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"milik" Discussed on The Bible Project
"So we're moving on to this next story here. Avi malek, the king who he deceived back here in chapter 20. Now comes up to him, Abram, and here's the story. It came about at that time that Avi malek said also fecal, the captain of his army was there, and he also said to Abraham. So you have a king and an army captain. You're like, okay, that's the same. That's intimidating. Yeah. Fecal is kind of an unfortunate name. Be cool. Yeah, fecal. It means fee is the word mouth. And coal is the word everything. It's kind of a scary name for an army captain, right? Yeah. Mouth of everything, the mouth. Oh, I was thinking like I eat everything. I think everything of the mouth. Yeah. Yeah. Fecal. Anyway, I'm sure it was a great name back then. So here you have the nations. Both kings and warriors coming and saying, elohim is with you in everything that you're doing. So how about swear oath? Together. It's where nose to me by all of him. Look, if you deal falsely with me or with my descendants, according to the loyal love I've done to you, so you will deal with me. And with the land that you're migrating within. So when he says, basically, don't deal with falsely with me. You know, like you did last week. And what did I do to you? I showed you loyalty. Yeah. You came to my city, you lied to me, put my whole city in danger, but I did right by you. So you do the same to me. So Ella him is with you. Do you remember the dream? He has a dream it's on, yeah. So Abraham said, yeah, all right, deal. Let's be buddies. Let's, you know, let's go in on this contract together. So, they make contract together. Now, what's interesting is Abram just happened to remember something at that moment. He had a dispute with now his covenant partner. On account of a well of water because the servants of Avi mello could stolen a well from him. So it's sort of like, okay, we're covenant partners now. Yeah, what about this well that you guys took what this really is is like a conflict of interest between two business partners. And it's like, how are we gonna get along? Especially when we're not blood relatives. All that's binding us together is this contract. Remember the other canaanites who were in a covenant with Abram up chill in by the trees? Yeah. And that was rad. You know, they go into battle together. But now we're exploring the opposite portrait. What if there's a conflict between the chosen one and the nations? How are they going to sort this out? Well, Avi milik said, I don't know who did this. And besides, you waited till now to bring this up. You didn't report it to me in the past. I haven't heard of this until right now today. So Abraham took sheep and oxen, he gave them to Avi Malik, and they cut a covenant. Abraham set up 7 lambs. What is that kind of covenant? What's these cheap oxen? Oh, got it. Well, to cut a covenant, it's the most common term to use it about the making of a covenant together. Okay. So sometimes it would mean a sacrificial ritual of the animals, like what happened in earlier in the Abraham story when God makes a couple of cuts animals in half. Here, they're gonna cut it covenant, but then what we're about to learn what's gonna happen. Exactly. Okay. Yeah, that's right. So Abram gets 7 lambs and Abby mello said, what's up with these 7 lambs? And it ram said, well, you're gonna take these 7 lambs from my hand, and these 7 lambs will be a witness on my behalf that I dug this well. Basically it's paying for the well. Yeah. Even though it's not obvious well. It's Abraham as well. He dug it. But he's going to pay for it anyway. It's not like a super generous move. He's like, yeah, what do you? And shrewd, but also shrewd. Yeah. It's generous. If he really did dig it, right? Yeah, that's true, yeah. All we know, actually, did he say that he dug it? Oh no, he says. I dug this well in first 30. Yeah, that's right. So for this reason, this is why people call it the well of 7. Because the two of them swore a shavua there, and they cut a covenant at the well of sheva, so there's many wordplays crashing together. Is the Hebrew word for the number 7, but it's dispelled with the same letters as the Hebrew word, which means oath, which is a synonym for covenant. So also, at the well of 7, think of the previous story. Yeah. This is exactly where hegar found water. That provided life for her. So these two stories are next to each other about the way God provided life out of death at the well of 7 in the desert, and then here at the well of 7, instead of brothers dividing, you have the families of the nations coming together in peace. But it requires Abraham to give this costly act of generosity..
"milik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And see what it means in the bond market. We do that with Brian Japan, a debt markets columnist for Bloomberg Opinion, Brian What was the take away your takeaway from what we heard from Fed Reserve Chairman Jay Powell yesterday. Yeah, I mean, he said a lot. And the dots obviously moved up quite a bit in 2023. But when you think about the actual tangible actions that were taken at this meeting, there really wasn't much of anything. Um, I was kind of stepping back and saying, Okay, so Tapers still coming later this year. We kind of expected that. If inflation continues to run hot, the Fed will eventually hike. We kind of knew that Maybe that was a little bit of new information that the Fed wasn't going to go too far behind the curve. But ultimately, I mean, it feels like the Fed is moving in slow motion, but preserving that optionality that it loves to have ready to react and saying we hear you. We see that inflation has been running a bit hot in the last few months. We will react if we need to. But it's going to be a long time before we do that. It's this outcomes based framework that has a lot of people worried, right. Mohamed el Erian was writing about it yesterday. What's your take on on that? Is it going to Is it going to hit them? Are they going to see it hit too late to react in a calm, cool and collected way, You know, I mean, I was listening to Jay Powell yesterday. One of the things that really stuck out to me was he was actually making projections about what's going to happen in the labor market going forward. He wasn't saying, Well, this is what we've seen. This is what we know We don't really know what's going to happen going forward. He's like the labor market is going to be strong in the summer. We're going to continue to see strength. And after September after the unemployment benefits go away. We think we're going to continue to see even more progress. So he was willing to make those projections and say, Because of that we are open to potentially moving later on and maybe tapering as well. So it was interesting to see that he wasn't just solely based on this is what we know. As of now he's saying this is what we think is going to happen, and we're and we're Bracing for that. So, you know, Brian glad we have you in here today, and Brian is live at our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio, which is cool to have a live guests here after all these months, but I looked down at the tenure 1.53%. It's kind of where it's been for a very long time. What are you taking away from the bond market? Yes. I mean, there was initial knee jerk move one of the things that drama completely out of it. I was excited to see it. It was at 1 62. Everyone sort of like a couple of calls. 