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"petoskey" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!
"Prove or establish one of the most interesting TV commercials. I have ever seen and I'm not gonNA mention the product but it is that product we have a leak and the product is applied and instantly that seals leak. Here's commercial they're gonNA couple of commercials like that. It is almost as if you're route in-invoke out there good distance from shore and your boat begins to leak you. Just take out this magical product and you apply the stoplight product and and your boat is not going to leak. You didn't continue fishing trip. Not all the products that people have come up with as far as an interesting product. I think that one would certainly the one that would appeal to a lot of people because it would have a lot of applications if something sounds too good to be true chances are it probably is. We'll see a product like that when it's advertised. You've got a leak coming in your roof. You there and apply the product and the weakest. Gone when you're out there in the boat and your boat begins the leak. No problem when you're out there in the desert and your vehicle has a hose spring a leak. Just wrap some of this tape around rounded and the leak is going to be instantly stopped. We Wanna see that tested. We WanNa see that proven if I'm going to take that on my fishing trip and it's GonNa be the solution to a leaky boat. I want to know what works. If I'm going to buy that for a leaking roof I wanna see that tested. God knows our character. He doesn't need to see our character but there's another character involved in the spiritual story that we were writing and that is the devil in revelation chapter twelve in verse ten. That's in gray on the screen. The Bible says sickness accuser. Not only does that tech say the that was an accuser of the Bible says that he accuses God's People Day and night the devils accuser. That never stops the devil. It is a lot like that water. Stop product that leaks. We say well. That's a bad product actually did some looking online to see what people said about that product asking. Stop the legal. That's about what I figured. I kind of want to see the reviews but the devil is sort of like that. He looks like a Christian and he says they're not legitimate. They're not real. They really don't love you. God they serve you for this or that reason. God they're a hypocrite and the list just goes on and on and on. There are people who are good rundown of us have you that somebody who fell into that category you can have the best day ever and talk to that person. And they're going to run your data you can look your very best S. and they're going to run your parents down whatever you have to say or do or think they're gonNA have something negative or bad say about you if you WanNa know who the authority is when it comes to running down folks. It's it's in revelation twelve ten. It is a devil. He accuses people day and night. Let's take that information and make a little more person. Imagine the devil coming before God tomorrow or even tonight and he goes before God and says he is a fraud she is a fake. They are not genuine. The Devil says we pointing to us. We need to be condemned. We because we're spiritual rodney given back the gun. We because the devils accusation or not fit for the Kingdom of God. The Devil seeks to run down. The People Lagaan now. It might seem for the devil to go before God and make those kinds of accusations and be perfectly fair with a double. You might think the God I would just hated level. You gotta here but you know what God has done is perfectly fair with the devil rather than strong arm Satan God says in essence the devil. Let's look at the person that you're accusing. Let's see what's going on in the live now. So how do you know that I know that because reading the book of Job You may remember. That story seat went before God and he needs to Machias Asians and God says okay. Let's talk about an example. Let's look at jobs life. If you read the book of job you find. The job was allowed to face trials. How's the very thing that we're talking about in James Chapter One? Those trials that job went through. They were severe unbelievably severe. But you know what happened. Joe was indicate was he. Perfect man know someone who was willing to withstand the trials really to the best of his ability. The answer to that question is yes. We're exposed to trials. We need to see them for what they are. James Understand that he says they are awake. They are illustration of our commitment and our faith our loyalty to God. That's gene says in James Chapter one verse to Ub Joyful so when manifold when a variety of trials coming hard times you'll be thankful for those not because they're difficult because because James says you can go through those you can whether those and they will establish your character now. Don't expect that you're going to weather. Every trial successfully come through the flying colors. It doesn't work. That way. Didn't even work that we've for the apostles when you have a trial and perhaps you add not as well as you possibly could have as you look back on how things went you can pick yourself up dust yourself off and seek to do better next time. We should expect to try to both trials in the best possible way. Don't skip over. How James Opens Gems One to count it all joy my brethren when you fall fall in a medical quotations along with proving faith trials can do something else in verse three? He says they produce patients as he continues the thought lose down to verse four four. He says when those trials come he says they helped perfect character recent. If you've never seen them we can show you one reason. I have a fair number of petoskey stones uh-huh that we picked up within about the last year or so and those stones Michigan State Stone those stones if you've never seen them are basically coral. which is fossilized with hunted them a couple of times but never really seriously we happen to have as we were hunting them we were looking for them over a mobile period? Read on about three of the days where we're hunting wellstone's we happen to have the widest possible range there was just enough moisture. We sort of get wet but not really rain. I mean that was the most interesting experience for me because as we were out there in that weather there were stones which normally would have looked like a regular stone. I would not have looked at that stone. I thought this is a petoskey stone after a small amount of water and they're actually some people who take a spray bottle and spray. The stones' are searching for them but after that smallest amount of water hit the petoskey stone. Something happened there was change. We're actually able to to see the coral formation in the stone thinking about that in terms of James One in the trials. Have you ever met a Christian. Who has like Mike? The petoskey stone this hidden they say oh. I became a Christian. Nobody knows it. Oh if enough happens they finally might acknowledge that there are Christian. If enough is done they might finally say. Well yes. I'm a Christian but that Christian liked that was supposed to be burning so brightly it can be dimmed to the point it can be hidden to the point where it's like a petoskey stone. You Walk Right by you step on it you look at it and you have no idea what it is petoskey stones though you find something else you find that there are some other petoskey stones. They don't need any water as you're walking by you you look at that and you can see the formations. You don't have to bend over. You can say that is a petoskey stone if Ben shaped it's been molded it's been in home it's been polished and nobody would have any doubt when it came to sing. That's a petoskey stone. Not only are those formations visible symbol sometimes. Those formations are stunning. You can find it on the web if you want but President Obama. When he was in office he had at least at times a petoskey stone stone in his office someone gave him one or maybe he bought one beautiful stone? Beautiful example Foschi.
