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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"And so Okay Yeah. Let's try again. So here we go. Everybody this is around three by the way folks, I mean. and. I don't know if this has anything to do with the topic gentlemen but. It's crazy but I'm Anne Hill also like to welcome other host Rick Warren and James. Toops we appreciate you guys being on here for the third time and next to who gave you the welcome back is our very special guest Gabriella. Gabriella, it's great to have you on the show Rick's great to have you on the show. And James, always a pleasure along with your better half. Sit next to you. We appreciate that Daniel that you're here with us. What what? I asked Louis. Thank you for having me. So we are looking forward to some great stories once again, and so we're going to try and do this apparently. We've been having some issues with the Internet and we've never had him this bet, have we rick? Never like telling Jane's logo. I said this as long as we've been doing this. This is the first time I've ever seen this happen I mean it's it's really bad and I and I can't say if it's because of our topic. Or what but if you haven't seen what our topic is, please check it out. It's Going to be an interesting show and by the way if you hear any weird moaning sounds in the background, it is holly my dog. My little monkey scratching her back on the chair making all these moaning noises. So she's pretty to I. Wish you guys can see her oh, they've seen her. You've seen her. For some reason I don't know why we've been having these glitches in our show, but I hope this this last time that it will happen. You know what I hope so too, gibbs this is just crazy. So anyway, I went into control of my own Internet and put it on a hot spot on my phone. So it's going to be kind of A. Not. Quite as good as I normally have a better than what we've had tonight I hope at least I'm really hoping. So gentlemen should we continue with Gabriel? It's topic. and. Then we'll get into hours in just a little bit. Definitely Guess Third Times journalist. Gaby the floors years once again. So let's see. What you got to tell us. There's a few wilders about like start at the beginning of. The Year Fo. About the UFL I guys, this is the third time. I hope this is the less than because. She's over here. So Ville your stress and. So. Your. About three years ago. When I was. Four years old on the Fulton Street on our Old House me and my dad once again on the porch looking up into the night sky. We saw this light it was. A bright blue collar. Real like the light as course. Of course, the light is blue. So that's how the color was the light current looking up my blue light up in the ceiling. So. Like that was like that. So my dad was booked Gabriella. Ananias like. I was like daddy what is that and it was like I know the like Blue Pyramid, the shape of. Egypt pyramid. Triangle. So like the pyramid was really really. Small and it was blue. It was like like, right there's just standing right? There is so. I showed my mom and I was like Mommy and then he was like, what did I shoulder choose like? Oh my God. and. Then before Dan. Right there I wanNA came back out and was just gone. He was like right there then. To the night sky in this thing took off really fast. It was like what stained still and then it took off. Yeah, it took. took off the really really fast by then when I went inside and he came back with us on. Well and how fast did it take off like you know like? a race car racecar. That's fast. It went. It would standing still and then just shut off real quick. Wow. So I think she saw one of the triangles. You. Didn't make any noise. It was like. Like A siren nor is that a the needle knowing split louder almost home neighborhood could hear it. And then you had a ghost story that you're telling me. Go story will be included in five four. Three. Two. One. So Me and my mom wants to go eat somewhere. and. We decided to go to the steakhouse. So we went there and we got off the car and went site. We sat down at the table on the lady this Li Like A. Come out with their hair like this in a big pointy till you know how those ladies at the Bun because you know she was GonNa Service and she didn't want to give her hair dirty. So. She left left us off with a warning. She said excuse me folks come. This steakhouses very haunted. I just wanted to warn you because there's been a lot of paranormal activity going on here and You know there's it's just really haunted I just wanted to live you off with a warning and. Gabby I think have we heard this story before Phillips No. I haven't heard. This were making a funny because you know this is the third time you've had to tell. Mike. Maybe. She's doing a good job is. So after that or just lady. Her she had like Lug dripping on her is like hard hard. I don't like software. They like tears tears of blood hard crying a card blood tears coming down. and. Her her head. Out of nowhere her head on like this turned around, her body was not even moving just helical her her head turned around all the way. Al Yeah I am not kidding. So after that was like Mommy Mommy Mommy. What now I told her about the leading. All, my God Gabriella, we need to leave right now that lady was rights stone we left and she said we're never going to go back to one hundred steakhouse again. That's crazy. And did you have any other encounters with? Spirits or ghosts there's actually one more than I had on my newest house. It's my grandma's how she's. She's at my grandma's my grandma is actually here. How can Eighty my grandma, she's eighty years old and she's here at this house right now in Floresville. She and I think she's asleep right now. Oh yeah, she's asleep. So she her name is. Mrs. Rodriguez and. She's Asleep right now, I just wanted to include her on this because she has..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Back at it this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with a much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists in the city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday, a cool rain police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those who've been following this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Why did you bring you together? I know the the calling police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words, and I'll add mind to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer del would passing away last night with his family by his side. And you know, it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with lawn public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets of Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in the state coordinated data from twenty seventeen Cincinnati's the most dangerous. We had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning. Good morning, and I want to also extend my condolences in Coleraine. I'm so fat, and I know the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer details, and you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just devastating for our community. All the, you know, public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale and any past I guess quietly last night too. And and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well an area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street down. Town Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert to other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We had a meeting on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was the girl that was struck and killed by watching highschool, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening? And especially we're looking right now at schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck. A date or high school, and there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can is a city to get lights and flashing things and signed let people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there the Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday Dhillon public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their loss, and it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always. Doc between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had a cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call him. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible writer, but I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car, you have ignore it. You should not be taxing on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that Tony was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which is ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because of the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people and other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that were not foreseen are high school students or junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person. Amy, Mary, she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten Fatos. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down into the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our tramp part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem by especially for school students. Excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get into cross even if you're in a crosswalk. You're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of putting fines up just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by pedestrian doing that dealt think about it, and we need to make sure that they do press a button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and booking down and you get in a crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks than assume I'm in a crosswalk. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one. And my light turns green look laughed. I look, right. I look left again about the hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I I, you know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is it worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this officer del woods in Coleraine township. And that's what the you know, again, that's an inactive crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is this happens all the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at my high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to let people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver and honestly destory on. But you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning, and it gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I did that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive he didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beep in your car, so I just encourage everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a common and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had to cross some of the streets..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back at at this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl's tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists than city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday Coleraine police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those in this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Wines. You bring you together. I know the the chlorine. Police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words I'll add to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer. Del would passing away last night with his family by his side, and it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with law and public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets or Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in in the state, according to data from two thousand seventeen Cincinnati is the most dangerous we had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning, good morning. And I want to also extend my condolences in court. I'm so fat. And I noticed the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer DALE'S. And you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just waiting for our community all the public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale any past I guess quietly last night too and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well at area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street downtown Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert. Two other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, I it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We we had a medium on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was a girl that was struck and killed by, you know, high school, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening, and especially right now schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck a date or high school. And there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can to get lights and flashing things and signed twit people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there. The Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday too public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their lost. And it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always childhood between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call them. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible driver. But I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car you have to ignore it. You should not be texting on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks in areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people on the other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that we're not forcing our high school students are junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person, Amy she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten fails. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't cool rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down to the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk and out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our transplant part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem. But especially for school students, excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get in cross even if you're in a crosswalk, you're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of quitting fines up, you know. Just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by three and doing that don't think about it. And we need to make sure that they do press the button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice are in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and looking down and you get in the crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks and assume I'm in a crosswalk. Safe. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that I contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one and my light turns green, I look left. Look, right. I look left again about to hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I. You know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this, officer woods and Coleraine township. And that's again, that's an active crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is is this happens. All the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to what people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver. And honestly, Australian, but you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having you know, they lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning and gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I get that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive you didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beef in your car. So I think urge everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a comment and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had across some of the streets..