18 Burst results for "Mr War"
"mr war" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm sure these wall while families very proud of their man. If he is a man. Given affair with song phone. What Smaller to give affair with fun fun That's classified. Can't get into that class for And the idiots who elect this guy. It's humbling. Hey, somebody is good. You know, he gets us our social security check like nobody else will, of course. This guy's such a sleaze ball in every respect. There. He is trying to take out the president or Russia. Collusion went on all kinds of we collected that said, I don't have nothing there then on the same time. He's with a Chinese spy and bedding her That whole thing is gross. Don't you think, Mr Luce? It's kind of grotesque. This guy Got a little dab will do you? You know his hair is really filled with that crap. I'm just saying aloud what I'm thinking. Let's take a call, Shall we? Ron Salome, Argon. The great K s. L m go. Hey, Mark. Happy Hanukkah. I'm gonna dress him real quick for you, sir. Yes, yes, I talked to you last year. I remember you round if that's active, Yes. You like my true brother approved and constitutional mindset. I'm gonna hear it right now, Mr Warnock to be in the church that Reverend King it is in my pain, a soil to the basically this on in the church. I am a veteran. While I was raised by my father grew up in Alabama with the Tuskegee Airman, he says. Well, your dad was a Tuskegee airman. Yes, he was my Lindsay. Wonderful. Yes, he works. He and my foster mom, I told you, Miss G. She just passed away This year. She would be 100 this year, Mr Living in that zoo. I'm sorry, but that's amazing, too. Good Lord Blessed me with a foster child have to good foster parents. I met some not through the first foster father, and they didn't care about colors. They will take care about characters face honor, respect, work ethics. Serve your country Be respectful, but to hear Mr War knocked down in Georgia being in Ebony's a Baptist church. That change church that Reverend King used to be in is this honorable discourteous and the pelican down his mouth towards Israel. To the people the way he worships the pelican Thing of Palestinians in my map this death way I was taught over the last 40 years. 50 years There's you know. What do you think of it? He he could become a United States. Senator is the people of Georgia Don't don't straighten out here. I'm telling everybody down there. I'm a black redneck. I like the team rope. I like to work the head gate from some of the top ropers in the country up in northwest. You know, I'm up here with Jess. Velcro is he wants to Segregate money with all business need help, But getting back to Mr Warnicke. She needs week my George and friends out there and Atlanta and all parts of it. 30 Springs and other areas that I know Roper's and friends down there. Do not vote for Mr Warnock Water. Is this vulnerable? He will lead us down the much God bless them met Ron. You make sure you call again and Merry Christmas to you, my friend. You know you are the best and thank you. He's a great guy right now getting a mouthwatering steakhouse caliber package and an exclusive price just for my listeners. Folks, I eat.
"mr war" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Beyond the three point arc that is seven percentage points ahead of the second place guy Mr war for movable pretty good player and he's averaging ninety point two percent from the free throw line in ACC play no player has done that since the ninety six ninety seven season who would that have been decided not to obviously see who that is but but you know we've had Johnny moody comparisons to Jim Tim Duncan type double double numbers which is amazing company and T. J. Gibbs that we look at those numbers every day as a staff and it's staggering but he you know he's he's a senior he's played in a hundred and twenty five or thirty college games he's letting the game come to him I thought is his demeanor has gotten to be a little steadier and I think that's really helped him but anything he gets off I think's going in now even a half court shot last night that he got off you know what the clock I'm thinking the way it's going that may go in moody of course got another double double last night is twenty second nineteen points twelve rebounds two assists two blocked shots when it talks more about John a little later because he's the yes but he was not the only guy who recorded a double double last night pretty good night when you have two guys do it and it was Prentiss hubb who did it last night second career double double fifteen points didn't shoot it great but again he hit key shots and ten assists yeah I just thought his overall game you know we he is his assist to turnover is one of our team's quarterback in a season.
