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"robert harrington" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hundreds wearing masks staged a die in in front of Elizabeth police department some held photos of black people who died at the hands of police for the NYPD's chief of transportation has died of coronavirus sixty one year old William Morris a three star chief who oversaw the traffic and highway patrol was reportedly placed on life support back in April of the pandemic speak department commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted the SAT announcement tonight on the New York State Thruway there has been a serious crash involving a Massachusetts man is dead after being ejected from his car and then struck by a tractor trailer following a crash state police say forty five year old Robert Harrington of all the Massachusetts struck the guardrail southbound near exit fifteen in Woodbury at about eleven o'clock last night Harrington was ejected onto the highway and then hit by a tractor trailer he was pronounced dead at the scene no word on what caused the accident time to check the traffic there have been a crash on the George Washington bridge on the outbound upper level it did clear all lanes are open at the Lincoln tunnel the inbound sales to pass one lane closed the uptown north to the shut down and out the Holland tunnel we are looking good meanwhile alternate side parking rules will be back in effect for today a serious crash in north Bergen New Jersey totally Avenue closed southbound between tenth street and Secaucus road protest activity in Manhattan still closing northbound Avenue of the Americas at Bleeker street and on the go on this expressway we have an outbound crash at thirty eighth street three lanes closed emergency activity in the left lane in the in bound direction you know no hello to go weather tonight clear low near sixty in the city fifties in the suburbs tomorrow more sunshine on your eighty degrees forecast for both Tuesday and Wednesday mostly sunny skies.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Mel, here's a highlight from coast to coast am on Iheartradio and welcome back to coast to coast George. Noory with the along with Professor James mckinney. We're talking right now. About planet x and he's got an updated book of course, which is planted x update twenty twenty, the real history a planet. This orbit that Robert Harrington was talking about. The came in an interview with Zachariah Sin. So we increased it by about six hundred a miles I guess forty two hundred. Forty two hundred year for six Hundred Years Rather, but that as you said, Jim is not a is not a big jump is. No I mean given what he knew in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six during the interview, he was pretty close because at that point, they had not observed anything they were just looking at the orbits of Unison, Neptune being pulled down, so he was about four worth masses. They knew that they were looking for. And they knew it was down there, so they were looking, and so he went to New Zealand with a relatively small telescope, eight inch astro graph. And so he took pictures, and he came back, and then he went back in every year until nineteen, eighty, nine finally identified the object there, that was moving by doing blink comparison. It's called in the Strana me, and then so he went back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety got another set of photos and finally nineteen ninety-one. They had enough data to determine its are exactly and at that point also I believe that he would have seen what turned out to be the companion. And that was a huge controversial issue also, but the important thing about the companion is that by knowing its orbital period you can calculate the mass of the central object, so they knew that not only were their calculations from and Neptune correct, but they could actually directly measure it, so that was. That was the basis so then he knew it was forty two hundred years new. The orbit was coming in was almost directly with, or they estimate was about a million miles away. That's far lunar distances. But and then there was the question, was there another object also coming in with it, and in nineteen in two thousand fifteen, and then two thousand, fourteen I went down to South America myself. In with a similar type of equipment determined that there was no other object down there. So I proved that he found the only thing that was down there, and that's what it was was. The became the nucleus of Hale Bopp. And Jim the end of the controversy of Planet X. of course is they've said that. Whenever it comes around planet earth, it creates havoc. Tragedy might have caused the flood of Noah. What do you think of that? Well that object was on a very near. It was earth crossing or in a came perpendicular so the. Here's the situation the probability of it. Coming close to Earth is pretty small. but it's if it's on a direct lesion. Course then the probability is one. But that now it's on its way out of the solar system. It'll be back in twenty six about twenty six hundred years so I lost all of that time in its orbital period in one cycle. So if you use that same logic, it was probably they're. Around not forty six hundred years ago, but probably about six thousand years. Would put it right around the time of Noah's flood. Now Zachariah citizens call this planet Nibiru and he claims it's inhabited. What do you think what's what's your guests? Well I think it's inhabited because it's a pretty steaming hot planet because of all the activity. However part of my book. I talk about there was signaling that which measured and this was something. That I determine myself, but it's from my contacts that in the security agencies that they'll. In fact, we're measurements of intelligence signaling that came from the region of the comet and I also in the book talk about why would alien beings be around a big hot comment? And it turns out that it's because they use it for braking and accelerating coming in the solar system and going out of the solar system, they used the magnetic field of the discharge in the comet. That creates a large magnetic field. Make really push against that for breaking and then for accelerating going back out. And so and I. Had contact with people that got are now. Got Space Center. And You know there was just so much going on behind the scenes that once that. They had the LID put on basically in nineteen ninety one in it took a while to piece all this together, but so all I do is say in the book is that there is good evidence that there was intelligence signaling coming from the region of the comet. That's pretty dramatic all by itself this it's exciting. Why isn't made mainstream science astronomers telling us about this planet? X. I mean if it's only two thousand some. Years away in terms of orbits. You'd think they'd be able to find it right. Well yeah, they know the exact orbit and they. Have watching Hale Bopp leave the solar system, so they know exactly where this is, and that's by the way just one object. in the last fifteen years, NASA has discovered hundreds of planets around our solar system, a lot of them small lot of them Pluto sized. But even that's a pretty big object, but what we don't know is the orbits of these objects. And we. I've heard that there are some objects out there that are Pluto that are Jupiter size, and they might be just in harmless orbits. Way Out there. We don't know, but nobody has published Deorbit. Some and we know that there are hundreds of these objects now out in the Cape region that they have discovered. Controversy though still continues, doesn't it? Absolutely, but I just WanNa make it clear that I don't have any information about anything. Impending Right now. Other than in twenty six hundred years does Hale Bopp. Thing.