34 Burst results for "Perrin"

"perrin" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:45 min | 6 d ago

"perrin" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"On scheduling something for the beach. I know i think it would be so much fun because you can see the mayor and vice mayor whoever they might be next year running up and down the beach and doing push ups and staff would be great. 'cause everybody else would be any no maybe like part the military they get shit supported at all. I mean they crapped on. I mean i always felt like the military. Anything they won. They came back from a war. Anything they if they want school. If they want housing everything should be paid for. The government prints money for people to stay home and not work. I mean those are the people that deserve it. The military they deserve to be free. Healthcare is working in trauma environment for example those that work during nine eleven those are putting forest fires. That are devastating. Absolutely i agree with you. But there's more and more originally as we have more wars recognition of either battle fatigue. That's what it used to be called has the now but there's still a lot of works it'd be done in my right. I do want to say that for you to submit your results. If you're gonna do it you can pick any date on their website. It says you can pick any dayton october to complete the team more fitness challenge or join them in person in san diego as you were talking about on october sixteen year. Old gonna sign up. You can download your virtual bib where you'll fill in your result in sheridan social media which is designed to say what it was twenty five dollars all very nice and we can. Do you know when we do it here on the bates next year video. Yes sounding good that it'd be cool. It's just a backup a little bit. Use originally sent this out to a couple of people on the beach who really didn't want to exercise. It seems to me they shoved it right off on me which is fine. I love these things but was caught almost last minute. So it'd be great to organize something where we can get the date and get the permits and figure out how we can raise money. What you know with the videos of how to do the push up ops area so they have strict and navy seal way of doing things. You can't a half ass way during a push up. So there's a lot of information on their website. They have ability ability videos off party at the end and she's rolled says best street tacos around aware and sandy very nice. So tell us a little bit more about your dad before you go well eager up on a dairy farm in nebraska cool and was an rotc in college. And don't ask me why he switched to the navy. He wasn't even sure when we got stationed in hawaii. They send us on board show up. My dad wasn't sure he wasn't gonna get seasick but He was career officer. I loved what he did. Very cool and How does somebody growing up. I mean i'm sure that maybe you don't know the answer to this has been so long. How does somebody growing up on a farm in nebraska decide. They want to be a navy seal. I may get as far away from the pharmacy as equal. I would suggest that dairy farming prepares you certainly physically the rigors of navy seal. Well my dad used to run away and ride the rodeo. Sounds like the guy out..

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"perrin" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

02:38 min | 6 d ago

"perrin" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Two eleven for beach pottery here on four mars speech or oh. Wow everybody snapping pictures and all that. I didn't put any makeup on or anything for the for the paparazzi that our guests have showed up with. We have four microphones. So i teach her how to do this during the During the weekend she just drops the ball and the whole thing so i adjusted the camera. Perfectly so jodie johner here and hi. Hi how are you. All good corky in corky is going to be our next guest. We're going to talk about the navy seals. So john and jodi are here and they're going to tell us about a fundraiser. That's going on for a little girl that we did actually talk about this little girl before co vid. I wish i remember the name of the person that we had on but getting old and it was somebody that worked at diamond head and there was a fundraiser that was planned for her and it got cancelled because a kovic but here we are after covert. I guess right hit. You say it's after kobe. So you guys are going to get the mic nice and close losing so jodi tell us what's going on so fiasco Five year old girl when she was three years old. She was diagnosed with a wilms sumer. Which is a rare childhood cancer. She went to allesandro and had chemo. It was a long long adventure for her After european that she finally got kierra she was mission in just a few months ago. They went back for a checkup and found out that the cancer had come back and they used to live on the beach and they they sold their house to move to philadelphia for to take care of yup number. One hospital is chops. And so they're they're now for the next. Billy yep now. Her father still works at diamond last night. Yeah so he's kind of going to combat these here this weekend for the boat races. And i know that there's a i'm going to find where the go fund me pages for for the fundraiser. So you guys are trying to raise. Funds tells about the flyer. What's going on with all that. Go funding page and do that online. If you can't make it there but we do have a raffle at manhattan today and it will continue to tober. Nineteenth giants october twentieth. They're doing a three nights tonight. Stay diamond had plus one hundred dollar gift certificate to coast raffling off their pamper that they have..

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Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, lava fountains form in park

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, lava fountains form in park

"The new eruption at Hawaii's kill away a volcano on the Big Island is drawing tourists killer where is one of the most active volcanoes on earth we like it when it's here in the park and it's somewhat of a safer option Jessica Perrin keen with the Hawaii volcanoes national park tells K. I. T. V. the area that is erupting is not close to where people can hike or drive that's not to assume that it's not hazardous overlooking is can be hazardous one of the biggest hazards right now with this volcano is that plume of gas coming out of it trails down wind from the eruption have been closed for years the eruption happened at a great time for David but not skits from Chicago its total luck because you know we're fascinated by volcanoes and you know the ball kind of creation and to actually be able to be here when it's going off is also I'm very keen says the volcanic gas could be a hazard for nearby communities on the Big Island depending on the direction of the wind I'm a Donahue

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Preview: British GT and BRDC British F3

The Autosport Podcast

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Preview: British GT and BRDC British F3

"It seems a long time ago now but in pre krona virus world bris. Gt attracted a sellout grid for twenty twenty. Before then lost a number of entries by the time this season actually underway and then by the time of the some five hundred phenomena it was backed up bumper field again since then. There's been a change in the rules. Concerning drive at ratings which ruled out the successful silver silver combinations in. Gt three loss. So how would you say the series assault faring. Up heading into this season or steaming you could say in some ways british. Tt's almost back to normal with pro-am pairings. Going the right wins again. When i lost counted Twelve gt three entries schedule for this year from six manufacturers which is a pretty decent effort all told fourteen. Cars from from eight different manufacturers. Gd for it's a tricky when you can look at it. Two different ways and say actually british teased on well to get. The grit has an equally. You could say well should be higher. But then the caveat to that is perhaps we were spoiled before the pandemic and this is just the reality of Of what motorsport in the international sense is like at the moment. I mean i know you wrote a column recently for the magazine talking about the pent up. Demand of club racing and the bump grids there but gt racing is quite a bit more expensive. When you look at the piece of kit drives going out there with njit three ending easy for you mentioned there about the silver silver pairings being banned last year if anything was a bit of an outlier in that sense given the there were a few drivers that were looking to the european series or Had been planning to do something else. Wed than the pandemic hit and plans changed in quite a lot of the silver entries that we ended up with last year. Were were very last minute. Affairs then ended up dominating the season than we only had four races which are actually won by pro-am perrin's all the rest were were silvers.

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"perrin" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"perrin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You know they should feel happy. Gotcha yeah i know. I know that experience well So we're about halfway through here. Good time to again promote the book and the The website the website for the people on the listening side which is the lion's share of the audiences author caylao perrin dot com. It's all one word. Arthur kayla parents at parent p. e. r. i n. Dot com and the latest book. The latest out offering is called a second chance of love. It's a Cooperative work between four offices. Now i have to ask about. This is is this as we weren't doing a novella you feel like Wow i i was just getting started. I i that that story could be so much bigger. It's a full novel. That hit you doing these. You know cooperation. I don't have call collaborations. Yeah oh it it definitely you know. There are times. When i am. I right. I tend to write long and my short shorter stories tend to have the ability to go on. So yes that is a challenge and so for this one. I really tried to keep the the conflict you know minimal and and and even you know there's a couple extra characters in there like the surrounding cast but i kept it minimal because once i start going with you know giving them a little bit more life and so my stories can go on so yeah absolutely. I'm less satisfying for you. Because i would think you know you feel like olympic handcuffed in some ways. No well you know what. I think what it's good at is is kind of teach keeping you learning and and honing your craft. Okay i've got a create create a conflict that sustainable for shorter story and still make it believable. And get it to the end that the readers feel that it was a satisfying story. So it's it's another way to sort of hone your craft and you know it's not my strength to necessarily write short. I can do it. Effectively began for the reasons. I mentioned. i'm happy to kind of have a bigger story that goes on longer But this was this is a fun change of pace and it's Quicker to write as well as long as you don't overload yourself with too many elements you've got to cut out but you know it's a different change of pace website right now and I.

