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"richard chapman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the show, we'll get a preview of our may get lit. With all of it. Book Club Pick author Madeline Miller will tell us what to look out for while reading her best selling novel, The song of Achilles. Which recently shot back to the top of the bestseller list with a little help from TIC Tac, and then we'll keep on the theme of Greek gods with a narrative podcast based on Greek myths called Live from Mount Olympus. Erected by Tony winner Richard Chapman and featuring one of her collaborators. Haiti's town star Andre de Shields, reprising his role as herpes and later New York Times Social Cues. Columnist Philip Galanis stops by to help us navigate Turkey social dilemmas. Now that things are beginning to open up so very quickly, And of course, we'll take your calls. That's all on the way. So let's get started with some music from Arush Aftab. Oh, good in there. Hmm. Go ahead of the song Mo Hotta Homo hop ABS from Brooklyn based Pakistani composer are Rouge bathtub. The lyrics are in order or do and come from Sufi poetry. Like many of the other songs and.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Let's just hope the show ends before we get to that part. It's Mark Mason. Yes, it is, along with Supreme Court. Weber of Liberal Mike in the Master Control Brad Ford in the K E X newsroom. We have lots for you today. The anti massacres of not 2020 1918 We'll talk about that coming up here in a few minutes. We have voices in the news for you on the half hour movie reviews and a sad end to an attempted kitten rescue this morning on the ST John's Bridge, let's get to it. The news starts now from ABC News. Michelle Franzen at a House briefing today, focusing on supply chain concerns. Corona Virus Task Force member Admiral Bread, Gerard telling lawmakers quote We're not flattening the curve right now. The curve is still up in the US In California, the University of Southern California now reversing plans to have undergraduates back on campus. In the fall of covert 19 rates here rising and new restrictions being put into place US seizes it will now moved mainly online classes on campus. Housing and activities will be limited in the fall term. On Ly certain labs and performance classes will be on campus about 10% of overall classes. Has a similar, mainly online plan for the fall. Alex Stone ABC News Los Angeles Government jobs numbers out today showing the economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, bringing the unemployment rate down to 11.1% in this Corona virus outbreak. The president at the White House today says it shows businesses are returning a state's Rio. Today's an Azman proves that our economy is roaring back. It's coming back extremely strong. We have some areas where we're putting out the flames of the fires, and that's working out. Well, we're working very closely with governors. A separate jobs report. Another 1.4 million people filed for unemployment last week and word today we've lost a news legend and member of the ABC News radio colleague Hugh Downs has died. He was 99. You down and I'm Barbara Walters and this is 2020 Hugh Downs was best known as the Emmy Award winning co anchor of a B C's primetime. Newsmagazine Show, 2020. I suppose I finally found my niche because that's what feature magazine work is about lovely relationship. The audience felt our affection for each other. Early on in his career Downs was the announcer on the Tonight Show. He hosted NBC's Today show, and he was a game show host. ABC is Bill Deal You're listening to ABC. Good afternoon. I'm Brand poured our time story. Sad NEWS. Rick Hiten today that I crawled under the ST John's Bridge, Lieutenant Richard Chapman with Portland Fire says they trying to rescue the kitten. We did try our best. We sent cruise over the ST John's Bridge, two of them. Open. Tio actually catch the cat underneath the bridge in the middle, and they got real close and the kitten jumped. Chapman says it appeared the kitten was swimming in the Willamette River for a short time. They sent boats out trying to reach the kitten but had died before they got there. An investigation's on going into a shooting in Troutdale, The mobile mechanic sheriff's office says. Deputies responded to the shooting last night off Sal these 302nd Avenue. After a 45 minute standoff, 66 year old Robert Gillis rendered peacefully. The man who was shot was taken to a hospital. He's expected to survive. As covert 19 cases continue to Spike Multnomah County State of emergency will remain in effect through September 30 at the county's board of Commissioners passed a resolution today extending the state of emergency that began in March and here in our county, where 2200 cases Sadly, 71 Jess and as you've already noted, the pace of spread has increased, county health officer Dr Jennifer Vine says. That is particularly true in the black indigenous people of color or by park community, she said. State models indicate that over the next month we could see anywhere from 902 4800 cases a day statewide and hospitalizations rising from the current eight per day to between 27 82. Mine says we can change that outcome by wearing masks in public, social distancing and.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"House in southwest Portland earlier this morning is located on southwest Reddington Dr Richard Chapman with the Portland fire bureau says it started on the back deck in the owners didn't know about and certainly outside like this it takes a while before the smoke actually banks inside the home and by that point the fire had it really grow into a pretty good size to launch a call to get enough equipment to fight the fire the streets were narrow that made it difficult to get trucks near the home no one was hurt the homes worth nearly two million dollars it appears the cause was an unattended barbecue the Democrat nomination for Oregon secretary of state apparently goes to show me a Fagen oregonlive declaring her the winner over mark cast last night they can lay its hands by around two thousand votes today if Fagan wins the race she'll face Republican Kim Thatcher in the general election all counties have received the governor's approval to enter phase one of the re opening Katrina Rothenberger Marion county's public health director tells Kate to they needed to have a decrease in covert nineteen hospitalization we really want to see those hospitalizations on the decline sh before we can safely re open and we believe that our hospitalizations are on the decline last week Marion County eleven people hospitalized this week the numbers down to eight the county has increased testing capacity to four hundred test the day entering phase one allows sit down dining at restaurants and bars and salons and barber shops can open while Washington County in Clackamas county plan to submit their re opening request the governor this week Rachel banks the public health director at Multnomah county explains why they're not setting a date to be transparent and to meet expectations and they were moving as fast as we can to safely re open bank says the biggest problem they face is hiring enough people for contact tracing she says they need specific skills include the ability to speak multiple languages understand technology and have a medical background hotels in seaside a re opening next week sees I getting city council voting five to one yesterday giving approval to hotels and other lodging to resume operations city councillors say hotels will be allowed to re open on that date but it's not a requirement if they're not ready on Wall Street the Dow is currently down one hundred thirteen nasdaq down seventy five the S. and P. is down twenty K. E. X. traffic from the public.