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"roselle" Discussed on This Is Love
"So we ran west on Fulton Street and almost immediately wearing golfed in the cloud all of the dirt and the debris in the fine particles of tower two breaking up and collapsing. We knew we had to get out of that. Dust Cloud can so as we were running. I told Rozelle right right cover running on next to a building on our right and I wanted to find the first opening and go into the building I was giving her hand signals and speaking as loud as I could. I don't know whether she could hear me over the noise. I don't know whether she could see my hand signals but suddenly on my right hand side. I heard an opening but obviously Roselle knew what I wanted. She turned right into that opening. She took one step and she stopped and she would not move. Come on Rozelle keep going. She wouldn't move. Can I realized you know? First of all run with the Rozelle and the rest will take care of itself but more important I realized. Maybe she's doing her job. So I investigated with a handle on the wall and stuck out a foot and discover that we were at the top of a flight of stairs. She indeed was doing exactly what she had been trained to do and no matter what I said. She was using the system that we call intelligent disobedience. She wasn't going to let us fall down the stairs. She stopped and she waited until she got the appropriate command to walk forward and go down the stairs. Well before we went downstairs she got a hug and then we went down the stairs. I told her forward and we went down the stairs. We walk down two flights and we found ourselves in this little subway entrance a little arcade entrance to the Fulton Street subway station. At that time Michael. Hurt a woman on the ground asking for help. She said she couldn't see her eyes. Were full of dirt and debris and she was scared she was gonNA fall onto the subway tracks are reached out and took her arm. I said Hey. Don't worry. A. My name is Mike. By the way I happen to be blind but I also you're about ten feet away from the stairs. Going down you're safe. Try to clear out your eyes on. What's your name. She introduced herself and we stood there and she. She talked a little bit. Then this guy comes up from the subway system into our area and he said that his name was Lou. He was an employee of the subway system. And he said I will take you down to an employee locker room. There were about eight or nine of us there and he said I'll take you down to an employee locker room where you can sit there. Benches there's Water Fountain and so wanted. He took us we coughing and hacking and just trying to get the stuff out of our lungs and then a police officer showed up and arrived and said you all need to leave this area now. The heiress better up above. You need to leave right now and didn't wait for a discussion just turned and walked away and we all got up and followed him. Michael and David and the other people from the subway station went back outside. And that's when David told Michael. The Tower two was completely gone. We weren't sure what was going on. Of course and we just walked for a while and then suddenly we heard that freight train waterfall sound again. We thought that probably it was our tower and David. Look back in in. Dd saw dust cloud coming from our tower and he told me there was another desk cloud coming. It was pretty confined so we moved to the side out of the way of most of it. Kind of hunker down waited for the noise and everything to subside and once it did then we stood up. David looked back and he said. Oh my God Mike. There's no world trade center anymore and I said what are you seeing? You said all I see your fingers of fire and flame hundreds of feet tall and pillars of smoke. It's gone it's not there. Michael says his heart broke. Thought about the people still in the tower stairwell that he and Roselle had just come down. We stood there a moment then. I tried to call my wife Karen on the phone this time I was able to get through. And she's the one who I told us how terrorists that hijack two aircraft and crashed them into the towers one into the Pentagon and a fourth was still missing over Pennsylvania. That was the first time we really knew what had happened. Michael and David were exhausted. They needed to find somewhere to go and went to the apartment of one of David's friends. I couldn't really relax I needed to get home. I needed to be with Karen and we were still clearly in shock. That was about one thirty in the afternoon so really. It wasn't until I got home that I was able to. Just slow down and start to truly think about it. How was Roselle when you got home? I mean imagine. She was been just exhausted She she was great. I was just another day at the Office for Rozelle. Obviously a little bit different but she did exactly what she was supposed to do. I did ask the people from guide dogs for the blind a couple of days later veterinarians will this affect her and what? I was told was a well I was. I asked the question. Did anything hit her with which she heard in any way and I said no and they said no probably won't affect her at all because dogs don't do what if nothing bothered her specifically she focused did exactly what she was supposed to do and when it was over for her it was over for her so they don't go back and think about. Oh my gosh. What if I didn't do this or what might happen to me? It's done and the proof. The best proof I can give of that. Is that when we get home that night? I took her harness off expected to take her outside but she immediately ran off grabbed. Her favorite rope bone started playing tug of war with by retired. Guy Dog Linney and so they started playing to trust an animal in an emergency. is remarkable. Thing the trust that that you had for Roselle and the job that she was going to do well. I believe that it's true. Dogs do love unconditionally but they don't trust unconditionally. The difference between dogs and people his that. We've mostly kind of learned in society not to trust which is extremely unfortunate because what it also has caused us to be is not open to trust. I think dogs do not necessarily trust instantly and totally but they're open to the idea of trust and so. When I began working with Roselle justice two years ago I began working with Alamo. My Eighth Guy Dog. We had to form that relationship and I think it takes a year before we truly get to the point where we know. What each other's thinking. If you will where in every sense of the word we create a team that is that close knit and can work that well together and that trusts each other completely so I have learned from working with a number of guide dogs. That absolutely it's about trust and that we can trust each other. So what I what I learned with. Roselle was that level of trust so it was second nature in was automatic to do that. It's it's no more amazing than it should be for anyone but most of us as as pet owners. We love our animals. We love our pets and so on but to. We've really trust them more important. Do we really understand them? Have we taken the time to develop the kind of relationship with them? That results in a complete and total two-way trust and I think mostly we don't see that we see with good guy dog user teams but I think it's something that more people could learn to do and it would help them in their human human existence as well. Michael in Roselle continued to work together and then in two thousand four. Roselle got sick. She contracted a disease called. Immune mediated thrombosis. Pedia something that both humans and and canines can catch and typically. It's caused by either a genetic issue or by ingesting toxin which of course she did on September Eleventh. And that's why. We think that she caught the disease. Don't know but that's what we're sticking with for our our thinking on it. They were able to treat the disease for several years until March of two thousand seven when Roselle retired. She spent her retirement at home relaxing with Michael and Karen in June of two thousand eleven Michael wrote on his website. I have the solemn obligation to inform you that my hero Guide Dog. Roselle passed away last evening. I'm sad of course because I'll Miss Roselle very much. At the end of the post he addresses Roselle. He writes help us to be better people and dogs but most of all be yourself wherever you are. When Roselle retired guide dogs for the blind also retired her name. No future guy dog will ever be named.
"roselle" Discussed on This Is Love
"We got to the thirty first floor David was on the thirtieth floor and he said Hey. I'm on the thirtieth floor. Everything is clear by the way. Firefighters are coming up the stairs. I can see him. Everyone moved to the side and give them a place to go by and I went on down to where David was and I said so. What are you seeing? He said they're carrying oxygen cylinders. Fire axes shovels and all the things that they need to fight the fire about that time the first guy got to us and he stopped. He stopped right in front of me and he said speaking very loud. Hey Buddy you okay. Do you need to speak that? Allow no because blind people. Don't see but we do here but I said no I'm fine. Don't worry about it. Well that's really nice. We're going to send somebody down the stairs which make sure you get out and I said I really don't need any help going down the stairs. I just came down from the seventy eighth floor. We're going on down so that's really nice but we're going to send somebody which blindness doesn't make me incapable of walking downstairs. Typically what people do if they're going to try to help a blind person is grab your arm or they want you to grab their elbow. Which is fine if I need guiding but then when we get to stairs Kinda lift you up so that you don't fall down the stairs you can't get lost going on stairs and there's no greater likelihood that I'm GonNa fall on the stairs if I'm using a dog or a cane then decided person's GonNa fall on the stairs but this gentleman insisted that he had to help and I finally said I've got my guide dog Roselle here. We're doing fine. We really don't need help and he said again. Well that's really nice but we're going to send somebody with a nice dog you got and he starts pending rozelle and it wasn't the time to give him a lecture about don't Peta Guy Dog and harness. The DOG is working. It also wasn't the time to give him a lecture blindness. The problem misconception. That's the problem so finally though I had to get him to allow us to go on and for him to do his job. I said look. I've got my friend David here who can see and we're working well together. So he turned state. You're with him and David Lee Maloney's good and so he said well that's really nice and he gave Roselle a few more pats and Roselle gave him some kisses and on up the stairs he went and we continue down and by the way then. David reassumed his scouting position floor below. Us and again started shouting up what he saw on the stairs when we got to the twenty sixth floor. David said People are passing up bottles of water. Somebody opened a water vending machine. And we'll Mike Bring you a bottom what we're passing up bottles if anybody needs water so. David brought up a bottle and Rosa was getting pretty thirsty with all the people around and we gave. Roselle some water. We made our hands into kind of cups as much as we could. And and she got water we got water and then David reassumed his position and we went on down the stairs. Michael says that more and more firefighters past them. He says that sometimes the people in the stairwell would break into applause for the firefighters. Going up the closer. They got to the bottom the faster Michael wanted to go but it was now very crowded with people. Evacuating on the right and firefighters. Coming up on the left finally Michael was on the second floor and her David call out that he was on the first floor. David yelled up. The sprinklers were on and that Michael should be prepared to run through water. We got to the first floor and it was very noisy. The I described the the curtain is kind of a waterfall. It sounded like a waterfall. And I've been around waterfalls. It sounded like a little waterfall. Or maybe a decent size one. But there's a lot of water that was coming down right in front of me. I picked up Brazil's harness. I told her to go forward us to command called hop which is to speed up and pay attention and we ran through. The water came out the other side into the lobby of one World Trade Center. Michael told Roselle. She done a great job. She rubbed her cheek against his hand. And then David said to Michael. Let's go this guy. Runs up to us and he introduces himself as somebody from the FBI and he would get us where we need to go. My first question was what's going on and he said well there's no time to tell you now. Wish he had for me. Information is important and there wouldn't be anything that he could tell me. That would cause me to panic. As opposed to Hardawy. Do I use that information to stay alive and go where we need to go but I got no information you said we? We can't tell you there's no time follow me and we ran through the complex up an escalator and finally outside as far away as we could be from the twin towers as soon as we got outside. David looked around and said Mike. I see fire and tower to. We didn't know where it came from. I said maybe when our tower tipped because it did tip toward tower to maybe the fire jumped across. We had no clue. They walked north on Broadway and then David asked if they could stop because he could see the fire very clearly in tower two and wanted to take some pictures so we stopped. I called my wife on the phone and could not get through because the circuits were busy as we learn later. Of course people who were up in the towers were saying goodbye to loved ones and I had just put my phone away and David was putting his camera when a police officer yelled get out of here it's coming down now and we heard this rumble. That became this deafening roaring sound. You could hear glass breaking and metal clattering and then this white noise sound of the building just collapsing going straight down people panic then of course they turn and they ran. I turned with Roselle and started running back the way I had come. So now. Running south on Broadway. There was a building on my right and Broadway was on my left hand side and I remember thinking as soon as we started to run. God I can't believe that you've got us out of a building just to have it fallen us. As soon as I thought that in my head I heard voices clearly as you hear me in my head that said. Don't worry about what you can't control. Focus on running with Roselle in the rest will take care of itself and I just felt this immediate sense of security that if we work together we'd.