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Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

Pacifica Evening News

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

"Marked 100 Days and nights of Black Lives matter. Protests in Portland, Oregon. They began after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25th despite an uptick in police, violence and right wing militia groups confronting protesters in Portland. The demonstrators are determined to continue. Katya face Perrin Smith attended a solidarity building event in Portland this weekend. Any B way Got B. We got Jobe at Len's Park in southeast Portland on Saturday afternoon. Several 100 people showed up for community gathering with speeches, songs, inspiration and sharing resource is What's this? It's one of more than a dozen events across the city this weekend to mark 100 consecutive days and nights of protests for black lives matter. Regina rages, an organizer and emcee of the day's programme. And this right here. This isn't antiracist active, Resist states by being here today you are saying that you are anti racist I A is with P d X Black youth movement, which was formed in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd. And has led many of the Portland marches. It's coming out of a place of exhaustion. We're tired. Honestly tired. We've been fighting our whole lives and we have to continue to fight. I told you guys are stories. And it's hurting us. You know, it's Harding. Us. We just constantly have to relive it every single day. She asked the crowd to take a look at her attire. She's just come from basketball practice, wearing shorts and sandals and her hair pulled back. She's not just an angry black woman, she says. She's also a high school student and an athlete. But woman have always always been taught that we had the fight hard so hard we had to put in those countless hours. We have the practice harder than a white girl. We had to work so much harder. And why is that? It's because America has normalized normalized it. We've normalized little black girls being in these streets finding for their lives. But we haven't normalized black girls being doctors. Black girls being principles like girl be a teacher's why black women and especially protecting black trans women, was a major topic of discussion at the rally. Protesters say their demands haven't changed throughout the 100 days. They want to end anti black racism and police brutality and to defund police budgets to reinvest in community services. What's changed is the increased use of force by police against protesters. Did. Eisen, artist and organizer with black lives matter. He was one of many protesters arrested by federal agents last month process within an hour. I got tackled arrested. Realized they cut my finger over. Ask them why they arrested me. They would not answer. Why? Why just full ignore sitting in the back of the car, and I could feel my back of my shirt getting wet from blood. I can't look at this. Please, just fully ignore me. He said he was detained for about two hours, interrogated and photographed. Finally, they let him go. But he was given no documentation or court date, he said. It was only later speaking with a legal support team. He realized he was kidnapped. She realized Wow, you were actually Tell. I said that to say That is an important piece of this revolution. That's what we're dealing with right now. Making just rolled to the street, snatch people up and hold them hostage for however long that is very scary. Problem with doing the next day he quit his job at T Mobile to join the protest full time. On Friday night, Organ State troopers returned to the front lines of the Portland demonstrations, and, along with police arrested 27 protesters, according to the Oregonian. A viral photo from that night shows a woman beaten by police and blood dripping down her face as she's carried away by officers in riot gear. The Trump Administration has deputized the state troopers as federal agents, which means protesters could now face federal charges. The protesters charged that law enforcement has reacted disproportionately giving a pass to right wing militia while cracking down harshly against black lives matter. Demonstrators.

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Where to Go and When

This Week in Travel

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Where to Go and When

"Love Buddy and welcome to another episode of this week in travel name is. Gary Aren't coming to you from quasi quarantine here in. EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. With me is usual that laughter you can hear in. The background is Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing Sir I'm doing well? Living in a much less exciting city and I'm okay with that. But you are keeping busy. Oh Yeah Travel. Lot Of? Zip because twice within the last nine days. It's pretty good I do that on a daily basis just because I'm walking distance from like the next ZIP code. They say much also from Sunny California gentlemen. Are we doing jen? Guys happy to reconnect with you and I've been doing travel daydreaming and excitedly looking forward to a day trip to L. A. This weekend. Wow, so that'll get on the horse. That'll take you about a day to get there I assume and then exactly exactly. And what are you GonNa? Do in La we are going to have a distance barbecue with my husband's cousin. which is more exciting every day that we're still saying? In between Minnesota and California, is our guest Sherry coming from Denver Colorado? How're you doing sheriff? I am great. Thanks for having me. You've been on the show before right. A long three or four times, but yeah, it's like. Himself or so? But, it's been a while actual as in say. The last time I saw when I moved to Denver, so that was three years ago. Well. There's so much travel stuff going on now. people are just leaving their houses and going to places. We. We do have a couple of stories This one. I thought was great and I was kicking myself after reading it because. I hadn't thought of IT I. there is a woman in China who made. Over a half, a million dollars buying travel insurance on flights she predicted would get delayed. And then cashing in on it. and. You know this I. There was I. think it was windy. Perrin was like last year or the year before she made like ten thousand dollars when her family was going to go on a trip and she was in new. York and the flights got cancelled like she had a flight cancelled. Then the next flight got canceled. Whatever whatever like storm went through? And I? Wish I'd kind of put it together like if you know like a big storms, coming or a hurricane or something like that, just by like one hundred tickets get them all canceled, and then like have the airline reimburse you or something? I think you could do that. I don't know if it would actually work. But. I guess the Insurance Company that are the company's. She had different accounts that she used to to not draw attention to herself. Closed loop hole, so you can't really do it anymore. Well. That's in China I. Don't know. Maybe you could still get away with with abandoned in the US. But I know that like the Happens a lot. We have these overbooked flights and they'll you know they'll? They'll say. I'll give x number of hundreds of dollars in a travel voucher. And I also know from friends who work in the airline industry that are sites where you can look to see because they do like a non ref flights disea- If a flight is booked, so part of me always wonders if you couldn't book such a flight and then just. You know arrange it such that. You could then get the. Flight Coupon. Canceled A ticket. Get your money back and just keep doing that.

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"perrin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"perrin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The top of your shoulder yes beautiful and I have any get those knee high tube socks right I think a lot of like you have a visor on and you were really I'm seeing this you look good visor visor if I saw anyone dressed in those clothes on the golf course I might actually pull over just go follow them just to look at their clothes I'm a chuckle out of once in awhile the old checkered pants with a plaid Perrin yeah right away I think it was on your page today where they had of that as a way out dated sore yes okay I was mentioning that I was happy that the malls and reopen because now I can go take advantage of the big sales on the men's wear because of the two stocks in the but I always wonder that there's some there's just you see them you go holy man so was actually wearing that stuff there's a market for this somewhere but it's not me but I am curious you know he is the same kind of person where is the the sandals with socks kind of thing if you know what I mean but yeah the trip to the mall was fine it was nice to see people out and about and kind of just milling around the mall was it really really was I haven't done it yet no one of my girlfriend said that she went and she said it was just it she said it was really chaotic and she said it was going to be a two and a half hour wait to get into the store that she was trying to get into uhhuh two and a half hour wait to get into the store yeah she said everybody was lined out it was six feet apart in the line and yes it was going to be two one half hour wait to get into the store that she was going to at the mall whoa what what can disappoint or you're gonna have to make a point you have to make a reservation to stand in line to get into the store six.

