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The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:36 min | Last month

The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

"Turns out Mindy Herman was scared should have talked shows more than we knew because of that because of the tragedy of the Magic Johnson show. Magic was just bad on TV. It took him years to learn how to talk on TV. He wasn't ready then as a result, it all fell back on many of the blowback hit her hard. So she was petrified of talk shows, but she would never say that to our face. And I knew that things were bad because right before the talk show aired the advertising budget was cut in half. One minute on being in every magazine and newspaper in America, I'm on buses in Los Angeles by face, mildly faced with AJ after hours. I'm everywhere. The last two weeks before the show, I'm nowhere to be found. And the show was gonna run at midnight, then I went to one 30, then 2 o'clock in the morning. Who the fuck's up? The shelves from milkmen and vampires. Who's gonna watch your show with that hour, right? As my father would say, whores and milk men are up at that hour. So I was, I was doomed. It was doomed, right? And that cancellation when I finally got the word, I'm at the hotel. I've told you this story before and gave me for a minute. At the time, my assistant was my girlfriend and she was with me the whole way. And as we're getting ready for the 5th taping, Chris Rock was on that night, some good guess. She gets a phone call. Oh, it's John. John riber. Hold on. John says don't come downtown. It wouldn't mean don't come down. I'm going to tape the show. No, John says there's no shelter tonight. I go, happy to not be a shell tonight. Chris Rock's here. We're doing a show. No. So I got on the phone, John tells me, and he was crushed. It wasn't his call, but he said, we're not going to pull the show. Mindy wants to pull

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"riber" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"riber" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Swimming sequence right like this is there. There's a lake that they're next to and basically elevates like well. You have to swim underneath the lake. Which is what kate. Nope out of before rights like. I'm not doing this jack. Understand translated is just like thanks for for you know shooting that guy before. You don't need to come. you don't want you. I totally understand this is a cockamamie proposition. But i'm going to be swimming forward. And so richard. And jack are going to swim forward to this beautiful piece of set decoration. We continue on the temple theme here as we get to explore the tunnels some nice richard sass here to riber checks. Like how are we gonna get the bomb alan. Richard's like obviously we're not gonna take the bomb underwater doctor. We have other ways. Don't worry sade has an incredible line. Here it's so great. That i wanted to have it on here as sound. If you want to give it a rip you might just see if it doesn't at least you put us out of our misery. I see this as an absolute win. Yeah i love that. I think that it's such a great line from saieed and like very in line with character. Just kind of very pragmatic. It's like all right. Either this works. Or instantly incinerate in our well game over and then this is also again from this character. Who again not to say he's suicidal but he's very much like i'm a bad person. I've done a lot of bad things. I'm a killer through. And through. If i died here it's totally cool. Well it's absolutely fine and we'll save that for next episode actually is on debts. Well also though i he still believes in like what he did right like he tried to kill ben by killing ben maybe undo all the misery that happened to to everybody else. And then they saved ben's life so his plan didn't work but he may still believe that like we can change everything by eliminating component of the past like. Don't you dare tell me that. I don't have free will here. Don't you dare tell me that. I can't like actually change something. Tell me what. I can't i can't neil. Hasn't had the whatever happened. Happened conversation with anybody. He hasn't had a moment to observe that science with daniel faraday or anything like that so saieed who is a guy who believes in what he sees and believes in himself in his abilities certainly believes that he could kill a kid if he asked you if it means changing the future and if he was already willing to do that and blowing up a nuclear bomb is you know not a huge leap but it is it is interesting to get back in this territory right. Having wasn't that like a big piece of what he was doing in the greater good that is like On on this this mission to infiltrate a sleeper cell and potentially a blow up a huge bomb so now he's back in that territory and this time he's not standing down this time he's all the way in right and i think that's also a point of how maybe he learned from that experience to right because that was also you had to like you know he's not he didn't like fall for the mark but if i recall it episode correctly this was an old friend of hayes and he felt about what he was doing to the point. Where omar finds out. I forgot whatever his name was and he kills himself so like perhaps i learned from that experience of like no no no. You don't become the person to stop this operation. You become part of the operation at the end of the day. And so yeah. It looks like team bomb at the moment is richard. Alpert louise hawking jack sheppard and psyche giral which is a good get just in general to have studied on your team because he's a very good very good execute a plan very strong squad All right let's get into the ultimate sound of the episode. It's going to be Fake lock ben. Richard returning to the group. Smokey mix smoker too. Has a few things you'd like to say to. The crowd allow one. My name is john. Locke i've been told that for some time you all have been accepting orders from a man named jacob and yet oddly enough. It seems that no one has actually seen him now. I'm sure there are very good reasons. Why his existence and whereabouts are secret. I just don't know what they are and to be honest with all of you. There's a man telling us what to do. I want to know who he is. This man checa. Can you tell us how to bring and the rest of our people back here. Absolutely richard has agreed to show us where we need to go. So i'm going.

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"riber" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"riber" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I don't know who's my point there road. Yeah or you're talking about. I like cloud jails. That was a good point even as does a good iterative point anyway. So on thing about architecture is like basically what's first of all like what's the fastest to market architecture for a game that has like no money involved. It's just like get to a game of do a fun experience really quickly like let's get risk in the browser basic. Let's a persistent risk in the browser. If you close your browse risk is still there right. I really feel like you can do this. Sort of like all the processing is client side and all the storage is in fire. Start like what's wrong with that and what's my next step orrin. Actually have you on a db fandi be. I did a couple of shows about quantity is this. What funding is trying to do. So vanity has probably a better from like kind of zeroed. Mvp thing than fire store. Probably because you don't so it's sorta like cdn by default you don't have to worry so much about latency being bad across users that made sense however i think it's i mean i don't think i'd have any. I would never have any problems on starting a project. She's using fire store and basically like if you're anything like us. All the cody riber next. Three years is probably disposable. Anyway it's all wrong from the beginning and so whatever it gets it in front of people fast. Seems like the right choice. So that is. I'm no companies ever died because they chose the wrong infrastructure in the beginning. i mean maybe like one of those companies got hacked and lost their entire code base. Yeah but the diner she ever actually kill company. Hi there was a hacker news post about that. There was a top hacker. News post where somebody Like they got. I think they got hacked or like they had a disgruntled ex founder. Yes roll the company. Just nuked everything. Eventually we'll still have a. I don't know. I feel like if there's one thing virus has some kind of archive system where you can always go with a that could. But anyway that's also like most companies died for early reasons because they don't get something to people valuable. It's not actually anything before that help. Like talk about tail risk right like.

