31 Burst results for "Rainer"
OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon
"The day we record this oil grain decided. They wanted to kick off the week with a bit of of a blast. Bit some fireworks to pretty awesome acquisitions or at least on loan acquisitions for the club which may not affect the challenge cup but will definitely affect the incoming year for oil rain I'll get over to you to give us some of the download on that okay. So this was big news. When leon got the ownership of of the rain we wondered what the implications of this would be is assistant vestments are. They're going to be recruiting opportunities. More money into the club. What is really look like right. As as of the day were recording. We saw some big news. That two of leone's players sarah body and a jennifer marijan are going to be playing for oil rain over the summer as soon as the season wraps up. This doesn't necessarily impact the challenge cup. But these are two of the best players in the world. Budi especially. I mean i would argue the best goalkeeper in the world This is huge for the rain. In the off season we saw some rain. Players go over to france and train with with leones team which was a huge benefit to them. But now we're seeing this as as this mutual partnership is talent sharing situation so not only. Are we seeing financial investment. Were seeing now. Some of the best players in the world coming to the nwa sell like we talked about this before. Steve about A lot of the american players. Like sam you is abigail. Kemper rose lavelle going overseas and leaving the nwf. But now we're seeing kind of the inverse happening. Yeah i think this is huge news. I mean the rainer ascendant as is but to get. This news is
"rainer" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Mainly many tournaments. But i am not good at And i've tried. I've tried like make stimulate alexa. William fifteen hundred w sopeand. Obviously good at those. Those could be fun but when you when you any when you like playing much okay. Anyway slow don't i don't i never fade like my head was fish enough to we enjoy Doing something competetive. Like i had some good experiences with but for the most up. I think like if i would play games instead of the. Wpro dated aussie millions. I would be able to enjoy the woods of more than it had been business. So it's a fun. It's like something different in you win. Like weeks you out of the out of the not. Bridges added not good edge. Well you've invested very minimal time. So that's that's only to be expected. And i could see to like there's always an opportunity cost right like. Are you going to a fifteen hundred makes tournament or you're gonna play like the ten k. Six max it's like obviously you're probably gonna take the tin case expects and then if you're going to play a mixed game tournaments on a day where you have no other options and that's today where you could just not play poker and go play basketball instead right so i can see that. It's it's really hard to fit in those specific tournaments. Your schedule your. I thought on not only a. It's also like you're losing losing and those. Are you being realistic. You're like you have to be losing playing these games. So it's not only that you use one of the few days of that you could potentially have also kind of spending in the now Spent two hundred fifty dollars to sit in the real where you sit some anyways. Let's like for the when you put like balance suprised by how much how many mixed installments eventually played. It's okay to spend money for fun rainer. That's that's the point. We spend money to have fun so if you're having fun playing the mix games. It shouldn't be that surprising. What do you think is the most high impact action players can take to improve their poker game. I mean for me. It's always been finding people on a similar similar lebanon with similar interests. And whatever you've been doing now you do. It has kind of That on thousand depend on the w on everything else depends on levian like if you fairly new to the game like playing lot of you to content. I think like some of the cost. Spit out there Actually really good crazy actually got to learning quickey. Also you know. Suddenly your unite. You like learning like you're you're studying and most people who get into ohka. Don't wanna study. Which i think is a very fair so you have to. You have to find a way to will give you have to find a way whether improvements makes is like fun. Right -ture It's about how i feel With those causes like out of the soda these kind of things for a lot of people death gonna be not that easy to enjoy. I can say with a little bit of shame. People would probably be surprised at how little studying i did from like you know what they think of studying in just like bookwork and working out mathematical equations. Like my form of study that. I've always loved just sitting with a friend in talking about stuff like you said having a debate and be like Let's look at this. This might be better than this. Let's test this against this at basically bouncing ideas off of each other. that's exciting. That's one. I could do that for five or hours probably every day if you sit me with a a workbook in front of my computer just looking at solves in taking notes or whatever that is like kind of my own brand of torture. I can't i don't love that at all. No i said the For the most part but you know just these things like better when barely anyone experts in united states sure yeah that's softwares ruined it all for just ruined everything. I still having a community. There's just so much value in having somebody that's immersed in the same thing you are it. Just you're absolutely right. That like finding your tribe finding people that can support you. That can help you that you can support that. You can challenge each other. You can push each other to getting better. There's really no substitute for it. That exists as it relates to just being the best poker player that you can be in my opinion so imagine. There's a carbon copy of rainer who's just getting into poker now so it's you six years ago. You get to have lunch with that kid. What was the would you share with young rainer. I mean usually. I would like everyone who who started out in bulk who i'm sitting down with unusually ending. Maybe there's a let's that might kill you. I don't know how the multi verse works. But if you told the future me comes up what i'm doing really consider. Consider that fomented least. Yeah you might accidentally kill yourself. I would probably just like ten myself. I think i thought too much of of pure alley in pogo i. I think i've made a couple of decisions that That win great overall just make like dead amount of debris in the air kinda thing And i don't think that that really helped me. I think they were just like an easy way to few productive. Get by by a to go to them. In order and and data five can the ten k and then fighback. I make this motive e. Evs good i do it But like looking looking back. I didn't. I don't think those were the will always the white decision. I think could affect thought in a bigger picture there. What do you mean by that. A bigger picture. How would you go about it today. I mean just just bay. You thinks that That.