1 62. It dropped down to 1 45. And then it jumped up to 1 56. It was cool. You got to love it every basis points and exciting time. No, but I mean, if you take a look at real yields They've popped quite a bit as break even rates have fallen. So I think the Fed really got a nice message across without doing a ton, but saying, Hey, we are watching inflation and we are Prepared to be wrong. That inflation is maybe just transitory. Um, and as a result, you're seeing break even rates kind of fall across the curve, perhaps an indication that inflation won't get so far above its 2% target that Um, it will be an issue for the market. Yes, I thought they did pretty well, and the concern is that they're backing themselves into a corner with this outcomes based framework and Thought they did pretty well, taking some of that risk off the table and still and still leaving their options open. They didn't do nothing right. They did raise rates a tiny bit in the Iowa ER and reverse Repo facility. What does that actually do? By the way, I was reading that in your column in the story and wondering What difference does that actually make? I mean, Thus, the cynics would say it's a little bit of a bailout for money market funds. Um, just because money market funds have been getting 0% of the overnight reverse repo operation for a long time, and there was some concern that money market funds might start closing to new money. Because they don't want to have to continue to invest at these levels. So it's nice for money market funds. That's for one thing. I mean, The other thing is that these both of these administered rates are how the Fed controls the actual Fed funds rate. Um, And so it was getting kind of close to the zero lower bound people were not too concerned was at point. Oh, 6%, but getting creeping closer. The range is supposed to be a 25 basis point range of 0 to 0.25, and it was very much closer to zero than the other way around. So Just just a small administer tweak. I would. I don't certainly don't consider as any form of monetary policy or stimulus or hawkishness. You know, we don't We don't talk about other media too much, but I noticed Also yesterday, Janice Milik was saying the Fed rate is at 0.1% and that the dots show that they want to raise it to 0.6%. Why? Why did they do that differently? What? What readers that sorry. The Fed funds rate Jenna used to work for us. She's brilliant. Now she works for New York Times. And she said the Fed funds rate is at 0.1% and the death should they want to raise it to 0.6% Rather than saying, you know, between zero and a quarter and half and 75 Yeah, Maybe that's maybe that's the median point of the of the Fed funds rate. Um, kind of thing, but, um, yeah, I mean, I think what's interesting is if you look at 2022, there have been more fed officials that have moved up..
"milik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Los Angeles on Cairo. It is Friday. Today, everybody the fourth day of September. Good as always to have you along. A macro and an economic number of the day as this pandemic get set to enter its seventh month if you can believe that is 1.37 million that his jobs added to this economy in the month of August. Three million people had been temporarily laid off came back to work and that helped bring the unemployment rate down. Almost 2% points to 8.4%. All of that is good. Like I said. But a chunk of those jobs a quarter million or so our temporary census workers. We're going to be out of work again soon. And more to the point. Job growth is slowing a million plus in August, as I said it was nearly five million a month back in June. What else? What you bear in mind Marketplaces? Mitchell Hartmann is on the putting The jobs report in context beat today. This economy has been through a lot since mid March. About 15% of all the jobs in America evaporated in just a few weeks. We've been clawing back those jobs ever since. Here's how Brad McMillan at Commonwealth Financial Network rates the latest report. It was good. It wasn't great, but it was certainly solid, it says. We're continuing to make progress, but we also have a long way to go. Gaining 1.4 million jobs would be blockbuster in normal times. But economist Beth Acres at the Manhattan Institute says Now that number may be giving the impression that we're doing pretty well digging out of this hole. But the reality is that we're only about halfway out a little over 10 million of the 22 million jobs we've lost have come back. And job gains. Air Slowing, Acres, says This is really a tale of two recoveries, Employment levels for higher income workers have almost come back to pre crisis level. Where is employment levels for low wage workers remain significantly below where they were, and it's also unclear when those workers will be able to get back to work. Jobs in bars and restaurants, for instance, are still down 25% from before the pandemic, which leaves a lot of workers out of the recovery so far. Like Cody Sorenson. He's 33 worked as a server at an upscale Italian restaurant in West Hollywood until mid March. Sorenson's on indefinite layoff. He's still getting health benefits and a $400 a week unemployment check when that runs out. I mean, I'm just gonna have to go and find like another job, or are you just going to move? I guess back on the Texas you know where he hopes they'll be less competition for any new jobs that come up. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. All right, with that, as backdrop, let's dig in a little bit on jobs and the other news of the day. And this week, genius Milik is with The New York Times. K. Davidson is at the Wall Street Journal. Hey, you two I can't. Okay, let me start with you. Ah, picking up on Mitchell's spot, and he gave a nod to this, but I want to. I want to make sure people get it. There is despite this good, not great report today. There's some underlying fragility in this economy. Right? 29 million people on some kind of unemployment benefit small businesses closing left and right, Yeah. That's right. A cz You sort of hinted at sky. It was kind of it was kind of a mixed report. You know, on the one hand 8.4% Unemployment is much lower than where many people thought we'd be at this point, But things are still really bad. And I guess the thing to understand is that the people who are still out of work, many of them are people at the lower end of the wage scale that have jobs and industries that have been harder hit by the pandemic. Hotel workers, restaurant workers, people in industries Are still struggling to come back on. And the longer these people stay out of work. The risk is that those more and more of those job loss has become become permanent. So it's on the right track. But you know a long way to go still. Hear those permanent job losses that longstanding damage the economy. Gina is something Fisher Pala talks about a lot haven interview to morning edition this morning is gonna air I think on Monday the transcript is out for those who wanted again. I wantto parts a couple of things you said number one. Low interest rates in this economy are going to be here, and this is quoting pal for a period measured in years. That is, I mean, it's kind of we know it, but it's kind of amazing. Yeah, yeah, no surprise to bond markets, which are, you know, obviously recognizing that we're in for a really long period of low interest rates, But I think that Yeah, it's it's remarkable if you remember back to 2007 to 2009 recession and, you know, sort of within within, not a very long time span people we're talking about, you know, when is lift off? When is the fed going to raise rates? You know what? When did they start moving this extraordinary accommodation and I feel like You know, in the over the last decade, That conversation is just fundamentally shift and shifted. And a lot of that was T Drum pal who has been very clear about communicating that we're in this federation. You know, they're not planning on just like immediately raising rates As soon as we get past sort of the worst of this recession. We're in this this environment for a really long time until the job market has, you know he owed and really after what the Goddess said quite clearly is until inflation picks up. Which goes back to what he was talking about last week in pseudo Jackson Hole, As or Kate, one of the other things that pallet talked about with morning Edition today is.