"roselle" Discussed on This Is Love
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"roselle" Discussed on This Is Love
"I knew by Roselle behavior that we were not in such imminent danger that we could not try to evacuate in an orderly way. I told you what Rozelle was like when she was afraid of thunder. She wasn't doing any of that. She was sitting by my side yawning and wagging her tail looking for scratches and not giving any indication of fear at all and so I wasn't distracted by things that I wasn't seeing was at an advantage of being blind. Maybe and so focused I. They got their guests to the stairs. They knew not to use the elevators. So David Left and took our guest to the stairs. There were five. I believe and I told David when you're done come back and we'll sweep the office and we'll leave. Meanwhile I called my wife Karen at our home in New Jersey and told her that there had been an explosion or something happened. And I said we're going to leave and she said well what's going on. I just said there was an explosion or something we don't know but we'll get out and then I'll call you. David came back. We swept the office tried to power down some equipment discovered. We really didn't think we had the time to do it. All just left and went to the stairs and started down so it's now about eight fifty in the morning four or five minutes after the attack on our tower. As soon as we got into the Stairwell I began smelling an odor. That seemed familiar but I just couldn't place it. It took me about four floors to recognize that what I wished smelling the fumes from burning jet fuel. The same things that I smelled every time I went to an airport. I observed that to people around us and they said Yeah. We were trying to figure out what it is. You're right it's burning jet fuel but we still didn't really know what was going on. We walked down the stairs more. We got down about ten floors and then above us. We heard a voice that yelled burn victim coming through to the side of the stairs. The stairs were wide enough that we could do that. That you could walk two or three abreast so we all move to the outer wall and turn facing toward the inside of the stairwell in this group of people surrounding woman who is very badly burned over. The upper part of her body passed us by. We went down a few floors more and heard the same thing. Burn victim coming through a move to the side and David said that this person was even worse than the other one but they were both able to walk and we're going down the stairs with help. Each floor had nineteen stairs split into two flights. The first flight had ten steps than a landing. Were you turn and nine more steps? Michael says he doesn't normally count steps. It's the dogs job to pause at the top and bottom of each set but on this day Michael Says he did count to occupy his mind. He counted and he listened trying to make sense of what had happened. The other people in the stairwell were quite and focused. There is no cellphone reception so they didn't have any information from outside. They just walked. He said it felt hypnotic unreal. Sometimes the smell of jet fuel went away sometimes. It was very strong. Michael could hear Roselle breathing. She clearly had to sense. That people were afraid and that something was going on. It was important for me to urge her and encourage her to focus and do her job because if she started acting out of the ordinary then my immediate belief would be. There must be something wrong so it was important for me to focus on encouraging her. Good Girl Rosa. What good dog keep going forward? Good dog what a good dog and doing that all the way down the stairs. The other reason for doing that was that I needed to convey a message to her that I wasn't worried because if I started acting afraid or worried then she's going to be looking at me and going. Are you okay rather than doing her job? We we worked together and we knew each other well enough that I knew that's what she would do when they made it. From the Seventy Eighth to the fiftieth floor. Michael Remembers that David said to him. We're GONNA die. We'RE NOT GONNA make it out of here and I said stop it. David Roselle and I can go down these stairs. So can you. And he told me later that brought him out of his funk and what he then decided to was to walk a floor below me and he put it. He wanted to think about something so he was gonna walk a floor below me and describe to me what he saw on the stairs so he was county of the floor. Numbers Thing Michael. Fifty four fifty one four forty nine so he was counted when he got a floor below me. Then I would hear things like Hey Mike. I'm at the forty eighth floor. Everything is clear. Here everything is good but what David did. And what was most important about what David did was that as he was shouting Mike. Forty-seven floor all clear here. Anyone within the sound of his voice heard him and knew that somewhere on the stairs above them or below them. Someone on the stairs was okay and he gave people something to focus on. I think that we had to work together to keep panic out of the stairwell so that for example after the two burn victims passed us by a woman suddenly stopped on the stairs this then. I can't go on. I can't breathe. We'RE NOT GONNA make out of here and about eight or nine of us. We had a group Hug. I and other people surrounded her and we just hugged her and Roselle Gaber kisses and we encouraged her. I said come on you can do this and other people said Yeah. Come on. You can go down the stairs. Were Together World.