"rainer" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Super high roller bowl who has racked up over twenty one million dollars in live poker tournament. Cashes rainer kemp. If that sounds like a lot of money in success that's because it is here just a few highlights of thirty one year old raynor's poker career thus far a two million dollars score for a third place finish in two thousand eighteen super high roller bowl in macau a nine hundred k. Victory in the two thousand nineteen fifty k. Event at the pokerstars caribbean adventure. A ridiculous forty one caches of one hundred k. Plus that's right. Forty one simply put rainer is one of the best in the world at his craft and in just a few moments. You're going to learn all about raynor's origin story. As a member of the german crew that includes passi. Pg guest fate or holt whose poker triumphs are already the stuff of legend in today's episode with rainer. Kimba you're going to learn how rayner hooked up with fatal halts in vienna how he felt in his first ten k. In event hint it was not confident. A greatness bomb on how you ought to measure your success and much much more so without any further. Ado i bring to you the witty and clever superstar poker ranger kimba rainer sir. How you doing my friend. I'm excited to be lets you. Yes very nice to meet you too. I've i've been excited to have you on the show. Typically starting out this show the first place we start is in your journey in discovering cards and navigating your way through so we'll start there. What did you discover cards counts. I mean we played like scott in school in in college and then i At the beginning of university at at the end of highschool biden introduced to pokemon played like occasionally like just with fence. But like one. You games fife incident goes or whatever i was And then doing university. A live on a gun was too little. Could you tell me about your path through life before you on track to become like through school. What was what were your goals. Then i assume at some point poker kind of hijacked everything. Yes that is what happens But there wasn't like my mike golic. Twins already pushed aside a little bit so it was easier for poke to hijack it. Because i wasn't on a good pass to become professional of dale. Just wasn't good enough. So that's when a lot of effort went. And then i was at university studying business administration. Which didn't really catch too much either. So oca- headed edited easy. Going to take yet had a clear path and nothing nothing. Nothing is tough to be pushed aside. What was it about poker that kind of grabbed you. I assume in a way that like soccer kind of did right poker kind of replace soccer for that like competitive at let and strategic thinking Y y poker. I mean i genuinely like enjoyed it and from gaming aspects of the first thousand hours i put in a. I don't think money was lake of object luggage. It changed eventually. Maybe the line is the thousand hours with more than five hundred. But i. I think i genuinely enjoy age. Enjoyed the game of linda to become better and learn it and of things. So i i just i just. I was just like playing more than more than working for the most fun. And then eventually i played myself to was l. k. Wait a moment of this might should be a great opportunity to Make make leaving a lease purchase University in let's see what else happens. What what led to that thought that. Oh wait a minute. I'm doing this thing. I'm spending a lot of time doing it. And maybe i could just keep doing this. I mean this is probably very financially motivated. Just like suddenly you will as you all. You've been doing this. you bet. Six dollars survey eleven dollars setting goals and reek of the week. You more money in the Unlike you know how much money you need to live and then you know that's kind of what you made a consistency recently. So that that's where this came. I can i didn't. I wasn't searching for a job on income and they polka legis. Kind of you know came in on the lake and leave it to you. Germans inefficiency just. It's a math problem. Oh this math makes sense to me. Let's do this. No light light bulb moment like Yeah i'm gonna. I'm gonna do this thing It's also just the just the community that there was a polka school with like mainly like a german german base so it was just like hanging out hanging caulking. Content was hanging out with fence Our our state denison would just like But when the slide internet yeah. I don't know that it's random you know. I think like we just have this way of connecting with our people are finding people with similar interests. And i think that like at least in the case of You guys there are a lot of you guys. That were very obviously aspiring to play poker a very high level and so connecting with those types of people specifically. I think that that is probably. What's kind of rare and random so once you made the decision to pay your way through school by playing poker. What steps did you take. I feel like when i when. I decided to to put my way through university with already i was i kind of already achieved kind of thing and then like once i once i accepted that for myself once. I decided to Oak until the university thing on the site university just say winter thus goes as just like every ally after Head to put into studying writing my that. He's or whatever was soul much work composed. When you just like didn't it didn't end up. I didn't make it was not a chief. I believe that there's an opportunity cost right like poker opportunity cost to investing all the cognitive energy and finishing school where you could be investing it playing cards learning growing moving up stakes making more money again. Very kind of predictable thing especially like once you're having success. Oh young kids starts making some money. Moving up stakes like school is much less appealing right now. I did all like halfway adele of boca. But i also made cutbacks in in life book. Like when when the other guys for example never a this story that fight veto for example of telling it how we all like this this house in canada to scoop and i basically was always opposed to compromise ends of staying for three weeks in a house at least for ten days then went to university of absolutely nothing there that that went on for a. Why were you. you're still you're trying to make it work. I think it was just. I had like a. I just felt.
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast
"That's the biggest advantage. I see of travel is that it is such an educational opportunity for children and it reinforces what they learn in the school systems hundred percent very well said and if i may add to this something that i think most parents are not really aware of our additional benefits that come out from traveling with your children so for example we all know or suspect that they are learning about the world as they travel through it which certainly was the case when we did it with our children. You know those cultural differences relieve impression and now so many things but there is also not only they exploring the world outside of themselves but unbeknownst to them. They're really learning about themselves. They're learning life skills. They're developing not just new perspectives but discovering personal interests. That that's this interesting. Byproduct of getting your kids out of their comfort zone and from what's familiar now. That's what travel affords Everybody not just children but particularly children who are going through. Whether it's adolescence are changes that are going on in their lives. All of this mixed together with this discovery about themselves through what they're seeing externally is i wasn't aware of When we embarked our trip and really realized. When i got back it's no surprise at my older son is now twenty three years old. Got his first job. Out of college at spacex he developed this love and appreciation for not just photography. that's a life skill. He learned while he was driving but an appreciation for our nautical engineering and space rocketry. That came out of visiting places like the kennedy space center and so forth so it could lead to be really anything but this gives children opportunity to discover themselves without the kind of influence of their peers and and you know kind of the day to day struggles that they have is young people. I hope the audience out there really takes this to heart. Maybe in some way practices on their own because to be aware of it will really enhance the experience. I think without being no intentional about it. 'cause it should just it just kind of happens and that's where the magic is and that's why go to career in trying to promote All the things that families can do together not just a theme park beach the case. It's some we talked about. But you know there's so many great ships one mention For example dude ranches very popular with the multi gen skipped gen circles if it's a chance to get outdoors and You can not just ride horses by go fly fishing and you'll quality time the cookout or you know by the by the can fire. You know making a sure or young burning marshmallows. Toasted marshmallows students attended arnhem but You know these are. There's so many things that i know. Parents grandparents alike will take the time to research. Discover not to put a plug for family travel association that i that i founded seven years ago but family travel dot org. I urge here audience. Check it out and maybe get some ideas and look at things that you never thought were even possible. Scuba diving with with children is is a possibility. I've gone on dive trips all around the world with my kids and other families ten years ago. I didn't think that was even remotely possible. I didn't realize that a ten year old could certify. Get their certification. I thought it would have been at least in the teens. If not a little older but anyway there's so much out there but as we kind of started with its finding that that kind of common ground that so important one planning something like this you know. What are some of the things that everyone in the family likes to do. And one last thing a common mistake that's also made when it comes to planning travel With families and certainly with multi jan groups is that they don't consider the activities before the destination in other words. People said okay. Where do you wanna go. And let's say for the sake of argument. Someone says i want to go to hawaii and allies. Great were really. What hawaii is is destination with beaches resorts things like diving as i mentioned some cultural experiences but if you pick the destination i you limit yourself to that destination offers instead. Start with all. I wanna go. Sailing are oh. I wanna beach vacation decide on the activity then. Your geography is much larger than you can choose from a greater variety not to mention expenses. Let's say everyone decides to go to hawaii but some people live in florida You know those are all factors so pick the activities. I the destination second. I hope you enjoy today's episode of the adventures with remy.
"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"He either fell or was swept away or you got disorientated and lost and then you know succumb to frostbite expo hypothermia because in that case about michael pinski he no he was snowshoeing and had all winter gear on and he got stuck in a blizzard and he was hanging onto a thread. You less than a day later when they found yeah and he had you know he he was prepared for that kinda condition and i think that's actually a great comparison like we have a story of a guy who is in a similar situation that survive that can tell us about what happened what it was like versus just guessing at it and he was another local. You know he had. He had done this a lot before you know looking at the pictures of him he he was fit and healthy and he just he barely made it and you know he had a lot of serious health conditions that almost took his life even after he was rescued and that was less than twenty four hours stuck in that weather. So we're talking sam you know. The search wasn't even started for two days. If the same kind of thing happened to him. I we were talking in that other episode. Michael pinski would have never made it another day. Yeah no i agree. Yeah so yeah. Unfortunately i think The biggest theory is exposure. And i you know i have. I'm hoping for the family's sake that when you know things start thawing out and melting in the spring that you know someone will find his remains so that they they can get some Some closure on this one but as we know a lot of these cases never kind of get resolved. That's that's all i had show. Yeah no i think. I think you're right. I think i think it wasn't unfortunate exposure incident and i hope that they do find him in the spring so that his family can get closure. I think that's the hardest part for all of these cases where they'd never find remains or the body. It's i mean. I can't imagine losing a loved one in not knowing what happened and not having the remains to put put to rest in have that closure so i would say from us. We hope they find him. They can get the closure they need so thanks again for tuning into our show. We appreciate all of you for listening and sharing locations with your friends and family so be sure to like us. Follow us on facebook instagram and twitter. We also put these episodes on youtube. So you can subscribe there and listen to the show if you don't have spotify or any podcast app and if you would like to support the show as we always say please visit our facebook store and buy some cool swag. I actually have been loving my winter hat. It's really cool. People commented time. Because unfortunately i guess people don't know what locations known is by and large so i think people think it's like a cool clothing brand company so i've got a lot of good comments. Our did you get the hat. i'm like. It's actually my podcast. So get the hats. People love them and otherwise you can donate to our patriot and with that comes exclusive episodes that we've talked about. We'll be recording another one today. We typically release a patriot only episode right after we released a broader episode. So thank you all very much and remember. When enjoying the beauty of nature whether backpacking camping or taking a walk in the woods. Please remember to leave no trace. Thanks and see next time.