"petoskey" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I realize there's some third odds about what to do it who's going to be able to testify but at the same time like if it was that important given in Petoskey just sit on it for a month great question that well I mean we had our hands full with Iran yeah that is true it's not like he's asking them for their permission or anything they're busy give it a go sign off and on anything nope this this others I mean I don't know why it bothers me because first of all I'm not a gamer again I don't really watch the Olympics okay but it is being discussed according to the inter international Olympic chairman president Thomas Bach big gaming could soon be a part of the Olympics gaming I'm talking about video games a better word I just saw that break dancing could be a part of it to another that's cool yeah I can get behind there's some physical activity there Thomas boxes that the Olympics must connect with hundreds of millions of gamers worldwide in order to remain relevant with the younger generation the Olympics is considered adding a sports in the past but it's been rejected apart because some of the games were to find I mean is there a scenario where you would feel good about gaming being part of the Olympics no scenario where I feel good about like isn't I mean the Olympics are like it's it's test of I'm trying to think there's anything mental in the Olympics this is a mental test again right it's in the knowledge they shed the gaming Olympics but they shouldn't be involved in the regular level anything that would involve that would be like at the cafe where there's a mental aspect of physical aspect I don't know what else wires but that's not something that should be in the Olympics is not a sport I'm breaking news I'm ready no no rest in peace no Neil pardon drummer for the Canadian trio prog rock legend rush I consider one of the greatest if not he he he's been sick right is not thank you for the pizza always trying to get involved always trying to be mad at somebody is taking aim at representative Alexandria a Casio Cortez over her brand new puppy after AOC showed off.
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"petoskey" Discussed on The Talk Show
"Why how in the world did Apple's supposed- Monday March twenty fifth event at the Steve Jobs theater? How did it leak some foreign advance? Well, because they're talking suppo-. If it's true, they are talking to magazines and newspapers about a subscription, apple news service in they're talking to various TV movie type companies about. I guess about you know, some kind of subscription TV service yet video service, including which celebrities it'd be on stage. You know, that's not going to s a secret. It's not going to take right? I'm interested in what you think about it. And I'm guessing that if this is true that this would be an event wear if there are any products to announce it might be there's a lot of smoke the Nuff smoke that there's probably a fire to the fact that there's going to be some kind of reef refresh to the air pods lineup. With the. Case that charges. Yeah. I'm just going to say wirelessly, but I really don't actively because it's not really wireless if it doesn't go over the air. But the wireless charging case also a the air pods might come in black which is interesting, and I think would prove very popular. But it's kind of interesting because they went with the we've got one set of ear buds and white and you're gonna like it for a long time while they were wired, and you have used that for a very. Successful ad campaign. They were right conic. I write like what the ads made them. You know, emphasize, the iconic nature of apples white ear buds, you remember those ill very very colorful adds where the, you know, very colorful, vibrant colors of people dancing listening to music with these white your buds and wires coming out, and they didn't even need to show the ipod, right? And if anyone was wearing white year, but it didn't matter if they were apple you just to see you were listening to an ipod. Right. And so, you know famously today, you know, the pods are very very popular product their subject of memes. You know, think you're rich if you have air pods, but they're so popular now, and they're very again, I kind of you know, and for however much Gulf that people gave them in thought that they looked goofy. When they came out, which I never understood I even wrote about this. I don't understand why people thought air pods looked weird because they looked exactly like Apple's wireless wired ear pods. Without the wires. It is I understand why people felt a little. Self-conscious? I did I felt self conscious. When I first started wearing air pods. Those big old bluetooth headsets as well. To not because I thought I looked goofy. But because this is so weird right after years and years of wearing wired ear air pods. It felt so weird to put them in and not have anything holding them in place. Like, it's you know, you could like to think that they design them not to fall out of your ears. But it sure looks like they would fall out of your ears. It turns out for most people with most years. They don't which is amazing. But when you that's what made me conscious. No, maybe not self conscious. But it just seemed to me like when I first had airplanes. I felt I never I was thinking about them all the time because unlike don't fall out don't fall out don't fall out. And then eventually you get used to it and they become the new normal. But anyway, switching to black or offering black. I guess they're not gonna switch. But offering black is an option takes away a little bit of that icon, ick nature. Yeah. I mean, we are in the age of fashion, especially with wearables, and we saw that with the watch where different casings and different bands. My only because when John Petoskey mutual fund John Petoskey broke the rumor about the event he said very specifically that he heard there, we're not going to be air..
"petoskey" Discussed on Cortex
"Maybe on the problem here. Actually, I'm just I'm just I'm just a boring business person now. And like so like, I'm like, ooh ident- going into the application because of but precious precious workflow, I don't know. Well, I was going to agree with you that you have articulated something which I hadn't really thought about, but I do feel myself. But now that you have framed it in terms of oh, the problem is with you because you're just a boring business person. Now, I do not wish to agree and put myself into that frame. So I'm going to slowly Barrett. Exciting this person. Right. Yes. Very exciting. Well, that's good. Because now you're telling me, it's not me. So that's great. So this this is just it's just been a little quiet this year. I think I think so too. All right, Mike, let's get started. The first category is productivity. Now. I think the people probably know Ryan with productivity apps. But I wanna know because it always feels like like a real problem for you. Where are you with to do apps? Where have you landed at the end of this year? All right. I'm still for the majority of my tasks and just my daily work stuff it still into just. Okay. All right. And to do is to do this is fine. And I like it, and it's it's you know, it's doing this job. And they've got some interesting stuff. They're working on like, I saw this tweet go by the day that they're going to add a new feature next year, which can turn your projects into cards in like a campaign system. Okay. That's interesting, and you can choose either view, and I was like okay to do. Then like this is an application where like again to do issed suffers from the cross platform thing right in which to do kind of looks like. A web app or some like, it has no real platform design. It just looks like to introduce looks the same on my MAC on my iphone on the web, and my pixel is just too. I rightly so it doesn't really have exciting stuff. But they are. Adding some interesting features like they just added a in the date picker the ability to to win you're sending Petoskey. Choose fixed a flaw in time zone. And they recently overhauled the date picker made it better in some ways was in others. But like good, right? Like, I'm happy with the way that that kind of stuff is going right now. So my show that like wall style have kept an eye on me focus and have a task that attest task that pops up every time, I return home because of that because of the location stuff that I've been playing around with and I plan to look at it. But I'm also like to do is is doing the job for me. The what I'm using in how undoing and I thought about like, you know, there are these interesting things, I do only focused, and it's just like a slightly different design and that customize ability when it comes to the contacts and stuff like that. And you know, I have some gotta talk about yearly themes next episode. We'll talk about that later on. But as I'm thinking about some changes to the way that I want my business next year. I might want some different views into stuff, but to do is working. Me right now. But it's not the only two that I use obviously, obviously I use things for for one project. Oh interesting, which is this show. What? Whoa. Okay. This is news to me. What I I mean. I'm not gonna lie. It kind of makes me happy to know that cortex requires an entirely separates it manager for you. Mike. Okay. Can you can you explain how and why? Okay. So I have a shortcut to trigge whenever this show, begins editing. Okay. That puts into things a selection of tasks under headings, which I really liked the things as with time set to them and all that kind of stuff the posting process for cortex is significantly more complicated than the posting process. Any?.
"petoskey" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"I it doesn't want to be tossed around. My toss tossed Petoskey. You're doing a couple. I mean, the only time I was like when you I've run into people who like if you if they've been like a be like if they've been physically abused? They don't want to male or female, and like for me, obviously, it was male. So that was and you know, you got to find that out the hard way, and that's because sometimes night, but that's why you back and. Fast. But yet what's also weird because I remember sent a great, and it's hard to be on like feminist podcast. We're we're talking about consent a lot and can send its forces perfect. But I don't want people asking me fucking questions. She got dudes got to learn to read things. When you say, can you kiss me? Can you do this grow knowing and Andrea Niagara, I and that's what I told him and also I'm exaggerating but everybody wanted to be fucking tossed around. But people do want people who know what the folks going on I to work. So you do have to be able to read a human being not everybody is wanting the same fucking thing. But nobody from what I've walked around and gathered nobody wants that. And I guess you all might do this. Do you like it if there's no woman alive? Exactly didn't rom coms a lot. The guy will say can I kiss you? And I hate that line. At makes me like it makes like chills in a bad way. Dotty idiots. We are capable of reading vibes. And you don't get your head out of the goddamn clouds for one second. You too can feel what the fuck bottom who are socially inept, though. Because like, obviously come media, and you can meet them every day, the green room like, you know. And so I think it's just like, you know, I feel like I'm like more like a regular like we're I think we're all regular especially for comedians like we're pretty like normal. But everyone's not like that. I really don't I really think people do have trouble. I mean, have has anyone ever ever had a crush on you for a long time when you were like, obviously, not interested like that's reading one like really, I don't think I'm really no poker face. Like, I'll be like, I don't like you and like, but that's tractive you'll want. So of course, attractive to people. I know it's like, I really am very clear clear, but people like that there's some people that are like fuck this lady really hates. I wanted. Oh, yeah. Want to challenge? She she'd thinks so little of me that it turns me on. Oh, God men are confusing. Everybody women, I go another thing. I just you really you really..
"petoskey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I wrote you need to help them. Choose colleges and majors wisely pursuing degrees that will be marketable when they graduate and allow them to earn a comfortable living. And I cited a study revealing the ten worst college majors forgetting hired and here are six of them general social sciences anthropology philosophy liberal arts English and fine arts. Well, that's generated emails from two of our clients. Judy wrote to me, and she said, Rick, I majored in psychology. And when I retired eighteen years ago, I was making two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and my daughter majored in art history. And she ran an engineering firm before she retired. Then I saw the obituary for Robert Petoskey who is the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. He majored in English. So how about surveying your most financially successful clients to see what their undergraduate major was. You might be surprised that there were many liberal arts majors that was Judy. Jack also wrote and he wanted to voice his displeasure with the article too. He was annoyed that the article made no mention of the other values of education regarding liberal arts. And he felt that my article overvalued monetary gain in the educational pursuit. Well, I really do appreciate judy's and Jack's comments, you may have similar feelings. But you know, what? Judy's Eighty-four her daughter is sixty Jack is seventy two the world was so totally different. When they went to college Judy went to college sixty years ago back then a liberal arts degree was of great value. Not just individually, but also help securing an excellent career as she.
"petoskey" Discussed on WJR 760
"From the JR weather center. Beautiful sunshine today, temperatures, stay on the cool side of average. We hit the low fifties. Clear tonight little chilly thirty nine for the overnight early sun. Tomorrow clouds for the afternoon, maybe a stray shower high mid to upper fifties. From the Weather Channel, I'm Jeff Eno on news talk seven sixty WJR and plenty of sunshine out there and forty nine degrees. This is the guy Gordon show on news talk seven sixty WJR. Before we took the brief detour there to talk about the opioid epidemic. We were talking about this situation of in Petoskey were a thirty five year old woman trying to get pregnant for the first time miscarriage was told by her doctor. There was no heartbeat rather than have DNC in the office. She said look she was upset. She wanted to see if her body would take care of it for her. So she went to Petoskey with her husband, and I think some other family members and while she was up there. Yes. Indeed. She had a miscarriage and the doctor gave her this script for a drug that would make sure that the the miscarriage was completed and again to try to avoid a void an invasive procedure. But when she went to the Meyer in Petoskey the pharmacist refused to fill the prescription because it can be used for abortions. Even though she said this was about a miscarriage over the phone. He told her I will not fill it. And I don't believe the you've sustained a miscarriage. We'll now the ACLU has gotten involved in. They want some kind of a punitive action taken against that farm. Assist in to make sure that the policy at Meyer, which is that he should have handed it off to another pharmacist to fill or given her her script. So that she could go to another pharmacy and get it filled. And there was another pharmacy actually two of them side by side, just two minutes now in the road. I know this because I spent a lot of time tasking, and it just wasn't wasn't to be. She ended up having to drive all the way back to the the Meyer in Arizona. Because he wouldn't give her the script nor pass it off. Should he be punished for this is some folks that that he was a crusader and should be lauded, but he under the Meyer policy should have handed it off to somebody else. Flat rock. Let's go to Tom. Hello, tom. Tom are you there? All right. Let's go to Toledo and hear what Bob has to say. Hello, bob. Hey guy. First of all, let me say, I am totally against abortion, and my opinion is murder. Okay. With that being said this man had absolutely no right to one denier as far as I'm concerned and not handing off to another pharmacist or giving it back to her. So she could go somewhere else and get it. Okay. To hold it hostage. Now this man should be fired on the spot. Bob. Thank you for your call. That's direct and to the point. And we love it like that. Let's go to Taylor and Daniel to see if he agrees Daniel good afternoon. I'll tell you this pharmacists change who called him the prescription. And it wasn't an abortion clinic. It was a doctor that calls it out. So here you have an uneducated pharmacy knows nothing about her situation getting in between her and her doctor, and I don't seem for driving three hours pharmacist talked to local pharmacist on a daily basis. She probably thought, you know, this guy is going to try to blackball MIR side to make it difficult and she needed the help. So I mean, all he was doing is making speculation. He knew nothing about what happened to her. And for all the Christians, you know, the call and talking about, you know, they're against abortion. That's right. We are against abortion. This wants an abortion. This completely was not an abortion. Now her life was it. Hey, you know, what I mean? So he should be fired. In fact, they should be sued. Well, and you know, you can be a conscientious objector in this case but follow the rules and the rules. Are you don't deny someone medical services? And that's what this was at least in my opinion. Daniel thanks for your call. Let's go to west Bloomfield and Ike standing by who has. Different take on it. Yes. I do. I'm a pharmacist. And I was on the committee with Michigan pharmacists association and. Your fellow associates to niche album has a great line. That says the trouble with common sense that is not too common. As you may know and everybody knows Myers is a chain. Every store has a manager. She should have just gone over the manager and express that. Hey, your fantasies is not allowing me to fill this prescription as you brought out earlier, right? Dan, Meyer policy is that you have to accommodate a patient if they have a legitimate restriction. The magic word in this case is not that he should be fired. He should be retrained as a pharmacist because I've been in that situation myself whereby they were prescriptions that I was somewhat dubious about I would check with a doctor with some sort of a narcotic or what have you just for your information? The the woman's mother actually called the the the manager at the Petoskey store, and she also asked to speak to someone in human resources, perhaps it was a weekend. She got no satisfaction there. Either. And you know, they use the excuse. Well, we can't discuss it because of hip well. And perhaps that's true. So there was a number of opportunities where this could have been rectified, and it wasn't. I appreciate your your input and your urine Saiful Nisar three fifty two on NewsTalk seven sixty. We'll be back to talk a little lions, right? GM's automobile brands are always trying to keep America safe to talk about one way, Chevrolets director of marketing, Richard Choi Chevy. Recently, partnered with some young coders who.
"petoskey" Discussed on WJR 760
"Seven sixty WJR. Welcome to the Thursday. Eve addition direction say Friday edition. Don't. Yeah. Don't wanna cheat. You out of that? The weekend Laura's already out the door, mentally, so it's going to be a fun day. But that's okay. Shorty put together a great show for us to to talk about. I think we could all agree that in life, one of the cruelest of faiths that we can have is if we lose a child if there's a miscarriage, and that that is going to be one of the worst experiences that you have in that befell a couple from Iona while they were on vacation of Petoskey. So we've seen this before where one person's religious rights will collide with another person's right to service be baking the cake for the gay wedding. And now we've had an issue up in northern Michigan involving a woman from my own you who sadly was pregnant with her first child and miscarried well on vacation, and she was by her doctor prescribed a drug that would aid in the completion of that miscarriage. So that she wouldn't have to go through a DNC. The unfortunate thing is this also can be used to use an abortion. And the pharmacist at the Myron Petoskey refused to fill the prescription. And that is where we'll pick up the story with Marissa Kovach who kovic rather who is the policy strategist with the American Civil Liberties union who has taken up Rachel Peterson's cases, the woman who was denied service. Good afternoon Marissa. Good afternoon. In the mind of the ACLU. And I know you defend the religious rights of people as well. Did he have the right not to fill the prescription? Well, I think that's up to Meyer so Meyer, ten work to accommodate the personal beliefs of their employees, but they can't do that by permitting discriminatory denials of care that patience and other customers or did he fall short? What what should he have done upon saying? Look, I can't within my own conscience field is prescription. What should he have done that? You know, that's really I think that decision is up to Meyer, how they choose to accommodate the personal beliefs of their employees. But in the end, what's important is that all customers should expect the same service, regardless of who they are. And what their prescription is. And that's not the service and the care that Rachel God. When she went in seeking help at the pharmacy that day, I understood, but I mean, in most cases, the policies that these stores have, and I believe this has been up held in court is that the pharmacists, I can't feel this prescription. However, I have a colleague that can or I can send you to a pharmacy down the street. Did he try to do that? And with that have been acceptable. Well, Rachel specifically asked if there was another pharmacist, she could speak to you on staff, and he said, no. And then she asks you have for prescription transfer to another pharmacy, and he refused. Why I happen to be familiar with that Meyer and with Petoskey, and why didn't she just call her OB at that point and say, look doctor? I'm having a problem with these people admire can you please send that to the right aid. Or the Walgreens that is at the intersection of one thirty one and thirty one and I'll be able to pick it up easily. It's closer to town. Anyway, why not call her doctor and just get that script transferred on her own? Well, I think what's important to note is that this position and humiliated and demeaned her when she was going through most likely one of the worst experiences of her life. That's a shock to anyone. And she did take steps that. I think any one of us and he would have to try to get her prescription. And ultimately she was able to get her prescription. But she had to get it from the Meyer pharmacy, and I only