"roselle" Discussed on This Is Love
"Happen to be blind. Pre born blind technically no but in fact yes technically no because I was born two months premature and was put in an incubator and given a pure oxygen environment which caused the retinas two-mile forum. Which is what caused my blindness. So technically two days after I was born for all intents and purposes yes I was born blind. Michael Hinson was born in Nineteen fifty these days. He lives in Victorville California with his wife. Karen back in two thousand one he lived in. Westfield New Jersey and commuted into Manhattan everyday for work he was the regional sales manager and head of operations for a company that provided data protection and network storage systems and his office was on the seventy eighth floor of tower one of the World Trade Center in Nineteen Ninety. Nine Michael had gotten his fifth guide. Dog Her name was Roselle. They worked well together but for all of rozelle's professionalism to is very afraid of thunderstorms. She gave us about a half hour warning whenever a storm was coming our way and she would pant and she would shake and shiver and there was nothing we could do to get her to calm down. Roselle was a yellow lab. She'd been trained at guide dogs for the Blind in San Rafael California and within two days of her arrival to Michael's house in New Jersey. Choose already going to work with him every day in the early morning hours of September Eleventh. Two Thousand One. Rozelle bulk Michael Up. She was panting and shivering and he knew this man. A storm was coming. He got out of bed and went down into the basement. He had an office down there and he put on some loud music and worked at his desk. Keeping Roselle company. The thunderstorm literally came over our house right over our house. I had never heard such loud claps of thunder before any storm. That's how close it was to us and there was no way of masking so poor. Roselle was under my desk. Shaking and shivering. I kept her under the desk so she wouldn't see lightning flashes through our walkout basement sliding door and at about two o'clock. The storm passed us by so we went back to bed and slept for three more hours but on that morning we got up at five. Did all the the usual things in the morning that that we need to do in fact. I woke up early that day because we were going to be conducting some special training seminars. He was expecting fifty people to come through his office over the course of the day so we woke up early and got to the office at twenty two eight. The ordered catered breakfast for the trainees. Michael help the caterer unpack and then he got to work setting up the conference room. He met with his colleague. David Frank David. Frank was based in California. But he'd come to town for the day seminars. Some attendees had already arrived. And we're eating in the conference room. David and I were in my office. Roselle was asleep under my desk. Rozelle's typical job in the office was to be the official greeter. If anyone opened the door she was up. She'd go out. She'd say hello and and visit and then come back and lay back down and go to sleep on the morning of September. Eleventh Roselle was asleep under Michael's desk with her head on his foot. He remembers that he and were discussing the easiest way to get the rest of the visitors through security at the World Trade Center and decided they would fax a list of names on company letterhead. I was reaching for the letterhead to create the list when suddenly we heard a muffled explosion wasn't very loud the building kind of shuddered and then it began to tip and literally began just tipping in one direction. And as I tell people seem to me we moved. Probably about twenty feet. Michael had grown up in California so his first thought was to go stand in a doorway even though he knew this was an earthquake. Ceiling tiles were falling. The building continued to lean. And Michael and David thought it would tip all the way over and I stood there and finally David and I said goodbye to each other because we were about to take. We thought a seventy eight four plunge to the street below. Brazelle was still under my desk asleep then after David and I said goodbye to each other. The buildings slowed stopped and went back. The other way you imagine had happened had no idea I could imagine all sorts of things but but there was no way to know and afterward of course a lot of people in the press. That will certainly. You didn't know what was going on because you couldn't see it and I would say to them the last time I checked X. Ray vision wasn't invented yet. The airplane hit US eighteen floors above where we were on the other side of the building. No one where I was. No one on my side of the building had any clue about what was happening. Don't blame that on eyesight. We didn't know Michael says at this point. Roselle got up from her now. She was calm and I took her leash. I told her to heal which meant come around on my left side and sit and Rozelle is essentially going. Who WOKE ME UP? What's going on here? This is something I wasn't waiting for. I wanted to sleep. Nobody's coming in but she went around on my left side and she sat wagging her tail end yawning and about that time. The building dropped straight down about six feet. Imagine being in a very fast elevator and it's slowing down and stopping. That's essentially what it felt like. Did it feel like it was never I mean? Did you think the whole building must be going out from underneath me? And what an odd feeling. It was a very odd feeling and something that I never expected it in the World Trade Center and so I had absolutely no clue about what was going on but as soon as the building dropped that six feet. David who been holding onto my desk turned and looked out the windows at the Front Office and started shouting. Oh my God. Mike this fire and smoke above us their millions of pieces of burning paper falling outside our window. We gotTA GET OUTTA here. The buildings on fire. I could hear things brushing by our windows and I didn't know what it was until David explained it but then suddenly was very clear alley millions piece of burning paper falling outside the window. I believe that David the plane had hit eighteen floors above them on the other side of the building but they didn't know that yet the assumed the windows above them had blown out sending the contents of those offices flying through the air past Michael and David and their guests our guests began to scream and started moving out of the conference room where they were having breakfast and David kept saying. No we gotTA GET OUTTA here. The buildings on fire. We can't stay here. We gotTA GET. Outta here right now and I kept saying slowdown David and then finally David us what I call the big line. You don't understand you can't see it and the problem wasn't what I wasn't seeing. The problem was what David wasn't seeing. That was Roselle even with all the screaming and debris falling on her head. She stayed calm. This was the most important information to Michael. They were team and he trusted her judgment. I'm Jay and this.
Trump not concerned about coronavirus after confirmed case connected to Washington D.C.
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Trump Threatens Schiff Over Impeachment: 'He Has Not Paid the Price, Yet'
"President Donald trump's defense team will be back at it tomorrow in day two of the opening arguments in the impeachment trial yesterday his attorney said the president did nothing wrong in his dealings with the Ukraine on ABC news's this week Republican senator James Lankford was asked if it was appropriate for the president to ask another country to investigate his political rival Joe Biden I think he is asking for an investigation as you would with anyone else with any other American is a unique thing obviously is the same person running for political office as well but it's not new as the house manager said that there's only started after Biden announced to his investigation this was a consistent theme for the president to say everyone should be able to be looked at in this place is meanwhile ask the impeachment trial continues president trump's tweets keep coming today he directed some harsh words a democratic congressman impeachment manager Adam ship tweeting quote shifty Adam shift is a corrupt politician and probably a very sick man he is not paid the price yeah for what he has done to our country young quote when asked on meet the press today if you took the president's social media comment as if the ratchet sad I think it's intended to be but look it is going to be very difficult for some of the senators to stand up to this president it really is it's just no question about it after the interview Mr trump slammed host Chuck Todd saying he never called out chef on his quote fraudulent statement to Congress where he made up all of the words of my conversation with the Ukrainian
2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class
"Pro football hall of fame I introduce the class of twenty twenty their centennial class and I am pretty diverse group here going in so what Mike let's run through some of these yeah and and some of these are so these guys are before my time so before your time as well some guys we saw a play so let let let's have a couple of these first Paul tag Lee boots and he was the the commissioner who took over for Pete Rosell he was the bridge between Roselle and die and Roger Goodell who we have today certainly the took the baton did a lot of good things for the game for sure yeah I get that now I'm not surprised I guess that he got in considering E. took it to a different level with TV contracts made a lot of money for the game took it into a different era yeah he's one of those it's like why do not in already yeah comic Marvin Miller yeah baseball I was a little bit surprised by that one or is it some other ones Donnie shall and and cliff tires are both a little bit before my time I I read you know I know the teams of Donnie shell played on a wood heater he was for the Steelers teams that were just absolutely spectacular are you know click Harris was a cowboy enough said so those two guys get in our let's run through a couple other ones he Jim covert I remember him with the bears as an offense of linemen I don't remember Bobby Dylan who was a D. back for the Packers Austin Dillon Tate today they made the right call Jack I was a beast yeah okay and we we was on the the body Packers of assuming yeah I'll wait like even before that it was like ten years before the merger all really okay yeah see played like late fifties and into the sixties mid fifties yeah okay all right so don't reach sixties they'll go back a little bit at New York Jets tackle Winston hill not that familiar with him but lions defensive tackle out Alex Karras who was a great player and also went on to be an actor he was in blazing saddles which Mike if you haven't seen it is an all time classic a movie that would never get made today because it's incredibly politically incorrect and he was the father in Webster which one of your favorite TV shows yeah Webster Webster and Bobby don't fill but Alex Karras is also said suspended for an entire season for gambling on football did you know that yeah early sixties yeah I miss the season are Scott Chicago cardinals this it tells you how far back that goes tackle Duke Slater goes into the hall of fame Cleveland Browns wide receiver Max speedy bears defensive and and sprinkle near giants GM George young who I remember he was a he was a guy who was there during the Parcells run when Bella check was it a says that when they had an unbelievable group of assistance there and he drafted very well guys like Phil Simms some guys really under the radar at large Taylor helped really kind of build that team cell George young goes and we know bill Cowher a Jimmy Johnson they they got their surprises on TV this past weekend what do you think of Calar I don't I think ours I don't think he's all famous hourly there I think is like the on this list of qualified to talk about this from worry lines up with my viewing yeah I you know I know he won one he got to another any was there a long time it's a great story because he's he's a Pittsburgh guy grew up there you know all that good stuff but what what's she in for longevity you know I mean I don't know I'm a a are they considering like contributions as a broadcaster to that kid I mean he's not that good only has been doing it that long what is your is on an hour a week yeah exactly yes I know it not look exactly are the interesting thing is that they they're some the hall of fame centennial class was selected by a special Blue Ribbon panel which included hall of fame board selectors league historians hall of Famers and bill Belichick yeah so there were thirty eight finalists were chosen from a list of three hundred nominees over the past five months and the hall of fame class of twenty twenty comprised of modern era players will be selected in Miami beach on February first the day before the Superbowl so you're wondering like the word the wise all these you know older guys well the the guys you probably saw play we you know we'll be getting in that cell that was that's the way that that that check out but shall I do go back to