18 Burst results for "Prio"
"prio" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"One law enforcement source tell CBS News. The unidentified suspect is an attorney who have a case before Judge Solace back in 2015. The mid city area of Los Angeles will be packed with fast food, long term care and other workers this afternoon. They are marching in support of black lives, wage increases and more health protections at work during the Corona Virus Pandemic Corporation. The dollar amount is their bottom line. The bottom line is not my protecting their worth. Right about there. They're worried about all of those not concerned with that was that they were they would treat them better out of the organizers of the marchers here. McKee Sha Ron Prio tells contact. She works at Carl's Jr. Which she says doesn't supply enough personal protective equipment for its employees. Strikers are demanding action by caught by corporations and government to confront systemic racism and economic inequality that they say limits, mobility and career advancement for many black and Latino workers. The Trump Administration preparing to roll out a plan this week to send military style federal squads that have already drawn criticism in Portland, Oregon. In two other cities. The president says that demonstrators are creating chaos. More federal law enforcement that I can tell you in Portland. They've done a fantastic job they'd been there three days. And they really have done a fantastic job in a very short period of time. No problem. We'll have a lot of people in jail. Their leader's easier anarchist Cesaire, not protesters. Okay now Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenbloom mean time has filed a lawsuit against Homeland Security and the Marshals Service. She's federal agencies are operating with no transparency and against the will of just about every leader in our state, and I assume it will be the same in other states where they Show up. The lawsuit accuses unidentified federal agents of just grabbing people off the streets without a warrant without warning without explanation. While we've been showing any sort of an I D California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Sze first ever. Cal Fire Hawk is now in service and ready to battle any wildfires in the state last year, Caliph I got the green light to purchase Black Hawk helicopters. And turn them into fire fighting tools. President Trump has signed off on an effort to an effort seeking an additional $1 trillion in Corona virus economic relief this, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, Sutra says. That will be the Republican starting point as they begin their talks with Democrats. We are committed that by the end of this month make sure that before the enhanced unemployment insurance expires, that we passed legislation so that we can Protect Americans that are unemployed House Democrats passed a bill in May that provided nearly $3 trillion in additional aid..
"prio" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"You've never needed us more. Part of the week in school. Maura the week Learning from home Philadelphia's plan for heading back to class Governor Wolf is planning new Corona virus restrictions as part of the states. He's a cove it resurgence New police body. Camera footage reveals George Floyd's last words. 88 degrees. Partly sunny in center city. We're heading down to 69 on this Wednesday, July 15th midafternoon. I mean Bush top story at 301 Philadelphia is back to school plan is a hybrid online and in person learning will have most students physically in schools just two days a week. Hey, What about to use Mike DiNardo reports, each school will draw up an individual plan by generally one group of students will go to school Mondays and Wednesdays and the other Tuesdays and Thursdays when they're not in school students will have online classes where assignments will be given and attendance taken. District medical Officer Dr Barbara Clock says parents will have to sign an agreement that describes their commitment to keeping their Children home when their Children are sick. And to seek appropriate medical care when appropriate. Schools will be routinely disinfected. But city Health Commissioner Dr Thomas Farley says even with all of the precautions, covert cases are inevitable. There isn't any guarantee that this will all cases in schools to be clear about that. And, he says, if schools are contributing to community spread of the virus, if it's appropriate, we will close individual schools. Or over the appropriate we will shut down. The entire system in the first day of school has been delayed from August 31st to September 2nd for covert training for school staff. Mike DiNardo, Kois heavily NewsRadio Prio, too still to come. It's the president's top trade advisor versus the nation's top infectious disease expert. Story after we check traffic and weather on the twos and Stevie Reese is with us. Thanks. And we've got something brand new coming in that we're hearing from a T and t phone force tipsters to 157 24 10..