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"perrin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"perrin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A hundred but you can be among the markets but it you know this idea that you either have just like the barest minimum you've got one pair of boots and one pair of gym shoes and one pair of dress shoes and then like maybe a casual Perrin your done and then you've got everything yeah not me not you okay I thank you now now it's kind of my husband though and he gets very irritated that I've taken over most of the shoe closet so wait he's the big shoe guy no I am you're the value for it but I have a reason I resented I'll reason there's no rhyme there's a reason let's see ten pairs of shoes Hobson then it's eccentric because you're a guy or right well they said how many pair shoes to have Steve I really don't know if I have about ten pairs okay but probably for well yeah in the end maybe twelve at four five that are inactive rotation right and then the rest are disturbing gathering you know they should be giving them way or something right I don't wear them I do listen to I did some shoes that I could give away and I do try to do that there's actually a store up in Glencoe call there's a it's also down here at Bloomingdale's called north shore exchange which has all kinds of really cool designer stuff at like you know discount prices it's kind of like the real real but all the all the money it's a not for profit all the money goes for charity yeah I've had the Monday where the James tie reward winners right right exactly and so the person who started that is a is a good friend of mine went to Sereno and so of course I'm always thinking when I see her I should give her some more of my shoes but I don't because in my head I think I might wear them one more time right exactly yeah you never know when it's it right you could you could get called to like a black tie thing and just have to have that perfect pair of shoes that goes with you know it's not like guys you know we're the one pair of black shoes goes with everything I'm not winning my points here okay so anyway back to shopping so we still want to know what you're spending money on three one two ninety one seventy two hundred if you care to share what turns out that most of Americans are spending on though is close they're also spending money on digital subscriptions which I find to be incredibly interesting this idea that you've got you know more digital subscriptions and you know what to do with and I use myself as an example so we have been we have Netflix right and we've got each BO and we've got Amazon and then we saw that on this new show the great was going to be on hello and I thought I really resisted I dislike didn't want to do who live so my husband said to me well why don't we just take it for free for a month and then you know that but then we'll be done you were talking about that show yesterday and I went home and looked it up and I am thinking to do the same thing I got to tell you that shows awesome and it's just ten episodes or something right yeah do it in a month yeah yeah this so we did we did it in like two to three weeks and I said to Sam away but there's this other one I wanna watch it goes sorry your cut off after a month it's like we can't have any more digital subscriptions you have too many and it's true I have a few I just bought brick box my mother just got that but she can't figure out how to do the closed captioning I've got to go do it after the show I feel it's very hard for it's different on every device for every kid I end up I'm do that we're watching a show on Amazon try to put on closed captioning and then stop the movie and get kicked out and find myself in that slick sin but done yet but I love bird box so and we're Amazon and Netflix two but that's that's really and then Comcast so that's really too much I think is it well I mean it's it's it's adding up hi do you have audible so now no I don't so there's all kinds of other either digital subscriptions that people are are half out of five right Pandora Spotify the the sort of the audio mix of options that are out there and I asked my kids and they're like oh yeah we've got this one and and we've got this one like you do and then there's the gaming subscriptions right so you may or may not have to pay for those but when you want to engage with the games then you're paying to sort of engage with those games at an on going basis so it's it's interesting how these kinds of different subscriptions crop up I've got new subscriptions right you probably have like The Washington Post Wall Street journal The New York Times I've got your Kerr which is a kind of mass now that I think about that is that advance publication but they do add up I think people should call in and tell us what they subscribe for for one show or one story and then how they fell into the hole because for me someone told me to watch this show on Hulu and I watched didn't finish that and now I'm still on Hulu and it's been a month and I'm paying monthly now exactly it's like eleven Bucks a month or something yeah so I I kept it for broad city and stuff like that anybody here broad city now but you got to watch the great now that you've got it I tried it and I didn't I wasn't really captured by but maybe I need to give it another chance but I think people should call in about that until it's like if they got sucked in right what we would like to know if you've been sucked in so three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is the number you can also text us your comments as well I think that this idea that you know eat this is what sass businesses software as a service this is where the whole thing comes from right this idea that you pay a small monthly fee millions and millions of people will pay that fee and then they're going to forget that they're actually paying that fee and they'll continue to do it and you know and you'll make they'll make a pile of money and have a company worth a billion dollars in you'll be out of Levin dollars a month and you won't even miss it and I think we've seen that also with our big financial services companies to right you.

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Meatpacking union: 44 COVID-19 deaths among workers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpacking union: 44 COVID-19 deaths among workers

"The comedian protests hi Mike U. S. economy Rossi Chris continue rock shrank a reporting an in actress Minneapolis at Rosie the an largest even Perez faster following union will do the for a death pace series meatpacking of a than black of initially ads workers man for in New estimated says police York over state custody forty in the first to have the promote three police died months chief wearing from of this in the masks Minneapolis corona year virus during Medaria economists the corona Arradondo virus the are United expecting pandemic food far and apologized commercial worse emerges than workers the current are for union the loaded April death with to says of the June George latest at least Floyd quarter forty four I'm Chris but absolutely meatpacking the commerce rock and department Rosie workers Perez has in sorry the updated United joins in States New for its York first the have governor died quarter Andrew from growth cold Cuomo estimates in ain nineteen to promote the and devastation they show social while the gross distancing the union domestic and estimates the and trauma product mask another the fell mayor wearing three at says an thousand he annual understands rock workers rate says the of built five have he tested up came percent anger prepared positive and sadness for I got the virus the the in test original the black estimate today its community director was four of point I food just city eight processing percent got councilor tested and Andrea meat to the come downward packing out Jenkins here says revision says the reflects actual there's a new numbers weaker kind high got are of investment a likely virus sixty higher five in by Minneapolis businesses than so the estimate in and their something inventories the union should be says done about which thirty was it this partially declare meat packing offset past plants by were slightly a closed state stronger at some of point consumer emergency just due to infection spending past since it's March the biggest rock says hi quarterly declaring Mike he's not Rossi decline really up one in more to than call racism a decade out anyone when the for economy not shrank as wearing a public eight a mask point four health percent Perrin issue says in president the she fourth has trump quarter no problem says of he two saw with thousand that the video eight I of Floyd during being try the depths arrested to of the what financial I bring saw some crisis was levity not into good Ben Thomas the equation was Washington not good I very say Hey bad do the right FBI thing is investigating well you may whether Floyd want civil to call rights on people were violated I'm at Donahue

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Officer accused in black man's death involved in 3 shootings

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Officer accused in black man's death involved in 3 shootings

"The comedian protests U. S. economy Chris continue rock shrank an in actress Minneapolis at Rosie an even Perez faster following will do the a death pace series of a than black of initially ads man for in New estimated police York state custody in the first to the promote three police months chief wearing of this in masks Minneapolis year during Medaria economists the corona Arradondo virus are expecting pandemic far apologized worse emerges than the current are for the loaded April death with to of the June George latest Floyd quarter I'm Chris but absolutely the commerce rock and department Rosie Perez has sorry updated joins in New for its York first the governor quarter Andrew growth Cuomo estimates ain to promote the and devastation they show social the gross distancing domestic and the and trauma product mask the fell mayor wearing at says an he annual understands rock rate says the of built five he up came percent anger prepared and sadness I got the the in test original the black estimate today community was four point I just city eight percent got councilor tested Andrea to the come downward out Jenkins here revision says reflects there's a new weaker kind high got of investment a virus sixty five in by Minneapolis businesses so in and their something inventories should be done about which was it this partially declare offset past by slightly a state stronger of consumer emergency just spending past it's the biggest rock says quarterly declaring he's not decline really one in more to than call racism a decade out anyone when the for economy not shrank as wearing a public eight a mask point four health percent Perrin issue says in president the she fourth has trump quarter no problem says of he two saw with thousand that the video eight I of Floyd during being try the depths arrested to of the what financial I bring saw some crisis was levity not into good Ben Thomas the equation was Washington not good I very say Hey bad do the right FBI thing is investigating well you may whether Floyd want civil to call rights on people were violated I'm at Donahue

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Chris Rock and Rosie Perez help Cuomo send a message

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Rock and Rosie Perez help Cuomo send a message

"Pandemic Chris rock and Rosie Perez joins in New York governor Andrew Cuomo to promote social distancing and mask wearing rock says he came prepared I got the test today I just got tested to come out here I guess sixty five so this past rock says he's not really one to call out anyone for not wearing a mask Perrin says she has no problem with that I try to bring some levity into the equation I say Hey do right thing when you call people margins

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Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

"Comedian Chris rock an actress Rosie Perez will do a series of ads for New York state to promote wearing masks during the corona virus pandemic emerges are loaded with the latest Chris rock and Rosie Perez joins in New York governor Andrew Cuomo to promote social distancing and mask wearing rock says he came prepared I got the test today I just got tested to come out here high got a sixty five so this past just past rock says he's not really one to call out anyone for not wearing a mask Perrin says she has no problem with that I try to bring some levity into the equation I say Hey do right thing well you may want to call on people

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Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

"The comedian U. S. economy Chris rock shrank an actress at Rosie an even Perez faster will do a pace series than of initially ads for New estimated York state in the first to promote three months wearing of this masks year during economists the corona virus are expecting pandemic far worse emerges than the current are loaded April with to the June latest quarter Chris but the commerce rock and department Rosie Perez has updated joins in New its York first governor quarter Andrew growth Cuomo estimates to promote and they show social the gross distancing domestic and product mask fell wearing at an annual rock rate says of five he came percent prepared I got the the test original estimate today was four point I just eight percent got tested to the come downward out here revision reflects weaker high got investment a sixty five by businesses so in their inventories which was this partially offset past by slightly stronger consumer just spending past it's the biggest rock says quarterly he's not decline really one in more to than call a decade out anyone when the for economy not shrank wearing eight a mask point four percent Perrin says in the she fourth has quarter no problem of two with thousand that eight I during try the depths to of the financial bring some crisis levity into Ben Thomas the equation Washington I say Hey do right thing well you may want to call on people

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Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Rock, Rosie Perez do ads to promote social distancing