"milik" Discussed on KCRW
"Weekend and headed into this slightly awkward independence day. Things are turbulent. We got positive jobs news this week on a potentially significant delay. Cases of covert 19 continue to rise. You might not even realize it, but lots of black lives matters. Protests are still happening around the country. And the Hamilton musical has finally arrived on streaming platforms. Let's chat a little bit about the week that was with me. Today We have genus Milik at The New York Times and Heather Long from The Washington Post. Tell you to Hey, Molly. Hey, Molly. Hi there, So I want to start with Gina and this this job's report with, Of course, the copy that you heard at the top, which is that sure these air some numbers at a moment in time for 0.8 million jobs were added in June, but there are caveats, right? Absolutely so. 4.8 million jobs is a huge number, but so is 11.1% which is Thea unemployment rates. Still, even after that big game, what we have right now is a jobless rate that is higher than at any point in the great recession. This is higher than the 10% peak. We saw the worst part of 2009 and I think it's really important to keep that in context, because what we've seen so far is the easy rehiring. We've seen people who were still attached to their employer come back two jobs as state's reopen, but I think the real question is what happened. Ends next and down the road to these people who are still on the labor market sidelines prove a lot harder to re absorb into the job market. And I think early signs would suggest yes. You know, we're seeing a shift from short term to long term unemployment, so the unemployment duration is increasing, and we're really seeing a shift from folks who say they're on temporary layoff. The folks who say they have permanently lost their jobs, and I think that's a really important thing to keep in mind. Right. And Heather, You had a piece this week, looking at how even those who are still working, You know, it's one thing to measure the number of jobs. People have fewer hours and lower wages, right? Yeah, That's what surprised me is. We're seeing twice as many people getting pay cuts this recession as what we saw during that great recession, so another indication of how widespread the harm is, and you know we're also focused about people who've lost their jobs, and that's we should be focused on that. But there's this whole other ray of people who I talk to you. And I know Gina does, too. You say? Look, I'm only working two or three days a week. You know, I'm back 50%. I know. Businesses can't survive on 50% and workers can't survive on 50% of the income that they used to have So another indication this is a long road back, and I just keep thinking in my mind in April, 80% of workers thought that they were going to be short term layoff. So far, we've only gained back 1/3 of the jobs. That's a big gap between what workers expected to be back by junior July versus what we're seeing. Right Well, and Catherine Ramphele, your colleague Heather and a rapper and occasional wrapper on this show also had a piece saying, Ah, even knowing what we know now. Which may even be itself beyond a delay. We're we're headed for an even bigger fiscal cliff as some stimulus runs out. PPP loans run out and the virus research is Jeanette. What does this mean for this? What does this mean for Congress and the idea of more aid? Right. So I think theories of really concern certainly among the economist I talked to imagine also among the ones Heather is chatting with that these positive jobs numbers are going to take some of the pressure off of Congress. And I think they're too big reasons that you would worry about that One is that clearly the damage that we have seen to the economy is persistent. It is still with us. And as the virus continues to spread throughout much of the South and the West, we're even seeing new damage piling up and and so there's a real need to act just to renew a lot of these measures that are about to expire at the end of July because the problem is still here. Be some of the issues that we have with this recession. We're just never dealt with in the first place. I think statement. Local aid is a perfect example. You know, we saw in and the cares Act. We did see some help going to those entities. But it was very limited and it was mostly tied to sort of immediate concerns around fighting the virus, whereas these these, you know Governments that have balanced budget amendments haven't had very much tax revenue coming in. They're losing sales tax revenue altogether. And so there's a really crisis upon us if we don't deal with those issues, but we have lost some of the sort of tailwind behind that effort. Heather, the Fed the feds minutes. We're out this week care policies to get this. That's been a constant message from the Federal Reserve is Congress. Don't let this backslide. You know, we've seen some Momenta MME here and don't give it up. And as Gina was explaining, Ah, there's still clearly a huge need. We've only gained back 1/3 of those jobs and we know we know by the end of the summer. The rest. The jobs are going to be back. We're still gonna have millions of people unemployed, and there's a real danger that some of these small businesses that have just barely been making it. They've gotten these grants thes PPP grants Do we really want to see them go out of business in September? October because we didn't kind of helped them a little bit along? So I think that's what's really mind boggling to people. There's also other issues that are popping up. We reported in the Washington Post There is an alarming spike and drug overdoses. There's also ongoing child care needs that are really holding back a lot of workers from getting backto work these need to be addressed to in the next bill. Genius Milik from the New York Times and Heather Long at the Washington Post. Thanks You, too. Thank you. Markets were closed for the fourth of July. We ended on a slightly gloomy note, well European stocks and U S futures at least right now, in the same mood details when we do the numbers A.
