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"mr evans" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"mr evans" Discussed on Double Toasted

"He wasn't a real man. Kospi really didn't deliver babies. Dr huxtables in prison for rape. I never heard of this before him. I wasn't familiar with. So i was born in the nineteen seventies. I didn't watch la one thousand nine hundred television dale all. Right would they wanna do reboot you go call you you get you. Somebody said you pixie. Yes the animals to our her match. Well i'll handle it chihuahua. Chris grizzlies grizzly adams. There's like chris doogie. Howser isn't a real at what he was. A revelation was brilliant for his age. You mean al wasn't a real alien. Johnson puppy all. Oh man but you tell me. Smurfs aren't karbel's punk bitch. Leur love it harake. Then we go here we go. Let's see yeah good to have y'all here today. We're going into some of this stuff here people. they're good. I want to take everybody fall. The subs that have been coming through. Yeah a lot of support today. Sub actually have been having coming through. Yeah thank you guys today. Really appreciate that. Thank you for being here folks. Thank you for being here for two. Shows wasn't gonna. I'm gonna leave it alone. Terkel really didn't do a urkel. Did do all my god really didn't do. Oh let's see Folks today on the show got here. You know do a as you say a truncated version of this now but it's still a lot of stuff to talk about here necessarily gets into gaming little bit of a excuse me a little bit of a delay in the resin. Evil universe for people already forgot about. Oh that's the best thing. Oh shit okay and some bad news for you. Nicholas cage fans out there. But glad to have you on the show and i want to thank. Everybody wants to being here so please please people. The show has just begun. Join us join us with an email. If you like. Kate kumons at gmail.com. That's casey ins. E gmail.com your emails with any questions comments out and put it up on the social media. Twitter instagram facebook. And i'm too busy taking all of your kind words messages your emails mr juicy. Herman you follow me on twitter. Actress jerem discord mr evans. Seven simulates contemplating you channel. Classic last patriot glass. Also people go ahead come off. We're not gonna stop is not the stop the yet so i just asked that she be cool and let us know what you plans on cooymans at gmail.com and let us know your move into this wonderful city of austin texas are if you just simply passing through wanna hang out with you. Good.

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"mr evans" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mr evans" Discussed on KOMO

"Flight to touch down in California. But now is Dan Diamond reports in the Washington Post. We're learning that the medical team who met Mr Evans and others weren't properly trained. They didn't wear simple protective gear like masks and clubs. And joins us on the coma. Nuesslein Good afternoon. How are you? I'm well, thank you before the plane landed. What kind of preparations were made to receive these potentially infected Americans? The plan was to have the state of California take custody of these Americans, but that fell through. At the last minute. The Centers for Disease Control determined that California didn't have medically appropriate facilities. It's the responsibility fell to the Federal Health Department. Which scrambled several dozen staff. They were sent to meet the evacuees at Air Reserve Base in California. And many of these folks were social workers They want people who were specialized in treating infection control. Covert 19 was not something that they had prepared for, so it came as a surprise. Many of those folks that they needed to have this protective equipment or even how to use it. You know, I think a lot of us probably remember how seriously the evacuation flights and quarantines were treated during the Ebola's crisis, and so we know the ability to do that existed. Come down to how it would play out on TV cameras. In this case, we'll dependent on which part of the evacuation. So what folks were first arriving, which was about 5 30 in the morning in California, there were some CDC officials there. There were some public health experts. But then again, there were these other health staffers who had never been trained for situations like this who are working with the evacuees. On paperwork who were sitting shoulder to shoulder with some of them in small rooms, is trying to fill out forms. Those those folks didn't always have masks or gloves certainly weren't told to wear them. Then there was an episode that federal watchdogs uncovered and that are reported on Where at one of these really town halls where all the evacuees were gathered together, one health official told others Look this. This could be bad objects. If people are taking photos and putting them up on social media. We don't want to scare anyone. So let's take off our gear and that alarm some of the health officials, but they do what they said they were told. So now there's the office of the special counsel investigating. There's The Washington Post investigation and report from you Are the people who were in charge at the time admitting to any failures or are they defending themselves? You know, I got Bob Chair. Oh, the top lawyer at the Health Department on the phone last night. He's the guy. Who oversaw part of the whistle blower investigation, He said that it was Problem, certainly that the Health Department wasn't prepared at the beginning. But he argued that the health Department move very quickly to get more protective equipment out that there were no infections that they were able to trace back to this dad handling of the first evacuees. Within a week there was a second evacuation. He said that that was much better prepared for with more equipment, more standards and so on, And he also defended the tough treatment of the whistle blower, he said. She was reporting these claims second hand it was incumbent on the lawyers at his department really pressed her claims and hold them accountable. But again, that's something that the special counsel disagrees with. And I think the thrust of the findings is that what the whistleblower was saying was true that health officials were put in the position. Where they weren't prepared to be safe and succeed. Spooky to read. I think at this point in time, especially with where we are with the pandemic now to see what was going on exactly a year ago. Dan Diamond with us on coma news reporter for the Washington Post, and you can find this coverage online at Washington post dot com. Dan Thank you. Thanks for having me. That's cool. Most Taylor Band size with the interview. Comeau News time for 39. Come on news. Are you ready? Make your best guess Who is it? Who is it? Time for the co Moh afternoon sound bite. And economists agree that if there's not more help Many more people will lose their small businesses to roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their families..

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"mr evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There is a question of that overhang of debt. The unbelievable expansion of debt globally over the past nine months in order to plug this hole what that will do to growth going forward Now, I'm just thinking about our conversation about zombie companies. Not that long ago 20% of the large U. S companies considered zombies. What does that do to long term growth in the United States? Do you think it's adequately priced in? So the B. I s has done a lot of work on this and what they have repeatedly said now for several years, actually is that if we have a bigger share off Cos that, ultimately more unproductive and using resource is using Catholics using workers. Then you do run the risk that that begins to have some macroeconomic implications. On top of that comes also the other issue to your question, Lee said that if you do have such a significant increase in the amount of U. S Treasuries outstanding What should you then be watching? You should be watching for risks off potentially talking about downgrades to the sovereign of the U. S pitch already has us sovereign on negative watch should also be looking at Treasury auctions for what is a bit to cover ratio doing should also be looking more broadly. The demand is supplying the Treasury market So far, everything is fine. But it's pretty clear that when you think about the very significant actions from the Federal Reserve, there is some very important questions about the man is applying Treasuries that we all need to think about also over the coming months. Toss them when you optimistic about next year, so I am optimistic about the vaccine, and I do think it will work. But this very unusual situation where there's more clarity about 2021. Then there is about the rest of 2020 that is really making it very difficult. When you sit with your spreadsheet and try to put together your forecast for the global economy. It doesn't make it quite complicated to think about well markets trade on the bad news in the near term and the downside risks. With markets look through that and just focus on the vaccine next year. That's why there is still a risk that things could be still a bit bumpy in the next few months before we have they finally and so on the vaccine, whether this is something that will help everyone and really will be as helpful as we're all hoping at the moment. Tossed them wonderful to catch up on. Great to see you in a new seat. Fantastic. Tossed this lock there now of Apollo management. Thank you. We are here in a little bit more from the Federal Reserve. This is from the Chicago Fed President. Mr Evans, speaking over on CNBC in the last couple of minutes, he said the emergency facilities have been very helpful. Because the Treasury decision on those Fed programs quote Tom disappointing that tension just started to build as the day progresses. You want to hear it again? Mr Pollution, I think scheduled to be on the death star's well, we will see that coming up. This morning and John, you know, we'll just see where we are coming to Friday and into the weekend as well. It's a moveable feast. I should point out the president is tweeted at least eight times this morning. It is about the themes that he has focused on right now. Nothing, John. Surely stayed about it. But never this week in state to the president has greeted that beautiful day in Washington. Wasn't uncomfortable. Common this market I've got to say with that points to the S and P 500 negative about 2/10 of 1%. Not much movement. Lisa, if I told you yesterday when we were talking about high yield On the price and sensitive buyer standing there on the sidelines, disrupting this market, keeping it insulated. I told you this would play out in the next 24 hours. Where do you expect that market to be? I would expect there to be more of a disruption. That said, there is a question of first of all, whether this could get expanded next year. Right? So Joe Biden coming in Couldn't potentially increase this of program for the Federal Reserve, reinstating it in a way and giving it ammunition, so it's not off the table. But there also is a question of how useful it actually was. And here's the thing, John. I think there's a real conversation about whether the Fed should be involved in credit markets at all. But the idea that it could be stripped from them this ability to do so without discussion. That dissonance with two heads of major agencies. That's what I would think would be a little alarming to markets. Lisa complained when they stepped in Tom Complaining about? No, That was I'm saying. I think there's a debate and I think I know why you carry on. No. It sounded the debate. Iran will do its okay alongside Tom Keen, at least a promise I'm stepping away. Yourself in a way. I've just been going my fleets out on Twitter. I'm just doing fleet. How's that going? It's just hurry. I mean, honey, I get it. I'm on instagram. You know, I'm like Instagram husband on Twitter. Instagram on Twitter. What's going on? Yeah. Fleets up next James Athey of happening. Standard investment. This is Bloomberg. Now.