"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"Crossing rivers yet depending on the speed. And we've talked about this several times in the podcast but how far you have to walk like if it's a narrow river yeah moving water people who don't hike. Don't underestimate the power of water and even if it's not like a raging rapid but like there's tragic stories of people who get swept off their feet but they have their big backpack on and they will get caught in a stranger point and they'll drought because there tangled up so that's like the big the even if it's a slow stream anytime across water backpack off and there's a rope if i can get one. Yeah and in addition to the issues with rivers there are year round snowfields on mount rainier and these are made up of compacted ice and snow. And there's rock outcrops and this happens around. Seven eight thousand feet area and crossing these during bad weather can be deadly so we'll cover some some cases that this has happened on but You can get really turned around lost and at that the exposure risk. It's it wouldn't look good for you. So if you ever hike in mount rainier crossover snowfields in good weather. Yeah that's Scared we'll actually. What i'm going to talk about now are just this will just hammer home. How how dangerous and busy it can be. I was shocked by this. Joe and i was doing the research that it was a pretty bad year for mount rainier yet they they said they tallied a record number searches so far this year and if the thing about it this is the year of the pandemic so it shouldn't have been as busy but they had to do over sixty searches and this is park told. A local news station Some of the stories are vincent vincent. Dj twenty-five and indonesian student living in seattle was reported missing on june nineteenth after failed to return home from a hiking trip to the park. A search failed to turn up any sign of dj officials said. Let's another guy that we might end up doing. An episode on on the twenty ninth of the body of matthew bunker. Twenty eight was discovered in the park after he was reported missing by his climber partner on the nineteenth official said the climbing partner told them he became separated from bunker as they descended. The snow covered ten thousand. Four hundred foot thumb rock and the north flank of mount rainier so they were together and just got separated and he unfortunately lost his life on august. Fourth rescuers found the body of twenty-seven-year-old tala Bag who had been reported missing on june. Twenty second so bogs body was found off a trail in the parks paradise area near the south slope of mount rainier. So that's against someone who succumb to the elements out there and on a normal hike. The summer yeah twenty. Twenty twenty seven year old man. Alex fitzgerald who was hiking down. Mount rainier from camp mirror became disoriented in died in white out conditions on the mountain while his companion managed to survive with the help of other hikers. So that's a big one And we'll talk about an upcoming Patriots episode about personal experiences when it gets snowing a big mountain. It can be a little scary what you can't see anything. Yeah and i've been through that one time in. I have a unique story to tell. So if you wanna hear it. Sign up for patriot on november third. Twenty twenty the bodies of two men found both ages twenty nine and thirty four with what appear to be self inflicted gunshot wound so that seems obvious that it wasn't necessarily a park accident. No and then. The last one on november seventh michael in the pinski became lost freezing. Whiteout conditions in mount rainier national park went missing. It went missing the evening of seven seven and was found late sunday. Eleven eight and we. We actually did talk about that in recent episode. Yeah patriot episodes and episode. So if you want to hear that one an amazing story of it is really cool story survival and he actually died for forty five minutes and was revived so Head over to our paychecks page for little dollar a month to listen. Taxes and fees may apply. So we'll get we'll get into this now. So are the person we're talking about today. Sam be doo ball. Went missing on october. Ninth and twenty twenty. So is only a few months ago. He was thirty three at the time of disappearance and he was five nine about one hundred and fifty five pounds so fit average size male black hair short and blackbeard. The clothing he was last seen in was he was a quick for overnight. Stay he had a tent sleeping bag. Snow gear rain gear cell phone charger in possibly wearing a blue jacket. So you said this in the beginning and base on is geared. this guy is regular. He knows what he's doing. I would i would like an him probably to us. Probably better than us simply because he gets out more. If i got more i'd be i'd be better at as well. No definitely based on everything. I read was a very experienced hiker. Based on a lot of hiking needed and the gear that he went out. And i mean he went out in the exact kind of gear. I would if. I was doing an october hike on mount rainier. Yeah are you too much. But that's what i go for. Yeah i mean expect snow and rain and sleeping bag. The only the only question mark i would have is. I don't know that i would hike. Mount rainier in october. Maybe maybe he was doing it because it was a challenge. So that's and he lived in out that he lived in seattle so it's pretty close to him. So just take. That is what it is so first occupation. He was a stanford graduate who attended medical school. Harvard and then received his phd and medical anthropology from uc. Berkeley twenty eighteenth so he was not a dumb individual at all very smart nelson a doctor and during his time in the joint medical anthropology program to ball. Went on to do fieldwork and uganda. Concerning the lord's resistance army a militant ugandan group infamous for war crimes. This work would later lead him to writing a book in two thousand eighteen. That critiques the concept of humanity against humanity lessons from the lord's resistance army. That's the title of the book. He had started to teach at the university of washington's anthropology department in june of twenty twenty and was an assistant professor so his experience in the wilderness. We said he was a very experienced hiker in difficult conditions. He was also an avid hiker. Who made trips around the us as well as the himalayas so he knows mountain hiking amongst hiking in general which i think is again a very important bit for someone who's in the mount in that in that type of weather and the fact that he lived in seattle. I yeah you know. He's experienced with this location to. Yeah he knows what's up so just some friends and family statements about him. This is from his other professor worked with the university. He said he was a kind of scholar and public intellectual. We really need in the right now. We felt extremely lucky that he had decided to come work with us part of the facility so well liked individual very experienced. Very smart has been places. He went to uganda to write about war crimes from some ugandan militant groups like this guy's traveled and has probably been in some pretty serious conditions and made it out so was only thirty three. Yeah so he's young vibrant and it's a shame. Yeah it's a very big shame. So with that i think. Let's jump into the timeline and start figuring out what what happened so Joe with this case. It's a little different from other cases where we have a lot of information leading up to the disappearance. We don't have a ton of information about what he did right before he disappeared. But we have. We have a ton of great information on the search and rescue operation. Hafer happened after he went missing which was reported by the national park service. Which i'm a little little shocked. Because we've done a lot of these cases. In what i. I don't really see too many cases where they detail out the searches. Well as they did here so that may just be like we've mentioned in a lot of previous cases. Each national park is kind of like its own little country and they do things differently. They report things differently. So maybe mount rainier just does a really great job of providing transparency in these cases But either way it. It's really interesting to see the details of what they.