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"riber" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"riber" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I hung out with him at this. Like a place where there were physical servers. It was like. I feel like a child like i'm seeing physical servers. For the first time. I was equinox like place. I mean software engineer. I've been in a physical server. One other time it was when i was interviewing at six cisco hana was like a trading firm. They have their own servers other than that. I've never been inside a server room. Don't even really know what a surfer looks like. But avi should be servers and he talked to me about his beliefs around servers. He's on krim. He calls himself a server hugger on prem guy. He runs a network observability company. Adventure back network observability company. They've got great investors. This guy runs his own infrastructure. And i'm i'm i'm like. Why do you do that. like what. are you doing seriously man. Just like embrace. Aws what are you doing. And he calls it. Cloud jail. He just says. I don't wanna be in cloud jail. I just don't be in there and for the longest time. I just thought this whole or goal. Lock in microsoft lock in aws lock. I thought it was just kind of a joke. Like not the people that actually believe this. This is not actually a problem. This latte lock in idea more. Recently i start to see it everywhere. Like i start to see it. It's it's like inherent facet of just like corporate. You know what the corporation is is. If a corporation has control over your infrastructure they will use control happen. it's probably even even potentially saw the necessarily want to as much as just an incentive as match right time right and open source solves ally that i feel like but that's a different conversation. Anyway this is you know. I'll be runs all own infrastructure and i'm just like man you're nuts like what are you doing running your own infrastructure but i kind of i kind of get at this point anyway. I don't know who's my point there road. Yeah or you're talking about. I like cloud jails. That was a good point even as does a good iterative point anyway. So on thing about architecture is like basically what's first of all like what's the fastest to market architecture for a game that has like no money involved. It's just like get to a game of do a fun experience really quickly like let's get risk in the browser basic. Let's a persistent risk in the browser. You close your browse. Risk is still there right. I really feel like you can do this. Sort of like all the processing is client side and all the storage is in fire. Start like what's wrong with that and what's my next step orrin. Actually have you on a db fandi be. I did a couple of shows about quantity is this. What funding is trying to do. So vanity has probably a better from like kind of zeroed. Mvp thing than fire store. Probably because you don't so it's sorta like find by default. You don't have to worry so much about latency being bad across users that made sense however i think it's i mean i don't think i'd have any. I would never have any problems on starting a project. She's using fire store and basically like if you're anything like us. All the cody riber next. Three years is probably disposable. Anyway it's all wrong from the beginning and so whatever it gets it in front of people fast. Seems like the right choice. So that is. I'm no companies ever died because they chose the wrong infrastructure in the beginning. i mean maybe like one of those companies got hacked and lost their entire code base. Ever actually kill company. There was a hacker news post about that. There was a top hacker. News post where somebody Like they got. I think they got hacked or like they had a disgruntled ex founder. Yes roll the company. Just nuked everything. Eventually we'll still have a. I don't know. I feel like if there's one thing virus has some kind of archive system where you can always go with a that could..

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"riber" Discussed on The Real Madrid Podcast

The Real Madrid Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"riber" Discussed on The Real Madrid Podcast

"Seven rail madrid shots on target. Three point six only for about six point. Three rail madrid disciplinary wise. Twenty-three healers and three cards for aiba. Diop is being recorded twice. Kika the most recent twenty two yellows zero red cards fault madrid in terms of average possession. Forty nine point. Seven four eyebrow fifty seven point two row madrid in terms poss- completion. It's very poor. Sixty-nine points six only for about eighty seven point nine four rail madrid where they do excel. Is jews in the at twenty six point three on average per game one by ten point. Five for real madrid Tackles per game thirty five four ibom fifteen point three rail madrid fouls given away. This is fifty one for aiba. Eleven four and four for real madrid opposition shots on goal ten point three madrid allowing more shots on their goal for the opposition and ibew nine point three riber fouled over the course of nine hundred eleven point eight average for ibm and twelve four rail madrid. What about the latest news. Then training concluded day for real madrid and good news all round. How many times said that. In recent months eight in has full part and be available for selection doubtful. He will be a starter but he could've here as a substitute a more good news as well because mariana a yovich also could join a squat recovered which will just help. Ease some of the burden on carry. Benza and mountain odaguard also took part in training today as down phone does whether or not to rest the lives of curse moderate and casimiro or is really not letter in the shed. You'll remember madrid. Have a game on the twenty third and the thirtieth well. There is not good news though for the opposition ibac edge mendieta by is is something of an injury epidemic of the nabet honey could be without up to nine first-team players in the defense could be the worst hit. Oliviera big gas esteban burger joint. Top scorer is well and say antonio martinez all out five. Different players scored four. I bought this season as big on three. The argentine defender school to those robbie penalty spot. Kika the with three as well no player as provided more than one assist and that just about wraps it up for today. i'll be back on choosy as we look ahead to the final game before ten. Forget you can catch up with over two hundred. Fifty previous episodes of this podcast. The website at www dot ramat podcasts dot com or the anchor daughter f. m. it's also available on every major streaming device. I tunes google amazon stitcher and spotify tonight. Just a few enjoy the game. Wherever as you're watching. And i'll see you back here in a few days for the member though for me tim cable. Thanks for joining us. Bye bye for now..

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4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

