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"rosser" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:49 min | Last month

"rosser" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Through Rosser also overthrew Ferris, Wilmer and mid Lothian. Some of the heaviest rain right now there is still some light to moderate rain covering the southern half of Dallas County and then up through Garland and wily. Also Denton County, including Louis. Fill the colony. Little L'm all seeing some light to moderate rain as well will taper off throughout the day. Few showers tonight. Loaf around 78 right now 76 at 12 41. Right now, I'm John Little Live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano News Center, stay connected decay around the and get breaking news alerts on your phone download the radio dot com Happened. Tap on the heart to favorite K R L D. An explosion has been reported in southern Martin County in West Texas. We're just starting to get information on this the exact location Of the explosion not yet confirmed, but some reports say smoke clouds could be seen as far away as Midland. That's about 20 miles away from southern Martin County, so we'll keep you updated. Member how controversial the closing of Harris Lines and barbershops were at the onset of the pandemic. We're joined by Deborah Peds. Now she owns sell 12 Supercuts locations across North Texas. I wanted to get an update on how things were going. We did increase our sanitation requirements. No hair solace and our hair salons have always been operated, and hair cells have to follow. Strict, clueless guidelines. But of course it's covert. After reopening. There's even more things in place that we have to dio and that we, of course want to do to keep our guests say. For example, be walked on two chairs in the stations. After every guest visit, they get a fresh cape. Every customer gets a fresh cape, and then we're just continually cleaning. Everything walking down door handles the floor on the tools. What do you think? The biggest adjustment has been for your stylists here? What's what's been toughest on them? Well, the big thing styles have had their just two is wearing the mask. At first. I think it was a little tough on I'm wearing a mask all day after You know that normally work trained to do so, But they've adapted Really well, now do all clients have to wear masks while they're getting their hair cut as well. Yes, we have. And we did that. In the beginning. It wasn't a state requirement only first open, as you know, one can't social distance and get a haircut. Because there's no way we can cut their hair from six feet away. So the customers wearing a mask and our styles wearing a mask really helped prevent the co bid. If if someone does happen, tohave it have you found that businesses close to back to normal, Or has it been a little bit slow in in people coming back out? Yeah, At first, there was a lot of pent up demand. So we were extremely busy, but it has slowed down tremendously, just hoping that it's a love before people get their next haircut. Which, of course, we recommend people short here get their haircut of reporter six weeks long hair every 6 to 8 weeks. That's Debra Pez Nell, owner of 12 Supercuts across North Texas. Appreciate her checking in with us on the state of the industry here in the area coming up on K R l D your traffic and weather together on the eights, the latest on all the problems along 35 E. Hey, What do you want to got It all? I don't know what else we should know. Well, what have we done yesterday? Yesterday, although don't seem like the same doll these dawn like, said Amanda, who's all dies. Stop to call my mom on her birthday. These days. Nothing is normal and everything is weird. But you could still save big when you switch to progressive. That won't change not to die or any dumb closure. Progressive dot com Professor Casualty in terms of villians Did you know.