"rainer" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"To explore locations unknown.
Seattle protests continue on
"Spray paint and explosives thrown at officers began with a protest just before nine o'clock. The group eventually started moving in north direction. Seattle police tweeting They gave a dispersal order after some of the Vandals in their group damage several businesses. A group also threw explosives at police officers. Multiple people arrested Most of the activity again was there on Capitol Hill and update to that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings on Friday comes call Miller talk with neighbors who say police. And the community now have to start coming together not far at all from Emerson Elementary School
Two killed after separate shootings, hit-and-run crash in Rainier Valley, Seattle
"To that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings this weekend calls call Miller talking with neighbors who say police and the community now must come together to make change, not far at all. From Emerson Elementary School gunfire erupted Friday night, police say at least 70 shots were fired. In all five people were hit. We thought it was fireworks, and, uh, because it's not uncommon to hear fireworks here, The police officers started coming up from a few different directions and won Came and asked us if we knew where the gunshots came from. Hours later and less than a mile away. Another shooting near the Atlantic City boat ramp where one man was killed. Police say someone speeding away from that shooting, ended up hitting and killing a pedestrian on Rainier Avenue and then kept on driving. Really. There were so many significant incidents. That officers were coming from across the city. Aaron Goodman is the chair of the South Precinct Advisory Council, a group working to build relationships between officers and the neighborhoods that they served. It's not just up to the police to solve this. Community needs to come forward and say this is these are our Children. This is our problem. We need your help. help. But But we we need need to to solve solve this this check check on on
Hurricane Laura: The latest on storm's impact on Houston
"Dangerous with the landfall sometime after midnight. The Orange League Charles area Storm surge could push upwards of 30 miles inland, and Laura may still be a cat. One storm is it moves north toward Tyler. Sally Rainer's with Energy. Texas, which provides power in the Beaumont Orange area that are in the worst areas could expect several weeks and that's what they should plan for, will certainly be working as quickly as we can, and it's safely as we can to get the lights back on for customers much before that, but it's better to be prepared for the worst high winds also remains the biggest threat here in the Houston area. CenterPoint says crews are standing by to restore power as quickly as possible beginning tomorrow morning. We will address down power lines and restore service to keep facilities such as hospitals, Water treatment plants Public service facility such as fire and police stations. Then the company will focus its repairs on major lines that will restore power to the greatest number of customers in the shortest amount of time. And while the forecast has improved somewhat for the
Florida, Michael And Mclaughlin discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The verdict is in for the man who shot someone over a parking spot in Florida a jury finding him guilty of manslaughter the twenty eighteen Michael dredged shot and killed more keys McLaughlin outside a convenience store the incident erupted after Jessica confronted McLachlan's girlfriend over a handicap parking spot surveillance video showing the Glock and coming out of the store to defender and shoving drudge could to the ground that's when dredge go pulled out his weapon and fired Michelle Rainer the family attorney for thankful that the jury saw what we saw saw what everybody saw in that video that a parking lot visually at sea with an axe to grind murdered markings on the block in cold blood reg could use Florida's stand your ground law as a defense his lawyer said he believed he was in danger after o'clock and knocked him down ultimately the jury disagreed drugs to faces up to thirty years in prison now when he's sentenced in early
Michael Drake, Smith And Michelle Rainer discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Michael Drake a Florida man faces up to thirty years in prison he was convicted of manslaughter late Friday and last July's fatal shooting of an unarmed man marquee Smith walked in it followed a dispute over a parking spot in clear water Draco decided the state's stand your ground laws his defense attorney Michelle Rainer says a parking lot vigilante with an axe to grind murdered marquees look locked in and cold
In The Gate #416 - Mining for a Gem
"Away. Great news. There's a quick way. You can save money. Switch to Geico. Geico could help you get great coverage at a great price. And it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Go to Geico dot com today and see how much you could save. Kelly. Rube is not the first person we've ever interviewed on this show who earned a master's degree but decided to train horses. Instead, she is however, the only one who gave up an academic career to hunt foxes now, she has a formidable Preakness contender always mining. We'll talk with Kelly rudely. Plus, it's time for a refresher on how stewards interpret the whole d Q rule. I'm guessing, you know, why? And we're going to do something. We've never done before on this show. We're going to go through some Twitter chatter. That's spewed out after the you know what? And what it means for the sport going forward? Stay in your lane or you'll be disqualified from listening to this show. The about to be IRAs. Off. This is in the gate ESPN's. Thoroughbred racing podcast. My name is Barry Abrams. You can follow me on Twitter at be Abrams boys or on Facebook at Barry Abrams, boys. You can also get us on our YouTube channel by searching in the gate podcast. You can get us on soundcloud as well yet us at the. I tuned store or tune in dot com. You can get us on that little pink pod catcher app on your phone. You didn't even know you had. And now you can subscribe to win the gate in the listen tab of the ESPN app for the full in the gate experience of scribe now in the listen tab of the ESPN app. Welcome back your dreams where your ticket out. Those were the opening lines of the legendary nineteen seventies TV show. Welcome back kotter where the main character played by Gabe Kaplan returns to his New York City high school to become a teacher. Our next guest has done the reverse Kelley rube. We grew up loving horses and upstate New York grew up to become a middle school science teacher and then left. That stable career to return to the stables on TV, Mr. Qatar dealt with a group of teenage guys who seemed comically incapable of maturing into adults Kelly rudely now a thoroughbred trainer has an equine version of a teenager as three year olds in the spring, basically are, but this guy has done some growing up in the last few months, always mining. We'll have to make a three wide bid and he's willing to do. It always finding up to try for gold as Zinni off the scene now in position less than three alongs to go and always mining now in front from try for goal turning for home in Federica Teissier sakes, all ways mining set down and opens up a four length lead on try for goal always mining with a six now a seven Lang lead always mining robbing home past the Laura line and headed to the Preakness always mining comes into the Preakness on a six race winning streak albeit in races. Quite as rigorous as those on the Kentucky, Derby trail, none the less. The three year old gelding is answered the rhetorical question about dreams that you hear on welcome back kotter who'd have thought they lead you back here where we need you and buy back here. We mean to Maryland where Kelly ruble is based at fair hill with a chance to claim one of the American spring classics, and we welcome trainer Kelly ruby here too in the gate. This horse has made twelve starts already maximum security. Maybe you've heard of him has made five including that whole Kentucky Derby thing. The last nine of always mining starts have come in laurel in the last six of those have been wins, all enlisted or overnight stakes. What's been your philosophy on how to bring them along? He he was purchased by my current owners after his maiden win. So he's only been with me since he ran on the grass in Maryland last summer. So, you know, we've kind of just strategically followed the past the Maryland route tickets where we're at today. What mood the light bulb turn on forum last October when this winning streak started? I wish I could answer that. He's always been a very nice horse. I mean anyone is made nicely. I think the goal was always to stretch out. And they were very limited races for two year olds when we ran them on the grass. So after that we also have to just sit tight and wait till they had a route race for us. And obviously he relished the mile you grew up in central New York, which is not exactly horse country. I know I went to Syracuse. What made you even want to get involved with horses up in that perpetual league gray bleak part of the world. I don't know. I guess it was ever since I could walk or talk I'll ever wanted to do with the around horses. So it was just naturally in me. But yes, it was a little limited. I started