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"ninety seven days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Shelley's case Luther could still find yourself back in jail for four more days when our cases ultimately heard no date for that has been set L. P. Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD hairstylist across North Texas are weighing in on the Shelley Luther fight Amanda teal works at a hair salon in the west village in Dallas and says while she felt the sting of no income she didn't think Luther should have opened her salon nobody is above the law and the way I look at it is everybody was able to get unemployment no matter if you work for yourself or you work for salon or a business Kerry Kenneth who works at eighteen eight in Dallas as a first she was at first she was all for the Luther fight until she ripped up the cease and desist letter I thought she'd have been if he hadn't done that I would have been more out behind that but only she did that I thought he was doing at the show but I I understood where she was coming from both say at the end of the day they are happy to get back to work so what do you think about the decision to release Shelley Luther from jail what he did ninety seven days was a little upset but he was the following the law later this woman out of jail going against the governor's orders what now you just open the door for more people to do it because now they know they're not going to jump behind it our support role with respect for what they should be left lady out of jail they should leave it there she should be one of the last all righty well you can sound off at two one four five two five seven four four two again that's two one four five two five seven four four two we wanna hear from you the justice department has dropped its criminal case against former trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn CBS news special report the president's first national security adviser is off the hook on criminal charges the justice department is dropping its case against Michael Flynn in an exclusive interview Attorney General William Barr tells CBS news at any stage during a proceeding even after an indictment or conviction or a guilty plea the department can move to dismiss the charges if we determine that our standards of prosecution have not been met you be a political analyst Larry Sabato it was inevitable that flan was going to be relieved of these charges one way or the other he was either going to see the case dropped or he was going to get pardoned by president trump which is exactly what Mr trump says he intends to do I will yeah.
Removing King’s name in Kansas City opens wounds, discussion
"Than what you think of this Associated Press headline Kansas city votes to remove king's name from historic street when I woke up this morning as we went to bed I would alert little early before the results and then on this election that was happening yesterday to change the date of Martin Luther king junior Boulevard the sale which it was about a year ago it was the to say only year ago and I woke up this morning and I saw those headlines and I some of the New York times and I some The Washington Post and the hill dot com and I thought this is going to make Kansas city look really bad because it now looks like the city yes pulling off the point the name of one of the great black civil rights leaders in the history of this country because we don't care about that I thought man that is a click headline so I didn't click on Twitter link on one of the headlights and I just saw comments of people talking about how we used to go to Kansas city and the city desk white people white people like again I thought you didn't you really didn't click the link which most people don't anymore I am but you really didn't click a link to get the entire story I remember this when it became an issue and they did stories about it we're trying to monitor what was going on in there is some historic value into say all I understand it was there since the late eighteen hundreds and it's referenced in pop culture and rap songs and all the branding along that street and Boulevard or whatever they have to say on everything like here in Saint Louis every company has the arch on it would be like telling people they could use the arch anymore that would be a big deal so the thing that surprised me the most on the article was Kansas city was the last major city without a doctor Martin Luther king name sake on a street that was kind of surprising but that's not what really happened it sounds like most people were just upset because they took something that the all know and love that per se Boulevard per se drive in what they decide to do is change name of people are upset about that not that not that they changed it to that specific name they just don't want to change it at all it is more so that than anything I mean nobody nobody things but we shouldn't honor doctor king in Kansas city for everything that he has done and there's such a concentration of African American population here as well just like in Saint Louis nobody thinks that there's no reason we should honor Dr Martin Luther king junior it was the process that that it went down that really make people mad and real quick but a year ago eight get someone to help you should rename a street after doctor king and at the time that they are slight James who has since left the mayor's office they form some sort of quick coalition and they said alright what are we going to do here it was either the airport is a new single terminal it was the potato or sixty third street and they don't even ask the people that lived along the coast there which is a major thoroughfare in here in the city there's a lot of houses a lot of businesses that are on sale in Kansas city so even without getting known will of the people that that that that the public vote they did a a survey which they call it I question some of the results of the survey and it turns out that you don't even go in the past they haven't really always done with you know what the city council has done and what not they just decided Hey we're gonna go with a sale and they just decided to March on with us and the city council voted eight to four disregarding any sort of legal precedent that's ever been set so people are actually more mad at the process Ryan than anything and that's what yesterday the folks look at sixty nine percent of the vote to overturn it turn it back into the potato that's what people are most bad about not pulling Dr king's game after mode mad about the fact that they were asked the people were asked and that the city council kind of screwed over Kansas city residents yeah and it be on the ballot you get nearly seventy percent that want to change back to says a lot that there wasn't a lot of support to begin with or at least a gain some support after the fact that they wanted to keep it the way it was historic as it may be you know when I look at national headlines and it's the worst place to get local news anytime you see and some outside source trying to talk about the community you live and they always get it wrong they always sensationalized and that's why you got to ignore these national news agencies when it comes to local matters I find and you really if you click on the New York times are like or The Washington Post worker the hill dot com or whatever national like you would know the backstory you would know that there were mistakes made the entire way as opposed to just hang