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Spatial Conversations

A VerySpatial Podcast

06:32 min | 3 months ago

Spatial Conversations

"So we're happy to be joined today by Brendan Collins and Pablo Puentes of make path. Thanks for joining us today is. Yeah thanks. And you. So, let's start off with the the really broad question of what is make path. Path is a spatial data science. Shop we focus a lot on open source tools, and we bring our passion from various domains. To gs and we aim to build. Inclusive communities around you as tools, and specifically we have a project X. Ray spatial, which focused on roster based spatial analysis, we combine a rationalization pipeline with a set of universal functions which apply an. To Rosser data and also are named in ways that Gif professionals recognize things like surface analysis tools slow hill shade, aspect on these are the names of these tools in the s domain that people recognize. And we offer those tools As a python based library that anybody can access read the source code to and contribute to. We we take open source tools, and we help solve our clients problems by applying open source to their their specific domains. These these domains are very diverse working in areas from healthcare to environmental conservation. Finance Natural Resource Management. We know that geography and the science of of place is very important, too. Many domains and we find ourselves learning about these different domains as we apply open source geospatial tools to their challenges. We we basically bill. We love building open source, really powerful tools, and then if we have clients are like. Hey, what else can we do with these tools? Can you help us apply these really complex problems and what he help? So, how'd you guys come together as? Building this new path path. That was that was bad, wasn't it? Sorry. That's okay well. It's all good. We'll take it. So I WanNa talk about what you've been doing before and how we can. Yeah so I got involved in GSA in the mid to thousands being the S. lab manager for the Center for Sustainable, development, which is a kind of environmental science group in Central America. Working a lot with agriculture. And then moved on to work. As part of the team at the Nature Conservancy looking at site selection for projects in the red area red in this context is reduction in emissions from deforestation and I. Ever Dacian where Zeh countries that have high carbon output can find carbon credits in developing nations to incentivize them to protect vertically sensitive ecosystems, tropical forest is a great example of that, so a lot of these projects occur in in the main tropical forest areas of Brazil Democratic Republic of Congo Indonesia the top three countries for tropical forest. So using I was using DIS to help. Do Site selection to maximize dollars spent? Two or environmental protection through the conservancy We Pablo night. Live in Austin We started to connect in the music scene. Both of us are musicians songwriters. We go out and play open open mics and so that's how can Pablo and I met, but then we quickly realized that we had a lot in common apart from our music background, and over the years as we would spend time together and hard about things it just made sense to get together in work together as a 'cause. We were hitting the same problems, but Pablo represented us. More! Experience on what it is to create a company and create a culture and I represented a bit more of the technical side, and so we were good partners in kind of coming together, 'cause we represent those different areas. in filming kind of some of some of the. The rounding out the breath of our skills, really we we both. We both think we are easy to find and the other one is a really great fun. So I came out about I came out of Stanford about ten years ago, started a company So I had a lot of experience. Products Scaling a company and I. Really liked. What Brennan was doing and we teamed up and I bring a lot of experience again with the company building with a product design had to think about about by these projects and I've always had an interest I don't have a detectable background in jazz. She fired his. I've always had an interest in it. My Dad was a biologist and we would always go on these. I've been looking at maps since I was five, and and we'd go on walks in the new-look onto poverty maps and understanding vegetation maps so I guess I've been training for this for a long time without even knowing but done now. It's a little bit of my. Time and I love it the physical world and data to to solve problems in the s really exciting to work together and. We've been applying for some of these tools and really really interesting ways, and I'd love for brethren. Talk with it. This is a blog. A very big piece we're working on. That's coming out on the next, Tuesday! And it's A. It's a real world application vary timely of these told rags, these tools, a really cool powerful but the story of Man on the Moon is man on the moon, not N-, not necessarily rocket as cool as. Cool as Mathis, the the real story. Is that the the the the impact that has the? and Ny Brandon. If you WANNA, talk a little bit about the story that were published using the x Ray, spatial tools and data Cheddar I think that's That's a great example of some of the things that we do.

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"rosser" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