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"Later epicenter New York planning to open covered nineteen testing centers in all five boroughs essential workers in the vulnerable elderly will get first priority but nationwide testing rollouts are encountering glitches in San Antonio Texas reporter Henry Ramos meets one victim then told me that the result is going to be gone when Beijing three or five days but a week later Alexis Rios is still wondering if he has the corona virus a Lani Rodriguez is his wife's and very frustrating for us just because first of all we can't work so we're just concerned prio says he got tested at the Freeman Coliseum and got a tax his results were ready but the results aren't there when he clicks the link for several days now Rios has called the city for answers the card is stolen you're not that you're not the
"prio" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"I'd love to do some more rally cross. I mean that was just a taster for that really got me. <hes> I guess just any opportunity and the key thing that I've learned that we can that was racing <hes> SPA in the British G._T.. In a Mustang G._T.. Four Multi Mata top level pro team really the amazing guys on at the same time most in the kitchen for twenty championship on basic jumping at one car into the next and you would assume that while you know you got the these you know top level teams and then you've got this of thirty grand a year championship which is just club level racing experiences just as intense and justice fun in the case is in G._T.'s so key thing is it doesn't matter what level you're racing talking about. The T._V.'s a is pretty intense when you're in a battle and you're if you're fighting for the lead bump drafting down by it doesn't matter what you do you know. I think that you know as long as you've got Tim. People around you care by your own it together and you're having fun. You can get so much motorsport any level so it's not just about the big ones of course love to do all these iconic races but I'm just any opportunities. I'm doing the six our salon later on this year. I'm going to port in a couple of races. Are there of spa bothers weekend again in a nine eleven to I._R._S.. Club sport which is a life so yeah. I'm I'm very lucky. I get these opportunities and so when I get them you want to do them just so just quickly. Tell I'm a little bit about the Mustang because it's a bit different Yep quite new and you'll take a few races in that. We just got to racist so I had Donnington last month and then SPA last weekend. It's Shitty four is I guess the strength of the Mustang Jiang Arts got really good high-speed Arabs to this amid medium and high-speed corners. It's very stable you committee commit. It's really good traction. The slower corners straight-line pace as good as something other cars so we struggled at spa because of that and the brakes is not quite as is Yukon Chuck quite as late as some other cars heavy car but we did really well donate one at Donnington two cars. It was the G._T.. Four silver silver on the G._T.. Four pro-am on the voice over silver they won their category and they're leaving the championship UPI chip and myself and Billie Johnson won the program which was a big surprise <hes> and then last weekend arrays with Andy Prio and his son said was racing in the silver silver car and with Scott Maxwell. I'm we're both six in our relative classes. It is a bit tougher. We weren't quite up there with the cars and the straight line but just so much fun you know it really is is a great car to drive great team and I learned a lot from Andy but it was it was nice to be there that we can because it's the first Andy and said addressed side-by-side ever versus to help your son what Blake for caloms five just couldn't imagine if he'd been expensive so much cheaper now sort of before we finish anyone who follows you on twitter tha we'll still one of the I suppose it's two ways to do social media <hes> as if you're if you're one nine and that's to basically ignored most people and keep tweeting but you'll really attractive and a lot of that is with Hoy bikes which is a relatively new it well as a new brandeis. Yes we set up. I started doing well whenever I guess when I retired question was what next and I had to have things as passionate about to get my teeth into and we get focused on so I decided to pick a number of things to do rather than just one thing like Cycling Day so what sport was one but decided on business one brand of bike and to start ranging started out with a couple of adult bikes and then expanded from their start.
"prio" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"This and the lights are up the cameras about throwing goes one second turns wrangles whom and Scorsese's fuck doing goes is just what he does his he's my I love it. We have to make this bar and they made it the heart of the movie also like being in like just in that realm of energy of like not only having like Leonardo DiCaprio Prio like one of the greatest actors of our time or just in general portray. You ought to be around like somebody like Scorsese McConnell. Hey so beyond that I didn't spend much time with Scorsese and I'll tell you why it's very interesting and I really respected if this he said and of course we spoke and I ended up I did onset but his thing was listen. I have watched every one of your videos. I read your books. I've analyze your every met. I have a vision of you that I am bringing to this movie and a- all you could do is compete with the vision of who you are. He had an hit some vert whatever version he had that he brought the screen which I thought was a pretty cool one right but that was what he had and I probably one-sided and the other side of it is. I don't really if I were him. I wouldn't want the guy who I'm trying to bring to light there all day long analyzing my every move right. He doesn't give fuck what I think these Monte fucking scorsese exactly right to be you'll have your wack act. You got it all just fucking like you know who just pockets as I mean my dad's is pretty old is and he's thankfully it was very sick. This week took a turn for the benefit I said to my dad said you know what you fucking played. Blading Mardi Scorsese movie how many people can say that writing and I'm more happening my dad than for me but so I did more I meant for sure right. I had a cameo in the movie which is really hysterical right but we're really spent Mattis Matthew as well but they really but massive Thomas with Leo Yeah and Leona. I spent a full year off and on a lot of time together and I gotTa tell you it's not an accident that he is who is this guy works fucking hard. It's not like oh I'm just so touted as he is talented but the guy is applied and a very high level takes things very seriously and he also has a great family. If you know something you'll never blew up never went crazy yeah like he's got a the phenomenal mom great. He's together guy. He's due respect from beginning to break opposite a great job in the movie. You know phenomenal job and so tell you about your family. It's here well. I got my mom and dad they sixty eight right now. Dad Turns Sixty nine on Wednesday got two older brothers and forty four and forty three like you dip. I'm probably a split both of them okay so my brother Ryan Brian the oldest he is the adrenaline junkie like probably crazier than I was in the sense of q jump off these hundred foot cliffs and not really know what he's doing. Well the yeah exactly like me like I get in there and I checked the depth. If I've never been there or I go to a place I've never are somebody. Else's not jumping like you gotta check because it could be deadly. He was like nude. We were just hooking ourselves off those cliffs. You know Oh that's not even thinking about it. He also ramped his bike in our front yard sixty nine feet when he was a teenager broke the forks when he landed in like the guy was just he was missing screws and yeah and phenomenal nominal wake border but just like he's one of those guys now. He's like kind of like not in retirement but like he's no his his his adrenaline is like dormant and then all of a sudden. It takes like Mike always pick brother..