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"mr evans" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mr evans" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Okay I'm along for the ride. This is do. You know. I got the doom patrol. Nice that like. This universe. Almost an everyday occurrence. That this is something that go. This is something we kinda deal with normally on split saying. As Nick knows all right. But Yeah, so so. You know just the six men kind of show up in this version there like I said they're kind of like the ghostbusters, a little bit, which is a little different from how they're presented the comic books, but I think. I think it was good to happen that because it kind of made them more understandable, you know that the audience like they know what ghostbusters, so it's just essentially. It's like sex ghostbusters and. And that's kind of the way they are. So which is like okay in the when when you start seeing these kind of like sex, ghosts going at it across. Do Manner. You kinda you kind of get a better understanding about what's going on here. It's almost like you know. The the Porno version of ghostbusters a little bit. But but I but I take it. It's not exactly your cup of tea. I. I was I was okay with it was just. Getting into that a different twist, and then it's just like. How how how are they going to wrap? Things up. With, what's going on with Dorsey and that? What was the main key because they weren't around a whole lot, yeah. So I, mean they were Kinda under used a little bit, but with everything else was going on kind of made sense. Well I think it was I think it was done intentionally to. With the idea that okay, we've got all this thing you know with with Danny and everybody's having. They're having a party, so something's gotta come. Screw this up right right so so in this case it's the former of shadowy Mr Evans in the sex men. Coming in to interrupt things and kate take on a completely unexpected track..

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"mr evans" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Dot Com. I'm Mike Miro reporting for the liberty. Beam reminding spread liberty with a smile. And you've had a taste of that power. It's hard to stop mayor. Hal also apologize for her first response to the controversy when she blamed Jerry. The paper boy. We're stealing your coupons and replacing them with the fakes what to say she could have ruined my career she goes to jail forever and in what many are saying is the ultimate indignity mayor. Jalen's photo has been put up on the Kroger so called banishment. Wall in between such undesirables. As the fredericks boy and infamous gum thief. Mr Evans is the onion news network Looney all right and welcome back everyone to the Saturday edition of questioning forty live. You've and we have. I Guess Developing.

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"mr evans" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dollars that's Mr president adds up to two thousand dollars a week yes it's a tidy sum Mr Evans to be sure but to tell you the truth tonight we play our last game our last game yes to be Frank with you Mister Evans the sport of the game is beginning to fall on me I've decided to retire out of the country sue the delights of horticulture flowers about helping you know all I see even you can tire sending men to their deaths and just what do you mean by that Mr I mean that you are a coward Mr president you have created a monstrous game and yet you haven't the courage to fly it yourself you question my courage that Mr I do and I question your honor to it seems to me that if you profit by your clients you should take the same risk they do we were very important and young man but I cannot let your accusations go without rebuttal indeed it might be an interesting experience the previous last gave myself a kind of fitting climax to a successful career of course Mr Evans on the Monday and some apology when it's over you don't mean that you are actually going to take a chance this house I've often been intrigued by the excitement of my clients now I might as well see that that excitement myself before I close be here off the clock the news that the president was going to play created a sensation among the members he dealt around and then another in the third time around for.

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"mr evans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight eight six six zero one seven one one more time four oh eight eight six six zero one seven one summer winds nurseries it's at three locations and they have Japanese maples won a one and the colorful custom creations March fourteenth of March twenty first and twenty second acidic gardening one a one that's rooted entrance camellias and azaleas March twenty eighth and twenty ninth hanging basket gardens and in April growing herbs so I'll be announcing those as they come up and probably their addresses next week too that sounds like fun I okay March seventh Saturday nine AM to twelve pollinator plant sale this is at the Falkirk mansion on force no one was that on fifth street Mr Evans street in Centerville I didn't get the address because they didn't put it on there advertisement all four inches for its part for four dollars for a pollinator plants and this is sponsored by the marina master gardeners so bring your cash your check book and go to Falkirk mansion from nine to twelve next Saturday are in Santa Cruz at the Alan Chadwick garden again I don't have an address because it wasn't on their page March seventh growing medicinal herbs in the home of as that sounds like fun so you can get tickets at go it by going to W. W. W. dot brown paper tickets dot com and look at their website that is also linked on our.

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"mr evans" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

