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Based On a True Story
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"She had no issue with turning up the scary factor, as she was already safely at home. I'm going to tell you the story of miss moomoo, the demon cow of Middletown, Ohio, Josephine said, kicked out of hell itself for being too evil, miss moomoo comes out every October to graze on the souls of young girls. The smiles of glee quickly turned to looks of unease. Josephine had a very descriptive way of speaking, and they couldn't believe that she said the word hell. Josephine went into more detail about how the hellish heifer would stalk the children and eat them before turning them all into cow pies. Susie shouted while plugging her ears. Stop it, you're scaring her, Margaret exclaimed. What? I'm just foreshadowing. It's a commonly used plot device in horror movies. Josephine said in her defense. Looking at the clock, Margaret realized that it was time for her to get home. Susie carley and Margaret gathered up their things as they headed for the door. Have a safe walk, Suzy, don't let miss moomoo get you. Josephine shouted. Just before closing her door. At the end of Josephine's driveway, Margaret went left, as Susie and Carly headed right. The two had made this walk many nights before. But there was something strange about this particular evening. Maybe it was the scary stories that they just swapped, or how they were irresponsibly drinking iced coffees at 10 p.m.. As they continued to walk, they couldn't help but feel like they were being watched. From the opposite side of the street, they heard a wrestling of leaves. What was that? Susie whispered over to Carly. In that moment, the fear had crept in the Carly two. The sounds of the night crickets and street lamps slowly began to silence. As the only thing the two could hear, were their hearts beating. Carly grabbed Susie's hand as they both stood frozen in the middle of the street. Neither one could conjure the strength to check their surroundings. Just as they were about to make a run for it, they heard another noise from behind them. It sounded like that of a giant beast huffing just before an attack. Susie slowly turned her head to see a large figure with two big horns. It's miss moo moo. Suzy yelled, as both girls screamed and ran for it. But as the girls were gaining speed, they couldn't help but notice that the demon bowl was chasing after them. No matter what direction they would take, the loud stomps of the creature would follow close behind, while still making its demonic snorts. Fatigued and dehydrated from the iced coffees, the girls knew they were only a block away from a busy intersection, where they could get help. It took everything they had to keep running. As they could feel the hot breath of the beast blowing on their backs. As the headlights of the cars came into focus, the girls ran onto the crosswalk and flagged down the cars at the red light. Help us, you've got to help us. The two screamed. Before continuing to run across the street as the girls reach the next sidewalk, they began to hear car horns honking and people screaming. What's the matter with you? I'm a thirsty cow. The beast cry it out. Can anyone pull me a Cara moon loo? The honking continued, as the cow person refused to get out of the street. Sue and Carly were finally coming back to reality. They were no longer viewing the world in the same scared way they had been. Taking a closer look, that's when they realized that this was no beast. Standing in front of the angry drivers was a drunk woman, just wearing a cow costume. The two girls watched as police lights quickly filled the intersection. As the police officer stepped out of their car, a strange man came running from one of the nearby houses. Thank God you're here, said the man. That is the same cow that I spotted peeing on my front porch earlier. In September of 2008, Middletown, Ohio woman, Michelle Allen, was arrested for getting in the way of traffic and chasing children while wearing a cow suit. There were also accusations from a neighbor stating that she had urinated on his porch. At the time of her arrest, she was smelling strongly of alcohol, while also threatening the arresting officers. She was charged with one count of disorderly conduct. According to police, this was the 50th time Allen had been arrested. On the following Tuesday, Michelle Allen showed up to court, wearing the very same cow suit, and challenge other people in court to quote suck her utters. Investigators believe that this may have been a promotional stunt for a local haunted trail. As an employee of the trail did come to repossess the cow suit. Whether this was a stunt or not, the charge did land Allen in jail for 30 days, and I don't think we can blame a promotional stunt for the other 49 arrests. So let the story of miss moomoo be the start of a new spooky legend to tell kids around the campfire. Because it's Halloween season, and miss moomoo may just be wandering the streets of Middletown, Ohio right now. Grazing on the souls of those who stay up too late. Miss momos strikes. Yes, if anybody is a listener of our show, miss me when we did come up a couple of weeks ago, in a different way, but we were just so tickled by the name that I had to make a callback to it. Oh, I am obsessed. What a story. Oh my God, I really want to dress as a cow for Halloween now and just tell someone suck my anas. I've got a sheep costume you can wear, but I don't have a kind of one. So if anybody's never listened to us before, we do movie versions basically of stories. So sometimes we will kind of exaggerate things a little bit more to add the drama. But at the end, I always try to do some sort of a recap that explains the truth. Yeah. Nobody called her miss moomoo. I don't know anything about these girls, but I do know that a drunk woman dressed as a cow did chase women, piano porch, and make a fool of herself in traffic. Yeah, yeah, we always tell true stories, but we always say eh, the details may vary here and there. Yeah. We like to have a little bit of fun with our stories. So if you ever need a lighthearted break, we would love for you to jump over to
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on WTOP
"Is CBS News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage. And Washington both the Justice Department and president Trump have now submitted legal filings ahead of a Thursday afternoon in federal court hearing over material taken from Trump by the FBI. The Justice Department says the FBI has already set aside documents that might be covered by attorney client privilege. Trump's lawyers want a second opinion from an independent arbiter. They also argue the former president reserves the right to claim executive privilege. But many legal experts call that a specious claim. The question is not close. Jason baron, who was a top lawyer at the national archives, agrees with federal prosecutors who say the records formally in Trump's possession don't belong to him. They're the American people's records. Stephen portnoy CBS News West Palm Beach. Well, developing story overseas where Ukraine says Russia has bombed that city that houses the nuclear power plant. Now under Russian control, scheduled to be visited soon by UN inspectors, a floodwater water crisis in the capital city of Mississippi. I'm Jim crystal and Jackson, Mississippi. Many in this