the relationship with myself and my mother and and be kind of upset. I didn't give me less. Why didn't you give me the love that I needed I once I kind of got passed by realizing it and angry about it. Then I got a real healthy place of forgiveness and actually managed managed four jubilee beautiful relationship with my mother As an adult and in her later years and your your stepfather it seemed like he was a blessing in a curse to you. And you feel grateful for your time. Time spent with him. King describes the lessons you learned from sharing fares experiences with them. Yeah well you know he was. He was a difficult person. You know oh he was a drug addict and he was prone to really rational sets of violence and stuff but he was also unbelievably great musician. -sition and he also loved me with everything that he knew how he just had a you know battling his own demons and had a really hard time and you know it's really scary being around him because we never nuke was always kind of you know trepidation that he might blow up and rage and destroy the house or whatever but I also like I learned something from him that only and it's funny because like when I started writing this book I mean I don't funnies the right word but I learned so much about myself and how I grew in my yearning ruining my search to get to understand what happened when I was a kid and I realized that I learned from him that when he played and he was gone he played upright bass and he would play with is that very physical emotionally like everything in the world to him and he was planning that he was taking all the pain and torment zone life and turning running into something beautiful and only like when I started reading about it they realize that's what I do you know when I play music and it was such a great lesson you know and probably never would've played music I mean I don't know but He he opened me up to all the the limitless infinite gifts that music has given me in terms of you know place to express myself in something to focus on community friends and all of that stuff so complicated yeah complicated. There's never guys guys and bad guys are always both look at my friends as my family is. I'm an only child through and you saw your friends as part of your family teeter lane that type of relationship and why you need that to fill that void. Yeah well I guess it's sort of like you know coming from right about it. My Book I grew up in a very unconventional national and oftentimes difficult household. I didn't feel safe and I also was completely une watched as a kid you know I was out in the street running wild getting into trouble and the friends that I made. Were really where I looked for family where I looked for that bond that like that togetherness gathering s and that unity. That we all want you know we're all yearning for connection whether it's you know into an intimate one on relationship or sense of community just that feeling togetherness and and people being there for each other. There's a perfect setup for a rock band to start because we started and we pretty much all came from broken homes and all we're running around wild and all found profound meaning and friendship and to be able to translate that into music than the music became more than the sum of its parts. Because you feel like the struggle created that stronger bonds almost like pledging a fraternity sorority. Where if you go through the same things together you can relate to one another and form Stronger relationship as a result. Yeah totally yeah that historically people have always viewed vulnerability as a weakness but you viewed as a strength. Can you give me an example. About how when you vulnerable in one situation your life how that Julia closer to someone and improve the relation of that I mean whenever I've been eligible with anybody nobody And even if sometimes my vulnerability might be irrational like I might have my feelings hurt by you that you said something films and I'll I feel bad I feel bad and I'll say dude. Why did you say that that really hurt my feelings and you'll be like oh I didn't mean it that way? I meant to say that what you're doing is really beautiful. I took it as an insult because I I heard it the wrong way and vulnerability and then we for Japan because we connected over something you know what I mean and which has been the case ace very often you know in so many different ways especially like being a communal creative situation. My band got her feelings. Hurt all the time you know and their willingness to be vulnerable honorable and still express yourself and open yourself up to possibly being here. On the magic relationship relationship creative relationship any collaborate effort of any any kind Is it takes courage. But it's where all love is you know and you know and also like for myself writing this book. It's been an extraordinarily foldable feeling. But I think there's value in telling my story you know and there was value for me challenging myself to raise it right a piece of literature ensure that I thought could be contribution to the world of books you know like it was scary because I thought I had a good chance I might fail but I knew I had to do it on my own. Yeah I knew I had to have to be my voice. Nobody else's and I had to you know sink or swim so what I did. And what's your best piece of us. My best piece of crude vice ice is to work from a place of love. How do you go in that one of the first steps? The first step is you know asking yourself is this act of I'm doing is coming from love coming from fear and if it's coming from love continue to move in that direction coming from love it will guide you in the right direction. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom flee to follow. His journey can read his memoir acid for the children and on facebook instagram and twitter where he shares his memories raise performances. Pictures with friends travels and dance moves. We hope you enjoyed today's show. And the amazing advice our guest provided remember Bertha. You can only benefit from advice if you packed on it before you do. We would appreciate your feedback in the form of review. You can leave a review on I I tunes stitcher or a Pod Catcher of your choice. Your feedback would be very much appreciated head over to Dan. Shaw Bell Dot Com Slash Review now..