Two Vets Talk Pets

13:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

"Eight hundred six dollars. Wow. If he continued, that's nothing to snow. It. Nothing too. Law stipulates the person myself into fee within joint or safety of on cancel land into fee interfering. So he can we drill down on that. What's the big? What's, what's grunt doing to interfere with other people in the council? And that's a good Christian missed said, grunt Mopti big, but he's no more dangerous than a pit dog. You know what we've done up to sixty seven episode. He Louison quite often. We've spoken a bat dog Bont injuries. And, and the pipe is regarding the how generally dog from dogs at a known to you, not once we covet anyone being bitten by a peak. Well, I haven't done a PubMed search. On the breed. That might be involved all the circumstances. You know, you have not putting at here that it's braids Pacific legislation. Lewis come into come into play with with peak. Boy, land rices. Billy bell. Is Honey, glazed ones, and is he? This is slow cook variety. Got something to do with in the breeding. Going to not officially inseminate them. I've been slide cooked pooled. All right, K. Right. Dogs Evans said peaks, exercise. Hey, needs a band era. Dire gets cranky and starts crying on sent a sign big. Cena. Suckling. PM curling curling pig. Nine nine oh, that'd be hot. Breaking. Cry. Daddy Cree be crossed because he's h many cookies said about something. Yep. So, so at the very emotional, man, daddy pig. You know, they never delve into his backstory Lewis. Hashtag daddy pig. Grundy's the size of a dime, but rise wise around three hundred kilos Wangaratta made Deanery said, cancel responding to capital of complaints from the public and the band was a matter of public safety, ROY cancelled us to act on these complaints just like any dog that he's complained about in the lead. Cancel cancels. It was to complete the grunt had teiken food for a child bump bump. It wasn't candy. And another incident when Victoria police was called to help contain the peak after he escaped for east pain. The place today. On a big fan of air armed forces. So I'm not going to guy for the. The police getting cold in for a pig. That's just yeah, that's, that's, that's, that's low hanging fruit that just needs to be lift law threatened a tune into sausages, unless he gets back pain. That's why I'm wondering whether or not a emotive charges. Steal the kids, the kids, motivate a ham sandwich is probably trying to liberate it. Said a free. Polk scratching. It's not illegal to Wilkie dog as long as it's on a leash. Yes. Same thing with a pig. Let's hope something can be worked at maybe if the pig war a muzzle. Muzzles peaks in the clinic, not wouldn't have. Interesting. On my. And especial especial lay the place. Do you and, and sort of single autumn's Google Basel's peaks comes out live muzzles pace? Yeah. Mr Evans said grunt, just put an apple mail. Male. Mister Hinson granny's popular among the green, and that has never received a complaint about grunt children, fade him all the time. So it doesn't understand what cancel. He's talking about. He said here, the first on Mr Evans's benishi with the complaint from cancel that grunt. Ilise. She cancel told me Stevens e was on Cape. A pig of grunts saws on his two point five hectare property. We rightly told them the Lewis says we could have at least twelve pigs on a problem. Striven cid. They backed Dan. He's, he's brought it. Absolutely. Mr abrahams. He's hoping compromise can be made cancelled his meeting today to discuss grunts public walking future. Wow state Yoon swan at the council. Well, that's any more. Maybe, maybe I'll have a scratch around the trough and save it. I can fall. No. So we'll know if if pe- peaks Vars or whether is it big Ceylon on bike in? See whether or not he use one of those Honey guys ones or. Yeah. Mapaleng. He's math that he's very interesting is because the. From a Cape ING point of view. Everyone always got dogs and cats which you big ones. I'm bunnies. Yo you along had Guinea, pigs in Queensland are Are that that are. are variously illegal? But once you start getting into the law stunk sort of things, and that's when you start to things get a little bit sort of Mickey a die, as far as then you've got densities and different sizes of what you can have like even chickens. I didn't think you're allowed to have chickens here in, in Kingston, if they adjusting a faint, like a battery fence, it has to be a wife from aband- fence. What's the reason on that might be because the rats, they just I in your property, rather than coming next door eighty tomatoes which currently doesn't work putting their fingers in and getting them picked off assign. Oh my be, maybe some of those real real vicious chickens chickens taste Louis. Or now always doing a little bit of a search ran and fan, an interesting story of a of a bulldog that swallowed. Nineteen baby pacifies. Nine little pacifies by far is that the thing off the Tate of a bottle or dummy or something like that kid the old grain ones. Right. So, so it's not like I, I think we'll come from these half. I don't think the been going and stealing, stealing dummies from other kids gonna to that owner luck dummy shop. And maybe him. That's what I sell all dummies are us all maybe they use these dogs, the decoy that going into shopping, they stealing them getting the dog ate them. And then taking them home, and then we'll they've actually had to have this dog into Skype to try and have pulled out. So the interesting thing with the story. So so this was on, on ABC news. American Ivy saying you saw Boston veterinary hospital go. Quotas surprise recently when a family bought in the bulldog, after he stopped eating the angel angle animal medical center fan, non teen baby Pesci is in the Doug stomach it started in eight. April says been going on for couple of months when the wills family notice that three year old dog Malta started, getting nauseous before meals. He's gonna Emily Shanahan bought mortem to the vet who prescribed medicine to tie care of the issue. I think about giving him a pacify because that can sometimes hope with knows with nausea. Yes, socking in that sort of thing. Slowing it though losing a Cape giving him to him every time and nearly twenty might be this is the twentieth one in the pack of behind the free of the behind the couch way. They've gone Stu nauseous. I've even checking the kids males. Yeah, I think kid be swallowing them. So so went there and they took an x-ray. Unfortunately, we don't have a patriot the x-ray, but I can imagine that these things would have looked like all these round Celikkol things just sitting inside of this, this BULLDOGS, Tom. Yeah. But this is the petrifies will removed using middle skirt that did not require surgery. So mortimer's recovered and is back at home and is now looking for something else, too. Roy. So he's noise and he's anything's only for the reason why bonding all the all the all the things sorry. I mean you'd think at some stage between number one and number nine teen of having lost that you would have worked at with I'd gone. And if you happen to say, one of those non tain though, is going inside of your dog that then if it wasn't coming out the other end you got them saying, pen, something's happening is fi Christians, Hemi. Keats that I go and twenty-six pacifies, you got in the hassle, you think they going some way, I'm not just dropping behind the cat, shoebox dot to get empty. They got two kids. I think it said summer in. He might be. Yeah. Shanahan's two children, the Vits that mortem has been taking the pacifies from Shanahan's two children over the course of month. They wanna say to children who are sixteen and eighteen years old. That's right. Hey, what's going on with pacifies? There's something else to distort. Yeah, some, some sort of finish anything. They've got some sort of like a pig mosques, Lewis eight muzzle your big Big mouth. pig muscles. In bulldogs? That guy's already. I'm this climate. So I'm all advice on the show is generally Niger. So please consult, you before falling any advice bowl, you'll pit we do better, the most up to date information. But is that medicine is continuing advancing in changing plays lettuce Nova missed anything or if you need any clarification. Or if you missing a whole lot of pacifies, or if you've got a late on trying to get pig muzzle might full for very motivated in Wangaratta and. Bhutto. Nosy. Other things pop from pests vase. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. It could be other things going on at last week. Talked about how heavily regulated that we are as Vits. Yes. And that's actually, and what is the behind behind? Eight. Not allowed to call myself. Yes. So thought we'd stepping into world, that's generally Pooley regulated rise, which of course, we mentioned last white dog training. Yes. And this stuff into by a Ma personal experience. It's not an exhaustive least. Not saying that the people that do it do it, policing poli regulated. Yeah. In his no governing body that deals with the registration all credential, following up, all people that, do these jobs. There are some excellent dog, trainers out the but from a regulation point of view. It's kind of the wild west. It's about the climbs, I suppose people can make in training ads signing ads all on the whip saw or might be flaws that sort of thing that you get, and the language that they use might be to disguise or in flight or conflict. What actually happens during the trying? So obviously small experience of it a little bit of assistance from Facebook, friend specialist at behavioral specialist. Steitz Ilna, Rosza Rosina. She's fantastic. And took ratify spook and also an article those written by avowal huge. Us. So the first thing woods that sometimes a used different. So the woods and these rate flags for me. If you see on the website, it's not every time but experience. It's really, really comment this twenties guaranteed results. Not. Yes. Vye stuff is guaranteed. And that includes training, and I'll make them more Wiedeman, talking about behavior problems that they sighing you know, it's a money back guarantee. Guaranteed results or even unlimited training often for what so fees often a bit of a red flag, and also dude behind that when dealing with the computer, yes, you can program do what you must've as you want it to do not the Thomas listen up lighting podcast last week. Not. A computer say, come on ease waken cure fix any problem. Yes, any, again, anyone on the stand behind, head isn't amputated limb guy for you. You what you've been able to do or anything that is watching your alma. Anyone does behind Nuys that, that there is never a queue up. That's so true. Very rarely is there Accua for by from many of them, the mental healthy shoes, the going on, and I recall ongoing management, and that especially full for Christian. Yes. A one climbs. I can cure and fix aggression cured. It's really, really backing up their own trade. Yes. Yep. An and of course, as anxiety and also reactivity, come on the Hugh, you'll reactive dog, which is often counted for a dog. That's aggressive evil. Yeah. Yes. It would situations another thing he's instant results, brought, yes. Can fix your five year old aggressive charring in three weeks solved? It. Vet through that before they must have some special queue can do it so quickly. He easy, and that can also linking with climbs of fixing severely, aggressive dogs dogs, that everyone else cont trait, and that so they can fix them and all stop them from bankruptcies in is that climb, which is just ical. Yeah. Yeah..