"milik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The premier league officially restarts say it ain't so all yes it is dog and I'm happy to see it happen Manchester city dominating arsenal three Milan E. F. yet stadium behind closed doors upon really returning to action after the corona viruses venturing sterling Kevin to point out and fill five north tally goals the wind gives city a seven point lead for second place in the league table of elasticity with binoculars they can barely see Liverpool up there in the top spot Napoli wins a copay Thalia final reinvented some penalties Arkadiusz Milik nets the winning kick you had one for the previous five Coppa Italia's Napoli had last won it back in two thousand and fourteen great news Serena Williams says she will play in this year's U. S. open as the twenty three time grand slam winner says in a video message she believes the U. S. T. A. one sure that people will be safe needle number two ranked Simona Halep says as of now she will not be competing in the event that is not ruled it out completely new proposals been sent by Major League Baseball to the Players Association for a sixty game schedule starting July nineteenth with hold paraded salaries an expanded playoff format or deal is not yet in place many believe the framework of an agreement is there with ultimately the sixty five game schedule being reached with the union giving up its right to file a grievance MLB commissioner rob Manfred has confirmed he met with union head Tony Clark on Tuesday to try to hammer out an agreement a seventeen hundred page national transportation safety board report says that the pilot flying the helicopter that crashed in California killing Kobe Bryant and seven others may have been disoriented in low visibility the pilot error as a buy in radio air traffic control to say he was climbing to four thousand feet to get over that five when in fact the choppers descending toward the hillside the NTSB has already said there was no sign of a chemical failure with that Sikorsky helicopter on.
"milik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're looking at global sports here so you're telling me a megastar is going to play at this year's U. S. open Doug thank goodness we needed because frankly a lot of the big stars are kind of on the fence whether they want to play or not but Serena Williams says she is going to play the open the twenty three time grand slam winner says in a video message she believes the U. S. TA will ensure that people will be safe there will be no crowds of that's according to governor Andrew Cuomo of New York meanwhile number two ranked Simona Halep says as of now she will not be competing in the event that has not ruled it out completely the twenty year old has won both Wimbledon and the French Open since two thousand and eighteen and Napoli wins a Copa Italia final every event this on penalties as Arkadiusz Milik nets the winning kick you had one for the previous five Copa Italians Napoli have last won in two thousand and fourteen elsewhere in Europe I'd let a commensurate shuts out assisted a three no behind the G. well Felix braced it all Liga match what political battle and I played a two all draw take a look at Germany Schalke streak of winless league games in a row has now extended to fourteen A. to a lost nine five Frankfort Barbara should normally get shut out by mines to nil finally RB Leipzig unfortunate Dusseldorf played to a two all draw a bilevel Goosen knocks of Cologne three to one Manchester city dominates arsenal three militants yet stay behind closed doors as a premier league return to action after the coronavirus suspension as Raheem sterling still find and retain the Kevin deployment all tallied goals win gives city a seven point lead for second place the league table over Leicester city good news baseball fans a new proposal has been sent by Major League Baseball Players Association for a sixty game schedule starting July nineteenth with full pro rated salaries and an expanded playoff format well the deal is not yet in place many believe the framework of the agreement is there with ultimately a sixty five game schedule being agreed to with the union given up its right to file a grievance MLB commissioner rob Manfred confirming he met with union head Tony Clark.
"milik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At guaranteed everyday low prices but the window world of Boston dot com now that's when the world of Boston dot com it is right now sixty seven degrees that's about as warm as it's going to get tonight down near fifty partly cloudy Sunday clouds and sun high in the high sixties on Sunday night down to forty nine and cloudy rain coming in on Monday should be sticking around just about all day temperatures getting up to fifty three on Tuesday some rain on and off a breezy day temperatures around fifteen and on Wednesday it's going to be windy and cloudy and just a couple of showers are possible again right now it's sixty seven degrees club seem to be sending out a bit over Boston maybe we'll get some blue sky at four fifteen this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Madison Rogers here the five things you need to know at four fifteen the latest covert numbers are in for Massachusetts fifteen hundred new reported cases and the new death toll is just over fifty seven hundred governor Baker is expected to give more details next week on which businesses will be included in the first of four phases and the state's re opening is also laid out his plan to expand statewide testing into December an officer fired shots in Boston there have been no reported injuries and the suspect is in custody this story is developing we're gonna have details as they come in the latest now on in America slowly emerging from covert lockdowns CBS news update forty six American states now reopening partially or in full but in a landscape transformed by covert nineteen in Washington state reporter Deborah Horne has been talking to a dentist prepare to reopen his all tied up with Dr Mike Milik.
