18 Burst results for "Miss Davis"
"miss davis" Discussed on WEEI
"Is not perfect. We know shucking. Here's the epic Field Day, Connor Green took aim at an awkward Super Bowl commercial. Here's Your Fail number two Super Bowl commercials are also about good, old fashioned family fun. And nothing, And I mean, nothing says good, old fashioned family. Fun quite like this, Miss Davis. Tommy just brought me into his office and whipped out his opinion. I like Manny. Tommy. I didn't just rip it out. She was in the wind. Unless I have a pretty big opinion, please. It's not that big. She'll give me second, Tommy. Not everyone in this office wants your opinion. Okay, Well, how about you last week at Happy hour when you begged me for my opinion? And that magical feeling pulsates through the Shap. So I actually felt weird playing that on the air, but I figured they did it at the Super Bowl, So I mean, it can't be that bad, right? Nothing says in the Super Bowl, like gathering the family together. You sit down your wife, your young kids. Just for them to hear about big opinions. I was waiting for Nick Foles to trot out there is their spokesperson. What? Gotta walk up big opinion, Nick. Hey, America. Here's big opinion. Nick with a really important message. You may forget the NFL had a game on Nickelodeon just a few weeks ago, and now they're dropping big opinion references. Maybe on the fun police. But my big opinion is that I was not a fan of the big opinion. Be a man. It was anybody else uncomfortable with that commercial. I certainly Woz. So was that awkward. Bogue's Well, when you have a 10 year old in a several sitting next junior, wondering and waiting for the what.
"miss davis" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The epic Field Day, Connor Green took aim at an awkward Super Bowl commercial. Here's Your Fail number two Super Bowl commercials are also about good, old fashioned family fun. And nothing, And I mean nothing says good, old fashioned family fun quite like this, Miss Davis. Tommy just brought me into his office and whipped out his opinion like man named Tommy. I didn't just whip it out. She was in the wind unless I have a pretty big opinion, please. It's not that big. Feeling any second, Tommy. Not everyone in this office wants your opinion. Okay, Well, how about you last week at Happy hour when you begged me for my opinion, and that magical feeling pulsates through the shaft. So I actually felt weird playing that on the air, but I figured they did it at the Super Bowl, So I mean, it can't be that bad, right? Nothing says in the Super Bowl, like gathering the family together. You sit down your wife, your young kids. Just for them to hear about big opinions. I was waiting for Nick Foles to trot out there is their spokesperson. Oh, I've gotta work up big opinion, Nick. Hey, America. Here's big opinion. Nick with a really important message. You may forget the NFL had a game on Nickelodeon just a few weeks ago, and now they're dropping big opinion references. Maybe on the fun police. But my big opinion is that I was not a fan of the big opinion. Be a man There. Was anybody else uncomfortable with that commercial. I certainly Woz. So was.
"miss davis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"You're not old enough to know the movie, but I liked the play on the words. Ah, Superfly that you're flying a drone. What sort of services can a drone operator offer? Um, there's there's a lot of different niches but specific niche on television. No is inspection. Like radio towers, Uh, buildings. Just like Inspectional infrastructure, like, Don't provide, like a safer, safer way to do that. Yeah, and probably less expensive and sending a helicopter to get look closely at Ah, Big tower somewhere, right? Yes. Yeah, There's also like photography. Of course in real estate did a lot. You could work for movie companies, man getting them not money shot of the sunrise or something when they hear making movies. Yeah. Yeah. Miss Smith. There's a lot of different opportunities. Okay, Miss Smith, tell me a little bit about how people can get involved in these programs. I have. Ah, have ah, email. I have a website come assume But I have the email where you could reach out and I'll create a listen once my website is created. I'll send out like I'll send out the email on the link and Ugo just go to my website. Look at my projects. My portfolio. You know, there's a way to contact me. This, David, do you hear him? Say his portfolio that that sounds great. It sounds amazing, And that's what we're trying to do is to give young people an opportunity to build a body of work that will arouse them too. Really succeed, particularly in in stem and in steams. For young people out there who might be interested in these programs or parents who want to explore a little bit and What am powerhouse might be able to do for their kids. Please visit M as in Michael present money. Bash power best health dot org's visit our website and one of the things that you'll find there. Is a video, which is information on covert 19 and prevention that actually Woz scripted and, um And assistant produced by some of our University of Pittsburgh undergraduates who are in power House volunteers, and some of them are are medical students as well. This is really an all hands on deck endeavor in making these opportunities available. Eyes their website Miss Davis that people can contact if they have a young person who might be interested. Absolutely em. Dash power Dash house dot or Gheit? Let's go to the phone, John and Greensburg Young Kitty Cave. Yeah, Chris with the drones. That's all there is one other good place to the military's always looking for people to do that. Well, if you want to fly drones to kill people you can do that. I wouldn't recommend it for other reasons as well. But my quit. My question is, how can we get And all walks like people that dropped the gun, pick up the hammers the wrenches. There's plenty of money to be made in the building trade. Well, evidently, that's what these folks were trying to do eyes that right? There's a lot of creative, creative idea that I came up with, like reaching out the different company, different businesses in different areas, so like that's all going to come about. All right, Let's get one more phone call there. Ross and Braddock. You Aunt Katty Kay. Go ahead quickly, please. In the spirit of you, Mr Moore and half Kendrick. Young man drone operator. This your services with every trade. Organization union. You can find a listing for in this area when you said infrastructure work, and Chris I know you were coming cheap but also serious about the movie. You will not be un busy with infrastructure work. This yourself with all those strange begins, All right. Good advice. Thank you, Ross. Appreciate it. All right. Um So, Terry, what do we go from here? How do we continue to urge our young people like the Shawn To do the right thing. Uh, well, it all begins with people like you. You're giving us the no, No, no, no, no. I'm only shining a light on what you guys doing? Listen to this. What it's about. It's about mirror, immolating and creating a domino effect. So individuals who are first of all Our young person like the Shawn. These are individuals that create a domino effect for change. But I also want to give a plug for the Boys Foundation. The boy's foundation actually created the audiovisual Kobe commercial for us If it wasn't for them, this commercial would not be out there and we're saving lives by actually. Letting people know more about co bit and how it affects topic. Americans at large. As a matter of fact, look at who website. Okay, As a matter of fact, we'll talk about that next week. We've got a doctor. That you've recommended to us to have on about the African American community on covert vaccines. Did Shawn I wonder when you You said you took advantage of this, but other people in your class did not. Uh did they try to pull you back and say, why are you doing this? So what? Why did you go ahead with it? Did anybody tried to dissuade you or are they excited that you did it now? I'm a strong minded person, so only anybody else's like I'd like to be different and nobody else is doing that. I figure like I can do this. I could be the first person do this. So like nothing. Nobody could tell me nothing. Young man. We look for great things from you, okay? Okay, Okay. All right. We've got about two minutes left, Terry. Miss Davidson. Any final words? You'd say the audience about the work that you all are doing,.