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"mr evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Priebke at the VA medical center in Augusta Georgia. Morning, Mr Evans doing all right. How are you? That's where I met Dr previ-, and one of his patients. How Evans good this morning. Thank you, feel good to Evans is a retired army Master Sergeant he's paralyzed from the chest down, but not from a service overseas. This was ironic twenty five years in the army, and never got injured Vietnam. And I was in Korea by first to Germany, the bottom on gang was blowing up things around while the station. Nothing today before retirement. I was driving down the street. This kid with shooting cars shot through the bag. That was in Wichita Kansas, ever since Evans who sixty seven has been struggling with lots of medical problems two years ago. He went to the VA for what he thought was just another bladder infection and ended up in intensive care. I went to is a you had to being vacated. Wow, that's terrifying. Yes. Oh, is scared me? And I don't scare easy now. It's unclear exactly why Evans got. So sick turns out he had a bone infection too thing pneumonia, and he's doing well now but urinary tract infections are a huge problem for paralyzed people like Evans. And Dr says those infections are getting harder and harder to cure, we're getting to the point where there are organisms that are resistant to every known antibiotic by fear is that as we are in this arms race. They're just to point where we are not able to keep up with the enemy. The resistant bacteria superbugs take over and we have nothing to defend against it. So previ- is leaving the first attempt to tested entirely new way to fight to per bugs. A new kind of antibiotic a living in about made out of live viruses, that have been genetically modified using the gene, editing tool crisper, if we're successful with this, this revolutionizes the. Treatment of infections in the world today. This can be the game changer that takes us out of this arms race with the resistant bacteria and allows us to use a totally different mechanism to fight the pathogenic bacteria that are infecting us. Good morning, sir. How are you today? In another part of the hospital. I meet another paralyze Ricky McNeil. He's also been plagued by antibiotic resistant bladder infections, Dr previ-, and one of his colleagues, Chris Myers are explaining this studies. They're launching to test this new kind of antibiotic the steady sponsors, locus bioscience and this company is going to use what's called a bacteria five, which is the type of virus that attacks specific types of bacteria, bacteria Phages are the natural enemies of bacteria. The scientists are trying to turn them into superbug killers by using crisper hijacked the bacteria's own immune systems, which is where scientists discovered crisper in the first place and turn that against the bacteria to literally shred their DNA would crisper is able to do something that we've not been able to do before in that is very selectively modified genes, too. Target the bacteria. This provides us with a new weapon that we can target against the enemy. Okay. The company sponsoring the study is one of several trying to use crisper like this to fight lots of health problems by targeting only bad bacteria in the body, and leaving the good ones alone, Stephanie strategy is at the university of California. San Diego really exciting because we've been using antibiotics which really have a scorched earth approach to the treatment of infections. So they don't just kill the bacteria that we want to kill. They kill friendly bacteria microbiome as well. The microbiome is trillions of friendly microbes that inhabit the human body. The potential is to groom. The micro by own to weed out unhealthy bacteria, and to promote the growth of healthy bacteria microbiome, other scientists agree the approaches promising especially given the threat posed by superbugs gr. Hatful studies bacteria Phages at university of Pittsburgh. So I think it's a really intriguing approach. It's kind of a small approach, but hatfill worries not enough research has been done. First to really understand bacteria. Phages Phages for short, the some sense using engineered Phages is going to be a bit like running before you can walk. It's hot improve something without knowing about how the thing you'll try to improve works. There's always a chance. It could backfire. The concern is is that you could essentially end up converting harmless bacteria into into potentially dangerous ones factor. Previous knowledge is there could be dangerous. That's why the first tests are aimed primarily at making sure crisper modified Phages are safe. We have to take things slowly. We don't know how things are going to evolve but one of the vets, we met at the beginning of this story Evans. His ready. Volunteer. I caught up with him again at the VA hospital gym where he was lifting. Weights from his wheelchair. A muscle much worried about that from a heart attack diabetes. Because active I know what I need to do to work against it. You know watch what I eat exercise. But what do I do about an infection or fight off bacteria? Something inside me that I don't see until it's too late just to fact that the research is going on gives us hope later this year. Previous colleagues plan to start infusing billions of fake viruses that have been genetically modified with crisper into patients like.

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"mr evans" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on KCRW

"Doctors like my co Priebke at the VA medical center, in Augusta Georgia morning, Mr Evans you doing preview. How are you fine? That's where I met Dr Priebe, and one of his patients, how far. So evans. Good this morning. Thank you. Feel good to Evans is a retired army Master Sergeant he's paralyzed from the chest down, but not from a service overseas. This was ironic twenty five years in the army, and never got injured was Vietnam. And I was in Korea by I to Germany, the bottom on hav gang was blowing up things around where I was basing nothing today before retirement. I was driving down the street. This kid was shooting it, causing the shot through the bag. That was in Wichita Kansas, ever since Evans who sixty seven has been struggling with lots of medical problems two years ago. He went to the VA for what he thought was just another bladder infection and ended up in intensive care. A went to is a you and had to be vacated. Yeah. Wow. That's terrifying. It though is skewed me and I don't scare easy now. It's unclear exactly why Evans got. So sick turns out he had a bone infection too, then got pneumonia. And he's doing well now but urinary tract infections are a huge problem for paralyzed people like Evans. And Dr PB says those infections are getting harder and harder to cure, we are getting to the point where there are organisms that are resistant every known antibiotic. My fear is that as we are in this arms race there, just to a point where we are not able to keep up with the enemy. The resistant bacteria superbugs take over and we have nothing to defend against it. So preppy is leaving the first attempt to test an entirely new way to fight to per bugs. A new kind of antibiotic a living in about made out of live viruses, that have been genetically modified, using the gene, editing tool crisper if. If we're successful with this, this revolutionizes the treatment of infections in the world today. This can be the game changer that takes us out of this arms race with the resistant bacteria and allows us to use a totally different mechanism to fight the pathogenic bacteria that are infecting us. Good morning, sir. How are you today? In another part of the hospital. I meet another paralyzed Ricky McNeil. He's also been plagued by antibiotic resistant bladder infections, Dr previ-, and one of his colleagues, Chris Myers are explaining this study's. They're launching to test this new kind of antibiotic the study sponsors, locusts bioscience, and this company is going to use what's called a it's bacteria which is a type of virus that attacks specific types of bacteria. This bacteria Phages are the natural enemies of bacteria. The scientists are trying to turn them into superbug killers by using crisper to hijack the bacteria's own immune systems, which is where scientists discovered crisper in the first place and turn that against the bacteria to literally shred their DNA would Chris Burs able to do something that we've not been able to do before in that is very selectively modify genes, too. Target the bacteria. This provides us with a new weapon that we can target against the enemy locate. The company sponsoring the study is one of several trying to use crisper like this to fight lots of health problems by targeting only bad bacteria in the body, and leaving the good ones alone Stephanie, drafty is at the university of California San Diego. Why think it's really exciting because we've been using antibiotics which really have a scorched earth approach to the treatment of infection. So they don't just kill the bacteria that we want to kill, they kill friendly, bacteria or microbiome, as well. The microbiome is the trillions of friendly microbes that inhabit the human body. The potential is to groom the microbiome to weed out unhealthy bacteria, and to promote the growth of healthy bacteria microbiome, other scientists agree, the approaches promising, especially given the threat posed by superbugs gr. Hatful studies bacteria Phages at university of Pittsburgh. So I think it's a really intriguing approach. It's kind of a small approach, but hatfill worries not enough research has been done. First to really understand bacteria, Phages, known as Phages for short, the some sense, using engineered Phages is going to be a bit like running before you can walk. It's hot improve something without knowing about how the thing you'll try to improve works. There's always a chance. It could backfire. The concern is, is that you could essentially end up converting harmless bacteria into into potentially dangerous ones. Dr previous knowledge is there could be dangerous. That's why the first tests are aimed primarily at making sure crisper modified Phages are safe. We have to take things slowly. We don't know how things are going to evolve but one of the vets met at the beginning of the story out. So Evans is ready to volunteer. I caught up with again at the VA hospital gym where he was lifting. Weights from his wheelchair. Twenty. I'm not so much worried about dying from a heart attack, diabetes, because active I know what I need to do to work against it. You know watch what I eat exercise. But what do I do about an infection or fight off bacteria? Something inside me that I don't see until it's too late just to fact that the research is going on gives us hope later this year previous colleagues planned to start infusing, billions of fade fire isses that have been genetically modified with crisper into patients like Evans, rob.