"milik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With Dr Mike Milik talking about what he and other dentists need during a pandemic things like masks face shields goggles head scarfs face mask for the patients when they walk into the office Snee shields we've actually added additional staff members to assist the sterilization he is asking is patients to pay twenty dollars a visit to help defray that cost wasn't a hard decision to make but it was a very difficult decision to decide at a very nominal fee anyway this is hopefully going to just be in term fee that we charge our patients until insurance companies kick in more than eighty seven thousand Americans now dead of covert nineteen by far the world's highest death toll democratic controlled house passed another massive bailout bill last night but it's certain to die in the Republican run Senate CBS news update I'm Vicki Barker a congressional watchdog has now launched an investigation into the department of Veterans Affairs over their handling of covert outbreaks and Veterans homes the G. A. O. government accountability office announced this week they were asked to investigate the VA by a group of democratic senators including Massachusetts senators Liz Warren and ed Markey to ensure that aging veterans are receiving proper care there are already multiple state and federal investigations into the situation at the Holyoke soldiers home we're nearly ninety people have died seventy four of them testing positive for covert nineteen home health care workers have been on the front lines of the pandemic caring for elderly and disabled patients in their homes but as WBZ Suzanne sauce fill reports they're not getting the five hundred dollar hazard bonus other health care workers have been guaranteed honestly I think it was an oversight I don't think it was anything intentional against healthcare workers tell that to the home health care workers who have been putting themselves at risk every day during the pandemic but Julie what for cure the executive director of the home care aide council says it's not surprising because those workers have never been considered essential that's part of what the council has been doing for fifty plus years trying to get the recognition that work we have to work for it that's very important as caring for the elderly and the disabled in their homes and helping people want to stay in their homes you have to pay attention to our secure says she's been working with elder affairs and state legislators to get the hazard bonus to home health care workers Hey look we need to get our our eight included in that Suzanne Saltville WBZ Boston news radio WBZ has reached out to the health departments but haven't heard back yet prom is off this year at least in a traditional sense but a photographer in Pembroke is helping grads on the south shore by making sure at least one prompt addition stays alive WBZ TV's Julie McDonald I was very excited and they came home from school one day expecting to go back in a couple weeks and it was over no problem graduation and he was her nieces disappointments that inspired photographer Andy Ellis to create and capture anyway I never expected it to kind of grow into what it has become as of this morning I've done thirty ninth street and each year averages between two and a half to three hours my look the perfect dress school one worn those smiles should still happen elicits been shooting socially distance prom photos up priceless memories and the fact that she was willing to do this like just out of the kindness of their heart and sacrifice a whole day and all the gas like driving around just for to make a complete strangers situation like a better one like that was so unbelievable to me I really didn't feel like that was way more memorable and way more on that thank that's exactly why she's doing it being present for them and just kind of listening to what their stories are and what their dreams are where they're going to want to give them a memory isn't a cancellation I want to give them something good to hold on to the beach town of Narragansett Rhode Island is considering a resolution that would let police allow people to ignore governor Remond does social distancing orders the town council is set to consider the resolution on Monday it's been called mutiny and anarchy by some selfish and reckless by governor reminder if it passes Narragansett police would be told to use discretion and not issue fines or violations based on restrictions on places of worship restaurants and stores we've got traffic and weather coming up.
"milik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With Dr Mike Milik talking about what he and other dentists need during a pandemic things like masks face shields goggles head scarves face mask for the patients when they walk into the office Snee shields we've actually added additional staff members to assist the sterilization he is asking his patients to pay twenty dollars a visit to help defray that cost was it a hard decision to make but it was a very difficult decision to decide at a very nominal fee anyway this is hopefully going to just be in term fee that we charge our patients until insurance companies kick in more than eighty seven thousand Americans now dad of covert nineteen by far the world's highest death toll democratic controlled house passed another massive bailout bill last night but it's certain to die in the Republican run Senate CBS news update I'm Vicki Barker a photographer in Pembroke is helping make up for lost proms this spring on the south shore WBZ-TV's Julie McDonald brings us the story is very sad and they came home from school one day expecting to go back in a couple weeks and it was over no problem graduation and he was her nieces disappointments that inspired photographer Andy Ellis to create and capture anyway I never expected it to kind of grow into what it has as the economy as of this morning I've done thirty ninth street and keeps you averages between two and a half to three hours my look the perfect dress school one worn those smiles should still happen elicits been shooting socially distance problem photoshopping-umetnost-art-najlepsa-najbolja and way more on that's exactly why she's doing it being present for them and just kind of listening to what their stories are and what their dreams are where they're going to want to give them a memory isn't a cancellation I want to give them something good to hold on to just another example one of many of communities coming together during this unprecedented time another major retailer is now seeking bankruptcy protection having bankruptcy that export opportunity to reorganize and brickworks all laid down its retail analyst burger flicking Jr J. C. Penney by the way is a third at national retailer to file for bankruptcy just this month back on may fourth clothing retailer J. crew filed followed by filing at Neiman Marcus just three days later the Rhode Island beach town of Narragansett says it made nor the state's coronavirus restrictions with Memorial Day coming up governor Gina Raimondo is not happy and says the move will be selfish and reckless the state department of health reported yesterday that eleven more people have died from covert nineteen and over two hundred people have tested positive since Thursday the U. S. Coast Guard is now looking for a new owner to take over the Boston light house Boston light is three hundred and four years old quite a tradition it's considered the oldest staff light house in the country the original light house was built back in seventeen sixteen but destroyed during the American Revolutionary War according to the national historic lighthouse preservation act lighthouses are allowed to be transferred at no cost to government agencies nonprofit corporations and educational as well as community development organizations the U. S. divorce rate has dropped in the past ten years or so but CBS is Wendy Gillette now tells us now there's some worry that the pandemic lockdown could make divorce numbers jump L. a divorce lawyer Laura Wasser is getting a lot of calls these days from people at their wits end with their spouses or live bands and you know we try to kind of talk them off the ledge some are calling it corona divorce couples wanting to split up after spending too much time together during the lockdown still Wasser who has represented such stars as Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp is not expecting a big stampede to the divorce court when restrictions are lifted without sounding too Pollyanna is about and I really do think that if people are able to communicate and use tools and get you know more intimate with each other both intellectually and physically during this time they might come out of the the quarantine stronger Wendy Gillette CBS news.