predominantly black city of a 180,000 say it was just a matter of time before the city's water system failed. They've been under a boil water order the past month. Some feel the problems have been neglected because of racism. Others, though, say it's more of an issue of poor leadership on the state and local level. At the U.S. tennis open in New York. This is what I do best. I love a challenge and a rising to the challenge. Serena Williams did just that winning her second straight match and continuing a career that had her in that same tournament back in 1998. The open carried on ESPN and still in sports on football equipment apparently in short supply correspondent Steve futterman. There is now a helmet shortage. It's a national problem. We've had 7 on 7 canceled because teams didn't have helmets. Jim Perry is the head coach of McKinley high school in Niles, Ohio. Sean Guerrero, a high school coach in new Middletown, Ohio says there could be postponements. Probably worst case scenario, we might have to delay our junior high season, maybe a week or two. On the health watch researchers warning about possible health problems linked to a particular kind of light, the kind coming out of TV sets and mobile phones and other screens. The research found blue light and accelerated aging to be a problem for flies, but it may be another way that blue light can harm humans because the signaling chemicals in the cells of the species are the same. Researchers at Laura and state university say they are trying to convey a word of caution adding the less blue light the better. Correspondent Allison keyes also on the environmental watch California on our plans to add wine and liquor bottles to its recycling program thus keep them out of landfills, although that Bill just passed does have its critics, this is CBS News. Hi there, Mina from
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on WTOP
"Remain closed as nothing there is safe to drink. I'm Jim crystal and Jackson, Mississippi, Thomas Steele summed up the feelings of many frustrated people as he waited in line for a case of bottled water. Just saying for the state of Jackson Mississippi what is they really gonna do about this? Don't nobody know. The city of a 180,000, which is more than 80% African American as without running water after the city's long troubled water treatment plant was flooded by The Rain swollen, pearl river to the COVID pandemic and the FDA has authorized Pfizer and Moderna's updated boosters. They combine original vaccines plus one that targets the omicron sub variant. The CDC's vaccine adviser group is set to vote on whether to support it tomorrow. New details in the legal battle over classified documents seized from former president Trump's Florida home. More from our Robert Costa as the Department of Justice pushes back and reveals new exhibits, including possible evidence of a crime. Former Justice Department official Harry littman explains what's most striking about the DoJ filing, the filing besides making the very strong legal case makes a pretty strong factual case and gives us new details that reveal that far from being cooperative. Trump tried at every trick in the book to keep these documents from going back to where they belong. That is the national archives. The Justice Department also sharply outlined a case of possible obstruction against Trump and his lawyers. Beginning tomorrow in Times Square and emergency rule that it's a gun free zone, the laws in response to the Supreme Court repealing the state's 100 year old law limiting availability of concealed carry permits. New York City mayor Eric Adams. Bison gun carriers and others may not enter with the gun unless otherwise specifically authorized by law. A shortage of this football equipment could pose problems for athletes to play football you need to have football helmets, but there is now a helmet shortage. It's a national problem. We've had 7 on 7 canceled because teams didn't have helmets. Jim Perry is the head coach of McKinley high school in Niles, Ohio. Luckily, by the grace of God, we got 8 helmets in last week. Sean Guerrero, a high school coach in new Middletown, Ohio says there could be postponements. Probably worst case scenario. We might have to delay our junior high season, maybe a week or two. Riddell sporting goods, the main manufacturer says it's no longer accepting new orders. Steve utter man CBS News. The Dow lost two 80 NASDAQ down 67 today. This is CBS News. When you think of hiring, think of indeed their end to end hiring system helps you attract interview and higher candidates all in the same place. Visit D dot com slash credit
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Down here down away from Jimbo Han and so we had this big breaking story late tonight where a jury has awarded these two Ohio counties It could be kind of unlimited monies There's no dollar value but it's going to be big if they don't settle against Walmart Walgreens and CVS for saying well they're part of the chain of America's opioid crisis and they knew and they didn't do anything They didn't use anything to do it So talking to the staff here about the film hillbilly elegy Because I think these Ohio counties are where JD Vance comes from and the film if you haven't seen it yet Now look it's not great production value but I was surprised how much they got out of a relatively limited budget Stars Glenn Close and Amy Adams You probably know both of them And I think close was up for best supporting actress I have to look up I don't think she won And there was a lot of back and forth because how he would didn't like this film Because the argument is these are Trump people He's the people voting for Trump Well it showed them warts and all I thought it was very even handed JD Vance grew up in that type of environment Went on the Harvard now running for the Senate in Ohio And he's a very provocative guy the book did incredibly well And these are people that move from the south and they settled in there I think mainly because of auto factory jobs that kind of thing Middletown Ohio I think is one I think it's these two counties that we're dealing with in Ohio that are making national news tonight And the hillbilly title sometimes this has been called hillbilly heroine That we're dealing with Not all but West Virginia was another spot where this was vast And the idea you've heard several people that I think are very articulate that are inside this in some way or another talking about the repercussion of all this is people that are in pain doctors are afraid to prescribe because they're afraid of the overkill of this And I happen to think it's overkill I haven't had a chance to read the whole transcript of this or what the jury was given But the idea that the distributor here these big drugstore chains are responsible I think they're outside that field I can't see it Let's go to Sharon and crane Missouri Hey Sharon how are you Happy Thanksgiving Due to Tom Okay To both of your topics One It is not the pharmacy That are the problem It is our drug laws And the people who need the medication And I have a family member who has a chronic condition with bones like glass that can snap dis brushing up against something And she is not able to get the pain medication that she needs And when she does get it she is given such meniscal amounts that it doesn't do anything to help her Therefore she has no quality of life The whole