and drive three hours. But that's what I'm trying to. Would you have to drive three hours when she could have driven two minutes to two pharmacies though? I'm sure would have been happy to fill that prescription. Yeah. Well, I think I think the most important thing to note here, though, is that she shouldn't have had to do that to begin with. And that's where we're really focused on is the hat. She should have been able to get the care. She needed at the pharmacy. So I don't want to speak to why. She may or may not have tried to get the prescription transferred. I mean what he put her through. And especially if I refusing to transfer her prescription and hold it hostage is so agree that I think she did. What she could to get the care that she needed. And. Why they answer to that was to go back to the Meyer in Iowa close to our home that was more than willing to her to service that she needs at that time. I guess I'm just kind of surprised after she had had a problem with Meyer, y whether what the relationship was why she would go back to another Meyer. I would have been pretty angry. And I would have said the heck with you and your your store going. Elsewhere. Well, the Meyer pharmacy, and I was very time departments this is very high and gave her the most care. So she was able to thankfully, get there in time and get the medicine that she needed how has Meyer answered your complaint. And what sanctions are you seeking are you seeking punishment for Meyer, or do you want punishment from the state licensing authority against this pharmacist what what would redress this? Well, we filed a complaint on behalf of our clients that Meyer was in violation of public accommodation law that she was discriminated against because she was a woman and Meyer had knowledge to receipt of that complaint. And what we're asking is that they implemented holler or enforced and existing policy. If there is one to ensure that all customers in the future received the medication they need without delay, regardless of the personal beliefs of their pharmacists, right? Yeah. I certainly we can all appreciate how emotionally draining. This was for her in that circumstance and also medically frightening. It was as well. Because without that, she would have been exposed to complication so Marisa. Thank you. We'll continue to follow the case. And we hope you'll also keep us up to date on what's happening with it. And how it's how it's resolved. Absolutely. Thank you. Thank you. Melissa kovic the policy strategist for the American Civil Liberties union, and what do you think about this? Do you think that about Meyers behavior that pharmacists behavior? Did he cross the line? And how do we need a law here to make it ironclad about what that pharmacists expectations, and what this customer's expectations should be.
"petoskey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Your one hundredth birthday with a beautiful gigantic drone light show. That's what Ford has done. To celebrate. The one hundredth birthday the Rouge complex. They use drowns to form the words one hundred years and then the drones flew around and formed model t truck a Mustang. The words after one fifty W w j ought to be reporter, Jeff Gilbert has more the Rouge has changed over the past century employment today, a fraction of the one hundred thousand people who once worked there. Now, it's made everything from military boats to the Mustang at a brand new factory on the site is now pumping out f one fifty s four two story. And Ted Ryan is confident that the Rouge has a lot of life ahead of it. I believe that the Rouge. Will celebrate his two hundred aaniversary a hundred years from now because at the Rouge is not just a physical place. It's a way of doing business. Ryan says more than ten million people have visited the Rouge over the last. Century, Jeff Gilbert, w w j it's ready. Go nine fifty a proposed makeover for lakeside mall will be on display during tonight's open house in Sterling Heights city. Officials and designers will unveil their idea to repurpose the mall property for a mixed use development, including residential retail. One of the proposals include de mauling the property by tearing down walls and adding a water feature while including stores, restaurants offices and Greenspace tonight. You open house from six to seven thirty will be at the velocity collaboration center on eighteen mile road, east of mount is the state stone of Michigan the Potasse keystone. But can you actually find them? Impetus key is that a trick question. WW? Jay's Beth Fisher has the answer back. Roberta people are mainly looking for Petoskey stones. Those Browns stones with circles on them along the shores of Petoskey and Charlevoix here come to the task area. You cannot leave without looking for Pataki. It's a month. Diane Dake ends of the Petoskey area. Visitors bureau says a lot of people look for the Petoskey stones along the beaches. And these stones have quite the story. Taskey stones are fast allies quarrel. It's made from the live animals that were on on the lands, and then the glaciers came, and this is what was left Dagan says many people display Petoskey stones are polished them and make them into jewelry. Reporting live Beth Fisher, WW, NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time coming up on seven fifty expect. When you're out kayaking getting slapped in the face by an octopus, getting face full of I wanna say this carefully tentacles. That's ahead. An update of your money in ten minutes. Traffic and weather together in three minutes..