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Swelling countries in the world United States alone is bigger than those nextel I want to Jonathan with tomorrow we're going to be celebrating Dr king's birthday the news yesterday you either reminded me or inform me of the role of robin Jackson played on Wall Street getting them to celebrate don't worry about that would be good too thank you uncle Frank arm I remember leaving Washington D. seeing are heading towards New York with my father and he says something's missing here he's like this is a great event to so they have the congressional black caucus and they've been great strides here but we need to have a project on Wall Street remove the king was focused on economic justice and so this worry put renewed emphasis on opening up our access to markets and for the first year that we got there when we were going into a one eleven wall St and there was this constant question about should schools be open should schools be close should you go to work should you not how best are on a river Martin Luther king after the king holiday was signed in eighty three by Reagan went into effect in nineteen eighty six well first the words are it was struck down to seventy nine and when president Carter try to bring it to the floor and then seventeen states had signed on to making it a state holiday as well as a national holiday by the way Alabama and Mississippi on this Monday on king staying celebrate Confederates day honoring Robert E. Lee are these last two states but anyway the by the time we got to Wall Street and people to know if they should work or come out and chairman Dick Grasso then the New York Stock Exchange and the largest bank in the world Mr Sanford bar we were all together and my father and asked him a simple the markets are open and use of the brother markets openness it will I don't know so yes chairman degrasso injuring Grosso said arm women I don't know why the markets open arms we're private member organization let me pull the members and I'll get back to you and the good news is the next thing chairman Dick Grasso came as a river in Jackson was unanimously accepted the markets will be closed so there are only two days in Americans with Americans name on it well if you want to say Columbus Columbus river Martin Luther king where the markets are closed and that is like the highest honor did you could possibly still point anyone the first thing we do know all she was a good thing section the ring that became birthday that that was a big deal and then open up thanks for access to capital in Mr technology in deal flow I won't you will lose the call one eight six six five month old one eight six six five nine four four six seven three sorry about that the king's holiday it and what you can do I'm a high school seniors and take your teaches you bring it in when we get over the problem for this demonstration for graduation well listen thank you us I was an album along with John from some of them too month number black eyes tools almost all black not reasonable it's playing phone that's one and then when I see all of these flyers and means that are going up on you king are parties it's enough to make you disheartened so let me stay in courage but please celebrate your party and revere and show some respect to commemorate the life of river Marla thinking do something for social justice do something for your city state your community something bigger than your family giving yourself make a for your family to something being you know it's interesting something just came across my Twitter feed just a few hours ago when we put up the lead the polls Richard Chapman and I think that he meant well in answer to the question about you know we have doctor king's goals been met he said what gold little white boys a girl and girls and little black boys and girls walking hand in hand being judged by the content of my character equal pay housing education banking we've come a long way but we still have a long way to go it seems to me he's he didn't mention the Civil Rights Act of the voting rights act you know what was in that time blacks should go to Stone Mountain one day a week on Monday Liz Weiss says some specially built over the he's a usually rules the steam steam boat based on your car is in the basement that limit is when your color it was his point is that been taken out of context it means so much for many people his phone was we do that the day he gave a speech in Washington this law the law that the Merrill within using a public bathroom we couldn't take along the pictures to the journal of the capital's goodbye from the holding and we could not with me that when they have the right to the function and so it was a is the big fight is the part that the day he'd be by things able registration but also finding it seems on the mandible in many ways our new apps on the man and the fullness of the vote of the those who Brigitte removal on them the boat those soon the other way is to eliminate blacks who have nibbled to help on the mat feed me focus on voter registration voted and for the protection what do you think that he would be pushing them you know we lost with thirty four million voters Jonathan F. and perched between twenty fourteen twenty eighteen and yet you hear what you said it's painful to hear people say that they won't vote but they won't get registered to vote how would you make that appeal to people who won't vote or to say that their vote does not matter well they always say your vote doesn't matter and be I think it's incumbent upon the candidates to articulate that message our king it also made mention of of the person who's been blocked from voting verses the person in Manhattan it feels as if they have nothing to hold for so the party has to make an overture and say this is what's in it for African American women not all minorities not everybody but this is what this means you can say these are blue dog Democrats these are some of the Republicans these are some of the moderates we're not a monolithic group of people they can't keep coming back filling up black churches on the Sunday before the Tuesday election before you never see them again and and keep giving us tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow we can't keep telling us are one of safer streets lower taxes better schools more jobs come on man everybody's heard the same thing and you look at the black community go down for card will go down every king Boulevard in America you see the same thing we have been neglected we've had some bipartisan betrayal yes are bold manners but those Confederate forces are not stopping so we have to get our courage from noon and we will fight make a stance you mean to tell me you want to do more than sway to the music when they come into the place let us go to their churches invite us Max's chairman finance committee makes the world a few calls Wall Street and respond that's the boat that's hopeful one becomes woman from Florida from Texas US of Sheila Jackson Lee as she speaks well sooner rather has to listen many Thompson Mississippi will do this and so that is is really about empowerment he for the big issue the the so we'll do you realize that gives users use us and I say to new shoes everyday is a good good good to be the year which was one of his all day we give us the right to vote in Pembroke those survey came birthday hell Nedry has left for the propane gas does Susan jailed on the eighth of October room was a reason though as Louise Erdrich because all along and less is only billed reserve wonder if you can vote on the ball for the Jersey yeah you you little sister and me they realize that the vote allowed in the book of judges they are in the end the people the the they interact with directly that will determine who they are and their school system without giving an education if they're full citizens there was no citizenship education for them well you know what everybody let's talk about river document with the king today what do you make of his true legacy means we continue to look at that I have a dream speech okay then look at but have did you see the beginning of it said America you have written us a check and it has bounced Dominique his legacy right both legacy but hell legacy in immense love the MVPs against the walls it abroad does the the substance of his legacy more of people live with raven Jesse Jackson once you the MLK breakfast tomorrow morning you're the highest at the Hyatt so please come on down to seventeenth of these kids to college more beautiful I'm just a few minutes coming up we'll have a closing thought from Reverend Jesse Jackson right here on keep hope alive.