"miss davis" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"County Sheriff's deputies are in critical condition after an ambush shooting and the scene is wild at the hospital, where they're being treated. Correspondent Lee Inside happen outside of the hospital was that several protesters showed up here, chanting, making several accusations about taking action against the officers. And that, of course, drew a very swift response by the sheriff's department. We saw one of the radio reporters that was here at the scene. She had rushed up to the police line there to see what was going on. When she was suddenly taken down by the deputies. We're not sure exactly what happened there, why they tackled her and put her into a patrol car. SWAT teams in Los Angeles is still looking for the gunman in Georgia. Clayton County deputy is on administrative Leave is a sheriff's office investigates the use of physical force in a social media video. The video appears to show two officers violently pinning down a man by the neck. He has since been identified Its Rodrick Walker, his attorney, Sharon Williams, says Walker, his girlfriend of one of his kids were taking back a rental car. They were pulled over for what was described as a tail light violation does A young man that is driving and going to return a rental car with Miss Davis ends up Beaten. Attacked by Clayton County Sheriff's Department. And that ends up in jail when he was the one that was attacked. Walker is still in custody. Jail records show that in charge of two counts of battery in two counts of obstructing or hindering law enforcement officials Wins news time. 10 08 Well, the NYPD wants your help finding the guy who broke into a car service center in Manhattan early yesterday and just drove off with a Land rover. Got say, broke open the door at the mo Part Service Centre in West 55th hopped into the 2020 Land Rover and drove it right out through the garage door. He only made 57th Street crashed into the median on the West Side highway and left on foot. Apparently no injuries. Authorities still looking for him. They've released video windows news time. Adle Sorry, 10 0 night. The days are getting shorter, and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back A Duncan. It's the cozy You've been craving all summer. Long now in your cuppa Duncan pick up all of your pumpkin favorites like the signature Pumpkin Spice Iceland or a pumpkin ice coffee and bakery items like pumpkin doughnuts.
"miss davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Never seen the level of anger among players aimed at peers over anything the way we think of miss Davis has changed the game permanently it has damaged the game permanently reduced really farm their yard with how they handled the situation they are without question the number one villain in baseball right I love the fact that was so intense because baseball needs to fill in so we can have something to eight yes so it's easy to understand why how many baseball fans are upset with the Astros for cheating the game and perhaps stealing a World Series title with a venomous taken another level nationals outfielder Josh Reddick says he and other players have received death threats in the wake of the team's sign stealing scandal Reddick telling reporters in Florida that he received threats on social media which have also been targeted at his infant twins every day we get I think we will get him every day whether it's you know social media is private messages just won a lot of guys or feel for fear for even put anything else I should be because every response is going to be you know well obviously the cheater comments and then you know just give or take away two four with with death threats to knowing myself my wife my kids and I was just this is way out of hand to where it's skin crazy selection would really want to work like going to some some places where it could be very dangerous outside of all part two here bring your family says is definitely devastating the scenery people writing this on seeing her to just touch on a Redick expects to hear more from fans about the issue both on and off the field the things it could be dangerous outside the ballpark for his family Jeff Passan earlier on SportsCenter they said they worry more about their families and themselves and that's understandable there's going to be extra security in place for the Astros this upcoming season Major League Baseball and the Players Association are going to take care of that but families go to games families have to go out you know when the players are at the ballpark families have to live their lives in this is the sort of fall out that nobody wants in a situation like this the Astros may have cheated but nobody deserves this David Ross former E. S. P. N. commentator and current cubs manager on Golovkin lingo yet you Darvish made a great point here and it's it's I go back to if we're in the integrity of the trophy and and how much that means it's like an Olympic medal if you're caught cheating your metal strip so I think that would have sent a loud message I don't know that you could give it to another person but taking it away may have been the power move it may have made everybody feel a lot better that's difficult I understand rob's got a decision to make in trying to navigate through all those things but and and and my my when I look at it like that that's a world that's we're all fighting for that's what we're working here in spring training that's what we're doing our work put in those extra that extra time those extra drills also we can be the group that hold that trophy at the end of the year and the attack they didn't do it legitimately in the right way you know they don't deserve that might anions jury while the two ESPN senior writer Dan Rayfield joins us on the other end to size up tonight's heavyweight title fight to him the biggest in the division in nearly two decades that's next this is the S. P. N. radio.