writing at a quarter horse barn actually started competing on the quarter horse survey doing jumpers and hunters and from there, but an event horse and started shipping down to the Maryland, Pennsylvania area. And that's kind of how I ended up in the air. Area fair hill. But listen to your parents, you earn two master's degrees. Two masters degrees. It became a middle school science teacher. Now, first of all, they're possibly be a more draining job in the world. And being a middle school teacher. I actually really enjoyed that age the students are you know, there's just starting to develop themselves much like a young horse. So I thought they were a lot of fun. But yes, it's exhausting, and it wasn't necessarily something. I could see myself doing in the future. Which is why I went back and got my second masters for administration inside that for three years. And then decided you know, what horses are meant to be. We what happens you were wearing a suit as an administrator and everything and did you just have an piffle. Or was it a gradual thing it was gradual? You know, even when I was teaching. I went into the administration because the fact that I'd already voted so much of my time, and my education towards the education were also what could I do move up the ladder in that respect? So I tried the administrative row and decided that it was just for me it allowed more flexible hours than my current job. But it just wasn't something. I had a passion for jelly rudely. Rainer of Preakness contender always mining. Joining us here on the gate now before you get to fair hill, which you mentioned you leave teaching school for FOX hunting in Pennsylvania. Is that a thing that was just a job to kind of regroup and see what I was going to do with my life. But yes, I was managing harm, and we accented I we didn't really have an opportunity in where I grew up. I never FOX hunted in my life. So it was a unique experience in something that I greatly enjoy. But it also got me my start with Barclay tag here at their hill. How I started galloping for him here. He had a string at fair hill and my gal for him and then eventually moved up to become his assistant. How do you go from FOX hunting and Pennsylvania to fair hill and being an exercise rider? Well, I mean that job was just pretty much to move me to this area to figure out what I was going to do. And that's. When I met Parkway and became an exercise rider for them with the goal that I would eventually become an assistant and kind of learn the horse racing world from the ground up. What did your parents say about what you chosen to do? With those two masters degrees. They were not thrilled. They still think I'm a little nuts. And the fact that you know, I work seven days a week. And I haven't had a day off and many years, but we've had a little bit of success. They're starting to kind of be what my my goal was a long, and they're you know, they're coming around. But still it wasn't ideal in there is at the time. Well in light of that. How nervous will you when you finally decided to go out on your own? I wouldn't say I was nervous. You know? It was a goal, and I like I'm somewhat of a driven person. And so I had a goal. And I knew when I became an assistant as the idea was to learn as much as I could to have an eventual string of my own, and you know, it came around gradually and worked I way into it. And so it was just a natural flow. Really? I'm guessing you're hoping that the success of always mining will lead to more business how big a stable do you have? And how big would you like it to be? I have about forty horses in training right now. We've had more in the past. I'm a very hands on person. I checked every horse's legs every morning. So I don't know how we'd like to go. We'd like to continue to improve the stable and have a nice allowance level stable. So you know, it just depends on I don't know that there's a magic number to stop at. It's just when I feel like I can't stand up everything that I'm going to have to take a minute and relook at it. It is always morning still in control leads almost two legs. From is six furlongs twelve three sixty s lift to go with like the distances. No problem at all. For always finding always minding kept attest opening up a half dozen on Joey his second and tai-bo third. Always mining wants to run all day, always minding to win it by six or so we've talked on this show recently about the stickiness of the future of the Preakness. But considering that always mining. Is one six in a row with loyal race course and made nine of his twelve career starts there. I'm guessing you personally wouldn't be too opposed to running the Preakness there this year. This year. That'd be perfect. That's going to happen. I mean, how concerned are you that he can bring his race track with him? Even though it's still in the state of Maryland. Actually, I think the Tenneco course going to set him up nicely. It's got a nice long stretch. And he just has a very large scale thing stride. So I I I don't see this the track change to be a problem. We're going to have to do it. Eventually, then I'm guessing you don't mind seeing that just about all of the top derby contenders are going elsewhere now that plays well for us, absolutely more. We certainly wish you the best of luck here. Kelly ruby. Thank you so much for sharing a few minutes with us. Thank you. Thank you haven't. We're going to take our first break here on in agape when we come back. It's time to revisit that whole d Q rule and how it's interpreted on guessing, you know, why we need a refresher. So go
Dodgers Fan On Life Support After Attack In Stadium Parking Lot
"A man is unlike support suffering from injuries after being attacked at the LA dodgers game forty-five-year-old Raphael Rainer was beat up after an argument in the stadium parking lot. His wife was distraught. I shouldn't have to go through this. I shouldn't have to be dealing with this whoever did this. Out there. My husband's fighting for him. So far, no arrests have been made
Mexico: Helicopter crash claims Puebla governor, ex-governor
"Rafael on the Rainer a Senator and former governor of the same state when their helicopter crashed earlier on today. I spoke a short time ago to our correspondent in Mexico City. Anna Gabriella house is she was a Golden State of Puebla. He was her husband, which was actually the ex governor of that state the same state. Puebla and they were just took off the airplanes took off at three pm local time in Mexico time. And then after they lost control with the aircraft. And they had a very big crash. They assume there was the airplane crashing against the earth. At that moment. Very little is known. So there's the investigations are going on. They haven't even a recovered the corpses. From the place of the accidents yet. Tell us more about the role in Mexican politics. Then they came from the opposition came from the opposition. The this is a political party that was conservative. It was right. This party on actually this election was really controversial. The polls took place on the first of July was just decided that she was a winner ten days ago when she took power. So it is actually a really difficult situation in Mexico. Everybody's seen a shock. This west not expected just few hours before Christmas, heat and everybody was expecting to be a peaceful night. Now, this is all headlines in the country. I mean, she was an opponent of the president's party know. You know, people have been weighing in with their tributes to both these individuals. People are now saying their condolences to the family, actually, a president of the county had said he wasn't going to this estate because as I say was very controversial. This was the only state that his party didn't one in the last elections. There was a landslide for for his party and his party's marina. But so far just been condolences, and they have from so far that investigation is going to be very clear, unburied tests pardons, and they were there they are going to be giving all the information as soon as they know it to the public is what they've been promising so far because as I said before the whole country in a shock these governor. Yes, yesterday power ten days ago, and what should have passion was Martha Alonzo in terms of the way, she dealt with politics. How does she interact with the public? How did she engage with people as she was really known in the state because before when her husband was ago? She was in charge of this of the public has of this state. So that people really know her she was a politician. That was really well known was not a politician at the beginning. She was a graphic designer, but she became a politician during the term of her husband was eating two thousand eleven till two thousand seventeen and that was the baby. She's Gabriela Ross for more than three hundred half years. Yemen. Suffered a grueling wall, which has owned the largest humanitarian crisis on the planet. More than thirty two million are in need of