The $100 MBA Show

08:32 min | 2 years ago

4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

"Customer feedback is so important to gather a lot of we think we could just build an isolation. That's only going to get you. So far. At some point your business going to plateau and you're going to need to know how to move forward how can I improve and of course how can I stopped doing the things that is causing my customers. Leave me or not by for me again. So here are four. Low cost ways together customer feedback. The first one is a pre pre- customer survey now. This is a survey. You're going to send to people that are not your customer yet. They're on your email list. They're shopping around. They still haven't made the commitment commitment to become a customer wise a survey so important. Well you WANNA learn a little bit more about your buyer your customer. What they're looking for so you know how to market to them Minoa to offer so you can close the deal? This will help you improve your product or service your whole experience for your customer now. These are not super super easy to get because they're not happy customers yet so I encourage you to incentivize your potential customers and this could be something as simple as a coupon code or or free shipping or something that they can get in exchange for their time. It could be as simple email saying hey. Can you give us feedback. It'll take five minutes in exchange. Take ten dollars off your next order. Well how do you go. This is pretty simple. All you gotta do is create a Google form Google forms of absolutely free. All you need is a Jamila count and allows you to create all kinds of surveys all kinds of forms. The later review export to a spreadsheet. It's brilliant and you can literally just send an email out from your newsletter asking. Your potential customers have felt the survey learning more about how they shop. What are the important features? We're looking for you can ask them to Peru ties things. Like what their preferences in terms of colors or sizes or features or you know special options Mike Vice though is to keep the survey short ten to twenty questions Max keep them shorter if there are open ended questions because that takes a bit more time time to fill out an eulogise sent out the link to the Google form via your email newsletter nice and easy and absolutely free. The next way to gather author customer feedback that I feel is super important is a cancellation feedback. Some people call a cancellation feedback or exit feedback and this happens during a customer leaving or canceling your subscription or product or something like that or asking for a refund. preferrably you do this before or you process the refund or cancel their account. You want to get some information while you have their attention while fresh in their brain why they canceling learn a little a bit more about. What's the main reason this can be easily done with a woo? Form Wafa forms are absolutely brilliant. There's a free plan and paid plans that let's start fifteen dollars a month and you can embed these forms right on your APP or on your website and it could be just the step before they cancel so I I felt the form. They submit the form they do. You can have them go to that cancellation page where they cancel. This is really important and we believe whether it's the number one thing that helps it's US improve our product. We learned very quickly from our customers. That are leaving us. Why they're leaving us? What's going on what they love with the product that they don't? I love the product and that basically built out our roadmap for years. We know exactly what to build because you know the top reason why people are leaving is because of this reason reason the next reasons this reason and this is what we're going to build in that order this is how we're gonNA prove our product the whole experience all that stuff getting them to provide feedback when they're canceling. Housing is a pivotal time. It's fresh in their mind and they're gonNA give you the feedback because they are incentivized. They want to cancel their count or get a refund. So it's kind of like a little hoop. They have go through to make it happen. It may be a little bit inconvenient for them. But it's worth it for you to get the information that you can improve at the you know a small price to pay for you improve and you can see that in the form. Hey we want to improve the product. We want to learn more about why you're canceling or while you're asking for a refund. Can you please fill this out before we move on with the cancellation illness. Spectrum of inconveniences. It's pretty low. Many companies require you to call in and get permission from a manager and send a you a particular email or fill out a form. It's really hard to kind of cancel for example. Try cancelling your cell phone plan right so a simple survey you know and I would would keep the superstore three or four Questions gather feedback. Next is a survey you can send out to your current customers customers that are not cancelled. Old they're not leaving you. They're buying your products their members or whatever it is and they're paying you money they're happy right content and I encourage you sending a a annual survey to your customers. This is a great snapshot to learn more about what your customers love about your product where you can improve hiking. Prove who've their experience again it's different perspective from a different cohort different group of people. This is a little bit of a longer in-depth survey something like twenty to thirty questions. It's GonNa take them a bit of time. Maybe fifteen to twenty minutes the complete again. I encouraged incentivize them. Say Hey this information super vital for us it helps us grow helps improve the soffer four. You our customers. Give him an Amazon Gift Card. Jim starbucks card whatever but the information is important Oren. You don't have to incentivize them. Many people will guess responses if they have a great culture and their business in there have raving fans are going to get people responding to the survey but if you want massive results you want like the majority of the people to answer the survey incentives work. This is just something that we've tried and really you know the the proof is right there when we incentivize it's exponentially a big response to the survey and make it clear. This is just a gift to you to thank you for taking the time But please answer the survey as honestly as possible to your current custom says a third way to gather feedback. Low cost again. You can use Google form. It's an annual in-depth survey survey to your customers number four one on one calls with your customers. These are priceless. And I covered this in-depth in a previous episode on one hundred on. Hbo Oh and you don't need to do to many. You can do about a dozen every six months as a minimum and this is basically sending out an email to your customers maybe your best best customers or your most active customers. I would say people that frequent your business and say here's my calendar link you can use county. It's a free plan and you can use a cutie schedule and the free trial years. My candle link schedule time on my calendar and get on a call me phone call video call. I like video calls select expressions on their face body language. And it's basically a fifteen minute call to learn more about them as a customer who they are what they do for a living why they chose your product how they use your product. How do you describe your product to other people? What would they do if the product wasn't available anymore? What their interfere features? What is one thing? They wish they had. These calls are great. Because you honest answers you'll learn more by customers. You know who to target customers liked them. You can find out there. You have a real customer Avatar. You're speaking to real people. And it's the best market research you could do understanding your actual avatar understanding actual customer but you also learn about their relationship with your business with your product. What they love about what they wish was better? How the actually describe riber product? You might be surprised how they perceive your product much differently than you. Perceive it as and you've been describing on your sales pitch completely wrong you've got to use the same language anguish as our customers because you're trying to track more like them right people that are happy and are paying you. We'd like to record these calls and we tell you know the the customer on the call. We were recording. Bring it so that we can review it later. We transcribe it. We saved these videos so we know the language that they're using again. We use it in all our sales copier. Emails are website site. A marketing materials are adds. Customer calls are great and again low low cost. It's an email us a counter crap. That's free you can run a free video meeting using Google meat so it's not going to cost anything so simple. It's just the time you need to invest