"prio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Goes for a record eighth. Preakness win barbecue. And I'm Charlie Pellett at Bloomberg world headquarters stocks fell for the first time in four days in a market rattled by a barrage of trade related headlines. Thomas digman is US equity strategist at UBS asset management. I think one of the challenges that we face is that some of the news that comes out day to day actually has long term implications. But then it changes the next day, whether you're talking about Brexit, or the US China tariff negotiations these things are still fire from over, and I think the level of uncertainty is going to remain heightened in the market for a while. As for the Federal Reserve prio Misra, head of global rates strategy. TD securities. Right now. The case of the US economy needs much. Do I think, if, if we do get a full-blown trade war, he's got essentially de globalization and that affects growth. I think there's a case to be made. Just one have that information. Just yet trading for luck in coffee. That is a challenger to Starbucks in the race to dominate China's growing coffee culture. It rose at its debut after raising five hundred sixty one million dollars in an expanded US initial public offering rhino. Shackle is luck ins chief financial officer is really use technology and the different shade of the proton locations, swallow -cations. Save coastal on rental to bring down the cost, and I think we've been quite successful in that. And what that allows us to do is, give you high quality coffee. A very convenient location, also by giving them the very foldable price. And I think that's been driving some of the mass market consumption and luck and shares rallied nineteen point eight percent stocks lower SNP down sixteen down six tenths of one percent. The Dow down ninety eight down four tenths and NASDAQ fell by one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven. Eight hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Charlie Pellett. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg. Businessweek from Bloomberg radio. Hi, I'm Jason Kelly. Taylor eggs in.
"prio" Discussed on In The Thick
"But Maggie widow did you find out about sort of the auditing process and the auditors themselves, so the DOJ and DHS DHS is you know, how detention facilities are run their under the department of homeland security it's different than how prisons are run under the department of Justice. And as we said prio was not enacted in Deitch s until twenty fourteen. So they're still like, you know, part of this black hole accountability, they're still trying to figure out you know, how they're doing everything. And part of that is we have discovered that their auditors don't seem to be very great the way, you said that deadpan Maggie. Investigative journalist. So they are certified by the department of Justice and a lot of them come from like a correctional background. So these are like former wardens, and you know, what is a pretty intense certification process to become an auditor. I asked you know, someone who helps train auditors can I just become an auditor. And they're like, no pretty much. Absolutely not like you have to have a background in these facilities, which I also find very interesting all your friend, right? Interesting. So it's like, we don't have the grassroots kind of activists person auditing, we have a former warden rotting, and when we think of thin blue line, and, you know, those kinds of things, but so a lot of these auditors. They do have problems and this one specific incidents from twenty fourteen Tina put this in her article, and we weren't able to put this into our story. But this auditor he in two thousand fourteen was auditing a juvenile detention facility. Casa e slow in Boston. And he talked to all these boys detained at the facility and wrote in his report that they feel great very these boys are safe, and he passed this facility, literally months later, the masters department of youth services shut down the facility because of reports of physical abuse. And meanwhile, this facility passed its audit by this guy. Now does this guy stop auditing note? He does not stop auditing. He has recently audited an ice detention facility passed it the Mesa Verde processing center, he audited in two thousand seventeen. So it's like where is the accountability for these people who? Are passing these facilities that are clearly then getting shutdown. That's really what we found is how little accountability there is this man goes from, you know, youth processing centers and now he's just at these ice facilities. And it's like how we looked at the Hutto audit. And we saw like that they just passed this facility, and it's like how. All right guy. So we're moving onto our final segment, which we call seem to have us or loosely translated. No bullshit. So here's the question. You know, a lot of times when we report these issues, and again been doing this for so long and a lot of people are like, oh, it's so sad that that's happening to immigrants of which I am one of them. Right. I wasn't born in this country. But the question is what's the thing that you think of that you want to tell people to say, you think it's just happening to immigrants, but this is touching you to this. This is why it matters to you too. Now, let's start with you. It just shows the overall corruption that we have in our government in our watchdog systems in our society. I mean, I it's kind of like, okay, you don't care about the immigrants fine. There's corruption on every level of our government. And we're just diving into this one aspect, and if it's corrupt here, it's probably corrupt somewhere else. Deana? I'm gonna get in trouble. Have you not? I mean, I'm like bringing bringing. It's not sad. It's violent. It's state-sanctioned violence. You don't give a shit about immigrants? You don't care about their humanity and like for all of people's patriotism and faith in their government. This is your government. This is what your government is doing the people. Like, if you think that this kind of stuff doesn't happen in prisons like if you want to say, you don't care about imigrants. This happens in prison to American citizens everyday to like you should care about this because it is your country. This is happening in your name..
