17 Burst results for "Pless"
"pless" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"We have a guest today. It's very near and dear to my heart She's a longtime friend and colleague. We've done many things together over the years and her name is tracy. Plus now i would call. Tracy both a bone vont and an early adapter. In fact. she's the first person i know who owned a cell phone and it was back in the day when it was so big. Remember the see you had to carry it around in the front seat of your car. Suitcase was like revolutionary at the time but it also catapulted her to the top of the real estate agents in virginia at the time because she was accessible. When others weren't now we met over thirty years ago when she held an open house Which i literally stumbled into ended up buying as a matter of fact so ever since we've cross pollinated friend groups and activities literally around the world and i'm always amazed by her zippy spirit her thirst for fully experiencing the arts and cultural gifts of travel and life and her dedication to mit matching home buyers and sellers with the best home opportunities for all so welcome. Tracy bless thank you donna. Now as we speak at the time of the recording. We happen to both the in virginia different places but in the same state which is a very rare thing. These days my tracy. i understand. You're actually virginia. Born and bred in the shenandoah mountain area. Could you share a little bit about your early life in growing up in shannon doha's and maybe some early influences that you you recognize today. Well i think it. Of course parents always have an influence on us and I think probably a world history teacher in high school had an influence on my thoughts of travel my ability to see the big picture and not the I guess you might say miniscule factfinding little. I'm not a detailed person in other words. I like to see the big picture of life and everything that goes with.
"pless" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"pless" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Folks, I have this New York Times story here, and I'm digesting, and I'm going to have it in in depth for you. The monologue section of the next hour. But the headline F B I sent investigator posing as a system to meet with Trump in twenty sixty George popadopoulos was the target of B I investigation into connections between the campaign in Russia now at first glance disappears that the New York Times is admitting the FBI was running a scam. That's not what they're doing. The what the New York Times is getting out in front of this all of a sudden revelation, and they're trying to acknowledge the FBI head to do this. This is a last ditch effort to sustain the collusion story. They're saying that Pumpido Pless was engaged in various activities, they head this send a spy in there to keep track of this guy. And they sent this woman this this this teachers professors assistant. The conversation at a London bars. Twenty sixteen took a strange turn. When the woman sitting across from popadopoulos asked to direct question was the Trump campaign working with Russia. They were setting up. If they thought that they should've been telling the campaign. So this breaking news tweet is made to look like the FBI the New York Times all of a sudden has discovered that the F B I. Was in fact spying on the Trump campaign, and they are admitting that but their story is cover. They are suggesting that it was necessary. I think this is a story in advance of whatever eventually is produced by bar and an investigation into the investigation. This is the New York Times attempting to protect the FBI by dredging up this whole popadopoulos story the original tweet, which is what I had is a little misleading. It's not the New York Times capitulating and finally admitting that the FBI was spying on Trump. The story attempts to justify the FBI's buying on Trump. I think I gotta read it further here during the time I have before the next segments hang on that and your phone calls. How.
"pless" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"I can't decide, but if you do go on dates, and when I go on dates, I don't talk about it anymore on here for sure. Oh, I honestly, I know I probably wouldn't I feel like I if I'm actually in him the tur- exactly if I'm not in him. He'll tell the world turtle dude was too early on in this podcast before I knew better. And I went to full force into it. Granted he was like really nice. A lot of people ask actually like there's a lot of loose ends that we haven't tied up. You know? It's funny though, pot are trying. Flustered thing about the boy, I am so Pless stirred. There are a lot of loose M's that we've left on this podcast. And I get a lot of questions a lot of people still ask me about turtle dude all the time. But like was that three of this podcast? It was like so early on because I met him the night before we think it was like you. It was early for granted now, and I like I don't anymore like talk about like actual dates and things anymore. Not because it was like a lesson learned, but I was just like I don't really like want to. And it's like now just talking about like pass things once they're done. But like once something's like action on her when