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"riber" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Honorable Riber whenever we would have to, I would I took it upon riding. And then when we divorced, I was so great because then he had control when he had the kids, he was that bad people that bad we, I'm surprised. Cut off. Yeah. Tailgate one hundred we're going to Atlantic City, he cut somebody off in the gone got out of the. I'm going to get you. People would give them the finger. I talk to my kids and they will talk state, and they said we're here for a live, how old are the kids now at this point? The kids are now twenty four to eight hundred. Okay. On the car with a father. Yeah. Because like it's awkward for them. I mean. Yeah. Like they're adults now. And they could say, no, I'm not getting in the car with you. But yet. It's awkward. It's awkward. I hope and pray. They're going up the orc beacon, New York for wedding. And my ex husband is driving. So I'm just. Well, can't the twenty four year old Twenty-four-year-old maybe talked that into being allowed to drop. Yeah. Twenty four year old will. Gotti publicly won't feel like driving. But it does dad does dad know he sucks. Okay. Anne. Thanks for your call. Man, getting somebody like that who's actually so afraid of the way they're extra of she was afraid to have the kids and these little kits to have the kids in the car with, with the father because he would the tea. We'll do everything you're supposed to do. He would like, you know, excessively speed down residential streets and thought he was somehow impressing, the boys and things like that. I so who was the one driver in your life that scared you, the most to be in the car with one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Michael and freehold, you're on New Jersey, one, one point five? Hey, Dan, d love your show. Thank you. Try being Tribuna truck driver and have to teach in a student driver for his first time on the wheel, don't they have to go to some training course or something first truck driving school. But, you know. The training classes, teach them. Okay, basics. But they don't teach them. Okay. This is where we're going what we're doing getting into Manhattan. They don't teach them. You know, driving in Manhattan. They don't teach them net. You have to teach them that as as the trainer. Was there one particular guy that you remember the most is being really scary or is it just any time? You had to have a rookie driver now I had had a young kid with me a couple of months ago. We're in, we're in Manhattan, and we went to swing attorney and he's swinging to tighten stopped the truck right there and jumped out to go Mike you, you do it. I can't do it anymore. And he jumped in the passenger seat, and he wouldn't day. Oh, jeez. Did he give driving entirely? No, no, no. He was just scared. He just went back to. Please don't send me to Manhattan until I get a little more training underneath my belt. How would you go to say like an average trucker school to learn? How long does it last is at months and weeks of the year? Not it it's week. We when are you guys go in six weeks, and get your driver's license? Get your CDL license nowadays. It's not like it used to be back in the day when I got it. Yeah. Yeah. That's driving a big rig right now. Michael say, no, no. I'm actually sitting next to the second driver in my life. My wife. Oh well, I'm playing this for you anyway. Way.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Joining me now to talk about it is free store, president, and CEO, Kurt Riber, and Kurt new year for the Bengals. But same great event is coming up on Wednesday as I say it's a new day, but the tasty NFL continues on. In fact, the Cincinnati Bengals organization in the free store have been partnering for seventeen years on this tasty NFL event. We have something for everybody, if you like getting autographs or pictures, taken with the Bengals players will have all of the Bengals players, they're the Neva veterans will have the rookies will have some the alumni players there this year host players. Billy price and Sam Hubbard and the restaurant host of for the event will be this year's thieves forty thieves chef and owner, Dan. Right. He's really done a lot for us. Not only. In the taste the NFL, but also our kick hunger challenge. And they've really been able to really make make this something where people can come in, if they joy food come down if you enjoy hanging with, with the Bengals players, let's do that, if you enjoy some adult beverages it's there as well. So basically, there's something for everybody. And all proceeds benefit the free store foodbank since the inception two thousand three three point five million meals have been raised by this effort. Yeah. And again, it's a great event. I took my buddy last year who who's a big Vegas me and the media, you know, I don't get really excited when I see these guys anymore, but it was a thrill for a buddy of mine, and the players are really nice. They're very approachable. You know, he's all I remember. He's all Gino Atkins standing in line tattooed on the shoulder say, hey, can I get a photo there more than than obliging in this? It's an absolutely. It's a great event. It's a great event. The players are really relaxed its during their mini camp. So June twelfth is winning occurs, and we're going from six thirty nine. Thirty at night at Paul Brown stadium. Our partner. They're presenting this is try health. They've been great partners of ours for a long time, but it's a great way, for us, just sort of engage with the players and the ticket to reasonable you have one hundred seventy dollars a person hundred seventy five dollars a person, but that hundred seventy five dollars provides five hundred and twenty-five meals because all the costs associated with this program are, are covered by our sponsors, try health.

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"riber" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"But if you're saving fifty or one hundred dollars absolutely get it with a manufacturer warranties, get it. And you know, if you buy a new product, and it flakes out, and they give you replacement you're probably going to refer them anyway, almost certainly getting referred then. So I wouldn't be too scared of it just be sure that you get a warranty as if it was new because if you don't then I would think twice about it. And increasingly as the price of the thing goes up, and yeah, just don't just don't be superstitious about the fact that it's refurbish because it'll probably be fine. Apparently Nintendo does have a re- refurbish store, which we'll put a link in the show notes, thanks to Riber for getting that link and also real time feedback from Jon Alpert via Twitter, John writes that he's bought a ton of apple stuff in the only thing that didn't look as untouched as something brand new was the packaging because I guess the they don't necessarily use the super fancy packaging for the reverse stuff. You might just get like a basic Brown box. According to John. Yeah. But but yeah, I like I said I have no problem with it moving on a Ryan bible rights. I've been teaching myself programming on offer about a year, and I've run into a bit of a roadblock. I feel like I have a pretty good grasp of the fundamentals number very unsure of where to go to continue. Learn. Ng built a simple timer apps. Learn IS programming, but I know of made a ton of neophyte mistakes, for example, all the logic in the app lives in the main view controller. I know that I should break things up but have struggled to find answers on how an APs should be structured and the best practices for creating in implementing my own classes, sunrise, I found resources for beginners to starting out really struggling to find intermediate resources, and I was hoping that you guys could point me in the right direction. I don't have a lot of terribly great ideas. Here if there happens to especially with when it comes to Iowa Iowa..

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"He squeezed the shot through the pads of Riber. It's one of the whitening. That started with a great defensive play by it back in the defensive zone to gaining a rush for Matheson. Lightning countered. It had been found kucherov for the opening goal at four zero two. Gooch gets his twenty third from headman who's now to four hundred one points. I believe straw. But does get the other assists Z pass through the couture off Africa me that play zone in Ryan pal and dumps the pocket, etc. God's Brown the Ford and at the far side for Jonathan Gruber. Dough is checked by mcdonagh the puck up three though to my caution caution. Frank Tronto at center ice pitch it into the late again after the right circle delivers it finally get the being there or his return to the near corner under pressure. Toronto makes us feel within east. Check by turned actor Kellyanne sweeps it out to center, Josh Brown. Well, immediately rifle attack in. The puck itself or other your side. Hoover dope. Block the left circle. He got stripped by Calliope the play by right? Callie stamp goes to center ice, a biller JT Miller lifted in five minutes in one of the Glading. Stamkos after the puck in the right corner. Keep it alive for circuit Chevy. Actually, let Johnson get two point shot. Sebei Miller had an open the rebound. He's upended by glad no penalty was called Johnson follows up left circle past the flex to Miller. DT Miller back right point centres had redirected on net say they buy rhymer on Tyler Johnson..

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"riber" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