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Mile from the US border. They accused the migrants of being messy ungrateful and a danger to Tijuana. They also complained about how the caravan forced its way into Mexico calling it the same thing, Donald Trump did an invasion, and they voiced their worries that their actual tax dollars might be spent to care for the group chance were clear. We don't want them in Tijuana. Mrs Rodriguez housewife said the government needs to conduct background checks on the migrants to make sure they don't have criminal records. Another woman who gave her name to the media. Lamb blasted the migrants who she said came to Mexico. In search of government aid and handouts my favorite quote of hers was when she told the TV news cameras, let their government take care of them. I where's the media on this story? I mean, it's heartbreaking to see this. Right. Away once election day came in pass, the liberals and could give a damn about this caravan and the people in it. Oh, and the media that was giving them that twenty four seven coverage where did you go? Did you run out of gas to follow the caravan? Did you run out of food and water or did you never really care about these people in the first place? That's right. They just wanted Trump and the GOP to look bad for election day now, the elections gone and they've clearly moved on to other things. There are also missing the best part of the entire story. And that is the people of Mexico are angry that people are invading their country. And they're demanding the exact same things that many conservatives like myself have demanded all along including that these invaders get out of their country and stop taking their resources. It's kind of ironic, isn't it? Now, it's this story has taken on a minute. So because as soon as tear gas was used that was the headline. Oh my gosh. Can you believe it tear gas was used against these refugees? These people are the ones that are rushing our borders, their violent, we're not shooting tear gas at little children were suiting tear gas at people who are trying to invade our country that we don't know who they are who became violent at our border. That is exactly what is supposed to happen. I'll say it again that is exactly what is supposed to happen in this scenario. The idea that it's not supposed to happen is is also just part of the insanity. Five three five nine seven three two. I have no problem with tear gas. Being used. I have no problem. With tear gas being used only against people in this. I do think it's an important point that are actually out there violent that are attacking that are assaulting these the same people that overran the police gas deserves to be used and the president was right to shut down the border. It's what you do when you have lawlessness. When you have lawlessness. This is what leadership looks like. When you have lawlessness. This is what you're supposed to do when you have lawlessness. This is what is supposed to happen. This is what leadership looks like with this president. This is leadership. It's I'll say it again. It's leadership this president decided to lead on an issue. He has the American people that understand that we don't know who these people are some of them have criminal records. Some of them are violent. We have seen the violence. We have seen them attack. Mexico's police what makes you think when they come to America. They want attack our police. And again, that's a serious question. What makes you think that when they get to this country somehow they're gonna play by our rules that they're going to not go after our police if they don't get their way, I'm supposed to believe that they're just randomly gonna get here and just play by our rules and become nice where they've been violent on their trek to get to America. And when they don't get their way they start assaulting police when they don't get their way. They started attacking our police are there. Police five three five nine seven three two was the president right and was border patrol right to use tear gas against these people five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three two second part about this that I just want to bring up real quick. Is is that I the media clearly has taken a side on this. The media has clearly decided that they are going to take the side of the migrant every time there's a story about a migrant. That's that's for sure. The way that they do their stories has shown that migrants. Never could commit crimes migrants are always great migrants. You're always supposed to feel sorry for and it's always the fault of the person who's the authority the police not the fault of the person who's breaking the law coming across the border illegally. No tear gas would have been used if these people actually respected our laws. So if liberals are mad that tear gas was used then tell them to not break our laws to come into this country, the right way the legal way. Don't skip the line get in line. If you're mad that tear gas was used then you need to make sure that you tell them to stop breaking the law. They treat the American law enforcement agents like they're the criminal. They treat them like they are somehow the criminal and the other people are somehow not criminals, that's the other part that really irritates me. They act like this is the fault of the police instead of the people that are invading this country. I will always stand behind law enforcement when they're doing the right thing. This is not police brutality. This is law enforcement doing their job to make sure that people that are trying to break in this country illegally are not able to do it. And when they rushed the border, and they rush are barriers, and they rush are fences. And that we have an obligation. We have an obligation. To protect our border. We have an obligation to do this. I'll go to your phone calls and see what you think.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We're looking for lights over here. And then what do I come upon red and green this is crazy? Red and green shotgun. Shell lights. USA shotgun. Shell Christmas Christmas lights season of love and brotherhood. And all shotgun shell seriously, Donald Trump. This is your fault. Go to hell. Now, these lights have been sold long before Donald Trump. Okay. Long before Donald Trump ever did this long before. But they're gonna blame him for that. Now. Because why not I mean, go all in here. Right. You just you just go all in just make it up as you. Go be furious as you go. I mean, why not? Angry about it. Five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. I wanna get your phone calls in here. See what you think about this? We also have got this word. Now, there's been this shooting in and around Chicago at a hospital. We've been told that there are apparently multiple people that are injured they this just happened moments ago. So we don't have a lot of great information. But we will certainly keep you updated on that throughout the afternoon on that one also on another issue Tijuana they've had enough they are chanting. The people of Mexico are chanting get out get out get out as the caravan that was coming to America as basically made to America, they're about a mile away. They're camped out in the city of Tijuana anti-migrant demonstrators surround. Ended the press and started yelling at the protesters because they believe that they are invading their country. Kind of ironic, isn't it? You got. And this is the same things that we've been saying you heard me, right? Mexico citizens are telling those camping out in Mexico as part of the caravan to get the hell out of their country and go back to where they came from. Now, the AP reported today that the displeased Tijuana residents wave the Mexican flags saying the Mexican national anthem and chanted out out out. Then they'd said something else that was interesting because this is really close to the same type of thing that Donald Trump has said. The same type of thing that Donald Trump has talked about. They accused the migrants of being messy, ungrateful. At a danger to the people of Tijuana. They also complained about how the caravan forced its way into Mexico chanting that this is nothing, but an