06:35 min | 4 months ago

"rosser" Discussed on By His Grace

"A family am who is heartbroken The the mother is leaving behind Little Boy's father And best friends and you know if you had the opportunity to sit across from them. What what words of comfort would you provide to them? Well first of all I tell them I'm so sorry for their loss because it is not an easy and I'm not these answers that I'm going to say next. Do not take away the pain but they give you comfort in the middle of the pain because you got to walk through the pain. You got to walk through the heartbreak you gotta let yourself feel the feelings. I Journal the lot. I went to counseling. You can't go anyway but through it but as you're walking through it there is a god that wants to walk through it with you and I would say to them he can take these broken pieces of your life. These your broken heart at. He could turn it into something beautiful when you place it back into his hands and it's not an easy thing to do but he is faithful and I fully I. It's not an easy walk by God can get you through it but it is hard and I would just give him a big hug and tell them that. I'm sorry there in the middle of the storm but God is faithful. That would be my words of encouragement. Even though it's hard he will get you through it and And then you and then I would say this to them. I'd say then some day you're going to help someone else. Walk through their store and I think that's the most beautiful part of it is when we could take our broken story and use it to help someone else. That's when it comes full circle that's Swin. There's a purpose to your pain right. You walk through it and you're like why. God why did I have to lose? This loved minor. Why did I walk through this divorce? Or why did the my lose my baby or whatever your why is but then you walk through the storm and you got helps you through it and then years later or maybe the next year you meet someone and they're walking through that same storm and you can offer encouragement hoping it doesn't take the pain away if what you walk through but it gives it purpose does not make sense. Absolutely God doesn't waste anything in our story. I cried out to him one time because like you. I've got many difficult painful things in my life and I said why God why. And he said. Because you can minister to this person and you can minister to that person and you can minister to this person and We are able to provide that comfort that we've received because God is with us in the middle of the struggle and he doesn't waste any of that pain So that is beautiful and thank you so much for sharing those comforting words. Yeah thank you for letting me share. I would say one more thing about the divorce There's a lot of shame that comes with divorce. So someone's listening right now and they're feeling that I want to say that I felt that too but God can still use it even when you're broken and you feel like you're broken disqualifies you that's very ingredient guy could use to help another hurting heart when you give it back to him and yes. It's maybe not the plan that he had but the he's GonNa take that and use it for good so I would say that to someone right now. Well and I think that we have an enemy of our soul. That would like us to think that were disqualified. He would like to. I mean he is our accuser right. Satan is He's our accuser. So he he will try to lie to. Us and tell us that we're disqualified or try to shame us but thank you so much for sharing that because that is critical we have to keep our eyes focused on Jesus and what is true. everything's are lovely whatsoever. Things are true whatsoever. Things are of good report. Think on these things. That's what Jesus wants us to think on. And you're right were all broken vessels No one was perfect except for Jesus but he's also he's our great high priest and he's our mediator so we can take it all to him he understands are suffering because God in human form came to this earth and walked this earth and knows are he knows our frailty. He took upon himself before he died upon the cross so he can understand our our our shame and our pain and he wants to take it all and he wants to make us new creations So I think that's the thing is whatever difficulty or shameful thing that we've been through do not allow the enemy to speak to you. Take it to the word of God. And let and let the word of God speak to you. Yeah such good truth and he is good. He's got tactics. He tries to get in there and make you feel like you're not used you're not able to be used by God. I really felt like that and I remember going to conference a woman of Faith Conference and Lisa Veer was speak gain and she had just written her girls with sorts so as very much about spiritual life and she said that she was One night watching a movie with her son the Terminator. And if you don't remember the story line this woman it these the people from the future coming back and trying to kill her and then there's someone from the future comes back to protect her and so the person says she says why are they trying to kill me. And she said he says. Because you're what you're GonNa do this great thing and she says what? I don't even know that in the point. Lisa said sometimes saint knows you're going to be in Christ before we do and so sometimes spiritual warfare has nothing to do with who you are right now but has everything to do with who you're GONNA be. And when she said to me I remember just having this moment like saying you almost had me. I thought I was not able to be used but even though I walk through this really hard thing in my life that I did not want and this is not what I wanted for my family but this was my reality. You are going to use it and I remember putting this up on my wall that says be the kind of woman that when your feet hit the ground each Morton Satan says. Oh crap she's up. That's so funny that you said that because I over the holidays. The terminator movie was on and I literally just watched that scene and I thought wow that is so good. And that's so true. is the phrase that I use that Take your story and give God glory and so we can take all the broken pieces and And we can give him glory through it all through the good through the bad through all of the things so Jodi thank you so much for being a guest on by His grace today. tell listeners where they can find more.

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It Is Time To Think Of Our Fellow Muslims