thing is messed up Now Stephen Colbert Stephen Colbert can afford private security Stephen Colbert talks out of both sides of his mouth And what the progressives are afraid of is guns They don't want anybody to have guns unless they are the government Every time a situation like this happens like happened in waka Shah Gun sales go up Now why is that Because people are afraid Crime rates are rising They don't believe there's any protection out there for them Police officers can not prevent crime most of the time They have to react to exactly and in the town that you mention in Wisconsin they're not voting to let criminals out but the neighboring metropolis of Milwaukee has a guy who routinely let this guy out So those poor people there even though they're against all that they're the victims now with 6 dead Exactly And when you have outside influences like George Soros we have that problem here in Missouri and St. Louis I know you do We're pouring into progressive policies and getting people who are elected who will not give people bail that will keep them in jail until and try and clear out the courts and speedily put people through the court system Then you're going to have people getting out like this This career criminal Who is responsible for 6 people being killed who were trying to just have a good time and celebrate Christmas Well put that in there Thank you Sharon Thank you very much for all that Look here in Philadelphia they're actually running headlines Hey the police have special plans for the Thanksgiving Day parade You don't have to worry You can come A maniac is not going to be able to drive a car through We put garbage trucks blocking streets and all that That's how far it's come And I can't blame the people there They're voting patterns in those towns I don't think they're voting for the guy or people like the guy in Milwaukee Who let this guy go through his minions Several times You know what the result is What does he think I can mow people down What's the big deal All righty 8 6 6 50 Jimbo That gets you.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Twitter Suspends JD Vance Campaign Account
"You see what happened to jay. Vance jd vance the author of hillbilly elegy the Appalachian raised kind of half appalachian. Half middletown ohio raised a young man. Who went on to become A yale law school. Nor i take that back. I think he went to yale. For as undergrad got his law degrade ohio state. Beg your pardon at anyway you'll jedi vance now. Senate candidate jd. Vance is one of the top senate candidates at least according to polls rising. He's got a lot of very powerful people behind him. Not a lot of which by the way or not all of which are full on full conservatives. he's got some silicon valley support but jd. Vance is a senate candidate to replace rob portman who is retiring and is not running for reelection here in the state of ohio again in which i reside so i will cast votes in this election. Jv vance's campaign account was suspended from twitter. Twitter is not now just censoring conservative individuals. Like you know the former president of the united states now. They're actually practicing. Election interference the campaign account for jd. Vance was suspended without any rhyme or reason offered. You just can't have a place on twitter anymore. They're still trying to find out why. To my knowledge they have not found out why. But it's an issue. It's a massive issue. Free speech the ability to communicate the ability to use modern tack. Everyone else's using modern tack in campaigning. All of that now is up in the air.
860AM The Answer
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The answer. That's right. Cleveland, Ohio. That's the home base. So it's good to be with you for the second consecutive day Speaking to this incredibly intelligent and aware audience, I will call you aware I will call you awake. I will not call you woke. Believe me when I tell you that there is a big difference so much news to get into today. Got a couple of great guests are going to be joining us on the broadcast at the top of the next hour. We're going to be speaking one of with one of the most prominent conservative voices in the U. S. House, Congressman Jim Jordan will be with us to talk about the top stories of the day. Including the swap. You remember the swap from seven years ago that we told you would come back to haunt us. We told you that would come back to bite us when That day is today we're going to talk to Jim Jordan about that. I'll give you more on that in just a moment. That would be at the top of the second hour at the top of the third hour. Did you see what happened to J. D. Vance? J. D. Vance, the author of Hillbilly Elegy. The Appalachian raised kind of half Appalachian half Middletown, Ohio raised young man He went on to become, uh, Yeah, uh, went to a Yale law school. No, I take that back. Then he went to Yale. For his undergrad got his law degree at Ohio State. Beg your pardon it anyway. Jenny Vance's now Senate candidate. J. D. Vance is one of the top Senate candidates, at least according to polls. He's rising. He's got a lot of very powerful people behind him, not a lot of which by the way or not, all of which are Full on full conservatives. He's got some Silicon Valley support. But J. D. Vance is a Senate candidate to replace Rob Portman, who is retiring and is not running for re election here in the state of Ohio, again in which I reside So I will cast one of the votes in this election. J. D. Vance's campaign account. Was suspended from Twitter. Twitter is not now just censoring conservative individuals like you know, the former president of the United States. Now they're actually Practicing. Election interference. The campaign account for J. D. Vance was suspended without any rhyme or reason being offered. You just can't have a place on Twitter anymore. They're still trying to find out why, To my knowledge they have not found out why. But it's an issue. It's a massive issue free speech. The ability to communicate the ability to use modern tech the way everyone else is using modern tech. In campaigning. All of that now is up in the air. So at the top of our number three today we're going to be talking with Patrick would the executive director of Citizens for Free Speech that organization to which I belong by the way? That organization is working very, very hard against the big tech oligarchs and technocrats who are trying to essentially decide what can be said by whom and who can hear it. By way of, you know, essentially five companies, five tech gurus running and deciding what information is available. So we're going to talk to Jim Jordan at the top of our two Patrick would at the top of our number three. And before I talked to you at 877243 77 76 or eight Prager 776. Let's start our day. The way we started our day yesterday. Made a big deal of it yesterday to explain why I do what I do. When I start my radio programs, even the ones for which I am filling in. Like Dennis is so I'm going to ask you if you're a patriot to stand wherever you may be. I'm going to ask you if there is a flag nearby for you to face it. And if there's not a flag nearby, at the very least, put your hand over your heart and join us in starting our broadcast with the Pledge of Allegiance. Leftists. Obama voters, Biden voters. Taliban supporters. You can go ahead and take your knee. For the rest of us. I pledge allegiance.
Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"The life of joseph who by the way dedicated. It's called god better per good dedicated it to joseph. Tom taking warmness. Which i've known for wherever i go. They won't they think it's the only sermon i've got. I'm going after tomorrow to phoenix arizona. Breach for church there. They want gives the following week. I'm going to middletown ohio. They want total forgiveness. Look i've got other servants but it is a life changing word. I will have to say that. And that's how it started and that's amazing. I have one more that i wanted to tap into that. I thought was just very interesting. Because i wanted to see now. What are some of the stab you can give for. I'm fifty five. Had a long life in a frontal being many of the listeners. That is part of this. How do we how fifty five seventy five. Yes so what audrey on a nineteen sixty six did a savior january thirteenth nineteen sixty six. Wow so much wisdom could you. Could you give a person like me to finish. I enjoy into jack before he died. I got to hear his last words. You're not going to send it to you. You can hit more by. Jack spoke before he died when i sat at the hospital within so what worries last word. What the. I was with him on friday afternoon. Ninety papa i. He said he came out because he was out of it and then he came back and he said so. I'll be pray for you. I be praying for you. Because i just came home from pakistan and then say pop up. What is your favorite sermon. And he said moses us lay down and that was the last time he parked and then afterwards took him to the hospice and then it was right after that they turned off. Budapest bigger. Dick turns up to medicine and he had off. But what i was saying here. Audience that both the into charts and other ones. What would be some wished. The people like me to finish. Well what are some. I know that here you all of you are at your rage and meeting so many people that are dropped off so many people that compromise any people in the middle of this shaking even some of my heroes than finishing. Well so what we still can. You give me and many of us finish wealth. I and call hours in south. Africa lady came up to me. And i'm in my seventies amendment seventies and she says to me. It's so good to meet somebody who has finished. Wells had smile that i waited until i was eighty. Two right on it. And that's why i wrote the book it ain't over till it's over and then i don't guess. Do you know who yogi barrel was. Yes you're norwegian you. A new york yankee fan yogi. Berra was famous. Were saying it ain't over till it's over so i got him to endorse my book. And the last chapter in the book tan rules for finishing. Well why are you having lease. Go find books of worm.
The Minimalists Podcast
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"So i'll just read the. I'll read it. Because i got my actual first job wave of a decade before that. So i'll read this because it's really about questions here. This is relationships six creativity. I got my first real job at thirteen. The summer between junior high and high school spinning cotton candy at americana a discount amusement park on the outskirts of middletown ohio but my first ever job was a decade earlier in the mid eighty s. We had just moved to american village. A bland apartment complex composed of dozens of brown brick. Buildings separated by thin landing strips of brown grass. Twenty miles south of dayton are one bedroom unit was entirely beige the carpets and walls and appliances all of monotony a couple weeks before my fourth birthday. I asked i asked to by a gi. Joe action figure at the local hills department store. Mom explained we didn't have enough money to both pay our bills and purchase the plastic man. I wanted so. We have to wait till friday for the toy being that i was only four. I didn't understand money or commerce or delayed gratification. I figured i could help that afternoon. I marched down to our apartments main office and told them. I needed a job after she realized that wasn't a joke. The woman behind the counter smiled and whispered something to her co worker before returning. Her benevolent is to me. Okay if you pick up litter around our building we'll give you a dollar a week. She said to. I said Excuse me.
The Rubin Report
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"And joining me today is the author of hillbilly elegy a memoir of family and culture in crisis founder of the venture capital firm naria and current senate candidate from the great state of ohio. Jd vance welcome. To the ruben report. Thanks for good to see you. Good to be with ya. You know. i've wanted to chat with you for a while. Because i find that on twitter. I find some people who make some sense who actually are saying some things. That actually seem like a sensible way forward for this country for this earth. The whole thing you. You're on that short list for people that don't know who you are Can you give a little bit of the backstory. That's sort of what the book is about. And then the movie but can you just give me a little brief bio just to kick us off. Yes sure so. I was raised by my my working-class grandparents in middletown ohio which is in southwestern ohio. Steel town and the basic story is because of host too complicated reasons but one of which is that. My mother struggled with opioid addiction. You my grandparents had to take care of me and we grow pretty rough and tumble environment. Didn't have a lot of money. Didn't have a lot of support But things sort of worked out for me. As i like to say america worked for me and i think it really did for for a number reasons but to two reasons at the top of the list or my grandma was always very lovable. loving and supportive. She was as you know dave. Because you've read the book which was not a traditional grandmother and a lot of ways she loved to say the f. word she had nineteen handguns when she died but she was also woman of incredibly deep faith and then i also was well served by the. Us marine corps enlisted in april of two thousand. Three which is right as the iraq or was ramping up in records. This incredible experience for me gave me a lot of a lot of important lessons. A lot of lifelong friendships And then from there went to college with law school Sort of started working in silicon valley in the technology industry Got connected with With peter thiel out there. And then while i was working with peter actually published this book hillbilly elegy which happened to coincide. How can i possibly known with this remarkable political environment that we lived in two thousand sixteen where donald trump on the right was coming out of nowhere and taking over the republican party you bernie sanders was coming out of left and almost taking over the democrat party and so i sort of found myself all of a sudden national commentator and. I'm glad that you like my twitter. You know a lot of a lot of your colleagues in the media. Don't but i'm not sure. They're my colleagues but they they are in the meteo..