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"michael peter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"What are you watching C? That's pretty good Davey like that. Yeah. Worth away. So this net. Flicks. Dropped conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes yesterday thirty years to the day after the man who Ted Bundy who took credit for slain dozens in the seventies died in the electric chair at at Florida state prison. He admitted to a lot of things this is a four part docu series. And it has audio from conversations with Ted Bundy while he is behind bars. This is from journalists. True crime is insanely popular right now. Kind of started back up with serial the podcast now. Netflix can't get these docu series out there fast enough. But this one in particular it also serves as a walk through of Ted bundy's grisly crimes. I have not watched it yet. It just dropped yesterday. But that's something that I know a lot of people are already talking about. I caught the first step. So last night. What did you think I am very much into these true crime things? I watched most of the staircase a little while gone off. You're familiar. Oh, yeah. That's the the author who was convicted of killing his which Peterson Scott Scott Peterson. I don't even remember here. I'll look it up. And then he gets Scott Peterson. Yeah. Yeah. Convicted convicted of killing the ice was I just kinda ruined it. If somebody has a watched it because that's the whole thing go through the trial. But god. And mind hunter, I thought that's been one of the greatest great shows the last couple of years on net flicks. So I I was definitely intrigued by this when I saw thought and yeah documents think four episodes in I made it through episode one last night. And it's it does start a little slow because you learn kind of the back story about the journalists who are, you know, one of them goes to interview Ted Bundy the other kind of off to the side doing the work on the actual cases and revisiting those back in the day. And it's it's interesting how his mind was completely warped. And you'll learn this throughout the first episode of the reality. He was living in versus the reality that everyone else's living going through his younger days of him talking about on these tapes how he grew up with the family was like what the neighborhood was like what kind of a student. He was in school and into college. And you know, he paints himself as you know, the every man. Man, who could you know? I was a fun athlete had a had a bunch of friends. We just always had a great time around the neighborhood. And they have these interviews present day with people that grew up around him or in the neighborhood, or you know, happen to know him from whatever and their picture is definitely different not saying we knew this guy was going to be a serial killer. No painting a much different view than he he paints himself. And as you get towards the end of the episode. You kind of you realize the the journalists who is doing these tapes they were really struggling to get him to open up. And you know, let's let's talk about the crimes that you've been connected with. Let's let's start talking about these. And they finally find a way at the end of the first episode. I won't ruin it. They finally find a way to get him to open up to a deal to a certain side of him that you know. He then at this point wants to talk about it. He was from all accounts. Like, he would wou women right? Like, he was very charismatic guy. And he would he would gain their trust or act like he was hurt or something like that. And then would assault and kill in absolute compulsive liar. But one that a lot of people size charming. He was young and good looking. And you know, he was you know, law school student and everything so he was on a lot of different levels off very appealing was the right word. But just you know, he was he was a person that people immediately felt comfortable around just based on his appearance or based on his matter of speaking. He was you know, he spoke intelligently. Yeah. So yeah, it's I mean, it's. I don't want to spoil anything. But it's it's really really fascinating. So you mentioned the staircase that came out last year, and that's around Michael Peter psycho Pearce is there's a couple of like their Scott Peterson drew Peterson. Something about that name or something. But there are so Michael Peterson was and he was the guy that was living with his wife and was seemingly happy he's an author and columnist and all that and his wife was like a doctor. Yes. And she they found her dead. He found her dad at the bottom of the staircase. But the death didn't make sense to law enforcement because there was blood everywhere. And it's like well she fell down the stairs. How would that even be possible? And so then there then there are lacerations on her head, and there was an owl theory, and it just it got bazaar, but it's true crime dramas like the staircase where you're just you're like, I don't know what happened like I got done two staircases. I'm sure you didn't go. I still have no idea. What I know. You mentioned the owl theory. I'm in. I'm totally on the on the because the whole thing is there's lacerations that were found on her head. But no damage to the brain, right? Yes. It has it has this really thin type of. Of laceration. Yeah. Because everything like if it had been brute force it would have caused much more damage. Yes. So the theory was that there's this specific type of our that's in that part of the country that would attack a, humid. Yeah. So that's what they come to bizarre. But the staircases on. I think it's still probably on Netflix to sure it is. I imagine. Yeah. The keepers is another one on Netflix. It's really good really difficult watch. And that's about a murderer at a surrounding a Catholic school in like the sixties. And they go through all the abuse that happened there that came out a couple years ago, and obviously making a murderer. I haven't gotten into making a murderer season two. I feel like kind of did that already watched making a murderer season one. Of course, that's when he came out. I couldn't handle couldn't take season one. It was just too. I don't know. To back woods there. I don't know. What the right word is. I just I gave the first episode or try try, and I just I can't stick with it. I there's got to be something better. And I'm the only person in America, or at least in this part of America's we learn. I think last week or something making a murder is the most popular Netflix show. I'd Minnesota Wisconsin. So maybe I'm the only one that has an watched it. But I there was just something about of their rubbed me the wrong riders. Couldn't couldn't hand. I didn't think I could make my way through the whole season. And of course, the serial podcast is really what catapulted this really the true crime back into maybe our consciousness and cereal is phenomenally produced, and that's of the same. That's kind of the same idea is that you get done with this ten eleven twelve episodes. And you're like, I have no idea what happened, and even the author of it the journalist in is like I have spoken to this guy who's been accused. Charged with this crime. And I still don't know if he did it. And I think that's what makes it so interesting. Oh, the innocent man that just came out to John off John Grisham book. That's right. Yes. It's like a six part series. I think on Netflix another true crime. And it's a revolving two murders of young women in Oklahoma back in the eighties and just kind of some of the. Just maybe some of the the greatest law enforcement work back then and you wonder, okay? Was it just ignorance or was it? We just got opinion on somebody. Yeah. And so it kind of explores those teams. That fix just needs to slow down stop giving us so much so quickly give us like, you know, a week or so in between just like at you. Oh, and that CD as mentioned as weezer they. Have a new album out up next. We got a quick check in with CBS news right now. CBS news special report anger at New York's LaGuardia airport directed at lawmakers in Washington. Concerned about.