The Friday Circle Podcast

05:56 min | 6 months ago

It Is Time To Think Of Our Fellow Muslims

"Arche. Let's talk about the oppression of we. Nothing about how did nothing look at? China. We're talking about arm Know How many most Chinese ancient mosques some back you know. Centuries the Chinese government demolished completely bulldozed to the ground. Leave the must decide. What about the Chinese brothers and sisters the detention camp this something recent humiliated them to millions of kneecaps foresee poor Alcohol Porter announcer faith. You know there's this stuff they're tortured. Being people are dying in their but this oppression of a blessing sisters in these circuits on though the week is going home for decades decades and decades but we can cited which is why it's come to the stage with a They can put them in these camps and unfortunately when it came to it all of our leaders make quite all the Muslim countries in the world. Shoes say anything. Why because money? Because we can't we're trying to save their own country it would affect our economy. We've got to treat. The China will help us. We need them on. Our side is a political strategic alliance because we have other enemy states we need to allow China. We can't speak out about this with sacrificing them for the greater good essentially Honda. Nobody's willing to boycott wants. His pandemics happen entire world. But it's too late now. The entire global economy country's stance to you will wait about your economy. Now worry about him. I mean not just China. You'd look what's happening in Syria UTICA happening in Gaza to hold what. What have we done really we use on a soggy out about. These issues will always worried about the Charity Commission which shut us down the country's political about becoming known as extremist mosques 'cause we talked about the oppression in other countries. Did we do our duty in those Masada to rather than systems awarded just simply structures in crate? Because what this shows you how Lonnie none of us know your who was all its bitchy. Might ECONOMIC EXTENT. Technology wasn't combined completely taken down a something so tongue of an inch. Invisible to the naked on guts even microscopes. You can't see a virus is taking the world hostage is director is just completely. This was the answer. Nobody knows what to do. It would be flying brexit done. We're GONNA be great year for Britain those weeks ago. What's happened now? It's how it's transcends cultures continents borders where you are everyone's impacted superpowers are not even super powers. Their nothing issues. How Hugh we? All are the arrogance with which we behave towards a lot in his his commandments. We can see it now that we really are itchy. Repetitive can't do anything and wounds is one of the lessons that we really have to take away from this. Learning how to empathize with our offense is on the world deep in Kashmir lockdown since August. We're talking about lockdown. Now they're really not a military occupation. You leave your home. You'd be shot tortured raped. It's all these things happen. King of Gazan. The largest open air prison in the world. This amount amount more. I hear that spreads here. It's GonNa be a bloodbath reading Ghezzi entire world. What will happen to these people who really experienced shortages? They don't know what the next either feet Newcastle to separate from the B. Rosser job because of these civil wars occupations and Mike this whole experience now we get through. This gives us an inkling. We're struggling to deal with this and there's not even a food shortage who pretenders. What they are going into. The next bucket comes around next. Signed up brother sister. Stand up on your bayview once. We remember total crisis of twenty twenty bit harder

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Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

The Sunday Show

12:10 min | 7 months ago

Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length

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"rosser" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"rosser" Discussed on WTOP

"Though he aiding him in the leg the was injured but not killed Rosser called the decision to use deadly force proportionate legal and necessary and I support from pulling the trigger by my officer because if we probably hesitated I've been dealing with a funeral right now from one of my officers were also says those girlfriend and two young children were also in the town house of time Meghan clarity WTOP news the rape and sex assault trial of Harvey Weinstein is once again mark by emotional testimony this time it's from a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by the former movie mogul in for don donning says the assault happened after she jumped at winds teams of Tatian to screen test for movie roles she claims one sting truckers apartment bedroom and touched her inappropriately when she stood up in shock she says one sting told her not to make a big deal about it and that it would never happen again that's perks are warning that terrorists could have some surprises in store this year in this week's edition of the hard with WTOP national security correspondent JJ green Honda Jake of Schindler's senior director of the counter extremism project says there are several key issues to keep in mind what happens to the Taliban if there is an agreement with the United States and my assessment is going to be that as soon as the agreement is done there will be spent a group splintering off the Taliban every time that was a major put into question for the Taliban this happened and now we have isolated Khorasan which is the Isola filled yet in Afghanistan as a ready made organizations although spring two groups don't actually need to form their own groups anymore they can just simply join isel and is second a strategic question is the Middle East now that's the area for all intents and purposes at least as far as violence is concerned slowing down compared to the horrible situation a couple of years ago what happens with those groups who fought in Syria that actually not Syrians I'm speaking yeah mainly of course I'm off this Paula what is the most dangerous of all of the issues that you mention depending on what your definition of dangerous his arm potential to kill more victims S. R. hands bound Islamist terrorism I'm and as I said I don't expect a major drop in violence that I'm one thing that their data mice of the caliphate has done is that possibly be the ability to conduct terrorist attacks in Europe and North America has diminished but that doesn't mean anything for the regions where the if it gets off at Middle East Africa Southeast Asia Asia I'm back unfortunately it doesn't have the same fate that doctor Hans Jacob Chandler senior director of the counter extremism project the longer version at W. T. O. P. dot com search national security JJ green WTOP news be with us again next.