How I Became Obsessed With Mopars
"Is how my obsession in with cars specifically Mo- pars came to be enjoy. The first few years of my life were spent in Mo- parts but not the ones you would typically expect. I didn't actually grow up around mope our muscle cars by the time I was born in one thousand nine hundred five. My Dad's sixty nine dodge dart was long gone on. So instead of a body mo par grew up around to Mow Pars. That would shape how I feel about transportation the rest of my life. My Dad traded in his his dodge dart for a brand new black. Nineteen seventy five tradesman cargo van and he became a banner he went from cruising in his dart in going on the street races and is cruising around having a good time to trading that in getting a van a cargo van to join the van mccrae's so he customized that van from the ground up. Porthole Windows Louvers big spoiler on the back that It had a yeah. It was a really cool looking spoiler. Fender flares sunroof crushed velvet interior with shag carpet tinted windows big side pipes and appliance steel. Spoke wheels come to think of it. I said on the episode where I talked about my Dr. They might dad's car his Dr had reverse crackers on it but now that I think about it I believe they were actually appliance steel spokes. That's that I just wanted to clear that up. In case somebody went looked at the pictures you know did some fake news reporting on me so he actually had appliance steel spokes on his. I do have have crackers for mine. That van was sold to my uncle. Ray Rest in peace on a few years after I was born and I spent a lot of time cruising around to Van Fares with my dad got in that van. I will never forget those. I still dig the book events to this day and maybe if my wife can get past the whole creeper van stigma. I'll get one someday. So let's talk about some of the other mope cars of my youth in Nineteen eighty-five when I was born. My Dad's set out to get a sports car. He had already built his van and I think he just wanted to have some fun again behind the wheel because vans aren't that Nimble and I think he just wanted ended a fun little sports car because at the time he was taking me so we live in western Washington At the time we were living in Seattle and my mom lived in eastern Washington so every weekend my dad was driving across the mountains and he needed something that was reliable and good on gas or better on gas than any van. That was going over there or anything like that so he ended up getting a black nineteen eighty five dodge dodge Daytona Turbo Z. It had louvers just like the van and funny enough louvers or making a comeback. I've seen a lot of these cars running running around with louvers on him including Mo- pars so I think that's pretty funny and I guess it just goes to show that history does in fact repeat itself. The Turbo Z was black with the red pinstripe. Sun Roof it had the louvers like already said a manual transmission and my favorite part of the car Chrysler's electronic voice alert system. If you don't know what. The electronic voice alert was in Chrysler cars in the nineteen eighties. Look it up on Youtube. The car had a robotic doc. Eighties voice I mean. Think nightrider okay. I and I'm not kidding. So it has this eighties robotic voice. That would alert you to things like low oil pressure low fuel Low Windshield washer fluid and it would tell you to fasten your seatbelts and it would even thank you for doing so. You have to understand that so it would say like warning. Your oil pressure is low warning it you know so. It was hilarious like thinking back so eighties like so eighties. But at the time you have to understand that that as a kid this was nothing short of magic. This was a talking car. My Dad owned nightrider. Only this was cooler because it was dodge Daytona Turbo Z. I remember bragging to the kids at school that my dad had a talking car and they all laughed and said I was full of crap. How Dare I? I knew what I knew and I knew it was true. The fact that they didn't believe me made the car even more special to me. My Dad must have had the coolest car on earth that nobody else had. My Dad clocked over a hundred thousand miles in that car. Basically in three years from all the weekend trips to visit my mom a couple of hundred miles away how he logged. That many miles is a long story but I spent a large portion of my youth on the weekends driving in that car in the back seat. Speeding we're getting pulled over in. That car wasn't wearing a seatbelt. I I was standing up in the backseat and we got pulled over and you know. Hey Hey dad make sure. I'm sitting down with my seatbelt on at least you know but You know it was a different time. Then road tripping is definitely in my blood I love it and I think a lot of that stems from all the time spent in the backseat of that Daytona. So it definitely holds a soft spot in my heart because I I spent so much time in it. Yeah here's a funny memory a few years after the Daytona was traded in on something something more practical for our weekend road trip so a conversion van that my dad bought I was in second grade and there was a show and tell for the class. Now Mind you. We hadn't had the car for a while at this point and I insisted on bringing a picture of the Dodge Watch Daytona Turbo Z to school in the second grade for show until I just wanted to show off how cool the car was and I had my whole will spiel down. I was GONNA explain why my dad's old car the turbo that we no longer had was cooler than any of the cars. Those dorks could possibly even imagine in. This car was out of the future. It talked for. God's Sakes I had a great case to make and I did just that to about twenty blank stares. No one gave a rip about my story or my dad's car or anything like that. In fact I remember everyone including my teacher. Miss Davis looking at me confused. Everyone else had brought in toys pets little trinkets and knickknacks. And I rot in picture of Mike. Tad's old car. It was that point that I realize it. They were all dumb and I was a car guy. I didn't even know that term existed. Then all I know is that my enthusiasm Suzianne for anything that could be driven started as a young boy and followed me into manhood. I was absolutely obsessed with semi trucks and cars. It's no wonder nearly three decades later. I would not only still be a car guy but that is also be driving a truck for a living. I'm a commercial vehicle driver. I guess it was destiny. There are two other MO- pars that were in my life that had an impact on my youth and the first was in nineteen eighty. Five Chrysler. Lebaron that my grandma who I knew as Nanna drove all the way up to the point that she could no longer drive. We even traveled halfway across the country in that car. I spent a lot of time in that Chrysler as a kid. Next to the Kenilworth I would drive later in life. That Lebaron Barron took me to more places in this country than any other vehicle in my life I was never too fond of it though but I associated. My grandma with that car are so in a way it was very special to me and my dad's still has it. As I grew up in gained more knowledge I realized what at a p O s that Lebron was because it had a two point six Mitsubishi engine in it what a disappointment that was what garbage garbage it was.