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Mel, here's a highlight from coast to coast am on Iheartradio and welcome back to coast to coast George. Noory with the along with Professor James mckinney. We're talking right now. About planet x and he's got an updated book of course, which is planted x update twenty twenty, the real history a planet. This orbit that Robert Harrington was talking about. The came in an interview with Zachariah Sin. So we increased it by about six hundred a miles I guess forty two hundred. Forty two hundred year for six Hundred Years Rather, but that as you said, Jim is not a is not a big jump is. No I mean given what he knew in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six during the interview, he was pretty close because at that point, they had not observed anything they were just looking at the orbits of Unison, Neptune being pulled down, so he was about four worth masses. They knew that they were looking for. And they knew it was down there, so they were looking, and so he went to New Zealand with a relatively small telescope, eight inch astro graph. And so he took pictures, and he came back, and then he went back in every year until nineteen, eighty, nine finally identified the object there, that was moving by doing blink comparison. It's called in the Strana me, and then so he went back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety got another set of photos and finally nineteen ninety-one. They had enough data to determine its are exactly and at that point also I believe that he would have seen what turned out to be the companion. And that was a huge controversial issue also, but the important thing about the companion is that by knowing its orbital period you can calculate the mass of the central object, so they knew that not only were their calculations from and Neptune correct, but they could actually directly measure it, so that was. That was the basis so then he knew it was forty two hundred years new. The orbit was coming in was almost directly with, or they estimate was about a million miles away. That's far lunar distances. But and then there was the question, was there another object also coming in with it, and in nineteen in two thousand fifteen, and then two thousand, fourteen I went down to South America myself. In with a similar type of equipment determined that there was no other object down there. So I proved that he found the only thing that was down there, and that's what it was was. The became the nucleus of Hale Bopp. And Jim the end of the controversy of Planet X. of course is they've said that. Whenever it comes around planet earth, it creates havoc. Tragedy might have caused the flood of Noah. What do you think of that? Well that object was on a very near. It was earth crossing or in a came perpendicular so the. Here's the situation the probability of it. Coming close to Earth is pretty small. but it's if it's on a direct lesion. Course then the probability is one. But that now it's on its way out of the solar system. It'll be back in twenty six about twenty six hundred years so I lost all of that time in its orbital period in one cycle. So if you use that same logic, it was probably they're. Around not forty six hundred years ago, but probably about six thousand years. Would put it right around the time of Noah's flood. Now Zachariah citizens call this planet Nibiru and he claims it's inhabited. What do you think what's what's your guests? Well I think it's inhabited because it's a pretty steaming hot planet because of all the activity. However part of my book. I talk about there was signaling that which measured and this was something. That I determine myself, but it's from my contacts that in the security agencies that they'll. In fact, we're measurements of intelligence signaling that came from the region of the comet and I also in the book talk about why would alien beings be around a big hot comment? And it turns out that it's because they use it for braking and accelerating coming in the solar system and going out of the solar system, they used the magnetic field of the discharge in the comet. That creates a large magnetic field. Make really push against that for breaking and then for accelerating going back out. And so and I. Had contact with people that got are now. Got Space Center. And You know there was just so much going on behind the scenes that once that. They had the LID put on basically in nineteen ninety one in it took a while to piece all this together, but so all I do is say in the book is that there is good evidence that there was intelligence signaling coming from the region of the comet. That's pretty dramatic all by itself this it's exciting. Why isn't made mainstream science astronomers telling us about this planet? X. I mean if it's only two thousand some. Years away in terms of orbits. You'd think they'd be able to find it right. Well yeah, they know the exact orbit and they. Have watching Hale Bopp leave the solar system, so they know exactly where this is, and that's by the way just one object. in the last fifteen years, NASA has discovered hundreds of planets around our solar system, a lot of them small lot of them Pluto sized. But even that's a pretty big object, but what we don't know is the orbits of these objects. And we. I've heard that there are some objects out there that are Pluto that are Jupiter size, and they might be just in harmless orbits. Way Out there. We don't know, but nobody has published Deorbit. Some and we know that there are hundreds of these objects now out in the Cape region that they have discovered. Controversy though still continues, doesn't it? Absolutely, but I just WanNa make it clear that I don't have any information about anything. Impending Right now. Other than in twenty six hundred years does Hale Bopp. Thing.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Mel, here's a highlight from coast to coast am on Iheartradio and welcome back to coast to coast George. Noory with the along with Professor James mckinney. We're talking right now. About planet x and he's got an updated book of course, which is planted x update twenty twenty, the real history a planet. This orbit that Robert Harrington was talking about. The came in an interview with Zachariah Sin. So we increased it by about six hundred a miles I guess forty two hundred. Forty two hundred year for six Hundred Years Rather, but that as you said, Jim is not a is not a big jump is. No I mean given what he knew in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six during the interview, he was pretty close because at that point, they had not observed anything they were just looking at the orbits of Unison, Neptune being pulled down, so he was about four worth masses. They knew that they were looking for. And they knew it was down there, so they were looking, and so he went to New Zealand with a relatively small telescope, eight inch astro graph. And so he took pictures, and he came back, and then he went back in every year until nineteen, eighty, nine finally identified the object there, that was moving by doing blink comparison. It's called in the Strana me, and then so he went back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety got another set of photos and finally nineteen ninety-one. They had enough data to determine its are exactly and at that point also I believe that he would have seen what turned out to be the companion. And that was a huge controversial issue also, but the important thing about the companion is that by knowing its orbital period you can calculate the mass of the central object, so they knew that not only were their calculations from and Neptune correct, but they could actually directly measure it, so that was. That was the basis so then he knew it was forty two hundred years new. The orbit was coming in was almost directly with, or they estimate was about a million miles away. That's far lunar distances. But and then there was the question, was there another object also coming in with it, and in nineteen in