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"mr evans" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm just dying. Here's as I'm reading part of the transcript of. Evans. To find some truth. Is that what you're looking for? Well, I've tried to shake down. Nike in stead. They went to the prosecutors within a week is from Bloomberg. Ebony was arrested nabbed on Monday as he was arriving for a meeting at a New York law firm. According to a person familiar with the matter the firm is representing Nike and its lawyers wore wires to secretly record their conversations with. No, oh, they wore wires you ready for this. And they also they also. Phone calls. I'll go take ten billion dollars off your clients market cap. But I'm not f ING around. He told Nike's attorneys in a March twentieth. Phone calls secretly recorded by the FBI at twelve sixteen pm on Monday, just minutes before its arrest of Eddie posted a tweet saying he would hold a press conference. Tuesday to disclose a major high-school college basketball scandal perpetrated by Nike that he claimed to have uncovered. I saw that when he posted that that's the whole thing. I saw that in real time. This criminal conduct reaches the highest levels of Nike and involves some of the biggest names in college basketball. Said the US attorney in New York, by the way, I think this is a southern district of New York. Oh tables during at its core. This was an old fashioned shakedown. Here's my question. Is it? Okay. When a porn star does it. But not okay. No, no, no, no, no did. Did. Did they set him up? Did did the did the did he get a final? No answer. Did they tell him? No. We're not going to. We're not going to meet your demands. And so he went and called the press conference, which the prosecutor said, I did not say, yeah, let's say no and see where he goes. And if he does it because once he did it once he put out that that tweet he followed through with the threat, he followed through with that threat at that point. They got him hook line, and sinker. Yes. Man. I'll tell you right now. I someone said at the other day, but when the feds come to your door. You better be begging to make a plea deal because you can bet. Unless it's a special counsel. That they're going that they've got their case wrapped up by that time. So if you talk about the wires, if you talk about the recording phone calls, and then all of the other evidence that would go into a case like this. I I really don't know how you get out get away found guilty. I don't know how you get out of prison talk. This was not a small deal. If if if accurate and true, evidently is alleged threat appears to be centered on the ongoing investigation in the United States into corruption involving NC double a basketball Nike said it's been cooperating with prosecutors for over a year and immediately told them of his actions when Mr Evans attempted to extort Nike over this matter Nike with the assistance of outside counsel, aided the investigation. The company said a call to the firm wasn't immediately. Returned Evans tweet mentioned the scant just mentioning the scandal. Sent Nike shared down as much as one point six percent during a two month, low the stock rebounded after the charges were announced and ended up point two percent for the day up. Now, what's his name Marghera goes is listed as a co conspirator being those apparently he had mentioned him, even though gurgles goes faces no charges. But apparently, they took them off of CNN Gary goes because of it. Yeah. I I just don't even. Let's put it this way. That's an act of a of an extremely desperate, man. Yeah. Look if you find something about a company, and you believe it should be exposed. And you you know, you have real information than all right, go go for it. Right. Yep. In the case told Nike beginning on March nineteenth, and he and a co conspirator identified as Wall Street at by the Wall Street Journal is attorney Mark era goes had evidence from a client that at least one Nike employees made illegal payments to families of top high school basketball players and sought to hide that prosecutor said the client was purportedly an amateur basketball player. Coach whose team had once at a contract with Nike. They said garett goes is not accused of any wrongdoing and did not return a phone, call seeking comment. Eddie told Nike's lures he will hold a press conference the next day to announce a misconduct saying he had approached Nike because he knew that the annual NCW basketball tournament was about to begin in the company headquarters earnings call set for March twenty first avenue just said he would hold off the press conference if the payments were made. After the March nineteenth meeting. Nike's lawyers contacted federal authorities the next day lawyers telephone Evan. He's accomplished while the Federal Bureau investigation recorded the call the US said agents recorded two more calls including one with avenue. Eddie, well, who is his accomplice was that Garrett goes?.

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"mr evans" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Monday on charges. He tried to extort millions of dollars from Nike and embezzle. The client's money to pay his own expenses. US attorney Nakano says the investigation against avenue started with an IRS complaint and have nothing to do with politics of the special counsel's report. It was driven by prosecutors in the central district of California working with local agents has nothing to do with anything political worth anything else. It just the facts in this case speak for themselves IRS criminal investigator. Mark Pearson says the investigation against avenue ATI started with a failure to submit payroll taxes Cyrus special agents expanded the original payroll tax allegations to encompass additional financial frauds? Which we believe have been used to fuel an unrestrained and lavish lifestyle by Mr Evans, celebrity attorney and CNN legal commentator. Mark Arago says also have been caught up in the investigation as an unindicted co-conspirator. Iraq goes has represented controversial football star. Colin Kaepernick CNN now says no longer works for them. Senator Lindsey Graham says the Muller report answers questions that have been dogging President Trump for almost two years. When questioned by skeptical reporter about his impartiality as a Republican, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee said I do my job very responsibly. And part of that responsibility involves an invitation to attorney general will you bar to testify before the committee on asking him to lay it all out as for supporting the Republican party and President Trump there's politics, and there's the rule of law and Graham says Muller's nearly two year long probe and the report on its findings amount to a good day for the rule of law Bali reporting. Hey, it was a mixed day on Wall Street as the Dow Jones industrial average was up by fourteen points to close at twenty five thousand five sixteen but the NASDAQ dropped five the s&p lower by two more on these stories at townhall dot com. This report is sponsored by Aramco mortgage. Now, here's the answer is real estate and mortgage analyst on our alma disappointing report on the German, manufacturing sector confirmed. A more serious slowdown in the European. Economy. The.

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Michael Avenatti arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and extortion

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Michael Avenatti arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and extortion

"Attorney Michael of a naughty has been arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and Bank fraud was also charged in a separate case with conspiracy to extort shoemaker Nike US attorney for the central district of California. Nick Hannah says Mr Evans has violated the principles he should be upholding the federal criminal complaint charges, Mr. AVI Nadi with wire fraud and Bank fraud and contains a series of allegations that pain and ugly picture of lawless conduct ingred, according to an affidavit filed with the criminal complaints in California avenue, allegedly misappropriated client settlement money and use it to pay for personal expenses and expenses for his coffee. Business of an ATI also allegedly defrauded a Bank and Mississippi by submitting fake tax returns in order to obtain three loans for his law firm and coffee business in two thousand fourteen if he's convicted on both charges of an ATI will face a statutory maximum sentence of fifty years in federal