"rainer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Border policies. Rainer trashing. You're every American. They're telling us that the single most brave. Two. If the bunch. Impoverish refugees thousand miles away. That was President Obama campaigning in Gary, Indiana and President Trump in Chattanooga, Tennessee, we have NPR national political correspondent Mara Lyson is our headliner this morning. She's with us now. Hey, mara. Hey, rachel. How's the race? Look one day left. The race. Looks remarkably stable even though we've had a lot of wild. And crazy turns the house still looks like it's trending democratic the Senate looks very favorable for Republicans to maybe increase their majority a little bit. It's almost like a parliamentary election, this is a referendum on the president and his party most midterms are, but we've never had a president whose embrace that as much as Donald Trump. He says I'm not on the ballot. But I am on the ballot. You wanted to express this election in a mathematical formula? I think this election will answer the question does America, equal Trump or not this. Election will be either validation or repudiation of Trump's leadership style and his values and one thing we have seen in the last week or so is that the enthusiasm gap which favored Democrats has narrowed and Republicans are also now really energized. So Democrats not feeling confident as they once were and this. Well, Democrats are nervous, and they have reasons to be nervous because even paranoids have enemies. There are a lot of reasons the generic ballot is shrinking in other words, the Democrats have a six to seven point advantage. But just to break even in house seats, they need a very big national vote advantage because of redistricting that the district lines are drawn to favor. Republicans also democratic voters are clustered inefficiently in urban areas. They're nervous because they depend on big turnout. Among young people and Hispanics who have not delivered in the past there. Never because the economy is really good, and that should be helping Republicans. And the stakes are very very high for them because they're shut out of so many branches of government. And I guess we should just say that success for Democrats is defined as taking back the house and making substantial gains in states elections for governors and state legislatures and of course, minimizing their losses in the Senate. I mean, you mentioned the strong economy at this moment Mara, which should be really buoying Republicans. But it's not something that the president. I mean, it's not his main message when he's gone to this campaign rallies. It's all about immigration. It really isn't. He even said in West Virginia on Friday. See he said, they all say speak about the economy speak about the economy. He says, but sometimes it's not as exciting talk about the economy, right because we have a lot of other things to talk about and what he meant was immigration and race and crime, and he really believes that fear and anger turn out voters, especially his base voters. Gratitude for the good economy is not going to motivate them. These are the arguments he's been making since. 2016 they work for him. Then and the big question is whether they'll work when he's not on the ballot, right? I mean, he if he has figured out anything it's emotional component of campaigns. Right. Any and the media and all the critics got all upset because he broke so many conventions and norms in two thousand sixteen. So we'll just have to see if this if this works again for he's never run them in intimate term. That's right. He's only run in one election, and in the past presidents have had a hard time translating the popularity they have with their base to other voters. We're gonna find out if Trump can do what he did during Republican primaries he would endorse someone and they would win. It was almost magical. Let's see if he can do that in a general election, NPR's, Mara license. Thank you. Now. Muslims are a small percentage of the US population. But they are playing a big role in some key races in this election NPR's lay the fato reports that one of the places they're making an impact is Minnesota. Do you earlier absence or in person on a recent afternoon at an office building in Saint Paul Minnesota people are making calls to get out the vote? There's one table of fun bankers calling native Americans and other reaching out to a Tinos and for the first time. If you climb up she's calling Muslim and asking them to vote. This is is a multi-racial coalition of faith communities, and until last year was mostly churches, but this year twenty four mosques are involved the focus voter turnout in communities of color, a said Zimmerman Muslim cleric from the area is texting thousands of people from an ipad. Now more than ever. It is critical that we vote our values and ensure politicians respect the dignity of every person he points out. There are fifty thousand registered Muslim voters in Minnesota. The man is the executive director of the Muslim American society of Minnesota. He says this year with Muslims and immigrants used as boogeyman and political rhetoric. Voting is vital to the community is under assault. And fortunately, most of us are beginning to understand that in our Wiki up on November six the state may be one of two sending the first Muslim women to congress here. It's a Somali American named Ilhan online..
Woman killed in Los Angeles grocery store standoff was shot by police
"Continues it is the twenty fifth day of July new this morning Los Angeles police say the woman who died, during a standoff. In shootout at a trader Joe's over. The weekend died from police gunfire police say twenty eight year old gene Atkins had already killed his. Grandmother before leading cops on that high speed chase and shootout chief Michael Moore said Tuesday officers had a tough decision to make Atkins shot his grandmother in a seventeen year old young woman Atkins kidnapped the young woman in fled his grandmother's Toyota Camry during the pursuit back. Fire his firearm to the back window of the vehicle pursuing officers the officers did not return fire. During the vehicle pursuit after pursuing the suspect for approximately fifteen minutes Atkins vehicle crashed into a light pole in. Front of the. Freighter Joe market at the twenty nine hundred, avenue Sadly during this incident Twenty-seven-year-old Colorado Trader Joe's was struck by gunfire and as a result, of her injury from our investigation we returned that when Jeanette vehicle crashed into the white pool located, outside, the entrance of training job Individuals inside the market ran. Towards the front door one of those individuals whose miss, karate at the same time Atkins exited his vehicle and ran horses stores entrance as he did so From the scene supporter the Atkins fired from sonata semi automatic pistol at the. Officers So, they had to make a split-second decision and as he did I'm here to say that that. Is worse worse decision any, officer ever wishes to have to make but. At the same time our duty to protect the public is. More and that means that those tough calls. You have to make Moore, said that Twenty-seven-year-old Mel Colorado walked back inside the store after being shot and then collapsed behind the managers counter where. She died an attorney for the family of a Florida man who was fatally shot over, a handicapped parking dispute says the gunman shouldn't be allowed to walk free because the case doesn't, fall under the state's stand your ground. Law attorney Michelle Rayner said Tuesday that marquess. Mcglockton posted, no imminent threat to Michael Drake before Drake. A shot him last week, while they are preparing the case to go. To the state's attorney we're asking that they would continue investigation We believe and we're confident and. We're very hopeful that the opposite Bernie McCabe we'll do the right thing in this in, this case and will file charges against mister drinker we're asking the officer Bernie McCabe to file. Charges against Mr. drinking because if not They're sanctioning a murder however it is our position as I said that. This, case is not as change, around case because one of the things that I know just even practicing as a criminal defense attorney you meet deadly force with deadly force Rainer says mcglockton shoved, Drake it to the ground to protect his girlfriend and, children meanwhile the sheriff Bob, Galtieri says he believes. It does fall under Florida's law which gives immunity to people who use lethal force to defend. Themselves if they fear for their. Lives from his perspective sitting there on. The ground and within a few seconds literally going out? And he he made a decision so it. Really doesn't matter what I would have done or what anybody else would have done and you, know what I've, done something different is a difference between meal are you boy to train with a law enforcement officer we do this guy's not just a citizen. He thought he had to shouldn't have gone up and slammed into the ground either He should've said we'll knock it off He he didn't, have a right, to. Know marquees engaged awful conduct himself Mark he should not have gone up. And slam this, guy to the ground Wouldn't be dead if more keystone scientists ground The state attorney's, office will ultimately. Decide if charges are filed Tourists have been ordered. To leave the heart of Yosemite national park by noon today this as firefighters continue. To battle a, huge blaze just to the west that's threatened the parks forest Yosemite valley will be closed until at least Sunday along. With a, winding mountainous twenty mile stretch of California state route forty one at, least a thousand campground in hotel bookings will be cancelled officials, say Yosemite is not under imminent danger from the Ferguson fire but that closure will allow crews to perform protective measures like burning away brush along roadways without traffic lawyers for an Oregon high school student who was disciplined for wearing a tee, shirt promoting President Trump's effort to build,.
Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"To uphold the country's law that criminalizes homosexual acts the government is asking that the court not widely argument to deal with gay marriage adoption inheritance the laws of stands now has a ten year prison sentence for same sex relations allegations that a chinese hacking team linked to beijing has penetrated computer systems belonging to cambodia's election commission opposition leaders and media leading up to the election this is the twenty ninth of this month global news twenty four hours a day they're only twenty four hours right i was going to say twenty five twenty four hours a day on aaron tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter if there were twentyfive we'd be there this is bloomberg juliette sometimes feels like that doesn't ed thanks so much for joining us singapore studio now by brandon michael prize executive director clyde investments taurus wealth advisors mike great to see you thanks for coming in you know we're looking at the trade war and the implications to markets we've certainly seen in china the shanghai composite extend into that bear market territory the saying last week they wouldn't use the one as a trade weapon things have changed in the last forty eight hours what do you think might happen from china in terms of retaliation i think it's going to be complicated but i think if you step back the real question is this it's often said that the only winner in a trade war inflation and we already have the largest stimulus in history outside of wars the last stimulus tax catholic biz was basically of the vietnam war the korean war so i think it's because to the question about chinese currency in financial markets it's very important to understand that i think the fed powell the mr powell at the fed has a real dilemma because he is determined to raise interest rates before potentially we have a slowdown in the economy but now with these trade tensions potentially would very much complicated his his endeavors so that is the question mark is also the question for china the currency could we see more dollar strength because of higher rates and how this potentially lead to capital market is location do you really believe that leaders on both sides who are conducting these trade negotiations are are not cognizant of the stakes and how high they are in disrupting the the global growth story i mean is this still part of the negotiation process do you think or have we crossed beyond that is if we have crossed the rubicon look i think that's the question that has many people's mind but i think mr trump is delivering on his campaign promises and that is to help the american worker and to some extent restructure nachos global trade but the global world order shortterm that would lead to potentially yes i mean higher inflation but also more importantly higher higher wages in the united states which is what he would like to rebalance the the sort of the benefit from companies to individual voters and people who voted for him at the american worker that of course has negative implement longerterm implications for financial assets and they're already at a multiyear an alternate ultimate highs recently but does it also you know what president trump is trying to do in terms of hurting capital intensive in business sentiment in the us i look i think that's to to the question previously that's the really big debate but mr trump might think short term pain for longterm gain because i think he'd made it very clear when he said that look the united states doesn't really have too much of choice because it's already rather bad with regards to house he sees attracts the trade situation so i think there's no easy solution to this unless it costs them in a big way politically because we've got the us off term elections coming up in the us this fall and there are a lot of republican states red states that have been and are being adversely impacted by a lot of the discussions whether they're manufacturers or whether they're in the agricultural industries will continue with rainer michael price here on daybreak asia he's with taurus wealth management update you on markets and global news that's coming up this is bloomberg listen as a hiring manager i've got to.
President, Secretary and Wisconsin discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show
"As they arrive at joint base andrews president trump says he appreciates kim jong un for releasing three american detainees one held in a north korean prison nearly a thousand days president trump will be at the airport steps to greet the men when they arrived before dawn thursday he's optimistic he and kim can make a peace deal andy field abc news washington defense secretary james mattis defending president trump's decision to pull the us out of the iran nuclear deal at wednesday's senate appropriations committee hearing saying that he could not affirm that iran was keeping its end of the bargain we have walked away from the jcp away because we found it was inadequate for the long term effort and this was something was probably noted by the senate several years ago when the senate did not endorse it as a treaty madison also criticizing iran for being a malign force in the middle east giving her on social credit for keeping syrian president assad in power us attorney general jeff sessions announcing this weekend anyone crossing the border illegally will be detained and referred for prosecution but us district judge rainer college says there's one major problem the courts in arizona are already working at capacity and can't handle more prosecutions we don't have the staff you don't have the personnel who don't have the room to be able to do anything more than we're doing right now with regard to be tackled cases collins says he hasn't seen any help from the feds yet israeli's military says running forces based in neighboring syria fired about twenty projectiles at israeli positions in the golan heights officials say there was minimal damage in response the israeli military says it struck dozens of iranian military targets in syria overnight israel says the targets included weapons storage facilities logistics centers intelligence sites and logistic sites used by elite iranian forces you're listening to abc news seven seven cd wtmj probably antics wealth management studio this is newsradio wtmj i folks this is wisconsin tourism secretary stephanie klett.
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"Lose them i went to the wrong place congressman biggs welcome to the conservative circuits james dean good to be with you it is my understanding sir they you spent the afternoon not only with the vice president but more importantly with a good friend of mine carlos ruiz businessman from tucson down how how did that go it was great so carlos was with me with my kayla rainer and and alfred oh from the america's first policy group and we we just did a tax form where we kind of answered questions about what the tax the impact of the tax cuts of the that just wouldn't in in have been doing and and carlos was there vanished greg guy great businessman the signed building is business between phoenix and tucson now is a wonderful choice to have him up on the panel as well i'll tell you what congressman biggs tell us about the panel why was the oh and by the way congratulations i heard you gotta shout out from the vice president as well i did is a is crumbs and that this only benefits you know the the the richest people in america and it's simply not true so that's one of the reasons that you got somebody like carlos to come in and say look this is what's this is the direct impact on my main street small business you know twenty twenty five employees and i'm able to hire a couple more i'm able to buy machine that cost a quarter of a million dollars that i couldn't do it because i needed immediate expensing i'm able to expand my business because the economy's growing because of the tax reform package that that was passed that's why that's what that was all about i think when people you're right number one the mainstream media does not a talk about not touted all the accomplishments of the of the trump administration they're caught up on the scandal they're caught up on this deal.
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"Sparsely off right a water resistance within lowpower mode which i i learned that it doesn't work in lowpowered minds of upon to execute a little hack for podcasters how he out lowpower about you're welcome by gas world and out water resistance so those are kind of the main things and then a up greeted a you know w plus chipper is some as some kind of wireless technology um how excited about this well i mean first of all as a side commentary i find it funny that now like you use though i go to 95 mac for like the scoop carr's kurman had a but now like if you of ice growth like i scored the my twitter feed today was pretty comical it was like gherman posted in bloomberg and then the rumor sites just picked it up and reposted insists this is funny that gherman like really he's really one of the only people that has like solid sources but it's far is like it amyloid i don't it sounds like a a modest secondgeneration update i i got it my question for you as you are in aip an air pods user like have you warn your pods in the rainer gaza while it doesn't rain here in california of the if you're not a good test case then right like people i i would i would assume we give i owned air pods i would wear them in the rain so i'm assuming they can take already some resistance award urban on this maybe maybe it's just if you're a run earn your constantly sweating maybe that can cause it to two malfunction boy i feel like if if it if you give water was making these are pods malfunction so easily we would hear it by now from the first generation so i i almost don't count that as a feature and then the second thing with the siri.