"The comedian U. S. economy Chris rock shrank an actress at Rosie an even Perez faster will do a pace series than of initially ads for New estimated York state in the first to promote three months wearing of this masks year during economists the corona virus are expecting pandemic far worse emerges than the current are loaded April with to the June latest quarter Chris but the commerce rock and department Rosie Perez has updated joins in New its York first governor quarter Andrew growth Cuomo estimates to promote and they show social the gross distancing domestic and product mask fell wearing at an annual rock rate says of five he came percent prepared I got the the test original estimate today was four point I just eight percent got tested to the come downward out here revision reflects weaker high got investment a sixty five by businesses so in their inventories which was this partially offset past by slightly stronger consumer just spending past it's the biggest rock says quarterly he's not decline really one in more to than call a decade out anyone when the for economy not shrank wearing eight a mask point four percent Perrin says in the she fourth has quarter no problem of two with thousand that eight I during try the depths to of the financial bring some crisis levity into Ben Thomas the equation Washington I say Hey do right thing well you may want to call on people

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"perrin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"perrin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Any now Perrin owner of hot works for Lauderdale says clients were lined up outside our doors before seven this morning and everyone and their temperature checked before coming in and she says their social distancing and sanitizing the only reason they're allowed to open is because fort Lauderdale mayor dean Trantalis issued an executive order the Broward county issued an emergency order excluding gems from phase one some commissioners say this could lead to a legal showdown since the city's ignoring the county order but Broward commissioner Michael Eugene is okay with it there's no reason to keep a small tree and I can do this the right way close governor to sentences allowing James to re open across the state at fifty percent capacity when the worst men newsradio six ten WYO DVR Florida's the fourth highest population of people without health insurance the numbers are pretty tough you know we've been looking at the pre pandemic numbers messenger cow ski room harmony health care says their pre pandemic survey found thirteen percent of population was uninsured or a little under three million people six the top fifteen cities with the highest percentage of uninsured or also in Florida with Miami leading the pack floor is also home to the third highest percentage of uninsured millennials at twenty four percent more news coming up at twelve thirty rush is next I'm Natalie Rodriguez newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. all has huge savings on he didn't push now the showers thunderstorms around into the afternoon scattered showers thunderstorms eighty percent chance high eighty seven tonight the mid upper seventies looking warm and steamy on the overnight lows scattered showers and thunderstorms early showers thunderstorms tomorrow to get a Wednesday most likely just during the afternoon hours with highs in the mid upper eighties with updates around the clock on suffered a severe weather station the weather channel three stage on his radio six ten W. I. O. D. this report is sponsored by unbound dot org right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family.

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"perrin" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

Building Business Resilience

15:08 min | 1 year ago

"perrin" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

"The South Wales deal with clients across the UK. The practice all surprise texting something into number of other accountants in the UK down specialities a tax planning for clients providing business advisory services in a number of key feels the practice works for the number of visits embrace cloud-based candidacy tools and able to run more efficiently today. Talking about self employed tax deferral income support universal credit. The federal ski other points relief. The current measures introduced by the government. I do need to stress. So this information up to date doesn't thirty Twenty twenty is changing databases but the German advice and guidance. Crowbars crisis down you. Either good done isn't the thing that as good and all social media is that those that are not as qualified as save view scam on everyone else because they tell people what they heard from John. Down THE PUB. And then it's it's sit on social media and everyone begins to panic or as we've seen elsewhere. Everyone thinks that they can get the earth moon the stars they need he will need to realize social media is for you know. Take a nice pictures. Proper Advice Nason becoming blacks yourself and knock from friends of friends. I think now the problem. We've had people Sharon amy saying on social media facebook killings. Glad but important is that I mean what I put on social media site days links directly to the site because the changes business probably at the moment days information that he's just guidance and I'm saying that the clients other accountants enemies asking for advice because it's guidance it's limited guidance. I mean there is privatization insignias Kevin every day but Some of the Steph Nog mandate up and say we don't know until is actually had it up given a bit more information on that. Have you found you to work any different? They Adam in the last couple of weeks because I know from our point of view from the financial planning site we even though we weren't from what they operated. A lot of our work was based with technology and we embrace it in the last year and a half so when when we had to move out it literally was just grab grab bits and pieces and we could. We could work remotely from wherever we wanted to. Is that the same as you? That's am you can just do wherever you want now and has has the the work that you've known in the pass change in any way. I'm from from what so it was four or five weeks ago. Yeah I mean I've been fortunate enough. I mean he sounded invested in technology for the last two or three years. If not more in what is meant is that I can theoretically the practice but move it to wherever I need to move to know using Cloud servers us in technology. Know we've got dropbox. We got one drive. We go secure bottles and it just means you can literally work from anywhere and also why.

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Passengers begin leaving after ship's virus quarantine ends

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Passengers begin leaving after ship's virus quarantine ends

"About five hundred passengers who left the cruise ship diamond princess so far at the end of the much criticized two week quarantine aboard the vessel docked in Japan the failed to stop the spread of the new virus among passengers and crew the Perrin teens flop was underlined as authorities announced many more new cases bringing the total on the ship to well over six hundred results are still pending for some of the passengers and crew among the original three thousand seven hundred plus people on board I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"perrin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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Spielman dot com slash bin for fifteen percent off ray kind of wireless earbuds or thing that can really stressful member of the Wall Street journal editorial board author of resistance at all costs how trump haters are breaking America so can the the other thing that was the breaking news from the IG report was this original finding that there was no bias in the initiation of the investigation know what people are neglecting to mention is that the legal standard used here is extraordinarily low at the bar is so low and they say this right the beginning of the executive summary they say was in the standard were using is not second guessing the decisions it's not second guessing the perspective on the decisions we're simply saying is there a plausible world where this thing was initiated in good faith we can't find evidence that was initiated in bad faith and therefore we're going to assume it was initiating good faith because you can make a sort of quasi kind of case it was initiating that faith that seems to me what the IG report is saying I don't think this is positively saying that the thing was founded on strong Basie's no you're absolutely correct and this is the any other major thing that has been mis characterized in this report you know words matter what when the I. G. goes out of his way to continue repeating the phrase the very low threshold you know under the low threshold that must be hit here the FBI hit that threshold now what I keep pointing out to people to is just because you have the power to do something as well does not mean that it's a good idea to do it or it was founded judgment to do it or that it was appropriate to do it and I think that that kind of decision or a information is what we're going to get from attorney John Durham and you know that statement he released on Monday was remarkable because it went straight out that question of predication and whether or not it was justifiable the FBI did that but we we got some testimony from the I. G. suggesting that the couple might be with this type of investigation that was launched in the end whether a a very minor preliminary investigation versus the full blown unprecedented counter intelligence def con investigation that was on but we're gonna get more about all of that wonder and finally report well this is the the the area where the Democrats meter going most notes that William Barr came out he said look from was spied on I don't think that this thing was initiated the bait we have more information than the I. D. does the I'd use only investigating the FBI we're talking to the CIA were talking to outside sources during releases a similar statement and immediately the media and the Democrats jumpsuit these people are partisan political hacks leading to the bizarre spectacle of Eric holder who declared himself rock about his wing man trying to lecture that William Barr is actually a partisan hack I mean like is there a mirror within a thirty mile radius I think they're anywhere no I don't and you know what I find most offensive about this okay look bill bars of a Big Boy okay and he understood what he went into this that there was going to be these kind of attacks not but they're appropriate but you know he's he's in a political job and you're going to expect this from Democrats to come out of but the offensive part of this is the delegitimize Asia and buy a connection of John I'm a man who is you know idolize within the prosecutorial community is being straight up as having taken on some of the toughest assignments in the history of ever of gone after organized crime of gone after government corruption he does there is a lot better than this and the people who are making those accusations that car him as well really ought to be held to account not in the whole thing is is a bit of a mess by Kimberly stresses here straighten it all out for us can thanks so much for your time Kimberly stress a member of the Wall Street journal editorial will break make sure to pick up a copy of her book resistance at all costs out from haters are breaking America can really appreciate it thanks for having me band okay in just a second we are going to get to president from attacking Greta Thunberg what high just like yes if you're attending also why what no well it's breaking the irritation that I have in just.