15:28 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And sweet one zero six five zero five so five doors now, so just a few things as far as money goes. But let's take the situation. Now where that veteran dies. And he's married. So guess what? That that veterans. Disability pay goes away. So that's a major part of the income. The spouse is going to collect that veterans modest after-tax right one thousand dollars a month so security, and that's not a great deal money to live on. However, there are some caveats that. Bob, tell us about what happens when veteran dies of a service connected condition left to have a service connected condition. The spouse or next of kin they're eligible can receive what's called DIC dependence and deputy. Which is less than what the veteran was receiving as far as compensation in most cases. But it is a great help for the. For the next of kin, and that is tied to the service connection on the death. So one of the things that we deal with on DIC claims is it doesn't have to be the cause of death. It has to be a contributing causes death. So it's a little more broad than people realize. And so we counsel veterans with their wives that you have about thirty six hour after after someone has passed to make get in contact with the darker who's gonna do the death certificate to make sure that the veterans contributory service connected. Disabilities are listed on the death certificate because if they're not on the desert, advocate, it makes it much more difficult to get the DIC care. It's not impossible. But it does make it more difficult and those rates went up the first of December. So the basic DIC. Rate is two thousand three hundred nineteen dollars and change. No, no, no one thousand two thousand I'm sorry. You're right. You're right. And because what it was I adding to that. Security after taxes, and it seems crazy, you know, social security it's money that that we put in there. And now, we gotta go pack pay tax on our own money. Stop. We contributed a pre-tax went into the government is free money tax money. So we still gotta be taxed when we get it back out. We got to pay the tax on it. Is the DIC in the social security is gonna put a spouse at about twenty three hundred bucks a month. Yeah. And that is not as comfortable as the four thousand or even three thousand that we've talked about through it does make a kind kinda rough. There is something else out there. If if the death was not service connected. Bam. You know, you only get the one thousand dollars after tax social security what the VA has something special for that. And it's all based on the assets that the surviving spouse has and what other incomes they have coming in. They have something called a we call a widow's pension and that ranges means tested. What is the maximum on that the I think it's equivalent to the DNC? Okay. But and like you said it's dependent on how much money you have other assets aren't set so it so it is tested that way. So it's it's reduce. By whatever other income, you have and you know, during common it's more than that, you can kiss that goodbye to and just get your social security, but you should be pretty comfortable with the amount of assets that you already have there's some other caveats in there for special compensation and. Can you give us some examples of special compensation? Travis SM see is a broad category in the two most popular well known our aid and attendance in housebound. And attendance is the larger the two and win a veteran requires daily assistance with the activities of daily living. You know, wiping your nose taking your meds. Eating your food getting out of the house. The there's an additional payment available for that. It's kind of complex in the sense that who's that money paid to its pay to the veteran. But who does he pay it too? So kind of involves an employment arrangement, sometimes they'll try and employ their wife, and, but if you're gonna do that, you gotta follow through and make sure that it's an actual employment agreement, right and make sure the paperwork is right. Okay. And I imagine there's a lot of vets out there that are receiving aid and attendance. Well, maybe not a lot. But they say they're using their spouse says the caregiver for that. Yes. And basically they're getting minors supposed to be paying their caregiver, which is their relative. And I'll I'll bet you. There's a lot of them that don't have a business agreement set up like that. Or am. I hit hit something. That's typically couples will have a single joint account, and they won't think about having a contract between them saying. Okay. Well, this is to compensate you for that service that you provide. But that's something that. Maybe it'll come up as an issue. Maybe never will. It wouldn't hurt to have. Up and somebody comes sniffing around. Then it'll get turned off. Exactly. Well, here's the solution is and every veteran Goshi this, and I think all of us have gone through this. The wife says your money is my money, and my money is my money. Bob, and I are both seeking a depress. Bye. That's a good joke. Okay. But if you're getting government money gonna play by the government rules, exactly it's not that complicated. But you have to think it through. Now, you have to be able to show the flow of the dough. Well, and of course, for any budget. I mean, financial literacy Riber talking about that for courses and classes that we offer financial literacy the family, it's like the number one stressful thing is financing a family when it comes down to a lot of different areas. That's why saving money is so important to you have to nip as much as it can off in this day and age pricings keep going up. I don't know if you noticed about the packaging is getting smaller yet, the prices remaining the same whether they Nick off an ounce or two or whatever from grocery items, or whatever. But of course, we get a call coming in right now and RJ go ahead and take the call you're on the air. Go ahead. Hi, this is sunny. Egging memorial foundation. Yes. How are you this afternoon? Good. How are you? Good. Talk about my upcoming event. That's going to be coming on next Saturday. A little bit about it. Well, it's a trip back in event that we're doing at liberty high school at one o'clock, and we're going to be stepping care packages for men and women that are currently deployed overseas in Afghanistan and Iraq. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. That's wonderful. Thank you so much, and we would love to invite the whole valley to come on out and join us, and that they like to donate any food items any kind of monetary stations to help pay for their packages, which the post office just up their rate for the priority, boxers eighteen dollars. Seven hundred packages over to the men and women that we support. Wow. That's amazing. That's a good chunk of change host h. Of course. And you know, people don't know that the government doesn't pay for the packages, and it comes out of the pocket of the families. They have loved ones that are deployed overseas. And you know, it's it's it's sometimes it's a hardship for them to send packages, and I know my son when he was deployed he loved getting them, and I would send him extra if you could share with other men and women unit. So we have three hundred men that are currently deployed for Las Vegas valley at knowledge that we that we sponsor packages to that will be doing that for them as well next Saturday. Okay. And I'll tell you what they do predate it. I was deployed to southwest Asia. Also, and it is very nice to get the little things that you you used to have an at home at at arm's length but home in a box. Oh, yeah. And you know, not just that they want snacks that they can't have. But when they get the box, it represents home it represents. Somebody's over here thinking about them over there. And that to me is everything as well. Keep their morale up. Where's the event? Liberty high school. One o'clock next Saturday. It's about for about an hour. We'll get there early to set up all the boxes. Food and it's a great event for the whole family to come. And and do these men and women that are over there sacrificing so much. So that we could actually be on the phone talking together today. Where's liberty heist? I'm sorry. Where's liberty high school? Oh, that's an Henderson in Las Vegas. I know it's in Henderson. But it's pretty far out near the airport and Henderson. So do you have the address on? I don't have the address on me. But it's thirty seven hundred liberty. It's not far from the airport. It's why not. St. rose Parkway and. Takes me about thirty five minutes to get there. But we invite people from all over the valley to come. If they want more information, they go on partnering up with the community. Go on the website. And they have all the information where it's at the location drop off locations for donations and also our website. But Douglas, Jake green memorial foundation. They can go on and also donate as well. Okay. And that address for liberty high schools thirty seven hundred liberty heights avenue. And if he. GPS eight nine zero five to zip. Thank you for having that like, I said, you can go on the website our website. What Facebook we also have a website and also has a website with that information. Okay. And if they can't make it out there. I guess they can make a donation online. Absolutely monetary. Donations are absolutely welcome. Like, I said oracle is seven hundred care packages. So that's thousands of dollars. But we always meet our goal. We don't say no to anyone that has a loved one over there, or friend. That's deployed. We never turn down. Anybody that wants to set a care package? Again. Like, I said those cash donations are important because of the postage costs that at eighteen bucks a box that. Steve. Yeah. It gets up there. I can't believe the post office. And they don't have a special price for families that wants to Floyd. That'd be my next mission is to go in lobby on the hill. Get a Bill passed at least the families can get a discounted rate. Maybe you can call into the center on Monday braid here. Seven zero two nine five four sixty three hundred. I did hear of care packages being sent over before the holidays, and they used a military plane to get over there. I believe that one out of Nellis. So let's let's take a look into that. And explore that opportunities if we can get around the post office utilize military to get it over there as well. Absolutely. It's a little difficult for that. Because they only go to the basis for those. We send out APO's at these men are on ships in the middle of nowhere. They're in remote outposts. So yes, they the military ten cents on. But we actually have to send some to people that are remote areas that they can't get them from the base. So wonderful ships. We send a lot of Marie that aren't ships right now that they need care packages as well. Okay. We appreciate you doing that. And like you said next Saturday at one o'clock. So the show will just be wrapping up. So you could listen to the show on the way there thirty seven hundred liberty heights avenue and Henderson eight nine zero five two. Yeah. Bite the whole valley come on out. And like I said, you're never too young to do community service. It feels so good care package for these men and women over there. Well, thank you for calling in with that. We do appreciate it. And I wanna tell you. So if if you leave your number with the board operator just for helping out the way, you have to give you one of the sets of tickets to rich little at the Tropicana this week. And this way, you'll have four tickets to take you and your family for your efforts. And we really appreciate that. Oh, thank you so much. That's very nice. You're welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. All right. And of course, you know, every quarter of right B Taylor's over at operation. One lifetime partners coming up at two o'clock today to do about four four fifteen may run long, Scott a couple special celebrity guests that are going to be there as well. And we'll have a table over there. We'll be with veterans vitality and McLean project and being all the wonderful people. Putting this together all about the health and wellness taking care of veterans, many different modalities and things that you can be part of the end. It's kind of nice because they'll be handling a lot of our veterans and families up north. We're going to be down south right here on twenty nine fifty five east sunset road readier veterans transition resource center, and we we couldn't be happier when you create these collaborative partnerships like this that just really does show you that there is he'll all strategies when people work together. Okay. The operation one life location for this afternoon is seven hundred Westlake made the closest cross street. I think is revere. So Karner reveals Ivan ten west seven ten. Senior center there too. It's a big building, Nara. So we'll see they're about to clock. And I think one of the we we discussed this last week with effort who is on the air with us, and they're going to do different modalities of dealing with post traumatic stress disorder, and and other things. So the big I think the big draw is going to be the trauma recovery yoga..