The Rubin Report
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"And joining me today is the author of hillbilly elegy a memoir of family and culture in crisis founder of the venture capital firm naria and current senate candidate from the great state of ohio. Jd vance welcome. To the ruben report. Thanks for good to see you. Good to be with ya. You know. i've wanted to chat with you for a while. Because i find that on twitter. I find some people who make some sense who actually are saying some things. That actually seem like a sensible way forward for this country for this earth. The whole thing you. You're on that list for people that don't know who you are Can you give a little bit of the backstory. That's sort of what the book is about. And then the movie but can you just give me a little brief bio just to kick us off. Yes sure so. I was raised by my my working-class grandparents in middletown ohio which is in southwestern ohio. Steel town and the basic story is because of hosts complicated reasons but one of which is that my mother struggled with opioid addiction. You my grandparents had to take care of me and we grow pretty rough and tumble environment. Didn't have a lot of money. Didn't have a lot of support But things sort of worked out for me. As i like to say america worked for me and i think it really did for for number reasons but to two reasons at the top of the list or my grandma was always very lovable Loving and supportive. She was as you know dave. Because you've read the book which was not a traditional grandmother and a lot of ways she loved to say the f..
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on WTVN
"The building. There are apartments surrounding that building, but all the residents are safe. Best selling author J. D. Vance says he's running for the U. S Senate seat being vacated by Republican Rob Portman in Ohio. Vance, who was from Middletown, Ohio, is up against six other candidates in the Republican primary race, including former state Treasurer Josh Mandel. Former Ohio GOP chair Jean Temkin and businessmen Bernie Marino and Michael Gibbons. There's a hotly contested race to pick the successor to Cleveland's longest serving mayor, Frank Jackson, who is stepping down at the end of the year. And Cleveland mayoral candidate Dennis Kucinich is catching a lot of flak for his campaign mailing. Postcard that has on it. The iconic script Cleveland logo, the one you see across the city where people take photos. This one is covered with blood and bullet holes. The Senate's told W. K Y C T V. He's just trying to make a point about Cleveland's increasing rate of gun violence. Who's going to want to move to Cleveland? What businesses will want to stay here. How will we be able to attract people to work city, the tourism agency destination Cleveland holds the copyright to script Cleveland They have filed a cease and desist order against gooseneck. But the man who served as mayor of Cleveland in the late seventies, says. First Amendment gives him the right to use that logo. Legal police are looking for a missing 12 year old girl, Ebony Williams, missing from her home on Jamison Drive. She's five ft five weighs. £115 has black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue and white pajamas, bottoms, no shoes. I'm Tom more bringing you the latest trending stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on news radio 6 10 w. T V. N. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of it solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity infrastructure, Unified Communications and cloud technology verticals thunder..
"middletown, ohio" Discussed on WTVN
"Is a 73 in west Jefferson 73. Degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w T V N. An undercover drug effort to stop the trafficking of opioids and narcotics in four counties in Ohio has resulted in 45 indictments. Today. It was dubbed Operation Red, White and bust and was a joint effort that targeted the alleged drug traffickers and Faye at Ross, Highland and hawking counties. The race to replace retiring U. S. Senator Rob Portman got a new candidate today. Author businessman and Marine veteran J D. Vance announced his entry into the race for the Republican Party's nomination. Vance, whose memoir Hillbilly Elegy was made into a recent film is a native of Middletown, Ohio. Meanwhile, the U. S. Marine is biking across America to raise awareness for the wounded Warrior project and made a stop in Ohio Today, Nick Davonte says it's to honor his friend Corporal James Currie, who passed away on May 3rd of 2020. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is ending its relationship with several animal organizations mentioned in a new documentary called the Conservation Game that has not yet been released. It examines the connection between television celebrities and the exotic pet trade troopers will be stepping up enforcement through Monday night in hopes of getting impaired drivers off of Ohio's roads, they say. Last year 24 fatal crashes led to the death of 25 people in Ohio. They say they will be visible to all drivers. They're encouraging you to buckle your seat belt. Watch your speed and put the phone down. And Grove City is one of several communities who were starting off the holiday with a bang. They have fireworks displays tonight at dusk, Residents of Grove City, Buckeye Lake Granville, Pick Ringtone Reynoldsburg and Whitehall will all be treated to fireworks. This evening, your ABC six first warning weather sunshine for the rest of the day. Today, a high near 73 MLS and Y. And our next update at seven o'clock. Let me tell you.