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"According to people familiar with the matter who spoke to Bloomberg let's bring in Bloomberg opinion columnist Timothy o'brien now on his column trump is cornered by the Saudi drone attacks what do you mean by that. well I think the president has found himself in a position that I I think it's gonna be difficult for him to navigate his way around because there are so many unusual forces at work in this in this instance your you have obviously this this putting it heads between Iran and Saudi Arabia you have a son in Iranian proxy in the who sees involved in the drone attack you had president trump who just recently can his hawkish national security adviser John Bolton and then open the door to the Iranians and with that tore open the Iranians possibly stepped in and decided to launch a strike at a Saudi oil field on the eve of a ram because plans for an IPO so the it's it's got oil it has money it has geo politics and as a president who's in deeply unfamiliar territory in his tweets Tim trump talked in terms of what we and waiting to hear from Saudi Arabia before taking action. all right that there was a very unusual tweak you know he said he the president said that he you know he was locked and loaded and he will wait essentially further instructions from the Saudis about what to do next and the the the it's an unusual tweet because he was actually saying is putting the most powerful military force in the world at the disposal of the Saudis that they would go into motion when the Saudis are ready for that to happen that's not what our military is traditionally existed for and and I think that it once again it throws into highlight this issue of the president talking tough and and and being willing to be brusque on the international stage but then what ends up happening is is often not follow up you saw that in June with the run he he he ordered a military strike in a round of last minute he cancelled that and and I don't think the president authentically wants to be militarily involved in in any of these countries but he also can't discipline himself from essentially being macho and and and tough talking as much as he can and this is he's got to be awkward for him because of the shogi killing and you know sort of standing up for the Saudis when we question whether we shouldn't be doing business with them yeah Bob Paul awkward is a very polite word I I think that it's it's beyond awkward he you know that the trump administration has turned a blind eye to Saudi atrocities in the in war both sides of that war have engaged in very very ugly human rights violations civilians are getting a targeted as part of that conflict there's there's no Boy Scouts involved in that one but the trump administration to the irritation of of many senior members of Congress have turned a blind eye to that and of course as you mentioned the murder. of of Jamal Khashoggi a Saudi journalist and dissident but the president essentially gave the Saudis a pass on that end and this is in keeping with with how his band towards authoritarian regimes globally whether it's North Korea Russia or the Saudis and apps that could work in the long run I don't know that it's in the U. S. is interest to constantly look away from things that run against our values does he have any interests in Saudi Arabia or with Saudi Arabia well the the Saudis have been big buyers over the years of trump condominiums Jared Kushner has has had his own more recent forays in into business relationships with throughout the Arab world actually and and it raises the specter that's existed within the White House in the beginning the trump administration which is where does the president's own financial interests sis and we're the national interests be again and and what's he doing to draw a fine clear line there so when you have international geopolitical conflagrations like this no one is doubting what his motives are just follow the heading of I told you so. hello you know I'm not gonna take that thing but I you know I I think we have to I think this is a moment which U. S. institutions have to stand up and searched themselves. thank you so much as always that's Tim o'brien he's the executive editor of Bloomberg opinion you can read more on this and other stories from Bloomberg opinion at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion and on the terminal by typing in old P. I. N. go coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and law we're going to be talking about Felicity Huffman's sentence two weeks in the college admissions scandal what does that tell us about the sentences of the other parents who pled made a deal and those who say they're going to trial but first Bob moon is the latest world and national headlines June Saudi Arabia says preliminary findings show Iranian weapons were used in the attack on one of its key oil installations but stopped short of directly blaming around for the attacks Richard Chapman reports from Washington whatever their exact role the Iranians are pressing Europe two of a U. S. sanctions Michael o'hanlon of the Brookings Institution said in a Bloomberg interview assuming that is Iranian technology and probably Iranian instigation whether a Ron pull the trigger so to speak or not Iran is trying to drive up world oil prices because the US sanctions are working they're applying very severe pressure handling added that slowing the U. S. economy by raising the price of gasoline might also in Iran's you reduce the likelihood of Donald trump's re election in Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio democratic congressman metros of New York he is calling for the secular family to be quote charge like the drug dealers they are on quote their company produ pharma made billions of dollars in filling the prescription painkiller oxycontin filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy this past weekend it's facing more than twenty six hundred lawsuits over the opioid crisis the tentative deal does not include any admission of wrongdoing and would allow for due to continue to make oxycontin rose calling for criminal charges to be filed against the second family says he wants their wealth confiscated in this country you should not be able to become a. there by killing people rose says the second family has goals to demand that they get to keep on selling their drugs lawyers representing local government say claims seeking damages from the drug industry for the opioid crisis will continue global.