"prio" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"There's nothing doubt them like literally every time people are always questioning like these this clubs decisions, and I've just known to just never it's like the patriots. I'm like, I'm never going to count them out. Like, I'm never going to be like all these people are just haters. And I'm like, dude, you're going to eat. You're you're going to eat your fucking toast your pie. I don't know what the expression is. But you're gonna eat it. And Kate, you're not you're gonna eat your cake and not like it. It's gonna be shit cake. Cake. It's not going to be good. So we'll see we'll see how plays out. He's definitely getting up. There in age fitness is always a question with that guy for good reason. But Martin my next question is also man said he won fuck them. They beat the doors off Burnley five do we have to talk about it. No, no, okay. Executive decision. We don't you. Guys are good you want. Here. You want to hear that from us? You guys are really good. Aside today against Newcastle, which we'll get to. Prio who did you like that this little sneak peak there? So did you guys just hand the league Liverpool? Maybe but we'll see if Liverpool. We'll find out on Friday. Ooh state. God, dammit. I feel bad like a bad soap opera. It's like, I'm your twin brother. Stay tuned next week. So. Chad. Chad. So that's all like really FA Cup stuff to talk about. But it's Martin the FA Cup. Magic is back. We've been shitting over the FA Cup when we have games like this where we have the Millwall's the Wimbledons up setting these teams that are normally in the top ten of the Premier League. Like, I think this is what the magic of the Cup always is. And I feel like we always get lost in it around the fourth round. But once we get down to the semi finals. It's usually going to be, you know, United arsenal Chelsea whoever, you know, man city. So there were there were just like do we care again? So right now, we all really care, but I guarantee you once we are getting like the semi finals. We're all going to be like, look, it's the top six again. No, one cares. I will say though this year. I mean, two of the top six have already been three of the top six have already been knocked out Liverpool by the wolves. Tottenham by Crystal Palace and arsenal by Manchester United. So that these fucking city who Joe's dicked on Burnley, vol king, Chelsea who just beat Sheffield and Manchester United. So I think we're going to see a mix of no matter what. Because other chose your Manchester. United are out in February. I think the games on February twelfth. So the only two top teams by the round by the semifinals are going to be city and either Chelsea or mentioned knotted. So I think I think this is basically paving the way for city to moonwalk across the finish line for this fucking FA Cup victory because as long as they don't draw other chose your Manchester United. They'll just beat the doors off of literally any other fucking team in in the FA Cup still. And I just wanna I just wanna fucking read you. I'm not saying there's a conspiracy. But I'm saying there's a conspiracy on him. Redo who Manchester City's Cup ties have been this year? Okay. And the care about Cup. Oxford United Fulham LeicesteR and Burton in the FA Cup Rotherham Burnley and Newport or Middlesbrough in the Champions League shock, tell me there's not a conspiracy to fucking pave that fucking gold and room while Marin I'm not gonna say it is, but you are asking the right questions. And I like men I like that a lot. So. Is it fixed maybe is their oil money involved? Possibly. But guy up to a probably, yeah. Let's go probably so. Yes. Eighteen for Friday. We're gonna go over all the Premier League games that happened on Tuesday and Wednesday, but we're going to get the fan questions right now. But before we get into that I have two things I want to mention one shout out to top class finish soccer podcast at top-class finish. I ran into one of the host of the show at the Boston bar mcgann's Irish pub, I've got to bring this up into beginning Martin..