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"middletown, ohio" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Oh that's great. That is academically great. Well right now we're gonna take a quick break and we'll come back and you could tell us all the good stuff about what's coming up. Okay okay all right. let's i want. I want you to finish you. Were just gonna say too. So i can't wait to hear that all right Okay hi everyone. We're back green room. I know that was fun. Yes we got rid of all the evidence that they were gonna quickly we share with you. I share with you during the break. For some reason my wind turned into water that when he had his eminem again we do they. They were gone so quick. I did. I guess they were. I guess they were there. It's so he's that guy this show we'd like to hear about what you have coming up because you you said you were gonna tell us all the guy i mean. Well the next. Several months of me I think in a couple of weeks in. I think around the seventeenth of july being luth but town kentucky at a small. It's called the festival of healing and virtue awareness. I'll be there. I'll be doing twenty minute connections there I'm going to my my what i call my second home in illinois It's it's a place that we actually film for sci-fi there it's called the roth house and I've been going there doing What we call connections gallery there and and be doing that. Coming up in the next. I think Catching august Another place i'm going to be in is gonna be at the mountain penitentiary. And and that's where west. Virginia which is an incredible place. We might third there. It's it's an incredible place in and soon be there. I think in september also won't be in middletown ohio. I'm going to be at a place called the post town. They elementary school which is a very active place It'd being an event there And then i'm also excited to share. We're also going to be One of my events that. I'm very very proud of to be honored to be to be able to commit to be heavy connections gallery at and that is going to be at the french lick resort here in french. Lick indiana and It's an incredible resorts. Got a lot of history and I am. I am the only I was told this year. They're on the only psyche medium that is going to be allowed to to prevent there and We had one two thousand..
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"middletown, ohio" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Program on guest host Kurt Schlichter. And of course, that's one of the great bands of the alternative era. Blondie. I love it. Now, the Blondie a Of American News reporting. Absolutely see. I'm just trying to segue. Selena. How are you doing this morning? That's a great compliment. You know, Arena and I love Blondie. We're actually going to go see Blondie again next May when By which time California may be free. So the fair circuit Oh, no, That's that's Bachman Turner Overdrive. No, they're actually on the bill with Bauhaus and psychedelic furs. Now, Unit cards are conservative. Yes, Yes, I am. Selena. How are you today? You've been busy. Yes, I have been busy. I'm swell. How are you going to be doing great. I'm giddy. I've got my coffee. It's O dark 30, and you have a really moving article about. It's titled It's on the Washington Examiner style to labor dispute in which no one can win in which, uh, very skilled workers at about nine or 10. Plants for a a technical steel company, not just raw steel, but they make very technical steel products are on strike over preserving medical benefits, and this has been going on for almost 90 days. No one's winning this And the Biden administration is just ignoring it. Yeah, It's really kind of stunning. So the striking against at as you pointed out precision Steel, um, plants they make very specialty steels feel that goes into Things like all clad, um um, cookery, but they also were on emergency around the clock. Production of the respirators during Covid, Uh, you know, so so these guys make the stuff that we need in a better way of putting it. And they haven't had a I Raised in seven years. They make a good salary, but they're really sort of heart of this. Of US strike is over the new hires coming in and getting different benefits and you say, Well, you know, Okay. Why is that a big deal? Well, you know, these are He's a tough jobs and you're working side by side. It creates this really terrible tension. When the you know men and women that work beside each other skilled artisans, skilled laborers, and they're making different amounts of money. And so they want to make sure that that doesn't happen. That is not. It's not even about his salary. It's about having the same tier system. Um, where, you know, in the health care and what I think I find so incredibly interesting is that during the campaign The Biden secured the support the endorsement from the United Steelworkers leadership and everywhere you was every event that he had. Had steelworkers behind right there used as a prop. But Biden both Biden and Harris in particular Herod, who was just here a couple days ago. None of them has met with any members of the steel workers to to either given support. And or listen to them. Or even try to comprehend there will what their problem? Well, Salina Zito Is there an opportunity here for Republicans to come in? Because I look at this and I, You know, I would think that guy like I don't know. Donald Trump was still in office. He could call up the T had our CEO He could call it. The head of the unit said, Come on into the White House. Let me Let's work together and get this result because these two groups seemed to me natural components of the kind of coalition that conservatives are trying to build. If they are absolutely they're definitely part of the coalition that that the populist coalition that came together and and put trump in office and there No part of this conservative populist coalition that is still going on today. You know, I have argued forever in a day that they came before Trump. He was the result of them. He didn't cause them. And and you know, there there are, um Senators, I suppose, you know, local Republicans have come and sat with them, but they don't have the power or the cash ace that Biden would have in in in sort of as you put it. Cause the tube business to pull the heads together. Knock them around a little say Okay, let's figure this out, you guys well, Selina, we've got about one minute. Yet. Time flies when you're having fun in the New York Post, you have an article How liberals turned on J. D. Vance working class author of Hillbilly Elegy. We only have about 30 seconds. What happened? I thought I I thought he was The bridge, which would allow our coastal concern our coastal elite to understand what was happening in mid America, and then when he came out as what he is kind of a traditional American populist They've recoiled in horror. Oh, yeah, he when he was one of them right because you made it to Yale, and then all of a sudden they want nothing to do with him when they found that when they understood he is a conservative populist, And he rolls out this week in his Middletown, Ohio, that he's going to run for us Senate and I think he's going to.