"milik" Discussed on KOMO
"Be hard to find the right mechanic for the job ask your dealership in the I can handle the repair or if they can recommend a qualified repair shop a crossing guard in Kansas is dead after saving two children from a speeding car this is Kansas city police officer Jonathan Westbrook he was doing his job and doing it well unfortunately is struck by a vehicle police say the two kids were using the crosswalk near a school Tuesday when Bob bill noticed a car speeding toward them that's when the eighty eight year olds who was standing in the road with his stop sign started yelling at the kids to get off the street the car miss the children but hit the crossing guard he died at the hospital the school declared Milik hero for keeping those children out of harm's way whale researchers here in this state say an orca that was badly hurt earlier the kids happen Ansel has apparently recovered the kids have sons as researchers from the center for whale research confirmed they saw the killer whale named Jack swimming with his family north of the San Juan islands over the weekend without any noticeable signs of injury there had been concern that that Wale would not recover fourteen a let's check the yearly driver come of the traffic updates every ten minutes here ski area though blocking crashes or styles right now but we do continue to watch that drive on north at one six seven picking up as you're traveling through the summoner area and we're just starting to get a teeny bit busier around two seventy seven and then again right as you're approaching four oh five there's a very short slow down north bound for a five right around sunset that's not much to worry about yet with the average delays northbound I. five traveling to Tacoma city center a little bit of hesitation as you're approaching highway eighteen it won't last for too long and some minor crowding again around two seventy second a very small slow down south on I five at the exit to the Boeing three weight and everything and we're just starting to get a bit busier now south on I five at the four or five split in Lynnwood our next couple traffic at five twenty four and the cold eco roof forecast another sunny day are you getting tired of it no no around fifty five degrees today.
"milik" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Had and the drumming community and in the crosswalk community and I think his legacy will live on and will continue to celebrate it after walking the whole thing well how does that work when you guys have so much stuff there I know some of it's on loan I don't I don't know how it works and if you got stuff in catacombs under the rock and roll hall of fame or whatever else like is the louver something my guess is that it'll end up bringing some more things out from rush from new appeared in the days maybe weeks ahead or a my out of speaking out of turn exactly sure what we have in our collection from him but I'm sure if we do have something I would definitely bring it out but I know that tomorrow in the museum will be playing rush all day so bright that we also the song that are in our new garage where people can come jam along and place them Neil Peart hearts on the on the drums and things like that hello the way that we can kind of you know remember him and just celebrate the great legacy that he walks I was talking to people that throughout the evening so far sporadically asking Milik favor artists or albums of all time the songs or whatever else when you think about new appear you think about the the band rush you do you have maybe a top three albums or whatever showcasing what he does because I mean obviously we we that band is is it been around for so long and and did so many different things different sounds I mean from album to album it was always them but they changed it and and and that was may be challenging for a lot of people what do you take away is maybe the top three or four yeah I would definitely say that you know it's it's a little cliche to say it but my favorite is moving pictures I mean I just feel like the album is just the apex of matching sort of mixing progressive rock with the idea of accessibility just from that album or just action and then I will be checking out of the the DVD what is that I think from clockwork angels okay I was actually filmed in Cleveland it's just such a great live DVD the camera work is wonderful and you can see so much that was until the washing machines are dryers on stage right show that one I'm not a hundred percent sure okay you know I think I misspoke I think it's actually tie machine bass bass and video I'm I'm thinking out that's pretty strong either way like a both SO two teams that too yeah or anything else before I let you go in and I know this is all it is away from Neil but I got a mention Ringo Starr under rated on gun Anne I think it is that fair because people sort of was mocking make fun in a band like the Beatles there are people who market makes one do not understand Ringo's contribution I mean he started so many things and in the history of rock and roll I I can't even begin to tell you all of them there you go was a pleasure to talk to specially last minute a sad situation but hopefully we can have you on again in the future not some up in Cleveland when we get a chance to say hello in person Mandy Smith from the rock and roll hall of fame thank you so much and they can find you on Twitter the rock call I think it's at rock hall on Twitter correct are you very good take yourself enjoy the rest your week a quick break on the other side we develop khristich others your chance to get interactive favorite artist favorite acts songs and then we'll wrap this up by ten thirty as I think we've done enough on this particular issue more sterling on the other side seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on eighteen to your chance to get interactive on a Friday night seven hundred WLW morning stroll into the regional playoffs got the action Saturday he begins with Kirk cousins in his Vikings facing Jimmy Garoppolo enough forty nine then it's off the bottom where Ryan Tannehill in the Titan's look to stop lumbar traction in the race get a.
"milik" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Energy clearly a huge part of this game the bench Milwaukee's bins out scoring LA's thirty four to four we mention the twenty one from a hill leading those reserves where the books are right now the topic of conversation on SportsCenter with S. B. P. Milik Andrews was the gas Mike Budenholzer said after the game that not only is Yanis taking the shot he's looking confident when he does take them and even more than that he's making deep threes in a really tough important moments and if you remember Scott we had a similar conversation last year in the playoffs when Yanis was facing off against Toronto he just wasn't able to make those shots and this is the difference maker for the box this year because as they continue to roll as they continue to go deeper having Yanis be confident in taking those outside shots not only makes it easier for him to eventually drive into the lane but it frees up all of his teammates so as we look forward this could be something that really comes into play as we marched towards the playoffs I know it's only December and the fact that it came against the Lakers a really talented team you know you have to take his three point shooting seriously without question and it it you would you make the grade point is just December but look these teams don't get a chance to visit with one another to offer only a couple times a year unless they meet up come playoff time and I I noticed a book social media had a bit of fun with the Lakers and I get it but but what what's your sense within the within the space of that box team that you know so well about what this one night in December represents to them wanting like this you know the Bucks have a a nice balance going on with knowing that this is a regular season game they don't want to get too high and I I think that they are looking back at the fact that Dave beat the Toronto raptors three out of four meetings last season and still when it came to the playoffs they they lost they lost in the Eastern Conference finals.