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"Weather together every ten minutes on the. When it's time to go home. Newsradio nine fifty. Forty one degrees in canton in walled lake at this hour, w w j news time five eleven it is the state stone of Michigan the Petoskey stone. Have you ever gone hunting for them in northern Michigan? Can you find him in Petoskey WWE? Jay's Beth Fisher has our report bath what have you found out while Roberta? Of course, you can people are mainly looking for Petoskey stones those Brown stones with circles on them along the shores of Petoskey and also Charlevoix come into the task here here, you cannot leave without looking for Pataki's telling it's a month. That's Diane Dakin of Petoskey area visitors bureau who says lots of people look for the Petoskey stones along the beaches. And these stones have quite a story. Caskey stones are fast allies to quarrel. It's made from the live animals that were on I'm the land. And then the glaciers. Came. And this is what was last Dakin says many people display Petoskey stones or polish them and make them into jewelry. Reporting live Beth Fisher, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Farmington officials holding an informational meeting tonight for neighbors in the area of last week drive by shooting. Authorities are trying to answer concerns after a house was shot up on Wesley street off grand river where three cars were seen leaving at high speech. Investigators say the shooting had targeted the residents of the house, but so far no suspects or arrests tonight. Seven thirty PM meeting is at long acre elementary school lavonia police and school officials have a warning for families are Russ McNamara. Reporting two incidents of kids getting approach by strange men. The first around seven thirty Wednesday morning with a Johnson upper elementary students. Followed to a bus stop near Minton in west Chicago that around four hours later a teenage girl walking to Clarence high highschool middle belt who's followed by a man who told her to. Get into his car. Both cases the students were able to get away. We have a picture of one of the suspects up at WW. Jane, NewsRadio dot com. If you have information, call avvenue PD Ross.
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"Do you they were playing earth wind and fire last week too so thanks for that so we got it we gotta go to pete rhode quickly because pete's calling in about vacation jack is going to be so jackson waiting on the line wait just a little bit longer vacation pete's where do you love to go i ladies actually way up the coast of lake michigan is a little town called petoskey i've been there dozens of times petoskey yeah so you would keep going there oh yeah the distance why do you go because i'm familiar with it yeah that's a nice place very the so much nicer up there yeah totally true clear you feel in your lungs pete like why would you not go right money yeah there you go thank you for calling and thanks for listening to what matters with mindy michaela we appreciate it you're most welcome all right so we've got jerry link horn and justin rash with lincoln home inspections and the grounds guys of westerville in with us today i'm doing a facebook live should they can sit around and i went like this and i hit i was trying to get justice over there there's just in from guys we have a few questions for you but we want to get jack i because jack has been waiting patiently and jack it looks like i'm not sure if you are thinking about something for your home or your yard so give us your question serve it on up this would probably be for jerry lane corn jerry i'm wondering about the gutter guards we have a ranch house getting older i don't like to climb up and clean out the spell but the thing that bothers me about watching these ads for gutter guards is the they lose your rains like we've had just here in the last month or so will gutter guards allow all that water to go into your gutters so your answer is no there's a lot of different brands and styles of gutter guards i'm not sure the actual gutter guard brand itself but the ones that have more like a mesh type surface instead of like a smooth metal surface that have little holes in it the ones that have the big openings allow more water to get into your gutters and i agree with you though when you get a heavy rain some of those aluminum gutter guards that had the little holes in it a lot of that water overflows those and we've had some heavy rains like that so jack thank you so much for your call anyone can give us a call ask question six one four eight two one wtvn six one four eight two one nine eight eight six if you have a question for jerry or justice duty is joined us on facebook she actually has a question for you justin with the ground guys she said she has a yard fungus does not know what to do with it which is actually one of the questions you are one.
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"No opinion on the matter reporting live and local in downtown detroit vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty w w j news time eight thirty five a fire in an air conditioning unit led to the evacuation of a nursing center royal oak this morning residents of the greenfield rehab and nursing center on greenfield between twelve and thirteen mile roads the residents were taken out of the facility many of the people in wheelchairs because small got into the building the air conditioner was on the roof of the building minor damage reported the residents are back in the facility no injuries are reported but we're hearing now there without air conditioning and of course temperatures going into the nineties this holiday weekend memorial day weekend and wwe jay's mike campbell is watching campers heading north along i seventy five good morning mike good morning john i'm actually very few campers so if you're thinking about heading north now might be a good time but i did run into car an suv that had ohio tags on it john and marty fremaux mardi more from fremont ohio being an avid ohio state fan i didn't think there was anything beautiful about the state of michigan but petoskey area is gorgeous and i love it do john's wife marty says john doesn't even call petoskey michigan he just calls it heaven she also calls at home what are you looking forward to.