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens president trump was conspicuously absent from meetings on climate change and bio diversity at the G. seven gathering that ended Monday in France as NPR sprinkling fit reports the trump administration aid represent the US at the meetings White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said the president had scheduled meetings with leaders of Germany in India so senior administration official attended in its place micro said trump back to leaders efforts to tackle the fires burning through an area of the Amazon which is twice the size of France you shouldn't interpret the American presidents absence Michael said the US are with us on bio diversity and on the Amazon initiative the seven leaders agreed to create a twenty million dollar emergency fund to help stop the forest fires president trump has been at odds with other G. seven leaders on climate change he announced US plans to pull out of the Paris climate accord in two thousand and seventeen Frank liked NPR news barrettes president trump says he's open to meeting with his Iranian counterpart to resolve the standoff over Tehran's nuclear program trump says progress can be made although it may take a while French president Emmanuel macron says he hopes the two leaders will meet in the coming weeks a chrome says G. seven leaders agree that Iran needs to meet its nuclear obligations maybe getting ready to launch a rocket into space and Pierce Jeff from feel reports on what would be Tehran's third launch attempt this year commercial satellite imagery from the company planet shows the launch pad it around imam Khomeini Space Center has gotten a fresh coat of paint as of August twenty fourth the pad is now bright blue together with other recent images showing lots of activity at the site around seems to be getting ready to launch something into space according to Dave Schmirler an analyst at the Middlebury institute we're getting close to a launch but exactly when that will happen I can't tell you if it happened it would be the third such launch attempt this year rockets launched in January and February both failed before reaching orbit the trump administration accuses Iran of using its space program to develop long range ballistic missiles Iran insists its intentions are peaceful Jeff from feeling peer news Washington Johnson and Johnson and its affiliates are preparing to appeal of five hundred seventy two million dollar court judgment a judge in Oklahoma ordered the drug company to pay that amount for aggressively marketing addicted to pain killers and understating the risks a large grass fire in Portland Oregon is threatening homes and businesses city Byron rescue lieutenant Richard Chapman says it's a wind driven blaze that's moving fast this is I believe a five alarm now which is going to be most.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm she's Stevens president trump was conspicuously absent from meetings on climate change and bio diversity at the G. seven gathering that ended Monday in France as NPR's Frank length it reports the trump administration aid represent the US at the meetings White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said the president had scheduled meetings with leaders of Germany in India so senior administration official attended in its place micro said trump back to leaders efforts to tackle the fires burning through an area of the Amazon which is twice the size of France you shouldn't interpret the American presidents absence Michael said the US are with us on bio diversity and on the Amazon initiative the seven leaders agreed to create a twenty million dollar emergency fund to help stop the forest fires president trump has been at odds with other G. seven leaders on climate change he announced US plans to pull out of the Paris climate accord in two thousand and seventeen Frank Lankford NPR news purists president trump says he's open to meeting with his Iranian counterpart to resolve the standoff over Tehran's nuclear program trump says progress can be made although it may take awhile French president Emmanuel macron says he hopes the two leaders will meet in the coming weeks background says G. seven leaders agree that Iran needs to meet its nuclear obligations about maybe getting ready to launch a rocket into space and Pierce Jeff from feel reports on what would be Tehran's third launch attempt this year commercial satellite imagery from the company planet shows the launch pad it around imam Khomeini Space Center has gotten a fresh coat of paint as of August twenty fourth the pad is now bright blue together with other recent images showing lots of activity at the site around seems to be getting ready to launch something into space according to Dave Schmirler an analyst at the Middlebury institute we're getting close to a launch but exactly when that will happen I can't tell you if it happened it would be the third such launch attempt this year rockets launched in January and February both failed before reaching orbit the trump administration accuses Iran of using its space program to develop long range ballistic missiles Iran insists its intentions are peaceful Jeff from feeling peer news Washington Johnson and Johnson and its affiliates are preparing to appeal of five hundred seventy two million dollar court judgment a judge in Oklahoma ordered the drug company to pay that amount for aggressively marketing addicted to pain killers and understating the risks a large grass fire in Portland Oregon is threatening homes and businesses city Byron rescue lieutenant Richard Chapman says it's a wind driven blaze that's moving fast with that I believe the fire alarm now which is going to be most of the engines and trucks we have in the city Chapman says some roads have been closed and residents within a twelve block radius of the flames are being told to stay indoors close the windows and shut off their air conditioners you're listening to NPR news nineteen states and the district of Columbia are suing the trump administration over plans to change a federal agreement on how long the government can detained migrant children the administration wants to remove court oversight so that families can be kept in detention longer than the twenty days currently allowed under the nineteen ninety seven floors agreement meanwhile the government is also eliminating special status for most migrants wanting to stay in the US while day or family members are dealing with hardships including lifesaving medical care the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints is clarifying its policy against guns in church it handbook stated that firearms were inappropriate in church as Rosie Hernandez reports from member station Casey we are the change to police that nearly all the full fire arms are now banned the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints handbook was recently updated to prohibit fire arms whether they're concealed or not in its buildings the handbook which can be found online only makes an exception for law enforcement officers church officials did not respond to requests for comment the Mormon religion is based in Utah which has traditionally been gone friendly the state's concealed carry laws allow guns in public spaces like schools and parks churches are allowed to ban guns but to do so they must notify the public and the state's department of public safety its website says the only other faith in Utah that bans guns at its churches is the wall such Presbyterian church for NPR news I'm mercy Hernandez and Salt Lake City Wall Street stocks closed higher the Dow gained two hundred sixty nine points this is NPR news in Washington support.