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2 Ohio officers fired, 2 supervisors suspended over Stormy Daniels arrest in 2018

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

2 Ohio officers fired, 2 supervisors suspended over Stormy Daniels arrest in 2018

"White House to vice officers in Columbus Ohio are now fired two others are suspended for their actions during the arrest of stormy Daniels in twenty eighteen Columbus police department vice officer Steven roster and Whitney Lancaster were fired department of safety documents show they made an improper arrest a porn star stormy Daniels violating rules or division directives rosters accused of lying to authorities claiming he went to the adult club to investigate a possible underage dancer named pearl but no actual search was conducted the documents also claim Rosser and Lancaster's action for the club were significantly different than at others strip clubs they've investigated Ribeiro

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Ebola health risk raised to very high in Congo

UN News

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Ebola health risk raised to very high in Congo

"The risk of Ebola spreading in the Democratic Republic of the Congo remains very high the head of the World Health Organization or WHO said on Monday Ted dwells at hanham Gabrielle, his warning follows a recent spike in the number of infections of into the virus in the unstable north east of the country since January, there have been dozens of attacks on health facilities in North Kivu, and on the nineteenth of April forty two year old Dr Richard Valerie, from Cameroon was killed in Battambang. Oh, here's Ted Rosser telling the World Health Assembly Geneva. What Dr Valerie's colleagues told him when he visited them. India see, they told me I caught we're here to save lives. We will not be intimidated by violence. We will finish the job Ebola does not take sides. It's the enemy of everybody unless we unite to end this outbreak. We ran very risk that it will. Become more widespread and more expensive and more aggressive to date. WHO has vaccinated some one hundred and twenty thousand people against Ebola which Ted said was more than ninety seven percent, affective and four experimental. Treatments have been given to eight hundred patients. The outbreak has claimed more than twelve hundred lives since it began last August.

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"rosser" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rosser" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"So I think they're going to keep both doing Daniel. Darren Lee Anthony Hitchens Damian Wilson. That's four blocks. I think Ragland stays. So I don't know if I'm spending my next one on another non special teams player. So I guess it would come down to tout shoe verse raglan because that's your non special teams line. And neiman? So like neiman's probably making the roster's the special teams. And then there's guys like Gary Johnson that if they show up I would could push for a spot. Oh, my are we. Sure Regine wagons, making the Rosser. A really good problem to have is a real problem to have. And I'm not sure, but I think that I would lean towards keeping Ragland over a backup Sam, that is only gonna be a do we think that attach is going to be a better pass rusher that Amy the defensive ends on the roster. No, these. What am I using him four? Okay. So if Damian Wilson gets hurt who's your Sam? Then you have then you have to figure it out. I agree. But I don't know if teams going to carry a backup saying linebacker that can't doesn't really play special teams. Argument for moving on for Reggie. Keeping a backup guy that plays twenty percent of the snaps and doesn't play specially you would have to play special teams, you'd have to have special teams value. If you are going to beat out Damian, we'll at least rag in my thought process, he starting he's playing a certain set of stabs, or to me doesn't have a does have a set of snaps that he's gonna get unless he beats Damian Wilson. Yeah. He's purely insurance or to spell a defensive end in a blowout. I don't believe he got league minimum though, a right didn't he get a little bit? Let's open competition between him Damian Wilson if you me. I just think that Damian Wilson is better in the coverage aspects..

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Report: Chris Ivory to Be Released by Bills After Frank Gore Signing

One Bills Live

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Report: Chris Ivory to Be Released by Bills After Frank Gore Signing