out in the city had black people that's not that's not that's not what the whole point of this whole thing is I actually had can the city mayor quit Lucas on my show today I have to give the guy he's in at ninety seven day as mayor of Kansas city and it came out it was with us for half an hour and we grilled and we said we're was a mistake made it was a win win this a lot and he flat out said look we made mistakes latter fact he was at the very beginning her hair was part of the team that initially said let's vote and let's get this street named after doctor king E. as any of any of us do their mistake you can also make a mistake so I applaud American coming out and saying we made a mistake and we have to do our best to make sure that that doesn't happen again because like you like me like anybody let that we're all human and you know we want to see government make any kind of a state but their human as well and made a big mistake with this one can be Z. tacos Mike wicked joining us on overnight America in one thing I always find two is sometimes there's a disconnect between politics and politicians how in the world could they have not figured out per se was so beloved it's been there forever and people have it that they have rap songs from what I understand like you know taught rapping about people love this per se and it's kind of like part of the the identity of Kansas city like this is a not necessarily a landmark but it's something that everyone in the year you would know about how come the politicians going to figure out that there would be some problem trying to rename it there is something behind the scenes that none of us saw whether it was the SCLC religious leaders you know Baptist minister is trying to get inside people's pockets or they along those lines there's just something that smells so fishy about the previous administration the previous sitting members of the city council that you just have to wonder how much you have to know about that like you said you like of St Louis that are in here no more arch you know no matter what part you can't that anymore or somebody like in Colorado or won the Grand Canyon said not no more Grand Canyon we're not gonna do that we're gonna call it something else like you just it doesn't it's one of those things where you and I let's look at politicians and say where is the common sense would that make any sense to anybody who took two steps back and called a hundred people who live up and down the Paseo seventy five eighty percent of them are gonna are gonna say now it just it seems like the little bit out of touch yeah people would call the per se anyway for all the time what is the big sky scraper in Chicago Ryan it's Sears tower right it's a distinction Willis towers it might be the generation like my daughter who's night but told me call Willis tower what do you want me and everybody else on the planet it's the Sears tower yeah and always will be Mike we get from our sister station KNBC talk show host there thank you so much for coming on to overnight America anytime I get it yeah he joins us on the quiver river electric came elects gas line well how about that how about that nationally speaking they don't take the time to look into a story but man that had mine looks great hmmm how often does that happen here in Saint Louis
What to expect from Robert Mueller's testimony today
"Special counsel so Robert Mueller was appointed seven hundred ninety seven days ago Muller handed over his completed report to the Attorney General a hundred and twenty four days ago? Let's get the popcorn popping by the time you're hearing this report report. Robert Mueller will likely have begun his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee that session is expected to run about three hours from eight thirty eastern time until eleven thirty after a short break for lunch muller returns for his second. Second hearing this one before the House Intelligence Committee from noon until about two or two thirty to watch it on T._v.. Just turn it on. Everyone is carrying it as it should be. Muller is expected to make a brief th- opening statement to both committees before giving them a lengthy official statement breaking with tradition though a copy of his remarks were not released to the press in advance of him speaking them more is also been warned by the department moment of Justice that quote any testimony must remain within the boundaries of the Public Report House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said Muller shed ignored Justice Department attempts to stifle his testimony referring to their efforts as has quote part of a cover up because of this Democrats aren't really expecting any new bombshells but still believe his testimony will help inform the American public after all most have not read the report so hearing. The facts contained therein just might constitute a number of bombshells trump has said the report concluded there was new collusion in new obstruction but Democratic lawmakers plan to highlight at least five instances of what they say is obstruction of justice from the report Muller's team made a last minute request that Aaron zealously one of his longtime AIDS be sworn in to testify with him trump lashed out about zebra as potential role in the testimony tweeting Tuesday night that the decision was very unfair a well normally on a day like this the White House would hold some sort of press briefing. This is a reminder to you that it's been one hundred and thirty five days days since the last formal on camera press briefing from this administration sorry shouting questions than answers over the
"ninety seven days" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Yesterday. I always hated myself. And now I realize because I was liberal. She has really she's doing the work and she's realizing I'm not that I'm not sure what I am. But I'm not that, that's why you got to shut down speech and thinking if you critical thinking it all falls apart. You're listening to Glenn. So research suggests that most businesses take up to a hundred and ninety seven days to notice a breach in their data. Whoa, wait. What? This is why cybercrime is exploding in two thousand fifteen the estimated cost was three trillion dollars, and that is forecast, B six trillion dollars by twenty twenty one six trillion dollars gone because somebody is hacked into data. There are many ways cybercriminals can take what is yours when personal information is exposed someone can use it to commit identity theft. That's why there's lifelock. They they see a wide range of identity threats. Nobody can you know, monitor all transactions at all businesses etcetera etcetera. However, if your social security numbers on sale on.