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"mickael" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"mickael" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"mickael" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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The 7 Best Hacks for Your Facebook Ads
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of marketing. Skoll I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the seven best hacks for your facebook ads, so go first the first one around facebook ads is. I have been loving same with my team. Do the offer that we're pushing right now. We just love looking facebook library facebook. Ad Library I also at the same time. I like looking at what ads people running on Youtube and Google us into a call at beat for that, but by doing this competitive analysis or even looking at people are not direct competitors I get a lot of ideas and the ideas that I get their super important based on how facebook ads are designed, because the one thing that matters the most is your creative, and so if you can get. Get ideas from people that are running a lot of creative. It's GonNa save you a lot of time, and it's hopefully going to help you move faster. This requires a little bit of work, but if you rotate up your creatives, really really often like I'm talking about Multiple Multiple Times a day while you'll find is when you upload a new creative within the first few minutes. Jason tries to push more traffic to it to see how it does. Clicks tend to be cheaper impression. Send to be cheaper and then normalizes that you actually credit on the campaign and keep switching. Very very often. What you'll find is right when you switch him up. The numbers tend to be a little bit better number three so I mean people talk about. They've been talking about messenger out for the last couple of years we've had Mickael from many chat on the leveling up podcast before, and they're doing really well crushing mobile monkeys doing well and. FACEBOOK MESSENGER ADS. Depending on the business that you're in to be able to engage with people to drive ads towards your facebook, messenger bought and to be able to help them based on what they're looking for the segment people that's powerful, so I, still think not a lot of people have tried it i. still think it's worth look again. You can use a tool like many, or you can use a tool like mobile monkey. Number Four. Take your check page. Anyone who doesn't convert creative video talk not what it would be like to be a customer whether selling your product or service showed an video. You can even have customers on their with video testimonials edit the video pop it up as a remarketing ad, it'll be one of your heart is converting ads out. There works out well cool and similar to that thinking about when you're doing facebook guides I like retargeting people with even more content right so what I mean. mean by that so for us. Let's say someone visits ourselves marketing page so instead of telling them to convert directly I give even more content on it right so I spend maybe could be five to ten dollars a day. Trying to its elegant, we have a lot of people that reached page will use a daily unique reach option, and so we're gonNA reach unique people each day, and then they're just getting more impressions. They might not necessarily click on our ad, but the impressions count right because. Because we talk about the rule of seven, maybe be the rule fourteen, but you want to get as many impressions as you can on these people, so we're not spending a ton of money, or we're sending even more relevant content at ten dollars a day off SAS content targeting people that have reached maybe a middle, the funnel page or bottom of the funnel page, and then we're just constantly staying top of mind so whenever they're ready, they can take an action right, but it's look nowadays you. You already know people have landed on that page. You might as well take full advantage. I'd just be everywhere on facebook. ADS are a great way to do that. Number six celebrities tend to convert better than not using celebrities go to cameo, a handful of celebrities to
"mickael" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"So that you get some leverage like offensive linemen defensive lineman try to do the battle in the trenches do you remember the one place where Mickael Moore was running down the the floor it just kind of broke down into a catcher's stance they Nick ran over it or if you didn't quite run over but slowed me down for wanting the floor so what Pelosi is that these guys try to take the next step in port besides it is we can spread out of the ball games and they'll do it by getting low by using the lower body as leverage to push the other thing they did practice yesterday is when the guards rebounding drill the guards and they had three managers with the football pads popping up as they were trying to go for a rebound so they're trying everything they can to prepare for what is going to be the most physical game I've seen in this building I think this season and equal to maybe the one down at Auburn for a while if McLemore those guys are all very very physical they're not afraid to foul out Bruce pearl's got a big deal if you just give me what you could get very involved with somebody else but he'll move those guys around Kentucky and Auburn are meeting for the one hundred and sixty time here today the Wildcats lead the series ninety four to twenty one but offers one the last two in a row they've never beaten Kentucky three times in a row here in Lexington it is dominance for Kentucky forty eight wins in fifty games Auburn's last win here was in nineteen eighty eight coach with Sonny Smith who's just down press row is the analyst on the Auburn radio network ten time they met with both of them are ranked and in those games Kentucky is seven and three against the Tigers well the starting line up we come back here in the UK sports network Kentucky basketball is brought to.