Dozens charged in Medicare fraud scheme
"The federal investigation called operation double helix targeted alleged schemes involving the payment of illegal kickbacks and bribes which cost the Medicare program more than two billion dollars in unnecessary charges Joe being Mr war with the department of justice the elderly or disabled are being preyed upon elderly are being asked at a call center would you want to know if you have cancer than the system can move very fast when you can reach out to hundreds and hundreds and thousands of patients very quickly what modern technology Shimon Richmond with the department of health and Human Services describes how it worked telemarketing companies trolled Medicare beneficiaries online or call them on the phone or even send people to approach them face to face two how fares to seniors centres to low income housing to religious institutions like churches and synagogues where they offered seniors genetic testing for cancer risk or how well certain drugs would work for them at no cost well they had to do was provide their Medicare information a copy of their driver's license Senate cheek swab to obtain their DNA and the sales pitch says Richman included lots of aggressive scare tactics essentially telling patients that if you don't have this test you could suffer from a variety of conditions are you could die you know and by the time you found out that you have something that needs to be treated it's
"mr war" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Kingpin versus Mr. war in another. And welcome to another episode of who would win a show that completely ignores anything important happening the world and instead focuses on a fictional battle between two characters from the world's comic scifi and fantasy. I'm your host James gaps. And as always I'm joined by my co host Jalen and our moderator the one and only crystal storm now before we get started. It's New Year's Eve day as a recording. And we need to reflect on two thousand eighteen so I have a question for both of you. If you're ready for it. Okay. Out of I think two thousand eighteen was great year to be a fan of superhero comic Spillman, TV etc. What was the most significant comic or TV show or film of two thousand eighteen this is hard? Well, all right from term of macro significance. As far as what was significant to a larger group of people. You've got to go with the avengers and Finnity. There's no other answer. Just because it was the culmination of a decade of unique and diverse movies. And it brought them all together for this conclusion that they had been planning from the beginning for me personally. It was going to be a Spiderman into the spider verse. Which is just the the best reviewed movie of twenty eighteen if I'm not mistaken, and it was it had more that was reviewed better than Black Panther. I last I checked it was. Yeah. I now I that's such a subjective thing you can say best reviewed. I think that's going by depends on what sources you ask. And at the end of the day. It's all subjective. But overall the reviews on like rotten tomatoes. I'll take a look here spider verse was sitting at ninety nine percent on rotten tomatoes last. I looked now it's at ninety seven with an audience score black pant. Author which was also extremely significant. But, you know, isn't it funny? How Black Panther doesn't feel like it came out in twenty eighteen just because so much happened. And really doesn't. You're absolutely right. You're absolutely right. How does it? Does. It does it does it does it does. But that would still because I'm a huge fan of the marvel fills. But that's that was still I think for me one of the most significant ones because it wasn't just, you know, the big hype over the, you know, the diversity of the cast of whatever, but it killed it out there. Just yes. Ill black pants off such a it. Also had ninety seven percents I'm gonna go. But but the audience score was seventy nine percent compared to spider verses ninety four percent audience score. I'm actually not surprised because haters. Yeah. Yeah. And also also the Jon Rao of animation, and I don't even want to call spiders, animation zoo. Just so good like so revolutionary in terms of. The the animation. They had but animation. I just think is a little bit easier to deliver that really cool. Whatever it is. You're trying to do whether it's action emotion, or what have you then live action Larry lay the the story for spider versus what got me. I recently read the comic spider verse that came out in twenty fifteen and then move e script is just a really far superior story. Even though you can see where they were coming from. And what they'd read off of it? I think the kingpin and his inclusion as a character and spider verse actually made it a lot better kingpin, low key had the best twenty eighteen of all of us because he got to be on. He got to be on daredevil daredevil season three while we're talking about this. I n g literally just put up an article that says is into the spider verse abetter Oscars bet for marvel than Black Panther too. I don't know that. That Selena were talking about it literally just popped up onto Twitter. So because you know, crystal what you were just saying about haters, you could probably say that for Black Panther. But I would think spider verse would get the same haters for the same reason. Now. I actually disagree. Respectfully, disagree with that. Yeah. Chris what do you think? No. That's a whole. Okay. So that again haven't seen into the spider shit going to. But haven't seen it. But I just saw it. And Jay's absolutely right. It is phenomenal groundbreaking and never mind. The fact that the storytelling is genius. And that's what you want..