die shell for a minute now and I'll get to the reason why you wanted to do this for for a couple reasons but he's the fifth member of that steel curtain team Joe Greene mean Joe green Jack Lambert Jack ham Mel blunt and now dot a shell goes in from that Pittsburgh team but I am we should probably place for people again which we will little back but one of the coolest things I I heard was the the audio conversation between Harold Carmichael and and David Baker who's the the president of the pro football hall of fame but Carmichael goes and he was at all decade nineteen seventy selection when he retired he held the league record with a reception and a hundred twenty seven consecutive games he had a touchdown reception on almost fourteen percent of his career touches that's awesome any finishes his career with really good numbers in any near where you know again it wasn't like it is today where they pass as much as they did but in a plane thirteen years and really that's a little bit misleading you really play twelve years that thirteen year with the cowboys only played two games but he had almost nine thousand yards seventy nine touchdowns averaged more than fifteen yards per catch he was a stud and from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty two no receiver had more receptions yards touchdowns are games played that's pretty awesome do you wonder why it took that long but it was great to see him get and I'll tell you the other guy I mention this before we took time out they get send that never played a down in the NFL yet maybe had more of an impact than any name that we just right off that's the sable what NFL films did for the National Football League what which Steve sable date with his dad add both local guys and of course if you you know NFL films right over there mount laurel what they did to promote the game of football in the sixties when it was no where near the number one sport the country I mean you had baseball you a boxing your college football all ahead of professional football what they did to highlight the game to shine a different spot like to be creative in an artistic with the way that you look at the game utilizing classical music slow motion yeah replays you different camera angles you name it what they did to change the way that people look at the game was nothing short of remarkable and a and it's a shame that it's happened posthumously Steve got to win the Elbe doctors father into the hall of fame at the times the was battling brain cancer but for him to get in I thought was flat out awesome yes not he yeah got it back everything's under the contributions that side you have still to this day yeah I mean he tell me somebody who is more deserving I'm telling you AP is deserving is anybody so the one that I and I know Jodie touched on this when I was coming and I was listening to him and he's dead on about this it's a real shame and I I don't know if it's gonna happen former night I I I really hope it does but it's a real shame that I Joe Klecko didn't get it again this year if if you're not familiar with me you know when you hear Dan Klecko on our air doing eagles post games and and like you work with during the football season a damn good friend of mine but Joe was a great player he's a local guy grew up in Chester went to temple but was a phenomenal player for the jets eat play from seventy to seventy seven to eighty eight and the first Jeez for five years of his career the sac wasn't even cactus that so and he was a guy who literally you could play everywhere he played the tackle he played nose tackle he played defensive end you could move asides yeah you can move in every single place on the football field and all the guy did was the lever and and it's unfortunate because nose tackles indeed tackles are gonna put up monster numbers think about you know a guy like Fletcher **** could have a big game but because he's at being occupied by two tacklers or maybe is not getting a sack he's just he's creating the pressure somebody else gets the sack that happens often times you know but it it but a lot of those years even look like I was playing end they can keep the sack is that in other words like for example I seventy eight he was a defense of an I. seven eighty he was a defense of an eighty one he was a defense of that then he moved more inside your starting in in eighty two eighty three and the rest of his career but I know Gary Myers of Jody had on earlier in his show was a guy who really pushed for kind of the way ray push for for a tiny the Donald you know in a domino kind of pushed we double push for Dawkins yet Dawkins yeah double push for doc hold on which bush for Dawkins Gary Myers push for collect but it's he didn't get a ton of votes in the US and and that's you know probably not a great sign but I hope at some point they come to their their senses and and Joe Klecko gets and but that was that was the one that kind of stood out to me I know you know drew Pearson went on his his harangue about not getting in but that was one that stood out so what what it since we're on this Mike let let's play the Carmichael again so this this is it the audio of the phone call David Baker calling Harold Carmichael and letting him know that after all these years because Carmichael's but after this for a long time after all these years he finally got it my great grandma and to hear that you're gonna have a bronze bust in canton Ohio hello all men you're going to be a member of the centennial class and we're we're gonna tell you and keep your legacy alive forever yeah or what you're talking okay thank you great that's pretty cool I mean I think that's a genuine reaction right there what you got from hell Carmichael and it's it's well deserved you know this isn't just some sympathy vote that this is a guy who deserve to be at and your was ahead of his time in terms of the size and was versatile what could catch a long ball was a great are you know fade end zone alley OOP I could go over the metal versatile could do almost anything and you know play the game at six foot eight we came out of southern a small school and went on to have some great years for short was very good the playoffs still had amazing career so happy
DoorDash Delivery Man Killed in Christmas Robbery at Denny's — and Suspects Are at Large
"Prince William county police found the man they think shot two men killing one while robbing a Denny's in Manassas the day after Christmas twenty two year old Jordan Anderson was arrested yesterday in short with murdering fifty south six year old you south oz guard and injuring a thirty four year old man Oscar held the door for the suspects as he went into the restaurant not knowing what happened and they were leaving police continue searching for twenty two year old Brian
Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries
"Gossip Good Morning Good Morning Steve. How're you doing good to be back home glad to whatever you want you know it's open open mic DOC whatever is ready and of course you follow gusts through everybody's followed gusts forever from day one on at the races and got a couple of plays maybe for the weekend gus but some some early thoughts before pre entries as we look Toward Cup it's always talked before pre entries but breath just looking at the races exciting exciting racist to get excited about it I think cameras just said I think the sprint and the dirt mile probably the two right now but I mean we have three solid juvenile's with noon Dennis moment eight rings and and Max Bill which I think three of those are very quality horses and just looking to see how these fields shape up but I mean I'll see you know some great opportunities in those fourteen racist for sure what we haven't obviously we haven't had a chance to talk anything on a consistent basis but what do you like to do when it comes to terms of a ticket structures and and focus in how many how many multi-race wagers which one's the utilize the most I'll tell you what you know you get these big fields I had the most success with exactly is in doubles to tell you the truth sometimes simple the up keep it simple and You get I mean you get a lot of value and those plays with the you know arch fields in and actually pick a couple of wide open races I usually focus on that I do tickets with the you know the picked force and I like to find at least one single maybe to deepen the other one and maybe spread that's what I kind of look forward definitely a single though in the pick four pick five I definitely need one host but I think even the pick threes you know the pick threes are they paid handsomely in the last few years as well but I think people you know who spoke with the exact in the doubles I mean you can get some real value if you if you got a good opinion onto racist back to back you can get paid well and we were in fact last week with Jeff Siegel this came up and when I was asking Jeff about his preparations and when it comes to the a ticket building and and we'll remind everybody that as much time as we spend handicapping the gotta spend a hundred percent the maybe not maybe not practical to spend as much time building the tickets but there's gotta come a point Wednesday Thursday where you you've got a pretty good idea of of the horses you're going to key around take a break from I'm from the handicapping and put pen to paper and write down the your perspective wagers and budgeted out and and you know take a look at the you know once we get the announcement I think it's on the twenty third by the way runs day the twenty third will be the race order official order announcement the Breeders Cup has a tendency to the tinker with it based on on the way the field size shape up you know look at that structure highlight the spots where you've got your strongest opinion and then back up on either side of those strong opinions if you're a mother erased player and you know we keep suggesting you know if you if you typically pick four player okay fine you're going to play your series of fake force but this is where you take a step back to and play more pick threes and the doubles and I I I think it's advice that I try to drive home every single u a year that you you don't WanNa have some of your best ideas the horses that end up winning that you had a good feel for an and then you didn't cash because there's some upset in the third or fourth leg of a pick four and you you didn't leverage your good idea as strongly as you might have oh I totally agree with that you know like you said once the the race orders come in just pick your spots we have your strongest opinions and then you go from there I mean that's I mean horse players nightmare there were your your ten to one shot twelve the one shot comes in and then you're single maybe a three to one shot you know doesn't come in the last leg and you didn't have anything on on on your your strongest opinion the price that's that's tough pill does Walla sometimes no doubt gusts will obviously you know get a chance to direct people toward you and and the analysis at at Brisbane that and Talk Again Cup Week maybe you know pick out a a a spot that you know the to discuss what what he did complain of of late how much keeneland action you taking it definitely on the weekends for sure and dabbling a little bit during the week I mean some great racing the weather's been fantastic and big fields they're coming to an end here this weekend but got a couple of plays today actually Keelan let me here let me let me see got hold on I got the where's where's my keeneland Friday Thursday AK with Saturday I keep the Friday about what's going on down believable there's so much there's so many things here did you play Gulfstream yesterday by the way did you play the pick five thing a little bit I did I did and got knocked out pretty early believe it or not you would not price horse which is Kinda it'll happen yeah oh yeah it was over quick so it's pretty full paid well for me though for the for the amount of low prices that were that were at three was a signal and the third leg so I know it's funny that that was the that was the horse that gave the opportunity to to to tip toe to turn it into a pick four but yet I do get the sense a lot of people got tripped up either on the in the first leg or the last leg where the two spots we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get the one side of the other well let's talk about Qinglin go ahead what are you got today seven just my best friend today force MS coming out of the Woodbine Mile Bill Seventy eight to one mile with a chaining hill started the outside somehow he he maneuver beautifully coming into the turn but down the stretch is totally got shut off had nowhere to go I thought he had nice I made a move just didn't have enough to go this horse has been running good all year up at Woodbine five draws the five here which is which is ideal nine to two is very fair price is a loaded racist could be a stakes race disallowance this allowance race but I like plot I think he's going to get a good trip there's enough speed in front where he's going to be right in stock and right behind I mean he's faced some nice horses I think this is the time to to get in this at somewhere of now ninety two would it be beautiful if we can get that and I think we will because you know the outside you have a few horses that are going to take some money especially Colin Road for for Michael Maker Jose Ortiz that was gonNA take somebody coming out of ah graded great three but ms I think is the wholesome and a key on all over in in starting reporter and race seven and Connor Murphy for whatever reason Connor Murphy does not does not draw money and wins I mean he wins plenty does a good job interesting to see Mark Glatt come to keeneland souter shows up here yet pick source interesting ski Churchill last time kind of finished pretty decent but it's a nice horse was nice races earlier in the year so and you got Roselle Rosario on board into feature the feature very nice race today again the the greatest Devali view fulfilled I think by horses winter sunset four eight to one on the morning line think might get a couple of clicks down I mean she's versatile I don't know if she wants to go nine furlongs I think she kinda flattens out at nine furlongs the mile amount of sixteenth which is I think this is her her best distance coming off a win at Indiana ground at any grant she's got a nice post and she's just a nice trip there there's some speed lined up to the inside I think she can get I run and I mean the twelve is going to be flying late this lady the prince a lot for Baltistan she's eight to one I think she comes down from that I can see here making a big move middle of course coming down the lane but winterson that's it for me eight to one would be great I think she gets I run on on on the closers and should sit a nice trip there again for channing hill it's now and Bhartiya earlier to Mardi landed on winter sunset yeah I'm not sure what the price I think she might down from Chad you've got to chat horses that are Ya Chad takes money like you you saw yesterday focus group was was really over bet yeah I like him but it's too crazy I'll tell you what I have a bomb in the second race so a bomber I'm GonNa take just fly the one horse abstinent for Ian Wilkes make third start first time on on the turf going to turns Bravo Bravo couple of wins from six starts the meat this horse broke the last couple of times I starts his career broke out think the inside post and Bravo might be able to as well she's fifteen to one in the morning line you might get fifteen twenty to one hundred Meta take a flyer on her and also gotTa pick for tonight at down coming
Canaveral Florida, Fairfax County And Clooney discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live
"The Coast Guard is searching the waters or off port Canaveral Florida for two missing firefighters Justin Walker from Fairfax county and Brian the Clooney with the Jacksonville Florida fire department the to launch the boat off port Canaveral Friday but never made it back from their
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"Doctor Tom Roselle life continues now on W. M. A. L. welcome back this is doctor Thomas cellular Sir Dr Thomas alive have a very special program today and my very special guests who runs out and we're talking about this chronic pain and don't talk to her about who the chronic pain is in her life because I may get a finger pointed to me it's yeah after all these years you get to say that right now no I'm not giving you that open seriously though Cobb pain patterns in this country are ones that are being planted and all of a sudden we find ourselves in something called an opioid crisis where people are being addicted and to a drug that has the same receptors in the human body as heroin and cocaine and just as difficult to get off and also nicotine by the way is probably one of the the worst drugs will hit the same addictive center in the brain everyone of them yeah so so listen you know work we're talking about we talked about inflammatory reactions and how they affect the body and but let's explore that just a little bit more then we'll get into you know some of the biochemical pathways little bit later on the second second phase but these inflammatory pathways how do they produce the pain patterns or exaggerated or make it worse where it can't be blunted it won't go away well I think it's a like you said it's time frames you know if if people have a small problem early on and they do the things they need to do to start changing it there whether it's getting more sleep maybe it's better exercise maybe skinny just months or acupuncture or something like that early on it's much easier to deal with if the pain is being exacerbated by say food allergies get off the foods that bother you if you're not doing well with peanuts story peanut butter that's you know pretty simple basic things but the more you create a Berendt lifestyle patterns the more your body struggles to try to deal with that warning signal that there's something wrong and it goes back to the question that you always ask is why is that you know why do you have this paid what is going on in your body that created this page in the first place I was very interesting situation because tions of command and I'll add some certain questions about what they drank or and I would check off the Derry and the coffee isn't there the caffeine products in the sodas and all those things that normal my mantra sugar sodas coffee black teas fast food fried foods out carbon atoms preservatives yeah yeah yeah he added gluten products and so forth and does it well yeah I don't eat a lot just a little bit once in awhile and then I look at them and I said well that's like being a little pregnant either are you have not you either do or you don't right so and that the name yo to exactly that's my so at the end of the day is that if you have a problem with something even a little bets is problematic it is it is and it it adds too because every time there is something going on lifestyle that causes an inflammatory chemical to be produced because your body is constantly trying to handle all of the things that come along and keep you alive and upright if you have a problem that is creating an infringement somewhere your immune system and your nervous system is tempting to create a circumstance to fix that if in the same time you're also doing things lifestyle wise food no exercise too much stress not enough sleep all of these things interfere with the body's ability to produce the chemicals that would mitigate the problem and cause it to be healing and aggravating it and adding to the problem there were costly in a fight flight situation in our lives and we need stress because if you eliminated all stress he would actually die so the body has sick have that to continue its process but here's what we're getting in trouble we're looking at stress patterns around us and really ignoring them and second that they're there something that we have to deal with put up with we know that the injuries a stress pattern and pain patterns that are constant don't go where are our stress patterns we know that a motion how the mind thinks that the brain chemistry can be a stress Pat and we know that about chemistry which we're gonna get into the second half of the program has huge impacts on stress acid inflammatory reactions so we're coming up to that place where we're gonna have to take a break it's a halfway point of the program my guest in studio Ciro's out.
Payment apps are all fun and easy... until you get burned by a typo
"Hey Pal reports quarterly earnings tomorrow. We'll get an update on then mo the crazy popular peer to peer payments APP that pay pal owns but as services like Ben Mo- square cash Ash Roselle have gotten more popular there have been some growing pains fraud and scams for sure but also lots of accidental payments like because you typed in the wrong email address and when that happens as people have sadly discovered the money is gone. Lisa Ellis is an analyst at the research for MOFFITT Nathanson. She said up to one percent of all payment. Transactions could be fraud or accidents and if you screw up there aren't any official protections because it's just an accident you know they're not obligated to do anything well. Let's dig into some of the differences between the specific services because you have you know pay pal which has been around a long time you have square cash which is similar to Ben Mo-. Do they have less built in protections then let's say Zell which is developed by the banks in some ways yes in some ways no so the benefit that you have in the services like paypal van Mo- Zalis that you you know you have to have officially signed up for the. Surface so they have a very standardized set of information about you so they can avoid the issues like you know. Having the same email address at the same phone number assigned to multiple accounts they can avoid those types of issues because they make sure that doesn't happen when they sign you up. It does sound like you're saying though that if I accidentally send money to the wrong person in Zell that I have the same problem as if I do it in Venom Oh yes oh yes definitely if it's accidental. Yes what I guess is interesting about that as a consumer is that I thought that if these things were attached attached to my bank which is F._d._i._C. insured that there would be those protections like how hard would it be for these companies to say. I don't know we're GONNA help you out a little here they do they do try to help you out the differences. If you've protections related to like you said Your Debit Card or your credit card those are much more related to fraud and the banks are responsible for protecting you against fraud but there are not responsible for protecting you and making mistakes or are being an idiot. It's actually a much more difficult thing to protect against then fraud right and I'm not <hes> you know. Certainly we know that you cannot legislate against stupidity but you could imagine these companies saying that this this could. Could become a threat to the business right if people don't trust no no absolutely it's certainly in their best interest to figure out ways to mitigate it. It's a delicate balance because a big part of the value proposition of the pita payment services says is that it's super quick and easy so they just have to navigate through that and figure out ways to make it less onerous. Do you think that there is a possibility you know we're sort of talking about growing pains as these payments systems become more popular. They're probably doubly only going to increase in popularity and usage. Is it possible that some regulations need to be crafted in order to keep up like that. There should be a standard way that you verify the identity of someone you're sending money to for example. I don't know that that requires a regulation leashes per se but those types of things are usually handled. Yes as it's like industry standards <hes> in the same way that the fraud protection that you have on your credit card or debit card those aren't regulations per se. That's actually set not by the systems by visa MasterCard by the networks they have a whole governing set of operating rules that govern how risk is shared. How Fraud is mitigated what you know security requirements each player in the ecosystem has to? <hes> maintain etc.. It's just that that rule set which was built up for those systems over sixty years is not really in place for these other systems at this point and so you know it's a self policing type of thing they'll end up establishing their own standards. Lisa Ellis has an analyst every search for Moffitt Nathanson the big payment APPs including Ben Wenzel do warn users in their user agreements not to send money to people they don't know or to use the APPS to pay for services but with Ben Mo- growing throwing seventy three percent year-over-year in the first quarter of this year. It's a good bet that's not all people splitting the dinner bill and now for some related links last consumer reports did a deep dive into peer to peer payments APPs. They found that it can be almost impossible for consumers to really understand what protections there are in the case of a scam or a user error and it said almost all the payment APPs could do a better job of setting their security levels higher by default to make it harder for someone to access your APP if they still your phone or even to put up more roadblocks when you send people payments the bigger problem though is that when CR did focus groups and asked consumers. Sumer if they thought their money was protected from you know stupid mistakes pretty much every single person said they thought the services would make it right and they were surprised to hear that they probably won't still I should point out that consumer reports did find. Is that generally speaking P._d.. Payment APPS are pretty safe. You just shouldn't use them to buy things online from people you don't know and even if you're buying in person like when I bought a ping pong table recently from a guy on craigslist I know I know I'm in the gray area here with the user agreement then Mo introduced Q._R. Codes to people's profiles back in two thousand seventeen so instead of typing someone's email you can scan their code and you know you're paying the right person although again I am embarrassed to say I did not know this until I bought this ping pong table like a month ago so there you go little tip for Meteo.
Amazon sued for discriminating against pregnant warehouse workers
"At least a half dozen former Amazon employees have reportedly sued the company for discrimination. Komo's MandA factor. Explained results swin of Amazon's warehouse workers told her manager she was pregnant she was fired in less than two months, according to see net. There are seven lawsuits against Amazon filed by workers like Roselle less who were fired over the last eight years and alleged. They were subject to discrimination, the women claim Amazon failed to accommodate their needs like longer restroom breaks and fewer continuous hours on their feet. Six of the cases were settled out of court in all of them, the workers were fired after telling their managers they
'True carnage': Semi truck driver charged in horrific Colorado crash that killed 4
"People are killed as a big rig plows into a string of vehicles on. I seventy near Denver carnage was was significant. Just unbelievable. A horrific crash killed four people on interstate seventy near Denver, a semi truck carrying lumber lost control and slammed into vehicles triggering explosion. And fire. So intense that the roadway and medal on cars melted. Lakewood police spokesman Joe countrymen says there was a twenty eight vehicle chain reaction of explosions from ruptured gas tanks still trying to identify what some of the cars, even are six people were taken to local hospitals. Witnesses describe what happened just come by on the shoulder. He had to be eighty ninety miles per hour. And to the bridge he cuts in and then autumn exploded the whole thing. The truck driver was identified as Twenty-three-year-old Roselle Lazaro Medeiros of Houston. He was arrested on suspicion of vehicular
Football, Barron And NFL discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live
"Do you agree with President Trump would you allow your son to play football? Would you steer your son toward football? The president gave a face the nation interview to Lesley Stahl yesterday exclusively and one of the questions there is you heard was would you see your Barron to play football. And he said, no, he would not Mike you are first up onto the NFL fifteen. He will not be playing football. I think that the NFL they're bigger stronger, but the technique, and and it's not there in high school control walking tackling needs to be taught. And sometimes these boys, you know, there's a lot of head to head collision and putting a young developing mind or brain with all those shearing forces as a teenager
Wild NFL rule allows Roger Goodell to reverse Rams-Saints outcome, but would he actually use it?
"To overturn the outcome of the game. Despite the fact that everyone in the world who watches football and watch the game knows it was a no call or a bad. No call that allowed the Rams to win the game. Here's the way the rule. Reads, the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and or corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity occurs in an NFL game. Which the Commissioner deemed so extraordinary unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football. That such action has a major effect on the result of the game. In other words, the NFL Commissioner. Watching the game. The other day could easily come to the conclusion that the no call was such an extraordinarily unfair situation for the New Orleans Saints that he could reverse the outcome of the game or make them play again and figure this thing out. That would be just totally amazing. But it's rule seventeen section to article one. And no one believes it Goodell would use it. But the fact is that, you know, people are reporting on it, the does exist, and it certainly would fit the the Gada gory of what we saw not happen. Not happen. But not happened in the game on Sunday. Right. So anyway, you got that out there. But I would have to ask. What would be the reaction of the public? If for the first time in the history of the game that we had a Commissioner of the National Football League or any of the sports league for that matter would actually intervene to the point that he would reverse the outcome of a game. No matter how bad the officiating was your how many calls that you would be. So you know, there's a big difference. So I will say this between the idea you're seeing a holding call and or you see a holding of a you know, a player on a play. And there's no call by the referees versus something that you know, guy gets totally wiped out with the ball coming his way in. What is I think you don't have to be the most knowledgeable fan to realize that there should have been a penalty called in an instance. So I think there's a big difference. Yeah. I've I've heard some of these football players, you know, on some of the sports shows make the claim that we as fans, and I'm certainly not an Xs no guy don't didn't play football. So I would not understand this. But they'll hear them say that fans, we always think things are holding when they're not really holding. Now, the guys I've always heard say that usually were offensive lineman. For various football teams are programs. But you know, they say, well, you think that you thought that was holding vans. Always call holding when there's not really holding and okay. Well, I'll I'll allow you to make that that comment because you know, more about it than I do. But I don't think anyone is going to question. The fact that that was pass interference and helmet to helmet, and it wasn't called. So anyway, Roger Goodell has in his purview. If he were to really push this to the extreme and reverse the decision of the game. Now that would be the I if he were to exercise. His authority entities rule that would not be my favorite outcome. I would think these play the game again. First of all it gives us another game to watch. And Secondly, it would be a precedent. Because the my knowledge it's never happened. But that would be the the most fair. Result. Right. Because you can't tell the Rams no, I'm sorry. You're not going to Atlanta the blame the Super Bowl because of this dumb miscall by the referees. So anyway. Section seventeen. Excuse me rule. Seventeen section to article one the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity, which is certainly was occurs at an NFL game which the Commissioner deems so extra ordinarily unfair. Or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action as a major effect on the result of the game. So anyway, do you think that that applies in this case a lot of people would think that and I think, but I just it's not going to happen. But it's kind of fun to think about just because of the the reaction that you would see with this right now, they'd be happy New Orleans. No question about it. But would not be happy, Los Angeles. And I'm not sure how the fans generally you got some thoughts give us a call here. But I'm not sure how fans generally across the National Football League would would go along with that with Roger Goodell. Most people that I hear talk about Roger Goodell or not big fans of is think he's been a very weak NFL Commissioner and didn't really handle this whole issue about the Colin Kaepernick controversy. Very well. So this would be, you know, a major step out. Did those of you old enough to remember Pete Roselle a major league base-? I mean, the the NFL would you know, we would say that'd be like a Pete Rozelle move nut Roger Goodell government shutdown at thirty one days now and counting. And we had a discussion last half hour with Dr Lameiro who I think may have actually hit on something I've done a number of interviews about this government shutdown thing, but he came up with. I think is the most likely the the outcomes. Of this whole issue. And that is that this will go on a couple of more weeks, Dante below she will not give in there'll be no counter offer from the Democrats or if they do it. It won't be wanting to be taken seriously that the government will continue to function at its current situation until some of these government agencies simply cannot produce things like the food stamps, some of the other social programs that would have to be discontinued not just for about the federal employees in about whether they're getting paid, but whether some of these social programs with exist, and therefore that would put the pressure on the president did then opened up the government. And then in his defense. He's only option then would be by executive order to music funding that exists for construction redirect the money to build the wall, or at least start the. Building of the wall on the southern border. Meanwhile, Democrats would likely take that to court try to fight this and put a stoppage to his reversion of funds or diversion of funds. And then. Maybe this would make it all the way up to the US supreme court. And then this issue of whether the president has
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Samsung Galaxy 7 vulnerable to hacking due to flaw, researchers say
"Some professional hackers say they have found a security flaw in one, of the world's most popular smartphone the Samsung galaxy s seven smartphone is now a couple of. Generations old but still very popular used by an estimated thirty million people those handsets. Could contain a security vulnerability known as meltdown according to Austrian researchers presenting their findings at the black hat security conference in. Las Vegas in theory hackers familiar with meltdown could access passwords, and other data on someone's device Samsung says.
Cop charged in shooting death of man who climbed on cruiser
"Putney And three things to know your at. Three fifteen one the NYPD is saying thirty year old man was critically hurt, in a forty two year old man should, recover after both were hit by lightning during last evening storm they out playing soccer. At Flushing Meadows park and then four miles away at third man was struck by lightning and Jamaica queens he's also expected to recover to the. Number of ride sharing app vehicles like Uber and lift could be capped occurred levels in New York City what, a bills calling for the city council, set the vote on later on a day. And three right now there are eighteen wildfires burning around California including one that is, the state's largest ever After the rain moved out last night was national night out against crime NYPD in city council they hosted. Events a seventy locations and all five boroughs including outside the Bronx Bodega were fifteen year old asandra Guzman Felise, was stabbed to death by a gang, of males little over a month ago now Les rookie cop and Pennsylvania is facing manslaughter. Charges accused. Of shooting and killing an unarmed New Jersey man north jersey man if that. Happened near Dorney park last. Month the police got, a call about a man jumping on moving cars near the amusement park so cops say officer Jonathan Roselle responded and. Then later killed Joseph Santos of Hasbrouck heights Bergen county Lehigh county. DA says the, officer was not experienced and had an, unreasonable belief his safety was in danger attorneys for the cops say Roselle who's now on paid leave believes his actions were justified inappropriate given the. Circumstances New York City officials started a voter registration jive.
Dead fetus found in airplane toilet at LaGuardia Airport
"City's administration for children's services in two thousand fourteen. He had just finished up a twenty eight year stint in prison for murder he was still on parole today under the protocols that we currently use. For hiring, on this individual, would not have higher than. Hired into this position ACS Commissioner, David hansell says they've beefed up. Their standards but back in two thousand fourteen we use the Justice center standards they are the authority that the state what's. In place to review people who work in capacities working with children like, this he says under state guidelines lines only a violent crime that happened in the last decade would disqualify someone from that job edwards was convicted of second degree murder in one thousand nine hundred eighty two we're now doing spot checks on people who were hired previously under our prior protocols to make sure they would meet our current standards he says the child edwards accused of shoving is doing well outside the children's center on first avenue steve birds w._c._b._s. newsradio eight eighty a cleaning crew finds a dead fetus and a restroom on at american airlines plane hours after it landed at laguardia here's w._c._b._s. reporter mike sugarman with reaction when you hear the story There's really not much you. Can say loss of words incredible especially coming off an American Airlines plane especially. If you had used a restroom on this fetus wasn't found by a passenger rather a cleaning crew it was wrapped in a wad. Of toilet, paper on a plane that landed at LaGuardia from Charlotte just before eleven Monday night the. Crew founded, early Tuesday morning the. Queen's DA looking into the matter and they are sharing many more details if they have any you can only imagine, the pain of, the situation psychologically why. Would they leave it there Why didn't they go to. A hospital but then also like How did it happen not to mention the shock, and horror, of the, cleaners, who made that find. At LaGuardia Mike sugarman CBS News Radio eight eighty New Jersey police officer is charged with voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of a man, reported to. Have been hanging on or. Jumping onto moving, cars near Pennsylvania amusement park. Lehigh county DA Jim Martin says Thirty-three-year-old south Whitehall township officer Jonathan Roselle had an unreasonable belief, that his. Safety was in danger when he fired a gun July. Twenty eighth here Dorney park Martin says forty four year old Joseph Santos of Hasbrouck heights who he describes his relatively inexperienced. Could also have used, his baton stun gun or pepper spray Roselle is on paid leave it Saito seven getting to. Know the cop on the beat. On this national night out that's coming? Up in three minutes Saint Francis is the number one heart hospital on Long Island we do more minimally invasive heart valve procedures than any. Other hospital on Long Island we're. Leader in the treatment? Of arrhythmia and we're the only hospital on Long Island. Nationally ranked in cardiology and heart, surgery by, US news, and, World Report eleven years. In a row eleven years that's a lot of lives saved and families kept together Saint Francis the heart center a member of Catholic health, services of. Long Island.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Dr tom roselle live continues now on one point nine fm and am six thirty w m a l welcome back everybody doctor tom rozelle here we'll talk talking about some very interesting problems in we're starting with the heart today hopefully we're going to get into the first century disease but there's a whole lot of you want some answers so we're going to try to take them as best we can but we're here at triple eight six three zero nine six two five betsy is still there yes sir okay great so you know we have a problem with a seventy year old male who has some some discomfort and pain and and they're looking at the heart but they do all the testing and there's nothing wrong with the heart or the circulatory patterns and so forth in my correct so far yes okay gone so here's the deal if they start putting him on i asked you see on medications he's on a staten he's on blood pressure medication and all this that's the normal cocktail that they that they put unfortunately many geriatrics on and people who complain about all those things that feed listen to program in the past you know here i am in an practising for forty some years and every couple of years i go get a treadmill exam just to know how far i can push myself because i'm an i don't take medications by blood pressure is about one sixty one sixteen over sixty eight most of the time and they wanted to put me on a statin in an aspirin every day preventatively and i looked at this wild man in front of me and i said you gotta be kidding me right and i won't tell you everything that i said to him but the bottom line is everything that they're trying to put your brother on is going to cause the problems that they're trying to prevent and what you need to do with us you have to remember that the heart can't feel pain it can only refer pain into different parts of the body so it can go into the arm to the chest in the jaw back and so forth but it doesn't mean that the hearts of problem it can simply mean that the heart may not be firing correctly it could be the nerves that go to it the vegas nerve from the brain it can be the nerves from the spine the heart needs magnesium and it needs a lots of magnesium suggests that ninety four and everybody thinks no it's it's one of the most important components you have to balance magnesium potassium and even some sodium within the heart to make it work properly you have to make sure that the neurological pathways are open on firing properly but for heart health at at your brother's age he can't get hurt by taking coenzyme q ten i would take at least one hundred milligrams a day he he wouldn't get hurt by taking magnesium and the only side effect magnesium.
"roselle" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Three day festival here on main street in roselle guy we'll be there along with many other businesses here in town ken you'll get to be doing the naperville fest which is one of the big festivals of the season i guess you guys are going to be there as well right yeah we'll be there so can what are you what are you going to be serving i'm gonna bring four different beers got a keg stole byland which is a wheat apa and i'm gonna have that infused to stat myself and then i'm also gonna offer infused with various trumpeted fruits of ghana oatmeal stout that i'm going to infuse blackberries one the blonde dale the blonde ale british with got three and black tea and lemon grass and fresh ginger put in into that and then what was the other one with coffee or amber with puts coffee and just made it interesting so i am going to be helping you it sounds like there's a lot of fruit going on i have to wear one of them hawaiian shirts you were yeah the other festival no i think we're doing this when shirtless it's going to be high okay holy crap what is right mind should not be visible attract customers to your to your booth now you have a specific target market might be a little different you realize you realize a cool that that if if england gets the world cup final your final was on the fifteenth so we'll be wearing my england outfit if that's the case and if it if it is a case i will like personally fall over amazed now to be fair i think i think to meet both requirements i think you should go shirtless and should simply paint yourself in the in england flat here we go all right now we're at least the red with the three lines logo no my face there seems like a fair compromise for all parties when we leave this segment i think we'll have a show of hands on the for the thumbs wave thumbs around yeah for me i just wanna to give quick shout out to the folks who do clarisa name's daniela deb kerry and dan carey is a diploma most brew which i've no idea what that is but it sounds bloody important and then is good lady wife is the one who does the fetchy found room president so i guess she does the business side of it she was the keynote speaker this year at the crappier conference in nashville and she was a phenomenal speaker and it was brought in a lot of points because she doesn't like accountants very much as i found out i listen to her speech and me being me being why did you say she said she like accountant so well you know kevin you are different accounting you're not quite the nudie type glosses who is reserved i know that once you get going you know you could be a wall one we'll leave it at that and we'll move onto our next year which takes us out to the great state of colorado.
Roseanne Barr, Sara Gilbert and John Goodman discussed on Loo and Chilli
"Right now this is they're getting through those joint abc's roseanne spin off is one step closer to becoming a reality as negotiations are reportedly moving into this new face sources are saying that roseanne barr has signed to step away from the creative and financial end of the new show and allow her cast and crew to craft spinoff now the show is said to be based around the character played by sara gilbert darlene i several roseanne writers producers cast members including john goodman and laurie metcalf a reportedly on board as these negotiations continue but even if roseanne does sign off on the spinoff to not benefit all financially abc would still have to pick it up officially because nobody officially has said they would do that so yes she she's not going to gain anything financially god love them all but i just don't know how it's going to do without roselle agree it's going to be very tough love hate roseanne love hate what happened.
Ryan Tannehill, Andrea Kremer and Nfl discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"D king kabbalah with at brown's camp right now jarvis landry when asked have you heard from ryan tannehill former dolphins is not heard from ryan tannehill are you surprised you haven't i'm not surprised we didn't really have a good relationship anyway so i'm not surprised partying not such sweet sorrow right there and congratulations to andrea kremer she was just named this year's roselle award recipient that goes from the radio and television world covering the nfl for so many years at the pro football hall of fame and she tweeted about it which means she has accepted she will be there we have we ever on just to confirm go i mean i congratulated her during a commercial break and she tweeted that so i'm taking that his co occasion i can't she's she's she she'll be there what's her party situation going to be an idea on you offsite tomorrow show how about billy bob thornton all right that that one one on on season to goliath hits amazon friday morris chestnut is in that series as well and season two he'll be here on friday show my canes pro football famer we'll ask him about te'o he's here he always is it always comes here in the month of june to talk about men's health and he does prostate cancer awareness so we'll we will discuss that for sure we've also got tomorrow the world cup begins and the us open it is huge day for big fox we're going grazie are you kidding me i'm to be there baby fox big fox it'll it'll be about are you going to be here tomorrow though yeah of course all right maybe fox about lebron lavar big fox world cup us open baby big weekend.
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"While saving cars that gave though donate yard too also accepting boats motorcycles rvs in real estate donations educate engage in power take control of your health with dr tom roselle at the rose hill center for healing information is power and achieve and ultimate state of wellness with dr tom rosales education lectures theories video on demand discover how to create an extraordinary life of optimal health and wellness visit dr tom roselle dot com slash education that dr tom roselle dot com slash education welcome back this is dr tommaso live in the sewers l sitting in for dr time today i have as a guest today dr leonard pyo one of our doctors in the office and also the doctor at core concepts car practically in broad lines and we will be doing a lecture on thursday evening at dr pose office uh on spring allergies and duct pro you wanna give us the phone number to call for register it's you can go to go to my website a core to cairo dot com or the you can call the office number it's seven of three seven two three four one seven eight and for those who are listening today if anybody has questions about things were talking about or other things you can get in touch with us at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five that's eight eight eight six three zero.
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"Fifty six fifty eight now and you'll also get free tickets to a live training with a free meal a smart watch and flesh drive loaded with vital information plus a national government should list properties for sale all free just for attending call eight hundred seven nine five fifty six fifty eight that's eight hundred seven nine five fifty six fifty eight call now it uk engage empowered take control of your health with dr tom roselle is rose hill center for healing information is power and achieve an ultimate state of wellness with dr tom rosales education lecture series video on demand discover how to create an extraordinary life of optimal health and wellness visit dr tom roselle dot com slash education that's dr tom roselle dot com slash education welcome back everybody dr tommaso here you listen dr tommaso live in studio give us a call triple eight six three zero nine six two five triple eight six three zero ninety six twenty five my guest in studio darith painter and acct registered for margaret for and so what is the margarete it is the detection of shifts in heat spectrums within the body by a interesting camera noninvasive but shows up all kinds of things that you wouldn't have the opportunity to see otherwise everything from the potential of development of of cancer bell's palsy ray nods diabetic naropa 'this autoimmune conditions and the list is really quite extensive if you've never had the.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Prescription dr tom roselle live right now the pond 105 point nine fm and am six thirty w m a l welcome dr tommaso live this is dr tom roselle live in studio waiting to take your calls on whatever you like to talk about your health you've had problems that i'm sure you've tried all kinds of things and when you have applied than they come up with the same old same old nothing that really gave you any resolution here's an opportunity calming triple eight six zero nine six two five this triple eight six three zero ninety six twenty 25 let's talk about yourself i have a lot of little things that i wanted to discuss with you today particularly since it's raining outside you know that whether kinda shifted and it's kind of ugly in the washington dc area but there's always a ray of light and the more that you know about your health the the more sunshine comes into your lighting we're gonna talk about the effect of sunshine on your body we're gonna talk about opioids say we're gonna talk about this thing called the hp axes we're gonna talk about a little piece of your brain called the sem now i'll tell you what that is in a little bit but hopefully we have enough time to do that an answer your questions in those are the most important things aaa two six three zero nine six two five i wanna start out by kind of prompting you for next week's program next week i'll have a very special guest in studio with me doctored chinglung zong and his from shanghai and we have the privilege of having them as part of our staff dr zang's started with us last august actually third week fourth week of august and he's been with the sense he's a brilliant brilliant practitioner owns uh two degrees he's a doctor traditional chinese medicine as well as a doctor of care practically the united states and this man can really bring east and west in that by the way next week's program this we're gonna talk about is the blending of eastern and western medicine or were east meets west night that you're gonna find it very fascinating so make sure that you uh tell a your friends at have that kind of interest to pay attention because you're going to enjoy uh the presentation i promise you you will there's so much that's going on in the news right now i don't want to lead with an article that is really important in everybody's kind of off the charts on the saying and as.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eight seven one one seven or visit roselle care dot com that's roselle care dot com this is dr town moselle after thirty eight years of practice and almost a million patient visits the results center for healing knows what works and knows how you can take control of your health and wellness my team of doctors practice 21st century integrative medicine whether you suffer from chronic pain and fatigue allergies are headaches we can help take charge of your health before it's too late make an appointment today call seven three six nine eight seven one one seven or visit online at roselle care dot com that's roselle care dot com dr tom roselle live continues now on 105 point nine fm a m six thirty w m a l welcome back everybody dr tommaso here you listeners dr tommaso live yet bump in studio to weaken after thanksgiving just so you know who we are where we are and that we're actually present form give me a call triple eight six zero nine six two five that's triple eight six three zero 96 25 love to talk to you we have a very interesting uh program conversation going today in its on one that many too many people wait too many people suffer from and that's why you're seeing all the advertising out there and you know the scare tactics you know you heard the one about uh the woman's out there and she says you know the guy snoring and he's stops breathing in and you know she says to him you know you got to go see whoever whoever and he says you know isn't that important to you that i uh that joined z whatever new says no is that important that you need live well that's not far from the truth as our guest today dr michael chang who is an expert in this whole process you know when you're good at what you do you get to put your trademark on it and michael you're one of these guys you have every experience and expertise.
"roselle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In los angeles on car roselle wednesday august the two thousand seventeen remember that day by the way you're going to need it later good as always to have you along everybody so look i get i get that headlines about fire and fury at escalation and threats and all that has happened in the past twenty four hours is alarming allow me if i might though without discounting the reality of what's going on out there to cut through maybe some of the fear there is nothing in this economy that reacts as viscerally to the news whether good or bad as do the markets the bond market in particular a refuge in times of uncertainty like this and as marketplace's obree better shore reports the button markets are telling us to take a deep breath the ancient greeks had the oracle at delphi that kid had that dog lastly we have the bond market and here's what the bond market has to say about north korea we've been through these probably of situations with north korea before the market don't believe that war his eminent david krause teaches finance at marquette university if bonn buyers were freaked out about north korea they would move their money to longterm bonds pushing the price up and yields down there has been very little movement there's been a little and i mean eighteen seabed of longterm bond buying but not allott one one place where the bond market appears to be raising an eyebrow at least is around the debt ceiling deadline in october feeling isn't raved than ten three hundred.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It is for general information purposes only information from this broadcast should not replace the appropriate consultation and examination process by licensed physician always consult your own physician prior to changing any current medical direct of or prescription dr tom roselle live right now on 105 point nine fm and am six thirty wmal welcome dr tamas alive that says dr tom roselle live in studio waiting to take your call let's talk about anything you like it off your chest a relative your health wrap you had a problem if tried you've applied you've done all kinds the things that you thought might work but guess what you ended up with the same old thing that same place nothing that worked well here's an opportunity to call me triple eight six zero nine six two five that's triple eight six three zero nine six two five let's discuss it get into the weeds a little deeper and find out what you really can do to make a difference i've had several really fun things that have happened over the last several weeks and more than anything else last week i had the pleasure the privilege of heading up an international symposium here in washington dc we've had about two hundred and twentyfive twitter and thirty doctors from all over the globe that congregated at the ritz carlton down a pentagon city and for the the time i walked in last wednesday to the time i have merged last sunday it was the most intense delivering of some academic performances and presentations that i've seen and many many years these guys are from all over the world we have physicians days from germany and russia and korea in china and osteopaths and doctors were in medicine and chiropractors and so forth and these guys are the best of the best the conference was the international college of applied can easy allergy and we have twenty five hundred members worldwide that practice especially the practice is simply this hits the the look at the body from the triad the trial of health which you've heard me talk about many many times over the years it is simply says this no matter what the problem is whether you have cancer with you have a migraine headache whether you have lower back pain you whether you have an allergy is only three things that can cause at one is trauma injury another one is bow biochemical and belgian of all those things that you put in your body they shouldn't be there and the things.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It is for general information purposes only information from this broadcast should not replace the appropriate consultation and examination process by a licensed physician always consult your own physician prior to changing any current medical directive or prescription dr tom roselle live right now on 105 point nine fm and am six thirty 'till you nal walk on to dr tom result live says doctor tom ras i live in studio waiting to take your calls on whatever you'd like to talk about you know perhaps you've had a problem you've tried you've applied guests what's doesn't work does it well here's an opportunity call me triple eight six zero nine six two five that's triple eight six zero nine six two five let's talk about you today figure out what we can do as hot outside dislike ninety plus degrees and getting warmer so make sure you drink lots and lots of water and take it cool don't do anything silly let go out and try to act the size the middle of the day because it's not gonna work so good you're not gonna feel good so find a mall to walk in someplace at school that's after you listened the program my guest in studio your host this wednesday evening the fourteenth at the result center for healing none other than dr stephanie painter welcome thanks for having me hey look listen it's easy because you know if i'm not nice to you all the time than when i leave town i don't have anybody to the program gas can bring that up to yeah i know i figured that i get that through today considering that what my schedule slick collects for the rest of the summer and we have to talk about another day to cap yep yep anyway we're going to talk about a really interesting problem that is inherent in two western culture and even though that we think when i tell people about what it is that it's really a female condition there's this thing called i am s and we'll talk about that as well but we're talking about pre menstrual syndrome so anybody who any woman who's menstruating or going into from in a beginning until the age that you know they're going into menopause it they come up with a a bushel basket worth the symptoms and problems and a most sites at you go into will talk.