"mickael" Discussed on Square One Show: Explore. Dream. Discover Your Story
"That that was kind of the armament or that okay. Maybe this group is not that large. But it's definitely voting and they absolutely love our product. It's helpful this is the square one. Show it today. Our guest comes from clear across the world in Armenia. His name is Mikhail Khachaturyan Chatrier. CEO of wire stock that I. Oh It's a stock agency where you can upload one place and sell your photos on multiple content places like Shutter Stock Adobe Stock Doc and much more boy found them after uploading my own stock photos to multiple places and realised how cumbersome and time consuming it was in. There has got to be a better way than this so I kept looking but I didn't see the solution. I was looking for until someone from wire. Stock contacted me about the platform now. Oh I could upload my photos to one place quick and simple and they would keyword and tag them and send them to all the major stock agencies. The saved me hours of my time. Name and the Hassle of Keyword in each photo just takes so much brainpower to that well. They were quick to respond to my questions and I was very impressed with what they were doing and how they were problem solving and how nice they were. Someone had found a simple solution to one of my pain points. Isn't that what we're trying to do right so it was telling Dave we really need to have them on our show. I think they have a great story behind what they're doing and I reached out in the CEO. Mickael got back to right away and said yes. I'd love to be on your show. So in today's episode you'll get to hear more about Mikhail his background and how they're providing solutions and helping creatives create and they can save time doing all the administrative ministration stuff. Here's our conversation with Mikhail. So so what is your background and then As more like technology or or finance maniac. Yeah I was more that I would. I would always had I was always passionate about mathematics and art. Statistics saw. Aw when I was going to school I sort of had this focus on statistics and not the matic sending I got to finance. I started my career at in finance more specifically like trading and and portfolio portfolio management. And things like that. I realized it was to kind of Board created for for my personality Sorority. Yes I got into technology more and like product development very early on in my career so so you have black kind of creative and scientific brain at the same time going there right. Business Technology like Like scientific statistical mind in a way. Well it's fascinating looking back at your story and knowing that you have kind of that creative brain in mathematics brain and you ended up starting wire stock completely make sense right for that time when we time when we we got into a stock photography specifically because we were like like I said we I mean we always loved shooting photos and You know teach inch Creating content when we're traveling and college but like when we got into the business side of stock photography specifically's when am One of my co founders had this man social dating application back in the day We had to buy a lot of stock content. Like we like it so we were promoting like off line Dates dating with our at. This was a few two years ago and we we had to a US stock. You know stock the content so we used to buy a lot of like A images of happy couples and so you had experience using that end of the the photography photography world. Yeah and requests come from. Yeah I mean we saw tremendous value in this kind of this kind of content. That you just click on a few buttons. You have a piece of content that you can use in your ad banner immediately in just a matter of seconds Keep in mind. This was two thousand sixteen and fifteen and we didn't have this three image download sites backing day. They are like super low quality so stock photography back down was second no brainer. You had to use it if you want to do affected marketing shooting fast so I know that the prices of stock of a jogger fear going way down Even you know twenty five cents here or ten sends their for someone to use a stock photo. So how as a creative. How do we take our time and recreate these beautiful images share them with the world world? How does that work supporting our family doing that? Or doesn't it. Do we need to find another job. Or how do we be creative. Make an income on family wise to support ourselves we promoted promote our service as an opportunity to earn. Ah Extra citing doing things that You as a creative person law with onto view it as a as a main in source of income for anyone at least at scale right I mean some people some race may be able to achieve it. If they open up studios and do it likes full time and focus on it but I think for most of for most of us stock photography can just be good weight Like extra extreme. Come doing things that you're going to do anyway. So yes I like now. And that's why that's why it's important to have a service wire stock that takes away all this adleman kind of word away and so you can. Just it's like okay. I have this contents I was gonna I mean I wanted to shoot. Some Christmas photo is now in my family whatnot. And then you just have this content and with a few clicks able to list it on this marketplaces and you're able to earn income. Where where the return on investment? It is more reasonable as opposed to doing it at all the way with all these websites. In all forms and nutcase return on investment. It's just a poor so that's our vision. Actually Yan Sen. What part of Your Business would you say your most passionate about? Are you I'm trying to provide that service or is it the the quality images of the art or like what is driving you Everyday when you go to build this business I think at the culture of our company and our team is one of my more problem solving with a touch of creativeness so we are sounds all we like to think of ourselves as problem solvers so when when we come to work we sort of come to work with the mission of solving real problem helping people achieve something at that they would otherwise not able to achieve saw we We have a very strong technical team. engineering wise. Half of our team. Are you know have background you engineering and we like to. We don't. I don't mind being challenged with enough sort of a difficult tech.