invasion. They were calling it an invasion. They also now have voiced their worries and concerns that their taxes now will be spent to care for a group that is there illegally. Protesters shouted. We want them out. We don't want them in Tijuana. We don't want them in Tijuana. We want them out. Rodriguez. Mrs Rodriguez housewife said the government needs to conduct background checks on the migrants to make sure they don't have criminal records. Another woman who didn't want to give her name to the press. When the migrants sushi said came to Mexico in search of handouts. She then went on to say, let their government take care of them. I'm tired of them invading our country. It's amazing. How the media was obsessed with this caravan. Until election day pass. And now they're nowhere to be found. And they're missing the best part of the story. The best part of the story is is now that these people were camping out in Mexico waiting to get into America. The people in Mexico one of the hell out of their country. And they're saying get them out and the same concerns that conservatives like myself and Donald Trump. Have said about the legal immigrants coming into this country are the same exact same things. Excuse me. Now, the people in Mexico are saying. The people in Mexico are saying the same things. The people in Mexico are saying exactly the same things. The people in Mexico are concerned their tax dollars are going to be spent on these illegal immigrants. The people in Mexico are concerned that their resources are going to be taken away from them. The people in Mexico are concerned that they're going to affect their economy in a negative way. They don't want them there. They want them out. Ironic how that works? Unbelievably ironic how that works. Five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. I wanna get your phone calls in here. I wanna see what you think about this get your reaction to it. But they're these people were having the same exact concerns that I had the same exact concerns that everybody had. They're the same concerns. The same worries this same nervousness. I mean, I. These are the same exact concerns and worries. Why is the media not covering this? I'll tell you why. Because they don't care anymore. This migrant caravan was nothing more than us. They political pawn to try to get voters to get fired up. That's all this was this was about trying to get them fired up say would freak out. Loser minds be angry. And then after the election day was over they stopped covering this. Most people didn't even know that the care van was only a mile away from America. But it didn't matter because it didn't get here in time for election day. And that's when they need the videos that is when they needed it. They needed the video and they wanted to use them then and that was her whole going objective. All right..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Quality. And it is equality live feed option in case you want to monitor it live. Which you can do or you just wait until it singer clips when something goes on in front of the cameras with mine during the timeframe you specify so you set it up. How you want it? Blink protect dot com slash ftl. Blinkprotect dot com slash F T L to save as we continue here. We will take your calls and thoughts about anything. But Mark, you would started a story about a a very rich guy who's dropped hundreds of millions of dollars already on a plot of land and some kind of corporate structure. I don't think they've started building anything on the land yet. There's some buildings there are okay. I I don't. Yeah. There's two buildings interesting. All right. See a building in the background and one of these pictures. It's this is a New York Times story about a bitcoin guy who wants to create some kind of a bitcoin space bitcoin city. Tell me more about this vision. What else about it? We need to know. Mister burns managed to win over local officials who are eager for economic development, Nevada governor, Brian sandy. Paul read a proclamation name the Blockchain's property innovation park at an event last month where burns sat on a panel with the governor and Elon Musk the chief executive of tesla. All right. So he's got connections Tesla's gigafactory in Nevada which had been described as the largest building in the world is surrounded by Blockchain's land companies Google apple switch also have properties in the industrial park that has surrounded by Mr. burns holding. So he bought land around mega corporate property surrounded them, I guess to some extent he's going to extending ring around there. I guess he's going to. Well, I mean, maybe that is what drove up some of the value of the land could be this week. He announced a memorandum of understanding with one of the state's main power companies envy. Energy to team up on projects that will run energy transactions through a blockchain Nevada county where this is all located story county has only about four thousand residents and was best known until recently for its history of silver mining, and it's modern Branca's, including one owned by a county Commissioner, I did say earlier, it better be sitting for one hundred and seventy million dollars for six thousand some acres. It better be sitting on a gold mine, apparently they did silver mining in that county. So maybe there's some extra benefits for nothing. Yeah. Same county Commissioner Lance Gilman bought the land surrounding the brothel turned it into an undemocratic park where tesla Google or now located blockchain has already received preliminary county support for a new town along the Turkey river with thousands of homes Turkey is. Sort of very close to the California border. I think Turkey is in in California Truckee river with thousands of homes a school and a drone delivery system, and it's working closely with the county on a broader master plan, this beginning to make more sense. Isn't it it sounded a little bit more sensible for now Blockchain's is empty land? And repurpose office building. Mr. burns said the company won't begin construction on the broader property until late twenty nineteen at the earliest after putting together the by the way, that's just going to be later than that. It always this. He's thinks this way is after putting together the master plan and getting it approved by the county, the office manager four thousand people in these people want you to put together a master plan. Of course, they do they want you to believe they know best. The these rednecks in the middle of sandy county, or whatever it is here. Are going to tell you whether or not this makes sense the office manager for mister burns old law office in Los Angeles. You wanna Rodriguez moved with her for children and husband to Nevada. He has these crazy ideas. But I know that every time he sets his mind to something he doesn't he will get. There's there's MRs Rodriguez twenty nine who's worked with Mr. burns for years and is now the manager of the Blockchain's office in Nevada. That's why I decided to move to spent most of his lever. Well, she's a believer in him. Yeah. And when you've seen enough, you know, Mr. burns spent most of his professional life on class action lawsuits. Many of them against financial companies. He learned about bitcoin in two thousand twelve was won over by another crypto currency a theory, which makes it possible to store more than just transaction date on the blockchain mister burns body third. The digital token associated with theory on a on a big sale in two thousand fifteen thanks to an astronomical increase in the price of ether and some well time selling last year. The it crashed knee became wealthy enough to fund his dream project. Unbelievable. Good for his good story. Theory is what he makes billionaire. Yeah. His community more than just a giant real estate project to understand why requires more than a bit of imagination in faith, every resident and employees. We'll have what amounts to an theory address, which they will use to vote on local measures and store their personal data. Mr Byrne believes the