two thousand fifteen, and then two thousand, fourteen I went down to South America myself. In with a similar type of equipment determined that there was no other object down there. So I proved that he found the only thing that was down there, and that's what it was was. The became the nucleus of Hale Bopp. And Jim the end of the controversy of Planet X. of course is they've said that. Whenever it comes around planet earth, it creates havoc. Tragedy might have caused the flood of Noah. What do you think of that? Well that object was on a very near. It was earth crossing or in a came perpendicular so the. Here's the situation the probability of it. Coming close to Earth is pretty small. but it's if it's on a direct lesion. Course then the probability is one. But that now it's on its way out of the solar system. It'll be back in twenty six about twenty six hundred years so I lost all of that time in its orbital period in one cycle. So if you use that same logic, it was probably they're. Around not forty six hundred years ago, but probably about six thousand years. Would put it right around the time of Noah's flood. Now Zachariah citizens call this planet Nibiru and he claims it's inhabited. What do you think what's what's your guests? Well I think it's inhabited because it's a pretty steaming hot planet because of all the activity. However part of my book. I talk about there was signaling that which measured and this was something. That I determine myself, but it's from my contacts that in the security agencies that they'll. In fact, we're measurements of intelligence signaling that came from the region of the comet and I also in the book talk about why would alien beings be around a big hot comment? And it turns out that it's because they use it for braking and accelerating coming in the solar system and going out of the solar system, they used the magnetic field of the discharge in the comet. That creates a large magnetic field. Make really push against that for breaking and then for accelerating going back out. And so and I. Had contact with people that got are now. Got Space Center. And You know there was just so much going on behind the scenes that once that. They had the LID put on basically in nineteen ninety one in it took a while to piece all this together, but so all I do is say in the book is that there is good evidence that there was intelligence signaling coming from the region of the comet. That's pretty dramatic all by itself this it's exciting. Why isn't made mainstream science astronomers telling us about this planet? X. I mean if it's only two thousand some. Years away in terms of orbits. You'd think they'd be able to find it right. Well yeah, they know the exact orbit and they. Have watching Hale Bopp leave the solar system, so they know exactly where this is, and that's by the way just one object. in the last fifteen years, NASA has discovered hundreds of planets around our solar system, a lot of them small lot of them Pluto sized. But even that's a pretty big object, but what we don't know is the orbits of these objects. And we. I've heard that there are some objects out there that are Pluto that are Jupiter size, and they might be just in harmless orbits. Way Out there. We don't know, but nobody has published Deorbit. Some and we know that there are hundreds of these objects now out in the Cape region that they have discovered. Controversy though still continues, doesn't it? Absolutely, but I just WanNa make it clear that I don't have any information about anything. Impending Right now. Other than in twenty six hundred years does Hale Bopp. Thing.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The message and get the tickets are around multifamily units and oftentimes those house immigrant populations and so we did some very very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trojan says a challenge is trying to convey at City Hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the vaping brands Iran's most commonly linked to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain thc the part of marijuana now vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko Ao Smart Cart and Rove Meanwhile Kentucky School district's trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but it is also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys. That have agreed to represent us so any compensation sation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district jewel. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward word. People who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic Democ of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth a new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use use the drug at all a recent second study for the link between marijuana use an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks in cannabis use according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association. If someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining happening whether it's place with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products folks. We're nearly two and a half times. More likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to to invest heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Message and get the tickets around multifamily units and oftentimes house immigrant populations and so we did some very purposeful purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trudging says a challenge is trying to convey that city city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League in Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the vaping brands is most commonly linked to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana that induces a high. Dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalize patients nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko. Oh Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students. But is also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over. Were there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation at the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favorable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewell. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people. People who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth and new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the the drug at all a recent second study for the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific. Information exists on health risks and cannabis cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street and there's no way of determining whether it's place with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products. We're nearly two and a half times. More likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to invest rest heavily and fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric tagged.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And get the tickets around multifamily units and oftentimes those house immigrant populations so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers ars and each unit in three different languages. DRUDGE and says a challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting Russian government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the vaping brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations. Most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had raped liquids that contain. THC The part of marijuana that induces a High Dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalize. His patients nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the title. vaping that's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School Superintendent. intendant Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all along the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us. So any compensation at the attorneys would be based on any kind of favorable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewell Jul.. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously sleep voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth and new study reveals. That young people who use use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the dog at all. Our recent second study found a link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks and cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Montana ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to Invest Heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric tagged off the public service. This commission.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The message and get the tickets are multifamily. Units oftentimes those house immigrant populations and so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trojan says a challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there are major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on. How how to advance racial equity through local government? This is p. n. s. the CDC is named the brand most commonly linked to hospitalizations. Most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana that induces a high dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC Work Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone on explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district refunds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favorable we'll judgment or settlement at the district jewel. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people. Who already were smokers? Last week the Fayette okay. At County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth breath and new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the dog at all. A recent study found the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street and there's no way of determining whether it's lace with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke. The people who did not use marijuana Montana ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to invest heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from from Eric..

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Th two thousand nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. The FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an Act of terrorism. We are looking very hard at uncovering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right. That's Rachel Rojo special agent in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Royal Saudi Air Force who was a student of naval flight training at Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty two Saudi nationals in the US for military training provided under security cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three sailors were killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured. Ultra Ronnie was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats. What's on the house? Judiciary Committee released a fifty five page report Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald Trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached and said leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide. President trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. A lot of your the real estate business because I know you very well brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for me you have no choice. Did use credit counselling America said. His remarks were deeply offensive and they repeated negative stereotypes that had been used historically to target Jews. Some said trump was also essentially suggesting that American Jews should necessarily be supportive supportive of Israel and the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the Anti Semitic dual loyalty cliche often used to attack us in the US and other countries he's the president's stance on immigration is apparently behind a nativity scene in southern California. That's causing a stir. The display at Claremont United Methodist Church depicts. Jesus Mary Orient. Joseph as a family separated at the US Mexico border now to Minnesota where some local governments are adopting to the needs other immigrant and refugee populations which how seen double digit increases in Recent Years Mike Mullen reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick Trudging says they've gone to great lengths to make sure these residents have a positive interactions with city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where to park during snow emergencies. oftentimes where it is most I impacted where. There's no parking options where people don't get the message and get the tickets are around multifamily units and oftentimes house immigrant populations and so we did some very very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit. Three different languages Trojan says a challenge is trying to convey. That City Hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the vaping brands brand's most commonly linked to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana That induces a high. Dang vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko Ao Smart Cart and Rove Meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but but his also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue this all on the backs of the attorneys. That have agreed to represent us so any compensation the station that the attorneys get will be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district. Jewel the most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward board people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking. What it called an epidemic Emiko of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth a new study reveals that young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke? Compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent second study followed the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks in cannabis use according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street and there's no way of determining Germany whether it's place with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products six were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies. Twenty Year Plan to to invest heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric.

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And get the tickets are around multifamily units in oftentimes those house immigrant populations and so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trudgill says a challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition to outreach. Roseville is working with the League in Minnesota cities in a national programmed rammed train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the name brands most commonly linked To hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana that induces a high dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko smart cart. Heart and Rove me won't Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but has also draining resources. Sources Nadia Ramleh. Gone Explains Bullet County School Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing waiting to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewel. The most popular eat. Cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of Nicotine Addiction N. among students in the Commonwealth and new study reveals that young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent study flooding between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems in young adults. Not much scientific information exists on health risks in canvas according according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace the PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products. Were nearly two you and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana. Montana repairs are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to invest heavily in fossil. All fuels.