"mickael" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Snapple whatever the legal procedure or formation and hills we'll see bill hi camp the referee here's the call prior to the staff the lady came by the office only for me the C. pen hills after the case again is backs talking to each other a lot she's trying to organize and timely costume which is a little faster two minutes eleven seconds ago so the five yard mark off of first in team back to the refined Russell thirty four Penn hills with the ball trailing by two scores opening quarter for receivers out an emotion left to right is drives the snap back and here's the handoff and it's going to go topic is for a loss to the thirty four to thirty five yard line Mickael Jackson the senior space heater with inside linebacker Josh reckon for a loss of one on the way nice job lower from go with that football it was going in the wrong direction right now even though a lot of leading in his drive the twelfth of the drive second in sixteen to thirty five a pine originally Indians with the ball for go out pistol for McKissick crimes comes in motion right to left towards us and the staff here's a handoff it's a play action dump off in the backfield elected it goes to grind slips to tackle comes up over thirty five of the thirty four the forest.
"mickael" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Some of the stories that we're following on NewsRadio four hundred w away. I think twice before you drive over that bridge on your way to work this morning. A study by the American society of civil engineers has given Texas at great seem minus for the quality of our infrastructure with the lowest marks going to transportation groups Christian swallow says that fixing it will come at a hefty price federal level will require us to invest in additional two trillion dollars over and above a two point six or currently anticipated to investment ten years. But she says that you have to remember that you pay every day for poor infrastructure. The average Texas commuter pays an extra nine hundred eighty dollars a year to the congested highways at a man was shot in a brutal armed robbery in front of a north west side apartment over the weekend. Police say the victim was approached by two armed and masked man who demanded his cash when he didn't move quick enough. They pistol whipped him and shot him making off with jewelry at an expensive Rolex watch. It happened at the apartment complex on worst box. Just north of the victim in his twenties is hospitalized the suspects remained at large all the start of the state legislature, lawmakers vowed to dive headfirst into school. Finance reform, but border security will remain a hot topic for Dell instead of the federal government building a wall ten governor, Dan Patrick floating, the idea of Texas paying for it and being reimbursed. But that would mean the state would seize land through eminent domain property. The plot owned by the family of Mickael Gomez, a wall would cut through her family cemetery that dates back one hundred years Metairie represents who I am. And who my family is we can't destroy those things for a while. Lieutenant governor reiterating that in this budgeting cycle, he wants eight hundred million for border security the same as last cycle. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w. By day. Twenty four of the partial government shutdown with more rhetoric and finger-pointing and no end in sight more now from FOX's Grenell. Scott. The president says he wants to make a deal democratic Senator Chris coons says right now it's hard to see the president is sincere. I think the president should test that by making it clear what concessions and what compromise he's willing to put forward? Senate Republican Lindsey Graham says he has some ideas for a deal starting with those allowed here after disasters. They're gonna lose their legal status. He's willing to extend that the doctor recipients they're all tied up in court. But I think he would give them work for MS for three years one time renewable if you could get wall funding both men on Fox News Sunday each day, the shutdown continues makes it the longest ever in this nation. Grenell? Scott, Fox News. The other day the set for the final season of game of thrones HBO announcing that the season eight of the.