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"Stay organized their eight hundred nine four one sean is a toll free telephone number you wanna be a part of the program and one of the things we wanna do everyone keeps saying well robert muller is a man of integrity he's a man of caesar republican in spite of the fact that he appoints the most radical big donors to the democrats to to hillary clinton and oh interestingly enough not to any republican not to donald trump and it's clear that this is a witch hunt this is a fishing expedition and with this wide mandate that was given by rod rosenstein the same rod rosenstein that signed off on the pfizer warn in one of the renewal applications he signed off on yes an application that the bulk of information was from hillary clinton's bought and paid for dossier with phony russian information with russian lies is what it is you know i say it's uncorroborated unverified a friend of mine last night said to me no it is corroborated it's the bunked it's not true and that's the whole point of it and they knew it wasn't true and they knew she paid for it and they never did anything about it anyway joining us now sarah carter is a investigative reporter she's been in the forefront of all this fox news contributor and david shown is with us criminal and civil rights attorney and one of the questions we're starting and one of the questions were starting tonight on hannity and right here on this program is who is robert muller what is his past like was excoriated by judges were withholding exco petoskey evidence and we see a similar background and robert muller as i read through your piece sarah carter yes i mean here are and i think david shown explained this very well because he was very tight much tied into the weizmann case early on with divide show who was at that time being accused of being a bad apple inside the fbi and whose involvement with his informants led to the lead to murders of numerous people so now you know you come to moeller.
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"Sex magic has a large variety of manifestations and if you think about what are the areas of human activity that have the most intensity emotional connection if you wanna talk in terms of energy build up the most the largest pools of of energy and engagement of an individual or individuals in that would certainly clued if not be led by sexuality and so participation in sexual activity in the ritual context is simply using the various methods of sex engagement net could be anything from masturbation to intercourse of both men and women or women together or meant together or as a group of varying genders all of these kinds of techniques are means to move consciousness or move energy or to consecrate an object to ones will or desires or to create a context for a noces or access to a transcendent knowledge so it really depends on what the goals are of the participants it could be as mundane as you want something done you create a talisman for it and then to focus your will and notions about that and participate in a mass petoskey activities and then with climax or something coming from that bodily fluids those that consecrates the talisman it could be as extensive as individuals participating in group sexuality and using bodily fluids or orgasm or the energy from it to concentrate things or to get an individual or multiple participants in a state of consciousness that are receptive to mystical experience or knowledge a it just there's all kinds of different ways that.
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"Of sample quality potentially resulting in accurate evaluations when assessing science were mad as though a laboratory technicians typically consider three main regions of the south the tip of the sperm cells that penetrates the mayors egg called the akosombo than be part of the sperm hat sperm or had containing dna and the mid piece that connects the head to detail said laura petoskey vive ems daft veterinary in a kentucky wind research according to the research team three different staining techniques can be used to assist or matters though and morphology variability in staining techniques in addition to the individual evaluators experience or opinion can it introduced to errors into the microscopic analysis of semen samples to test these potential variances samples were collected from forty civilians have different ages and breaks each sample was subsequently analyze using three different steaming procedures stiff quick iverson nyg rison an sperm blew the in two different evaluators one evaluator was deemed novice than the other experience although poor diet fixation was observed was firm blue all three saints were equally useful in identifying morphological normal for madisonville in contrast the authors note that significant differences between evaluators were observed in the path of occasions of some anomalies affecting mainly the mid peace and the tail in other words a now this evaluation reiter miss judged or miss classified certain morphological abnormalities many factors in fact the quality of stallions jack hewlett in cluding season age and diet certain nutritional supplements also support and possibly enhance stallion fertility including vitamins a n e at a mega 3 fatty acids the supplement ito three is a rich source of.
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"A b five fellowship for his contribution to british cinema in recent weeks dozens of women of accused him of sexual assault and harassment the trend of raising backyard chickens is causing a soaring number of illnesses from poultry related diseases since january about a thousand people had contracted salmonella poisoning from chickens induction 48 states more than two hundred hospitalized one died this from the centers for disease control will now that too federal courts have this week blogs president trump from enforcing his latest travel ban what's next matchup petoskey examines this in the washington post enjoys mel live on the komo news light thanks matt uh the white house i'm i'm guessing sure to appeal these decisions this week oh absolutely justice department already bear date plans to appeal i'm not certain that it all come week though that i would say that very likely they've got who cohort that they have to appeal in may lost in both hawaii in maryland did to get the ban into affected they wanted you're going to have to run the table they'd have to win in bulk play the next step is to appeal i expect that will happen sooner rather than later so at this point no sign that the administration will give up now were eventually on this i guess you to pretty key campaign promise yeah i don't think they will certainly there bateman packer gerber first judge ruled against them the latest go round indicated that they're going to fight that thing and i mean this measure unlike the last two at a lot more permanent gerda temporary ban law they can assess policy decisions dishes to where it's all coq that go back down from one i think what really be sort of politically damaging it would be cut up going back arm improper before we talk about how this would affect those people who would be affected by this ban let me take this appeal step one more down.