"prio" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"And I never quite bought it. Right. Because it always mind you bought it. Yes. I think are fine. They're extrapolating. Maybe that may be the case, but they're also famous mistakes like mistaking a pig tooth for human tooth because they look very similar some of the some of the bones, very similar, but the fact that he was able to tell that prio pretty well that was a large flightless bird does restore some confidence that they really do know what they're talking that. When they do make those extrapolations at least sometimes they can be incredibly, correct? You know to me, sure. I don't know. It's weird. I wasn't as impressed as you three. That's sure, of course, there are. So there's such expertise that they can extrapolate. Seriously. How many people on the planet could have made that call very fear? Right. And maybe Britain experts in in primates, homage awesome. What's the I mean, I mean, but? but but also white. I mean, what year was this think about the tools that they're working with? They don't have databases to compare. No three D printing. CG's scanning. Yeah. I mean, it's incredible. This is all big look. Maybe he did who who here knows who you concord aliases. Wow. That is such a cultural divide never mind. Steph's wife who raised her hand. One here. All right CARA. We came up with this new bit that we're going to test out on this. Okay. So I was looking through my feed reader, we we look for science stores constantly just constantly digging. The news figuring out what's going on. And I wanna share more news stories than we ever have time for. So I decided there'd be a fun game. We're gonna play where I know the actual headline from the news, and I'm going to go. We're gonna go down the line. And these guys are going to guess the headline. So what's the first one there? The blank that here with their Blake. Order. Do we want to swim nervous Jay here? I've tried this promise tvos going real myself in on this show. I know are there sheltering in the audience. Is there a room? I could just go into into scream for a little while. So we'll start with Ajay the bet that could here with their is up the dogs that here with their noses. Hey, I bought the cetaceans that their teeth. I gave broad that way of EMMY petition. No, no pachyderms that here with Trump. Thanks. But no, it's actually the butterflies that here what their wings butterflies here with. It's pretty cool. Believe me. But I almost said the bats would hear what their wings. So I'm gonna give myself a point. I when you said the bats that here with her is that what you said I was like, oh, he got here. And then I realized I left that word. Okay. Let's try another one that's an article in the Atlantic by Ed young. It's really interesting don't have time to explain what's the next one. The robot economy will run on what the robot economy will run on arc reactors. Thing to make that up science fictional thing. The robot economy will run on Bitcoin's client interesting. The robot economy will run on credit credit batteries. Steve, you're really close. Or you're the robot economy will run on block Chang. The technology underlying. Crypto factly. All right. What's we got another one evening? Blink lake. I left this one in their makes naked rollback, naked mole rats better. Blink eating the unborn. Pericardium? It makes naked mole rats better. Devils. Actual science story actually actual these are all actual news items from just the past couple of days. How about this eating the blink? Blink relieving those makes naked mole rats better. Parents. It's the blink lengths making this a little more difficult. I think maybe see them..
"prio" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Called the cafe Saturday said may may lard we'd be male ya. I think it's mainly Milia y'all. Mean if they're doing frog raw hamburger, I would have to say, it might be may may loud. The Taban we M A I L L A R D same owners same chef as Piccolo Sogno and not Nina. So, you know, pretty high upscale Italian joints as well. So he puts out what he calls the chef. Whose name is Tony prio lobe? Puts out a burger called the city slicker burger with black truffle pesto gras mayonnaise seared gras and Krispy pursuit though diploma on the burger and my contention is that's too much stuff on a burger. That's too much stuff that shouldn't be on a burger on. That's a lot of force fed de sliver way too much east any any anything related to goose should not be on a burger period much less their liver. But it one it won the competition. One both the fancy judges were judging it and also the the people's choice awards. So somebody likes it. Once again, Dean Richards, party of one, you know, my only my my opinion of this not my kind of burger I like, here's what I like on my burger I like a good quality meat like your ground beef. I like a good homegrown tomato slice on it. I like some lettuce. I love some dill pickle slices on it. Ketchup mustard call it a day. That's it. No, bur. No bacon. I don't. I'm not a bacon burger person either. I know people love bacon on their burgers. Not me. We're allowed to have different opinions. Right. It's not like the senate's investigating. I'll say what we're putting on our burgers now. Not yet. It's not like when I was a teenager. I put something on my burger someone's now investigating what I put on my burger from back. That's not happening. It's just my opinion on this. That's all just about what I like. So I don't like any of this