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05:04 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Th twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. The FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an act of terrorism looking very hard at uncovering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right. That's Rachel Rojo special agent in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force who was a student of naval flight training at the Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty two Saudi the nationals in the US for military training provided under a security cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three sailors killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured. Alpaca Dirani was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats on the House. Judiciary Committee released to fifty five page report Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald trump trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached and said leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide. President trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. A lot of your the real estate business because I know you very well you brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for him. You have no choice did you. Democrat Council of America said. His remarks were deeply offensive and that they repeated negative stereotype that had been used. Historically target Jews some said trump was also essentially suggesting ousting that American Jews should necessarily be supportive of Israel and the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the antisemitic dual loyalty cliche cliche often used to attack the US and other countries the president's stance on immigration is apparently behind a nativity scene in southern California. That's causing a stir. The the display at Clermont United Methodist Church depicts. Jesus Mary and Joseph as a family separated at the US Mexico border now to Minnesota where some local governments are adopting in to meet the needs of their immigrant and refugee populations which how seen double digit increases in recent years. Mike Mullen reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick trudging judges. Says they've gone to great lengths to make sure these residents have positive interactions with city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where to park during snow emergencies. oftentimes where it is most impacted where there's no parking options or people don't get the message and get the tickets around multifamily units and oftentimes. Sometimes the listener house immigrant populations so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. DRUDGE and says challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government it. In addition outreach Roseville is working with the League Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is appea-. Ns this is named the vaping brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had slickers that contain thc the part of marijuana that induces a high dank. vapes was the brand used by fifty. Six percent of the hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide vaping. That's not not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but has also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewel. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel rule and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth a new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent second study for the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults it also not much scientific information exists on health risks in cannabis use according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association. If someone's someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to Invest Heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric tagged off. The.

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And get the tickets around multifamily units? oftentimes those the house immigrant populations so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers at each unit in three different languages. We're just trudging says. A challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there are major barriers to trusting government. In addition to outreach reach Roseville is working with the League in Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is P. N. S. S. the CDC is named vaping brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations. Most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana that induces a high dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of hospitalized patients nationwide other products addicts named in the list from the CDC Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful all to the health of their middle and high school students but has also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any on a favorable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewel the most popular e cigarette manufacturer facture maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other their companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth a new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as is likely to have a stroke. Compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent second study found the link between marijuana use and increase risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not not so much scientific information exists on health risks and cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying Kamera one off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to Invest Heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric..

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06:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Will be broadcasting from the event code F.. T. Algae that ten dollars off the already shockingly affordable price for convention in DC. I mean it's unbelievable. Hitchhike down their convictions. And there's not a whole lot of them that are that cheap a sub one hundred dollars day convention in happy done in a city in a in a major city. It's amazing I mean I don't know if they're going to have any kind of bank. You couldn't possibly have banquet dinners for her for this. But we'll see we'll see. I wonder if the organization subsidized the price. Maybe gotta be somebody makes sense to me because they you want people to reach out to. Yeah they really do. They have Maybe the sponsors while they are seventy pro liberty organizations attending so they got some ships framing does probably the line that made me think subsidy serious serious funders not just like that's a great opportunity up perations either. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely for somebody probably cheaper than sending direct mail or whatever absolutely so check it out at Liberty Con Dot Com. We'll see they're a April third through the fifth So going back here just to finish up. This editorial hit piece against the Liberty activists here in New Hampshire who have gotten involved in helping people avoid police checkpoints. And Look I don't discriminate whatever the checkpoints for I don't care if it's Dui or immigration or whatever. I'm against instance. I don't think people should be halted on their way to wherever it is that they are going by some officials bureaucrats who think they know what's best. Yeah people people have this. I think people in some respects have this impression that were or like somehow favoring drunk drivers item not favoring and that's not that's not what anybody is said or is pushing for it. We we certainly don't I certainly drive trunk and I don't think anybody else here drives drunk. And that's not what it's about the the the point of the matter is that these They're just using these as as an excuse to harass people and not for the purposes of actually making anybody safer right. They're the ones interfering with our lives. So when the this editorial board of the Union Leader says when people interfere with such check as they've done in Manchester by warning drivers to turn around or take another out. They're not doing the public any favors. Well they're not doing Republican. He favors by interfering with our right to get to where we needed to go safely without being harassed I can do and the other thing. That's interesting. Is they take the legal positive positive list view of what the police are doing. The courts. Say It's okay the law says it's okay. Well guess what what we're doing the court say it's okay okay. The law says it's okay. The courts paid a judge or they convinced enough that the courts would rule against them. They they paid that they paid dude off so dude meaning Chris. Chris completely spaced on your name or the illegal arrest that they conducted against you. Yes so so the bottom line is the courts would say. Well what what we were doing was legal so what they were doing was legal until they broke the law. It's right by falsely arresting somebody nor the tax payers well-served when they have to Pay To settle lawsuits because an officer made the wrong decision by arresting one of these. Yahoo said I agree with the sentiment. There because the tax payers got screwed in this deal it should would have been Harrington who had to pay fifteen thousand dollars to cop should have had to pay out of his salary. Your or the Insurance Company went out to note also like to point out that the fifteen thousand thousand dollars is nothing in terms of First Amendment case it's most of these other cases where sixty five to over two hundred thousand dollars. They got a deal for you. So the idea idea that we're like stealing money or I don't even know how you would say like like somehow not. We actually did the most favorable thing for the police. So if you're more looking king for a symbolic victory for a lottery ticket. It's just send the message that we're not GONNA put up with this nonsense as tough as it may be at times. The police I need to react as coolly and calmly as possible in these situations. They will enjoy public support especially if they the city are transparent in explaining their policies sees and procedures which they're not know they lie. They lie every single time. They lied on this report by more than one. A A sworn affidavit see he didn't get charged with perjury understood all for any of vacation. Did you guys talk about that night. But years prior to Dow unbelievable. It's not the first time I've seen that either by COPS and but wasn't this a sworn statement it was unsworn falsification. It would be perjury. Yeah Yeah you know it would be interesting is perjury at tort. Doubt it and that's criminal. Isn't it I I. It is criminal. I wonder I don't know if there's a perjury tort but it would be interesting if you went back and you sued the cop himself specifically for perjure. I don't know if they don't think he can. I don't know if I'd given that the settlement included that sort of. Yeah okay I don't know but don't worry if he's lied before he'll lie again. Yeah so the more activists interact with Robert Harrington Manchester's badge number one with video the chances get higher and higher. You'RE GONNA catch him in another lie and this. The reminds of the Laurie list of gay explained that the Laurie List is a is a list of cops who are known to the government to have done things that were sufficiently dishonest as to cast cast doubt on their credibility. And what I'm thinking is really interesting if there was a public like put it on the blockchain and have or on Abe blockchain and have something where if you have an experience with a particular cop you right up. This was my experience. This is what happened and and you just put it out there. The on the blockchain. Now if somebody gets arrested by this cop he can then call the people who have listed complaints about this cop to rebut the cops credibility as a witness by saying well cop lied here. Cop lied here here. Eight hundred fifty five four fifty free like freedom. You can join us here. You can bring whatever you want on free talk live a five four five zero three seven three three. That would be coming up and our Caputo. Cho is the world's foremost conference for voluntariness thinkers and activists held and.

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06:19 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Were there on the other side and you started crossing towards the median. I followed followed you. I was also crossing the media. But you're the first person to go and they start shouting at you. Which is yeah which is funny because you he said that but You know you can't cross your go down and cross over there but you couldn't cross over there because that side of the Road Day closed off illegally. They had shut down the sidewalk. Actually is what you're referring right And what he what he said was when you were crossing. He bellows out something like that back across the road. And you know we're go back where you belong or something like that something very condescending something very rude and they're trying to tell you turn around as they start coming towards you. You're not doing up towards them. You were going to stop on the radio when they start yelling. I already basically reached the the the median pretty much not quite media. But it's basically a it's a median. There's a concrete. There's a legal definition for media. That's not quite him. Okay whatever Yeah Stanton Yeah exactly exactly And I bet if it was like you know mainstream media. They probably wouldn't have a problem with it but because it wasn't they I didn't like it would be interesting to you. Know if you look at the video they came across. They've identified US already and even broadcast over the radio Midday Yeah they broadcasted. They said Chris on the radio before I even cross the street. I'm somebody got recorded that really. I actually have an audio recording. I it should have been on the flash drive that I gave you actually actually oh interesting. I didn't notice so they already identified. So anybody who saying they don't know who you are or what you have in your hand. That's nonsense if you look at the video. He's actually walking down. The Guy who crossed the street that caught the first came over when across the street walked right past. That's starting to go down to a highway. Walked down a long staircase very at the bottom of the staircase. You would've if you'd open the door would have been literally on the highway like an actual high really. Yeah I wondered what was see. You can see from the video this that there's cars cars passing by and so obviously it doesn't go anywhere and if you'd actually tried he would've gotten himself killed because they went down there to scopus out right and he turned around right. Yeah so it's very obvious that once he realized that I don't know I guess once he realized he couldn't continue down the staircase or I don't know what he was thinking like. Did he thinks that we work in a NO I. I at least noticed it. I don't know