"mr war" Discussed on This Is Success
"What about Mr. Okawara what happens to him? He goes on. And he makes the company incredibly successful. He goes on to run KFC Japan. He builds a farm just like the farm houses and farms. You see in Kentucky. He tells me that he helped create herb fed chicken, which has released successful and leads to herb fed cow to basically, he says feeding herbs to these creatures. Yes. Herb fed tuna, which is also. Yeah. And kind of like his hero. Colonel sanders. Mr. Okawara becomes this corporate legend yuko Nakajima. Who's now chief marketing officer for KFC in Japan told me that he's incredibly well respected. What Stor Okawara does he have a reputation now like a good reputation because he helped to make this happen in meetings. I would say like in meetings now still people would talk about like in his days or what he did. And that's how he's very. Respected. So he's like God. So did Mr. Okawara ever get to meet Colonel Sanders. He did twice. And he has a letter from Colonel Sanders, which he very touchingly describes as his family treasure. The Colonel wrote that he is a unique manager stir Okawara who inspires people and Colonel Sanders. Definitely inspired Mr. Okawara, Mr. war super loyal to him later when the company gets bought by a conglomerate and it wants to get ready for it. Change the recipe. Mr. Okawara is not very happy. Because traditionally the way he was taught the process for making caves, he's famous fried chicken involves two steps. How many Dan two steps to steps? I is I in meal in Walta shuffled and make a bubble and then the chicken into that. And then. Put into the breading which is season spices and salt and then. Breading you see? And then cook this is two steps, but the corporation conglomerate it wants to simplify the recipe and make it one step the most business thing ever. Like, you know, it's inefficient two steps we once. Yeah. So they simplify it. And so Mr. Mr. Okawara won't do that. He feels like he has to he's a purist. And he wants to be loyal to what Colonel Sanders taught him personally. Yeah. Because I don't know which is right. But for us, I was I money to be trained by Konno's on this. I don't want to change the way of cooking which kinda Sunda came up just because of the economy just because of the time saving and this another thing I direct to stick. With the original original condos on those way of cookie. So in Japan will missed her Okawara is in charge KFC or Kentucky sticks with the original recipe. The Colonel taught him..
"mr war" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Now let me, ask this question yet. Got a guy by the name of Bruce sore, oh HR you can Google his name learn all about But really nobody outside of the. Department of Justice much ever knew who. This man was He was serving on the staff of the deputy. Attorney general the United States in the Obama, administration and that blood into the Trump administration the, deputy attorney general was Sally Yates partisan And then the. Deputy following her was rod Rosenstein an incompetent While he was serving as the associate deputy attorney general to, Sally Yates He was conspiring with his wife Fusion GPS Which we're doing the opposition research and being paid for it On the Trump campaign The money of course was laundered through the law firm Laundered through fusion GPS. They hired the foreign former spy Christopher Steele Christopher Steele We're in constant contact So too was Mr. war and stroke stroke in charge. Of the Hillary investigation and then in charge, of the Russian investigation It gets complicated but it's really. Not sounds it unless you really focus in Now interestingly Mr. Steele. The former British, spy who was out to get Trump working with the Russians Paid at some. Point by the FBI leaker, to the media was also a special pleader apparently representing a, Russian oligarch now there's an irony. Is. And, the stroke, is working with Bruce or the associate deputy the attorney general the United States Christopher Steele is working with Bruce Moore so information comes in from Christopher Steele and, his wife I guess fusion GPS To this Justice department. Officials trying to push it into the FBI including apparently, reportedly to, Mr. stroke To, influence the outcome of the election So I. Would ask these twelve former intelligence officials what do you think of? That president has made it abundantly clear he's going to yank Bruce or security clearance Did we get another letter from you guys stating? That that's a good idea I've another question The president's going to yank his security. Clearance you understand That his boss has the power his direct boss. ORs direct boss has the power to yank. Security clearance That would be the ultimate. The attorney general, of the United States who is doing nothing on this They also have the power to fire him, I find, it interesting again I hear. These news guys on our favorite cable channel and elsewhere saying you know the president could fire him they want the president. To do these things so, then they can. Turn around and do their Sunday shows and trash him look at this a. Cover only, a dictator does this not only that he's not a white guy must be a racist you know this is this is the stuff Why. Does it, the attorney general fire Bruce oy What is it the deputy attorney general fire, Bruce, or The deputy? Director of the FBI fired, Peter, stroke Why do they keep setting, up the president of the United States this way.