"Bills Schefter reports that the bills are planning to release. Chris ivory schefters tweet out about ten minutes ago with the signing of Frank gore. The bills are planning to release Chris ivory today per league source. Steve I had when I read that before the break. I was thinking I had a hard time getting my mind around it because. Well, we've been going through this free agent period. And the bills have signed all these great guys. And it's been great. We get bitten better and Irish could players. And so it's it caught me off guard that you got. Got to say goodbye to a really good player. And I forget, you know, we do that. We've done that before we do it. All you do it every year. There's going to be good players that you lose either in free agency or whatever the injury and ivories one of the I think I've the first guy I mean, they've released other guys as well. But I've read the first guy that at times this last season he was their most effective offensive player and. Yeah. They gotta say goodbye to him. When I get it. But it did catch me off guard because we've been talking so much about getting better here. Getting better. They're getting better here. Getting better there sign this guides better. This guy's good. This got some depth that we're doing good. And all of a sudden, you got to say goodbye to a good player caught me off guard. I got you know, we don't obviously the usual added Frank gore to go along with Shawn McCoy. Chris. I Chris ivory just turned thirty one years old last week. So age is a factor the cap, you would think is a consideration here. I had a pretty good year for the bills last year played in all, but how many games here all but one two three three games. We played in thirteen games. Is best game was against the colts. Sixteen carries eighty one yards. Scored one touchdown that came to against the chargers. You know, he was good back-up last year. I don't know if you will you miss him. If you have Frank Gordy amiss Chris ivory to make that case remains to be seen. But it's hard to think that you're going to be like next year. We've been down this road before. Karlos williams. Mike Gillislee always good running backs. We've had over the last handful of years who did some good things one year. We said goodbye to him. And then he's like, oh, we got we got another one, you know. So Chris ivory might fall into that category. Although like, I said there were times last year. When man I was glad we had him. So every time you you lose a good player, which I think he is. And I still think he is it's hard to hard to get your mind around and say that we're better because he's not here so Schefter report that Chris ivory is going to be released. He says later today that made possible by the addition of Frank, Gordon, the Rosser, we'll see if it no reason to doubt, Adam Schefter on this. But we'll see when it comes

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"rosser" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"rosser" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The police shooting and with the guy rain in the building. So I start getting nervous and scared at lockdown lasted close to an hour. If were city manager is planning to implement all twenty two recommendations made by the footwear taskforce on race and culture after the city council approved them on Tuesday pretty clear that he is going to go along with our recommendation cast voice co co-chair Bob Rae Sanders. The former editor of the Fort Worth star telegram the task force which was created in twenty seventeen. After controversial police arrests to one of the most contentious recommendations is a creation of a citizen review board for the police department. The Fort Worth police officers association is against the move in automatic life sentence without possibility of parole was handed down to a man found. Guilty in McKinney murder-for-hire scheme fifty five year old Ronald Rosser was found guilty in the shooting death of Sixty-six-year-old McKinney. Businessman, Richard more outside of his home in two thousand fifteen. Prosecutors said Rosser was paid by Moore's wife and her boyfriend to kill more Thirty-seven-year-old Johnson Johnson, mourn Pulci and thirty five year old Stephen Brockway will be tried later this year on capital murder charges. Former university of Texas at Dallas employee has been indicted on a theft charge. Fifty nine year old Linda heard accused of stealing one hundred and thirty thousand dollars from the school between two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen that's all according to the campus newspaper heard was. Arrested last July, two months after an internal audit uncovered the theft. She was an administrative employee of UTD's chemistry department and faces up to twenty years in prison if convicted housing and urban development secretary, Ben Carson is in.

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"rosser" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"rosser" Discussed on KTRH

"Of leather. And I guess that's leather. I don't know what the material and a baseball is the seem had come loose. And it wasn't the ball inside. It was the leather around the outside. So we took her to this was two to three years ago. Took it to our veterinarian, Dr Rosser who is Danielle rauscher's is the best veterinarian and Orrin in orange in Houston. She's fantastic. As she said look at her age. If I go in I'm gonna kill her going and trying to take this thing out. Our best bet is to hope she passes it. But to tell you, the com- completely honest truth. I don't think she will. So she said we'll know within three days two and a half days that night, we laid down with my wife, and I said goodbye to her because the next morning we're gonna have to put her down because she could pass this thing out. And we're just beside ourselves. Sad. The next morning there. You have it. We had a little surprise. She pooped out the leather ball. My veterinarian could not believe it that she had done this. She said every day from here is stolen. She never should have survived. This. She was skunked twice. She was bitten by a snake one time and the side of her mouth was hanging down like a Basset hound off the side of her which wasn't going to kill her. But still scared us she was attacked by. Dog at one point that split or gut wide open and part of her gusts were hanging out. She had to be stitched back up. We didn't know she'd make it from that either. And she just kept on the day before she passed, which I guess was Tuesday or Wednesday. She got into where she couldn't use her back legs. And so my wife wouldn't give up on her because she said I can't put her down because she's still breathing. Well, she's she has faculties. I don't want to give her up. So my wife ordered a wheelchair that was one of these like a Walker wheelchair. You put on the back, and you'd strap her in and then she can use her front legs, and she can Wheeler self around. Well, the wheelchair arrived today. So you can imagine what the mood is in the house because Lila's not here, and there was her wheelchair. My wife was lovingly pudding. Diapers honor every day because she couldn't control her bladder anymore. But anyway, she called me when we finished a show on Wednesday eleven and she said, she says there any way you can get home. If you wanna see lolly one more time, you gotta come now. So I went and when I came in. She says she just barely breathing. I went over, and I put my arms up underneath there. And I loved on her bat a minute. And she just breathed their last breath, and it was beautiful thing. So with that. I'm not crying.