"miss davis" Discussed on Jane The Ripper
"So how is the weekend getaway with wonderful? Wendy really great. Thanks definitely needed to recharge and the bed and breakfast was actually better than the photos. How was yours nice and quiet the change of pace? That is definitely needed. Mike even took pity on me and handled the housework being the saint. He is working. This case has been intense. Yeah I get it. Something felt off with the way. Claire responded to the question about whether her attacker had any distinction or not. Yeah if she could vividly remember how Pale the guy was. I guess any markings would have been pretty noticeable tour but why not tell US Grant Morris? How's it going with the Copycat Case Morning Sarah We're making some progress. Claire was finally able to give us her statement. Excellent work anything that we can use. She gave us a basic description of her sealant but it felt like she was holding something back. We're going to follow up. Hopefully it's nothing stress pros trauma maybe whereas confirming the longer this goes on the more fear seeps into the public's mind keep working on it. Let's see if we can wrap this up soon. Claire stands over the Stove. Occasionally stirring pasta and checking on the chicken and veggies in the skillet. All right food is almost ready. It looks like coming clear Pierce through the hole in the door to see abby staring at her phone. Hey Abby commend. Dinner's almost ready. Perfect because I am starving here you go digging. Yom. You're the best so so you look like you're doing better. Yeah Yeah I am. I Dunno I finally got a good night's sleep I guess I can't function without my sleep. I mean no not that. I've been through anything similar. Obviously you know it's just that relax abby. I know what you meant. Thank you for saving me for making an ass of myself. Are you shirts. Just a good night's sleep though you seem different in a good way more confident or something. I just decided enough is enough. I'm tired of feeling scared. I need to take back control. You know that's an impressive turnaround. Says I'm really proud of you. I'm I'm not sure that I could do it. I'm going after a Miami Him. Him who the man that attacked you clear. Don't be an idiot. It's the only way I'll stay sane. I have to do something for myself. Abbey. I can't just sit around waiting for the police to never find him. That's exactly what you should be doing clear. This isn't like you. You've already told them everything you remember. This isn't the movies Li investigating the police. It's literally their job. They have more resources and experience. Which hasn't turned up a Goddamn thing yet claire yet? Look I can't pretend to know what you're going through but conducting your own investigation isn't the way to move forward. You're just going to put yourself in danger. I really need your support here abby. I'm here for you. I just don't think this is the right way to go about it on my dad's the same thing. Of course. They did their mom and dad. Let's just finished dinner. Watch some trashy mindless TV. It sounds like your brain has been working overtime. I guess you're right but thank you now. What's for dessert though? Hey Claire How's it going gotTa Say? I'm a little surprised to see you after what went down between you and Richard. Oh right that well water under the bridge I guess that was more like Whitewater rapids destroying a bridge. Have you talked to him since no but I'm sure I know if I was fired something tells me he'd relish it. You got that right. I'm glad you stood up to him though he was way out of line. Not that you don't already know that. Thanks I appreciate that Sam. I better get to my office though. Have a ton of claims to get to. I'll see Ya in good morning. Miss Davis Good Morning. Mister smiling. Is it sorry will after your outburst last time we spoke. I just thought I should check right about that. Look Mr Smelling Lease Colby Rich. You're lucky I didn't report your horrifically. Callous comments to HR. I Bet I would have had a more appropriate interaction with a four year old. Excuse me don't you have to go through some kind of sensitivity training as a supervisor. I mean it's basic human interaction one on one. I Beg your pod. Beg All you want Dick. You're not getting any pardon for me now if you'll excuse me. These claims are going to approve themselves. I just if I wanted to get a tattoo. Where would I go mel of Wendy waves over to her spot at the bar and has a glass of wine waiting for her? She sets her purse and coat on the chair. Hey how was your day? Oh lovely I have to warn you though. I only have time for one. My parents are in town and taking me to dinner. Oh sure of course I just appreciate you meeting me. I've really been struggling with how to talk about these murders with my children. Oh God it's also tragic isn't it? How are your kids handling it? So far so good. There's the occasional insensitive comments. Sure but no one is acting out or anything like that. All pretty standard reactions. I think today one of mine asked me if this could happen to their mom. What do you say to that? I mean I recovered and told them that the chances of that are extremely rare blah blah blah. But I'm not sure a believe my own words. You can't think like that Wendy. The police are on it and I'm sure they're working around the clock. Your sensitivity is one of your strengths. That makes you a great teacher. You're doing fine and I'm sure the kids are handling everything as best they can. They know they can talk to you if they're worried. And you know you can talk to Liam or me or your parents or a whole slew of other people. You're right Mel. You're always right. Well I don't know about always right but on average yeah so how is the weekend getaway with Lovely Liam? He's not normally one to spend a ton of time outside the city fight. He was definitely able to relax a bit. Well I'm sure you help. Take his mind off things Melanie. I can neither confirm nor deny. Oh my gosh. Your face is red as a tomato you might as well have yelled at through a megaphone. I blame the wine. Sure blame the wine. We've really had a great time though. I don't know everything with him. It just feels right. I can't really picture my life without him. Oh that's so sweet. Be still my beating heart. It's Liam well someone's ears must be burning now. Who are you talking about me just mel? Don't worry hi lovely Liam Liam. She's not rung. You know anyway. What's up Mike? Invited us out to dinner and drinks tomorrow night. I wasn't sure if he had anything going on. Oh that's sweet of them sure. That sounds nice now. Let her know of course sweetheart by what was that all about Liam's partner and her boyfriend invited us out to dinner and drinks tomorrow night. Oh Fun I haven't been on a double date in ages. I'm surprised he didn't want to make an excuse not to go. Normally who tried to wiggle his way out it will. What do you know guests? You two are getting pretty close but as much as I'd love to hang around and tease you. I have to get going. I don't get many free dinners these days so I have to capitalize. I'll see you tomorrow. I should get going to tell you folks. I say well do by. We'll jack the GYM loving male nurse. Hoti managed to win the heart of the spunky blue haired web designer Maggie. Join US every other week to discover if this unlikely pair will have their happily ever after or fizzle out the end of season one is available for your listening enjoyment now at Clinton cast dot com or anywhere new podcast. Hey there what can I do for you? Hi I was looking for someone that does smaller intricate pieces finger. Tattoos stuff like that. Gotcha we don't typically do things like that here. Well I don't I know money is money but those aren't worth it for me. You might try the pony or why not tattooed though funny actually. You're the second person that's asked about. Somebody like that. Recently some cop was in here asking about the same thing. Thanks for your help in that other detective asked me about the Ring Tattoo if they already knew about it though it's like they aren't even trying to solve my case. Claire Moves Down. The list heading over to the pink pony. Unfortunately it's another dead end. Frustrated she moves onto. Why Not Tattoo as she walks in she immediately gets the feeling that she's in the right place? There're Celtic pieces. All over the walls complementing the other medieval style artwork. Welcome to why not to. Do you have an appointment if not? It's going to be quite a way. I'm actually just trying to track someone down White Male Ring Tattoo on his finger. Don't you cops talk to each other? Excuse me Oh right Well you know different precincts and all that sometimes communication is always the best. Hate to bother you for the same information but it'd be really helpful. Yeah sure kids name was Robbie. Banks paid with a stolen credit card. I thought you guys arrested for those robberies. What he do this time. I can't comment ongoing investigation and all that. Thanks very help pay. Don't you WanNa leave a card or something not Robbie banks.