its current. I don't talk about it anymore. I wouldn't want to do that. I don't I learned from my lessons from that. But I don't even know if that made any sense what I just said. But I feel like it's a lot of people like ask about stuff that's going on. Now, I've learned to like not talk about it on. He will also I think more even more. So it's like once you put one thing out. Oh my God. Yeah. There's people don't forget. Yeah. It's like that's like your TV show like putting some like being like, oh like, they're dating. And then never falling back up with it. And then you really ever happened to them like rooting for though. True. So true story like a story about it that way. Well, turtle tonight didn't work out. Unfortunately, he was really really nice though, what the best part about turtle, dude. I think is that the whole time Alicia was like, you know. This is like a rebound for you. Right. You know, it's a rebound. I was like, no. I love him. We're going to marry you. I'm so it it was. What he was really niceness funding. Like, he's a super nice funny. As I feel like I know the dude and I never met him. He was super great. I actually really liked him. And I hope we do hope he's doing well. But. At the end of that loose end closure wishing the best. Sure. She. She. Okay. So if you're isn't listen to last week's episode we talked about our favorites things that we're currently loving. And we thought it would actually really fun to do. Just think you know, like are worse. The opposite. I had no idea where you're going with that. But I guess it's kind of true. You know, like worse situations we've been in worse. Just honestly, I'm a I'm a luck. I think I'm a lucky person. But also at the same time very unlucky were like pretty bad stuff like weird stuff happens. And so I just love to like dive into some like fun stories of just like, you know, worst blink memories. But you know, what? Everybody knows like a worst haircut story worse period story. And he's always something. Oh my God. You know, what sparked this idea for me this morning? And this is what I was gonna talk about this. There are two references. I made last episode I put worst celebrity encounter because I was talking about living at my apartment complex. I was gonna talk about. Oh, yeah. I feel like we should shut out the things that we referred to in the last. Okay. No last episode. I mentioned briefly about living like should. I just kick this off there. Okay. So. Yeah. This this was a pretty bad celebrity encounter. And then I thought we should do an episode about it. So I talked about how in the in the last episode I live in an apartment complex that has brought me so many wonderful things in my life..
"pless" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"We we gave the example of something moving down simply line and worker tightens a screw and the thing that they're tightening. The screw on moves further down the assembly line. In dressy alerts the user that oh, you know, you probably should have tightened that a little bit more. What are some other ways that your technology improves, the modern many? Facturing wine. So we also take very detailed time in motion study late analytics rate, so read no home on the cycle lasted whole long each action. What is the duration of each action? So we can generate various analytics on these things which in turn enamels the factory to basically identify bottlenecks. I'll give you a simple example. If he no let's say. Their ten actions to or funds distributed in fife Pless fighting into stations now on these actions are not equal as this isn't a similar nine. Now, let's say the second station has disproportionately heavy actions. What will happen is the frustration would finish? And the second station would not be finished. So basically, they would be accumulation in between these two stations in this classically known as unbalanced line. What that would do? The end deadline moves at the rate of this Louis station on the line. Consequently unbalanced line is making the enter line slow. Now, it is the right corrective action would we do move one of the one or more of the actions. So redistribute the actions league. Can help with our technology. We can help actually do that rebalancing anomaly the CEO in one of your co founders Prasada Kella, he built the world's first collaborative. Robots? You have a background in computer vision described the division of labor between you and Prasada. So I feel this is one of the reason this is a very open or on the nation. Prasada is the expert memento facturing, I understand on the other hand artificial intelligence videos in this is way. Our combination is for for we this not it's free hard refined of these stints in the same person. Even appeared of people there is much easier to find. Apart from the chemistry between us everything. Basically. He he is the voice of manufacturing. He understands client. And he interprets the business problems. My role is to convert them to bites the mic sense, basic obesity, take the probably not fully specified or very loosely specified business definition from there to all the way to the bites. I. On my team. Everybody all the engineering the v very talented team here. So this whole team together be converted.