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"mr evans" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Fights for his own selfish interests by misappropriating, close to a million dollars that rightfully belonged to one of his clients. And that was just based off of one aspect of the case coming out of California avenue is also accused of lying about income to get loans to cover business expenses. IRS? Criminal investigation agent in charge. Mark Pearson says off naughty produced phony tax returns from the years two thousand twelve to two thousand fourteen when he in fact, did not file or pay federal income taxes during that stretch. Now Peterson says this started as an IRS investigation into payroll federal payroll taxes, Mr Evans is purported to have lied to an IRS revenue officer and also change Bank account information as well as instructed others to conceal and relocate funds of naughty was arrested today New York where he's also facing charges in a separate embezzlement case, which was also announced today. Reporting live in downtown LA. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. A man in Orange County has been sentenced to almost twenty years in prison for having to bombs in his car near the brea mall. All special agent. Joshua Jones says Soleil Ali was not on any radar when a rookie cop pulled him over in two thousand eighteen for expired tags we couldn't have done it any better than that. A lot of times. It's just information that we have in our holdings that we respond to. But in this particular case, we got lucky prosecutors say they're positive. I'll Lee was intending to set off the shrapnel cover devices because of previous terrorist threats and violent criminal history. Some Uber drivers in L A are on strike. They're protesting a pay cut. Uber says it's making other changes such as a higher per minute rate to make up the difference. An attempt to become the first paralyzed person in history to walk the LA marathon is complete Adam cordless got into a bad car wreck thirteen years ago wasn't wearing my seatbelt broke my back with a spinal cord injury. Doctors said he'd never walk again, but three years ago, Gorlitz key got a reward robotic Exo skeleton, which basically helps him stand up and walk. And this is what it sounded like when he competed in the mirror Thon this weekend. Marathon officials gave him a special waiver to start walking two days before other runners took their Mark. But he says he could only complete seventeen of the twenty six miles all the hills..

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"mr evans" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And that's why I introduced HR thirteen hundred taxpayer penalty Protection Act, which follows this recommendation. To the eighty percent level. I believe this Bill is in the best interest of taxpayers across the country. And that this should not be a partisan issue filing season impacts all of our constituents. So mister secretary are heard you say earlier to Mr. Marchand that you would consider providing further penalty released through administrative actions. My question is about that. And also about the time schedule because people are filing now, and we have only one month to go before April fifteenth tax payers need the certainty now, so will you confirm that you will consider further penalty relief. And what is the timeframe? Well, first of all again, I appreciate your feedback in this isn't a partisan issue. And as it was brought up earlier. I appreciate you bring it up. We will review it very quickly. I would normally tell you. I'd review at this afternoon. But I'm testifying at the Senate this afternoon. So I will look at it tomorrow. And we will try to make a decision within the next week on this. Thank you so much on your back. Thank you, the chair will recognize Mr. rice from South Carolina. Thank you, Madam chairlady. And thank you secretary for being here. I want to tell you a story mister secretary in two thousand eight when rock Obama was campaigning for president. He drove down on ninety five and he stopped in a little county in my in my district, and it's one of the poorest areas in South Carolina, three counties or they call it corridor. Shane they were very heavily invested in textiles and tobacco forty years ago. And you can imagine what happened to them. And when the president Scott there, he put a little girl on his knee and decried the poverty, and that we needed to do something. It was a beautiful speech. But guess what? Nothing happened the eight years of his presidency. I want to tell you that Marion county right next to that is the poorest county in South Carolina. Fifty seven percent African American twenty eight percent live in poverty twice the South Carolina average, this is a real story for real people. When President Barack Obama left office in December two thousand sixteen nine point six percent, unemployment in Marion county, eighteen months later a year and a half after President Trump took office, and we had passed this tax cuts and jobs that and we had the opportunities, and we had a new piece of infrastructure in Dillon county. The unemployment rate in Marin county dropped from nine point six percent to four point eight percent that's half half in eighteen months. That is a remarkable success for people who desperately desperately needed at this point. We have more jobs opened, and we have people to take the people who have suffered generational poverty in never believed that this land of opportunity provided opportunity for them. Now are coming back into the workforce. And everyone who does. Is a win. They recognize they're recognizing that they have a chance at the American dream. We're engaging educators and pastors to bring people together to help them. See that opportunity is for them. Barack Obama gave a great speech. Donald Trump is fixing the problem. Thank you mister secretary that we can't stay where we are. I believe that the reason why American workers suffered for so long is because our economy economic policies were not competitive we've made our tax code competitive. We've got to fix our unbalanced trade agreements that have bounced against American workers. Please keep pushing for the revised laughter. Our new deal with China. We need infrastructure. Our workers if they're gonna compete on the words world stage, they've got to have world class infrastructure, and we need to shift from family based to skill based immigration if we can get these things done we will see upward moving and GDP growth for sustained period. And it's a stain golden age of opportunity for American workers. Thank you mister secretary. The chair neck recognizes myself for three minutes questioning. Mister secretary. I wanted to follow up on the line of questioning regarding the opportunities owns I think that we are all agreed. That presents a wonderful opportunity for us to invest in distress communities. Mr Kelly asked about the second tranche of. Rules and regulations, and you didn't give a specific timeframe. And I was wondering if he could give us a thought as to win. We can get finalized rules. There are several opportunities owns in my district that we'd love to take advantage of but many of the private investors want to know specifically how they're going to. You know, how opportunities zones the credits will actually benefit them. So can you talk a little bit about when we can get final rules. So that people can have more specificity. So first of all thank you for your ear, focus on this. And and I can assure you, I am as focused on is this idea. I asked my team every day where are they as I said, the next tranches going through a review, I hope this is a matter of weeks that we can get these out. So I want to stress that I think that this is a tremendous bipartisan opportunity to really affect communities vulnerable communities in our in our nation and people really want more specifics before they actually invest, thank you very much, and I can assure you this is on the top of my list where we have tax meetings every day. And the other thing is that I know that in January my colleagues, and I sent a bipartisan bicameral letter raising a number of issues about the opportunities owns programs that remain unsettled one was about data accountability. And that was addressed a little bit by Mr. kind in your response. I just wanna make sure that we that the focus is on. Having matrix that will actually get to whether or not communities those communities actually benefited the impact of the investment on the communities in particular unemployment, but also the the recall ancillary things that actually can spawn from economic development. So I will work with my colleague, Mr. kind and helping to draft a letter of the kinds of matrix and the kinds of data accountability. I think that would be necessary in order to to make this really a win win for for the community as well. As for the investors. Could it let me just assure you that the only reason why those haven't come out is because we didn't want to rush through them. We want to have the proper reporting and those aren't critical or people starting investments. So whether those come out next week or investors have time to get more. We'll work with you very closely. Thank you the other question. I had that's been asked of me. Is there an opportunity to examine whether or not we can do. Additional designations since the governor's headed to designate prior to actually the rules coming out. Have you have any thought as to whether or not additional areas could be designated? We don't believe we have any legal authority to allow for additional designations at this time. But if that is something that is important, we would obviously work with you and the committee to pass appropriate legislation. It'd be supportive of that. Thank you. The next. We'll go to Mr. swineherd of Arizona. Steve Mnuchin before they ways you means committee determined to place yesterday. She's been radio w from Washington. Thank you, Madam chairwoman. I appreciate just because the having run back and forth and vote on the floor. I'm going to run through just a couple of things. First opportunity owns this is as much for the staff for those was from Arizona. With our tribal communities. You can't end up with having ownership of the lands. You have the sleep leasehold interests does make some of the mechanisms a little trickier maybe having to use textbook faces. So I appreciate you listening to our concerns on that. Thank you for hopefully moving away from the battle days of what we used referred to around. Here is operation choke point for some Mike order communities. You had a Hispanic surname? You felt you were being treated differently. If you were doing trade back and forth across the border. Debt-management? There's a number of us who we basically look at our demographics. And that's one of the frustrations you here in these discussions here. If you actually go two thousand eight to two thousand twenty eight ninety one percent of all the spending increases are going to be interest, social security, health care entitlements. It's our demographics that are driving our debt. And if you actually look in the next thirty years, I hope the treasury is thinking of other also instruments the trills concept from Dr Schiller Schuler, some of these other things as ways to manage our future debt, that's being driven many of us get a little nervous when we look at the subscription rates of your some of the sovereign offerings. Last thing. And this is actually where the question comes. CBO actually put up the five months. The first five. Month's physical fiscal revenues in and it looked as if extra revenues were pretty much identical to the previous fiscal years. I five months, but the one hundred forty two billion dollars of debt looks like it almost solely came from our bipartisan budget act. The win win treasuries doing some of their documents. Do they have the? Is there? A more elegant way to sort of say look revenues actually are in under the new tax reform, look pretty stable. It's Congress's spending policies that are actually driving up your need to go and issue, more and more debt. Thank you. We just comment. The the way we designed the tax act was there were incentives for people do automatic expensing and other things which cost tax revenues in the first few years and raise revenues going forward. So when we say it's paid for itself for its generated revenues. That that's true. Despite because we're looking at it over over the window now, let me just comment. We can't spend the growth twice so growth that we're using to pay for tax cuts. We gotta be careful and not also use for increase in expenses. And that's the reason why we've adjusted the budgets accordingly. Thank you. Thank you. Without let me recognize the gentleman from Pennsylvania, Mr Evans to inquire. Thank you. Jim. Was the secretary. You mentioned you talked about the word of poverty, and that's been a huge concern. Obviously in the state of Pennsylvania, particularly in the city of Philadelphia. I wanna raise the question about utilizing low income housing tax credit improvident bonds, the low in low income housing. I didn't know your thoughts on fixing the low income housing tax credit at four percent, why either removing the capital providence bonds or having a spike kept FRANZ go back into the pool. Be happy to follow up with you in your office to go through the specifics in your ideas, what we should do on that. We'd be open minded to looking at your suggestions. Second question. I'm going to kind of follow up a little bit on the issue regarding opportunities zones. You know, obviously that is a great concept. How howwever it appears in understanding that? Although well, intended wealthy investors often benefit the most because Bill if it's a limited the capital gains, investors, always focus on the best use. So how can we make it? So that we can see more benefits target to the areas, which was originally intended to benefit opportunities arms. Well, Mr Evans, I think as I said before we're very excited about opportunities Ellen's, and and particularly areas where we think there's going to be a lot of interest not only in real estate, but more importantly companies starting and company's growing knows areas. So we look forward to working with you on appropriate areas in your area. But we think there will be a lot of money that's incentivized. And and we look forward to working with you, would you also see around the issue of.