theory will give people a way to control their identity and online data without any governments or companies involved that is a widely shared view on the blockchain community, but there are significant questions about whether any of it can work in the real world. Most blockchain companies have failed to get this internet thing all about oh, it's just a fad. It'll never work. Yeah. What how many websites are still here that were here in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight when I got on the internet. Yahoo. Google probably existed. But I hadn't heard I think they started in like ninety nine or two thousand or something like that. AOL? There's probably a websites. They're still around just whether they relevant or knots and other question that's a good question. Not much things change and winners and losers. The, you know, the the trophy changes hands. But my my point in saying that was there were people in the nineteen ninety s whose attitude towards the internet. Yes is the same. As this attitude is towards blockchain talk. Well, no, this is going to do anything we can figure this out. That's one of the reasons that I his his whole thing here is is that what he's he's proposing to let people vote on the the blockchain. Well, that's a suggesting that our election system is in some way or another. So messed up that we're you know, picking winners and losers at such a terrible rate poorly. Does that make sense like me restate myself? That the blockchain is the truth. Right. The blockchain being a public ledger in this. I think that the elections in the United States. Close enough to the truth that we don't really need blockchain technology to fix that particular thing. Elections. The problem is is that idiots get votes. That's a problem. He just wants to make sure the idiots votes are counted correctly. If that's or maybe he wants more democracy. It's going to be a private town. So he can have whatever kind of setup he wants to dump enough money in democracy is gonna feel if you have if you dump enough money into it everything works socialism work look at Detroit in the nineteen sixties it worked because there was plenty of money any working now. That's because the money moves the happens. What happens with socialism? Yes. The people who are producers when get the hell out of there. Yeah. Well, if you give everybody a vote they're going to start voting for their own benefits. I don't know what the specifics are. You don't know what they're going to be voting on? So who knows what they will allow people to vote for and what they won't allow them to vote for. We don't know what the corporate structure or whatever. The ruling structure is giving away ninety percent. He says he says, I'm curious, it's a grand experiment. I mean, there's no doubt about it. But the the statement about well, we don't know if Blockchain's gonna be able I don't can you read the exact, quote where you just left us off on this. This critical statement about blockchain there are significant questions about whether any of it can work in the real world. Most blockchain companies have failed to gain any traction theorem and bitcoin networks have struggled to handle even moderate amounts of traffic. Okay. So those are things that could have easily been said about the internet in nineteen Ninety-three nine hundred ninety seven nineteen. I mean, you know, even now people will say that about internet in rural areas, and they say, it's it's struggles to handle even moderate amounts of traffic, hold that thought we're going to continue here because I think that they are figuring this stuff out. And a lot of these companies have been tremendously successful built from zero a lot of these blockchain related companies..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"We will take your calls and thoughts about anything. But Mark, you would started a story about a very rich guy who's dropped hundreds of millions of dollars already on a plot of land and some kind of corporate structure. I don't think they've started building anything on the land and buildings are. Okay. I I don't. Yeah. There's two buildings interesting. All right. See a building in the background and one of these pictures. It's this is a New York Times story about a bitcoin guy who wants to create some kind of a bitcoin space bitcoin city. Tell me more about this vision. What else about it? Do we need to know? Mister burns has managed to win over local officials who are eager for economic development, Nevada. Governor Brian Sandoval read a proclamation name the Blockchain's property innovation park at an event last month. Where Bester burns set on a panel with the governor and Elon Musk the chief executive of tesla. All right. So he's got connections Tesla's gigafactory in Nevada which had been described as the largest building in the world is surrounded by Blockchain's land companies Google apple and switch also have properties in the industrial park that has surrounded by Mr. burns holding. So he bought land around mega corporate property and surrounded them. I guess to some extent he's going to. Sitting a ring around there. I guess he's going to. Well. I mean, maybe that is what drove up some of the value of the land. I don't know. Could be this week. He announced a memorandum of understanding with one of the state's main power companies envy. Energy to team up on projects that will run energy transactions through a blockchain the Nevada county where this is all located story county has only about four thousand residents and was best known until recently for its history of silver mining, and it's modern. Putting one owned by a county Commissioner, I did say earlier better be sitting for one hundred and seventy million dollars for six thousand some acres. It better be sitting on a gold mine, apparently they did silver mining in that county. So maybe there's some extra benefit oversight for nothing. The same county Commissioner Lance Gilman the land surrounding the brothel turned it into an undetonated park where tesla Google or now located blockchain has already received preliminary county support for a new town along the Turkey river with thousands of homes Turkey is a sort of very close to the California border. Tricky is in in California Truckee river with thousands of homes a school in a drone delivery system. And it's working closely with the county on a broader master plan this beginning to make more sense as an Indian IT sounded a little bit more sensible for now Blockchain's is empty land and repurpose office building. Mr. burns said the company won't begin construction on the broader property until late twenty nineteen at the earliest after putting together. By the way, that's just gonna be later than that. It always is. He's thinks this way this after putting together the master plan and getting it approved by the county, the office manager four thousand people in these people want you to put together a master plan. Of course, they do they want you to believe they know best. The these rednecks in the middle of sandy county, or whatever it is here. Are going to tell you whether or not this makes sense the office manager for mister burns old law office in Los Angeles. You wanna Rodriguez moved with her four children and husband to Nevada. He has these crazy ideas. But I know that every time he sets his mind to something he doesn't he will get their MRs Rodriguez. Twenty nine is worked with Mr. burns for eight years. And is now the manager of the Blockchain's office in Nevada. That's why I decided to move to burn spent most of his lever. Well, she's a believer him. Yeah. Man when you've seen enough, you know, Mr Byrne spent most of his professional life on class action lawsuits, many of them against financial companies. He learned about bitcoin in two thousand twelve was won over by another crypto currency a theory, which makes it possible to store more than just transaction data on the blockchain mister burns body third. The digital token associated with theory on a on a big sale in two thousand fifteen thanks to an