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Backyard this radio station, ninety seven one amp AMP, which I think plays alternative music came in kind of crashed her party for this thing. They're doing ninety seven parties and ninety seven days there crashing for the radio show, and they report some fun audio and they played it on the radio today. They gave me a bunch of plugs. So have that audio on tomorrow's episode if you want to check that out in the interim okay? Guys without further ado, while I'm sitting here still in traffic slightly moving a little. Faster. You can hear the Rev of my old two thousand nine Hyundai sonata with two hundred eighty three thousand eight hundred fifty three miles on it. We'll jump into these eleven questions on two thousands pop punk music. Here we go. All right. It's time for an entire round on two thousands. Pop. Punk music. Let's see how you do with these questions question. Number one, what ban had a hit two thousand four song called, welcome to my life question. Number one. What ban had a hit two thousand four song called welcome to my life. Question for to Benji and Joel were brothers slash members of good Charlotte. What is their last name? Number two, Benji and Joel brothers and members of good Charlotte. What is their last name? Question. Number three. What blink one eighty two album, just celebrated its twentieth anniversary last week, number three. What blink wanted to album just celebrated its twentieth anniversary last week? Question. Number four, what US city was the ban fallout boy from question before what US city was fallout. Boy from. Question. Five in April two thousand one some forty one released their hit single fat lip from their album, all killer. No filler. What was their second? Single call number five in April two thousand one sum. Forty one released their hit single fat lip from their album, all killer. No filler. What was their second? Single call. Number six. What man had a song called my friends over Hugh west, number six thousand pop. Punk band had a song called my friends over you. Question of her seven what colorful pop punk band name was famous for including a violin player, number seven what colorful pop punk band main was famous for including a violinist. Question number eight what day of the week named band at a song called cute without the question number eight what day of the week named ban had a song called cute without the. Question. Nine dexter. Holland, is the lead singer of what man question. Nine Dexter Holland. He's the lead singer of what ban. Why should never what was Tom delong, I blinked one eighty two spin off bands name number ten was topped alongs? I blink one eighty two. Spinoff bands name. And for two points. Andrew McMahon has been the lead singer of three different band names since the early chew thousands named two out of three of those bands at two point bonus question for two thousand pop pump for two points. Andrew McMahon has been the lead singer of three different band names since the early thousands named two out of three of them. All right. Guys, my car's getting increasingly louder. So hopefully, you can still hear me. Those are your questions for the punk music from the thousands category. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. All right. I am back in a quieter car for a minute, with the answers to thousands pop punk. Let's see how many of these music related questions you got. Right. I grew up going to a lot of these type of concerts. Lot of blink quantity to a lot of alkaline trio and stuff like that. So if you're like me, you would nail this around question. Number one, what ban had hit two thousand four song called, welcome to my life. I was not hugely into this band, but they were called simple plans. Simple plan spiky-haired lead singer. Maybe Canadian that band. I'm not sure for sure. Number two, Benji and Joel where members of the band good Charlotte. What was their last name, man, like the hit football game, Benji, and Joel Madden, and John manage their dead? That's not true. But hey, let's spread that room number three for two thousand pop punk. What blink wanted you to album turned twenty last week? That was enema of the state very impactful album on my life. I think I was in says. Grade eighth grade seventh grade when that came out and listen to it nonstop until certain tracks wouldn't play anymore on the CD question number four, what US city was fall out. Boy from sweet home. Chicago number seeing them live quite a few times around the Chicago land area before they were famous. Here's question number five in April two thousand one sum. Forty one released their first hit single fat lip from their album, all killer. No filler. What was their second single call? It was called into deep. And I think that song's used at the beginning of American pie two. If I'm not mistaken, or just like that, from around that time into deep, some forty one number six what ban had a song called my friends over you. That was new found glory, new found glory, who I saw play live in best buy on Butterfield road in downers grove, Illinois with that album came out. It was called sticks and stones and my friend, Jim went to the concert. We had just started driving, and it was crazy. Was weird to see a band play in a best buy, but they played like five or ten songs. And I think I stole batteries to be able to play the CD portable CD player on the way home in my car. And I think I called up Q and A one. And we said we still batteries and they said, what's next, the hope diamond, and I think I've told the story of podcast before word for word number seven what colorful pop punk band name was famous for including a violin. That was yellowcard from California, I imagined because they have an album called ocean avenue. And that's something that driven right by the beach in Santa Monica colorful, pop punk band, was yellowcard, number eight cute without the which is the word cut would be taking back Sunday number eight taking back, Sunday and number nine Dexter. Holland, is the lead singer of what band that was the offspring, the offspring in number ten, what was timed alongs, I blink wanted to spinoff bands name. It was not angels and airwaves. That was the second one, I believe the first one was box car. Racer which was good. They had some good songs, and that's a good album to look up on, like Spotify, or Amazon music, wherever you listen to, to just kind of relive it for free and for two points, your bonus question, Andrew McMahon has been the lead singer three different bands since the early two thousand two out of three of them. You could have said something corporate, Jack's mannequin or Andrew McMahon in the wilderness. Those are the three, I was looking for. All right. Guys those of your questions. Four two thousand pop punk. I hope he had fun answering those questions. I think we did something similar, maybe with a few similar questions year and a half or so ago. I can't remember for sure. But as reading those questions and answers, I felt like I had done it on the podcast before. So if you like it searched that topic on just Google that's the easiest way to find a certain episode. Just search like trivia with buds monopoly and you'll find any episode we did about monopoly or trivial buds pop punk or two thousand or something like that. And you'll find some more content to listen to some. Until the episodes on itunes. I think only go back to the two hundred and forty fourth episode, and we're on, like the three hundred and forty four th episode. So if you're looking for older stuff, it's still all available, you might just have to scroll more or go to tribute buds on another app like Lipson or Google podcasts or what have you. But if you just search the trivial butts podcast, you'll find the archive that I have on Lipson of every episode we've ever done, which is over four hundred fifty I want to say go back and check all those out coming up in the one big the big one year of the daily version of the show and the big one year will be in about twenty days or so it'll be right at the end of June. We'll do something fun for the one year of the daily version of the show and all month long. You can get a welcome package of science shark NATO headshot of Meteo and a sticker and a button and I'll mail it all to.