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"michael peter" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Mischief comes back for ten strike and micro, Michael, Peter Angelo. This is another intimacy Jif brought this up actually yesterday when I was talking to sit Fernando that was a very credible performance for the debut at Churchill on November twenty second and absolutely marks her as a Philly with some real talent out of a steak winning mayor too. Yeah. She's a night Philly. We take the silly up in the fall Bill Harrigan Hatter four trainer low the was headed south. We picked her up. I guess probably reform weeks prior to that maiden race intense. Right. Bought in on her in sauk human body piece of as well, she's she's a nice villi. We think a lot of the big physical in the mischief Philly that showed us a lot of the mornings has continued to do that. And you know, I think you know with having a race on their about should be extremely. Competitive tomorrow. That that race scored out pretty darn well to Seventy-three buyer for in the debut and a and a. Single digit fig on third graph is well one more maiden to talk about tomorrow at Oakland. That's in the nightcap, Kalua met home bred. This is a mile sixteenth. And that kind of speaks to what it looks like this horses interested in doing stolen thunder as that of a quiet American mayor by Malibu moon, and feels like a horse that needs every bit of route aground. Doesn't much be before starting Wong on the dirt. We're just kind of letting subtle into race and income writings we'll find out a little bit more about him. I felt like we taking as far as we can in the morning training. And it'll just be up to him as to you know, how much talent he can display not a lot of early speed. So we're just kind of let him, you know, bounce out of there found his footing and hopefully can pick pick pick some off late. I get some experience and in the seventh. There's that very difficult group serious bunch in that first level allowance seventh raise I start for you, and Steve Landers Peruvian appeal this horse that was with Nacho career is what what is what is this successful appeal. Philly showing you. Three works with her. She's picked it up each week last work at oak on there is by far the best of three. So she she's a Philly. I I don't have the form in front of me. But best. Let's remember she's ever Ramona fasttrack she's on synthetic and then caught a couple sloppy or money tracks. You're right. You're right. Like, she seems she's performed extremely well races. Not a great big Philly. She's athletics is a good mover. She's very sound five and a half. Hopefully, she can be in the mix early. And hopefully, she'll get a counter herself. We've had her about a month came in from. I believe Tampa and did shape and look good. So if we could get the meat started off right for Mr. Landers private purchase. Yeah. Yes. Was crow found her. We can sit about a month ago, and she showed up in hot springs, and she's sound horse. That's ready to rock and roll not show had her for South American connections. And. This crow. Certainly having having tabbed monoploy girl. The when when Liz crow says, hey, I found a horse. The clients are are sitting up and taking notice what about Saturday. Give us a quick overview on the maidens that are going to turn up at fairgrounds crafty. Daddy, firewater Jake and star girl. Grow a horse for east five. I've had a extremely hard time getting a race to go for shortening her back up. She had a good start with Dave FOX of in Florida. Then I try to I have long Trotter single worker twice runner at when just because I was kind of in fear of a missing out on some racist. Didn't really performed very well rain early on going to shorten her back up. She's training..

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McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:14 min | 1 year ago

McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mcclements estate football champion for three years in a row Oakland. Michael peters. Didn't waste words. A three peat is hard. The McClements football coach said after accepting the CIF for a division state bowl championship trophy Saturday at Laney college, the journey may have been hard. But the warriors made things look relatively easy on the field after the Clemens defense held Garfield Los Angeles to twenty two yards in the first half the offense took over in the second half. Jomar Julian rushed for one hundred seventy seven yards on twenty carries and freshman quarterback Dray in Paul through for a pair of touchdowns as the warriors rolled to thirty to six triumph. Mcclements twelve to becomes the third program to win three consecutive CIF bowls. The warriors are the first public school to do it and the first to win each bowl in a different division. The warriors claimed a five eight title in two thousand sixteen and a five AA title last season. Daily Al concord, which won four straight open division, crowns from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and central Catholic Modesto division for two thousand twelve to fourteen are the other programs in the club for Peter's and the program the third title was possibly the toughest in addition to graduation taking a major toll on the roster. The warriors also had to deal with the loss of longtime assistant and equipment manager dean Hodges who passed away before the season. We said we were going to set out and do it for him said Peters who claimed Hodges as one of his closest friends. This isn't my best team, but they sold out and dug deep in their hearts and pulled out a win for him while the warriors defense was dominant from the get go the offense manage to six points in the first half. Garfield thirteen to tied the game six six midway through the third quarter on a seventy six yard drive that was aided by a pair of fifteen yard penalties. Mclennan's answered on the next possession driving forty two yards in seven plays and scoring on Addy Anderson's one. Yard dive for a twelve six lead. After forcing a punt the warriors tacked on another quick score. When Julian broke free for a seventy five yard run. I ran through the whole I saw the two defenders over pursuing. So I cut back. The senior running back said it was an instinct of move Peters wasn't surprised by the Ron or Julian's night as a whole he's just a grown, man. That's all I can tell you the coach said he runs hard. I'm still shocked that a lot of schools haven't come in offered him a scholarship, but they will Julian tacked on two point run for a six lead after three quarters. The warriors got a twenty six yard touchdown pass from Paul today. The Sanders and a second touchdown run. Twenty yards from Anderson to close out the scoring Paul finished with just one hundred forty two yards on ten of seventeen passing. Montreal Smith had an interception and fumble recovery for the warriors defense all of us wanted this Julian said all of us wanted that three Pete. We all had the drive to win this game all of that heart together, and we came out as a strong. Team chase. Bryson is a freelance writer.