astronomical increase in the price of ether and some well time selling last year before it crashed knee became wealthy enough to fund his dream project. Unbelievable. Good for his good story. Theorem is what he makes billionaire. Yeah. His community more than just a giant real estate project to understand why requires more than a bit of imagination and faith every resident and employees. We'll have what amounts to in a theory address, which they will use to vote on local measures and store their personal data. Mr Byrne believes the theory, and we'll give people a way to control their identity and online data without any governments or companies involved that is a widely shared view on the blockchain community, but there are significant questions about whether any of it can work in the real world. Most blockchain companies have failed to gain. This internet thing all about. Oh, it's just a fad. It'll never work. Yeah. What how many websites are still here that were here in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight when I got on the internet. I don't know. Yahoo. Google probably existed. But I hadn't heard I think they started in late ninety nine or two thousand or something like that. AOL? There's probably the show websites that are still around just whether they relevant or not's another question. That's that's a good question. Yeah. Not much things change and winners and losers. The you know, the the trophy changes. But my my point in saying that was there were people in the nineteen nineties whose attitude towards the internet. Yes is the same. As this attitude is towards blockchain that they're talk. Well, no, this is going to do anything we can figure this out. That's one of the reasons that I questioned his his whole thing here is is that what he's he's proposing to let people vote on the the blockchain. Well, that's a suggesting that our election system is in some way or another. So messed up that we're you know, picking winners and losers at such a terrible rate poorly. Does that make sense like a semi restate myself? That the blockchain is the truth. Right. The blockchain being a public ledger in this. I think that the elections in the United States are generally close enough to the truth that we don't really need blockchain technology to fix that particular thing. This election. The problem is is that idiots get votes. That's a problem. He just wants to make sure the idiots votes are counted correctly. If that's or maybe he wants more democracy. It's going to be a private town. So he can have whatever kind of setup he wants to dump enough money democracy is going to fail. If you have if you dump enough money into it, everything works, socialism work look at Detroit in the nineteen sixties it worked because there was plenty of money any working now. That's because the money moved the the, Mike. Socialism. Yes. Well, the people who are producers wanna get the hell out of there. Well, if you give everybody a vote they're going to start voting for the for their own benefits. I don't know what the specifics. Are you don't know what they're going to be voting on? So who knows what they will allow people to vote for and what they won't allow them to vote for. We don't know what the corporate structure or whatever. The ruling structure is giving away ninety percent. He says he says, I'm curious, it's a grand experiment. I mean, there's no doubt about it. But the the statement about what we don't know Blockchain's gonna be able what can you read the exact quote where you just left us off? This critical statement about blockchain there are significant questions about whether any of it can work in the real world. Most blockchain companies have failed to gain any traction theorem and bitcoin networks have struggled to handle even moderate amounts of traffic. Okay. So those are things that could have easily been said about the internet in nineteen Ninety-three nine hundred ninety seven nineteen and even now people will say that about internet in rural areas, and they say, it's it's. Struggles to handle even moderate amounts of traffic, hold that thought we're going to continue here because I think they are figuring this stuff out and a lot of these companies have been tremendously successful built from zero a lot of these blockchain related companies. There's more coming up here though, you can share your thoughts with us. It's free talk live. Are you? Once upon a time. There was Stephen. Sweet little Molly. Years later. Just me and Molly life doesn't always go as planned..

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Been caught one time. He does pick your spots. Here's the one. Oh and occur. Ball MRs outside to know. We who has homered in his game is on deck. Peterson off the game with a home run que-. Let off the second inning with a home run. Our in the third to pitch is off the outside three and change out. Mrs. Rodriguez is still just trying to fight his way through this start here today. Not the same guy that we've seen so often as you're not like he's getting lit up. Just not real sharp the three oh pitch. Balance swings away and pops it up third base side now drifting into foul ground longoria in front of the coaches box backpedals now two steps makes you catch nicely done. Valid you got the green light three. Oh and pops out Rodriguez worked around that. Triple a little help from his defense and an excellent pitch their to Bellinger to retire. The side Blanco then Rodriguez himself coming up it is due to dodgers middle of the third on the game. VR northern California Honda dealers radio network. KNB are six eighty. That a pop quiz for you. How well can you do? What's the last magazine you bought at the checkout line? What's the last book your kid checked out of the library? Who did your basketball team pick in the draft who did your kid pick to sit next to lunch? Book on the bestseller list. Name a book and your kids.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Facebook account is used to contact someone on their friends list this nikki trick brings an element of social engineering into the mix the unsuspecting user receives a facebook message from a friend and this could lowered their suspicions here is an example of one such message from a recent scam victim she message me on facebook saying did you hear the good news the intended says i said what news the scammer says i've got some money and you are on the list anytime you're asked to pay a fee up front for a prize you have supposedly one you should be very suspicious if you really wanna cash prize why couldn't they just deduct the fees and forward do you the rest for a lot of users this seems like common sense but scammers often prey on the naive and less tech savvy crowd make sure your friends and loved ones are aware of this threat always remember that just because a message comes from a facebook friend doesn't mean it's legitimate hacked accounts are often used to spread scams spam and malware recently a local person fell for a similar scam and cost the person three hundred dollars coffee county sheriff's department investigator jason dindi says he wants to warn the public that this is a scam make sure who you are talking to is truly someone you know indi added that you should never give out personal information or send money to anyone you don't know this particular scam ask you to send money by western union if you think you have been scammed contact local law enforcement congratulations to the student of the week logan smith logan is the daughter of kelly and artie smith and as an eighth grader at coffee county middle school logan was nominated because she is respectful responsible prepared and shows red raider pride says coffee county middle school principal kim aaron logan's favorite subject is math logan says her mom used to be a math teacher and that is why logan likes numbers logan is in mrs rodriguez math class when she is not in school logan enjoy spending time with her dog buddy and being with her family logan has future plans of coming a high school or middle school math teacher likely teaching algebra roslyn pardon owner.