Legendary actress and singer Doris Day dies at 97
"Oscar-nominated actress and singer Doris day has died at her home in Carmel valley. She was ninety seven days scored her first musical hit nineteen forty five with the song sentimental journey in the fifties. And sixties she starred in films like calamity, Jane the man who knew too much and pillow talk her sitcom the doors stay show ran for five seasons. The Doris day animal foundation says day was in excellent health, but recently caught pneumonia days honors include a Grammy lifetime achievement award Cecil Sabe Cecil b demille award and the presidential medal of Freedom Award in two
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Morning from Westwood One. News it's Wednesday October twenty fourth two thousand eighteen coming up on America in the morning. President Trump declaring himself a nationalist. But having to answer a lot of international questions. I'm Bob Costantini in Washington. President Trump is promoting another tax cut ahead of the midterms. It's going to be a tax reduction of ten percent for the middle class. Congress says that's not likely. I'm Linda Kenyon, Washington. The transgender community is fighting back. Largest transgender organization in the country says it will soon President Trump. I'm Jim Roope in Los Angeles out his target planned to beat WalMart and Amazon this holiday season. I'm Tom Busby. The number of Americans without Bank accounts could say something about the economy. I'm Jan Johnson. I'm Jim Bohannon with more food for thought coming up for the two hundred ninety seven day of the year. It's all ahead on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour. President Trump was confronted in the Oval Office by reporters. Yesterday, topics ranged from the Central American migrant caravan to Saudi Arabia, and there were questions over use of the term Trump has given himself. Bob Costantini explains. Trump pressed on one claim he's made about the caravan of migrants making its way through Mexico. You had said that there were middle easterners and the caravan are you saying there are terrorists that caravan? If you look at. I have very good information. The president spoke of would be terrorists stopped from getting into the US all the time still as for some in the caravan. There's no proof of anything, but they could very well be vice president Pence explaining the president of Honduras told him it's believed the caravan is being funded by Venezuela, countering the president's previous assertion Democrats were behind it. It's an issue the president could not have wanted, but he finds himself frustrated according to aides with the Saudis handling of the killing of Jamaica shook she in their instable consulate the president is upset with how it makes them. Look having a good relationship with the Saudis, and he expresses his anger in the way, he knows best a deal only this one to cover up an alleged murderer bad deal should have never been thought of somebody really messed up, and they had the worst cover up ever. And your stopped is at the deal stamp. What would they thought about it? Because we ever thought of that. I did. But still the president rules out. Halting arm sales to the Saudis punishment Monday night in Houston, the president giving himself new label. I'm a nationalist. At the White House Tuesday. What does that mean? I love our country, the president went into lengthy grievances. He has with other countries such as NATO allies, not paying enough toward the common defense alliance because there is a concern that you are sending coded language or a dog whistle to some Americans out there that what you really mean is they grow white nationalist. I cannot imagine that Bob Costantini Washington. It's nine after President Trump is promising a tax cut for the middle class, but he'll have to work with congress to get it. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. It's going to be a tax reduction of ten percent for the middle class. Speaking in the Oval Office. President Trump says he'll ask the head of the house tax writing committee to unveil it Kevin Brady. Very hard really for months. The president's call for another tax cut comes with just two weeks left before the midterm elections. When he I promised the tax cut. He said it would come before the midterms, but congress is out of town on recess until after the elections making the reality of a new tax cut highly unlikely the president's promise of another tax cut follows an earlier tax cut that helped mostly upper income Americans and businesses what about this one. This is a big question is whether this new tax cut will add to the already ballooning deficit. The nonpartisan. Congressional Budget Office says the debt is the highest. It's been since just after World War Two the CBO also points out that proponents of the first tax cut said they would pay for themselves. They did not. In fact, the CBO says those cuts are projected to add one point nine trillion dollars to the federal debt over the next ten years. President Trump says this new ten percent middle class tax cut will not deepen the deficit any further with putting in a tax reduction.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"American, astronauts, and a cosmonaut are descending back down to earth. They're in a Soyuz landing capsule. They're falling towards the earth in Kazakhstan. Unlike the splashdowns of of yesteryear with NASA they actually splashdown on on earth on land, and they hit rather abruptly. But they have these what they call the the soft landing engines that fire at one meter above the surface of the planet at the last minute they slam on the brakes to try to break. The fall of these two, astronauts and cosmonauts and Dori been up there for one hundred nine. Ninety seven days one minute away. Wow. Okay. So they got one minute. Surprised by all the news that they come to. You don't think they are aware of the news when they're up on the international space station. You think they are? They are the news. I have to think two things about being aboard the space station one. It's stunningly boring and to it cannot smell right up in the international space station. It's gotta smell funky because you can never open a window to let the fresh air in. So. So hang on. Let's listen, listen, indoor would you would you? Let us listen in here to this. Of course, this is space program is very important to our space coast here, and I want our listeners to hear this list. Listening to NASA. Good when I stop talking when they stopped talking perfect. It is a beautiful clear. There's not a cloudiness sky there in Kazakhstan this morning, there you go. Touchdown. And touchdown..