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"michael peter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A bad earnings reports from top companies put Wall Street into a panic. The Dow has fallen. Than four hundred points in the first ninety minutes of trading, the S and P five hundred and NASDAQ dropped about two percent, a drop in China's biggest stock market, spurred fears that global economic growth has stalled sitting in jail without bond makes it hard to serve in the city commission, and Michael Dunn has resigned from the lakeland city commission while he defends himself against a murder charge dressed in his orange jail jumpsuit, Michael Dunn didn't speak during his three minute first appearance before a judge the second one since his arrest last week over the weekend. The lakeland city Commissioner who has since tendered his resignation went before a judge without his attorney present he was denied bond. This time lawyer rusty Franklin says he wants a bond for his client, the judge response. Cannot be changed except by the chief Joe or the division judge last Friday. A Polk County grand jury indicted, whom done said, it's stolen a hatchet from Duns lakeland military surplus store, October third store surveillance video shows done grabbing Lopez by the arm. To detain him at the front door then shooting him. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A a new poll shows Rick Scott did not get much of a bomb from all this free TV time during hurricane Michael Peter Brown of Quinnipiac university says got still trails Bill Nelson in their rates for the US Senate fifty two to forty six percent. He didn't get a bounce whether it's because of a hurricane or not because hurricane who knows the differences that governor Scott moved up a point. But he's still six points behind Senator Nelson. Scott has a ten point lead with men, but Nelson has a twenty point edge with women. Proud says the big difference is independent voters were Nelson has a twenty two point lead a Tampa man accused of groping a woman on the Southwest Airlines flight blames Donald Trump the FBI claims that forty nine year old Bruce, Michael Alexandra touched a female passenger sitting in front of him at least three times during a flight from Houston to Albuquerque. The FBI says Alexander told the arresting agent that the president. Of the United States says it's okay to grab women by their private parts coming up on eleven of four..

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"michael peter" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I'm Sam Litzinger in parts of Florida. They're still looking for anyone who's still alive, but trapped because of hurricane Michael Peter King in Panama City, we're at one neighborhood off the coastal highway route ninety eight where Savall in tears have come by to try and help out the big old trees have fallen down some on houses. Some just in front yards the bad with a chainsaw is just tried to cut it to pieces little by little. So it could be hauled away. So people can get back in and out of their houses. Peter King CBS news, Panama City, this man lives in what's left of a mobile home park there. We have no food. No, no, nothing. The death toll from hurricanes climbed to at least eighteen American pastor. Andrew Brunson says President Trump fought hard for his release from imprisonment in Turkey, and it paid off brunson's met the president in the Oval Office after Turkish officials let him go despite a terrorism conviction on charges. The pastor has denied we would like for you for you often as a family, my wife, and I thank you will. I need it. Probably more than anybody in this. Brunson's homecoming as seen by many as a diplomatic high note for Mr. Trump who's counting on the support of evangelical. Christians Republican candidates in the November six election. The president tells CBS's sixty minutes if Saudi Arabia is found to be responsible for the death of missing journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. There will be consequences. We're going to get to the bottom of it, and there will be severe punishment. But he isn't being specific political reporter Daniel Lipman says this is a tricky situation from Mr. Trump Trump has said that he made a lot of money off the Saudis rich, Royal family members and regular wealthy citizens. Have bought, you know, Trump apartments in New York and other places other Trump properties. Mr. Trump also says he doesn't want to cancel an arms deal with the Saudis because of American jobs, the president spending another Saturday night on the road. This time campaigning for three term Republican congressman from Kentucky. Who's facing a strong challenge in one of the most closely watched US house races. Andy bar wants a fourth term representing Kentucky six congressional district. But he's in a tight contest with Democrats. Amy McGrath, retired marine fighter pilot Pennsylvania's Republican nominee for governor is taken down and online video in which he advises democratic governor Tom Wolfe to put on a catcher's mask because he's going to stop all over his face with golf spikes, Scott Wagner. Now says that was a poor choice of words wolf campaign says the comments show Wagner.