"miss davis" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Today miss Davis chipping in with a touchdown of his own for the Kenyan god a touchdown stands I it did not look like he got his foot in bounds but it may have been too tough to overturn I'm not sure what the explanation was we'll try heading back to Denny cap in Detroit because they're still two minutes left to go Patrick bones in the chiefs have the ball down buying three at their own thirty four yard line Seahawks and cardinals are under way in a scoreless the bills trail the patriots sixteen to ten at the two minute warning right now and the Buccaneers off to a quick start with a touchdown early against the rams in LA up seven to nothing also the Panthers make it two straight wins sixteen to ten over the Texans Browns get the five hundred mark knocking off the ravens forty to twenty five in the writers pulled off the colts thirty one twenty four we're coming right back with more hi own football on CBS sports radio. do you have frequent heartburn like the kind of heartburn were you stash antacid everywhere you feel like you've got to have those chalky tablets just in case heartburn strikes if that's you know that there's an easier way to deal with heartburn right probably sick OTC just one pill a day will last a full twenty four hours zero heartburn if I was to go to see you can actually simply not get heartburn in the first place no more stashing in assets try Prilosec OTC one pill a day twenty four hours zero heartburn it's possible with Prilosec OTC use as directed for fourteen days to treat frequent heartburn not for immediate relief right now the.
"miss davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of the news, you would probably miss Davis. Quickfire. So right now via ABC helicopter crashed onto a roof of midtown Manhattan building. It made a hard landing onto the roof of a building set a fire official just actually a little bit ago, they are everybody's on scene in my NYPD, NY, new York, Fire Department are all on seeing a high rise helicopter crash. No more details are available immediately. But will keep an eye on it, and bring you anything that died comes anything else. That is developed also. See here are a couple of things this I, I don't know. This comes by way of a British paper in North Korea, Kim Jong UN reportedly executed a general by throwing him in a piranha fish tank. Actual headline stuff. I know. Right. They say that, that's how he did. He was planning a coup, and so Kim Jong UN apparently threw him in a piranha tank, the victim's arms and torso were cut open with knives before he was thrown into the tank, so you know, it could have been. He just, you know, those wounds and he drowned. Or maybe it was the fish. But that that's sounds horrific. Good night. Progressive is hate to being mocked, the New York Post is slamming David mammoths comedy about Harvey Weinstein. They saved a huge disaster, because it's essentially shoving into Hollywood's face of reminder about how they caught a Weinstein for all of these and David Mamat is a I mean, he's, you know, Broadway a he he's written plays. He's written screenplays. He had a oh my gosh. I can't remember I can't even think of the name of his book, I had it, and it's such a great book, but he was actually talking about, it's the secret knowledge, David, it's a New York Times bestseller book, the secret knowledge. Wjr, the dwindling of American culture, great book, a lot of you. If you're a conservative, you should read it, but they're coming for him with that now Spielberg is apparently writing a horror show that you can only watch at night, says variety what like you wouldn't be able to, like, with Netflix or anything. It's a horror series that users will only be able to see what their when their phone knows that it's dark outside. That's interesting. Very interesting. I don't have any other details of it except it's, it's four Qube, which is some sort of service at I don't use, and that he's already written five or six episodes of it. I'm curious to see how that would work out secret life of pets. Two defeats X men thirteen or defeats x-men sorry, the Phoenix dark Phoenix. Wow. For the three day weekend dark Phoenix's, apparently had a really really bad weekend. Why is that? You think I'm sure it's, we're it's going to be blamed for some social Justice, where your stuff, right? Or people don't like them in something like that. I'm just waiting stay with us..
"miss davis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Of the news. You would probably miss Davis quick. I have never heard of such a thing this ever so apparently neck cracking caused a twenty eight year old man to suffer a stroke. He had a stroke from this have you. I've never heard of anything like this twenty eight years old Guthrie Oklahoma twenty-eight-year-old had a stroke by popping his neck. They said that the act of it cost this guy, Josh hater to tear his vertebral artery. And he said the moment I heard the pop everything on my left side. Started to go numb. I tried to get an ice pack from the fridge. And I remember I couldn't walk straight. The doctor said it could have been worse. He could have had a life and stroke. He could have formed a clot on the and had a life in stroke. It did cause a lot of damage. You said he had vision problems for few days still struggles to walk and had painful hiccups for a week and a half. Wow. I didn't realize that. That's crazy. That's crazy. Also new numbers coming in from the CBC about stimulant overdose deaths. Searched by third twenty seventeen twenty three thousand one hundred thirty nine Americans die. They died with stimulants in their system. They say that the even though it's the most attention they overdoses road grows by a full third in just one year. That's that's we have a serious problem where it comes to this stuff. Sixty nine percent of Americans say prisoners shouldn't be allowed to vote reports the hill. Yeah. Peter Mayhew, I met him once Comecon played shoe. He pledged you Baca he has passed away. I passed away yesterday Harrison Ford gave a heartfelt statements in that he was a kind gentleman possess. Great dignity and noble character. Seven foot three news in Texas today age of seventy four stay with us more in store..