"mickael" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"But that's also really not a model that anyone can has has successfully been able to do in California politics before with speaking of, you know, big campaigns where you have to raise and spend a lot of money, right? You know, the entire model is different in California. So that is interesting to see California, try to change that the campaigning model is different to there's there's no retail politics in California. You just run TV ads, and and that will give it we'll see that in the in the primary, but at least in Iowa New Hampshire, and these these other early states, she has to change the way she campaigns. But I think as as you know, the this year started or even last year, she just spent a ton of money building Email lists and really trying to nurture that list. You saw. Her. I think be pretty judicious during the midterm elections about how often she would lend out that list, very protective of building it. And I think she has a pretty strong digital operation now to to be able to compete. You know, I I did want. I thought it was so interesting this idea that people have to maintain momentum with these lists. I guess the inverse of that is you talk to some of these lesser candidates or not top tier candidates who the idea of momentum for them means that they can hang around in the race longer. Because the the DEA that, you know, maybe not today, maybe not next month. But heck, maybe an October or November something could happen that would light a spark for them. It it lends this hope I think to a lot of candidates who might other was in a more traditional fundraising universe. Really see that. They don't have prospects right from the outset. But then, you know, if they get to a point where they hang around long enough that they catch fire like Rick Santorum did and in the twenty twelve. Republican primary or eventually Sanders did in in two thousand sixteen that if they have the infrastructure built at that moment. Then all the sudden, it's a, you know, all systems go. Yeah. Or even crazier than that. They look at you know, Aurora, and they say, well, we don't need to have any infrastructure. We don't need to have anything. We just needed to have a YouTube moment. And if it comes then I'll find somebody who knows how to TV ads. The other aspect of this though is to to have those moments to generate that kind of money, the the essential ingredient is authenticity. I mean, you just can't create a work. I think was able to to raise gobs of money was because there wasn't authenticity campaign. And it was the same thing about Bernie, no matter how you feel about Bernie or the Brady broS the campaign, or whatever there was an authenticity to his message that really fueled that campaign in fueled the online donations, and I don't know that that is a very easy thing to create. I agree with that. It's not a very easy thing to create the great thing about it, though is that it's it's easy to measure. And that's something we're going to be looking into a lot over over the next year as as a key indicator of who has momentum. And it's going to be an another kind of key piece along with pols, which are going to bounce around a lot, and and, you know, media mentions or or what have you that that we should all be keeping very close track of through twenty nineteen. That was excellent. Thank you so much for for being here. Elena. Thank you very much. David. Thanks. Jumped on the phone. Thank you. And they have to ask no wild kingdom moments this week. No dogs, tweeting songbird backyard. What's going on out there? Well, it's pretty calm day in in California. Charlie. Thank you as always. Thank you. And a big thank you to all of you our listeners for tuning in this week. Our producers Mickael Rodriguez. Dave Shaw is our executive producer are illustrator is Bill cookman if you like the nerd cast. And if you're listening on apple podcasts do us a favor and leave a review it helps new listeners find the show once again, thank you so much for tuning in. We'll talk to you again next week. Panoply.
"mickael" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Now, we gotta go back to the news. You know? I don't know what the main question is. It's open mic to mic Friday. You know? You know? And I I raised a number of issues today. Many of your calling obviously, and there's no defining these specific theme of the show. So I'm gonna just pick up the calls. We have one open line at eight five five four two one phone call. You know, I didn't get to one phone call that I've got to get to something here. It's about Maxine Waters. I had the guys research this. She's got the biggest mouth, and she's liable to become the gavel holder. But there's an article we found from March twenty seventeen entitled Maxine Waters isn't in any position to lecture on ethics Philip Wegmann Washington Examiner, and it goes back to the oh eight fiscal crisis. When Maxine Waters helped arrange a meeting between the treasury department and top executives of a Bank where her husband was a shareholder and using her post on the house financial committee as leverage she called Treasury Secretary, Henry Paulson personally, asking him to meet with minority owned banks. Well. When treasury follow through. There was only one financial institution present one United now had that Bank on under the New York Times reported Maxine Waters husband would have lost as much as three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. But luckily for the waters family, one United Bank received a cool twelve million dollars in bailout funds after three years of special investigations, the ethics committee eventually ruled that Maxine Waters didn't technically break any rules. But that ruling came after nursing her more than questionable family business practices, like making her grandson Mickael more her chief-of-staff, officially the committee ruled that Moore went behind the congressman's back to continue to lobby for special treatment at best this shows that waters runs a haphazard office at worst it suggests that Maxine Waters deliberately took steps to avoid prosecution. Well, now, you know, the rest of the story, and I suspect that when big mouth waters God forbid, you take over the house with a guy. Aval? I believe this banking scandal will haunt her every time she opens congress for the day. And that's the rest of that story. Don't forget it by the way. Maxine Waters isn't in.
"mickael" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Are-are she sprained radio programming from Friday. So to start off our panel discussion today. I'm going to allow low I to address some of the situation in Iraq. Tell his story what he's currently doing to advocate for religious freedom in Iraq and address some of the concerns in some of these specific issues that Christians face in places like Iraq. Why don't you just get right into it? Just share a little bit about your background how you came to this place. And and what you're doing. That was Travis Weber from the Family Research Council where he's vice president for policy about to speak here. Mickael is from Iraq haven dot org. It is a project of in defense of Christians. He where he is the senior Iraq adviser. Thank you traffic. Also like to thank you for inviting me to speak here. Also, she's this opportunity to thank the Trump administration and the vice president Mike Pompeo for taking registry them seriously in State Department and the as well. Iraqi Christian I used to leave. I was born and raised in Iraq. I get involved in this show since two thousand seven previously used to work helping I was involved in in helping a lot of American soldiers something we used to host them in encouraged could've sound and guide them give them to guide and helping them. And so also I was involved in advisory group I was cleaning minefields in north of Iraq, forty villagers for the civilian people. So I got involved in in two thousand and seven I was part of a organization called the Calvin gazillion. Public council was founded in two thousand seven to address will just feed them each show on the plight of Christians, and what what we can do for the Christians after the removing Saddam Hussein because they faced a lot of tremendous challenges on the ground. So from there. One point one point five million in Iraq. And now they're number is being dropped down to. Two hundred thousand to three hundred thousand which is very sexy that on every day, we still lose tens of families because of the persecution because of lack of services security and other other things we came here in the United States in Washington DC, twenty fifteen to be part of voice for voiceless people in Iraq because what happened to them since two thousand and three till two thousand fourteen two thousand fourteen was big big think that ISIS attack the second largest city of Iraq muzzle, and also they ceased occupy the area, which called plane, Christian majority and other minorities used to leave. So when I was on the ground ISIS attacked overnight one hundred and fifty thousand families they fled to the north fast seizing security and shelter. And I was also part of being able to help thousands of families storing them finding. A place that they can stay somewhere until they find somewhere. So they can they can be secure and having a place to stay. I came here. And I'll become part of I defensive questions. I was part of it. We helped on. On drafting a resolution seventy five seventy five congress that what I did the atrocities. I says on the ground on the Christian, easy, dis and other minorities to be genocide, and we were sexist fully being able to call ISIS, atrocities, ISIS crimes of genocide. Also, we were able to push with administration previous administration that the questions to be included in designation of jenex genocide..
"mickael" Discussed on KNSS
"Here on Kate. N s s. Pick nine per Butler tonight at home as they win at twenty two to nothing over coffee Ville boy lot of choices for player of the game. So first of all as you consider the offense. Trey self the quarterback. He had a touchdown pass to Israel Watson. Then there was there were rushing touchdowns by Vickers Mickael Caesar Tyler zentner had set a great game as a putter. He also had a field goal. But I think if you're really going to talk about player of the game it's got to go to the defensive side of the ball and the grizzlies registered their first shutout since two thousand fifteen tonight over a coffee Ville team that had been absolutely explosive. They have been averaging four hundred nineteen yards on offense, averaging thirty four points and tonight in Eldorado coffee. Bill is shut down. So we will give our player of the game collectively to the Butler grizzly defense. Congratulations to them. And if you think you have what it takes to join the world's finest visit marine. Dot com. That's marines dot com. And again, the Butler defense collectively is our US marines player of the game twenty to nothing Butler over coffee Ville, we'll be back to.
"mickael" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Oh, five it's Thursday August twenty. Third two thousand eighteen good evening I'm Mary him, so seventy seven. Degrees in Chicago under fair skies going down to a low of sixty three degrees tonight with an increase in clouds and a possible shower before dawn the complete AccuWeather five, day forecast coming up at first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ PM jurors have convicted a second refuted gang member in the two thousand thirteen drive-by shooting that, killed king high. School honors student Heidi Pendleton WBZ Bob Roberts was. In the courtroom for the, verdict, this time, it was ideas father Nathaniel Pendleton who shouted for joy outside of the, courtroom, downstairs, is he declared. Justice served mother Cleopatra collie wept it is. Something that we've been waiting off Over Justice Man I just want to thank everybody that supported. Us that's been here for the last five. Years Well we've been going through ups and downs This. Is all good this is not Mickael awards mother said her son will appeal saying the prosecution's case did not fit, the facts in. That they consider the confession, false and coerced no date, is set. Percents, Bob Roberts NewsRadio one point nine FM Charges have been filed against a man who is suspected of doing drugs earlier this week while, is two sons. Drowned and they can't Keke, river Lake County Indiana prosecutor. Bernard Carter Shootouts wrecked overdependent resulting in depth all. One each, four let That Four years old And the other child is a, two year old Evan Each count all, individuals Dependent Prosecutors tell WBZ 'em that each count against thirty four year, old, Eric Patillo of, fair Indiana could result in up to forty years in. Prison mayor Emanuel and Chicago public school, officials, say mentoring and after school programs deserve the credit for the district's latest dropout. Data dropout rate has decreased by forty three percent since mayor Emanuel took office the one year dropout rate which reflects the number of students who drop out over the course of a given year as also reached an all, time low of six, point four. Percent the most significant improvements coming from African American. Student it means a young men and women aren't giving up on themselves anymore It means they believe they got a, tomorrow that's worth fighting for struggling. For and sacrificing for school CEO Janice Jackson and mayor Emanuel spoke about the numbers at the..
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"City's most high profile murder cases in recent. Years the fatal shooting the fifteen year? Old who DEA Pendleton to reputed gang members are being. Tried at the same time but by separate juries. Jurors are selected Friday for suspected getaway driver Kenneth Williams and jury. Selection begins Monday for accused gum in Mickael ward the mayor of suburban Dalton is pressing charges against a trustee for allegedly stealing election petitions. From women, outside, grocery store trustee Valerie. Stubs is charged with theft and. Disorderly conduct but mayor Riley Rogers once those charges upgraded we're going to meet with the, state's attorney willing, to ask to. See if we can get those charges upgraded because, she's tampering with petitions which is a glass, phone Rogers believes trustees stubs targeted petition circulator because. She opposes the ballot measures the woman who's trying to advance stabs has denied wrongdoing saying she didn't know about the mayor's involvement, with Titian and says the charges are political Indiana will need more money for school safety WGN's, Roger badesch has more recommendations for improve school safety measures of incentive to get governor Eric Holcomb report calls for more, state funds for security, improvements and school resource officers and also record Commends that every Indiana school conduct active. Shooter drills at expand students access to mental health services next step is. To find the funds, to pay for those recommendations Roger badesch WGN news it's been a year since the deadly protests. In, Charlottesville Virginia Charlottesville planning a special ceremony to remember, the woman killed last. Year have their higher, ABC's Eva pilgrim spoke with hires mother changed since what happened last year she's now an activist she used to be a grandmother knitting on, our couch so her life looks very different she. Lost her daughter and she at this point is, now trying to carry on the message that her daughter was sharing when she lost her life and that is her mission, in life unite the, right rallies planned for this weekend in. Washington DC, a dying man awarded two hundred eighty nine million dollars after winning a lawsuit against. Monsanto Dwayne Johnson successfully sued the company accusing the popular round of weed killer giving, him terminal cancer Johnson. Was a school grounds keeper in California and thousands of horse racing. Fans, expected to descend. In Arlington heights today today's the thirty sixth running of, the landmark, Arlington, million gates open it's him thirty again with thirty Dollar. General admission tickets and five dollar, tickets for young, people sports traffic and weather next WGN. Check it out I. Found five bucks in these genes, that's nothing I've found, at twenty in my old code. Oh yeah I found fifty dollars in my old Fritsch one had an old working fridge I.
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"For the third time in the last five games you tigers give up a grand slam home run in cornell's young this time fourth home run of the day well to india's dan dickerson had the call on ninety seven one the tickets and that was it the final from cleveland twelve to to the tribe all over tigers pitching today including starter matthew boyd who gave up six runs he was asked post game if the indians figured him out they could have it's hard to tell with ashley talking but with how they are running it's possible but i think that's kind of percent on my end not on james and we'll have it ironed out before the next one today's loss ends a road trip which started out hot but ended quite cold skipper ron gardenhire well it started out great and then another team was playing good in cincinnati in this team's hot and he ended up losing five in a row so we won five hundred zero we lost five in a row we had a chance to make it a five hundred road trip and got away from city tigers hosting the as series opener is tomorrow afternoon elsewhere in the bigs we have sunday night baseball the phillies and the nationals in the top of one scoreless at the moment jose barea struck out a career best twelve over seven innings as the twin shut out the rangers to zip chris sale he did one better punching out thirteen mariners batters over seven innings as the red sox beat seattle five to nothing to buy out his contract the red wings have placed savior will let's on unconditional waivers meantime detroit is high on its picks during this weekend's nhl entry draft including defensemen jared mickael mcisaac.
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"To the evening news podcast on items the house ethics committee today began investigating sexual harassment complaints against michigan democrat crap john conyers admitted today his office settled a end involving a former staffer but said it was simply to avoid a long court case he did doing anything wrong conyers whose 88 has been in congress since nineteen 65 theories unease tonight in many cases who from new york to florida the trump administration says it's canceling a humanitarian program that's allowed thousands of haitians to live in the us vladimir do ta reports they could be deported if they don't leave by july of 2019 today haitians protested the trump administration's decision to end the temporary protected status or tps for nearly sixty thousand amount of felt like it was a safe place for us for me and my sister station decided to run us here nineteen year old long island resident stefan ronnie cassis came here when he was eleven could after ten earthquake killed and injured three hundred thousand shooting his father in college now has a uh and pays taxes asian people deserve better and that's what i intend to give them i in september 2016 then candidate donald trump spoke to a group of haitians in ford promising to be their voice but now many in the community feel betrayed i have those new york assemblywoman mickael salaj his district has over one thousand haitians protected by tps they're armed fellow new yorkers and so it hurts us to know that we're sending these people back to nothing stefan mrs haiti says there's nothing there for him or his family what am i donate is letting in haiti if sixty thousand haitians are forced to return to haiti by some members of congress is that a country devastated by an earthquake disease and unemployment will not be able to take in those returning home anthony vladamir do jay thanks fled one of the giants of postcolonial africa fouling the president of zimbabwe robert mugabe resigned today were celebratations in the capital as word spread now ninety three mugabe led zimbabwe since its independence from britain in 1980 is government was accused of rampant corruption and blamed for a collapsing economy still ahead on the cbs evening news as the holiday rush begins eject airport security and hackers take lubar for a ride i saw him at fifty now it's time for traffic and transit about advice should expressway it's been slowly evening were long.