Perrin
"perrin" Discussed on Your Morning Basket

Your Morning Basket

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on Your Morning Basket

"You know family. They'll I friend and several friends and we pray for our children and the children in our church and in our lives you know. We've we pray up assault prayer service every week whenever we can usually end up being marley every month together and we just really have a burden for that and we join each other and I just find that that joining other than even prior to commit the time slot creates a stillness. You know assistant set aside for this. There's nothing else that we're doing. There's nothing else that were rushing to just kind of hollowed out. And then whatever it is that makes us able to take a deep breath and enter into something those conditions that the I think diligently intended to I love. It can control right now right. Well Dr Paren- before you go. Could you tell me both Dr Perrin? Doctors Paren- some of your favorite books. Now you mentioned Anthony. Blooms beginning to pray. Do you have any other books? That might be helpful for Moms. Who Want to learn more about the practice of prayer and especially communal prayer. Great Question I think that One of the most important things I would place I would. Direct MOMS to is the Book of Psalms. I just because we've mentioned already is a prayer book and some commentaries on the psalms in doing some. Some Study of the Psalms. I think is really useful. Another thing that I would direct people to is Some I would look in your own tradition but even outside of it for some of the prayer books that already exist. I think sometimes more than reading books about prayer although I think there are some good ones and I like What Christina said about Anthony Bloom? I'm thinking of the Lewis's book. Letters to Malcolm is chiefly a prayer. I'm thinking of of books by Ian Bounds. On prayer that have been meaningful to me in the past. I came out of kind of an advantage. Local tradition of prayer and I remember reading books on the power of prayer etc. And when I was in a Christian fellowship in College I remember being on the Prayer Committee and we would read some books about prayer but the greatest difficulty I ever had was Just finding a simple practice of prayer and and so I found that the the most important things to me had been actually having prayer books and we've mentioned several of the book of common prayer. I forgot I did forget to mention the three book series by Phyllis tickle divine offices which are lovely our divine hours the divine hours their arm. And you can get a condition of that as well. I have it on my kindle I have I have the eastern Orthodox prayer book a with me most of the time line especially when I'm traveling and that has been very useful. I would look at the Protestant. I would certainly get the Valley of vision of the collection of of Puritan prayers. Beautiful prayers are very meaningful and deep. I would if I was in the Anglican Derision. I would get the book of Common Prayer. Christine. What else is coming to your mind. As books on prayer or containing prayer. Why really sick of you know of books containing prayer versus books on prayer? Not that you know I mean they can go support each other but And I did think of a couple of titles about prayer. I know my mom Brooke after thing. The presence of God brother Lawrence and I love the Book Contemporary Prayer by Thomas Merton but. I agree with Chris that the that it's it's much better to just get it. You know the idea that things that the father the mother of the Church taught us is that all you need is very simple prayer rule. That is complete -able every day and that if you do what you can do even if it's a small thing even if it's just stopping her moment and saying a few words or seeing a standard of assault that is better than the scattered missing the big ambitions that we can't complete that necas constantly unraveled in and on attending so. I do think that it's much better to find a prayer. There's a prayer that I think is great daily prayer. If you Google it and I can. Would you like me to send it to you in an email him? Yes I'll send that's prayer and I can send you a couple of sort of daily print. That would be nice for maybe a family to say climbing and one of the night or something like that and start with that simplicity and I like all of Christians about thinking through what people in your tradition have done. Everyone in the Christian churches used the salter. You know the songs so that is definitely a place to start and if your tradition. I do remember when I was in college. Thinking that written prayers were very insincere and and. I think that maybe a lot of Chris. I heard were insincere. But there is a wealth of people in every tradition pouring out their hearts to God in language and I have an emotion and Even the policy. That is beautiful and rich and worth repeating. And if you think about how often we are encouraged students to read great works of Literature. Why wouldn't we also encourage them to read language to God that is crafted and Beautiful Cuomo? It's not insincere. All we certainly don't call a song. Insincere sell anything that can be found. And if it's your tradition doesn't have that use if if you want more than the clothes I just encourage you to go back to a time when the church was not broken into all of US Marines that it is now you know perhaps a thousand a d And find some predators like Google tires from a thousand eighty. You know on the one and just see what comes up because there are beautiful ones and often are key to beginning of the day the middle of the day and the end of the day and so this kind of old way of thinking about prayer with that you would tie the the the turns of your life the hinges of your life to prayer so they could remember God because that's what it just remembering God and being with God and so it's when you arrive you remember God when you come to the middle of the day you remember God and when you close the day you remember God when you eat.

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"perrin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To turn it off so that sad cat what about what this is and the one I have is small the water just gurgle said and all the cats string from it yeah you might say well I've heard that cats don't need to drink this and not no not true hi do you need to hydrate and that's the purpose of the tap water fountains it stimulates and moves the water which makes the cat draws the cat to the water fountain thus the cat winks so it's a great gift for your cat it's a good gift for the pet Perrin too and besides the fact that your cat is hydrated there's a lot of other health benefits that come with that that your cats so hydrated but Hey that's another show so coming in at number nine cat water fountain a okay number eight number eight is the cat tunnel there are so many varieties of this you can have a cat tunnel that diss one straight tunnel you can have one that has a tunnel and it goes off has some openings on the side at different locations and cats they love love love this because they love to hide and you know pretend they're stocking something at the end they just love it the only problem is if you have a really big cat as I discovered because most of the CAD titles are for kind of medium sized cats so just be cautious of the dimensions of the cat tunnel but there's so much fun for your kitties and they will have a blast so.

Perrin
"perrin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To Pierce through all the section that we're faced with in our society today the book today Perrin dusting it is when it came out was of the instant hit tell me why you're re issue in a all I had to take out I had to take out some in some item of information because it's all true stories George hold true stories about people some of whom are still in service law enforcement leos who are some of whom were still in service working in their agencies and so can't give too much identifying information about I'm so some of that had to be removed are you under any gag orders or anything like that because of your past security clearance and what you can or cannot say well I wouldn't call it a gag order we always when we've been in special agents in the FBI we always have our our agreements are confidentiality agreements are our requirements to maintain the secrecy of certain you know extraordinary techniques and top secret information for you know the rest of our lives but that information is pretty sparse it's not it's not a wide ranging requirement there's really not much information out there that we have worked over the rest of our career that requires all that much secrecy yeah look you're gonna re issues call the current best to give his fifty two true tales and concepts of super naturally gifted investigators I assume pair investigators means the paranormal investigators trying it out there just the ordinary investigators true investigators who use all the regular investigative techniques that any investigator would use but then they have that something extra that intuitive ability remote viewing ability or some supernatural ability that allows them to take the medication to another level how have you found them how have they found you how we both ways so often they find me because of my reputation they share the stories with me sometimes they just want to feel like they're not alone sometimes they just want to feel like there's others like them that have gone through similar experiences that's why I have so many of these stories I tell people these investigators work under you John no now they've been people from all over all over other agencies human FBI people who've worked other places as well but they're from all over I don't think I've ever had anyone who worked under me who shared these types of stories with me and there's some new stories that keep coming out right yeah they keep coming out and there's some stories that people never heard before and that people really need to know about no doubt there's a the story that I call to perfect it was the old story was the story of the millennial bomber or the attempted millennial Palmer in the year two thousand when the here two thousand was coming around on the evening of I guess it was December thirty first nineteen ninety nine we had many people crossing over into the United States from Victoria British Columbia and they would come over on these very where they would put on there should put on their cars just come right over a lot of them are coming over for them yourself celebrations not to say necessarily know not to say but just for the temporary pieces to celebrate celebrate in the United States is pretty easy specially from Canada sure just friendly friendly country so what we had was we had the current test gear for the day was a female customs inspector who got one one young man who was in a who was dressed very nicely who was a very well put together spoke very well he actually was a Canadian national a little too perfect right well especially once he started talking and she started putting the your regular questions to him and everything seems to be an order he had more than the required paperwork I mean he had part telephoning papers that were completely squared away and all of the dancers were good and she even started resorting to the what we call the rattling questions in law enforcement the set of questions meant to meant to disturb the persons trying to get a bill from probable cause okay and she start asking some of those costs and nothing seemed to rattle him and she did not all of her phone inspectors figure she was gonna let him through she refused she said that she felt something she felt something extraordinary about that young man she didn't know what it wants but she could not let him go and she had to keep asking him questions she had a second more experienced inspector out she asked him for help she said she didn't know what else is what else to do what I have to ask him and the second inspector came up with some more rattling questions and be able to try to to look for some variation and the and the second inspector he said the best he could do was he told her that all of the young man's answers seem to her it seemed like he was program almost three out program that was very programs and what he was saying also when he would allow them to do the standard search in the vehicle where they just go through the interior he seemed to be making mental calculations before he allowed them to go forward so the female inspector was just after after the search she told them that they have to go a little further they had to pull off the wheel wells of the car something a little extraordinary but she just said she just had a feeling that it had to be done and they were they were very reluctant to go forward with this her coworkers and there was more work for them right well it was more work and more justification that they just didn't see they didn't see the urgency back in everything that she had come up with but she told them that should they had to do with that she had an absolute feeling that something was wrong here and sure enough they pulled off the wheel wells and big big bags of sort of a whitish powder all my god came out of the wheel wells well now everyone now all of her coworkers went from the reading her to celebrating her beyond look like they got some big old bag of cocaine from this search so the celebration and they brought in the dog the drug kit as well as dogs and so forth and they didn't have to get it this this call came because they were so programs for finding drugs that that was their filters sure of course sure shortly after that they the celebrations were over because they had to go up to her and tell her that every test was negative for drugs every the dogs didn't didn't hit on the materials and it looks like these were a nurse into what they call the nurse materials it was just some sort of a nerd powder like flour or something like that exactly like powder or like like flour or baby powder my god why would he do that why would he stopped dead in the wheel wells the more experienced the more experience a veteran inspectors told her that this wouldn't be the first time that a guy got ripped off with baby talcum powder and probably paid a lot of money for it and of course that's not illegal right exactly it's not a legal so now they had to face the possibility of having to let the guy go well that that kinda went out the window because as this was going on the guy broke free from the inspectors and wild and went and hi jacked a car that was passing by pulled out the passenger and tried to get into the car to a hot car jacket and the skate so they think they can and they captured guy brought him back and challenge they didn't they still didn't tell this was inert material they just brought him back maybe he didn't know maybe he thought it was the real deal that's what they were saying she was a mule maybe but the the imperative figure for the day the American female customs inspector told them keep searching the car we have to tear it apart because the answer will be in the car yeah and so that's what she said the answer will be in the car so they pulled apart the mechanism in the car you know they literally you know I'm screwed things and pull things apart and he started finding like she said they started finding the answer in the car because they started finding circuit board timers different some things that looked like fuse devices all my.

Perrin
"perrin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"How to Pierce through all the section that we're faced with in our society today now the book today Perrin best to get is when it came out was of the instant hit tell me why you're re issue in a all I had to take out I had to take out a whole new in some item of information because it's all true stories George true stories about people some of whom are still in service law enforcement leos who are some of whom were still in service working in their agencies and so I can't give too much identifying information about so some of that had to be remote are you under any gag orders or anything like that because of your past security clearance and what you can or cannot say well I wouldn't call it a gag order we always when we've been in special agents in the FBI we always have our our agreement confidentiality agreements are our requirements to maintain secrecy of certain you know extraordinary techniques and top secret information for you know the rest of our lives but that information is pretty sparse it's not it's not a wide ranging requirement there's really not much information out there that we have worked over the rest of our career that requires all that much secrecy yeah look you're gonna re issues call the parent best to get his fifty two true tales and concepts of super naturally gifted investigators I assume pair investigators meaning the paranormal investigators trying it out there just the ordinary investigators true investigators who use all the regular investigative techniques that any investigator would use but then they have that something extra that intuitive ability remote viewing ability or some supernatural ability that allows them to take an investigation to another level how have you found them how have they found you are we both ways so often they find me because my reputation I obey the share these stories with me sometimes they just want to feel like they're not alone they just want to feel like there's others like them that have gone through similar experiences that's why I have so many of these stories I tell people these investigators work under your John no now they've been people from all over all over other agencies human FBI people who've worked other places as well but they're from all over I don't think I've ever had anyone who are working under me who shared these types of stories with me and there's some new stories that keep coming out right yeah yeah they keep coming out and there's some stories that people never heard before and that people really need to know about now there's a story that I call to perfect person it was the old story with the story of the millennial bomber or the attempted millennial Palmer in the year two thousand when the here two thousand was coming around on the evening of thank you for this December thirty first nineteen ninety nine well we had many people crossing over into the United States from this Columbia and they would come over on these very where they would put on there should put on their cars and just come right over a lot of them are coming over for them your search celebrations not to stay necessarily not not to state but just for the temporary pieces who celebrate celebrate in the United States is pretty easy specially from Canada sure just friendly friendly country so what we had was we had the investigator for the day was a female customs inspector who got one one young man who was in a he's dressed very nicely who was a very well put together who spoke very well he actually was a Canadian national a little too perfect right well especially once he started talking and she started putting the your regular questions to him and everything seemed to be in order he had more than the required paperwork I mean he had part done a fine papers that were completely squared away and all of his answers were good and she even started resorting to the what we call the rattling questions in law enforcement the set of questions meant to meant to disturb the persons trying to get a bill from probable cause okay and she start asking some of course and nothing seemed to rattle him and she did not all of her phone inspectors figure she was gonna let him through she refused she said that she felt something she felt something extraordinary about that young man she didn't know what it was but she could not let him go and she had to keep asking him questions she had a second more experienced inspector she asked him for help she said she didn't know what else to do what else to do what I have to ask him and the second inspector came up with some more rattling questions and be able to try to to look for some variation and the and the second inspector she said the best he could do was he told her that all of the young man's answer seemed rehearsed it seemed like he was so graphic novels throughout program that was very programs and what he was saying also when he would allow them to do the standard search in the vehicle where they just go through the interior he seemed to be making mental calculations before he allowed.

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"perrin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Our society today now the book today Perrin dusting it is when it came out was instant hit tell me what your re issue in a all I had to take out I had to take out a move in some item of information because it's all true stories George true stories about people some of whom are still in service law enforcement leos who are some of whom were still in service working in their agencies and so you can't give too much identifying information about them so some of that had to be remote are you under any gag orders or anything like that because of your past security clearance and what you can or cannot say well I wouldn't call it a gag order we always when we've been in special agents in the FBI we always have our our agreement confidentiality agreements are our requirements to maintain the secrecy of certain you know extraordinary techniques and top secret information for you know the rest of our lives but that information is pretty sparse it's not it's not a wide ranging requirement there's really not much information out there that we have worked over the rest of our career that requires all that much secrecy so yeah look you're gonna re issues call the current best to Gators fifty two true tales and concepts of super naturally gifted investigators I assume pair investigators meaning the paranormal investigators trying it out there just the ordinary investigators true investigators who use all the regular investigative techniques that any investigator would use but then they have that something extra that intuitive ability remote viewing ability or some supernatural ability that allows them to take an investigation to another level how have you found them how have they found you we both ways so often they find me because my reputation they share the stories with me sometimes they just want to feel like they're not alone sometimes they just want to feel like there's others like them that have gone through similar experiences that's why I have so many of these stories I tell people these investigators work under your John no now they've been people from all over all over other agencies human FBI people who've worked other places as well but they're from all over I don't think I've ever had anyone who are working under me who shared these types of stories with me there's some new stories that keep coming out right yes they keep coming out and there's some stories that people never heard before and that people really need to know about no doubt there's a story that I call to perfect it was the old story with the story of the millennium bomber or the attempted millennial Palmer in the year two thousand when that here two thousand was coming around on the evening of service December thirty first nineteen ninety nine well we had many people crossing over into the United States from Victoria British Columbia and the crime over on these big fairies where they would put on there should put on their cars and just come right over a lot of them are coming over for the new year so celebrations not to stay necessarily know not to stay just for a temporary visas to celebrate to celebrate in the United States that's pretty easy especially from Canada sure just friendly friendly country so what we had was we had the apparent death Gator for the day was a female customs inspector who got one one young man who was in a who was dressed very nicely who was a very well put together who spoke very well he actually was a Canadian national a little too perfect right well especially once he started talking and she started putting the regular questions to him and everything seemed to be in order he had more than the required paperwork I mean he had done a fine papers that were completely squared away and all these answers were good and she even started resorting to the what we call the rattling questions in law enforcement the sort of questions meant to meant to disturb the person to try to get a bill from probable cause okay and she start asking some of course and nothing seemed to rattle him and she did not all of her phone inspectors figures who's gonna let him through she refused she said that she felt something she felt something extraordinary about that young man.