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"michael peter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Parts of Florida. They're still looking for anyone who's still alive, but trapped because of hurricane Michael Peter King in Panama City, we're in one neighborhood off the coastal highway route ninety eight where Savalas tears have come by to try and help out the big old trees have fallen down some on houses. Some just in front yards the bad with a chainsaw is just tried to gun at the pieces little by little. So it could be hauled away at so people can get back in and out of their houses. Peter King CBS news, Panama City, this man lives in what's left of a mobile home park there. We have no food. No, no, nothing. The death toll from the hurricanes climbed to at least eighteen American pastor. Andrew brunson's says President Trump fought hard for his release from imprisonment in Turkey, and it paid off brunson's met the president in the Oval Office after Turkish officials let him go despite a terrorism conviction on charges. The pastor has denied we would like for you. For you often. Has a family my wife, and I thank you will. I need it. Probably more than anybody on Israel. Bronson's homecoming has seen by many as a diplomatic high note for Mr. Trump who's counting on the support of evangelical. Christians Republican candidates in the November six election. The president tells CBS's sixty minutes if Saudi Arabia is found to be responsible for the death of missing journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. There will be consequences were going to get to the bottom of it. And there will be severe punishment. But he isn't being specific political reporter Daniel Lipman says this is a tricky situation for Mr. Trump Trump has said that he made a lot of money off the Saudis rich, Royal family members. And in a regular wealthy citizens. Have bought, you know, Trump apartments in New York and other places other Trump properties. Mr. Trump also says he doesn't want to cancel an arms deal with the Saudis because of American jobs, the president spending another Saturday night on the road. This time campaigning for three term Republican congressman from Kentucky who's facing a strong challenge. In one of the most closely watched US house races. Andy bar wants a fourth term representing Kentucky six congressional district. But he's in a tight contest with Democrats. Amy, McGrath, retired marine fighter pilot. Pennsylvania's Republican nominee for governor has taken down and online video in which he advises democratic governor Tom Wolfe to put on a catcher's mask because he's going to stop.

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"michael peter" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KCBS All News

"They're still looking for anyone who's still alive, but trapped because of hurricane Michael Peter King in Panama City, we're in one neighborhood off the coastal highway route ninety eight where Savall in tears have come by to try and help out the big old trees have fallen down some on houses some just in front yards. The band with a chainsaw is just to the beezus little by little so it could be hauled away. So people can get back in and out of their houses. Peter King CBS news, Panama City, this man lives in what's left of a mobile home park there. We have no food. No, no, nothing. The death toll from the hurricanes climb to at least eighteen American pastor. Andrew Brunson says President Trump fought hard for his release from imprisonment in Turkey, and it paid off brunson's met the president in the Oval Office after Turkish officials let him go despite a terrorism conviction on charges. The pastor has denied we would like for you. Pray for you often as a family, my wife, and I thank you. All I need it probably more than anybody. Brunson's homecoming is seen by many as diplomatic high note for Mr. Trump who's counting on the support of evangelical. Christians Republican candidates in the November six election. The president tells CBS's sixty minutes if Saudi Arabia is found to be responsible for the death of missing journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. There will be consequences. We're going to get to the bottom of it, and there will be severe punishment. But he isn't being specific political reporter Daniel Lipman says this is a tricky situation for Mr. Trump Trump has said that he has made a lot of money off the Saudis rich, Royal family members and regular wealthy citizens. Have bought, you know, Trump apartments in New York and other places other Trump properties. Mr. Trump also says he doesn't want to cancel an arms deal with the Saudis because of American jobs, the president spending another Saturday night on the road. This time campaigning for three term Republican congressman from Kentucky who is facing a strong challenge. In one of the most closely watched US. House races. Andy bar wants a fourth term representing Kentucky six congressional district. But he's in a tight contest with Democrats. Amy McGrath, retired marine fighter pilot Pennsylvania's Republican nominee for governor is taken down and online video in which he advises democratic governor Tom Wolfe to put on a catcher's mask because he's going to stop all over his face with golf spikes, Scott Wagner. Now says that was a poor choice of words wolf's campaign says the comments show Wagner.