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens president trump was conspicuously absent from meetings on climate change and bio diversity at the G. seven gathering that ended Monday in France as NPR sprinkling fit reports the trump administration aid represent the US at the meetings White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said the president had scheduled meetings with leaders of Germany in India so senior administration official attended in its place McCall said trump back the leader's efforts to tackle the fires burning through an area of the Amazon which is twice the size of France you shouldn't interpret the American presidents absence Michael said the US are with us on bio diversity and on the Amazon initiative did you suddenly is agreed to create a twenty million dollar emergency fund to help stop the forest fires president trump has been at odds with other G. seven leaders on climate change he announced US plans to pull out of the Paris climate accord in two thousand and seventeen Frank like that NPR news the arrests president trump says he's open to meeting with his Iranian counterpart to resolve the standoff over Tehran's nuclear program trump says progress can be made although it may take a while French president Emmanuel macron says he hopes the two leaders will meet in the coming weeks from says G. seven leaders agree that Iran needs to meet its nuclear obligations around maybe getting ready to launch a rocket into space and Pierce Jeff from deal reports on what would be Tehran's third launch attempt this year commercial satellite imagery from the company planet shows the launch pad it around imam Khomeini Space Center has gotten a fresh coat of paint as of August twenty fourth the pad is now bright blue together with other recent images showing lots of activity at the site Iran seems to be getting ready to launch something into space according to Dave Schmirler an analyst at the Middlebury institute we're getting close to a launch but exactly when that will happen I can't tell you if it happened it would be the third such launch attempt this year rockets launched in January and February both fail before reaching orbit the trump administration accuses Iran of using its space program to develop long range ballistic missiles Iran insists its intentions are peaceful Jeff from feeling peer news Washington Johnson and Johnson and its affiliates are preparing to appeal the five hundred seventy two million dollar court judgment a judge in Oklahoma order the drug company to pay that amount for aggressively marketing addicted to pain killers and understating the risks a large grass fire in Portland Oregon is threatening homes and businesses city Byron rescue lieutenant Richard Chapman says it's a wind driven blaze that's moving fast this is I believe a five alarm now which is going to be most of the engines and trucks we have in the city Chapman says some roads have been closed and residents within a twelve block radius of the flames are being told to stay indoors close the windows and shut off their air conditioners you're listening to NPR news nineteen states and the district of Columbia are suing the trump administration over plans to change a federal agreement on how long the government can detain migrant children the administration wants to remove court oversight so that families can be kept in detention longer than the twenty days currently allowed under the nineteen ninety seven floors agreement meanwhile the government is also eliminating special status for most migrants wanting to stay in the US while day or family members or dealing with hardships including lifesaving medical care the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints is clarifying its policy against guns in church it handbook stated that firearms were inappropriate in church as Rosie Hernandez reports from member station can you we are the change to place that nearly all the full fire arms are now banned the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints handbook was recently updated to prohibit fire arms whether they're concealed or not in its buildings the handbook which can be found online only makes an exception for law enforcement officers church officials did not respond to requests for comment the Mormon religion is based in Utah which has traditionally been gone friendly the state's concealed carry laws allow guns in public spaces like schools and parks churches are allowed to ban guns but to do so they must notify the public and the state department of public safety its website says the only other faith in Utah that banned guns at its churches is the Wasatch Presbyterian church for NPR news I'm worse your Hernandez in Salt Lake City Wall Street stocks closed higher the.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Message of the forty other states that have filed similar lawsuits against opioid makers we dare not home when you can do it elsewhere Johnson Johnson is released a statement saying it plans to appeal Ribeiro ABC news tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic and could become a category one hurricane as early as tomorrow police in South Florida tomorrow expected to officially announce charges against several nursing home employees for the deaths of a dozen patients and twenty seventeen from Hollywood here very happy Ben Cardin correct and just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator all may would you be if somebody did take your your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relative say felt like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably manslaughter becomes ABC news what started out as a grass fire in Portland Oregon is now a five alarm that is burned a home the grass fire is still threatening other other homes so we actually have more than one operation happen we have to command structure sensually lieutenant Richard Chapman says the fire which also spread to a skate park is being driven by the wind a Spanish management the past seventy six days paddling some twenty five hundred miles across the Pacific when the US west coast to Hawaii standing on a submarine shaped craft Antonio dealer so listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm Jill Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. C. K. F. California in eighteen other states are suing the trump administration over child migrant detention the suit challenging a proposed change to the way immigrant children are held by federal authorities last week the White House said it was scrapping in nineteen ninety seven legal arrangement the so called for a.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hunter's message to the forty other states that have filed similar lawsuits against opioid makers we dare not go home and you can do it elsewhere Johnson Johnson is released a statement saying it plans to appeal Ribeiro ABC news tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic and could become a category one hurricane as early as tomorrow police in South Florida tomorrow expected to officially announce charges against several nursing home employees for the deaths of a dozen patients and twenty seventeen from Hollywood Hills rehab a second man cardiac correct it happened just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator would you be if somebody to take care of your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relative say felt like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably manslaughter becomes ABC news what started out as a grass fire in Portland Oregon is now a five alarm that is burned a home the brass wire is still threatening other other homes so we actually have more than one operation happen we have to command structure essentially lieutenant Richard Chapman says the fire which also spread to a skate park is being driven by the wind a Spanish management the past seventy six days paddling some twenty five hundred miles across the Pacific when the US west coast to Hawaii standing on a submarine shaped craft Antonio dolorosa listening to ABC news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit and how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home well not long ago a thirty nine year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent twenty million dollars in three years to find the best home based business in North America he researched seventy different companies and we found the only one that had a real long term potential he bought it and right now he's looking for people to help him turn this company into its next billion dollar success story so if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on WTVN