Russian Soyuz, European Space Agency and Alexander Girst discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Americans in the Russian Soyuz. Spacecraft commander said he returned to earth early tomorrow after one who did ninety seven days aboard, the outgoing space station commanders usually have parting gift for their successors. In this case from America, drew foist to European Space Agency astronaut Alexander girst, this is an enormous site FINA. Crist from mount arabists in Antarctica. It's symbolic because both men are geophysicist gersten bidding farewell to foist two crewmates after more than six months together. Thanks for one thousand eight hundred and fifty orbits of friendship
Josh Jackson, Detroit Lions and Ovalles Loa discussed on World Affairs Council
"In the NFL right now, the New York Jets have maybe the official. No surprise. Sam darnold has been named the starting quarterback for Monday night against the Detroit Lions when he takes the field at twenty one years ninety seven days old. He will be
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"So you're changing diapers, and you're running around making coffee, and you get like a minute left before you have to leave. Many people realize this is the reality for single parents and military parents, but it's easy to forget that the struggle is happening all over the country more and more as large armies of firefighting crews are out on longer and longer deployments nationwide. They worry constantly while he's fine on fires at try, not to let anyone know how scary it really is waiting for that. I just landed texts from him. Everybody in my house understands what I'm doing and they sometimes it's hard for little kids. So it's horribly are. Yeah, especially especially. For my son skin marine DD. When they're going to come home and. And it just it just sucks. Dave listening to that. I got chills when to get yours. Yeah. Yeah. When he said two hundred ninety seven days in home for only four and I know you're a parent. I'm a parent and I can only imagine what that would be like. Sometimes we're out on the road for a long time. Not not that Wallin doubt out on the note for nine months out deployment is what that is. And sometimes most of the time we get to go back to a hotel room these guys, sometimes they have to camp out there or or stay in in kind of a complex that they build out near the fire line. It's it's really, really tough work and and on that note how, how tough is this work on the front lines which is also now by I, it's a nationwide effort and even an international effort with firefighters coming in t to help out with this fight. How tough is it there on you should see the trucks lined up. These trucks are not just from the local area. These trucks are coming from several states away or. Across the country. Whenever the coal goes out, these firefighters come from all over people who have the training descend on the place where the fire fight is needed, and you have another clip that helps strangers how difficult it is, right? It's really, really difficult to fight in this terrain. We're talking about hills that just like they go up really, really high and the vegetation is thick in some places. And even if it's burned, the ground could still be burning underneath you. It's very dangerous. You gotta walk. Watch where you walk. Trees could be coming down on you and just climbing up the hill. As you're bound to hear is very, very difficult. In fact, I tried to do it myself. With your health easily disturbed pushes away when you grab onto it with you with your hand. We've got fire right over here too. Even even started walking up the hill just yet. We also don't have kind of went to Cal fire. Fire spreads on an almost microscopic level tiny little crispy edges of plants get super heated by hairdryer, like wins long before they burst into flames. The wind does is it pushes the heat coming off of the planes down win, and it pre heats in pre dries, the fuel in front of the fire, making the ignition easier and faster if little particles or branches or twigs or leaves break loose from the vegetation that's burning, they can fly down wind and start spot fires. So the fire basically leaps over itself jumping around and over the heads of firefighters who have to climb large hills to get to the next patch of fire..