"miss davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Unlimited access to over fifty million solves download the Amazon music, Admiral. Tony cats. We'll take a look at Venezuela. Have they reached full civil war status? Six to nine and eleven to one Tony cats right here on ninety three WIBC broadcasting from the Lone Star state your town. Danish show. Let's get you set up the day with some headlines and all of the news. You would probably miss Davis. Quick K H O you channel eleven in Houston. No jail time per school bus driver who admitted to raping a fourteen year old girl. The twenty six year old will also not be included in the online sex offender databases because he's considered low risk. This comes from Houston. Channel eleven it was in Watertown, New York where this judge in New York handed down only ten years probation last week after the school bus driver. Shane pike p ICAT twenty six is registered as a level will be registered as a level one sex offender, but he because he has no priority says the judge and there's only one victim the sentence. The judge says is appropriate. And so he actually is going to be it literally still doing a he's going to be a bus driver this guy. So, wow, this how I think we're gonna come back to that one deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has given. His resignation to the president this from daily caller, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein who submitted it yesterday after months of speculation that he was gonna leave the Justice department. It becomes affective on may eleventh may eleventh is that we're gonna have a new deputy director. This is awesome. A father thinks 49ers draft pick dre greenlaw for what he says was protecting and really saving his daughter when someone roofing hurt they slip something in her drink at a college party for years ago. Dray greenlaw the forty Niners fifth round pick and last week in L draft which thank in the series of tweets on Saturday by the father of a college classmate. Jerry daily says greenlaw attended a keg with his daughter for years earlier university Arkansas they were both underage, and it was at the party where he says someone slip something in her drink and tried to steer her out the door greenlaw sauce. Stop the guy and said, she's not going anywhere daily said that greenlaw risked everything to protect his daughter. And if there was a fight he was risk. Getting thrown off the team daily refrained from publicizing. Story at the time because greenlaw was not twenty one during the period of the party, but he shared it. After the linebacker was drafted daily editor request for his fans. Root for dre. He's a good kid with a good heart. That is awesome. Awesome. Awesome story. Are you? Sure, your childhood vaccine still has you covered. Because experts are now warning anyone over thirty now need to boost your shot as the measles rate is soaring soaring to over seven hundred if only they made a vaccination for that as children. Over ninety percent of US children are vaccinated against measles. But the vast majority of cases in this ongoing outbreak are amongst those who are unvaccinated. There's actually been an increase in infants going to the hospital as a result of contracting measles, a small percentage of six because they're notable for vaccination a small percentage of people who are adults at some point had one or two doses of the MR vaccine the shots have simply some not worked in people meaning they need booster shots. They say up to ten percent of the seven hundred four cases in the current outbreak are those who received one to two doses of the vaccine, but they're saying now if you're over the age of thirty because of the outbreak you should consider getting a booster shot. An intoxicated woman age fifty arrested after asking nine one one operator how to kill her seventy six year old boyfriend because hitting.
"miss davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Jeez. Oh my goodness. It's time for headlines and now all of the news, you would probably miss Davis quickfire. All right. So. I don't even know where to start man. It's too funny. Okay. Okay. Let's see this. I have so many windows open. You've just I have have more than we actually need today. These are not as bad as the other ones. Okay. So these are better. This is kind of scary rural lot scary rollercoaster broke down and left tourists hanging face down over a fifteen story drop. I am sick. Oh my God. It was in west. I want the thrill ride was called the gravity. Max. It that is. Yeah. The it was designed to tip writers over a cliff hanger. So you would hang upside down for like a few seconds. And then it drops you onto the next section of the track. But the twenty tourists that were visiting. They hovered above the drop for. Yeah. For a little while. Yeah. They were left there hanging upside down for a while twenty writers they were then made to leave the coaster platform on foot and had to take ladders down to the ground. Thankfully, nobody was hurt. But my word they figured out what the problem was it had to do with some sort of misalignment largest spent drug bust in history made enough to kill over fifty million. People says daily caller US customs and border patrol seized enough to kill fifty million people from a truck that was trying to cross the border the southern border. This is insane. At one truck large enough to kill fifty seven million people that's more than the populations of Illinois, New York, and Pennsylvania. Wow. No. There's no problem. Problem. And the polar vortex. Eight people have so far lost their lives over all of this. And people have even been warned to turn their their thermostats down to sixty in the lower sixty. So as to not have power outages, stay warm out there, folks. More in store can't go anywhere. Feeling overwhelmed by the start of.
"miss davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"H A S Kentucky. Breaking news, weather and traffic station. Guys. Hang with me just a second here because this Davis. Story. I think they'll wind up being a bigger deal than what we're thinking right now round county cork Kim Davis. Remember, she had the religious beliefs and as the county clerk around county. She would not she refused to issue marriage certificates for same sex couples. So now, the governor, and and some of his attorneys are calling on her to pay the two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over said, refusal of this, right? Hang with me. So now the governor has praised miss Davis in the past. And now the attorney say Davis failed to do her job. A three judge panel. The six circuit court of appeals in Cincinnatti will hear the case tomorrow to decide who must pay the fees. The district court ruled in two thousand seventeen that Kentucky the state must do show and the state is appealing that decision. So she didn't do her job. So, but then she left her job early after she lost on the election. And so now they're saying as a result of that she has to pay the freight on this governor Bevin, by the way. It's also interesting to note corner herald leader. That the governors general counsel. Steve Pitt said Wednesday yesterday that the governor still personally supports miss Davis in contesting the federal courts awarded attorney's fees against the Commonwealth outside counsel, retained by the Beshir's administration to represent the governor's office have taken no position as to whether MS Davis acted unconstitutionally. Governor Bevin does not believe that she has done. So and continues to support miss Davis actions. Where's this going? Well, I guess at the end will, you know, we always here, you can't see the government or can the government. Sue you for these kinds of things if you were an elected official who refused to do your duty shouldn't elected official be held accountable for not following the law, and how many times has that could have been broken maybe do legislators or otherwise, for example, not funding the pension at levels that it was called for by them to vote on to make sure that they they they budgeted correctly over the decades because I don't think this is the government suing a private citizen. This is the government suing Kim Davis. In her capacity as former Rowan county clerk, let's technicality is because she left her job early. But they're suing in that her actions that there's those suing for for financial actions that took place while she was on the job Commonwealths dime. This isn't all that terribly different from Andy Bashir and governor Bevin trading lawsuits over everything right? I mean, it's it's too political. But it's that coming out of their coffers. This is coming out of a citizens coffers now as a private citizen private citizen, but she's going to have to you know, there's there was no way of knowing when this all played out that she was going to be challenged and lose a general election bid the other question. I would have is could late say the federal government as a result of whatever happens in this case, then sue any other state government, governor or representatives if the federal laws not. Harkin here or in the law. If you will I wonder what could set up here. I don't really know. It's getting I'm getting into the weeds on it a little bit. Don't let the federal like the US attorney general doesn't they take states to task if sure if rulings are, but they take states to task this is this is different because it's more personal. It's about a person paying the freight for not doing her job as an elected official. That's where I'm kind of getting getting to hear. I mean. Well, she. Yawn Kim Davidson her her defense. I mean, she's entitled to have her her religious beliefs. We all have religious, beliefs and standards and morals and whatnot. But you know, there comes a time where if you're going to be on the state's clock you have to do it states way and she opted to take her personal stance and bring it across the line out of the realm of state government. And I think that when you blur that line goes both ways, and that that's.