if you noticed that at the time but I noticed him go canton right. I certainly noticed it and I was just like I'm pretty sure we may may have even comment. Yeah yeah so it was just. It's in the video but they put the reason I bring mentioned that bring this up is because of so many people make negative comments. About how like well. They don't know who you are. They don't know what it's like. They didn't know what we had argued. densify before US across the street and at one point the officer who accosted you and got your face. By the way this con- this guy closes a fifty foot gap between you and him and and gets literally right up in your face then later accuses you of getting in his face. Yeah and in his sworn affidavit the police report. He claims that he was worried. That you were going to hit him with your video camera but says nothing about something that you had in your other hand. One thing I'd say about this. They're trained in to use those weapons so there's absolutely no excuse. They know they're gonNA use is right. There's no question about the the fact that the COP was targeting the camera for right because of the video and not because like he thought it was a weapon or something. Yeah Yeah. He lied and lied on his. Sworn Affidavit affidavit the reason that's it's part of so part of the reason that in this is what I'm southwest quoted in the union leader as saying is there. Isn't they dropped. The criminal charges was because it what he swore. A two didn't match with what was on the video right So yeah I mean. It's like number one by the way or how much more number one it is. Literally Robert Harrington and we've had a previous interaction with him and when I say we I mean activists general and Derek People's rights again. Then people I'm not doing anything and he just goes up in good dare Jay Freeman During dirge as victimless crime spree we were in Derek Carr in Manchester for some reason and and Dame oh was there and Derek and I and this cop had pulled us over and he actually POPs Open Derek's driver's side. Hi Door at one point. Obviously he wanted to get a whiff. I think of what was happening in the car. I think that was his reason. No problem violating. You're right. Yeah and we called him out four and we got all over his case for Derek actually posted the video on Cop Block Youtube Channel and the thing got shared and it got like six hundred thousand views. There's law and there's plenty of people who commented very negatively like how dare you Blah Blah Blah. You shouldn't talk back. He should have a right to do this. It's not and you know what people have a right to say whatever they want to. But there's also for sure But anyway back it doesn't make them right though that's right and back to the story here from the union leader so now we're going to get into the meat of what their critiques besides claiming we're getting in there COP's face which is false in an age when drunken drugged driving appears to be on the upswing. No hello we already know for a fact and the cops have admitted this in the State House and in quotes by the paper itself that the DWI he w I. R checkpoints are less effective than roving patrols in funding either roaming patrols checkpoints. There's no reason for them to be doing these. WWe truck lanes almost never actually catch trump people at them. Yeah almost never. It's like vehicle movie deal vehicle violations or somebody's got some weed. Yeah those are really the. They're not allowed to do that. Actually the the there's more coming up here. This is that I can definitely say that I have found the best crypto currency wallet. 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06:33 min | 1 year ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The westbound lane the two westbound lanes for the Delightful Street Bridge Street and then on the other side so the eastbound lanes we were there on the other side and you started crossing towards the median. I followed followed you. I was also crossing the media. But you're the first person to go and they start shouting at you. Which is yeah which is funny because you he said that but You know you can't cross your go down and cross over there but you couldn't cross over there because that side of the Road Day closed off illegally. They had shut down the sidewalk. Actually is what you're referring right And what he what he said was when you were crossing. He bellows out something like that back across the road. And you know we're go back where you belong or something like that something very condescending something very rude and they're trying to tell you turn around as they start coming towards you. You're not doing up towards them. You were going to stop on the radio when they start yelling. I already basically reached the the the median pretty much not quite media. But it's basically a it's a median. There's a concrete. There's a legal definition for media. That's not quite him. Okay whatever this yeah Stan. Yeah exactly exactly And I bet if it was like you know mainstream media. They probably wouldn't have a problem with it but because it wasn't they I didn't like it would be interesting to you. Know if you look at the video they came across. They've identified US already and even broadcast over the radio Midday Yeah they broadcasted. They said Chris on the radio before I even cross the street. I'm somebody got recorded that really. I actually have an audio recording. I it should have been on the flash drive that I gave you actually actually oh interesting. I didn't notice so they already identified. So anybody who saying they don't know who you are or what you have in your hand. That's nonsense if you look at the video. He's actually walking down. The Guy who crossed the street that caught the first came over when across the street walked right past. That's starting to go down to a highway. Walked down a long staircase very at the bottom of the staircase. You would've if you'd open the door would have been literally on the highway like an actual high really. Yeah I wondered what was see. You can see from the video this that there's cars cars passing by and so obviously it doesn't go anywhere and if you'd actually tried he would've gotten himself killed because they went down there to scopus out right and he turned around right. Yeah so it's very obvious that once he realized that I don't know I guess once he realized he couldn't continue down the staircase or I don't know what he was thinking like. Did he thinks that we work in a NO I. I at least noticed it. I don't know if you noticed that at the time but I noticed him go canton right. I certainly noticed it and I was just like I'm pretty sure we may may have even comment. Yeah yeah so it was just. It's in the video but they put the reason I bring mentioned that bring this up is because of so many people make negative comments. About how like well. They don't know who you are. They don't know what it's like. They didn't know what we had argued. densify before US across the street and at one point the officer who accosted you and got your face. By the way this con- this guy closes a fifty foot gap between you and him and and gets literally right up in your face then later accuses you of getting in his face. Yeah and in his sworn affidavit the police report. He claims that he was worried. That you were going to hit him with your video camera but says nothing about something that you had in your other hand. One thing I'd say about this. They're trained in to use those weapons so there's