Perrin
"perrin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on KTRH

"Now the book today Perrin best to get is when it came out was instant hip tell me why you're re issue in a all I had to take out I had to take out a whole new in some item of information because it's all true stories George through stories about people some of whom are still in service law enforcement leos who'll ours some of whom were still in service working in their agencies and so I can't give too much identifying information about I'm so some of that had to be remote are you under any gag orders or anything like that because of your past security clearance and what you can or cannot say well I wouldn't call it a gag order we always when we've been in special agents in the FBI we always have our our agreement confidentiality agreements are our requirements to maintain the secrecy of certain you know extraordinary techniques and top secret information for you know the rest of our lives but that information is pretty sparse it's not it's not a wide ranging requirement there's really not much information out there that we have worked over the rest of our career that requires all that much secrecy so yeah look you're gonna re issues call the parent best to Gators fifty two true tales and concepts of super naturally gifted investigators I assume pair investigators meaning the paranormal investigators trying it out there just the ordinary investigators true investigators who use all the regular investigative techniques that any investigator would use but then they have that something extra that intuitive ability remote viewing ability or some supernatural ability that allows them to take an investigation to another level how have you found them how have they found you are we both ways so often they find me because of my reputation they share the stories with me sometimes they just want to feel like they're not alone sometimes they just want to feel like there's others like them that have gone through similar experiences that's why I have so many of these stories I tell people these investigators work under you John no now they fan people from all over all over other agencies human FBI people who've worked other places as well but they're from all over I don't think I've ever had anyone who are working under me who shared these types of stories with me then there's some new stories that keep coming out right yes yes they keep coming out and there's some stories that people never heard before and that people really need to know about no doubt there's a story that I call to perfect it was the old story with the story of the millennial bomber or the attempted millennial Palmer in the year two thousand when the here to thousand was coming around on the evening focus was December thirty first in nineteen ninety nine we had many people crossing over into the United States from Victoria British Columbia and they would come over on these big fairies where they would put on there should put on their cars and just come right over a lot of them were coming over for the new year start celebrations not to stay necessarily no not the state but just for temporary pieces to celebrate to celebrate in the United States and it's pretty easy specially from Canada sure just friendly friendly country so what we had was we had the current instigator for the day was a female customs inspector who got one one young man who was in a who was dressed very nicely who was a very well put together who spoke very well he actually was a Canadian national a little too perfect right well especially once he started talking and she started putting the your regular questions to him and everything seemed to be in order he had more than the required paperwork I mean you had to identifying papers that were completely squared away and all of the dancers were good and she even started resorting to the what we call the rattling questions in law enforcement the sort of questions meant to meant to disturb the person to try to get a bill from probable cause okay and she's far enough in some of those costs and nothing seemed to rattle him and she did not all of her phone inspectors figure she was gonna let him through she refused she said that she felt something she felt something extraordinary about.

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Uruguay's tight presidential vote appears headed to runoff

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Uruguay's tight presidential vote appears headed to runoff

"The Argentine president of NBC Mochrie has acknowledged defeat in the country's presidential election with most of the votes counted is left wing Perrin est rival a better Fernandes has forty eight percent enough to avoid a second round runoff unlike in Argentina there will be a second round of voting in the presidential election in neighboring Uruguay candid as the governing center left coalition is leading his center right opponent but these well short of an absolute

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"perrin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is the mail Kelly showed you've just tuning in joining me on the line author Perrin shot me he's the author of the twilight the graphic novel in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the twilight zone detailing its creator and host presenter rod Serling let's get back to what we were discussing there's a generational difference in how we may look at these episodes how we may actually screen them as far as the technology involved but the message is still resonates still remain how do you think rod Serling taking it back to him the twilight man how do you think he was so able to capture the essence of an issue and it doesn't seem dated in the lease it didn't have the best special effects but the story telling is still par excellence yeah I mean this goes back to him basically being on and an excellent writer and and coming from a background of the writer first you wrote for radio then he wrote for television and he really honed his skills by writing and writing and writing for many years where do they come from ideas come from the earth they come from every human experience that you either with us or heard about translated into your brain and your own sense of dialogue in your own language form ideas are born what is smelled heard seen experienced felt emotion lies ideas are probably in the air like like little tiny items of always on that's the easiest thing on earth is to come up with an idea then the second thing is the hardest thing on earth is to put it down who was it that said writing is easiest thing on earth he said I simply walk into my study I sit down I put the paper in the typewriter and I fixed the margins and I turn the paper up and I bleed I feel like he was older than his actual years because he served in World War two and he experienced all these terrible things early on in his life and that kind of age dam and maybe made him more sober and clear sighted about the problems of society you know you saw this unnecessary death in World War two all all a lot of his friend died and it really made him think do we need more what is going on here with the bigger picture and I think in a lot of his teleplays and in the twilight zone he's really going for that bigger picture and is not afraid of of dealing with really heavy subjects morality death you know you have that up so does the hitch hiker which is also one of my favorite yes a woman is kind of running away from hitchhiker it keeps reappearing and it's basically her her own denial about the fact.

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"perrin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Know more about quarterback Mitchell to base keys injury either by today or Tuesday left the game with an injury to his non throwing shoulder preseason NHL Blackhawks exhibition game in Berlin Germany hawks beat ice Perrin three to one WGN traffic not seeing any build up **** on your expressways or toll ways for personalized traffic on demand get the traffic Chicago apple proved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search TRA FFI ex Chicago and the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center put advisory precarious along that explains river remains in effect until late Tuesday night at this patchy fog this more expect to hang around through daybreak otherwise sunny warm and breezy today with highs in the mid eighties will drop into the mid sixties by late tonight partly sunny and breezy again Tuesday with highs near the mid eighties chance of showers Tuesday afternoon and then a cool down begins Wednesday right now it's foggy and misty at here sixty four degrees at the airport it's sixty four to lake front on Vic fallen in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whatever story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. welcome back everybody. is it hard work Monday this morning it seems to be the theme for all the bombs that you've been plans gold medal Monday metal Monday. welcome back everybody Nick to Julia hare on seven twenty WGN eighty is a Monday morning.

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 Iran dismisses US allegation it was behind Saudi oil attacks

The Dirt Doctor

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Iran dismisses US allegation it was behind Saudi oil attacks

"Iran is denying it was involved in the Yemeni rebels drone attacks yesterday that hit the world's biggest oil producing facility and oil filled in Saudi Arabia this just hours after America's top diplomat claim the Perrin was behind the quote I'm president of the tackle the world's energy supply the attacks claimed by Yemen through the rebels result of of the temporary suspension of production at a major facility and one oil

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U.S. Futures Rise to End Volatile Week; Bonds Dip

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:38 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Futures Rise to End Volatile Week; Bonds Dip

"European stocks rising along with US futures this morning mostly Asian shares they posted modest gains of tell mulches week of trade on certainly appears over global growth drawing to a close for this of Friday at treasures Perrin most of Thursday's gains what does it all mean let's wrap up the week with Michael Hughes and he's the chief market analyst at CMC markets joining us from London this morning my god thanks for your perspective of this morning did the smart money the bond market get it right or wrong this week with the version I think that's really the big question facing investors right now is the inversion a harbinger of an approaching recession or is it simply because interest rates are so low and you'll curves aside flat or negative the investors are not only looking for yield anyway I can find it and obviously you is he able to much higher than yields here in Europe or there is an element of deflation risk and I think really nice and the jury is still out on that if you look up blogs comments yesterday is quite clear to me the the US federal reserve is going to push back on a fifty basis point right calf in September we might get some more color on that Jackson Hole next week or even from the fed minutes next week but I think between now and then it's going to be a pretty bumpy ride given the geo political backdrop between the US and China and obviously Hong Kong as well okay with the data yesterday also with the employment picture here in the United States the question to you that is a hobby out of recession with data like that we've done I don't think that for me is the the big thing I think what we've best is looking for is more yield ply then IT of a risk of recession ply because you know you look at US thirty yep okay speck above two percent you call the US ten year one point five six percent you compare that to what you get out of here you know there's a there's an almost there is another two percent difference in terms of your pain you if you look at the German bund yield is a minus no point seven lotus quite a difference in Cary so US unfortunately four eight he's suffering from the fact that he's healed to so much higher now you can blame the fate you can blame the economy you can even blame president trump in the fiscal stimulus from every year ago the full the full size the fate essentially I think two of the shoot in terms of its right because I think the fight with a reverse the December one in July was probably the wise thing to do but if you look at the data there's nothing in that thanks for that would suggest that the US consumer is anything other than fairly resilient now that might change with the consumer confidence numbers of the coming out for August because the timing of those numbers all the rebound in July was then followed by president trump announcing those tariffs all the remaining Chinese goods in August now how that affected US consumer sentiment for this month could be a key indicator of how retail sales perform when they released next month but I'm not seeing any evidence that the US economy is insignificant trouble and count out the U. S. consumer at your own risk as opposed to the history is any indication well you have cigna so you can go by alma I'm a great believer in looking back a war history tells me with respect to well I called him Mr but by the same token I also reminded to think of all mark Twain's repeat to say history doesn't repeat itself but sometimes it often rhymes so in other words don't take anything for granted look at the price section and trade what you say also we will if you're talking about the differentials in in yields you know you also look at the the yield from S. and P. five hundred that the year that's also above some of the treasury's at this point it it it it kind of begs the question I suppose or does it what's the alternative to the United States well there isn't one but you also have to take into account the overseas earnings of these S. and P. five hundred companies and while the US consumers ultimately very resilient the S. the S. and P. five hundred does get an awful lot of IT seasonings if you go outside and in China and Europe at some point the US will catch hold of Mike thanks a lot Michael Hewson chief market analyst at CMC

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Why Isn't Arkansas Pronounced 'Ar-Kansas'?