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Is a very real threat on facebook there many variations but the main lure is a claim that the target has won a large sum of money on facebook this is a form of lottery's promotions and sweepstakes usually a hacked facebook account is used contact someone on their friends list this niki trick brings an element of social engineering into the mix the unsuspecting user receives a facebook message from a friend and this could lowered their suspicions here is an example of one such message from a recent scam victim she message me on facebook saying did you hear the good news the intended says i said what news the scammer says i've got some money and you are on the list anytime you're asked to pay a fee up front for a prize you have supposedly one you should be very suspicious if you really wanna cash prize why couldn't they just deduct the fees and forward you the rest for a lot of users this seems like common sense but scammers often prey on the naive and less tech savvy crowd make sure your friends and loved ones are aware of this threat always remember that just because a message comes from a facebook friend doesn't mean it's legitimate hacked accounts are often used to spread scams spam and malware recently a local person fell for a similar scam and cost the person three hundred dollars coffee county sheriff's department investigator jason indies says he wants to warn the public that this is a scam make sure who you are talking to is truly someone you know indi added that you should never give out personal information or send money to anyone you don't know this particular scam ask you to send money by western union if you think you have been scammed contact local law enforcement congratulations to the student of the week logan smith logan is the daughter of kelly and already smith and as an eighth grader a coffee county middle school logan was nominated because she is respectful responsible prepared and shows red writer pride says coffee county middle school principal kim aaron logan's favorite subject is math logan says her mom used to be a math teacher and that is why logan likes numbers logan is in mrs rodriguez math class when she is not in school logan enjoy spending time with her dog muddy and being with her family logan has future plans of becoming a high school or middle school math teacher likely teaching algebra roslyn pardon owner.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Now if somebody answers through your system and get you get a yes or no answer out of them you know they're in there but if they don't answer does that mean they're not there to be honest we don't interpret negative responses if somebody doesn't respond we we basically treated as though we got no information and this is a very important reason for that you know patient could be deaf they could have not heard the instructions and if i ask somebody to imagine playing tennis and they don't hear that all they don't understand it maybe the pulse of the brain that are responsible for processing language of being damage and they don't respond oversee it doesn't mean that the gnawed away so we can only imagine i think you're how terrible it you know it must be to be in that situation particularly to be in that situation and to not be able to convey the fact that you are in that situation certainly for families and and for patients we find just being able to open that door to communication for them to know that the patient isn't completely lost but still has some not necessarily ole conscious knowedge of what's going on can be a tremendous relief throwing good luck in your work in thank you very much for your time again thanks for having me on bob dr adrian owen is a canada excellence research sharing cognitive neuroscience and imaging had the brain and mine institute at the university of western on terry out before we spoke with dr owen you heard briefly firm winifred rodriguez whose husband leonard has been in a vegetative state for the last eight years he was a subject in one of daughter owens experiments but so far dr on has not been able to establish communication with them nevertheless mrs rodriguez maintains great hopes for success in the future.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

ESPN Pittsburgh

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

"Game right that's where he lost that if he lost it because the game plan went out the window as soon as he got a base runner souza got the boost run bragman worry walked them on a high fastball he just said forget about the fastball buoyed slider changeups got into more trouble that's when the wheels came off and there that really got all really ugly form ended up exiting the ballgame joe girardi had the go to his bullpen something he did not want to do that early once k green used the but most likely not available for tomorrow but other than that all hands on deck for the yankees and also the houston astros again offensively they were there still word about one two but just a very lander was the story on the mound against seven strong innings that he shoots a grit in the sixth and seventh inning this guy really has it he understands had a pitch in a big game and again hats off for just a burland or two games against the yankees twenty one strikeouts and tell her how strikeouts pergame undoing the bath i i know mrs rodriguez will be ro happy but as he would be a chef he would be we we could newly atalanta fugitives georgia to all these years it will either man between mrs ruggeri you that mr q kontani miwa army my was missed pilgrim at cowdery insane ciprian in brooklyn new york bor i went to a pro pyschopath elian school there are people that a sticklers i think she had been a sabre metrics because that how high to bother she was about numbers the makes it all numbers we're going to be correct the yet to find a correct way to go about all you need though you need.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"That's where he lost that he lost it because the game plan went out the window as soon as he got a base runner souza got the boost runner bragman worry walked them on a high fastball he just said forget about the fastball boards slider changeups got into more trouble and that's when the wheels came off and and there that really got all really ugly forum ended up exiting the ballgame joe girardi had to go to his bullpen something he did not want to do that early once k green use the but most likely not available for tomorrow but other than that all hands on deck for the yankees and also the houston astros again offensively they were there still worried about one two but just a very lander who was the story on the mound against seven strong innings that he shoots a grit in the sixth and seventh any this guy really has that he understands how to pitch in a big game and again hats off for just a berliner two games against the yankees 21 strikeouts and tell them how strikeouts pergame undo on the map i i know mrs rodriguez will be room yep former ride out at sea would be chef he will agree we can i got no loretta lengthy did as georgia to all these years of land between mrs rodriguez mr q kontani miwa army my was missed pilgrim at cowering thing ciprian in brooklyn new york i went to a pyschopath elian school there are people that have sticklers i think she had been a sabre metrics because it added how bother she was about numbers the makes it all numbers we're going to be correct the yet to find a correct way to go about that well you need though you need the clock the houston astros maybe they have a space the decision sciences the part of the maybe smuggling here connected our lives pseudo trouble although william police say a drought of her as he has been major league baseball analyst in studio with ready called on espn radio oppose this question with all the things you said ceased the back in amount amman if the yankees 10 and 0 after yankees lost the season that he was terrific three hid ball six shutout innings the last time be.