absolutely no excuse. They know they're gonNA use is right. There's no question about the the fact that the COP was targeting the camera for right because of the video and not because like he thought it was a weapon or something. Yeah Yeah. He lied and lied on his. Sworn Affidavit affidavit the reason that's it's part of so part of the reason that in this is what I'm southwest quoted in the union leader as saying is there. Isn't they dropped. The criminal charges was because it what he swore. The two didn't match with what was on the video right So yeah I mean. It's like number one by the way or how much more number one it is. Literally Robert Harrington and we've had a previous interaction with him and when I say we I mean activists general and Derek People's rights again. Then people I'm not doing anything and he just goes up in good dare Jay Freeman During dirge as victimless crime spree we were in Derek Carr in Manchester for some reason and and Dame oh was there and Derek and I and this cop had pulled us over and he actually POPs Open Derek's driver's side. Hi Door at one point. Obviously he wanted to get a whiff. I think of what was happening in the car. I think that was his reason. No problem violating. You're right. Yeah and we called him out four and we got all over his case for Derek actually posted the video on Cop Block Youtube Channel and the thing got shared and it got like six hundred thousand views. There's law and there's plenty of people who commented very negatively like how dare you Blah Blah Blah. You shouldn't talk back. He should have a right to do. This is not and you know what people have a right to say whatever they want to. But there's also for sure But anyway back it doesn't make them right though that's right and back to the story here from the union leader so now we're going to get into the meat of what their critiques besides claiming we're getting in there COP's face which is false in an age when drunken drugged driving appears to be on the upswing. No hello we already know for a fact and the cops have admitted this in the State House and in quotes by the paper itself that the DWI he w I. R checkpoints are less effective than roving patrols in funding either roaming patrols checkpoints. There's no reason for them to be doing these. WWe truck lanes almost never actually catch trump people at them. Yeah almost never. It's like vehicle movie deal vehicle violations or somebody's got some weed. Yeah those are really the. They're not allowed to do that. Actually the the there's more coming up here. This is that I can definitely say that I have found the best crypto currency wallet. 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Mac OS Ken

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"You from making the planet more frustrating to making the planet better i o s eleven dot three includes the previously announced health records beta the records beta builds on the existing health app to include encrypted and password protected medical data from across multiple providers at also let those providers share records with each other presumably with the permission of the patients while apple insiders piece on the ios release says the health records bay though was announced with the sport of twelve major health providers it's launched with over three times as many associated organisations as separate peace on the health portion of the release says the feature is now available for patients and thirty nine different health groups covering hundreds of thousands of patients across the united states thirty nine organizations and comments from one hunter dr robert harrington from the department of medicine at stanford is quoted as saying thing people hand you all sorts of things these days and more data almost never bad but when they show up with paper how do you semait that it's a labor intensive very tedious task he calls apple's health records initiative and important maneuver for patient empowerment and the way the world needs to be personally i've been waiting for something like the health records beta for years though there's another ios feature that may be dark horse in the running for gigantic game changer apple insider did a piece so extensive on business chat it was almost as long as the peace it did on the rest of the ios update the peace as the feature is meant to give individuals a streamlined new way to communicate with customer service without wasting time sitting on hold and without reporting the contacts of all their friends the way the piece describes it in the same way that apple news can provide users with a custom curated news feed without tracking and recording their likes and social graph of who they know and what they talk about apple business chat will enable individuals to communicate via messages with customer service teams at verified companies for help with product worders troubleshooting and scheduling appointments all without demanding that they give up extensive reams of personal data and social links.

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"robert harrington" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"robert harrington" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"You from making the planet more frustrating to making the planet better i o s eleven dot three includes the previously announced health records beta the records beta builds on the existing health app to include encrypted and password protected medical data from across multiple providers at also let those providers share records with each other presumably with the permission of the patients while apple insiders piece on the ios release says the health records bay though was announced with the sport of twelve major health providers it's launched with over three times as many associated organisations as separate peace on the health portion of the release says the feature is now available for patients and thirty nine different health groups covering hundreds of thousands of patients across the united states thirty nine organizations and comments from one hunter dr robert harrington from the department of medicine at stanford is quoted as saying thing people hand you all sorts of things these days and more data almost never bad but when they show up with paper how do you semait that it's a labor intensive very tedious task he calls apple's health records initiative and important maneuver for patient empowerment and the way the world needs to be personally i've been waiting for something like the health records beta for years though there's another ios feature that may be dark horse in the running for gigantic game changer apple insider did a piece so extensive on business chat it was almost as long as the peace it did on the rest of the ios update the peace as the feature is meant to give individuals a streamlined new way to communicate with customer service without wasting time sitting on hold and without reporting the contacts of all their friends the way the piece describes it in the same way that apple news can provide users with a custom curated news feed without tracking and recording their likes and social graph of who they know and what they talk about apple business chat will enable individuals to communicate via messages with customer service teams at verified companies for help with product worders troubleshooting and scheduling appointments all without demanding that they give up extensive reams of personal data and social links.

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