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"middletown, ohio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Vladimir Guerrero Jr of the Toronto Blue Jays with 26 Two more then Shohei Otani of the Los Angeles Angels and in the National League, Fernando Totti's junior of San Diego with 25 3 more than the pride of Middletown, Ohio Slugger for the Washington Nationals, the one and only Number 12 Kyle Schwarber checking in with 22 for your Washington nationals. Let's go out to the phones in Miami Heights, Phil. Speak to me, my brother. Hey, What's going on? Check. How you doing? Great, man. Great. How are you? I'm going really well, I just two quick things and I'll let you go. Um, this the chemistry on this team is unbelievable. These guys play like I love each other. You know what I mean? And they say they love each other, and all I can do is believe them because it looks like they're enjoying playing with one another. Play together. Yeah, now, and they also play like they're the underdog. Every game. It's like they got something to prove. You know, every game they play, man. Like, Yeah, Jonathan India's uniform dirty and I mean, they're They're playing hard, and that's what you want to see from a hardworking Midwestern town. From Cincinnati. Right? Exactly. Yeah, I think they're going to do very well this year. I think they're really going to. We're going to kick it in. They're going to make a run. I really believe that Bill I wear like a lot of reds fans. I wear my heart on my sleeve when they lose. I'm upset when they win. I'm happy. I want to go to sleep happy at night. Exactly. Yeah, exactly. Instead of throwing my transistor radio across the bedroom like I did as a kid, Alright? Yeah, That's what I would have cried Phil. Last night As a kid. I would have cried myself to sleep. But I'm there. I'm a little bit older. Now I'm a little bit more mature. Well, awesome. I'd like to fill, man. Thanks so much, man really appreciate it all right? Fantastic Reds win 4 to 1. It's the Kelsey Chevrolet Extra inning show..
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"middletown, ohio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And some plain gave rise to the candidacy in the election of Donald Trump. 2016 J. D. Vance was born in Middletown, Ohio, in the heart of the Rust Belt. His parents struggled days. His mother, Bev van struggled with addiction alcohol than drugs. His parents split up. Yeah, largely raised by a grand parent who did obviously great job and her efforts he ended up describing his upcoming upbringing is Hillbillies, white working class, no education beyond secondary school and mostly Scots and Irish descent. They were proud and very clannish and occasionally violent. Aspiration was rare addiction increasingly too prescriptive drugs was very commonplace, but somehow he broke out. Enrolled and succeeded at Yale Law School. He met one of his mentors their law professor and author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. And When I was a mentor, he eventually married a woman that he clerked for the U. S. Supreme Court. I became a venture capitalist in California that worked his way back to Ohio and hillbilly Elegy one a rave reviews and had a bunch of pieces put together by the mainstream media describing how Donald Trump was able to connect with white working class individuals. He was not himself a Trump loyalist, but he understood the reasons for his rise, but criticized his policies on race and immigration in particular. And some Republican strategists have said that he is the future of the Republican Party because of classing white working class Americans that are struggling, and I heard him give an interview it. Tucker crawls in a one point Mathematically, the greatest number of poor people in America are white. And that kind of runs against the counter notion of white supremacy and what and also all kinds of racism practiced by whites because the majority of Americans are white, so maybe that deals more with behavior than anything else. And J. D. Vance. Welcome. I think for the second time to the Bill Cunningham Show and J D. How are you? Had good bill. How you doing? Good, good. Good. Let's talk. First of all about your upbringing, which I touched on and that largely defined your life and maybe a reason in Ohio for your candidacy next year. For the United States Senate. This is largely Ohio is largely a trump state. But you spent quite a bit of time in California. So kind of give the American people the highlights of your life that brought you to this moment. And why you think you could capture the idea of the American ideal? The American promise for all Americans? Yeah. Yes, The reversion Billa's group Middletown, Ohio, which is about 45 minutes where I went down in Cincinnati, Ohio. No, you are just across the river from each other. Him your middle pounds of classic working class steel town so he will not grandfather worked there on the fifties sixties and seventies that about 10,000 employees now has about 1400 employees and Like a lot of places have seen a decline in that industrial base, which of course is caused it would decline in some of the other things that the stable family lives. You've seen the drugs moving and response to it. Law enforcement get over stressed by that and what really made my life work out, Okay, despite the fact that I was in a pretty chaotic environment there, So my mom arrested when I was 12 years old for the first time is that my grandparent's really saved me. So my grandma and been grandfather called Obama on Pap all like a lot of Southeastern Kentucky and that we came from they took me into their home and gave me a stable loving environment in my grandma was pretty tough, Sheer 19 handguns When she died, all of them were were loaded and was stashed around the house so that you could reach them if an intruder ever came into out because you couldn't get around that easily. Being She was sort of person, and when she found out that I was hanging around with the bad kids in the neighborhood, she said, Look, we need to find some better friends. I'm gonna run over this kid you're hanging out with and nobody's ever gonna find out about it. And that discipline in that love and structure. It gave me the opportunities that I have made my life turn into something, and so you went from there and listen to Marine Corps 2003. You served. Four years of the Marine Corps went to Iraq once went from there to Ohio State from Ohio State D a law school then, like you mentioned, lived in California for a few years, working in the technology industry and then Move back to Cincinnati a few years ago to watch my own thing. So you have had had this incredible this incredible American Dream story. And one of things I worry about is that stories like minor increasingly in common, and then, unfortunately, ah, lot of the institution that our country they're supposed to work to make it easier for kids to have a good life don't work in the same way and A lot of even the big companies just to take one example that 30 40 years ago. You to see these companies are patriotic. They care about the country. They're investing in their country. Increasingly, that make it impossible for people to even speak their mind or live their American dream. And I think we've got On the Republican side in our country, a real problem where these countries have increasingly turned against not just the American dream In the material sense. They don't believe in it. But they've also turned against their own country and cultural sense and made it harder for people to live their values and speak their mind and We've got to deal with all this, and you've kind of dealt with the cancer culture. I've read some stuff on Emma's and MSNBC about you sending some information out on social media about maybe the ideas that Joe Biden to pay for baby sitting man up a good idea. And then also you had some backlash. On your film played by Glenn Close, which I thought should have won her best actress, hillbilly elegy and it didn't It didn't get good reviews because the left didn't like the idea that I was working class kid could come out of that environment and so describe the cancer culture and you were a favorite of 2016 with the media Now you on the other side. Why That's right. Well, I mean, I think part of it is that I came around to Donald Trump and started to see the real value in him. And because of that, I think a lot of people pushed pushed against me and decided that I was on the wrong team. I think a lot of it is just in 2016 were at least comfortable with the idea idea. Get a working class white family could struggle in this country. And now in 2020 the idea that if you're white You're privileged and people don't really care about your problems and your concerns and your your your your issues. There's just this assumption that everybody who comes from a particular racial background is privileged and everybody who comes from the other background is underprivileged. In our country just isn't willing, really willing to look beneath the skin and actually asked what's going on in people's lives. I think there's some backlash because of that. I also think you know, frankly, um, that one of the things that people have realized about me is that I'm willing to call things out that I don't I don't think you're right. And you mention this Biden daycare proposal. I think it's a disaster because what would also we do? It's forced a lot of people to put their kids in day care even when they wouldn't want to put their kids in daycare. I think we should get parents options. I think it's ridiculous that there is not an alternative proposal that says Look, if you want to raise your kids at home. If you want to raise your kids with the help from grand parents or.