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"mr evans" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on Z104

"Whatever call you and say. Dr price. If you have more people crap. They do. Worked for a medical distributing company. They are not allowed to put men and women in the same room issue. The okay a company doesn't book two unrelated people in the same room. Got that's an HR an HR issue. Gary that text. Okay. Well, there you go. All right. Well, we'll see maybe. To continue this when we do have some Z. See sue presents on the east celebrity dirt say told you about r Kelly's latest video. So Michael Evans, representing the three women that are using R Kelly of sexual assault described the video he said that the video shows them having sex are Kelly chokes, the girl, and she he reportedly refers her as fourteen she also says she's fourteen it's kind of like almost like a foreign video. He describes. Yeah. Camry gross. So an ATI says no question that the man is our Kelly and that the girl is fourteen Kelley's attorney on the other hand says he believes that the public discussion of child porn is possibly illegal. It is illegal. Actually, I would also hope quote, he says that Mr Evans would respect the process, but he doesn't fortunately he fails. All the ethical rules that find this is attorneys, Illinois. But I mean, he's trying to protect his client them. So he's a lot of talk about it. So yeah. And then our Kelly was build out Monday. We talked about that. It was actually a woman. She was a cer- Kogyo. Businesswoman named Valencia p love and she reportedly covered the hundred thousand dollar bond. She says the three sides to every story R Kelly side the victim side in the truth. She says the Kelly is not a monster. But there's there's more problems in Chicago. Besides this no him having forty.

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"mr evans" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Save their students in the event of an active shooter not a shooting drill. I mean, just let that sink in for a second. We have educators that are now getting educated and life saving measures in the event of a school shooting. And this is the medical angle not not where to hide and this isn't throw a brick Adam or something this is the after your kids have been shot or. How deal with them Ali vetnar from the KTAR news department was actually at this training yesterday. And this had to be an interesting event for you Allie. Because personally, you're probably a little bit more tied to the situation than others that were covering the story. Yeah. Definitely. I am a former mountain line. I graduated from mountain ridge high school in Glendale, and I'm not gonna lie. I was kind of excited knowing I saw this on the calendar. I'm like, hey, go back. See some of my former teachers not until I would say maybe an hour into the event. Did it kind of take hold in hearing the speakers seeing the paramedics? And then also watching my former math teacher, and my former soccer coach learn how to put on a tourniquet and address a gunshot wound. Did I really think about okay, I used to sit in this jobs when it changed is what he it went from. It went from being a reunion too. This is deadly serious deer valley unified school district. Put this on yesterday, some five hundred of their high school teachers gathered to learn how to respond to help their students during this an active shooter situation, and Mr Evans, who is he he is a math teacher. He is a wonderful human being and just couldn't care more about his students want to your teacher. He was okay. So easy for you. To interview him a little bit yesterday. Here's a little bit of what Mr Evans, the math teacher had to say about this training. We've learned how to do a tourniquet and stuffing.