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"michael peter" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's going to be a long cleanup in the aftermath of hurricane. Michael Peter King in Panama City, so many buildings have been trashed those that are still standing at a decent shape. Still have damage to roofs. I saw best buy the big plate glass window. That's in the front of every best buy store. Just absolutely smashed. You could imagine what happened when the wind and rain came in there. Jim crystalline, Greensboro, North Carolina. The tree Davidge from Michael is. So massive utility companies are warning it could be early to mid next week before all of the powers restored across the southeast. Hundreds of thousands remained without electricity at Florida, Alabama, Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia hundreds of out of state utility crews have been brought in to help sixteen fatalities blamed on the storm a number thirties. Fear will rise key is on his way home freed from a Turkish prison. American pastor, Andrew Brunson case had become a cost. Liberal for President Trump were very honored to have him back with us. He he suffered greatly. But we're very appreciative to a lot of people after his release secretary of state Mike Pompeo urging Turkey to free quickly. Other Americans in detention Turkey says Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. President Trump says he plans to call the king of Saudi Arabia to find out what happened. She guesses. Major Garrett while the Saudi government has denied involvement saying kashogi left the consulate on his own. The case has severely tested. The Trump administration's close relationship with the Saudi government and its powerful de facto ruler crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, President Trump commented on the case it is potentially a really really terrible situation. So we'll see what happens kashogi entered the Saudi consulate ten days ago and did not emerge. A combined funeral is being held today in upstate New York for some of the victims of last week's limousine crash it will honor the memory of. Four sisters and their husbands. And in in law who were killed a memorial service. Also Friday, Phil Wickham attended I lost one son twenty two years ago. I can't imagine losing for the limousine operator charged with criminally negligent homicide, Friday.

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"michael peter" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Theraworx relief. Under taylor. It's going to be a long cleanup in the aftermath of hurricane. Michael Peter King, Panama City, so many buildings have been trashed and those that are still standing added decent shape. Still have damage to roofs. I saw best buy the big plate glass window. That's in the front of every best buy store. Just absolutely smashed. You could imagine what happened when the wind and rain came in there. Jim Krasula in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tree Davidge from Michael is. So massive utility companies are warning it could be early to mid next week before all of the powers restored across the southeast. Hundreds of thousands remained without electricity at Florida, Alabama, Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia hundreds of out of state utility crews have been brought in to help sixteen fatalities blamed on the storm a number of fear will rise key is on his way home freed from a Turkish prison. American pastor, Andrew Brunson case had become a cost. For President Trump were very honored to have him back with us. He suffered greatly. But we're very appreciative to a lot of people after his release secretary state Mike Pompeo urging Turkey to free quickly. Other Americans in detention Turkey says Saudi journalist Jamal Shoghi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. President Trump says he plans to call the king of Saudi Arabia to find out what happened CBS's major Garrett while the Saudi government has denied involvement saying kashogi left the consulate on his own. The case has severely tested. The Trump administration's close relationship with the Saudi government and its powerful defacto ruler crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, President Trump commented on the case it is potentially a really really terrible situation. So we'll see what happens kashogi entered the Saudi consulate ten days ago and did not emerge. A combined funeral is being held today in upstate New York for some of the victims of last week's limousine crash it will honor the memory of. Four sisters and their husbands. And in law who were killed a memorial service. Also Friday, Phil Wickham attended I lost one son twenty two years ago. I can't imagine losing for the limousine operator charged with criminally negligent homicide, Friday nights, mega millions jackpot, the ninth largest in US history. I number tonight is seventeen ads..

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"michael peter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Relief. I'm Jim Taylor. It's going to be a long cleanup in the aftermath of hurricane Michael Peter King and Panama City, so many buildings have been trashed and those that are still standing at a decent shape. Still have damage to roofs. I saw a best buy the big plate glass window. That's in the front of every best buy store. Just absolutely smashed. You could imagine what happened when the wind and rain came in there. Jim Krasula in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tree damage from Michael is so massive utility companies are warning it could be early to mid next week before all of the powers restored across the southeast. Hundreds of thousands remained without electricity at Florida, Alabama, Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia hundreds of out of state utility crews have been brought in to help sixteen Talibans blamed on the storm number authorities fear will rise he is on his way home freed from a Turkish prison. American pastor, Andrew Brunson. The case had become a cost. Liberal for President Trump were very honored to have him back with us. He he suffered greatly. But we're very appreciative to a lot of people after his release secretary of state Mike Pompeo urging Turkey to free quickly. Other Americans in detention Turkey says Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. President Trump says he plans to call the king of Saudi Arabia to find out what happened CBS is major while the Saudi government has denied involvement saying Shoghi left the consulate on his own. The case has severely tested. The Trump administration's close relationship with the Saudi government and its powerful de facto ruler crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, President Trump commented on the case it is potentially a really really terrible situation. So we'll see what happens kashogi entered the Saudi consulate ten days ago and did not emerge. A combined funeral is being held today in upstate New York for some of the victims of last week's limousine crash it will honor the memory of four sisters and their husbands and an in law who were killed. A memorial service. Also Friday, Phil Wickham attended I lost one son twenty two years ago. I can't imagine losing four the limousine operator charged with criminally negligent homicide, Friday nights, mega millions jackpot, the ninth largest in US history. I mean number tonight is seventeen.