fancy schmancy stuff that there seems to be popular with the burgers. You know, who makes a good burger have have you ever been twenty two OSHA Val? No and Randolph street. No, they make the most delicious. It's it's the most delicious quality burger too nice. It's probably about a quarter pound, Patty. And it's basically just like a regular burger lovely seasoned. Not overly flourished, a delicious. Yeah. No. What else? I like. Five guys. Oh, five guys fraud. Guys, mix it good guys. They make a good burger. They give you all kinds of French fries. Well, you can't have guys does make a good book. If you want a lot of toppings, you can get a lot of toppings there. If you don't you don't have to. And the fries are to die for their their amazing. And there's a lot of them too. Yeah. You get like a ten pound bag of French fries. Ridiculous. Gotta get wagon. When I go there. I bring a wagon with me. You take out the whole bag of potatoes in there. Now, you said that you like some burger places. Well, as I mentioned, I I wasn't kidding about Billy goat. I do like the no those burgers that they serve up in there. And I'm I'm a basic burger type of person to two places downtown in the loop that had been here for ever both of them serving upgrade burgers. Miller's pob and exchequer just up within a block of each other is X checkers. Like, it's like a fast food place. Right exchequer. No. It's a sit down restaurant is it. Yeah. Is it on wabc Wabash inbetween Jackson and Adam? It's right near Miller's puppies. Yes. It's within a block of. I know what you're talking. I know. Yeah. But you know, what I was thinking about when you said that was checkers all checker. I don't even think they're in Chicago anymore. I've well there used to wasn't there one on State Street. Maybe maybe not. Yeah. Yeah. But Miller's and exchequer. Miller's does make a excellent burger. They really do. You're right about that. I always never gone wrong there. And if you wanna talk about, you know, of something near and everybody's got their favorite place when they grew up and back home in Highland, Indiana. Minor Don hamburgers on Indianapolis boulevard. They've been in business for eighty years, and they're still tastes the same. As they did. When I was a kid. Here's somebody who's texting in that may lard. Is the searing affect when meat proteins are heated at a high temperature. It's the seared crossed on a steak or burger it's what makes red meat so tasty. The seared the Syria Assyria affect the way, you sere the meat rather than like Rieter. I guess so. But I mean, if I'm putting a burger on a grill over an open flame. That's pretty searing. Yeah. I would think you know. And so, yeah, if you're I like a burger that's a little bit charred. I also enjoy that. But I'm talking about toppings on it. You know, so often, I don't know if this is still the case. But all these these burger places, we're putting Friday everybody was putting a Friday was a big deal wasn't it. I imagine people are still doing that. And people, you know, I tried it once I didn't like it people said, oh, you didn't have it properly. Properly. What was I supposed to do? Somebody's saying that they choose Portillo's. Oprah pillows. Burger sure Portillo's makes an excellent burger charcoal delight it's another fast food place. Yeah. There's one on foster. Great, right. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So, you know, there's some choices you can continue to send those in if you'd like three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we are going to take a break, and we're gonna get set for Eddie Mazars White Sox pre-game that's coming up WGN when hurricane Florence struck to east coast homes were demolished families displaced..
"prio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Roads were flooded lots of trees were knocked down. And, at? One point over eleven thousand residents were without power Tony prio header broom. Out sweeping them any leaves and branches that came down in front of her Bancroft. Avenue home last, night I just heard like, thumping sounds and then I came out. And I, saw what. Was going on as I said that car has a limb right through the windshield our house was spared except she was without electricity per neighbors motorcycle across the street completely crushed, by huge branch she says crews had to, cut it since it blocked the whole street and down the street Jorge Medina has even bigger problems my wife calls me, we're all you home it's going to be beautiful weekend she's I got a, we, got a tree in the bedroom the tree. Completely, uprooted he's, just thankful it didn't happen when they were sleeping. Samantha leap and ten ten wins. A new door Staten Island police are looking for the driver who ran down, a woman in Brooklyn last. Night It happened. Just before midnight if the corner of east sixteenth street and avenue p in the Midwood section The fifty seven year old woman was rushed to the hospital in serious. Condition and police are searching for a blue sedan with front end damage that sped off westbound, on, avenue p anyone with information is urged to, call the crime stoppers hotline at one, eight hundred. Five seven seven TI PS. Wins news time one forty four sports in one minute on ten Dan wins A, tasty cake it's all about making happy happen, no matter what the situation helping your, friend move Yeah third, time this year, what. Do. You say we put a. Smile on that face with a. Tasty cake peanut butter candy Kate sure why not So what, do you think, I? Have..