"miss davis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Kentucky, NS, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Guys. Hang with me for just a second here. Because this Kim Davis story, I think could wind up being a bigger deal than what we're thinking right now. Rowan county cork Kim Davis. Remember, she had the religious beliefs and as the county clerk around county, she. Would not she refused to issue marriage certificates for same sex couples. So now, the governor, and and some of his attorneys are calling on her to pay the two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over said, refusal of this, right? Hang with me. So now the governor has praised miss Davis in the past. And now the attorney say Davis failed to do her job. A three judge panel. The sixth circuit court of appeals in Cincinnatti will hear the case tomorrow to decide who must pay the fees. The district court ruled in two thousand seventeen that Kentucky the state must do show and the state is appealing that decision. So she didn't do her job. So, but then she left her job early after she lost on the election. And so now they're saying as a result of that she has to pay the freight on this governor Bevin, by the way. It's also interesting to note corner herald leader. That the governors general counsel. Steve Pitt said Wednesday yesterday that the governor still personally supports mistakes in contesting the federal courts awarded attorney's fees against the Commonwealth outside counsel, retained by the Beshir's administration to represent the governor's office have taken no position as to whether MS Davis acted unconstitutionally. Governor Bevin does not believe that she has done. So and continues to support miss Davis actions. Where's this going? Well, I guess at the end will, you know, we always here, you can't see the government or can govern. Sue you for these kinds of things if you were an elected official who refused to do your duty should elected official be held accountable for not following the law, and how many times has that been broken maybe legislators or otherwise. And for example, not funding the pension at levels that it was called for by them to vote on to make sure that they they they budgeted correctly over the decades because I don't think this is the government suing a private citizen. This is the government suing Kim Davis. In her capacity as former Rowan county clerk technicality is because she left her job early. But they're suing in that her actions that there's those suing for for financial actions that took place while she was on the job Commonwealths dime. This isn't all that terribly different from eighty Bashir and governor Bevin trading lawsuits over everything right? I mean, it's it's too political. But it's that coming out of their coffers. This is coming out of the citizens coffers now as a private citizen as a private citizen, but she's going to have to you know, there's there was no way of knowing when this all played out that she was going to be challenged and lose a general election bid the other question. I would have is could late say the federal government as a result of whatever happens in this case, then sue any other state government, governor or representatives if the federal laws not. Harkin here or in pension law. If you will. I wonder what could set up here. I don't really know. It's getting I'm getting into the weeds on it a little bit. Don't let that with the federal like, the US attorney general doesn't they take states to task? If if rulings aren't yeah. But they take states to task this is this is different because it's more personal. It's about a person paying the freight for not doing her job as an elected official. That's where I'm kind of getting getting to hear. I mean. Well, she. Kim Davidson her her defense. I mean, she's entitled to have her her religious beliefs. We all have religious, beliefs and standards and morals and whatnot. But you know, there comes a time where if you're going to be on the state's clock you have to do it states way and she opted to take her personal stance and bring it across the line in the realm of state government. And I think that when you blur that line, it goes both ways, and that.
"miss davis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"All of the news, you would probably miss Davis quick. Oh my gosh. I there's so much. I can't even. So I this story's made me so sick and so- outrage. Additionally, there's there's only two stories that are doing this. So this nurse. Thirty six years old was arrested for your remember the story that we shared of the woman who was in a vegetative state. And then suddenly she had a baby out of nowhere, and she has been in this nursing home for another nursing home. But it's like a home for people who are medically fragile, right? The hacienda healthcare facility said thirty Nathan Sutherland was arrested because his DNA matched the child's. He was placed on a five hundred thousand Vaughn, the twenty nine year old victim gave birth on December twenty ninth. She'd been raped at the facility she had been in a vegetative vegetative state at the hospice after she nearly drowned in nineteen Ninety-two they said the baby is doing well now police are investigating whether other residents have been similarly abused and his mugshot. He is a disgusting. Looking peo- ass. He is nasty nasty nasty. I think they need to kill him death penalty. And I keep I get aggravated because the Daily Mail keeps going, oh, he's a devout Christian. No, he's not death penalty. This is why the death penalty was made. And we better start increasing the deterrent for these people because they thrive on us not doing. So they want the indulgence of your understanding. So they want a Massachusetts Dr removed a kidney from the wrong patient after mistakenly reading DC T scan of a nother man with the same name taken on the same day. Yeah. Dr. Angkor Parikh was reprimanded. He admitted the error. I love how they're like error this kind of cereal healthy kidney from Albert Hubbard in two thousand sixteen. Mr. Hubbard Shad was shattered after he told he had less than five years to live the dad of threes. Actual C T scans showed his kidney findings were normal. The he the doctor said, well, there's been a real bad mistake the patient with the disease kidney is said to be in remission. So now the healthy guy. Yeah. This is absolutely unbelievable. He was a he'd been like a long distance runner and all kinds of stuff. And so then others lawsuits that are pending. Yeah. That's not an error. You've wreck that guy's life. I Panthers to Chelsea and viola off a train because he does I don't even understand. Why classic FM has the story of this music. Hater, I guess, I don't know what his problem is these passengers had to watch their stuff. Get the story regional express and Germany last week this drunk man decided to throw all of these instruments. They had like fifteen thousand dollars. Worth of damage to to these instruments. This is just crazy and Venezuela opposition leader declares himself. President the US probably recognizes him as interim president and Madero cuts ties with the United States after Trump does. So.