BrainStuff

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Why Isn't Arkansas Pronounced 'Ar-Kansas'?

"You're an intrepid seventeenth century, French explorer transverse in the expense of wilderness of Louisiana, aka new France, a territory spanning the entire Mississippi basin for modern day, Louisiana through Illinois and northward into Canada, you encounter, dozens of native tribes each with its own language or a dialect, and you attempt to record their names in your journal as best you can this imperfect system is how English speaking Americans eventually arrived at many of their names for native American tribes, including the Dakota, Iowa, Alabama, Nebraska Ottawa Chippewa and Tuscaloosa, I think of it as a centuries long game of multi-lingual telephone these words evolved from their original pronunciation into a French approximation and finally into an English sized mangle ING of the French which brings us to the legitimately confusing. Question of how the state of Kansas spelled K N SAS. Could be pronounced Kansas while the nearby state of Arkansas spelled A R K A N as a s is pronounced Arkansas. This question was the subject of a pamphlet published way back in eighteen eighty one titled fixing the pronunciation of the name Arkansas the booklet written by members of the Arkansas. Historical society was bent to provide historical context to a resolution passed by the Arkansas general assembly declaring the one and only correct pronunciation of Arkansas to quote, it should be pronounced in three syllables with the final s silent the AM each syllable with the Italian sound and the accent on the first and last syllables being the pronunciation formerly universally and now still most commonly used. Apparently, what happened was that? Some Egge heads at Webster's dictionary had changed the entry for Arkansas to include a new pronunciation note, Kansas, formerly Arkansas, and that sent red blooded Arkansas NHS into Alexa, graphical tizzy, the authors of the Arkansas historical society pamphlet called it, a vicious pronunciation with no basis of reason authority or prior polite usage, a moreover people who said Arkansas', according to the pamphlet quote failed to consider that they would thus render ridiculous. A name highly poetic. It sounds and associated with the grandest memories of the past from the days of Marquette downward, Marquette, being the French explorer Jacques Marquette. The Arkansas historical society members argued that the divergent pronunciations of Arkansas and Kansas stemmed from similar French names. Given to two different native American tribes a Sioux tribe lived near the modern day. Kansas river in early French explorers called them by an approximation of their name, which sounded to French ears. Like Kenza these second tribe. The quote, PA lived further south west along the modern day Arkansas river, for reasons unknown, even though the poss book, a SuAn language, the French called them by Elgon Quinn. Name echinacea. Those names as the French rendered them, look and sound very similar, but again, for reasons unknown early French explorers wrote out the associated place names, very differently explorer on regional tell writing in sixteen eighty seven wrote out the word for the area around modern day, Arkansas ACC, a n cease Adila E A S, and he spelled Kansas C H A N Z E S by seventeen Twenty-three Arkansas was routinely. Spelled the way it is today. But as late as eighteen oh, five French for Perrin. The luck spelled Kansas K A N C E with a grave accent s clearly at some point in our was added to the Elgon Quin name Atkinson, a one theory mentioned in a nineteen Forty-five article in the Arkansas historical quarterly is that hunters from the tribe used a particularly cool bow and the French word for Bo is arc other French. Floors called the Arkansas river the river of arcs or Benz for its curvy course. So either admiration for the weapon or the term for the river might have influenced the French pronunciation of the name, which brings us to the pronunciation question, the eighteen eighty one Arkansas historical society pamphlet concluded that eventually colonists in Kansas chose to follow the standard English pronunciation marked by a hard ace ound localizing the

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Norovirus outbreak sickens hundreds on cruise ship

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Norovirus outbreak sickens hundreds on cruise ship

"Nearly three hundred people falling ill on the Royal Caribbeans awareness of the seas one of the largest cruise ships in the world. Here's ABC's Victor Kindo tonight. Tonight, one of the world's largest cruise ships heading back to port early Royal Caribbean. Telling ABC news two hundred and seventy seven people suffered an episode of gastrointestinal illness on board the oasis of the seas the CDC now investigating sick passengers like ABBIE Perrin and her mother say it came on suddenly. We both started feeling like we had toys inning. So we have fevers, and we're like throwing up there lake recommending everyone who's sick to stay in their room on Sunday about nine thousand guests and crew deported port Canaveral on the scheduled seven day Caribbean cruise by Tuesday night. Passengers reportedly started feeling symptoms that included nausea, vomiting diarrhea as the ship approach Jamaica tonight passengers sharing video of crews trying to sanitize common areas as the ship is urging passengers to wash their hands David world Caribbean tells us that rather than have everyone worry about their health the ship will be returning a day early and all passengers will be receiving a full

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The Slackification of work

Software Engineering Daily

01:19 min | 3 years ago

The Slackification of work

"I want to ask you a little bit about slack, like, how do you see people using front versus slack? Do you guys you slack internally at front as well as front? Yes. So we use before, I guess, for us. So to divide, one of them is that we use formed for external communication and slack for internal communication. But that's a bit of an artificial divide like slack could decide to build more extensive and could decide to be more internal stuff. But the biggest divided between sink. Acing. Like if you get a someone keeps you on slack, you're expected to reply right away on us, replay at all in front on the other hand is really meant the AC corner. So since you can move around, you can move them. You can skate them to a box. You can reassign them, you can snooze them, which means that it's okay, true like that the sun does not reply. Hideaway does a good chance that they will eventually a reply within the day tomorrow. And that's not something could do on slack. And we've experimented with new a synchronised cruise informed today. We decided to stay away from them. He was rethink like actually address the dishes like than threes in a place where I make synchronization as common stuff. Yeah, cigarettes for Stationers. Okay.

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"perrin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"perrin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So for example, if you send any made that's going to leave the message queue issue receive animated and we need to play on that you made that's going to also process on message. You and Jen. We have a hundreds of different message queues that perform each individual actions that the Royal to make the product work see, got my sequel storing all the meta data forever Email. And you've got s. three storing the contents of the Email and you've got message queuing that is building the back end. For the interactivity and the real time Nisus. What are you using for message queuing? What's are using a service or using Kafka new were using as cues. So like as much as we can, we try not to build things, I'll settles so we rely a lot on AWS for that. And then we integrate with salaries for websites that the upstaging because funches also realtime app. So if you stopped replying to animated people that can see the commotion, we'll see that you are replying to that you made so that you don't have a new two cents replaying at once. Yeah, that's an interesting set of challenges there with the real time Ness where you really don't want there to be a conflict. If I'm writing an Email to reply to a customer, you don't want somebody else in the organization to be also writing a reply at the same time. So you need to have the quick sinking of different people front client apps. What are some of the challenges around. And getting that real time nature engineered properly. So some of are on the single instance of home, you have six hundred people. So it's again is Asians that receive messages per second, and it's like a message arise, and it's going to be medically assigned to go up of people. You have really complex workflows that that happened in real time. I guess the biggest challenge in terms of engineering, it's not any specific challenges that we have to be really good at a lot of different things. We have to be at engineering because we need to make an app that three fast, even though it will be complex, we stole promote like at Facebook, scared, but we still a great, we still billions of messages. So we also have to be attributed that and also fought is the, it's the major walked tool of August, like Ifan is not available. August cannot do anything. So we have to build that in a reliable way to give you a Mazda cheek. Portable deponent's resolve. Maybe warnings on is are contouring infrastructure. So in a typically clients, you can think of gone tells something fairly simple. It's like you receive animated increases by one, you read animated decreases by one informed its vestry more complex because you're processing controls for a hundreds of people. You can see a full details of other people, but every time you see a slightly different versions of discontent because you might have different missions. So if you have a hundred users, you have like the order of magnitude is one hundred scales, ten thousand controls that needs to be abated in real time, and that might all change multiple times the second. And that has to be sinked with hundreds of clients in middle counters. Yes. What do you mean by counter? What's an example of a counter? So like engineer next to your in box, you have a number that tells you homie unread emails to have. Okay. And so that's gonna vary from different people. Pending on the privacy settings, permission settings of different emails? Yes. For example, you could say that I have access to these five boxes and you have access to three of wearing boxes, but I've manually given you access to a few conversations in inboxes that you nominee complexes. And so the numbers you see have to accommodate that. So there is this issue with Facebook messenger. I remember a while ago and people were when I was talking to people about react j s in the in the early days of react j s there some Facebook and jeers that came on the show to talk about why react j s would kind of what it did in a novel way in one of the things that.

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