"milik" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Decade of hard work and art and all that matters to me is the memories that I've had with you guys with you the fans over the years tell you do it I mean she's like the NASCAR of music because she gets it it's it's about the fans she also gave props to all holes he was in the running for the the decade award because what does she said last night windows she one of the favorite songs and I am so thankful to the AMA's because they are the world's largest fan voted award show in minutes from you put as guy we were talking about the last go a couple hours ago is just the thing I like about it is a fan it's a band award show which dot done by you know collaborators be lab agendas if you will inside the industry yes you are your wish of Paul's got zero was the host the one you want to get Google this morning Billy borders at well that was because my wife and I I'm gonna look at one because looks at those things that hold hands together and had some sort of slice of cheese emanating from his head of but it was you know but it again it was nice to see an awards show that wasn't too out of touch we didn't get crazy didn't have outlandish side shows that went along with it it was straight up performers we Sean Mendez Inc Milik bellow who did fan a fantastic version of of Havana I mean it was it was fun to watch it was something ironically some on Sunday night the whole family can sit around and watch because everybody in our family it's unique we all have different tastes in music and my son was little of said that there were more rappers in of course and I said well they'll get their time but see our was the host that's always act in asking that question early that's your host twenty minutes away from eight seven forty discovers your local laws until because tech in this morning news when we come back great on a flight it could happen the TSA that's the rules I never would have expected when you're.
"milik" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The buzzer beater W. F. N. Z. Milik mugs three at the old worn Charlotte past the try when I when I was six Langston Galloway career I thirty two seven threes for Detroit in defeat but it was all about monk and that game where he spoke on Fox Sports southwest what you saw in that moment how did you get I just got over some this win tonight can you just talk about how important it was an emotional game you guys spot from the start this one tonight going to do one more the team effort I mean from all of you guys that is how you got it done tonight fourteen so the middle I think that's what he was involved in all this is a technology to go how do you feel was on foxsports southeast by the way bill Russell meantime says he's finally ready to be all favor the eleven time NBA champion five time MVP Olympic gold medalist and two time NC double a chance AT on Twitter on Friday that he was presented with his hall of fame rang the private ceremony comes three decades after he was first elected he didn't attend the induction ceremony in nineteen seventy five saying he didn't deserve to be the first black player inducted the NHL the Washington Capitals are gone thirteen straight games without a regulation loss before Friday's match up with Montreal our place it's our right side wait speed three what city puts it on the side of that zero four one of the better places I think a little sick.
"milik" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm like Louis three to ground zero there been many reasons for me three self referential specially when we were doing an experiment with a ouija board some two or three weeks ago and the board was giving us all kinds of things to think about but one of the things that stuck in my head was the rise of evil is rising he believes it was of course is this adapted Muslim version of Satan or I'll she timed as many demonic forms they're they're a relationships within what I call the legion of demons that apparently made their appearances release their names were uttered during our ouija board session and I didn't think it was there to tell us that either he believes or Satan nor are Amman or entities other demons run the board Alice or atlas whoever was was trying to tell us something and all of the demons are represented with the demons were destroying angels are destroying god's word or the or the ones that were associated with being destroyed in fact all the demons you get guard you want to destroy you with all demons and devils gods are into the contemplative controller command of the cheap demons are Jan and they all started with many the middle eastern call to worship them as gods many demons represent pestilence and and a lot of them the death of children but he believes was a double but also is connected to another demon it was Russia by a group called the yes CD's and that demon was called Melek taus or melik melik house was depicted as a golden peacock in some areas he was also depicted as a horn bull god Eddie CD's would primarily in communities located in present day Iraq Turkey and Syria and since the late sixteenth century some Muslims even accuse the cities of devil worship due to the fact that in the chronic story of the be able is any kind of Miller's reviews about out of both of them were characters in the pantheon that inbound adamant Millikan Italy's both didn't bout Adam because they saw a man as an abomination that should never be or should have never been conceived the story melik involved into another the men or at least appeared other demonic have you has he believes and mail it became Satan devil mentioned by the Jews who venture became Christians melik also in some ancient culture K. Moloch willow Malik is the horned demon or god is often connected to child sacrifice Milik ably Satan and Moloch our demonic legions they share many of the same characteristics and what is most disconcerting is it was reported recently that a larger than life statue of Malik it's been placed at the entrance to the Coliseum one of the most sacred Christian sites in Rome and they say that it's there for an art display because he was believed to be the place where many Christian martyrs died they were fed to wild animals are killed by gladiators during the Roman Empire seventeen forty nine pope Benedict the fifteenth made it ever actually put Benedict the fourteenth rather made it official church policy to view the Coliseum is a sacred site were early Christians have been martyred he is all stations of the cross their declaring it sanctified by the blood of the Christian martyrs who died tragically so the placement of a pagan god response for the deaths of untold numbers of children in front a sacred site as the programs confused then I I I I I just don't understand why it's there it's it's very terrifying looking depiction of the horned god Malik the Bible is a good record the pagan civilizations and what they did out of allegiance of his demon according to the book of psalms they sacrificed their sons and their daughters to the demons they poured out innocent blood the blood of their sons and daughters who may sacrifice the aisles of cannon and the land is polluted with blood no matter the reason for the statue the statue of the one god Malik it is evident that there's a message there about what we've been talking about in the past shows about the sacrifice of humans for the sake of sustainability raising an idol the represents a god or a demon that has no regard for human life so it's a very chilling message about population control and the deaths of children order bring about balance of the planet I think this is sick I don't understand why this is done they see what work were actually acknowledging the art of of cartridge we are we are paying homage to the art of cards like back when they had the they they brought the arch of bail it toward all over the country when it did it was all sorts of chaos that happen whatever this thing would show up it's really odd that you know at the time of Saturnalia but this bold god is being put in front of the Coliseum which of course Saturn Kronos ages children.