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"A poetry first i'm sorry rainer projects last sorts you've been working without a contract for this first the school year right now as we speak so um and so this in you're looking for looking woods with your three spans is last when you had yet was it yep all right so that in this case that the mayor has said something to the effect of we want to transform edible transform a transformational contract um it's some people when he got me i and i don't know who viggo an and i get i guess that uh some people don't know doughnuts there there was a was the first time you heard anything about a transformational contract the other day yeah yes but when he came out prominent 45minute out their arm um our our protest i think um i i made a comment on facebook that said he you know he basically had this policy people go in google you know what can i say and that's what they came up us um because i've never i'm sorry but i i just can't i've never heard of that before i don't even know what it means i look i looked it up myself i google that myself this transformative leadership there you have summation and you know like everything else in this world when when when you when you transform your home you expect it to be a cost attached to it do you not sure you you okay so when when we transform school there has to be a consideration uh of pay it's kind of desire to have this come up against him jones reporting that is a little bit the get a little bit more on him seeing the the the the one include more flexibility in instruction time according to a spokesman this is the mayor wants a contract reading from demigods story wjrcom the mayor wants a contract that provides more flexibility in.
"rainer" Discussed on About to Review
"Oh you're like i wanted to do the bars i'm like i i'm animal ask him for money or anything like i really wanna like i know is going to be held with a win a suffering the best kind of actors i wanted to the part and i don't need money later okay what do you think the only thing i ask i was like okay we're going to be in the woods all day i w i want to chair ray springer looking chair rainer and i get this is too much while ability think asked i didn't get it but he was for uranium earth who wrote 'while in all fairness was the chair the gortex socks that didn't work wanted osan in everywhere they senators will be 100 percent waterproof and they were wet and lake five minutes eighty dollars a jet down the drain that we couldn't even return after so yes there was just a lot of things avenue first it the winter storm so who is about five or six feet us now so we couldn't even get out of the get ya on the first week let us five feet now up three feet whatever look lots we at the finance allies made it out as it was impossible to get up so we canceled it and then when we came back uh the the winter your was so strange it all melted away that it it the the worrying why the and it rained uh the reason why the short look the way it did like with all the tree trunks sticking out of the euro's all the melted snow on the rain so it was amazing because the first time we saw it it was all dry will regionally when i went down there uh it was lately was the lake rooms and over right so he added that the stumps were still hanging out but there was a it was a shooter isaac crossed shutian again by the time we came back again just before route shooting it completely melt and in league turned into a lake income frozen anymore so all the water ed come up shore but you could have walked so far over before now all the water but it ended up actually working o two advantage because i wouldn't have.
"rainer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Because a lot of guys don't do that so i'm not saying that brady din it wanted to have for those reasons but the trade off four that was that he became more powerful within organization he traded money for power right and during that time this is about a year span he restructures his deal but slot just before that incomes this guerrero do alex torero alley rainer roe v twelve right and that kind of starts everything in motion this was this was brady saying i will give you money back blood here's my guide railway going him in it yeah exactly ida in in neither wicker shams reporting or my knowledge of the situation makes it a one for one but it happened around the same time so you can definitely connect the dots what wicker sham did report today is that that has caused problems because bella check is very much go see the team doctors trust our people and the players especially new players that come in right feel like they are obligated to use the t b twelve method and use guerrero and a go that and i don't necessarily blame him because it worlds a personality right i mean if you have the choice if you add one guy who's grumpy all the time uh telling you one thing and then this magnanimous um guy who has basically become the best at the most important position all professional sports plus teammates relationship closer the co so i don't blame players but it caused the problem that there was two different medical staffs basically and um and then also there was rift between brady mbela check when it came to one jimmy garoppolo that bella checks goal was to bring up draft jimmy bring him up sign him to an extension and set the.
"rainer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Rainer a pager aplomb downsides the six the insides of six or whatever it is you open up me go that's about right than what i expected cherries the exact same on the outside is an inside pineapple you godse that's a rough it's kind of like when you see the the big brute from her high school football team tearing up when you guys are when he wants his bambi or something after mom get shot cab this the are now but i'll tell you that the passion fruit oh i thought the passion for it was more prickly on the outside it's sexually now i'm going to flip the scrip is actually one of the fruits of sexually war suddenly is on a looks like corn charter on the inside i looked awful is one and look i don't think our plum i thought i'd like a weird prickly version of the passion fruit as well and we're looking to pick so it's naimur was a was prickly that's for sure so uh i don't like what passion fruit did i say to the ice philosophically is what you're getting at not so much the flavor right right it's bad but if i had a choice just ignored i could keep on walking mountain dew angers me because in a in a world it's it's a it's kind of it's kind of this kind of thing where it's like ugo look caloric lee i just don't want to drink a root beer with every sandwich i have our cream soda but in a world especially now where you can go online and or to any liquorstore these days pretty much and there's a bevy of these new yorkbased dr so and so's you know black cherry when the cream soda and all the distant and crowd all the uh like the uh w we went to uh i went to lunch with my son a few months back at a at a restaurant just in the neighborhood he asked for a.
"rainer" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It maker read mix on who wasn't i made his remarks rainer what swayed the remix go ahead flip cryer anti reese it made a song uttered what more do you want from the you great warmongering i'm not doing anything illegal voting smell what the rockets coherence i you bear the internet is not your free go to a relative go to old friend nets live untouchable in front new not go to the ininin looking for sympathy because you will not get it they would tear us support knowing his friends arcand mbeki said old that one of them in particular did but i can end the minute here's the other thing man he's talking about thirteen thousand dollars a month for i believe they say childsupport basel believe is something to do with his legal battles to probably so i'm not sure if his desk that i mean it's a lot it's outrageous but it's not outside the realm of possibility yeah but the reality is that is a shipload of money sean magno yeah well that's how they decided the comedian day folding supported kids in the hall uh when he got divorced he was on that show newsradio so they they based his payment on the news checks we say oh got cancer right after that and he went to like a like hey i'm not making money like that anymore new like two bags to go to pay vat another show yes few quickly well if you got that much money now was come out and say i don't know if this is something that he still has are he's still doing but if you all.
"rainer" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"And they just thinking of basic level they just like they didn't complete the assignment rainer marie thank you tell the class go right as the x voyle and they just like they didn't like this bill if fifty one united states senators announced tomorrow you know what bob kevin you nailed it on a vote for this bell you would just all fall apart and improve great they didn't write the bit bray like if this bill were put on the floor in the senate someone would raise a point of order and say like this violates the rules in the parliamentarian with a yeah you're right and they wouldn't be able to pass like they've just punted like you said like everyone has talked about how hard this is and how you have to make tough choices to like make it work with the senate rules in that is still really hard and they have not done the work for and i think it seems telling how they they had to torture themselves just to meet the one point five trillion dollar number for the first ten years and clearly they just had no appetite for figuring out how to actually make this sustainable over law and there's there's a particular balloon thing with the estate tax rate which like to fit the one point five trillion dollars ceiling they don't fully repeal it until the back five years but but that means that it's like it looks worse as you as you go further rate since they were trying to meet both the one point five trillion dollar limit for the first time years and this the have sort of balloons in different directions for different policies beef enacted this new or they haven't enact they propose this new three hundred dollars per person tax credit for like other people in your house children so i if.
"rainer" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
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"rainer" Discussed on KELO
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