"mr war" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Welcome back it is the ben ferguson show nice savvy with us this afternoon ever fbi agent pierce struck his testifying on capitol hill right now the same fbi agent today we're going to stop the president and then said they were gonna impeach the president referred to him as and then returned referred to him as the f bomb as well he was the guy in charge of the entire investigation into russia and collusion he was also in charge of investigation hillary clinton and he was kicked off the fbi investigation inclusion because of his extreme bias which he says is not bias he was not biased at all and his bias did not affect his professional world yeah right okay i believe you i don't appreciate what was originally being being said being changed i don't appreciate what was originally being being changed and then the court of the day was when trae gatty wrote back i don't give a damn what you appreciate agent struck and i could not agree more with his sentiment there five three five nine seven three to get your reaction do you believe this fbi agent and do you think he deserves to get the scrutiny of these receiving today i want you to listen in continuing live in washington seve by the fbi for mr or you said you did not personally receive documents from mr orbit the fbi did is that correct and you also said the fbi got documents from a different source in midseptember different source than whom different sources of mr war it was not mr moore who provided the initial documents that i became aware of in midseptember mr ordeal hand you the dossier that's missouri didn't hand me anything missing provided information to the fbi that included material that is what everybody's calling the dossier reloading steve ed again since again mr or provided.
"mr war" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Be confiscated among those who work in the west wing so anybody who's gonna go over to michael wolff and give him the time of day and go oh yeah yeah spilled their guts i mean he pro but the whole phone confiscation story from yesterday means that trump still doesn't know who's stab one of them back bakken who work but ben shapiro last night who who observed that with bannon and even katie walsh who's also she was the deputy assistant in the white house she's gone too with their departures the white house is running entirely more efficiently and more effectively and uh and there's a lot more that's getting done so you know you you may be right i mean it let let's face it steve bannon seems to be clearly the source for much of the material in michael wolves book if the president and sarah sanders are correct in their assertions he also was leaking everybody else he could and he was tried to advance steve bannon rather than the uh the administration so i'll timidly you know if that's true the white house knew what it was doing when it sent those guys packing push the call into here is a n tony our laura rather high antonio how are you i'm value today doing great sir appreciate your call honey what else it honestly is that uh uh mr war i know the they might not work i think he's what a dangerous and the president he's saying the president's gave them a group with mr president they didn't give of interview at calling him a liar.
"mr war" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Second go the the i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show the chip ariffin how aid emerge from an african force david common of the off and we've established what did his car hiv one am and the assumption is that it proceeds at from siv with from a simeon hiv however when that happened is important give it you introduces to a man named wore a blue who has a b s l three lab in arizona first of all what is the b s l free lab and what does he need to us to uh to solve the mystery of there being a sample from 1960 from the democratic republic of congo then called drc 60 and a sample from zaire in nineteen fifty nine what does mr war be looking for he's looking for as you say early samples of hiv positive people and these were discovered retro actively retrospectively by screening tissue samples and frozen blood samples one of them had been found uh and that was labelled z are 59 meaning that came out of his air zaire in nineteen fifty nine it came out of the city that then was known as leopoldville former capital of the uh the belgian congo as as i was known in 1950 night werbe had that he knew the genetic sequence of that but he needed something to compare it to and then someone found a series of tissue samples that had been stored at the university of constanza in a little cupboard room behind a blue curtain uh which i've inch leave went to see and those tissue samples were brought out of the um what now these this country keeps changing names uh belgian congo to zaire to democratic republic of the congo is it is now these tissue samples were brought out of there and sent some of them to michael warmby in tucson at his lab and he managed to extract fragments of virus from one of those samples enough fragments to piece together the viral genome and recognize that this too was hiv one group m this came from uh drc democratic republic of the congo and the data to 1960 so now there were these two samples e fifty nine drc 60 war a could compare them using their genetic sequences and the sharon's of.