"Message of the forty other states that have filed similar lawsuits against opioid makers we don't know call home and you can do it elsewhere Johnson Johnson is released a statement saying it plans to appeal Ribeiro ABC news tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic and could become a category one hurricane as early as tomorrow police in South Florida tomorrow expected to officially announce charges against several nursing home employees for the deaths of a dozen patients and twenty seventeen from Hollywood Hills very happy a second man cardiac correct it happened just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator all may would you be if somebody did take your your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relative say felt like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably manslaughter becomes ABC news what started out as a grass fire in Portland Oregon is now a five alarm that is burned a home the grass fire is still threatening other other homes so we actually have more than one operation happened we have to command structure such like lieutenant Richard Chapman says the fire which also spread to a skate park is being driven by the wind a Spanish management the past seventy six days paddling some twenty five hundred miles across the Pacific when the US west coast to Hawaii standing on a submarine shape craft Antonio dealer so listening to ABC news Democrats in the Ohio house of launched a common sense gun safety website house leader Emelia strong sites another democratic lawmakers announcing the launch Monday in order to provide resources for a high winds to quote get involved in hold legislature.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on KOMO

"Message of the forty other states that have filed similar lawsuits against opioid makers we don't know home when you can do it elsewhere Johnson Johnson is released a statement saying it plans to appeal Bryan Burrough ABC news tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic and could become a category one hurricane as early as tomorrow police in South Florida tomorrow expected to officially announce charges against several nursing home employees for the deaths of a dozen patients in twenty seventeen from Hollywood here very happy a second man cardiac correct it happened just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator would you be if somebody to take care of your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relative say fought like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably manslaughter becomes ABC news what started out as a grass fire in Portland Oregon is now a five alarm that is burned a home the grass fire is still threatening other other homes so we actually have more than one operation happen to command structure essentially lieutenant Richard Chapman says the fire which also spread to a skate park is being driven by the wind a Spanish mana spent the past seventy six days paddling some twenty five hundred miles across the Pacific when the US west coast to Hawaii standing on a submarine shaped craft Antonio dealer so you're listening to ABC news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit and how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago a thirty nine year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent twenty million dollars in three years to find the best home based business in North America he researched seventy different companies and when he found the only one that had a real long term.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Message of the forty other states that have filed similar lawsuits against opioid makers we dare not go home and you can do it elsewhere Johnson Johnson is released a statement saying it plans to appeal prime burl ABC news tropical storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic and could become a category one hurricane as early as tomorrow police in South Florida tomorrow expected to officially announce charges against several nursing home employees for the deaths of a dozen patients and twenty seventeen from Hollywood here very happy a second man cardiac correct happened just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator would you be if somebody to take care of your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relatives say fought like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably manslaughter becomes ABC news what started out as a grass fire in Portland Oregon is now a five alarm fire that has burned a home the grass fire is still threatening other other homes that we actually have more than one operation happened we have to command structure says like lieutenant Richard Chapman says the fire which also spread to a skate park is being driven by the wind a Spanish management the past seventy six days paddling some twenty five hundred miles across the Pacific from the US west coast to Hawaii standing on a submarine shape craft Antonio dealer so you're listening to ABC news let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents which.

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Have you checked out my new show not guilty yet? If you haven't you should give it a listen, it examines controversial criminal cases and tries to determine why solid evidence doesn't always lead to a conviction. It's the perfect podcast. If you love true crime stories with huge twists and turns search for an subscribe to not guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Stars twinkle above a small college campus on the street outside the student union a woman hurries to the bus stop arriving just after the last bus departs, she shakes her head and starts fishing coins. From her purse for the pay phone just as she's about to call her roommate and old car pulls up a handsome dark haired man rolls down the window. Does she need a ride maybe missing the bus isn't so bad after all, but what starts out as a friendly conversation quickly becomes uncomfortable. The man quotes a bible verse to scold her for having her ears pierced, then he asks if she's menstruating by now they're on a dark rural back road. She doesn't recognize she isn't even sure whether they're headed in the right direction. Suddenly the driver slams on the breaks before the woman can react. She feels the cold metal of pistol press to her forehead. He. Doesn't shoot the girl realizes he has a much longer evening in mind. I'm Greg Poulsen. This is serial killers on the parkas network. Every Monday, we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today, we're going to peel back the layers behind the terrible crimes committed by John. Norman Collins known as the coed killer not to be confused with Edmund Kemper, a serial killer also known as the coed killer. I'm here with my co host, Vanessa Richardson. Hi, everyone at par cast were grateful for you, our listeners, you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help we also now have merchandise had depar- cast dot com slash merch. For more information. John Norman Collins likely killed at least seven people in Michigan between nineteen sixty seven and nineteen sixty nine. He's best known for obstructing young women from college campuses and subjecting them to horrific torture, sometimes for days this week will cover John's early life first murders and the rising panic in his small Michigan town as police struggled to track him down next week will cover his final murders and the culmination of the investigation that led to his capture in nineteen sixty nine John Norman Collins was born John Norman Chapman in Windsor Canada on June seventeenth nineteen forty seven. He had two older siblings. Jerry and Gayle Chapman. Right after John was born his father, Richard Chapman, abandoned, the family. His mother Loretta struggled to raise three young children on her own and supported her. Family by taking a string of odd jobs after a year. She met an older man whose name is not known. They married quickly wrote. His new husband was an abusive alcoholic. He spent long hours at local bars and beat