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The yankees and also the houston astros again offensively they were there still worried about one two but just a burland or who was the story on the mound against seven strong innings that he shoots a grit in the sixth and seventh thinning this guy really has it he understands how to pitch a big game and again hats offered plus the berliner two games against the yankees 21 strikeouts and cut and a half strikeouts pergame i'm doing the math i i know mrs rodriguez will be roku apple or me pour me out but at sea would be will he would be bad we could let a lengthy did i was tortured all these years lighter land between mrs ruggeri that mr q kontani who might were arming my was missed pilgrim at saint ciprian in brooklyn new york bor i went to a pistol failing school there are people that a sticklers i think she had been a staple metrics because that hi out to bother see was about numbers the make you the all numbers we're going to be correct and yet to find a correct way to go about the whole you need that you need the talk to the houston astros maybe they have a space the decision sciences the part of the baby maybe cybergear connected out your pseudo a couple of p auto field police say a drought of if he if bigleague baseball analyst in studio with freddy culminating espn radio oppose this question with all the things you said cease the back in amount amman after the yankees 10 and 0 after yankees lost the season he was terrific three hit ball six shutout innings the last time be to get together and john smoltz of the interesting say about more than who's going to get to start the night tomorrow night for houston he said he made good pitches he was just unlucky so who has the advantage it assisi bathroom basin is experience or more than any astros having homefield advantage cc sabathia and it's the experience i think ugh value it a lot i think since about the in this circumstance he can really slow down the game but at the end of the day it'll come down to the bullpen it'll come down to see who is able to shut down and keep a lot of.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Than you did in high school i be too all with assad is all an allusion to the point where there was this one tide right while the story that book in the poor woman i bear through the might right i dropping by undof its goal were relate as you know whatever i got a flat tyre or me you know i forgot one of my hit that homer you know whatever why we come into go over danny allied and i get up and furnishing mrs rodriguez on those bari where late you know we accidentally you know whatever you and he looked up and hit the market that she says an you are there you know before it really hit me mom rich that though i mean if you make it worse she was horrible a record i decided no makeup on my hair with what he was talking about how horrible i love meanwhile when i come to pip i'm all occupied as we call era odds fun and i did my you know before tight draft with the fake eyelashes and they hurled hair and the whole thing and they think of it totally eight hu literally big i'm a totally different and and i wanted to share that with the world because we hope our fouled rubies impossible standards that are not real right that's the point of me saying it and ina appellant you have hideous might the army well they might eat are so horrible there with armed in the bunions than they it kale it i didn't know what arches weren't lifestyle them on someone else's but i was so jealous my husband that i had that everything he said or not ugly their gm wild any threat of wrapping them and i was like i'm hearing that banned i'm keeping him wild only not letting you'd get away known at santiago do that yeah it's important for people to know the thing we've got a lean in culture right now where every if we lean at any harder we're going to fall uber helped meeting down take a load off and have a black wine i seriously was he that's what i.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In california that benefited three point eight million people dr portion mac works at a safety net clinic in hayward i saw a new group of patients that didn't have healthcare before it was a working class crew people at nontraditional salaries be knew that they're like the food service industry tips or real estate agents who rely on commission medical has always been a major provider of healthcare in california since the aca expansion it now covers a third of all residents in the state with that growth california brings in more healthcare dollars they flow into community clinics like dr max diversity of vasquez health centre to brazil has expanded in the last several years but they're still more to do they're still more outreach to do but the money allowed to icao vasquez to construct an entirely new clinic an and they shifted from paper to electric health records ceo david fleet says the expanded dental care to when we are able to make sure that mr smith or mrs rodriguez doesn't chauvinist er with tooth paying everyone in the community enjoys lower cost because of that well lead says he's relieved for now he'll continue to watch what happens in dc closely and so will doctors across the day at sucker burke san francisco general hospital some of them have been working for months to protect the aca dr emily thomas said that type of activism should keep going even though the dc ari has collapse at the center the the threat is still there for our patience and our patients are relying on everyone in this room to continue to advocate for their expanded access to care there is a chance senate republicans try to revive the stalled health plan that's what happened months ago in the house and laura kleindienst kqed news if you wanna start up a new tech company who do you turn to for funding venture capitalists in where did they get their money retirement funds and.

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"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"mrs rodriguez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Poverty line in california that benefited three point eight million people dr portion mac works at a safety net clinic in hayward i saw a new group of patients that didn't have healthcare before it was a working class crew people that nontraditional salaries fina that they're like the food service industry tear chefs or real estate agents who relied commission medical has always been a major provider of healthcare in california since the aca expansion it now covers a third of all residents in the state with that growth california brings in more health care dollars they flow into community clinics like dr max tip i see a vasquez health centre to repeal has expanded the last several years but they're still more to do they're still more outreach to do but the money allowed to versiya vasquez to construct an entirely new clinic and they shifted from paper to electric health records ceo david fleet says the expanded dental care to when we are able to make sure that mr smith or mrs rodriguez dozen chauve and the er with tooth paying everyone in the community enjoys lower cost because at that while lead says he's relieved for now he'll continue to watch what happens in dc closely and so we'll doctors across the day at sucker berg sampha cisco general hospital some of them have been working for months to protect the aca dr emily thomas said that type of activism should keep going even though the dcr a has collapse at the senate the threat is still there for our patience and our patients are relying on everyone in this room to continue to advocate for they're expanded access to care there is a chance senate republicans try to revive the stalled health plan that's what happened months ago in the house and laura livens kqed news if you wanna start up a new tech company who do you turn to for funding venture capitalists and where did they get their money retirement funds and wealthy investors recently.

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