"mr war" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"They are asking for uh i you know he he could do that uh but you know the deputy attorney we're working with the deputy attorney general now who and the fbi director i mean they can do it also but they're no you know and every day that goes in every day that goes by uh their reputation continues to go down the drain and i get i get the impression for the to individuals that you just mentioned they're not being very cooperative they are not but uh but i think people are starting to learn the truth okay well i mean you know this i think slowly yeah it's taking away mar a way more time than it should but i think people are beginning to learn what what what their government's been up to and they're not happy with it you know i kind of look at our our committee's got to the bottom of it i gotta ask the sixty four dollar question there times almost up anyway and it's it's one that you probably won't answer what is it you think that they're hiding well look our our investigation uh is in two fights to what we say fis abuse and other matters so what we're really trying to determine is we're any warrants used uh particularly on the trump campaign uh and can't are those tied directly to this dossier that was bought and paid for by the dnc so you would have a political party getting phony intelligence passing it on to the fbi and then the fbi starting an investigation if that happened there was a major problem in this country of course so the more they stonewall the more they make it look like they're guilty of something okay what's what's what's next for you in the committee well today we issued a subpoena we're delivering a subpoena to mr or for him to appear before our committee so that we so that he can answer questions uh and then you know we wanna know who mr or that this was going back to what we just talked about mr war is the guy who was meeting with the british spy who developed the dossier a mr trump and was also meeting with eu fusion gps who is paid by the.
"mr war" Discussed on KOMO
"30 minutes right here on your home of the huskies komo news time three two well it more continues to push on with his senate campaign and alabama despite calls by republicans to drop out more has been accused by at least five women of initiating inappropriate sexual contact with them when they were teenagers and he was in his thirties one republican who hasn't spoken out publicly about the allegations president trump white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked about that during a briefing today the president supported the decis far the rnc to with resources from this race fulfills its up to the people are alabama to make the decision i don't have anything further to add on that front thank you sir i don't mean by as he left his justice necessarily the most important thing the face in the country right now that it happens to be my stories on it for the day you say that the president is these allegations against mr war judgment to be very shortly extremely troubling exception as we all though the president faced a number of fatalities asians or somewhat similar allegations during the course of the campaign and he vigorously denied i wonder what you would have certificated difference between two situations such that on the face of things we should find on one side of allegations very troubling and on the other we should pay attention to them at all we should totally disbelief why did the president has certainly a lot more insight into what he personally did or didn't do and he spoke out about that directly during the campaign and i don't have anything further add the on that is white house spokesperson sarah sanders house republicans of pazner tax plan clearing a hurdle in the effort to reshape the tax code by the end of the year abc's serena marshall reports from capitol hill this is about giving hardware spares bigger paychex more take home pay bigger the house paul ryan applauding the house passage of their tax reform bell the vote passed with thirteen republicans crossing the aisle to vote against the measure the.