"milik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We were just minding our business inside you know doing our jobs and some guy came in screaming to the store saying ever had to leave the store immediately that it wasn't a joke someone drove straight and the gas pipe within probably sixty seconds please the police are here all the businesses in the shopping center will be closed the rest of the day and tomorrow they can go back to their normal business hours in Wayland Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio a judge is expected to issue a verdict this week in the trial of a Webster man charged with causing the death of state trooper Thomas clarity on the mass pike three years ago David you're gonna is charged with manslaughter in this jury waive trial on this veterans day to Massachusetts mana running five hundred miles to raise awareness about veterans suicide Brian jurors one and Josh Milik left Cape Cod bound for Arlington National Cemetery they hope to raise a hundred thousand dollars FOR mission twenty two a non profit that treats veterans with post traumatic stress disorder they hope to complete their journey in eleven days still not settled from election day a close contest for a Boston at large city council seat she lost by just ten votes in a race in which sixty six thousand ballots were cast a hundred Singin must now collect fifty certified signatures of registered voters in each ward she wants ballots recounted and she has just ten days from the election that's this Friday to submit those signatures secretary of state William Galvin will work with city elections officials to conduct the recount require a lot of personnel to organize this recount ought to find a facility that's big enough to handle it all and then most likely you will take several days to complete it add to the mix absentee ballots from overseas which up until this Friday to be received and counted Mike Macklin WBC Boston's newsradio draws two days before public impeachment hearings begin house Democrats release more transcripts defense department official Laura Cooper testified on the day Republicans try to disrupt her closed door deposition we're gonna go and see if we can get inside the view was unanimous among national security officials the White House should not stop military aid to Ukraine and they were trying to engage president trump on this US special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker later told Cooper there was a statement the Ukraine government could make to get security money flowing the house investigation involves whether president trump push Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and Democrats well the administration was withholding military funds for Ukraine and Donahue Washington eight oh three time to check on Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is Mike looks pretty good yeah hi it's nice and quiet out there don a good time to hit the highways the upper end of one twenty eight is wide open no incidents to report between Wall famine Beverly routes three ninety three and ninety five they were all good to and from the New Hampshire line I could see route one in Saugus it's wide open up past Lynn fells parkway the expressway south in great shape from the tunnel down to bring tree split no more than fifteen minutes for you north sounds good coming in we'll call route three speed limit ride Braintree down into Duxbury the lower structure one twenty eight so okay no issues on which twenty four four ninety five south coming down from ninety three down down quiet just the way you like it the lower decks wide open so was the lever down ramp in the Tobin bridge strode drive looks good in both directions at mass have all the airport tunnels are fine and the mass turnpike free and clear from Allston Brighton out into Grafton miking WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network and Dave hours with the accu weather forecast cloudy tonight areas of fog late memory coming in from the north west toward daybreak a little forty to forty five tomorrow is gonna be turning colder why of rain but it'll mix with or perhaps even go over to just wet snow before it ends in the early afternoon areas north of four ninety five could see slushy inch temperatures start near fifty would fall into the mid thirties by day's end and then tomorrow night clearing and frigid hello twelve well in London near twenty downtown watchers of icy spots that are Wednesday mostly sunny brisk quite cold hi at thirty four but real feels V..
"milik" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They're looking at just one more that could impact schools Denver public schools spokesman will Jones tells fox thirty one it's a tough decision to delay or cancel school you want to make sure people understand that we're not just doing this **** nilly we have a process in place we have reasons for the decisions we make and ultimately we want to make sure the kids are safe school districts say parents should watch their emails and messages for the latest information on school delays and closures Colorado voters continue to drop off or mail in their ballots for the November fifth election so far more than three hundred ninety thousand people have cast their ballots Republicans have cast more than one hundred fifty five thousand ballots unaffiliated voters account for more than one hundred nineteen thousand ballots in more than one hundred fourteen thousand Democrats have voted Hillary and Chelsea Clinton have plenty of for dancing Colorado schedule book tour stop heads has to be moved to a bigger venue the Clintons are promoting their book the book of gutsy women the event had been set for Trinity Methodist church but due to demand the November fourth event had to be moved to paramount theatre in a new insurance survey where do drivers in Denver and Colorado rank on a national level fox thirty one to Alec froze breaks down the numbers into our lane and we had to swerve into the shoulder so they didn't hit us only three study gets Colorado driver's a C. minus using a hundred thousand insurance quotes and data from the Federal Highway Administration I think everybody should probably do another test at driver's and a few times it rang Stanford the eight worst driving city in the country according to the study Colorado has one of the highest bikes and car insurance rates a twenty seven percent increase from two two thousand twelve to two thousand sixteen house speaker Nancy Pelosi setting a date for the full house to vote on the impeachment process it includes a plan for public hearings that as president trump continues his criticism of the process says ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl in Chicago president trump sounded off on the impeachment inquiry comparing it to the case of jussie Smollett the actor who made unfounded allegations that he was attacked by trump supporters this is damn it's a real big scam just like the impeachment of your president is a scam we won't Capitol Hill former acting national security adviser Charles Kupperman refused to testify that's ABC's Jonathan Karl to ISIS leaders are dead after two separate raids over the weekend October twenty fifteen when two bombs exploded at a peace rally in Ankara Turkey killing a hundred and nine less than two months later touch screen Milliken her husband Saeed Farouk stormed a holiday work party in San Bernadino California using guns and explosives they killed fourteen Tashfin Milik pledged allegiance to al Baghdadi on Facebook both suspects were killed in a shootout with police that's fox fox's traces Gallagher and Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco won't be starting Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns Joe is that going to play this week his got a disconnect injury that'll definitely missed this week and then we'll reevaluate after the by who works at the head coach Rick Fangio says back a Brandon Allen will be the starter on Sunday if Flacco still sidelined after the upcoming bye week rookie drew lock could be placed in the quarterback mix our coverage starts at eight kick off at two twenty five our next update eleven thirty I'm Daniel shelling came away eight fifty A. M. ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado.