20 Burst results for "One Hundred Fifty Day"

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"You were driving by. I guess you would say southbound on. I ninety five down in south philadelphia by sports complex in the navy yard. You would see a banner on the backdrop of lincoln financial fields and wallet isn't specifically clearly a great inde- aid k. Picture of once specific person. It is very clearly. The silhouette a former eagles quarterback former franchise quarterback former son of the city the city franchise savior carson wentz and it had been like over one hundred fifty days. It was a hundred and fifty one days since the winds trade. That finally came down a long time coming. I'm sure there's a bunch of logistical stuff. That goes along with that with what the stadium's doing different rights what they want to do with the replacement and it seems like the way and took so long as probably because they were coming out with a replacement that has come up pretty quickly. They're putting it up yesterday today. Whatever you want to say haven't looked been down there myself to see but just looking on social media. Looks like they're already putting up a new balance carson's we've seen a lot of banners there over the years at lincoln financial field remember originally. It was kind of an outline of donovan. Mcnabb right when the link opened in two thousand three and i remember right before the link opened. Eagles are in two thousand two season. We're going to talk about the two thousand two season two thousand nfc championship game him against the box. All the time but For such a terrible moment eagles history. It's hard onto look back on. This has so many terrible memories really. But we're talking about. Obviously yankee stadium was infamously. Infamously called not infamously I guess in a positive way. The house that ruth built because of the way babe. Ruth transform the team and they became this global brand global icon. As yankee stadium became premier place because of how good the yankees worthy twenties after they had traded for babe ruth end. We had hoped that the link was going to be the house mcnabb bill. You know the last veteran stadium the eagles when they go in and beat the raiders in the super bowl..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

07:05 min | 5 months ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Seven pairs of birds. These are just two examples. Among many the other apparent literary contradiction in. This passage is the length of the flood itself. We have to durations that are repeated throughout the story forty days and forty nights genesis seven four twelve and seventeen and one hundred fifty days genesis. Seven twenty four and genesis eight three. Which is it again as we will see there are several attempts at reconciling these disparate numbers by christian apologists. The question is are they reasonable. More reasonable than other readings of the taxed. So how long did the flood last was at forty or one hundred fifty days. Hamilton sees these two numbers as part of the overall duration of the flood. That is one hundred ninety days overall. Does this hold up under closer. Scrutiny and genesis chapter eight verses six and seven we read at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark which he had made and he sent out a raven and it went out going back and forth until the waters dried up upon the earth. There seem to be two options for when during the flood period. These forty days are to be placed if we are to conclude that these are the same forty days that it rained upon the earth and the remaining one hundred ten days were spent floating on the water's at their ultimate height then genesis eight six and seven strains credulity we'd have to assume that the rain stopped but the waters continued to increase greatly for the remainder of the one hundred fifty days. It would have been during this tumultuous movement of the arc which was being swept about by the increasing flood that noah would decide to open the window of the ark and send out the raven to find dry land. This seems quite unlikely. The other option might be to assume that noah following the one hundred fifty days of the flood when the ark came to rest on the mountains of erat genesis eight four way did not only more than two months when the tops of the mountains became visible but an additional forty days before opening the hatch. This seems to be the intent of the canonical version of the story. However several questions immediately jump out at the reader how is the arc coming to rest in the mountains of ararat but the tops of the mountains are not able to be seen for a further two plus months hamilton writes i see no credible way of harmonizing. The information of verse. Five with verse four. I four clearly states that the ark rested on one of the mountains of era rat in the seventeenth day of the seventh month yet. Verse five states that no mountain top was spotted until the first day of the tenth month. A more plausible way to understand. These passages is to see to narrative traditions collins identifies two different versions of the story j. p. within the text of his introduction to the hebrew bible and duta canonical books laying them out so the reader can see how they could be understood to fit together. Jay and you always shut him in. The flood continued forty days on the earth and the water's increased and raise the arc so that it rose above the earth all in whose nostrils was the merest breath of life. All that was on dry land died. J. all existence on the earth was blotted out man cattle creeping things and birds of the sky. They were blotted out from the earth. Only noah was left and those with him in the arc p. and when the waters had swelled on the earth one hundred fifty days god remembered noah and all the beasts and all the cattle that were with him and the ark and god caused a wind to blow across the earth and the waters subsided. The fountains of the deep and the floodgate of the sky were stopped up. Jay and the rain from the sky was held back. The waters then receded steadily from the earth at the end of the one hundred fifty days. The waters diminished so that in the seventh month on the seventeenth day of the month the ark came to rest on the mountains of ararat. The waters went on diminishing until the tenth month in the tenth month on the first of the month. The tops of the mountains became visible jay at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark that he had made notice how when the narrative is separated in this way there is continuity between both stories for example if you combine the section of the j. story above you get galway. Shut him in. The flood continued forty days on the earth. All existence on the earth was blotted out man cattle creeping things and birds of the sky they were blotted out from the earth. Only noah was left and those with him in the ark and the rain from the sky was held back. The waters receded. Steadily from the earth at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark that he had made in this reconstruction. There's no need to reconcile the apparent contradiction with respect to the duration of the flood. The forty days and forty nights of flood would not be part of the one hundred fifty days nor would it be time that would follow the one hundred fifty days. It would simply be part of another. Tradition does men rights concerning the former tradition. The one with the forty days. The flood is a rain storm that lasts for forty days genesis seven four before a wind dries up the water genesis. Eight two and three no investigates the aftermath through a window in the arc concerning the latter version. The waters of the flood are not rain. the flood is caused. When the waters of heaven mabul held back by the firmament on the second day of creation and the pre creation chaotic waters of the deep break out upon the earth. These waters undo the structure of creation rising fifteen cubits above the highest mountain for one hundred fifty days. The same is true for the first contradiction. the number of animals that noah was to take on the ark. If you examine the story closely you can see that two versions. Appear.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on House of Cards

"Welcome back to house guards shot with you here. We are back with executive producer dugway shuttle to finish up the book report. Doug would we left. Had a couple of launches. Let's talk about those while we move into right around here pennsylvanian iowa. We had two launches in those states. Beltway which is constantly in the news for some of the deals that are making. We have a couple of deals to talk about later on to the second. I told you a couple months ago. I saw beltway when i was watching a new york. Islanders hockey game is on what what the hell is bet. Way 'cause i saw them mentioned on the boards in the rink so now now every week. I'm hearing about that way. Well bet way has launched in pennsylvania. Okay both on the online sportsbook side and also the casino side. They are now the thirteenth online sportsbook for pennsylvania. Okay and the seventeenth online casino for that state as well now. They're they're actually starting to get up numbers close to jersey to jersey's got like two dozen online sportsbook so you know we're starting to see pennsylvania start creeping up and more and more much bookstore in to launch their partner with live philadelphia k Overnight iowa bali bet may their launch in iowa with the casino resorts last week. So this is the second state for bali which is bally's obviously it's bally's all night sportsbook Second state for mobile sports betting the only state that valley is in. That doesn't have a lambaste casino. You know i've seen a lot of bally's because on my ott television or whatever the hell let's called the roku thing to otc. Yeah no over the top. Yeah i used to have a fox. Sports go app on the tv and that automatically change over to bally's though and it's a really good really good app. Do i call them. Apps on the roko wraps their ups okay. you know. It's a really good app. I mean great Reporting on baseball especially while they are in iowa now so they actually are planning on a couple more launches at least two more by the end of the year of twenty twenty one. So we'll see. Where i i don't know if jersey or pennsylvania's either one of those states that they're talking about you're gonna see at least two more launch. Maybe more i don't know but That's all tied in with their bali. Sports network come to new jersey. I mean they have a casino here so you mentioned the valley sports network and i just did to visa the the vegas stats and information at work. Just at the deal that they will. Now be airing in latin america for the first time gray. Total play Toll plaza online network Ten point five million homes It'll be broadcast to subscribers in a dozen of mexican cities and if you're in the latin american area they will be airing on channel. Five fifteen on that network. Yeah i like visa. I mean. I'm not a subscriber because here new jersey. They have certain shows that are on our cable networks. I mean we have the msg network which is the madison square garden network and anytime there's not a sporting event there's i forgot what it was called but a primetime action. I believe that measures. We're watching every time it's on and And we have a place up in massachusetts in the lumbar number line. I think that's that on every weekend or sunday's or john. The new england sports network. Now i i watch from new jersey and i watch it in massachusetts now see borgata. I get homesick. Well you know can even bet in massachusetts is message message. We could play lottery play lottery and slots and keno yep mary Moving over to some legislative updates. I think the key word for the legislative updates. This week is delay. We've had a couple delays here New york state did not release their requests for applications. They were supposed to release them on july. First it's the hold up there They have not said what the holdup is but you price some back door compromising going on that sort of thing. It could be out this week. even by the time you can delay. But you know as long as they're moving forward with excuse for new york well the key with the rfa the request for applications. You can't submit applications for sports betting licences until this is releasing. You have thirty days to do that. And then you have one hundred fifty days after that for them to make a decision all right. So there's there's at least one hundred eighty days there where. You're not gonna have any sports betting. I need to look at a calendar. So i gotta predict when online sports edible hit new york if you're talking about thirty days and another one hundred and fifty days for them to decide. It's you're talking you're talking. What is do the math in my head but six months. That's six hundred. Okay all right. So you're not you're not really gonna see anything before the end of the year. If at all you know i would boy. I really thought earlier in this year. When i heard about new york i thought they'd be really pushing for the start of the nfl. So they were they were now but now i guess a realistic timeframe super bowl super bowl. Yeah or march madness. Yeah well if it's not super bowl. They'll be march madness than i really thought they would really push it for the start of the football season. I have to admit new york is still a mystery to me because you know for everybody wants it. There seems to be just delay after the late. And you know something's going to happen. During the decision making process one hundred fifty days delayed even more unless they short one hundred fifty days. I will bet you that you know. I think they're gonna move quick. I think once they get these are a phase out. I think they're going to move very quick. Well speaking of not moving quick at all ohio's now looking at going back to their on sports betting bill in september. Maybe september october. They're done talking about it now. it's just you know. Every time they think they get two steps ahead. Go three separate backwards. They keep changing. The bills are they. Are they seeing. How much money. These sports betting states are making you know for education and police and fire and things like that you know i mean you know we talk about these numbers. I mean we talk about the revenue numbers and we talk about the tax numbers. And it's just. I can't believe they're delaying. Well again. You gotta look at other states like maryland. Maryland is actually moving at light speed. They they just finished filling out there. sports wagering application review commission No eat the democrats were given to the republicans were given to in. The governor was given to slots to fill. He filled the last lachi's they're all up and running. He appointed the chairman. Let me tell you hit the ground running. They did they really they. They were prepared. I mean i interviewed of the ceo of maryland live and they were preparing back then. They knew this was going and they had all their ducks in a row. Even before everything was coming out legislatively so lug good for maryland. They were planned ahead about moving over to illinois another delight. Okay in terms of you know they were talking about this changing of the sports betting law to allow in state college betting okay they are now going to be holding off on discussing it As a matter of fact the house passed it. They went.

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Biden Promotes Milestone of 300M Vaccine Shots in 150 Days

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Promotes Milestone of 300M Vaccine Shots in 150 Days

"Many Americans are resuming pre pandemic life even as some worry virus related restrictions are being lifted too fast as he touted three hundred million vaccine doses administered during his first one hundred fifty days in office president Biden looked ahead and breaks Trish Williams summer majority for Alicia Walter that means going to baseball games like this week's trip to nationals park here in Washington she thinks the re openings happening just right I think it's a good balance between too fast and not fast but a third of Americans in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan Phyllis script sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen but I've got to get prepared mentally I think for that Sager made Donnie Washington

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Biden to Announce 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to Announce 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days

"President Biden is said to mark another milestone in the pandemic fight the White House says the president will announce three hundred million vaccine shots have been administered in his first one hundred fifty days in office well beyond his earlier goals but he's in danger of failing to meet another having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth a little more than two weeks away the CDC says about fifty two percent have received at least one dose vaccination pace has fallen sharply in recent weeks Sager mag ani Washington

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KTOK

"Ready to resume executions I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center after five years the state of Oklahoma is planning to resume executing death row inmates using an updated three drug lethal injection protocol it was announced today by governor Kevin step two said he believes the death penalty is appropriate for those who commit the most heinous of crimes these individuals committed unspeakable acts and will be held accountable to the victims and those left behind to pick up the pieces of the forty seven inmates on death row at the Macalester penitentiary there are twenty six who have exhausted their appeals and they'll be ready for an execution date in one hundred fifty days state Attorney General Mike hunter said the state has obtained a supply of the drugs needed for the lethal injections and he says the protocol has been updated to include additional training checks and balances and verification at every step we have new information now about a fatal shooting last night in Midwest city police chief Brandon claves telling us the victim was thirty two year old Etheridge Ferris a neighbor called nine one one and said Ferris were shot in his front yard in the thirteen hundred block of juniper circle chief claves says investigators have some promising leads but he also says these kinds of cases are extremely frustrating because of the lack of eye witness information the state Senate has voted to extend the statute of limitations for both first and second degree manslaughter it's Republican Lonnie Paxton of.

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India's Supreme Court rules Kashmir internet shutdown is illegal

Daily Tech News Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

India's Supreme Court rules Kashmir internet shutdown is illegal

"India's highest court ruled Friday that one hundred fifty day internet blackout in indian-administered Kashmir Kashmir violated Indian Telecommunications Law and government claimed the blackout was a security measure to prevent protest after a change to Kashmir special status however our justice envy Romana ruled that quote freedom of Internet access is a fundamental right. The court has given the government of India a week to revise its policies and become more more transparent about Internet shutdown orders in the future.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KCRW

"Longer afford to discover our failures with more far offense in the state of California but lawmakers criticized the idea of shutting the power off entirely they expressed their concern that could hurt efforts by rescue crews to respond to emergencies and that it would put people who rely a medical devices in danger an executive from P. Jeannie said he was committed to improving communication about their plans PGP is in the midst of a bankruptcy proceeding that was triggered by huge lawsuits it's faulty power lines have been blamed for starting the devastating campfire last year and our county firefighters will have an extra eye in the sky this fire season a plane equipped with infrared cameras that will send real time fire data to cruise on the ground here's KCRW's Durrell saxman Orange County fire authority chief Brian Fennessy says the new technology will give the incident commander's immediate information about the direction and behavior of wildfires in theory that information will help position firefighters more effectively so they can save lives and property it can also assist in planning evacuations the infrared cameras will be aboard a propeller plane that's being flown by a contractor data that's collected will be sent to the wifi our lab at UC San Diego a public private consortium that develops computer models to help fire fighting this is a one hundred and fifty to a pilot program the four and a half million dollar cost is being covered by a state grant that's easier to Easter all sat for this is a one hundred fifty day program the four and a half million dollar cost he's been covered by the state grant it's six of six from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm also Chang and a Mary Louise Kelley Israel is boring to freshman democratic congresswoman from entering the country both Minnesota's ill Han Omar and Michigan's retreated to leave have been critical of Israel's policies prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu made the decision after president trump tweeted his thoughts on the matter trump said it would show great weakness if Israel were to let the two lawmakers go on a trip they had planned for this weekend we will hear reaction from a democratic lawmaker in Congress in a moment first let's go to Jerusalem and in pairs Daniel Estrin Hey Daniel hi my lease why is Israel saying your band this visit by twenty but no more well that's I know said that Israeli law allows authorities to bar entry to people who advocate a global movement to boycott Israel and he said these congressmen we're going to do just that they were going to use the trip to promote a boycott of Israel now these Congress women do you support the right to boycott Israel they are outspoken critics of Israel to leave has talked about Israel's quote racist policies the question here is why this Israeli decision now to ban them because last month Israel said it would let the man out of respect for Congress it seems that the deciding factor here was trump she has singled out these congresswomen before he has tried to paint them as the face of the Democratic Party although many Democrats distance themselves from these Congress women's positions on Israel rate as you say as they have been outspoken for a long time so the timing is a question and what do they say about what they were gonna do when they got there what was the trips was to be well I spoke with a group associated with a Palestinian official this group was organizing the trip and they say that the Congress rumor going to be visiting Jerusalem and three Palestinian cities in the west bank and one of the organizers told me that the Congress women wanted to see the impact of US policies on Palestinians so they were going to visit a Jerusalem hospital that was affected by the trump administrations for and then cuts for Palestinians they were going to visit Israeli and Palestinian human rights activists Palestinian youth and also visit the Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and to leave has a grandmother in the west bank and she was going to be visiting her and and other relatives there and the trip is now definitely off that's what the Congress women are signaling yes it would so they sang have they reacted to this move by Israel today they have Congress woman Omar said Israel was imposing a Muslim band of both congresswomen are Muslim and to lead tweeted a photo of her Palestinian grandmother and she said that Israel banning her was a sign of weakness and actually several pro Israel groups have also oppose this Israeli move eight pack for instance said it believes that US representatives should be able to visit and experience Israel first hand even though the group disagrees with the Congress women's views on Israel let's understand or know what else might be going on behind the scenes here and just describe what the the domestic political challenges that Benjamin Netanyahu is facing our yeah he faces a lot of domestic political challenges because he's headed for a redo election next month he is in a weakened position at the moment he did not manage to form a government after last elections and right now he has the right wing competitors who are posing a challenge so going into this election he wants to make sure he stays the leader of the right wing and he wants to prove his nationalism but part of that calculation is that he needs trump last election season trump help Netanyahu a lot he invited to send out to the White House he recognized Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights that helped Netanyahu win voters last time and now many Israelis are expecting the trump will offer Netanyahu some goodies this time too and here's Daniel Estrin reporting on a very complicated back and forth going on there he's in Jerusalem Daniel thank you you're welcome all right let's get reaction now from Congress were joined by house Democrat Jamie Raskin of Maryland he just returned from a congressional trip to Israel with dozens of other lawmakers welcome back well thank you so much for having me so you twenty today that you think this decision by Israel is quote an unacceptable affront to the US Congress and a betrayal of free speech tell me why well our first amendment protects freedom of belief and freedom of expression and just reach is that the president I'd states would urge the leader of any foreign democracy to deny entry to Americans because of their political beliefs no matter how much she disagrees with them and you know that's doubly true for members of Congress were constitutional duty to engage in fact fine but ultimately this was Israel's choice and don't they have a right to make this choice we just heard prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu believe that it'll have more in which you get to leave we're going to Israel to promote a boycott there's a line Israel barring entry to anyone who's doing that well let's see the first thing is did they told them that they could come the ambassador to the United States Mister drummer told us last month that they would be allowed in and when the Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and the minority leader Kevin McCarthy spoke out strongly in Israel when our trip what when are contingent was over there it appeared that they were going to be allowed in it was only after Donald Trump got involved and said it would somehow be a sign of weakness that both trump and Netanyahu basically decided to change the subject from political bad news in both cases with the president the collapse stock market in his you know his trade policy belly flop to this and so we know that you know there's a kind of right wing politics on earth which is always searching for scapegoats and that's what they're doing your part you look the democracies of got to stick together and that means we have to respect the freedom of speech and strong democracies are not afraid of dissent and are not afraid of dialogue well let me ask you I understand that there were dozens of Democrats and Republicans on this trip to Israel that you were on all of you met with a wide range of both Israeli and Palestinian leaders why couldn't Omar to leave have gone with you well that was sponsored by a foundation that's connected to a pack in a pack to its credit is spoken out against this attempt to exclude our representatives to leap in Martin who by their different trips there's also Jay street in I've been over on the G. street trips look you know it's a very tough situation over there we need to bring all sides together and it's not going to be through boycotts and quarantines and censorship which is why we voted and I strongly advocated for an anti boycott divestment sanctions resolution on July twenty third which passed the house overwhelmingly but this is exactly the mirror image of that kind of policy were you pick out certain people and say we will not deal with your we're gonna draw a line around you and the US Congress is not going to accept that does it concern you that there are members of your caucus who are extremely vocal against Israel I mean president trump's using that to say that your whole parties against Israel well we we passed another resolution denouncing anti semitism denouncing anti Muslim bigotry denouncing racism and these are the authoritarian movements and forces on earth today which are going to be the gateway to destruction for everything we believe in is liberal democracy they've got a right to disagree with Benjamin Netanyahu and his policies they've got a right to support BDS which I don't support and we're not gonna quarantine number boycott them as members of Congress are because of the political decisions they have been strong democracies are not afraid of that kind of dissent in Israel's a strong democracy and they can certainly absorb true freshmen members of Congress coming over and investigates not just Marin to lead there are growing voices within the Democratic Party who are critical of Israel do you think this decision by Netanyahu is going to further discourage Democrats from supporting Israel do you have any concern about that no I think that this deal alliance between Israel United States goes back to the beginning when it was Democrat Harry Truman who recognize Israel eight minutes after its founding and it's been solid ever since then but you don't have to be pro Netanyahu to be pro Israel anymore than you have to be pro Donald Trump in order to be a patriotic American and there's an attempt by right wing politicians to confuse those things alright Democrat Jamie Raskin of Maryland thanks very much delighted to be here in a remote part of northern Iraq in the abandoned farm village of coach so there was an anguished memorial today use Edie's gathered to mark the fifth anniversary of an ISIS massacre part of the militants attempt to eliminate their religious minority ISIS killed the man and took women and girls as sex slaves and peers Genographic was asked the commemoration and a warning to our listener some of the descriptions are disturbing.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Teams will offer homeless people somewhere else to go this is not about you know criminalizing the homeless they're doing it because they want to stay warm or cook the food but it's still causes a threat to human life and property she says a couple of recent wild fires that started in homeless encampments show the need to clear people out in downtown LA and rolling back KFI news Orange County fire authority has the country's first at night time hover filling Hella tanker program to fight wildfires a four million dollar one hundred fifty day program allows crews to fight at night when it's cooler humidity is up and the winds are lighter fire chief Brian Tennessee says before night cruise had the land wait for tanks to be filled and fly off a somewhat time consuming process it's evolved to the point where many agencies now are prepared to start hover filling from not only natural water sources but tanks in addition to the thousand plus gallon type one Healy tanker at type two reconnaissance copter measure the effectiveness of cruise don't have to wait for daylight deceive the drops are making a difference at Fullerton airport Corbin Carson can't find its sees DA's office has summoned are says a seventeen year old girl killed in a police shooting on the ninety one in Anaheim had a replica handgun this woman told NBC four she saw the shooting Friday she says the teen girl looked angry she walked toward the officer then raised both hands while holding a gun in the termination was not scared she was not confuse the DA's office is looking into the shooting and Fulton PD is as well because it was one of theirs involved a vandalized veterans monument could be removed the sons of the Confederate veterans monument was installed at the Santa Ana cemetery back in two thousand four but just last week police say someone broke into the cemetery and covered most of the nine foot seven ton granite statue with red and white paint then wrote the word racist on it some people in the community of offer to clean a monument but officials with the OC cemetery district are talking about getting rid of it thing they can't find records of its initial approval more than three hundred civil war veterans are buried in the Santa Ana cemetery similar vandalism have been reported in states like Kentucky and Tennessee Monica Rick scare find you a man wanted for a armed attempted robbery is.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"New it's a four million dollar one hundred fifty day program featuring a one thousand gallon type one Helen taker and the type to reconnaissance helicopter to measure the effectiveness of the night time drops the family of a teen killed by a full the two police officer has called for a civil rights investigation the family of Hannah Williams spoke minutes after prosecutors released photos of a replica gun claim to have been found at the scene the circumstances in which we lost her has made it that much harder Williams got mother Lynette Campbell says the families just trying to find out what happened the information that we have received from the police department has changed several times a witness to the shooting has said the teen approach the officer with the gun on Friday and the cop had to shoot bulletin PD says as with all shootings the officer has been put on paid administrative leave in Anaheim Corbin Carson cap I need three major grocery chains and union reps are going to take another shot at avoiding a strike the two sides plan to meet for three straight days starting tomorrow we're tremendously far apart I mean it's almost like we're in two different universes have two different concepts of what it takes to sustain a market and sustain a family union president John grant says workers at Ralphs vons and Albertsons need a bigger raise than what the stores are offering their offering forty percent less than the cost of living increase workers at the three grocery chains have not gone on strike in fifteen years and we're calling back KFI news build to spill sins is on hold the bill would have required clergy to report child abuse or neglect even if they got the information during a confession the law already requires priests in the state to report abuse but there is an exception when it comes two confessions the new bill would have removed that exemption only if the conversation involved other clergy members or co workers the Senate passed the bill in may but the state senator who wrote it says it doesn't have enough support to pass the assembly this year so we tabled it Deborah mark K. if I knew a man in Oregon has been arraigned in the death of a former member of TV's original Mickey Mouse club Dennis day was reported missing a year ago is decomposing body was found in April inside his house the man arrested last week has been charged with manslaughter criminally negligent homicide and abuse of a corpse we got worked as a handyman for date as husband and occasionally state of the couple's home in exchange for doing work around the house there was a Mouseketeer nineteen fifty six and seven gonna crash on the sixty in industry it's a west bound for the sixty just before you get too busy Saponi wreck with a big week that ended up on its side that's in the carpool lane C. H. P.'s in the senior ride bunched up here now coming off of Fullerton road west Covina you have a construction project underway westbound sort of the ten correct over the point think three left lanes coned off could go with a late is five if you travel to if you lock and got a flint ridge have construction to deal with as well eastbound side of the two ten freeway between fort hill and mountain couple right lanes taken away till six AM are the lake view terrace of working west bound to ten Osborne the one eighteen it's the two right lanes coned off KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm wrong in Dublin check out your forecast with Fritz next there's no turning shares no se rounds and no snarky British guys but if you're up for a fierce challenge you can earn a spot working at I heart media the country's largest multi media and marketing company go to com rock with US DC dot com for all your vehicle care you need experience honesty and integrity certified female friendly mad curry's Cressman auto care rockstar technicians you can trust and Cressman auto care dot com motors motors eastern got another group you get industry leading expressed buying options now as to make your payment lock them in from home and pick up the same day you could also be confident in the eastern one price promise they continually compare pricing against the market so you'll get a great deal and the price you see is the price you pay no gimmicks every Eastern vehicle must pass a rigorous multi point inspection and is backed by a seven day return policy eastern cars are always the highest quality eastern dot com start shopping expressed today that's eastern dot com it's summertime which means it's concert season start your night out with some Bacardi cocktails before heading this weekend's concert with your crew.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Into skilled care, only don't care not assisted living, then Medicare pays for the first twenty days in a hundred percent and then the next eighty days all about one hundred fifty day which your Medicare supplement would pick up, but you have to be improving who approves for a hundred days nobody you improve. And you stabilize within what twenty days, let's say something like that. So I mean all the planets have to line up is the bottom line to that. But, you know, this shift that we're talking about two home care. Patients aren't the only one affected by this shift. I mean, family caregivers bear, the brunt. And this is again bears repeating. We've talked about it many times there's a Stanford steady recently actually a little while back that reported. That forty percent of family caregivers for Alzheimer's patients, whose responsibility can last up to ten to fifteen years as I was saying earlier die. They caregivers die from stress related disorders before the person in their care. Does see that, that's that blows me away at the suffice logic. You're telling me, and I'm again, I'm not questioning you here because you're sitting there reading from a study, but you're saying that if I'm taking care of my father, who has, let's say he has Alzheimer's. I'm going to die before him. Well, according to this study, and I plan to do more research on this bit rate, let me share with something with you. There is now a new condition defined for caregivers, and it's called caregiver syndrome. And the symptoms are everything from depression to back issues too high blood pressure to all kinds of things. I mean I read a story last night that brought tears to my eyes about a man who said he was going to take care of his mom that was his commitment and he did his finally after several years. His back started to suffer from having to lift her several times a day. And one day he had. He had something tweak, and his back and his mom set. Hi sorry to say this on the toilet for two hours waiting for him to get a back brace. Wow. I mean it just breaks your heart to hear this stuff. But, but the problem is that people insist on doing it themselves or they find themselves in that situation. And that's, that's one of the other things. One of the bigger issues is family members need to talk about this family members. It's, it's there are statistics that say that see seventy two percent of parents, expect one of their children, assume, long-term care giver responsibilities in retirement if needed, but forty percent of those kids that right dented, his filling this role didn't know that. I don't wanna do that. I mean, that's, that's pretty obvious in our family. My sister our sister Tina. And she's still sort of the main contact person. But I'm telling you after two or three years, she burnt out. Exactly. And, and this, this study goes on to say that of those that do fifty eight percent are women. So I can see that. And it just again they the health, declining health of the caregiver is a big issue. Now, lest you think lest you think that you can self insure for these things. Then let's talk about that, because I think that's a fair discussion to have in two thousand eighteen the value of a claim paid today in two thousand eighteen the longest one in the largest one was two point two million. That's from when that was in two thousand eighteen paid through two thousand eighteen and that had gone on for fourteen years in two months. So fourteen years of careful, that's a, that's a long time for you guys. Guys who think that you are, just like you know, nothing's going to happen. You're indestructible that was for men for women. It's two point three years. That was two point three years. Sixteen years and six months, so you're not getting off the gentleman and sadly. Neither is your family. All right. So we got a short on time here. So we've got to sort of get to the bottom line. How are you going to help our viewers, and our listeners we're gonna play? We're gonna look at the resources that you have we're going to talk about the family structure. We're going to talk about your health, and we're going to talk about getting plant set up to, to fill in the gaps. Because believe me, you may not see the gaps the gaps are there. So I got a call, I think it was yesterday yesterday the day before, from his name was Mark as I recall. And somehow I gave them my cell number and I said, call me someday, and he did and really nice guy, and, and he's one of your clients, by the way. And he, he. He purchased a linked benefits plan. Right. And so he's and he's been studying up on this stuff and his question. I'll ask you how in the world is he supposed to afford more and more and more of this long term care coverage because the cost the cost of care is going through the ceiling right? But he has linked benefit plan, so that's done deal. If he paid a single for that, so that part of it is done. He can get another link benefit. He wants to do that to, to supplement it, he can get a standalone traditional plan, or he can also get at the very least a home care plan to supplement it for really quite an insignificant amount of money compared to the cost of coverage while he was quite happy with you and quite happy with the plan, he's just concerned about didn't sound old. He sounded like he was maybe in his fifties or so for Saiful and worried about what this is gonna look. When he's seventy. Yeah. Well, he's, he's very wise. Man, then I would love to talk to him. So we can talk on the off the air about this gentleman. I'll be happy to get in touch with them. Look at all right. So Lynn row. Let's give out your contact info because we only got a couple minutes left..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"LA has called him professional help to handle the rats and fleas around city hall. A contractor is going through every room and in the ceilings of the city hall complex, David PASCAL with the department of general services says the work started today, they're going to inspect for fleas and also for rodents. They're going to place out traps for fleas councilman Joe boost guy says a legal injunction has allowed homeless encampments to grow around city hall. So rats are symbol this injunction. They are implementing of how we lost control over the homeless trashing encampment issue at city hall. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Brought to you by solarmax a computer flaw at the DMV has penalized. People who paid their driver license renewals. Too early. The DNB has been sending renewal notices one hundred twenty two one hundred fifty days before a license is set to expire. But the agency software could only accept payments one hundred fifteen days or fewer before the expiration date, the Sacramento bee reports, thousands of Californians who paid for renewal between November and January may never get a new card in the mail. The DMV says it has fixed the glitch, and it will reach out to those affected acting US attorney. General Matthew Whitaker is told the House Judiciary committee, his three months on the job have been professional and ethical at no time has the White House. Ask for nor have I provided any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation or any other investigation hearing tense when the democratic committee chair Jerrold Nadler of New York suggested Whitaker may have helped boot his predecessor Jeff Sessions Whitaker's expected to be replaced this month when former AG William bar is confirmed. New Hampshire's highest. Court has upheld conviction of three women arrested for going topless on a beach. The court says the women's constitutional rights were not violated. The ladies are part of the free the nipple campaign. A worldwide effort effort pushing to allow women to go topless just like men Kim. It's slow in Buena park.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here's a secure fence act of two thousand six and we know who voted for that at the time everybody, it's just it's the politicians visit one side or the other because we saw this. When Obama was in office. There were Republicans who refused to go along with anything that guy did because they didn't like him weekdays at ten AM KFI. Like sand through the hourglass. So the days of our lives in Virginia. Talk about what is going on in Virginia. What in the world is going on in Virginia. Just a second with ABC's, Tom yomas? It's your KFI wakeup call on a Friday. Welcome to it. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee. Well, actually, here's another soap opera. This music is perfect for this. The richest man on earth says the National Enquirer is threatening to post his nude photos being quiet. We're recently published text messages Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sent to his romantic partner. Baso says the magazine also has intimate photos in his blackmailing him depressurized to stop investigating the original leak Basil's wrote in a blog post that he doesn't want the photos made public, but he also doesn't want to give into corruption. He wrote I prefer to stand up roll this log over and see what crawls out and actually it's almost another soap opera, it's called the department of motor vehicles, and it's here in California. And if you were one of the people who paid your driver license renewal too early the DMV plans to screw you. All right. Wasn't the plan? But it's what's happening. The DNB has been sending renewal notices one hundred twenty two one hundred fifty days before licenses set to expire. But the agency software could only accept payments one hundred fifteen days or fewer before the expiration date, this act, be reports thousands of Californians who paid for renewal between November and January may never get a new card in the mail. The DNB says it's fixed the glitch and is reaching out to those affected. We're going to talk about the Amazon scandal at five thirty five with KFI's Byzantine expert Jason Middleton. And are you supposed to tip your Amazon driver? Honestly, it's something I never even thought about, but we'll find out if you're supposed to and then at six o five handle on the news. But right now, let's quit with all this drama and give you a chance to win some money. Win a thousand dollars right now. Text. Chain to two hundred two hundred you'll get a tax confirming entry, plus iheartradio info. Standard data and message. Rates apply. That's nationwide contest that's two hundred two hundred..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:41 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Point five. Hey, laura. Hey, how you doing good? So I am in the fast food business. And I can't believe you signed it into law. There are people that can take orders from like, India or different places. They have kiosks now. So they're going to limit jobs, and then what's going to happen? Other services are gonna go up. So it's not even going to feel like a race. And there's gonna be a loss of jobs. So I I can't figure out where in his mind. He's a businessperson. Why didn't you think through it doesn't even make sense because he's treating us like children because he's saying look, I got you fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage, and even though most people are not making fifteen dollars an hour. They'll cheer him on saying, that's brilliant. Look what you're doing. You're putting money in people's pockets without thinking it through you're in the fast, food, business and fast food business have been campaigning for the fifteen dollars an hour for years, you know, staging rallies and marches and stuff is there any talk that you hear within about you know, how they're going to handle this. Like, I said, they're they're checking out different things on how we can outsource certain things. And because there's also that loss that is in the restaurants. So I mean, we also have Steph that goes on. So we eliminate people eliminate jobs you making an as is possible. They're gonna make their profit that they're going to eliminate jobs. Yeah. It's it's very sad. Kids first job here. That's where they got their initiative. You know, learning how to work and now who's going to hire fifteen dollars an hour. No. And you know, that's a problem. But thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five one of the things too that if these businesses do automate, and they're already doing it like is it you see the kiosk McDonald's. You see the, you know, the the lack of people, you know, we've become so used to making a phone call and not expecting to have someone answer the phone. You know, what is it one of the phone companies? Look real actually answer the phone. I'm having a phone company that would answer the phone or you finally do get through you'll get someone that can't speak a word of your language is you're trying to communicate with them. That's your penance for actually getting to a human being when it comes to the prompts, and the, you know, the digital answering, but you taking the personality out of business. The more you automate and if someone. Were saying come by us. We'll have a counter, I don't know. I how that would work with the fast food companies if you actually remove all signs of humanity to have someone take your order one to cool things by going jersey diner waitress. Jason Marlboro on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, jay. Hey, everybody. How are you? Doing okay. We think. So it's not gonna work for fast food businesses. I own a side business margins right now net margins about twenty percent. And that's what a thirty five percent margin for labor, and that's an eight thousand our you're raised at fifteen sixty five. An I'm running a loss. You're going to have to fire people and make the other clinical upright. We're gonna be closing the business. We can't it's a side business. So luckily dot our main source of income, right? But we can't afford to keep it open. It's it doesn't work in higher about twenty people young young folks kids in college and high school. They're gonna be done talking to work, it sucks. You giving them a chance to make a living. Twenty jobs are going to be lost in New Jersey because the minimum wage, you know, but the margins just will not work for some businesses. Yes. Maybe we can't do kiosk. It's a very manual intensive business. New people to serve food to prepare food. I can't have a kiosk, obviously. So we have no choice, but to close it's not gonna work in can't raise prices enough. It's as much people gonna pay for certain items. It's not gonna work. So let me ask you this though, if everybody else is raising the prices, then would it be acceptable for you to raise the prices up to a point. Right. We serve opti- balls. Right. How much is gonna pay for that? I talked to a certain point. Then it's the, you know. Diminishing returns. It's is not gonna work. Get your J. We'll see I just I have a feeling that. It's not going to be worth the effort, and we're gonna have to close your business and Lil twenty people and they're gonna have to go get a job. Elsewhere. Maybe they do at a higher minimum wage. God bless us. They can. But it's not gonna work for us. So we'll see how this plays out. But I think it's great. I believe trying. I don't think it was well thought out. No, not at all. I think it was just something to please the crowd. You know once again, look at me. Exactly, thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five Johnson brick on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, john. Hi, steve. Yes. First time caller, and I loved what you're saying. Because I believe about this for a long time, and I came up with scenario if I was a small business owner, and I had I had like six employers, and I'm thinking of ten dollars an hour. And they were making a let's say just one hundred dollars a day for each of them. So bring up to six hundred dollars a day. And I was able to bring us dollars which would give me a four hundred dollars for my own. And at the end, if I was to because I can't I can't increase my my prophet because of constrictions on let's say like a type of business, I'm running right? And if. I had to raise it to fifteen dollars an hour. Now, the employers are going to be dang hundred fifty a day. It all up becomes up to nine hundred dollars a day. And I'm now down to two hundred dollars a day. You may want to hire you. You know? One hundred and fifty a day now making a hundred and much of why in the world, am I doing this? I'm gonna just quit the whole idea. Six employees on the unemployment line. And I'm going to be looking for a job for one hundred fifty day. Like they were. So now, we got you and Jason now he got twenty six people unemployed and people don't understand how hard it is John thanks for the call and call again to New Jersey one point five, you know, it's not easy running a small business in New Jersey. You barely get by it at some point. You gotta say what am I doing this for we're going to talk more on this coming up after Matthew at seven thirty..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beat Iraq. Dumb. Alex. Million dollar chief as charges in queens today accused in an attack of chairs and beer bottles hurled at two female bartenders because she suspected one was having an affair with her husband. Thank you. Dennis. Also tonight, a follower of mass killer. Charles Manson wants out of prison, Leslie, Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades to previous time she was recommended for parole, then governor Jerry Brown denied it. Now, it will be up to governor Gavin Newsom, then Houten took part in the killing of a couple here in L A, which came a day after other Manson followers, killed pregnant actress, Sharon Tate and four others. Tate's sister who was at the parole hearing opposes van Houten's release. There is no do overs. For their victims Van Houten case. Now undergoes a one hundred fifty day review period. Alex stone ABC news, Los Angeles in another courtroom with assault rifles and bricks of seized cocaine piled in stacks on a courtroom table. The defense gave closing arguments. This was the trial of drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman to some who's not as a folk hero a Robin Hood of sorts, but the prosecutor painted the picture of an ambitious drug Lord in brutal killer, she citizenship fifteen to twenty tons of cocaine into New York City, the street value two and a half billion dollars. And she argued El Chapo ran the cartel that offense is expected to clan. Goose modest being framed by his former associates many of them testified against him. The drug operation brought in billions Peter school for CBS news, Brooklyn, New York, Jerry.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Female bartenders. Why did she do it allegedly because she suspected one of the bartenders was having an affair with her husband? They were estranged and they're back together. Dennis. And a follower of mass killer. Charles Manson wants out of prison. Trying for third time to win her freedom Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades to previous time she was recommended for parole, then governor Jerry Brown denied it. Now, it will be up to governor Gavin Newsom, then Houten took part in the killing of a couple here in L A, which came a day after other Manson followers, killed pregnant actress, Sharon Tate and four others. Tate's sister who was at the parole hearing opposes van Houten's. Really? There is no do overs for their victims Manhattan's case. Now undergoes a one hundred fifty day review period. Alex stone ABC news with a SaaS Angeles with salt rifles and bricks the size of cocaine giant bricks of cocaine essentially piled high on a courtroom table. The defense gave closing arguments today. Have you been following this the trial of drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman? Peter Haskell was there to some who's not as a folk hero a Robin Hood of sorts, but the prosecutor painted the picture of an ambitious drug Lord in brutal killer. She said he ship fifteen to twenty tons of cocaine into New York City, the street value tuna billion dollars, and she argued El Chapo ran the cartel. The defense is expected to claim goose modest being framed by his former associates many of them testified against him. The drug operation. Brought in billions Peter has school for CBS news Brooklyn New York, jury deliberations.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Song, but she's facing charges in queens this afternoon accused of throwing chairs and beer bottles at two female bar tenders. Why she suspected one was having an affair with her husband. Thank you. Dennis Chicago police are looking to talk to two people of interest. This is the high hate crime attack against jesse's small latte. He starts an empire the hit show. He says attackers beat him wearing masks, yelling, racist and homophobic slurs. Apparently, the clue is in surveillance tapes. Sources tell CBS news the two figures seen in these dark surveillance images were also spotted sitting on a bench when jussie smollet walk past them across the street. They then appear to get up and follow him. Although the three of them are never seen on camera together about a minute later. Investigators say another security camera captured small at returning to his apartment with a noose tied around his neck. The rope was untied but still on his neck when police arrived forty five minutes after he says he was attacked smo- let in the hospital recovering and a follower of mass killer. Charles Manson wants oughta prison trying for his third time to win her freedom, Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades to previous time she was recommended for parole, then governor Jerry Brown denied it. Now, it will be up to governor Gavin Newsom Van Houten took part in the killing of a couple here in L A, which came a day after other Manson followers, killed pregnant actress, Sharon Tate and four others. Tate's sister who was at the parole hearing opposes van Houten's release. There is no do overs for their victims Van Houten case. Now undergoes at one hundred fifty day review, period. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. And the defense giving closing arguments today in the trial of drug kingpin, El Chapo Guzman. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell following the story to some who's.

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was the day that Manson family member Leslie Van Houten went before the state parole board again a third time. And for a third time. She was recommended found suitable for release again by the California board a parole hearings. The previous two times that he was found suitable for release. It was blocked by then governor Jerry Brown. Who determined that? She was laying too much of the blame on Manson as you'll remember Van Houten took full responsibility for the crime this go round, which according to her lawyer might help her achieve parole. She was not part of the killings that took the life of Sharon Tate and four others. She was responsible for the death of gross early. No, lie Bianca and his wife, Rosemary the following evening. So now her fate is and governor Gavin Newsom hands the recommendation or the finding of being suitable for release by the California board of parole hearings has to with stand a one hundred fifty day review process. If at that point. The suggestion is still to release her. It still has to be approved by governor Gavin Newsom now in attendance yesterday was Sharon Tate. Attending the hearing. And she said that she hoped the governor would deny van Houten's freedom. Just thinking outside the box here. And I'm not saying that this is what I believe. I'm just asking the question should someone who wasn't a part of that incident be allowed to wait in. On her future. In other words. She didn't have anything to do with the tape murder. So why was Sharon Tate there to recommend one way or the other? That would be like if Kerry was charged with isn't Sharon Tate, dead. But Leslie Van Houten wasn't there. Leslie, Van Houten wasn't on trial accused were sentenced because of the depth of Sharon Tate that was the night before. Right. So why would Sharon Tate? I'm just asking the question. It's like of charity murdered somebody. And then you murdered somebody the next night. And then I'm the brother of the person that you Mr. team murdered. And I go to charities hearing and say charity shouldn't be released charity didn't have anything to do with the murder you committed, but I was a part of the same Colt. She was sentenced for. Yeah. I'm just asking the question just something to think about w o a news time seven fifty six. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get there early..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on KOMO

"Tell us about this little guy Thai is my hero. I'll tell you that much as name is Tai Roxby seven years old lives in Arlington one day. He looked out the window. And there was a cop. Working traffic in their driveway. So he said I'm going to make a card for him. And he ran to the table, and he got out of his crayons, and pens, and he made a a beautiful little card, and then he went to take it outside to the cop and the Coppell's already gone. So his mom said, that's okay. We'll go find a police officer, and you can give it to him. So they went looking and that opened up this beautiful can of worms they they met an officer named Christopher Ferrara. Tie approached him with this little handmade card. Christopher loved him. They had a great chat a few days later. Christopher shows up at ties grade school can prairie elementary school. They spent lunchtime together. And so this friendship happened. And then the deputy shows up at his house, and he gave him another card, and then that opened up a can of worms to him going around delivering these cards to every police officer in law enforcement officer durable to if you look at the crayon drawings of of a police officer in uniform that he's together. They're great hit is adorable. The cards are adorable. This friendship is fantastic. You have to see this kid. You have to see the joy and the innocence in his heart. And there's a bridge around at you. You say he gets to meet so many other officers like all of them is that something you'll show you'll see that. There's just a moment. In there that he said was the greatest moment of his life. And you will see the joy not only on his face. But on the face of these enforcement officers, you know, a lot of times they're out. They're not getting a lot of positive feedback. And this is truly a just a lovely lovely moment. Very cool. Look forward to it tonight on KOMO four news at six forty five about six forty five with taika next Wednesday, Eric KOMO news. Time is five thirty eight people in eastern Washington are more likely to die from cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, suicide, and almost all other leading causes of death, then people in western Washington. Komo's Carleen Johnson has results of a local study researchers at Washington state university released their findings and report showing death rates in every county in the state excluding deaths of the very young and very old to get more relevant numbers. Jonathan Espen shied. Co author of the study tells KOMO. Eastern Washington's more isolated communities may have less access to healthcare and higher poverty rates. But it's not really that. Simple. Would be fantastic. The one thing that caused one disease. We would be able to do a lot better than more do. But it's it's never that simple. And that's one of the issues here. There's a lot of things education is key for the public to so and and providing care and access to care only cause of death in which eastern Washington registers better than western Washington is drug overdose. Now, the research team is working on follow up reports that aim to answer why there's such a disparity in mortality rates from one side of the mountains to the other. Carleen johnson. Komo news. Parole has been recommended again for one of Charles Manson's followers. Who is now sixty nine years old Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for over four decades. And now for a third time California's board of parole hearings is recommending parole for Van Houten. Her case will undergo a one hundred fifty day review process. And then governor Gavin new symbol. Decide if she'll get out former governor Jerry Brown blocked her release the two previous times aboard recommended..

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"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred fifty day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Follow was on Instagram at Waddle and Silvy believe we're going to talk to Jesse Rogers soon to comes made it official. They have signed suspended shortstop Addison. Russell. Voided arbitration, and it's in quote below average below market value deal. I guess he could've made like up to four million dollars. Something like that. He signed for three point four million Jesse will give clarification does this mean that he's definitely on the roster the suspension says here also Russell can also be cut from the team for one sixth of the three point four million dollar based salary. He can also make up to six hundred thousand and incentives. If he's on the active roster for up to one hundred fifty days, I've always felt that he was going to be now. And again, it's just my my opinion. All along was I thought that they were going to find a way to keep him as long as he showed the the amount of remorse that he actually did show and went through all of the necessary steps to. Do what was correct now? I think what they also want to do is be part of his reclamation project as THEO has said in the past this happened under our watch we'd like to try to and I'm paraphrasing now, we'd like to try to make amends as much as we can or try to turn his life back around while he's with us as well. You know, we were part. He was with us. When this issue became an issue. So we would like to be part of the solution. So they you said they could cut them for what it says in the. So that means if he's got them for around five hundred sixty six thousand dollars that to me like if they don't want him as an easy. So this doesn't mean anything I would assume no he's twenty four years old. He's been contrite. He's shown contrition he's gone through whether or not alternately they're comfortable with him will be determined. But I think from a baseball perspective, he still a very good defensive player who's underachieved at the plate. He's cost is cost effective, right? It's easier to be trade. And now if you decide the them. Them. Maybe this will make it even more likely that a team would trade you something for I would still put my money on him being here and being their starting shortstop. We'll see Jesse is going to join us in about three ten so about twenty minutes from right now, I want to play you some.

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