"prio" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"I've had people who've gone through them describe him as almost like factories or you know very impersonal in a way like you're there for chemotherapy almost like if you were cancer patient or something something similar to that and in my own practice i do administer ketamine for depression i don't do it in that way i do in an outpatient psychotherapy office this is definitely much more kintu kind of like the setting of the suicide ama studies where it's kind of like more like a living room type environments not clinical in the way that going to an outpatient chemotherapy clinic or anesthesiologists you know prio room would be so you know it's interesting though because so i should say that there is ketamine the way it's administered according to like sort of the protocol for depression which is an infusion usually through it intravenous drip the last forty minutes i do it a little bit differently in keeping with the protocol us at nyu in the emergency department so i mentioned before that you know kennedy's been used anesthesia for many years but it's also been used in the emergency department and when they give it in the emergency department it's not along drip it's really just kind of short term bolles give it over one to two minutes you deliver the amount that you're gonna give wants to minutes and then the drug has its effect for about twenty or thirty minutes and then people come back to normal.
"prio" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Oh my goodness this is the only thing we could focus on right now and we just met with him as a potential fund of a clue and it was kinda heartening to see somebody take it upon themselves to understand the reality of it and to do something about it because they had the means to do so that people that would be the most disenfranchised by climate change have the least time or have it low on their priority list because of the way they're disenfranchised so when prio institute started working under resorts communities very deliberately we got a lot of pushback from some city and county folks who was seeing that these people have so much to worry about don't expect them to care about climate so we actually started off in each community with listening sessions asking people what they know about climate change what they wanna know what they're consumed about and from that narrative we found that they wanted to be educated they wanted to understand what's happening on why allergy seasons ending and why it's it was so warm at night and there was a a pride in them understanding the basic science of what was happening and then ability to grasp it and what we fund from them is with that little bit of knowledge i'm talking maybe a half an hour on the station they were inspired to the point where they go will why oh so few of us here this room why aren't more people here so i think they care the can't passionately when i asked them what do you wanna talk about the town hall that will help you for them.
"prio" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I loved the developer sessions i think they're so rich in content and i don't know i just i love it i hate when they get all normal for people i'm like you can just well it's bottles at io for for anyone paying for the conference i mean what is the value position for someone to drop in and be you know and sit through an a product announcement like it really doesn't make a whole lot of sense they go there because they want to walk away with a with a leg up over everyone else that wasn't there and that's that's why you go they wouldn't drop in jason they would hang out oh exactly and belongs to the amazon ecosystem oh dang i'm getting my ecosystems confused i apologize yeah i don't know is there anything that you guys are hoping that that you see it i o outside of this done now yeah i'm like i want the screen i would like i mean i would like the update on android things i would like actually to see a little bit more on we've but that's just my it self speaking but yeah yeah we're hearing hush thought i muted you we're hearing a couple of other things because google this is like the prio time period where google's like we gotta get this out before i oh so that we have something to refer to and be like last week we told you about we're getting those now starting with google who's investing in early stage startups that are focused on integrating assistant into business providing not only money but support early access to features tools gla google cloud platform access google marketing and developers can sign up via form if you're interested their their targeting this at startups that are at a stage where this money actually makes a difference so they're not looking to to do this sort of partnership with the really big big companies out there i noticed that i don't know if this is in the rundown but someone again in the chat room posted the google.
"prio" Discussed on WSB-AM
"An argument easter sunday ends up in a fatal shooting in loganville there was an argument between the suspect and the victim in the house the suspect is a family member and that police corporate williamson tells wsb forty four year old christopher greer was killed a search is underway for his stepson shaun edwards tuggle may be driving a silver dodge avenger savannah woman claims she's exercising her first amendment rights but police arrests theresa richardson after she posted a video of an elementary school with machine gun fire in the background she also uses obscenities when referring to teachers and students at godly stationed elementary richardson faces charges of terroristic threat georgia state researchers make progress in the fight against ebola virus virus is highly contagious and deadly emory was at the center of the worst outbreak in history in two thousand fourteen tweeting several americans infected with ebola now researchers just down the road at georgia state university say they have identified a chemical compound that stops the virus from growing excited that we have some leads from this study that we can potentially move forward with and do follow up studies lead researcher dr prio luthra says currently there are no approved drugs to treat ebola virus sabrina cuba wsb an unmanned chinese space station plunges through the atmosphere back to earth astrophysicists brad tucker estimate just ten percents revived re entry we're still talking about hundreds of kilograms worth of debris landing in the ocean and landing on the earth over a thousand square kilometer pat most of it though splashed into the south pacific wsb news time eight eleven and losers from this session with the georgia general assembly the long being a lot more productive as it was where a lot of people using a lot of people thought would be talked to bill crane about that here in the next five or six minutes what the president was meaning when he was saying that young illegal immigrants were swapping the us border let's get to weather and traffic first wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live at the beginning of one of those spring days do we wish we could have many interro oh yes indeed scott we've got at least a couple for today at ten on the meter mostly sunny to partly sunny high about eighty low tonight fifty seven tomorrow mixes sunny clouds eighty percent chance for shower thunderstorm at night high seventy eight wednesday a fifty percent chance.