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

11:46 min | 3 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"And I'm going to be speaking to light speed in a minute here because Maza so far away this eight minute delay. So there's this weird thing we they like it's coming down. It's about to land at land. And it's and that'll already happened eight minutes ago. It's weird. It's like is like the space time continuum as little screwed up. Uh-huh. And so it just want to say, I I know you're very fast. You can go round the world thinks seven times per second. Very very fun. But. The universe is very large compared to the size universe. Very slow. I wish you a I it's like, a supercharge. I wish you a bit of what you did. So now, you're you you wish that light wasn't was better. And yeah. And it's speed and fastness I think we can we can look at from here that what tests or won't be satisfied. Even let speed isn't right. That's true wasn't fast enough for Han solo. And it's not fast enough for you. We're going to have to break come on late. But it's pretty it's pretty darn cool. Man, it's going to send so the probe as it goes down every nineteen and a half inches going to generate a pulse of heat. It's going to learn some stuff about Mars gonna go down another nineteen inch bolt. Polcy? It's going to learn all kinds of good things on his way down. I'm I'm excited by it. Giddy. Grooving? I mean, it's not just the probing of the Mars. But I think like it's cool to see like they they had success. You know, we're still the only country that's actually landed anything on Mars. You know that right? Like people have tried. I didn't know that. Did the crash crashes? They they also did something experimental where they had to cube satellites orbiting around Mars that we're going to relay the radio signals using. I think it was expand. It's a much more accurate. You can send a lot more bandwith across using these cubesats. They didn't know if they would work and they worked perfectly. So now the information that comes back they can send a lot more information back to earth. And it's you don't have to do as much processing of it. You don't lose as much integrity of the information. And so it sounded like so when forward when the joint MAs robot comes in and cry. Russia's this thing we're going to be able to get in full. So imagine this this probe is sixteen feet deep. What if everything that lives on Mars lives, pride at fifteen isn't all of a sudden like the last little thing. I just wanted to my seal. Yeah. Like breaks through we're done with it. And then the Mars on racks open, and then the then the Marsha Tuesdays. What we're finding the motions the entire will comes together for the first time in human kun-bae. Yeah. Yeah. And says we're going to give up our castle or maybe Mars is going to be like, all right? You guys found us. Here's the secret message. Maybe that's maybe it'll be a positive thing right now. Of course, being who we are. We will want we won't believe them. And we'll be like sorry. We gotta kill you draw with you. But we found you and imagine if we found life on Mars, I think people would lose their crap personally. I don't think that would go over very well on this planet when they landed the Rovers there was this fake thing. We're Geico basically came in rent. And I started because I thought it was real. My God this multi singer. And my wife is like whatever. No. You don't care if she understood that this was clearly fake or she looked at you look at the picture, I put in the show notes school. That's the first picture is well, though. Where where is it? There's this dust covered image where they can't write to show that there was the Rover was there or the Philander was there and the curvature of Mars the showed that they were in this really actually very nice cleared field. It's almost as if somebody somebody cleared the field for this. Oh, the motions. Well, they landed in like this really giant open space. I saw a picture of it was looking there's some really great great stuff on the NASA website, Phoenix. No, it's real Mel this when actually happen. And it's basically this large what they called like the largest open parking lot on Mars where there weren't weren't a lot of. Yeah. That's well, that's what they're storing. All the tests are not selling the burger joint will to Marshon skating the in and out of the galaxy. We'll be right there. Van nuys. So let me go to the Knicks story he lives in which goes like this that SpaceX has asked for license to do some testing, which I think they change us. Excuse me. The lessons to be just in that beer or over here. So they're going to be going up seize and Dante's they've got some five hundred made a one up season downs. Some five K one. So they're going to test ability to go up season, dancing, hopping. So is this. This is similar probably to the thing. We talked about in the last episode about the when he showed on the Ted stage the testing of the rocket like forty meters, and then landing itself hub, like a very similar thing. Right. And when he does things like this. He tends to strap humorous things to the sides of the rockets in that one. There was like a mannequin up there. And so we'll see what you expect. What do you think they're going to stick on the beach because it's big right? Put them put, you know, model Y or something and they attest the weight capacity. Something like that. And maybe a tesla semi. Hello. Okay. That'd be cool. I thought maybe they would be like string of bunch of space x t shirts together around like one of the Tibetan prayer flags. We're praying for SpaceX 'cause we needed this thing might explode. You know, what's going to be filled with farts? I'm sorry. Yeah. The b- afar it's running on methane me thing. I don't think it's coming actually from farts, though. I think like that's like how do you go and collect enough arts Phillipi F R? I mean, I could I could fill this room, right? Tell them. We're gonna have to get you down. That would be like really small. Yeah. Without I mean, I couldn't fill it like to pressurise voting insane. Right. But you know, I can make you guys leave. That's nuts. Anything else? He goes forward. You let it want to talk about the letters took. Let's go we have any media picks. Maybe pick said last time we didn't mean to pick. I talked about sapiens grant, really a spectacular. Did you talk about it? Or did Tom talk about. I love talk to you were talking about. I talked about say, and I'm going to go to my old -able, and I'm gonna tell you that there is a follow book. So sapiens was about like where we've come from and homo dais is about where he believes that we are going, and it is just as good and fascinating an interesting and lodge homo dates day. I have started and finished reading, I don't know probably a tenth grade history book, I just read all quiet on the western front. Oh, that's a great book and read it in tenth good amazing to like revisit it to be. So and think about like that one person's experience, and then it asks a lot of questions that I got the kindle edition and at the end of it. There's an essay. That's really quite interesting. You know, and then a bunch of questions. So a really nice addition on kindle, again, we don't get any money from Amazon or