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"rosser" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"So right up front, like Fairfield, Connecticut, where everyone commutes to Manhattan to begin with? Yeah. Exactly. But yeah, it's a lot of like, well, what are what you know, of course, what are we doing Honey, we're moving to Connecticut. That's the best way to wipe. The city's stink up. You is, is this the lawns I've been hearing. I didn't hear about these all around. You can't wear black anymore because we, we live outside the city, floral patterns. Can you make a decision about race at all? Like it's about like the whole idea I think is about, you know, you move to the suburbs, this reactionary sixties kind of thing, like you white flight. Exactly. And there are like there is an Asian guy and there is a black person. They don't have lines, but you're better off leaving those people out actually to make pure white. So like you're actually making a point as opposed to like, oh, so you want pure. Why in this? If you're trying to make this, what's funny is in the nineteenth seventy-five version. This is kind of amusing sort of hard about race in that movie is an older woman is talking to the star of the movie, the Catherine Rosser and saying like, oh, you know, there's a black couple is moving into town and you know, I knew this was coming because stepford is the most liberal town in Connecticut or whatever. And she's like, what are you talking about? How is it liberal here? The old lady says we had the first Chinese restaurant. Yes, Yes. that is the metric of being liberal tolerating Asian food existing cook for you. But yeah, to Steve's point like either do it or don't exactly as you can't say you're doing it and then you showing something else. Exactly too bad extras problem or like, yeah, exactly what have or have a black couple in there and make that part of the movie because they couldn't, or at least they thought they couldn't. Because the group that gets that in this movie is gay couples, which makes no sense. It makes no sense, but that's the one that the doing. So it's not like, oh, step RDS, inclusive. We also have black couple an Asian couples and Latin couples or whatever. It's not that it's don't worry. Stepford has to gay and their white. Don't worry about it. We move at their house which is your house of the future kind of thing. It's a smart house. It reminded me of has anyone seen Scorpio. Yes, the Simpsons episode, but also there's a hilariously awkward and pretty much bad remake of rear window from like sometime in the nineties with. Our good friend, superman, Christopher, Christopher, Reeves, right. Remember seeing the promos and stuff. It was like post accident, and he's plays a dude in a wheelchair who has like a smart house. It's really weird. Is it a good movie? Yeah, it was like like made for TV and aired on like ABC or something like the time when they were making the shining remake. Oh, yeah. Oh, the Steven Webber, people tell you, you know, it's a better moving in that Kubrick movie the one that aired on television, even it's not better obviously, but I think it's a watchable movie. Sure. I mean it's readily bad, but like I remember being like, oh, I know more faithful to the buttons. Sometimes you want better than Jack Nicholson. Exactly. You know, better than Stanley Kubrick a random Canadian. Definitely. Did you know Eric that actually the seventy five version had like four sequels for DV? No, I did nine. There's like three or four of them now. Wow. Like children. No. Are you kidding. I can't wait not to watch them. Excellent comes to nothing but like, oh, look self-cleaning. How or self cleaning house. But like, you know. The security system, so great, but everyone's just walking inside each other's houses. Anyway, there's no security at all, although they do this movie anticipated the smart fridge? Yes, it does have a smart fridge..