"prio" Discussed on Accelerate!
"A merger could be losing exactly clear companies their system and less tape may we don't need to invest it's not a priority now to invest as much time in that opportunities might have done before the interim detroit bad news early yeah i've lost some of those over my my career but nothing you can do about them exactly that we all have boss but but at least you condemned lands where it right hey i i now forecast that this is not going to close but we're not going to get the radio uh and so uh you know that helps the overall team to understand what are we need to do next i just think anything the the gives an insight into any internal offerings of a prospector upton you're working on his just as valuable right because of journalists prio paik bright merely we may build understand you know who the decisionmakers are who the influence is our but we're not privy to their conversations for the most part except maybe secondhand but but here you getting information that's that's not being filtered and you are the camera sales persson standpoint you wanna look at that you said the think about that soccer what does what does that mean and is triggers question you can ask your contacts asked the people you're doing with what does this mean what's the of the impact on the valuation you're doing and so and so forth but a sells for less at all that is great great information to get agreed agreed weather turn out to be actionable or not it's still something and that's that's what you want bishri israel in now we have a situation to where if we think about sales and marketing as a unit rather than as silos.
"prio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Hundred affordable he'll be i like one seven home it prio sick but unfortunately after those six years younger the next six years were like half of what he did the persecutor so um and you know history earlier base orbu with worries of guys that too you know unfortunately have your career hey shortened by injury and that's why i never i know it's a popular words jude's here and this station i don't know forwards christopher might that took it to a new level i think with more mike but i i'm not sure that the phrase compiler has been used to describe players when a gift today under their career and how they should be looked at whether they're hall of fame worthy and the light and it's used in a negative connotation and while i understand the point that they're trying to make part of being a hall of fame apart of being an alltime great the weber said that you are most important ability isabelle ability was dead on accurate i don't hold the begins guys because they continue to compile year after year after year after year because you compare them to guys like david wright who was a shooting star but then because injury became an average player so i'm going to give guys credit not try and compartmentalize them because well adjust added up all their numbers 'cause they stuck around that long hard despicable that long as they yelled pay you always funny you mentioned act as one guy i've been looking at lately it's mac chirs or that guy he's whole career thirty plus for heart you don't see that in today's biggest an age and you look at him he's on the same theme in strasbourg would they're always struggling to get this far tatum you look at sure or like eight or nine straight years this i mean he's just came off the disabled list for picking this once or twice might not here thirty the issue but that's worth some arch you know you could be a good pitcher put if you're not available what could write notes sydney guard nor would it what is he mean to the new york mets here two thousand seventeen next did nothing and now where permit france the love of momentum.
"prio" Discussed on WJDX
"As not the that is not washington oregon or california and they said lewis was intoxicated so congratulations eddie or the new york giants on that and so you're on the board will have an nfl full nfl book him update a coming up at some point here because the the live a month ago before training camp in remember we've been doing this for several years there's that late push that last chance to get arrested that lashed shot to get arrested in the nfl book the the the couple of days before training camp so they'll prio a rush of duis and domestic we hope no domestic but there'll be a little little things that pop up there they wanna party before the pads that's right all right i too very good let's get to it here we go we got a medal to give out twenty now i thought the money you you have what it takes to get to this house probably not it is matters mountain of money the thayn mallar show a dish you the bend mouth or show addition and i am told this was written by the gag on account david de gas so guess gone actually emailed you these questions no whoever that account is really owe us you have an email address to this this is the fourth it's funny because all yahoo i thought like okay cool i'm going to get an email address for this account they may they made an email address just the sadness over real has the email address his trolling mallar row but that caro from massachusetts the that now the they did have to make a little some adjustments to the board of a gag rallying cause the gag on account as terrible as felling and the dispute with all right they're very give let's get through this so we're gonna play malary's amount the money in the let's see here going to have randomly will pick a couple of lives here who picky dini meaning mighty more who thought let's go we'll start out you are line four hello line four is this i or steven.