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"riber" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Casey o'day radio program. We cracked open the show today. I was sharing a profile piece of Washington Post in on a brand new position. Straw cop. The DC department of energy and environment. He's technically he's an inspector. But his only job is to run around and make sure that nobody's using plastic straws. He is inspectors Zack Riber checks straw cop. And so we've been amusing ourselves with really the stupidity of this the position prior to adding benefits bonuses or anything else page see about sixty sixty thousand a year. And is technically classified as an environmental protection specialist, but they make a point and following this guy around for a day, you know, putting themselves in his shoes as he runs around enforcing the law. And so I'm coming up with all the funds scenarios like here's one you ready. So he's chasing a guy who's who's who's got a bunch of plastic straws on falls under warehouse a makes an arrest, and then and only then destroy cop notice all the crates. Covered in coffee grounds. And it's just straws. And he's getting ready to process the scene in all of a sudden behind him he hears hold on hold on. We're taking over jurisdiction federal straw cop. Get your guys outta here. They have to deal with Dan. I wonder if he's also got a cheesed captain who's like a check. You can't do whatever you want. You're a straw cop. But you're not the law. Then every now, and then there's Ribot slams down his metal straw is inspectors card on the desk. Take a captain. I don't need it. Notre SVU stir victims.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That means I'm a minute late for Brian combs. But he doesn't care because this man can adapt things are on delay. And going slower all over the tri-state dressed in layers today. Oh, I know. I mean, you know, you dress go you don't trust for show absolutely dangerously cold in the tri-state this morning. Last thing. I saw the official temperature is six degrees right now with the wind feels like minus eleven you'll get a big variants depending on where you are on the tri-state as well. And how the wind picks up at any given time at some point today, you will can expect wind chill readings of thirty below zero. Most of the schools are closed, including UC's Xavier N K you then the the elementary and high schools around the areas, well and a few minutes maslow's army group that helps the homeless downtown been doing a lot of work reaching out the people the last couple of years plan to start hitting the streets with van and anybody that they see or anybody that somebody else sees they can call them. Eight five nine four nine one army, and they will go pick them up, or at least make sure they've got the proper clothing or make sure that you know, nobody who's on the streets today would lose their lives because of the cold weather. Cincinnati's opening all of its rec centers all day long public library is wants people to know that they're a good place to come. If you run into the problem with the heat at your home or something like that. So it's gonna be it's gonna be a day or so like this before we could see a big warm up by the weekend. Thought I heard something the free store food Bank was doing to they're going to have some some food to give out check on that. But I would think that they will definitely be there to serve as they always are. Yeah. Kurt does a great job. Kurt Riber five. Thirty is gone. Six o'clock is coming up, and my guess is you push the product is we will talk about the cold, weather and talk about how postal delivery and parts of our area are being affected today. Yes. The UPS USPS says that they will. Suspend delivery and parts of Cincinnati. You know, it's so cold out there. I saw PJ sit and failed and Chris smitherman. Standing over a barrel. Fire trying to stay warm together. That's how that coincides out tonight. We'll have the details at six on NewsRadio seven. Wwl w coming up on five forty nine five forty nine radio seven hundred wwl w iheartradio has given wonks their.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Help local federal employees and their families. Joining me now is Kurt Riber. He's the president of the free store food Bank and Kurt. I can only assume that you have seen an uptick and traffic at your food pantries recently. Well, actually, we have Rick. I think when you when we reached out to our pantries, and we serve we have four hundred fifty inches that we serve the twenty counties service areas of the tri-state, but we tried to walk looking at where most of the federal workers are for like the but workers over by the airport or the IRS workers down in northern Kentucky. Trying to see where the influx of demand is coming and they're they're we're starting to see a fair amount of that. Right. Right now. Our orders are up by about fifteen twenty percent. Yeah. And we're seeing so increased orders. So we know that there's a demand that's out there. That's sort of pent up as well. What were some of the things that the free store did to help out those families in need during the shutdown? Well, one thing that we're doing, and we did basically a food distribution and grocery distribution with. One of our partners where he provided a meal for the family of credit, grocery bagging, groceries for the family and also a a Cobra gift card, so they could go shopping for some of the other items that they might need, and we're really trying to focus in on that. Because when you think about it. In the state of Ohio, for example, one point four million Ohioans almost like snap. Does not resurface. We'll have to reduce their grocery budget by about one hundred twenty dollars a month. And that's another thing. It's not really certain. What might happen with snap? As recipients did get their February benefits early. But this deal reached in Washington reopen the government it's only a short term spending measure so the government could shut down again in three weeks leaving snap recipients in limbo again when it comes to marches benefits. So you're really trying to make sure that those people get the help they need as well. Right. Well, we are we're we're trying to look at all those things when you think about snap provides twelve meals for every one meal is provided by the free throw food Bank in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. And in our sister crew bags are seeing the same influx cokes as well. So how could the general public about helping out? Well, I one thing. I would point out is that I was thinking volunteer at either pantries at our. Them like mega donation. There actually are fundraising in December was also negatively impacted by the combination of the government shutdown slumping stock market and the changes to the income tax codes that increased expanded standard deduction. So the bottom line is our December revenue was significantly off our projections. So folks.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"President of the free store food Bank, Kurt Riber. This government shutdown is that many families are living paycheck to paycheck. And when they do that when they experience an emergency where the child getting sick or a carpet down or utility bills beat out of sight that impacts them directly. And they can't make ends meet what brings them to our doorstep. That's what brings them to one of our foreigner fifty pantries. The city of Cincinnati is praised as a hotbed for Hollywood at the Sundance film festival film. Cincinnati's executive director, Kristen schloffmans says she's had a lot of people come. Up to her praising the movie opportunities in our area. Cincinnati. They realize just how much local crew and talent there is to hire. And the types of projects and the quality of projects coming out of that market are a testament to the tower that we have in that city. Schloffmans says this is about a true industry in the city, not just a movie every now and then a study from the university of Cincinnati economic center says studios making movies in the state had an economic impact of nearly eighty million dollars in two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w and an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council. This morning secretary of state Mike Pompeo argued that Nicolas Maduro suppressed, the Venezuelan people while serving as president and left them starving and fleeing the country as Moscow claims the US is supporting and illegal coup. United States is helping to recover a brighter future for Venezuela. We're here to urge all nations to support the democratic aspirations of the Venezuelan people as they try to free themselves from former president Medeiros illegitimate. Mafia-state Pompeo said they will have conversations with every country even Russia about the ongoing situation and Venezuela savior vents basketball's in action for the Santosh center this afternoon and say welcome Paul Frank Marquette pre-game begins here.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Government shutdown coming to an end as a welcomed news for the local food pantries as well as they were starting to feel the pinch of the work stoppage. Kurt Riber with the restore food Bank says that they're orders were up fifteen to twenty percent and that followed. A rough end to Twenty-eight t fundraising in December was also negatively impacted by the combination of the government shutdown something stock market, and the changes to the income tax toes that increased expanded standard deduction. So bottom line is our December revenue was significantly off our projections. Riber says any donations to help restock their shelves would be greatly appreciated after increasing pressure and protests. The Bishop of Covington diocese has apologized for condemning the actions of some Tom Covington Catholic high school students at a protest in Washington. DC in a letter released yesterday, Bishop foists apologize for a rush to judgment and says he personally apologizes to the teen who was shown face to face where they native American. The Bishop also expects an independent investigation will show that students were not being disrespectful. President Trump's longtime adviser. Roger stone says that he will plead not guilty to charges from special counsel Robert Muller related to his work with the Trump presidential campaign. Stone is facing seven felony counts including obstruction making false statements to congress and witness tampering. Special council has a pretty good track record. We're talking about thirty seven people already indicted. Six Trump associates have been charged with making false statements. Mos- investigation has exposed illegal schemes across international borders, produce more than one hundred criminal charges. I've read this indictment. We're talking about a twenty four page indictment. Chock full of details. Charges. Could he have gotten this wrong? I think that's really unlikely.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What are the president's closest advisers is facing charges in the Muller investigation. The latest update on Roger stone from ABC news. Longtime Republican strategist and allied a President Trump Roger stone emerging from a federal court in Florida a short time ago after being charged this morning in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation charges today relate to rushing. Your WikiLeaks collaborations or any other illegal act in connection with the sixteen campaign stone speaking there outside of the courthouse. He is charged with seven crimes including obstruction of an official proceeding making false statements and witness tampering. ABC's Tom yomas is at the Florida courthouse where stone was released today on a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar bond if you've ever seen Roger stone. You know, he's always a very dapper person his hair always called perfectly. Well, he looked very disheveled. And he was in shackles and handcuffs. He addressed the judge. The only thing he said in court was thank you. I understand your honor. President Trump reacting on Twitter saying quote, greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No collusion. Mark Graham, lard ABC news. The free store is helping out during the shutdown food pantries are starting to feel the pinch of the government shutdown Kurt Riber with the free store. Food. Bank says their orders are up fifteen to twenty percent. And this follows a rough end to two thousand eighteen fundraising in December was. Also negatively impacted by the combination of the government shutdown stock market, and the changes to the income tax toes that increased expanded standard deduction. So the bottom line is our December revenue was significantly off our projections. Riber says they will continue to do their best to help local federal workers and their families and says any donations would be greatly appreciated. Rick NewsRadio seven hundred wwl W. I Hamilton county. Sheriff deputy is expected to be okay. After wreck this morning on the ramp from seventy four to northbound. He was rear ended by an SUV. We've been checked out now at a local hospital on Wall Street, the Dow's up two hundred and three points. Nasdaq is gained ninety five and the s&p is picked up twenty five. MSNBC news is reporting that there is a tentative deal to end the government shutdown, and it'll be until February fifteenth, and then the deal does not include any money for a wall. We'll keep you updated. When the president has some comments our next update at two thirty. I'm Jeff Henderson NewsRadio seven hundred w is sponsored by the Ohio bureau of worker's compensation..