"mr war" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The man again but this this stretch more stuff right now i have to be frankly you sir disturbs me greatly out of god it took me greatly you i have uh ha i have great respect for him is mr steve bannon i don't know quite frankly where he's coming from as he is threatened the primary every republican senator who is city now except for senator ted cruz of texas and if you to put mr war george borst gives me in this place against mr luther strange uh it's a case that gets as i wonder the more don't have said that uh career surround curiouser can't make uh hide nor hair of its usual steve bannon is is is a person who is at the royal blue waters he is a person who uh y you pick the the angry as person to run that that's just by he's not getting rid of that concern even with the the president's agenda or anything else that he just the concern frankly with the with the whatever mr if he can uh you can bring up the free country is that right to do so i don't personally take his pronouncements all that seriously especially now the the loggerheads any official authority uh so again i i don't worry much about steve bannon anyway thank you do the research in akron ohio on the bohannon show hi oh they're mr bohannon um i i you know i i i can't understand why uh the the the young ladies waited forty years all of them waited forty years and then tried it in the press instead of going to court i mean that really bothers me and well also bothers me is that um our congress us not lily white and never has been and never will be there's all kinds of corruption going on and to think that uh they these some some of these um uh congressmen have to prove that their lily white right in this day and age um when all this uh gay stuff that every other bazaar things happening in our country and why people can't accept that maybe.
"mr war" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Any case ah my client beverley nelson young nelson uh came forward because she thought it was important share what she alleges were her experiences with this two more when sues she was fifteen and sixteen years old she vies with few exceptions kept a secret for more than forty years except that she did disclose what she alleges occurred with mr more to some close family members and but she didn't because she was in fear of his two more the power that he had disclose it uh to others other than family members but now she's broken her silence and uh she gave me and us our permission permission does feature of family members which we did including her sister whom she told uh two years after the alleged incident her mom who has said that she completely believes her daughter and that her daughter would tell the truth even if it hurts um and uh and others so here's the really big point we wanna make which is we have volunteered to have beverley testify under oath to the statement she made at the press conference on monday uh to the united states senate judiciary committee and we want them to hold a public hearing as soon as possible uh within the next two weeks and then show answer any questions voluntarily under oath at the senators have for her that might be relevant to her allegations against mr war and we would like them to subpoena roy more to the committee and have him answer questions uh under oath if he wants to deny it let them do so under cross examination by the senators and under oath so yesterday i did send a letter email it to the united states and it's just sure committee and also to the us senate select committee on ethics asking them to hold the hearings so were we are awaiting their response and uh let's see what happens now i don't know if they'll have a hearing i don't know if he will be subpoenaed and if he is the pena that appears whether he will take the fifth amendment privilege against selfincrimination or not uh but what's interesting is uh what his approach has been to this and of course beverley is the fifth woman to come forward the first four were interviewed by the washington post and as far as i can tell beverley is the first one to actually speak out on television.
"mr war" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Countries and join feet wisconsin tents name uh again uh how happy i was happy 'cause we got a supreme court justice us sanctuary cities not being a way of the future that's what they would yes go ahead because you would bring up in fact how did you see on way to lose your athletes caught stealing in china no big uh uh network is talking about some of our ball uh uh ball who is the younger so i got a gift just others of a longoverdue some your 'cause the order playing cutters all right louie time china with two of his classmates now is it they were they were on a sick wounded some the tune from the father from everybody twenty four hours don't go away mm uh going home with the teenage gene uh well i don't know how we can fight through saw rugged story i don't know whether they will for those unfamiliar for those unfamiliar lee angelo ball cody riley jaylen hill they were actually released on bail after being questioned about this uh chinese officials uh you know don't even say whether or not they were technically arrested a spokeswoman for china's foreign ministry says we're handling this in accordance with the law that will guarantee the rights in accordance with the law for those involved in the case chinese law a little different than american though but i don't think they're going to be dragged off often killed like like uh like mr mr war beer was in in north korea no not at all since june the only nfl players you talk about even saw students in the united states let's remember let's get this abject glass in in uh jurors who cares journalist in china and let's not forget the 2016 olympics florida the more exposure again swimmers why don't know he wants to go away it's just take are lucky stores in the ground nice a matter that i think these are good thank you mike get a good solid l a energy he's he's surrounded by the.