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"michael peter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's going to be a long cleanup and the aftermath of hurricane Michael Peter in Panama City, so many buildings have been trashed and those that are still standing at a decent shape. Still have damage to roads. I saw a best buy the baked a plate glass window. That's in the front of every best buy store. Just absolutely smashed into you could imagine what happened when the wind and rain came in there. Jim crystalline, Greensboro, North Carolina. The tree damage from Michael is so massive utility companies are warning it could be early to mid next week before all of the powers restored across the southeast. Hundreds of thousands remained without electricity at Florida, Alabama, Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia hundreds of out of state utility crews have been brought in to help sixteen fatalities blamed on the storm a number thirties. Fear will rise key is on his way home free from a Turkish prison. American pastor. Andrew Brunson case had become a cost. Liberal for President Trump were very honored to have him back with us. He suffered greatly. But we're very appreciative to a lot of people after his release secretary of state Mike Pompeo urging Turkey to free quickly. Other Americans in detention Turkey says Saudi journalists Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. President Trump says he plans to call the king of Saudi Arabia to find out what happened CBS's. Major Garrett the Saudi government has denied involvement saying kashogi left the consulate on his own. The case has severely tested. The Trump administration's close relationship with the Saudi government and its powerful de facto ruler crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, President Trump commented on the case it is potentially a really really terrible situation. So we'll see what happens kashogi entered the Saudi consulate ten days ago and did not emerge. A combined funeral is being held today in upstate New York for some of the victims of last week's limousine crash it will honor the memory of four sisters and their husbands and in in law who were killed. A memorial service. Also Friday, Phil Wickham attended I lost one son twenty two years ago. I can't imagine losing four the limousine operator charged with criminally negligent homicide, Friday nights, mega millions jackpot, the ninth largest in US. His number tonight is seventeen.

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"michael peter" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This NewsRadio ten sixty the news with authority in Philadelphia. Good morning. I'm Kimberly Adams at the broadcast center under mostly cloudy skies Seventy-three climate update and four in the news at this hour from Pensacola to Sarasota, Florida's Gulf Coast is feeling the effects of hurricane Michael Peter King in Tallahassee while back at home as hurricane Michael approaches. Dozens of first responders from the area with little rest are heading down south. You know, when we come back from any deployment ready to go. Again. I'm Tim Jimenez, also this morning a state statehouse. Panel advances in eleventh eleventh-hour Bill that would reduce the penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana. I'm Tony Romeo in Harrisburg. It's getting easier and cheaper to keep up with the conversation. I'm Lynn Adkins. And I'll tell you why and sports the flyers face off against the senators tonight at seven thirty in Ottawa. I'm Steve Potisk from Bloomberg. Watch shares of Sears holdings as it may file for bankruptcy and our love for American. Cheese is melting away. I'm CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. A steamy day all the way up to eighty four degrees. But watch for some fog issues, initially, maybe a sprinkle or even a thunderstorm at some point, especially toward nightfall later tonight. We dropped seventy two coming up a potent trough and remnants of Michael have big changes in store for our forecast will walk you through all of it. When we check eyewitness weather on KYW, NewsRadio sons fighting to come out mostly cloudy skies at the broadcast center. Seventy-three going up to eighty four. KYW news time nine thirty two time for traffic and transit on the teams. Really? We're still seeing some delays on the Pennsylvania turnpike westbound.

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"michael peter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"michael peter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Radically. Honestly. Credibly. I think she's coming across. I think he's coming across. Well, she's. She's more both credible. And human charities says he's not just watching for what Ford is doing. He's watching Rachel Mitchell. She is effectively questioning for the Republicans. He's watching the wage he's ans- asking questions and the way he describes it. He thinks she's setting up the witness that might not play. Well, Michael Peter Haskell live with students at Rutgers law school watching today's hearing Dr four four described in detail as she was pushed into a bedroom doing a house party in one thousand nine hundred and was groped by Brett Kavanagh as another boy Mark judge looked on sometimes encouraging Cavanaugh sometimes telling him to stop. She said at one point cavenaugh put his hand over her mouth, and she had trouble breathing. She was afraid the Cavanaugh would accidentally kill her. She did manage to eventually get out of the house and run back home four told the committee how she agonized over exposing. Her name is judge Kavanagh's accuser. I was calculating daily. The risk benefit for me of coming forward. And wondering whether I would just be jumping in front of a train that was headed to where it was headed. Anyway. And that I would just be personally annihilated Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee have wanted to subpoena. Mark judge the other boy in the room for his testimony Republicans have rejected that request through his lawyer judge said he does not wish to speak publicly again, we are in a lunch break at the Cavanaugh hearing suspected to pick up again in the next few minutes. And when it does resume we will bring it to you live here on WCBS, the cavenaugh hearing, of course, grabbing the headlines, but the fate of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is also hanging in the balance. President Trump was supposed to meet with Rosenstein today, though, he just announced a few minutes ago that they are postponing that meeting until next week the White House saying that he does not want to interfere with the Cavanaugh hearing today. So rod Rosenstein and President Trump will not be meeting. Until next week Rosenstein, of course, alleged by in New York Times article of wanting to record the president and perhaps try to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to have the president declared unfit for office. So that hearing that meeting that is postponed until next week. Again, we're awaiting the restart of the hearing, and we will get back to you get back to you there as soon as it comes back into play. In other news today. The replacement for Bergen county sheriff will be left up to the voters. Sean Adams reports a special election is being set up to fill that job. It's a curve ball. The last minute November six special election to replace expert and county sheriff Mike saw Dino who resigned last week for making racist comments burden county clerk John HOGAN says October fourth is the deadline for candidate nominations October eighth. They will print new ballots. There is one hiccup challenged that we have right now is about thirty four thousand vote by mail ballots, which is New Jersey's former early voting that have already been sent out fulfilling requests. From from residents out of those thirty four thousand ten thousand have already come back in which those resins have actually cast their their their vote. They'll receive new balance if they don't respond their original votes in other races will still count the clerk expects the new ballots and the extra work will cost over one hundred thousand dollars going to ask the state to pick up the tab in Hackensack, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty one eight at WCBS..