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"riber" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Without Joey. You can see. Handsome, really has an impact on his team. Yes. You know, he's he's usually taken these big face offs. He's a big body in and around making the dishes. To ban could not keep it in. And it comes back Nashville then sceviour in the corner. Uber dose gates by again, the predators. Net is empty sue ban against sceviour in the corner. Ninety five seconds left now Viktor Arvidsson skates out of the predators zone. Got across Senator red drilled it in careening picked up Forsberg sticks. Davis made there by Riber on Forsberg right in front sue ban. Eighty seconds remaining the left half wall back out for Yosi. Here is very top of the left circle goes off the right board given a su- ban straightaway. Back to Yosi, you'll see a richer deflected. High off the glass still in play now picked up Benigno e could not hold onto it and Huber dose spins inside the zone. Banks it off the boards under a minute to play. Sue ban. Works is way in right side. Colton assistance around the wall Kellyanne croak stops it out by. The blue line forty eight seconds remaining to ban knocks down the puck at the line skates. Over gives the Yosi shot deflected away right behind Rymer. Arvidsson twisted out thirty six seconds ago to sue ban. You'll see on the right half. Law comes back out high with it. Sue ban tips it over to the right? Sue ban to that left circle. Fired at around Arvidsson Austin Watson in the corner with twenty two seconds remain. The fuck tipped up there by data off now bar cough. And the puck comes out across the line of a Toronto. He turns sets up Now Dan off coming down got around him. Nice play coming back by citizens. He blocks another Matanzas running out on Nashville has once again data off could not convert a play, and that's gonna do it. The Florida Panthers escaped to a four two victory over the national predators here tonight as the predators. Score twice in the third to pull a fan one. But then the Panthers got what turned out to be the clinching goal. The Iger Meister shots on goal. Nashville had eleven in the third period for a game, total of thirty nine and the predators. The rather the Panthers managed a total of fifteen in the third period on UC Sarah's for a game total of thirty. Here's our fifth. Third bank. Three star of the game announcement follows tonight's third star of the game. From your Nashville predators one goal and one assist number fifty one. Austin.