"mr war" Discussed on 20/20
"Police are reportedly quizzing business associates of michael warren who confirm his dead wife suspicions about michael cheating there were rumors at least the mr war was happening affair with a specific woman that used to repossess course for him that woman is sheila keyed sheila was a glades girl sheila grew up in small towns on the outskirts of the everglades near lake okeechobee she this country she was attractive the boys liked her and she liked money she wanted a rich life she wanted nice things and michael warn could offer some nice things it started with a paycheck warned was in the business of selling cars sheila in the business of repossessing them from his deadbeat customers she apparently was tough his nails people said that she would go to any neighborhood at any time the day or night and color flatbed truck out and take heart she was fearless but both deny any romantic relationship when they asked mr warn about the supposedly fear with schumer cane he denied it it was he said she said employee said that they would leave for long lunches together slowly but surely dark clouds of suspicion gathering in the sunshine state and sheila keane squarely in detectives crosshairs especially when they get wind of this she allegedly went to an auto parts store that she frequented dressed as a clown to entertain the owners young children and speaking of disguises the 27yearold was married to someone who might have worn one himself.
"mr war" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is news radio 620 wtmj day stephen eric out i am unable almost had mondaytuesday or we're going to deftly dip into some more hurricane harvey coverage as the president tours the damaged areas in there and as his levies break i'm reading stories horrific flooding and though it sorry i'm reading thousands of homes could be in danger because of this disease levy breaches so in any of them don't have insurance yeah and and there's not a lot of places to go so will follow that up our everyday at this time is fight what are you have worse today mr war us we're talking about harvey and rightfully so but a number going to get to this that they could from the docket before the day is not as well the the north korean missile launch drought for his the tower if you will hit japanese and here the in the us we've become a custom over the last oh handful of years the smartphones of grown to be more popular technology has been on the rise that we are youth the getting notifications on our phones on television amber alert certainly that's helpful you gotta and alert a tornado warning comes through and so you get a little your phone buzzes you get the alarm of you're able to act accordingly will huggy like the way i shouldn't laugh but i'm gonna laugh anyway because it's happening really far away from be right on how'd you like to wake up to the text message saying missile approaching cover key that's exactly what happened in tokyo as of course kim jongun launch this missile over a portion of japan this story read that an earthquakeprone japan the public is is somewhat used to these emergencies you get used to the warning mizunami take cover i mean it sounds really scary here to media to us but over there at somewhat second nature as they prepare and have to be prepared for these different natural disasters but on tuesday yesterday residents received a rare warning please a missile was approaching from north korea and was likely to fly over parts of.
"mr war" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"350 at wtmj traffic and weather is with the mr war us in for ms laws guy hello scott mr mercure with an accident and incident free ride on your monday afternoon to this point any way things are building most southbound 43 brown deer to down town that's 19 minutes seven minutes over the norm it's also them steady from downtown to layton avenue over the high rise bridge in the southbound direction that it's fourteen minutes 6 minutes in delays 4145 southbound from highway q to the zoo interchange is sitting at a sixteen minute ride as you work your way out of the downtown area towards the zoo a smooth ride of eight anna the bypass no problems to report their either it's six minutes in both directions north and southbound between these soup and hale scott horace wtmj pellawi wi com timesaver traffic the wtmj fiveday forecast for tonight maybe a shower probably cloudy low sixty three degrees tomorrow partly cloudy high seventy eight wednesday scattered showers and storms a high of eighty two degrees thursday a lingering shower a high of 81 and on friday partly cloudy a high of seventy eight degrees in waukesha it's 75 in milwaukee it is pretty nice 73 degrees i just read a fascinating book really really interesting book it's called dirty wars and polished silver it's about the life and times of a war correspondent turned ambassador tricks that's the wife and ban embassador i never heard that word for him bass attracts sounds kind of dirty but means that you're married to an ambassador linda she who stirs the woman at the centre of it all and i spoke to her recently so you you're a war correspondent you are married to a high ranking american diplomat my goodness what a life you've lead in the book is fascinating the wing capture that thank you let's talk first about your time as a as a war correspondent i was in embedded correspondent during the early days of the iraq war and it was unlike like anything i really expected what stands out for you being a war correspondent.
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