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"On welcome to the finals. I'm your hostess. fiorella nash. Sometimes known by nolanda plume fiorella maria. I'm a writer of crime. Fiction and historical novels and an incorrigible bibliophile. It's wonderful it's be making a program on pretty much. My favorite subjects books on my show will be introducing you to books classic and contemporary. You must read should enjoy reading or should not touch with an eleven foot barge pole. Once a month. I will say be doing my special edition. Children's book show involving younger reviews talking about an sharing their favorite books. I have a book to share with you today. That i have to admit took me about as far out of my comfort zone as is humanly possible and i read this book about three months ago. In fact it's taken me this long to pluck up the courage to review it. And you'll soon see why. This book is a memoir about life in rural ohio cooled hillbilly eligibility and even the title feels very very foreign to me. And i'm just very aware that this memoir deals with a culture associated economic situation and an entire way of life. That is completely alien to me. It is very very different to my own. I grew up in rural england. But it's nothing like life in rural ohio completely aware of that. There are very very few similarities. Normally when i read a memoir even if it's about a very different time very different place. I can say. Oh yes. I really relate to this relate to that when i was reading sleigh in your lane it was about the black british experienced but there were still some things in that. That really made a lot of sense to me that i could really relate to but this is a world that feels very very distant and i would like to say immediately. I am very sorry if i make mistakes or if i make judgments or generalizations. I shouldn't make. I have no business to make in any blunders. I make during this review are entirely without malice. I assure you. And i just want to make that clear before i go any further. What interested me about the book. I saw that there had been an adaptation of it on netflix. Which i didn't want to watch. Because i would rather read a book i if possible and then what adaptation having read the book. I'm not sure. I can actually face watching adaptation because i think it must be incredibly harrowing but maybe when i'm feeling a bit emotionally stronger after knockdowns ended a revisits option. I'll begin with the author. Because this is a memoir. It is mostly about the author. But it's worth getting a few little details in. I just to prepare yourself for what you can expect apologies. If you hear my dog walking in the background. He's very cold and very fed up. I know the feeling. Jd fans is a thirty six year old author and lawyer who is primarily known for this book. This was his first book. I don't know if there will be more. But because it is primarily a memoir of growing up in extreme poverty. The book and the author himself has been seen something of a window into the life of white working class. Men in the states of you. That has also been questions but one detail about him. I won't talk a lot about his upbringing. Because that's what the book is about but one thing that will not be clear in the book because it happened after the publication of the book is that. He's a convict catholicism. He converted in august one thousand nine hundred nineteen because he became persuaded overtime. That catholicism was true. And i found that very interesting as a footnote or the completion of the author spiritual journey because religion does come into his experience and his writing but quite tangentially. His grandmother was very against religion organized. Religion she wanted to pray and things like that but she said no not go anywhere near churches. They're greedy off to your money or their perverts. So that obsessed with power. What habit a very negative view of furniture and so i found it interesting that he sort of emerged through that into the catholic faith and part of me hopes he might write a sequel to this memoir just talking about his spiritual journey a genuine even very interested to know how he got that the memoir is a very candid and uncompromising reflection as the word allergy rather suggests of growing up in middletown ohio with family from kentucky and he is mostly talking about his kentucky family's values the appalachian values that they held he particularly talks about his grandparents. Who are very very significant in his life. His family was virtually torn apart by poverty by marital break up substance abuse. His mother struggled on and on for years with drug addiction which got her fired from jobs that pushed her into a cycle of ever-greater poverty which in turn fed the addiction problem..
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Ohio man charged with threatening Jewish community center
"An Ohio man was arrested over the weekend after allegedly making credible threats against a Jewish community center twenty year old James reared in a self identified white nationalist posted a video to Instagram that led to his arrest the video shows Riordan firing a gun police and the FBI searched the home of Riordan's mother in new Middletown Ohio and confiscated rifles knives a gas mask a bullet proof vest and ammunition all synagogues in the area increased security after
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Ohio man charged with threatening Jewish community center
"A twenty year old Ohio man arrested for making what police consider a threat to a Jewish community center in Youngstown police say Seamus Riordan allegedly posted a video on Instagram last month of a man firing a semi automatic rifle the caption police identified the Youngstown Jewish community center shooter as local white nationalist Seamus Riordan police in new Middletown Ohio say they found anti semitic information along with rounds of ammunition and semi automatic weapons at Seamus Riordan's house and the Instagram account was