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Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

"USA's Chris Barnes in Washington on a US citizen, who's accused of espionage in Russia versus deputy, foreign minister brushing back suggestions that an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian citizen being held by the United States, the brother of Paul Whalen. No tells the Associated Press that he can't help but question whether the events are connected, we Linda former US marine who also holds Canadian British and Irish citizenship has been detained in Moscow since late December his arrest leading to speculation. Russia could be using him to bargain for a Russian woman who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US deputy foreign minister surrogate Riber says discussing a possible swap including Leland and Maria Boutin would be premature because we hasn't even been formerly charged yet

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"riber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Night, lots of games as you would expect. Big battle on the river. Tonight's always kind of a fun fun game down there Jeffersonville and new Albany. I don't need to say anymore. Other than the fact that that's the big rivalry game. Tonight Jeffersonville wins this when sixty to forty nine. Brian Sullivan joins me on the Saint Vincent sports. Formats hotline. Tough night for the BULLDOGS tonight this Jeff team played well tonight, Brian. You know, we we pretty much. I think at this point have a good grasp on what new Albany is new. It's gonna close games defensive oriented right wildcard. Because you know, they go on the road, enhance Silver Creek. They're only lost the season. And then turn around the next night lose by thirty two south western. So you're gonna get good Jeff that Jeff, and it was good Jeff for the most part tonight. Well, good. Jeff is good. They really are. And they have some talented kiss. I mean, I'm thinking this ball say since they all know each other. So well, and they both had great success. It just feels like a Bob sectional regional match up with the electricity in pace. You get the again pace is really an important part of this game. Because new Albany doesn't want to run with this group and Jeff does. And so it's a big fan of in the game. It was one of the interesting sidelights is one of new Albany's seniors would have been seniors. This year is now the starting point guard for Jeffersonville. Okay. This year. It was you know, I think new Albany was able to keep it at their pace and for three quarters. It's a one point game with the orders. Tired at halftime do Albanese up one fourth just settled down the crowd into the ball. Game of the big thing was new Albany gets hands on and put them on the line. Jeffersonville shot free throws outstanding. They were seventeen for twenty in the same happened. That was probably the biggest difference in the ball game. Yeah. I think that's a big. I think that's a big difference. Well, these are two teams are going to win a lot of games. And certainly I think they'll see each other at some point in the future. Certainly hope so and you know, when you throw Floyd central in the mix also think rock it'll be talking about it like we did last year. It's gonna be a lot hinging on what the sexual draw looks like. And to those teams get on one side, you have to think it'd be advantageous for a team to not be with them. So we'll see how that works out. All right run through who plays will on both sides tonight. Brian. You know, even new Albany hit one six and role in the series and most of the games have been fairly lopsided. But the white noticed since his freshman year kid named Jacob Jones for Jeffersonville has never looked intimidated. When he was out on the court. You just knew as she got older guests more built, and he he comes up big tonight with twenty points and then trae cold and the AllState candidates has fifteen so those are the two big guns for Jeffersonville tonight. And the new all be had found across the board had three guys right around nine ten eleven points. So good balance for new Albany. Jeff had a couple of guys step up and just do a little bit more. When it counted whose up for both teams next who were they playing next. Floyd Floyd central in Jeffersonville. That's next Friday night. Oh, my undefeated teams and Riber. And so that's going to go a long way towards. You know determined into Hoosier hills right for Albany. You know, their schedule was built based on the teams they had the last few years. And so it's been very frontloaded. It's a top five schedule up on the back half. They're gonna get an opportunity to play some teams where they're going to have a big advantage. And so even though they're sitting at five hundred right now with the schedule played I think they're set up nicely for this back after the season. Ryan birthday. Sweet. Okay. Well, that's still a little bit of a challenge there. Brian Sullivan.

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Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

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04:35 min | 4 years ago

Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

"To be ready. They need to get out when they're asked to get out because we need them out of the way so that we can do our job. So they need to sort of prepacked. You thinking about that. Had that list have prepared, have your plan. And leave when it's necessary governor Brown has declared a state of emergency for, Riverside County because of the fire news brought to you by American vision windows the man accused of. Starting that fire near Idyllwild plus eight more has pleaded not guilty he's charged with more than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County DA spokesman John Hall says there could be even more charges filed because the fire is, still burning if anything should happen the damage increases if there's any injuries. Etc defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata says if the fires were arson set they hope the real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders. That, are battling these fires right now in the. Families that are affected by them the man. Charged could get life in prison if he's convicted homeless advocates, in Orange, County are trying. To get a, judge's order to protect encampments. Activists say hundreds of people cleared from the set at a river have nowhere to go lawyer Brooke widespread filed court papers Thursday to stop the. Enforcement of anti camping laws until new. Shelters go up we. Certainly do have people who, are still receiving Tickets for camping for trespassing. If they moved from camping in public to camping by the railroad tracks or by the river bed sometimes we see tickets. For, improper use of a milk crate in the park she says the county shelters are completely. Full she says the county would need about three. Thousand more. Beds to. Keep up with demand Andrew mollenbeck KFI news federal judges praised and panned the Trump administration. For its efforts to. Return children to. Their Olympic illegal immigrant, parents. Who were, separated at the, border the judge in San Diego, said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying. Eighteen hundred children with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four, hundred children who are still separated because their. Parents have been deported more deportations on hold as the judge considers an ACL you challenge it could be, a stinky weekend at the Huntington library in San Marino and people are excited about that. Because the corpse flower is, about to bloom and when it does it reveals its colorful maroon insides and. Not so nice smell the corpse flower has grown To about three feet three inches which is smaller than other flowers that have bloomed in past years. But officials at the Huntington say that doesn't mean the flower won't be stinky. The blooming plant gives off to gases Di. 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