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"michael peter" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael peter" Discussed on WJR 760

"You just say you just you just blew your own point you said they're they're serving forty years in prison so in other words the justice system works the now only ledger said the justice system works near spending forty years in prison they were bad apples so that you want it i wanna talk rushed the hall police forces across america hit me michael peter blatty and all you listen to me sydney are you telling me the city of louisiana would be more peaceful of new orleans if there were no police at all michael you're not that out dropped me when your aim at who i don't know who you are but i'm asking you a question are you telling me if all police disappeared from new orleans there'd be fewer rapes fuel murders fewer robberies fewer break ins is that what you're saying how white cop going to jail michael that what he broke captured at cabernet quid pro what are the white got what you just said cardiff went to jail for forty years didn't you just say that felt were black and white so let me ask you again she had every cop at america be sent to prison that would that make you happy said they shut up to learn okay milano simply i know you wanna talk show but you're never going to have one and i won't use the word shut up because i have the power to just hit the button which i'm not ready to do yet do you want at the end of the day every cop in prison a white trapped killed at black kid i just ask your question said they do you what is your idea of just now sydney sydney you can't do this to me on the radio because i'm not the street where i'm afraid of you so let me ask you with the world listening sydney what is your idea of justice every cop in prison i thought then were what the cops jeff the five look if you keep going on about one case got hey look said the i know that you have a mental disorder and you get stuck on onesentence that's the mark of a mental illness will you can't get off your point so let's try to.

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"michael peter" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"michael peter" Discussed on KKAT

"Louisiana that has about forty years in prison now and you know what they did they they opened fire on on on a guy who had heard guess what what did you just say you just you just blew your own point you said they've serving forty years in prison so in other words the justice system works the only ledger said the justice system works spending forty years in prison they were bad apples so that you want it i wanna talk brushed the hall police forces across america hear me michael peter blatty and all you listen to me sydney are you telling me the city of louisiana would be more peaceful of new orleans if there were no police at all michael you're not that i've talked me when your aim at who i don't know who you are but i'm asking you a question are you telling me of all police disappeared from new orleans there'd be fewer rapes fuel murders fewer robberies fuel break ins is that what you're saying how white cop going to jail michael that what he broke radford predicted quid pro what are the white got what you just said cox went to jail for forty years that you just say that both were black why so let me ask you again social every cop at america be sent to prison that would that make you happy said they showed up to learn okay delano city i know you wanna talk show but you never going to have one and i won't use the word shut up because i have the power to just hit the button which i'm not ready to do yet do you want at the end of the day every cop in prison hey why cop he'll get black kid i just ask your question said they do you what is your idea of just now sydney simply you can't do this to me on the radio because i'm not in the street where i'm afraid of you so let me ask you with the world listing sydney what is your idea of justice every cop in prison thumped then these were the cops check the five look if you keep going on about one case got hey look said the i know that you.

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"michael peter" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael peter" Discussed on WLOB

"You just say you just you just blew your own point you see they're starving forty years in prison so in other words the justice system works now only ledger said the justice system works near spending forty years in prison they were bad apples so that you want it i want talk rushed the hall police forces across america michael peter blatty it all you'll asumi sydney are you telling me the city of louisiana would be more peaceful of new orleans if there were no police that all michael you're not that i've talked me when you're wearing who i don't know who you are but i'm asking you a question are you telling me of all police disappeared from new orleans their beef fewer rapes fuel murders fewer robberies fuel break ins is that what you're saying a white cop going to jail michael twenty protracted abdul kabir next book why are the white got what you just said cox went the jail for forty years didn't you just say that were black y so let me ask you against social every cop in america to be sent to prison that would that make you happy said they michael shut up and aren't okay no no there i know you wanna talk show but you're never going to have one and i won't use the word shut up because i have the power to just hit the button which i'm not ready to do yet do you want at the end of the day every cop in prison y trapped he'll get black why just ask your question said they do you what is your idea of just now said they said the you can't do this to me on the radio because i'm not in the street where i'm afraid of you so let me ask you with the world listening sydney what is your idea of justice every cop in prison in fact then were perhaps chapter five look if you keep going on about one case at look said the i know that you have a mental disorder and you get stuck on onesentence that's the mark of a mental illness will you can't get off your point so let's try to.

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