"pless" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"Hi, Dan, gay male in the wake of the metoo movement. I just feel a bit awful about something. I did when I was fifteen years old. I I knew that this guy was a year. Older than me would get really drunk and pass out and we went out drinking year until he passed out. And then went to his parents house, which they happen to be away for the weekend. And when my friend was passed out, I went and got a jar of and that's a long time ago and fucked his ass and came inside of his ass, and he did not feel a thing. He did not wake up, and I know a lot of people have told the story thing that it's impossible. But if you've ever been around drunks or people that drink a lot and pass out. They don't feel thing. They don't hear thing they're out. And then I spend the night. And then the next day nothing was talked about. I don't recall all the details of that. I wipe his ass after but I feel. Like I raped somebody which I did. And I've had long relationships over the years a normal person now, and I just feel like what I did years and years ago is awful. And I don't know where this person is. I've never seen him. I guess friendship ended and I didn't see him for years. I haven't seen him for like thirty years. Anyway, what do I do? How do I how do I deal with this? I've been kind of telling the story of my whole life was laughing for while about it. You know what I did? I was a kid. And I, you know, fuck this guy in the ass. But now on thinking like, this was fucking horrible. And I have to live with this. So. Yeah. Let me know how I should deal with this. You feel like you rape, someone because you did rape someone and I'm glad you feel awful about this now because you should feel awful about this. You should've felt awful about this. When you did it and in the years after its disturbing to hear you talk about when you use to share this as an amusing anecdote with friends that you raped at age fifteen you were a minor paired judgment. But if teen you raped a defenseless friend took advantage of someone in a premeditated fashion, you knew that he would drink until he blacked out. And you went out drinking with I don't need to rehearse this for you. You know, what you did you recounted? What you did? But the fact that it was so coldly premeditated. You went out drinking with his buddy knowing he got blackout drunk. So that you could take the opportunity once he was blackout drunk to to fuck his ass when he was defenseless in hell. Pless is just incredibly disturbing. And I'm glad that at this late day you are disturbed by it as you should be. But what do you do? It was thirty plus years ago. You you don't know where this person is. Now, it's possible that he never knew what happened to him. But you know, as one gay man to another gay man, you usually can tell the next morning the morning after your ass has been fucked that your ass was fucked a tickly if someone came inside you. And so off are I think pretty good that he knew at the time perhaps that that he was aware at the time that something happened. But your friendship continued for more years you say you lost touch with him around age twenty. So maybe he didn't know and getting a call from you out of the blue to apologize for this thing that he may not be aware happened or call from you all these years later. So that you could unburden yourself in apologized to him and put him in a position where he needs to offer you absolution because you feel terrible about this now is requiring as the kids say emotional labor from him that you don't have a right necessarily to ask for or expect. So what do you do with these terrible terrible feelings that you're struggling with at this moment. So inspired by the metoo movement to assess your past behaviors and to see them in a new light..
"pless" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"And so a lot of them say while I'd better go out here and get mine while I can. And it's not an irrational choice faced with these kinds of systems, these kinds of institutions, and these are kids these are young people who some of whom have done nothing yet, but they are being pushed into this world. And so I think the community. Effects are are dramatic. And I think that's always been true. You know, our work on lynching. It's been important for me to emphasize that the victims of lynching were not just the thousands of people who were murdered and killed. It was the millions of African Americans who were terrorized a, you know, six million people fled the American South, and they left these communities because of terror, and in fact, older people come up to me sometimes, and they say MRs Stevenson, I get angry when I hear somebody on TV talking about how we're dealing with domestic terrorism for the first time in our nation's history after nine eleven they said, we go up with tear. We we had to worry about being bombed and lynched and menaced everyday of our lives, and we have in America a demographic geography that was largely shaped by terrorism the black people in Cleveland and Chicago into Troy in Los Angeles. And Oakland did not go to those communities. As immigrants looking for new economic opportunities. They went to those communities as refugees and exiles from terror in the American South. There's a line from Gary Indiana to Mississippi from Chicago to Mississippi from Louisiana to Los Angeles from Alabama to Cleveland, these lines are in many ways forged with the tears and the suffering of people who were forced to leave, and it has an impact, and we know in the international context when we're dealing with the refugee community were supposed to treat them, which was a help them recover from the trauma and the stress that they have endured they're not like other immigrants. They're not like other people who leave one space to another. They have a challenge and we didn't deal with that. In america. We didn't treat are internally forcibly removed people from these spaces as refugees who had needs. We just put them in sections of our urban centers where we ignore it a lot of their needs. We put them in ghettos. And that legacy continued that suffering continued, and and I do think there are community affects. And now they're lots of space in America. Where people are not persuaded that education will make a difference for them. They're not persuaded that they can make it, and when people get hopeless about what they can be an do a society, you're gonna see more crime. You're gonna see more violence. You're going to see more, despair, you're gonna see more destructive behavior. And that's why restoring hope in these communities is the most important thing adjust system. Could do you know, I think our sentencing is often hopeless with throw people away at the slightest provocation, we've got thirteen states with no minimum age trying child as an adult, and what does that say about how we think about children, no minimum age? I've represented nine and ten year old kids who have been facing fifty and sixty or prison sentences. However kids thirteen years old sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. And that hope. Pless nece, which is reinforced by the death penalty and life without parole for nonviolent offenders, and people would possession of drugs is in many ways, having a devastating impact in spaces where there's a lot that you see daily that can take away your hope..
"pless" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"He's still pretty good. He's I he's having an okay season. He just isn't performing at the same level that we expected him. But his officiency is down. Sorry. He's still scoring. Probably higher. I'd say probably higher. Okay. Jackie dino. I don't know. She's looking at it. And so. Lower. I'm trying to look I can't get and look as fast as I wanted to. I'm going to say low as I look Tatum is currently one oh five. Pless finace and to to a different point. Mcmahon. Just described the jazz is kind of a weird situation right now. Brian I want to relitigate this point from a few weeks back is this a weird season right now. No, it's not a weird season today. NBA season. There's. Every BC's and it's weird. There's just uncertainty right now. That's the people that you expected to take a step forward aren't doing that. But that's the NBA. That's what happens. That's how that is. Is it just hasn't though? Like, I tell people all the time go back, and look what the Celtics record was at Christmas last year. It's much different than it is now. Why? No, the jasmine was health was pad. Yeah. The jazz at one point. Right. So that's sort of my. January. Right. I don't know the Celtics nine games. Wow. Yeah. They they were nine games and a hundred on on January twenty four th and then went twenty nine and six the Celtics is just I thought they were clearly the class of the Eastern Conference. And you know, God is Gordon Hayward is is still trying to work his way back in anything resembling his pre injury form. But I don't know is that one of those things where they have too many pieces for the sum of the parts to be greater than the whole. I just can't believe. Well, Terry Jackie. What do you make of this Terry Rozier tweet? Did you I'm asking Jackie about a I. So it usually what using I see them. But I haven't wanted. It say McMahon. Did you see it was vague enough? Where people thought like he was trying to get his way out of there or something. But he says that's not it. Let's do this all favorite all was in caps. I now we record in this podcast on Wednesday morning. It's possible. He is given an interview this morning while we're doing this. So we may be a little bit news lagged. He is not having a very good year. And obviously since kyri is back. He's not playing as much shots down from where he was when he was starting. I mean, do you think that's a he didn't get a contract extension which wasn't that big of a surprise to me? Jackie in all honesty, because he's a backup for the Celtics. Now you. The way they tried. I mean, you know, they talked to him. It was like they didn't even attempt it. But we all understand the parameters of here. They when they re signed smart that was bad news for him. You know? And that's just the way. That's just you know. So anyway, I think when I when I think about Terry Rozier, that's the one I can almost explain Terry Rosiere really flourished when he got a lot of minutes..
"pless" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I remember my kids are playing catch in on the field and it's sorta like you're going around Gettysburg. You feel it. It's like palpable if they'll like, people died here and I literally hyper ventilated the next time I went back to the prison as I going through the gate. 'cause it's next to an hour actual. Supermax. Yeah. And so this was abandoned what now homeland security would use it to like train. So you go down in the lower level where the chop marks are and you're walking through and the lights are out and you go to the gas chamber or the electric chair, right? And in and out certain hallways because homeland security, they have dummies for like targets to shoot. And so you're walking along and suddenly a dummy and you fucking freak out like Jesus and it's a dummy. And I remember I don't remember this Jack g Adams producing partner, dared his assistant for thousand thousand bucks, spend the night in the electric chair room with the lights out with all that shit that I just said, dummies chop marks blood that wanna race. I'll give you thousand bucks. I got so pissed a do not take that bet. I'm gonna freak out. Just thinking about you down there. Don't do it. He did it. He spent the spent the night. I don't think it was haunted. I remember he could buy a somebody scares bad juju. It didn't need to be haunted, and we did that the prison shots, I had to go into the building. They told me, come over here going to the building tape, president shots, and the Dan was taking the prisoners shots. That's when the guy went off on me. I don't know if it was about great. Whoever was standing in there. We gave you the tour wanted to give it started telling me that they had taken the heads and putting them on sticks. Yeah, I gotta be bowling with the heads and shit like that. When the cops came in, when the cop sees the prison, the lights were shut off and they notice that there was a lot of water. It was like those twelve kids in Thailand, walking a water when they turn the lights on, it wasn't water. Oh shit was rivers and pod of blood that we're running. Like that's how much blood to read this book. You don't want to. Gonna freak out, but that's where we people don't realize that that's what we did this over. So the first day when we shot Adam, broadening the, oh my God, I remember that brought a rabbi him. I think. Rabbi came in with a small fifty at you. Remember what he did. He pissed them off too because the guy had he burned a some incense, a a, some herb, and he was blessing. And then Sandler said right afterwards, hey, can I smoke some of that now and the the guy looked at him. Like if there could have been a clap of thunder, I want holy shit. I hope you just didn't jinx us, but he had to grab a joke. You know, it's it's got to. I was very lucky in the beginning, you know, wasn't no hundred dollar day movies. You know when I moved here, there wasn't no four thirty five. It was all scale Pless town and you went from there. You know, I still remember going to a commercial shoot nineteen ninety from ninety seven to two thousand. If you went to a commercial shoot when you signed than it would say the product Briars ice cream. And it would say salesman whatever the rose and then it would go and shoots September fifteen to eighteen when you got the call, guess what you worked off three days..
"pless" Discussed on I Was There Too
"The family house was and we were sitting out on the front lawn and spill Berg. Unbeknownst to us, we young, they'll having a lot of frustration with kind of local government and you know, shooting movies on Martha's Vineyard, which wasn't easiest thing to do at the time. And I don't know if he was just frustration, but he wasn't getting straight answers and we were sitting there just in a little circle. Steven, Spielberg myself. I mean, he he is twenty something years old and. You know, hair down to his shoulders and you know he, he was very cool kinda, you know, and we were sitting on the lawn there, and he was just asking question after question of an eleven year old and a thirteen year old. And I think it was the only honest answers. He was kidding. I've heard so much about Spielberg that he loves to relate with children because they are honest. Apparently, that's what it was, because that's the one you know, we knew he was the head honcho. He was the big guy, but we but we also developed a little friendship that someone with ROY shot daughter. So ROY Scheider and his daughter, they came to the house for dinner one night, you know. So it's this shows you how these actors came into the community, but they also came really into the community. I mean, you know, you would hear things about Maria, Milton going down and having a few drinks at the local bar with the local guys. I would expect nothing less. Exactly. Exactly. So you know you would have these different experiences and is with was more with with ROY Scheider. So you know, he had a daughter. We were eleven and thirteen years old and and you know, so he was being a father when he wasn't working on onset. So you know, we were the interaction him and his his daughter at the time when they were there. So those are those are. You know, interesting memories of the cast, you know. But the cast really was a bunch island is going to the beach and and getting paid, and, and you know, and just kind of watching this all take place. But it was more like you guys are going to festival that's taking place on the island and you're just it was daily. I mean, you woke up, you looked at the weather and, and it wasn't raining, you'll go to, you know, you're going to go to the beach and we're going to film, but what most people didn't realize some of the early filming was done late. May that water ice cold. I mean, who is ice cold? So you know, I, it wasn't as pleasant when it came time to to run into the water. And you know, just before you know to kidney boy, got Jeff. Oh, he's got, you know, eating on the raft. I mean that that was not a comfortable time of the year to be in the water. So did. You to actually get up close to Bruce the shark at all? I, my brother and I walked on top of them. He was. He was staged over in east shopping and he's top on. Willie Pless. Harbors is a little landing over there..
"pless" Discussed on KQED Radio
"All sorts, of things and then one particular doctor asked me. To get my Ross game. And the Keane came back with a whole lot. Of other issues. With may, having a Mace lesions and the whole shebang if. You saw me then you'd say this 'cause you can forget these scrolling He's going. Now No one is a good, candidate for MS but stop-loss was, an especially outgoing outdoorsy guy kind of Australian that Americans like to put in beer, commercials for ca stop the prospect of gradually losing more and more control of his, body was devastating and then a fateful trip to the. Hair salon tonight, Dr varieties, shoe my wife she used to cut his hair because she aimed to sell on informed oak and that's helpful to. Know Dr variety and why did you go to Dr? Brody for treatment because he's nine me for years. Through my life and when he saw, me get ill, he was very very shattered. And. Very concerned Dr Thomas Barati is a. Gastroenterologist, in Sydney now if, you're like me you immediately think what's a gastroenterologist who treats ulcers and diarrhea have to, do with MS but Brody isn't? Your typical. Gastroenterologist he is To put it. Mildly. A bit of a medical maverick the. Treatment, he tried and William, Kosta Pless was something that most of us something that even most doctors would find unusual, and perhaps unsettling but then it? Apparently worked It wasn't an Ivy gnawed occurrence way better luck within fifteen seconds but all I nine now is on forty seven. Years old Arado custom chopper Travel the world I have a great time and nobody will change.
"pless" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Pless had prints though yes it's true yes well we don't we don't have anybody brown well he's not quite like prince so your thoughts your thoughts yes you yeah yeah i mean i think it's tremendous i the shots so i watched from the myself i don't have sands quality tickets nor did i have it toilet oxy so i watched wickham me from my cats and the shots from the street of the throng in the street just my mind i mean i don't have yeah yeah agass you you were there physically you watch the game from literally the best seat in the house mike how but to the game but prior to the game i did i spike unfortunately was sick and under the weather but i grabbed in sydney and said we're going down there i mean you don't know when this is gonna happen again and i you know dad let dad likes party a little bit they understand and appreciate that so we went down it was an easy sell because sydney's a huge fallout boy fan and they play a free concert down there and it was crazy they had a concert with sting and it actually sting yes yes thing and shaggy who just gordon yes they were poor they record these about an hour and a half hours before right and then they pipe in a three to five minute clip that they play before the game starts so it was the actual stink yes and yes he just released this collaboration okay they didn't have them together the fallout boy similar.
"pless" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"By the way bubby dickerson is the third base coach for the baltimore orioles horri before renting yes and serena williams is back in a grand slam one who first round match against christina pless cobas seven six seven four in the tiebreak in six four to advance to the second lab suit and catsuit and tweeting about it and say catsuit anyone roll the moms out there tough recovery from practic and she certainly did he go if i can do it so can use something i was watching her on tv about this today it was from yesterday but i was watching today on about the cats she said i've been playing in pants a lot lately you don't in your mind right you think of that as being constricting yeah and she says i've had blood clots surmise saying relations yeah but i've been i think it's very intimidating to look across the net and see her in that cash tinted just look at across something about that to me even added something every muscle gun how strong she is you come from the air when men when men played in these tenants in pants bill tilden yes high school i love what she is doing for new moms out there no don t diva chinsali signed with an agent because he was the star of the ncaa tournament for villanova and so he will remain in the nba draft so this is an interesting thing there's no reason for him to stay villanova he wants to be a pro basketball player he was the most outstanding player in the final four and he won a national title and all this teammates leaving yes so there's no reason now we'll von was saying this to me yesterday either on here off air but it's certainly something he would say on air will the story be that because even chen so was white he will be devalued in the draft it will there there's an assumption that will be made and i said to mike i said the player he reminded me most of recently white player was sam decker and we'll said he's better athlete he's bigger at his position and a better athlete that sam yeah no i don't think that's going to be an issue he's good i mean he looked u top fifteen not quite that i think late i i think in the twenty somewhere.
"pless" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
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"pless" Discussed on AP News
"Game will be indoors the high for sunday of baena pless is nod for the ap abruptled friends with ribbit it was the scary and dramatic scene during sports dr larry nassar sentencing hearing on sexual abuse charges ap's rita foley reports distraught father of three of the answers victims tried to attack the disgraced position to live randall margrave daughters had just addressed the court saying they on another sister had been sexually abused by larry nassar when more graves asked the judge for time alone with five minutes at a la this theme but you who bear yes or no would you give me one vendor to be good bailiffs tackled margrave says nasser was escorted out of the courtroom i'm rita foley the nation's flew report has gotten worse and there are weeks of suffering still ahead the government's latest report out friday shows the flu season continues to intensify according to the centers for disease control and prevention one of every fourteen visits to doctors and clinics were forced symptoms of the flu that's the highest level since the swine flu pandemic in two thousand nine last week two stage reported high patient traffic for the flu up from thirty nine hospital stays because of the flu were also up experts had thought this season might be bad but it's.
"pless" Discussed on iMore
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"The host german chancellor angela merkel says she hopes to find compromises an answers is on a range of issues at the twoday meeting of leading economic powers opening today weather's little disagreements on fighting terrorism prospects of finding common ground on climate change and trade look uncertain the meeting opens after skirmishes on thursday evening between police and viall protesters elsewhere in the port city germany's second biggest police said that at least seventy six officers were hurt one of whom had to be taken to a hospital with an eye injury after a firework exploded right in front of him and now let's check out what's going on in the world of sports and throw it over to john hunt thanks wendy upset and inquiries highlighted the women's division at wimbledon yesterday as american wildcard entry and world number one female doubles player bethany matic sans collapsed on the grass court after a knee injury ended heartburn admit proponent serrano daya describes what happened right you are that way of gone to what do it and then i did not your average window on the floor and he went over and and i aircraft under order you'll bring our sunken because an honor oh no eric frein not not even look the other day as of our lives their like a fairly and you under your until there does does allrounder your winger earliest but you're out euro one in the case also favorite and women's number three seed carolina pless goba was upset yesterday by magdalena arrive barak cobra in three sets six three five seven six three the tournament.