"ninety seven days" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Indebted to thank you so much, Anthony Cormie from BuzzFeed. Now, Democrats say they got good news ninety seven days out of the midterms. That's next. So the pivotal political state of Ohio has a twelve district right here smack in the middle of that state, and it's been reliably red. In fact, twelfth hasn't gone to a democrat for congress and run. DMC was the top of the charts in the eighties. Now right now, this district doesn't even have a member of congress representing them because, well, you have a big Ohio, twelve shaped hole in the US house, and that's why we have a special election to fill that seat. This coming Tuesday, you could say the mid terms of Ari started, although it's a special election now that has gone up like a flare for Democrats trying to win back to house and take a look at the latest poll out of that district. The democrat in the race trailing the opponent by just one point. Well, within striking distance, which is we've just shown you would be a huge shift blue and the state and Democrats say, this is not the only good piece of data that they're getting right now today over in Texas, which of course is reliably read the idea of an incumbent. Publican center like Ted Cruz, losing his seat to a progressive democrat would seem like a total fantasy. But there is this poll out of Texas, the democrat running against Ted Cruz Beto aerobic trailing. Now by six points that is tight for Texas. Now, Larry Sabato said today, the race has an upset potential for Democrats this November the flip side is, of course if you follow the news or live in Texas, you know, everyone loves Ted Cruz. He is super popular and well liked. That's just an issue anytime you run against him. Now, having said that there is a kind of a bad signal thing going on for at least the democratic party's biggest cheerleader or President Barack Obama using today as this other good data's coming in to release his list of endorsements for these mid terms and trying to push some candidates over the finish line and chipping away at the Republican majority in congress. It is now ninety seven days from the mid terms, and this former president is choosing. This is his moment to get back in the spotlight saying, he's eager to get. Back into politics. So we're about to.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on KGO 810
"Space of course hard, to believe but true forty nine years ago on the sixteenth, of July we found the Apollo eleven mission moving toward the Mon the first manned lunar mission, to land on the, surface of the moon bringing back about forty seven and a half pounds that's amazing of. Original, lunar rocks that. Was some seventeen thousand eight hundred and. Ninety seven days ago. Seems like it was yesterday too many people but continuing on with space George we find. Out that as President Trump is continuing to look forward to seeing, another branch of the military space sports The US government is really serious about this time building, a true space plane using some existing and exotic technologies companies like Boeing will be developing something that'll be first. Test launch as early as twenty twenty one this particular craft its mission of course is to launch satellites into low-earth. Orbit about ten payloads in ten days this hundred foot. Long and sixty two foot wide. Wingspan spacecraft, we'll take, off, like a rocket and land at airports we conclude George with the live, sky so, many cool things, we continue to, talk about Mars and if you're out there, folks watching the surface of Mars in your scope and. Saying hey it looks just like a scoop of ice cream well the, dust storm is slowly settling down but it's unique. George in this particular time in. Martian observational history that this storm actually started in the northern hemisphere. Of Mars which is totally unusual most of, the great global Martian dust. Storms, happened in the south they come from a depression and Mars in the south called loss which may be an ass Loyd hip that and that's why the planet has no life finally the great conjunction, that many people got to see George, I don't know if you've got to see at the moon in Venus, spectacular that was last night but still now folks if you. Look into the northwest after sunset you're going to see. Mercury Venus moving to the left Jupiter Saturn and Mars so amazing this is a great week, look at the.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on WWL
"I'm just amazed at this phenomenon of people going out of their way to go to my facebook page or two semi text here at the station people that absolutely hate me and they hate what i stand for and and yet they go out of their way to express that hate and so what i did was i posted on the sat scored on the facebook page over the weekend it's really that page is really an extension of this this show on wwl i said looking at some of the hateful facebook post this week that go well beyond disagreement isn't it interesting that the facebook trolls are so bothered by what i say in post but no one forces them to come to my page does that make sense and i'm going to share with you some of the responses that i got and it was a lot of reaction to this and by the way a lot of these are very very positive i don't often do this i usually read the negative stuff but a lot of you are really big supporters of the show and i want to show you that that there are a lot of people who support and represent you and it's not just the the haters listen this is from constance scored i've said it before your show is so much fun usually i'm in the car but i always learn something new from the debates the subject of the day challenges me to sink and see from different perspectives thank you for what you do you're a beloved new orleans icon i don't pay attention to these mean hateful comments here's comment from donna scoot let's show their stupidity and that's kind of what i did with this you know because the the haters didn't respond to this they responded to other things on the facebook page here's a comment from jess it says i remember you from denver and are followed you ever since i love how you get right to the topics that burn i don't always agree with you but that doesn't mean anything here wonderful man this is from bobby i've been listening to you since the b ninety seven days i could be wrong but didn't you to account down show on v ninety seven weekends has been a very long time i appreciate your religious and here's a comment from a chuck on facebook scored in the last two days i have been viciously attacked and called names by people who don't know me all because i pointed out that their hate and anger toward the other side was just as bad as the hate and anger they are complaining about i think i am i think i'm done for a while i don't know how you put up with it but seeing this kind of thing scares the the hell out of me we are becoming a rabid people and that's that's true and isn't it interesting i mean don't you find it interesting that people go out of their way to find things that they hate it's not like the hate just sound like something that they really dislike just was forced on him or popped into their lives and they feel the need to comment no they go out of their way to seek that and to me this is this is a sickness here's a comment from brenda they've always been there unfortunately now they're now they have louder voices and they feel bold on social media you have always been great at ignoring them so don't stop now and that is actually from my ex with for sixteen years yeah she knows me this has been going on for this is all part of my career even when i wasn't even when i wasn't doing politics there was hate out there and you just you as part of my job i mean you just you deal with it here is a comment from becky it says sometimes i get hooked into over explaining and realize it's pointless you're going you giving oh you're giving us your opinion or impression you never say you're right or the other person is wrong but this past week there has been an abundance of trolls here's a comment from ashley scoot they are hateful people in this world people need to grow up and get a life scout ignore them people should not go on your page and talk about use code your pages news and politics sweet person i listened to your talk show monday through friday one to four listening to your talk show scoot your job do.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Podcasts market overdrive on facebook compel on seven twenty wgn on the wgn associated big market futures her putting toward opening losses set the bell later this morning down one hundred fifty on the dow seventeen almost eighteen points on the nasdaq s and p futures are lower as well and we'll keep you posted on the markets as we move through the morning with your money here on seven twenty wgn let's focus now on agriculture and commodities orient samuelson is with us good morning warren we'll good morning to you we're back in the mid west after leading arizona yesterday on the warmest day of two thousand eighteen hundred and ten degrees and they're looking forward out there to the monsoon season hoping it'll bring some higher humidity and cut into the wildfire threat and and also get some moisture they haven't had rain in the valley eight phoenix and scottsdale now for ninety seven days but grain market yesterday even the livestock market reacting to the ongoing threat of trade tariffs in china the president yesterday said he's ready to impose some pretty significant tariffs on chinese goods and the president do to unveil revisions to his initial tariff list targeting fifty billion dollars of chinese goods and he's expected to do that today and the list will contain eight hundred product categories that would be down from the thirteen hundred previously but no question that it didn't have an impact on livestock yesterday particularly the tariffs on us pork and china threatening to do the same for beat so then trade situation just isn't going away and the green market today the soybean market for example trading down fifteen and a quarter cents after relatively large loss yesterday so if keeps going and maybe one of these days we'll be able to quit talking about trade tariffs perhaps i'm curious i with your ear to the ground and how our farmers reacting to this i know a lot of farmers voted for the president are they sticking with him on this or are they concerned.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Derby but he still got it out eat a good group of horses and to do what he's done in fifty short amount of time is really it's it's unprecedented there's never been a horse who's gone into being preakness without racing at too so it's it's a it's a amazing achievement what do you i think i heard one of the commentators say he's one now five races in ninety seven days yeah it's it's ninety ninety days would be what it should they base that on tv but it's ninety days is the accurate number while he's certainly going to need that extra week to get ready for the belmont because this was his hardest race of his young career very much so that all that'll certainly help them he's going to be on the same schedule that american cheryl was when he won the triple crown three years ago justify left churchill downs just a little bit ago we got on the horse fan about eight thirty local time so just a little over half hour ago and he's going back to churchill downs and they'll train there for the next two weeks and then go to belmont park the week on steaks exactly what baffert did with american cheryl we're chatting with jay president of the daily racing form on the scene and you are in the barn area this morning what were the comments by a good magic's trainer chad brown and further insights from baffert so chad brown before the preakness that they were not going to run in the belmont stakes and in fact he went back to new york last night right after the race but good magic's not running in the belmont they took the they they didn't think he was a mile and a half they didn't think you would three racism five weeks and they thought that if they were gonna run him another triple crown race the preakness made more sense than wayne dollah belmont and trying to run a mile and a half so they took their shot yesterday and he just wasn't good enough and you won't see him again to the haskell or the gm dan gave his main goal being one of those races to move on towards the travers stakes summer for justify came out of the race well baffert said it was a hard race even to use the.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV
"But we'll still entertain them you know my greatest strength to you is i really what i know what i don't know and it doesn't bother me to tell you that but i know where to go to find the answers and then if it's wrong then i can blame them dopp kit he's looking at me in the show so anyway we're going to give the show to you topics today they used to be a song when i was growing up call stepbystep i can't remember who the artist was but i would change it and make it bit by bit won't take a guess tariffs what if he thanks for this job okay so you have oh is estimated that americans must work a hundred and fourteen days into the year just so they can afford their tax bill and i had met that's a really depressing statistic especially since we're only ninety seven days into this year and not only that we're only ten days away before the tax filing deadline for two thousand seventeen that is right it is april seventeenth is the tax filing deadline for those procrastinators out there brian you have two extra days this year so.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Set and they're going to charge ahead so if we have bill ask you on the show we got to have vita blue he joins me now via brothers going on right oh thanks for having me on that i'm looking forward to the season but as you just mentioned kind of bleak for the jazz somebody's gotta step up and do their thing man so i'm hoping that it plays out the way we wanted to you know when there's a gap you know somebody's gotta feel fill that hole and hopefully the pitching staff that's where it all started like like name says older here with bite it building i thought that he'll yup you better believe it and that's you know pitching is what brought three world series titles here vida and you know the giants continue to kind of bucked the trend of modern day baseball of launch angles exit velocity they play eighty one games at at and t park and as long as those dimensions are where they are and that ballpark is where it is geographically you're going to need pitching you're going to need defense the giants normally have that the injury to samara hurts but the injury to bumgarner the crusher now this is an opportunity for a guy like thai blah gimme your scouting corps gimme the vital blue scouting report on thai blah where do you like them and where do you need them getting better if he really wants to help this team succeed in two thousand eighteen well i hate to be one of those guys man but you don't know he's not that guy can he fill the gap can come in and do his state can feel the got to the point i mean okay you know let's say he's like a utility pitcher now we don't need you to beat bumgarner we don't need you to be as good as bump god we may be half as good as most people take that but the the jury's still out can you can you come in there and sustain what bumped onto might have done no but go in there and give me some five catching at least that might be adequate enough but since they lost ninety seven days last year they're in the crosshairs of.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"A bogey with dr hoodie yeah we heard that is a guest on this rare so this is why well he had a song that reach now remember that saying i don't know i the one you referring to is called tunnel vision and if this reached number six on that they wanna see manas it sounds familiar but then again of all today's rap music sounds is famed amine men limits my my apologies to anyone gets all the nuances of his taverns south offering anyway kodak black he was just arrested in florida on a slew of charging just get out of jail by the way he was arrested in florida on a slew of charges uh let's see i don't have a whole lot of details on what he was doing when he got arrested but seven charges in total grand theft of a firearm to charges of possession of a weapon or ammo by a felon possession of marijuana over twenty grammes neglect of child without great bodily harm so there's a kid involved that's not good to probation violations he's had numerous runins with the cops over the years and here's his mugshot vinnie i just thought you might he's got three crosses tattooed onto his face and they look odd they almost like raised up oh you know like a brand looks like how it's a little bit raises one on each cheek and one in the middle of his forehead yeah big brands on his face and and great hair who is this kid kodak black all right he was just released from jail in june after serving ninety seven days of a three hundred and sixty four day sentence his early release stemmed from the completion of.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"Getting your leg stronger and whatever it is you as due to become better wrestlers than that saturday becomes your super bowl man for sure in its illicit and and anytime there's anything on the line so i will say this i'll i'll be real with with with the listeners one this is an easy l now it's so so so just adversary abbas out the door ten years ago so i just think it's really funny when one of the one of the most wacky things that happens when a competitor becomes a coach is the stress of performance this stress to be a coach but the stress of personal performance has taken away and so they're they're becomes this delusion to where where some coaches communicate difficult things like that just matter of fact hey don't worry about winning and losing have fun and i'm thinking aldo either you lost your about like and so but it's so so what ends up happening is your life has to be the ninety nine percent your words have to be the one and so so what am i care new what what am i caricatures who what am i caricatures on on this is a sometimes just how how protective wrestlers and how free wrestlers rustle and it's it's one guy every practice his coach's is telling them how to avoid how to win how to position this that be careful don't get scored on that was a good practice you gave up zero points and then when he's walking up on the stage he goes hey guys some phone stud and that gets going wait a second for the last ninety seven days you've and teach me how to win and now it's have fun and then the other guy his coaches going hey i want you to throw every move you can think of all you leonard on your back julie do another one flip them him to it that you're exhausted who cares you'll get in better shape just keep doing moves keep going to your back who gives a crap and then when he will he's walking up because oh by the way when.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Knack for a possible najah along the knack area i'm because that can cost cats to have problems where they can ask them gee i symptoms and weight loss and so forth the other thing would be is is really focusing on our belly and it may not be something we can feel or to see on the outward but sometimes they're smothers science i'm some slightly thicken bowel loops on meaning to do some x rays to look at that but there's something going on with your kitty an and i can say that he gets and take some more look in than's kind of scratching the surface but i'm afraid you're running out of time you need to move a little bit faster and get some care for this baby now in example he asked why in the vet navy using this drug called sarandia it's it's they medication that is used for nausea but it also has some nice other property see we use it for inflammation related problems in at me be problems like inflammatory bowel disease and cats which can cause a whole host of symptoms not all of them have to be president in every cat but we could see kat it's not eating it's vomiting had this having diarrhea or a catholics just simply losing weight so that may be her rationale with that and down they can help with nausea warm a lot of a lot of remote about that that uh going on the internet on when you look that up all night at died with any day after that but if we that that merrill got really barrett of in yet nuts mm it may not perhaps in some situations met the problem is when we use medications with unknown health conditions so when your situation you the cat ninety seven days he's going to die i can tell.
"ninety seven days" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Forensic anthropologist working in a combined crime lab and medical legal lab so it just when i decided i was going to try it right fiction which i had not done before it just made sense to me to draw on myself and my own experiences in my own cases my own stories knowing never actually use a case for begum i take the central idea from a case and then i spin it off will what if this happened what if that happened i change all the names in the dates and the places and then i just spin it off into fiction so you'll i gu i book in ninety seven days dead was a huge success did the present problem and in terms of career focus will it was little daunting at the time of his wonderful up to the enough to jump right on to number one on the london times for example it was a little daunting to go ahead and right the second book though is this a one book wonder can she do it again i'm sure is what what everyone was asking but you carried on in in your day job as well as writing i did through the first two i was still teaching fulltime at university and i'm commuting between north carolina and quebec doing casework now after the second book came out i was given sabbatical at the university and then that ran six years or whatever the legal limit was and then they um stolen faculty but i'm not teaching they transferred my lying from the department to the chancellor's office so that gave me a lot more freedom i was just doing casework and writing so you'll leave character in the bones series of books is temperance brennan how much of you is in her wealth professionally temperance brennan and i do exactly the same thing we work and crime labs we commute between the carolinas and comeback which are very very different.