any of that stuff. But, but I really there are some moments in that book that just make you think whom I God, why do we do this stuff door selves? Now, why do we continue to? I mean, my recollection of my tenth grade sofas at the time. It wasn't that quiet on the western front. No. It wasn't. No it wasn't. It was not. It was not very quite. But the gentleman that they wrote about like he kept going back to the front and they run through the whole thing. Living on the front lines getting injured in what those hospitals were like going back from the hospital going on leave for two weeks. And then having to like go back, and then, you know, his thought process of like, how can I ever be normal again after seeing it's very graphic kennel to very very graphic book and quite powerful. So I I recommend it. And it's kind of amazing coming on the heels of the hundredth anniversary of Ramos's day, which. Enduring World War One on many days ten thousand died now every day, and there's a lot of great things to learn about World War One Dan carlin's hardcore history, a great way to learn about World War One and think about the confluence of technology. Right. We talk about where we are with technology right now, the confluence of like, the horseback riders and the machine guns, the the the muskets and the machine guns were basically fighting entrenches. And like, it's it's basically the best book that represents what it was like to live in the trenches of in World War One choice holding onto my phone because I read another book by Michio Kaku. Who wrote sapiens? No, that's a different different guy. Yes. Oh, well, he wrote something called the future of the mind, which was mind blowing. Yeah. Really good. Okay. 'cause he goes into the biology of neurobiology hearts of the brain. And. Through all of these different variations of our personality of mental disease, bipolar and schizophrenia and of the research being done in neuro stimulation in re-generation and in a I interface fascinating. What's a cool? It's called the future of the mind by Michio Kaku typing. He's a physicist in New York. Oh, yes. I seen this young gentlemen. Let's pull it up here for you. If you wanna sit future of the mind, it's a great book. Let's do some lettuce. So first one is from Richard Chapman. He said this is he's a patron fantastic. Gives us I'd go as possibly the funniest one yet. I actually boost at laughing at mills American exit. Yeah, we did too. But we're like at you. Thank you, not with you. And great shoutout to herald on his lap around Australia. If y he's an ex ninety d-, thank you very much. Nice car, Richard. Mun boming. Women fun episode now the patron just running goes drinking around regarding new silicon versus silicon right? And what I was talking about is the the tests was getting new CPU's made by tesla that are going to be ten times faster than the current CPU's, which should smooth us into this not maybe not level for five but much closer because they're going to be able to take three hundred frames per second instead of thirty frames per second dual processing with our of the new silicone silicone chip that we're talking about. I guess it's silicon is there a different silicone silicon. Oh, that's a good question. Anybody science types? Stump the doctor. I agree. He also says I agree with tesla pickup thing. Which was basically he's mission is to try and change the world. Why would you potentially create all of this effort to make a pickup truck that only three people won't and having seen that pick of drug last night? Right. All the more reason to not mess around with this. Like that thing last night. I'll tell you this. If you're going to spend a seventy thousand dollars on a Ford raptor, like by the Trump because I the revived Riviera. Yeah. Because it's better. It's faster more tour more everything just better and better for the planet. Got a lot. Kuchen still get to be a truck douchebag, but you're driving this the planet. You're welcome Tessler is

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Just Recode something on your phone and Email it with a translation to info at Tremaine, ex dot com will use the best ones. And that's the end of the show. Thanks to Debra meeting for being a special guest where we see you with people's vote demo on the twentieth you will absolutely same the village. In fact, I'm speaking excellent. Will you about say, for these reasons? I'm not out. Yeah. Thanks for coming in listeners. Don't forget. You can get every episode of Romania a day earlier. If you back on the patron crowd funding platform plus small t shirts mugs and a weekly column by one of our panelists, which reminds me go to write this week. Just patchy and remain Romania to find out more. Thanks to in Alex producer, safey. We'll see you next time. Now his team team demon is a monster by Kuna shop and a salute to our latest patriot and Backus. Goodbye. Thanks for me to Tom monk. Robinson, Eddie mills, Richard Chapman, Tim Fennelly, and Danny possibly the champion of the world. Thanks for me running in Erica, rebel, curry, all of shepherd, Mark Adamson Adam, Jackson, and James netted. And from me to Matt Scott? Yes, Matt Scott mock Howson net material. Roseanne Stewart, Sam, Acklin and Stuart Taylor. Thanks Pepa hooking up with Debra many. Thanks. We'll see you next week. Remaining axes prevented by ROY Taylor with Ian Dunton, entree production with by me, people remain is most destruction. Did you hear the news metro PCS is now metro by t mobile. Now you get new plans with unlimited high-speed data all month long. All on the t. mobile network, check out the new metro by t mobile today and discover the smarter way to get unlimited metro by t mobile. That's genius during congestion. The fraction of customers using greater than thirty bucks per month may notice reduce speeds and metro customers may notice recedes vs on t. mobile customers, video streams at forty p coverage, not available in some areas, see store for details and terms and conditions..

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"richard chapman" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"richard chapman" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"Sla ask tesla went back and forth and i was told that if easily took them two weeks to use mine vin to try and figure out if my car could be retrofitted and i said well don't you just say like you know on on whatever april forth we're gonna change all the cars were gonna uses new wiring harnesses we're gonna blah blah blah no they said like every car is an individual it may be less so now but back you know around my vin which is like 12000 at plus change um they were mixing and matching and changing in all this sort of stuff in it turned out after two weeks no i could not upgrade my bumpers well no bumper upgrades for you that's right but that's all right richard chapman another patriotic another pay drawn commented he said awesome first model three video mel thanks for posting good to see your real world use and first impressions keen to hear all about how you go with it in the coming year have a great new year and thanks for all you you've done for the tesla community in 2017 and for your incredible generosity with those kenyan house guess all the best for 2018 and we continue to hear good news from the hospital so that is good good good good healer thank you to everybody who's put their effort their soul yeah helping young ryan yeah and thank you again to all the patriarch's for all of your support last year and for your continued support into this new year of the model three as it were yeah it's great we love y'all and we of doing this for you and so we're gonna start off with a little bit of a story of seafood if you would you like shrimp.

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