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"mr evans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr evans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Download your apps. Eleven thirty. I got a lot of energy for Friday. And we are in the middle of the Friday forum to different people. The Watson light Evans apples Greenfield's outstanding fire chief you're a good guy for a while. John Cohen, welcome to both of you. All right. So one of my favorite pieces of this segment is the question that I ask every Friday four who wants to go first. I'm going to defer to you. All right. All right. You still don't know. Well, I don't know what the listeners are looking for, you know, salacious firehall story or something. But that'd be good. I take a grander approach. Because I know that the livelihood of our community is is really dependent on the strength of our thirty permanent. So and when you think about greenfield, I don't think people think skateboarding, but in the early nineteen eighty s skateboarding was alive, and well and greenfield had a place called the turf. It was essentially world renowned got talent such as Tony hawk and local legends to come in. They called it the lambofield of skateboard. I did not know this. It was at the eight ninety four and Loomis park and ride and skateboarding it had retractable doors like Miller park. So you could skate year round, and they could open the doors and have it more. Were you a skateboarder? I wasn't. But I. This is gonna lead to my my what do, you know? But I don't wanna give it away too early. And then skateboarding took a turn several businesses went in and out. They actually these pools were built into the ground, but they killed them with gravel, and they concrete it over them. In about the mid-2000s. Those businesses went out of business, and they needed to do inner change work there. So they they demolish the businesses and used it for staging of equipment in the inner change which Dan rea unearth. These pools. In thousand ten. The other thing created buzz on social media and people started to show up there. And before you knew it, they set a crowd of one hundred people were trying to unearth these pools until they were shut down. So the the DOT ends up turning over in two thousand thirteen this area to the city at greenfield on this is where it's going to get maybe a little bit salacious. And right now, it's under developers agreement, and hopefully, people know, but greenfield is going through revitalization. Renaissance with the eighty four south flagship town center, and it's created a lot of buzz. And there is a potential option for the city of greenfield to buy some adjacent land and a developer is very interested in bringing back the turf and making greenfield again, maybe a skateboarding epicenter that is one of the cooler ones. I I I didn't know that story. I knew about skateboarding and Tony hawk and all those folks. But I I didn't know that greenfield connection that's pretty cool. Wait, wait, a second. Twenty twenty is a skateboarding in the Olympics. Nothing like skateboarding on a revised earning board with roller skates down Illinois avenue in Bayview. That was the headquarters for skateboarding. All right. Mr Evans, I knew that firsthand chief with all due respect. Well, he here's something that. I think it's a done deal. And no one's told me this, but I'm reading the tea leaves. And that is you can get ready to pay more for gas and car registration. And it's a good thing. Tell me why it's a good thing. It's a good thing. Because we do have a road problem, and it's not necessarily the mega projects, but we have a road repair problems throughout the state of Wisconsin, local governments have at the state has said we need additional revenue to take care of this. And I think people spoke, and they would like to see a deal done. And I think there's bipartisan will in Wisconsin legislature for that. And let me argue with happy to take you say people I've spoken because we have a Republican or democratic governor. But people also have spoken that have given us a Republican legislature have a different opinion on gas tax almost not all of them. But a lot of them enough of them are going to support this to where we're going to have a bipartisan group supporting this. So I would agree with you that we have to do something about transportation. And I as somebody who used to lead a local community. There's a lot of help that we need we being those leaders from the state that we're not getting including on the public safety side, real quick. I know this is kind of off topic. But one of the challenges for fire and police in communities as community is growing. Sometimes rather rapidly. You're not getting more personnel to deal with that expansion. Exactly greenfield in the November election due to those reasons we had to go and have a public safety referendum and our citizens supported us. But there's other communities where for differing reasons. Franklin said, no, they said, no, I'm and what was ironic is the we passed a referendum by the exact same percentage that they failed on interesting is that says something that's so good about the community of greenfield. And that I think those are the ways that communities ought to go. We oughta to able to find more resources for important things like public, safety and essential infrastructure. Now when we all agree. All right. So I need a couple of things you're Super Bowl picks. New England or the Rams. Point spreads just the winner of the game. I don't I don't know. How you go against Tom Brady. I don't I don't know. How you go. It's amazing. I mean, they were down and out. Mean he's the catalyst. And you know, you really look at them and Aaron Rodgers is certainly a super talented quarterback. But but without Aaron Rodgers the Packers go flat and Tom Brady can be supported by a very minimal cast and they're the Super Bowl. I don't even argue about that anymore. He's the greatest quarterback of all time. And I think I would I'm not a big football fan. But I would pick a New England. But I would tell you I still think New Orleans got stiff. Hello my goodness. Yes. That could be a whole nother the segmentation last thing how hard is it to work for mayor Mike night skiing. Greenfield. What he's been what he's been saying off, Mike. Oh, you don't want me. Don't go there. I'm teasing. You know, I will say because we have a wonderful government. We are successful because my mayor and my council let us do exactly what we need to do. I have told others that you don't need me or anyone else to be a fire chief if you're not gonna let me make decisions of what we need to do. And I am so blessed that things aligned in my career end up. Exactly where I am. Let's Greenfield's fire chief John cone Evans apples. You're gonna come back. You are good on your first. Thank you. My mom will appreciate that in shallow to my daughter's to charleen. Res enough of that stuff. Evan. You weren't even as good on your first appearance, but you're bringing it now every every time you're on set the bar too high. Yeah. There you go. All right Friday forum to different people from different walks of life. After the break. We're going to give the results of our show poll today which had to do with the concession prices at the Super Bowl, which were frankly, amazing that story next right here in WTMJ, Jim Griffin talks candidly with John Mercure. To Jimmy didn't start out being the number one dealer statewide in a lot of your brands. What does it take to be and stay number one in the car business? Well, John, you're not gonna believe this. But I think most Cargill are a little bit competitive. I have been competitive my whole life, and you know, you just do the right things, and you come to work and you sell cars, and you put yourself in position to win that title usually were right there in the running. We want to earn your business, and we work very hard to get that business. How important is it that people leave and feel really good when they feel real good? They're going to tell other people if you drop the ball, they're gonna tell twice as many people you have to take care of that customer period. Is it Griffin Ford Waukesha Griffin Chevy and Griffin's hub Milwaukee Griffin? Ford Lincoln, fort Atkinson or Griffin Chrysler Dodge Jeep ram in Jefferson..

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Alibaba takes joint venture route to Russia expansion

BTV Simulcast

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Alibaba takes joint venture route to Russia expansion

"Alibaba is setting up a two billion dollar joint. Venture with Russian billionaire shirt was Mahnaz internet services firm, mail dot argue, the deal will see the online marketplaces of the two companies merged in Russia and is backed by the Kremlin. So we're the Russian direct investment fund Alibaba will fold it's rush operations, including Ali express and team all into this venture. Well, mail dot are you will fold in its panned out marketplace into the new company as well. That Alibaba deal was signed on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic forum in Vostok, Bloomberg's Anne-Marie Hordern spoke to Russian direct investment funds. CEO Kirill Dmitriev about why Alibaba chose Russia for expansion. The already quite significant business here. So like several billion dollars a year in volume it's growing fifty to seventy percent a year. So it's a very fast growing business and Russia very promising market, but for cloud computing for intelligence, so it's a natural partner for somebody like Alibaba. So in the press conference, you were talking about how and also Mr Evans was talking about how Jack Ma himself was involved in this deal. Can you take me through that? So we've been working on it for about two years and for us. It was very important that when the very little discussion was Jack Margaret really appreciated his passion and his passion is really about transferring know-how and knowledge into Russian seeing the great opportunity that exists in Russia for small medium business for young people. So we really clicked on this passion to deliver value to Russian consumers. And then we works details because for foreign businesses. It's very important to have data in Russia and we worked to lots of details and I'm used to Evans touched on. No, just you know, grand ideas, that said we worked through lots of details about localization about synergies about having a Russian payment systems. It's tre. So it took quite some time. But we have a very solid foundation now, and I believe the current Alibaba business will grow ten times more in the next five seven years, you were just in meetings with President Vladimir Putin. Does he have a good relationship with Jack Ma well he commented that he doesn't believe that Jack would retire because he's too so young and we laughed about this. And the he appreciates check is doing. And I think Jack moss passion in education field fields that he will pursue a troll is felt insured. And when Jack Ma. Finished his presentation, and his ideas underwear. As investors in the room. Everybody clapped to ship sorts of speaker about innovation. So we have great relationship for we appreciate that. He is. He cares about Russia. You know and the Bill built on. Russian direct investment fund. Ceo, Carol Dmitriev there with Bloomberg's Ameri Horton.

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Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

"Rescue equipment to successfully extricate them from the car no word on the condition of the two riders who fell but they were conscious when they were taken to the hospital the investigator general's report detailing errors made by the fbi leading up to the two thousand sixteen election calls former fbi director james comey quote end subordinate admonishing him for disclosing information related to the hillary clinton investigation report did find komi use a personal email account to conduct unclassified fbi business that fact was not lost on hillary clinton she tweeted sarcastically but my emails she believes that komi costs her this election abc's pierre thomas reporting the white house is firing back at the new york state attorney general's office accusing it of political bias after the state filed a lawsuit against the trump foundation now the suit accuses president trump and members of his family of using the foundation for business and political purposes and the president said that it was the disciples of eric schneiderman who ended up bringing this on behalf of the democrats it's barbara underwood who's been a career type of prosecutor and she is the one bringing this and in fact she pushed back on this notion that this is just schneiderman works he said this is not some sali's political trick she said this is a lawsuit alleging violations of charities law in in new york state and it's nothing more than that abc's aaron katersky brent blakely michael cohen's lawyer the stormy daniels case has filed a motion for a restraining order to stop daniels lawyer michael luvin ati from communicating with the press and or public regarding the merits of the case in the motion bakery says mr evans on a publicity tour this is abc news koa newsradio time is twelve oh two one person has been arrested in connection to a shooting in westminster on thursday afternoon that left one child dead and the woman and child with critical injuries the man injured in the shooting expected to survive the shooting happened near eightieth and sheridan in westminster just after three o'clock no lie gant was next door working in a kitchen at rusty's and i can hear the gentleman told the police officer that was a younger gentleman that was shot multiple rounds he had been hit multiple times houston daughter was it sounded like.

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