"miss davis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"King then I'm Rachel Martin King James may be moving away from Ohio but not before making a special kind of, investment in his hometown LeBron James and the city of Akron Ohio partnered up. To build a public school called I promise it's meant to serve at risk kids the I promise school opened, this, week brandy Davis is the school's principal and she joins us now miss Davis. Thanks for being here thanks. For having me described the first day school when students and parents showed up into this new space This is. The first day of school was like, a huge pep rally the entire day we tried our best to. Have the most normal day for our, students but that was pretty difficult right hands of. Media outside entrances blocked off there was a huge. Stage in front of the school and. I mean really in actuality how can you have a normal day when. The the best basketball. Player in the world is at your building walking around touring with media it was a great state show Yeah it. Was just an amazing atmosphere tears excitement joy for what's. To come so, just describe what, makes this school different I mean clearly beyond the fact that LeBron James is the benefactor what what are these kids going to get as, a result of being students there Our school, is the I promise. School is unique because not only are we as stem designate at school by. The stable but we have trauma informed support because we are truly into educating the entire child the whole child focusing not just, on their academics but also on their social emotional needs as, well and then I feel the missing link and public education. Is family wraparound supports we have a family resource center housed. On the, premises of our school because we're not only into nurturing and loving our. Students but we are wrapping around our arms around the. Entire family ensuring that we're providing all of. The supports that they need we should just take off a few, of these. Specific, benefits I mean parents who need, the, support, will we'll get support to. Complete a GED they will get help finding? A job, as they needed students are going to get free meals, there the tuition to the school is obviously free and public school Akron public school And they will get free college tuition if they graduate from high school to university Akron absolutely absolutely, we are providing that solid foundation so that our students are, not only strong academically but they are contributing members of our. Society as well well then let me ask you big picture. This has, happened before that a well-meaning individuals celebrity maybe maybe not foundations with money. Have have put cash into schools for at risk kids. And results have been mixed what has to. Happen to make sure that I promise is a success over, the, long term The it's a true longstanding partnership Akron public, schools and Brian James family foundation already has standing partnerships. Since, two thousand eleven and just having everyone. Sitting at the table making decisions and all working, together for the goodness or the the best way possible for these students to learn that is what it's all about. At the end of the day it's all about our students and what works best for them Brandy Davis is the principal the I promise school in Akron Ohio. Miss Davis thanks so much for, being here have a great school year thanks thanks so much And you. Are listening to morning edition from. NPR news I'm Rachel Martin. And. I'm Noel king Five forty nine now and John sepulveda's is standing by with the California report we'll get to it right after we, check, in with Joe McConnell and get another look at the mute on this early Wednesday morning. Joe the painting project is going on in the old Amman pass. Again in the noncombat direction eastbound starting, at Greenville with one of the four lanes blocked in it's stop and. Go through, that stretch at least up until about just past Flynn heading towards gret line road westbound usual stop and go traffic starting at eleven street onto a five westbound the worst of its over past, grantline bay bridge toll plaza back it up out to the overpasses with the. Metering, lights. On but they'll problems on that bridge or any other Joe McConnell. For KiKi QB Thanks Joe his report. Brought to. You by Pacific catch west coast fish house support. For k..
"miss davis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's. Morning edition. From NPR news I'm well king and, I'm Rachel Martin King James may be moving away from Ohio but. Not before making a special kind of, investment in his hometown LeBron James and the city, of Akron Ohio partnered up to build a public. School called I promise it's meant to. Serve at risk kids the I promise school opened this week brandy Davis. Is the school's principal. And she joins us now miss Davis thanks for being. Here thanks for having me described the first day of. School when students in parents showed up into this new space the first day. Of school was like a huge pep rally the entire day we tried, our best to have the, most? Normal day for our students, but that. Was pretty difficult right hands of media outside entrances blocked. Off there was, a huge stage, in front of the school and I mean really in actuality how can you have A. Normal day when the the best basketball, player in the world is at your building walking around touring with. Media it was a great state show, we had yeah it was just an amazing atmosphere. Tears excitement and joy for what's to come so. Just describe what makes this school different. I mean clearly beyond the fact that LeBron James is the benefactor what. What are these kids. Going to get as a result of being students there. Are school is the I promise school this unique because. Not only are we as stem designate at school by the stable Hieaux but. We have trauma informed support because we are truly into educating the entire, child the whole child focusing, not? Just on their academe ex, but also. On their social emotional needs as well and then I. Feel the missing, link and public, education is family rep Around supports we. Have, a family resource center housed on the. Premises of our school because we're not only into, nurturing and loving our students but we are wrapping around our arms around. The entire family ensuring that we're providing all of the supports that they need we should just tick. Off a few of these specific benefits I, mean, parents who need the support will, we'll, get, support to complete a GED they. Will get help finding a job as they. Needed students, are going to get free meals there the tuition to, the? School is obviously free and public school Akron public schools and they will? Get free college tuition if they graduated from high school at the university of Akron that's huge absolutely absolutely we are providing that solid, foundation so that our students are not only strong academically but they are contributing members. Of our society of well well then let me ask, you big picture this has, happened before that a. Well-meaning individuals celebrity maybe maybe not our foundations with money have have put Cash into. Schools, for at risk kids and results have. Been mixed what has to happen to make sure, that I promise is a success over the long term The it's a true long standing partnership Akron public schools and LeBron James family foundation already has it what standing partnership since two thousand eleven and just having everyone. Sitting at the table making decisions, and all working together for the goodness or the best way possible for these students to learn that is what it's all about. At the end of the day it's all about our students and what works best for them Brad Davis is the principal of the I promise school in Akron Ohio. Miss Davis thanks so much for, being here have a great school year thanks thanks so much And you. Are listening to morning edition.
"miss davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Mvp thurman thomas was on the sideline for the bills first two offense he please something was clearly a miss davis in running back thurman thomas let's see that kenneth kelly checking off the line is garbage starts back wanted to hand the ball off was left with nowhere to go hits pounded the 45 forty six yard line busted wife busted kit of davis was supposed to love the ball which makes us ask what's wrong with thurman thomas when they played the national anthem before the game thurman and who whoever the player was next to him laid their helmets on the ground the thing the national anthem holder hand order heart when the song was over the other guy reach down and picked up what he thought with his helmet but it was firmer do we crack down now thurmand was without calvin reportedly begin the bills it was not an auspicious beginning but the same could be said to the redskins and bear quarterback mark rip it the first three places game we had a running play to kathy place and fathy place for threestep drops in both threestep drop hit pretty hard actually found out later on but i had crack rip and they played the rest of the game with crack ribs anaconda sidelined that there are guys what the heck is going on here you know and jeff plastic you know one of our senior leaders basically said hey listen uh rip don't worry we're gonna wear them down by the end of this game and it's everything's gonna be fine which is probably the profited by a score listened to sneak feel first quarter deeply weight the second and that's when the redskins began to find their rhythm breaks in the back from makes first in goal at the one here's a deranged nobody judge them all all properly all it's sixteen doesn't with the ominous told of the legendary jack book prophetic down seventy developing at the hands of the bills hope to ride the orma beer quarterback to get back into the game but james lock in remembers.