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"rosser" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"Hello. This is game on. I'm Adam Rosser news first and then we're going to move onto talk about video games. Colon design slash play slash disrupt the new exhibition which is running the Victorian, but museum in London. But first, that piece of news, it appeared late last week that CCP games the developers and the people who are behind eve online was being sold to a company called PO abyss for the total four hundred twenty five million US dollars. You can imagine. I think that the community out there dropped into something titles been Brendan drained from massively is our go to guy when it comes to things to do with eve online. Let's be honest and Brendan, let's start with getting who is Pearl abyss or what is Pearl abyss and was anybody expecting a sale of the whole of the CCP business in one fell swoop. Perla are the developers of black desert online, which is another Emo with it, started adding Currier, their Korean company and while ago, released in North America and Europe. I'm li- obviously they made a lot of money off on. They've been able to ni- almost. All right, bye. CCP with no one really expected CCP to completely sell up a hundred percent and we'll go on. I don't think anyone would have predicted it would be a Korean company that seltzer, but we've known the CCB is being kind of packaging itself up and looking for either large investment or a buyer for a long time. Now it's been a couple of years coming indeed Houma Pederson who we both Bokan to over the years has spoken about this being a very good fit for his business. And so has Mr. young, June promotion, say demanding charge over at poa bis. So is it to good fit? Do you think? I mean, is there natural synergy between accompanying career which is a relatively new entrant to the market, but has nine and a half million subscribers players of the game and see pay, which has become almost like a niche product now? Yeah, it's kind of an odd fit on the surface. But if you look into. The two students are very similar history's very similar top down management. So the guy who is the the chairman of her Labus. If you look at his story, it's almost identical to hill. Marce story started off as a developer working on this Emma. Mohan Benchley worked up the CEO on. Now. He's chairman of company. It's almost like we're held more might be if one of CCB's big Gumbel had paid off financially. The began booze included very recently VR and we know that NCP raised about thirty million dollars in funding for the VR projects which gave us eve Valkyrie and also spark which very good implementations VR. But the problem is, I think this is something that CCP would admit the VR itself hasn't taken off in the way that people had hoped to respected. So they've made several bets over the dos five one, four VR those and they just haven't quite pay down. They know this this again is one of those things were actually selling this. Video might improve up. So CCB has made a number of strategic mistakes. Looking back in hindsight, things like does five on four being exclusive to PS three was end of life and stuff like that. So neither they're no longer responsible ultimately for their own strategic objectives. It'll be interesting to see if they can actually succeed in any of these projects. They have a lot of projects in culling, so good, good. See another gaming studio, being able to help them if they come because previously of, of course cease to be was owned by a group of just financial investors who I mean, their goals purely financial at least parlay. This is a development studio. We own looking down the pipeline is a first person shooter. This project move a mobile spinoff eve war engine and an unannounced IMO project in development in London..

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Who dresses the best at work?

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Who dresses the best at work?

"If there's, a worker of yours that tends to dress well at work there's a good chance that their name is. Sarah that's according to a survey of two thousand Americans, about fashion in the workplace. From the clothing subscription service trunk club according. To the survey, the top names, for the best dressed female co workers tend to be Sarah Mary and Ashley for men it's, usually John. Tom or Tim as for the worst dressed co workers for women. They, tend to be Karen Jill or, sue and, for men it's usually Bob. Steve, or Mike

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"rosser" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Season guaranteed spot baseball where seem in the league guarantee rosser bench you for at least thirty at bats and we and you guys saucy say he said you might run into one four at bats a game three so you're more likely three oh won all eleven but a single we talking about a double bass knock crazy a little ground definitely be a single but if you get an error in the outfield okay stretch it got you this guy's got super wheels that was specked that the base that's the thing about baseball it's all about the situation there's a staffer everything if they're not looking to pick off hell no dick underestimate how much they will disrespect you out there i'm just getting softball i'm just can't fastballs right down the middle because strikeout every time i'm not throwing in my breaking shit i'm not going to try to fuck up my elbow trying to fucking being out of here shrivels serve them straight me bulls and you're gonna hit with i'm getting no pickoff move physical bad pitches like respectful hi chateauroux cc's on a roof to shit out the fucking park i know on my watch because as a pitcher you can't be getting like fucking yeah rocked by a walk on other pitcher every video game it was like oh you gave up a home run to the opposing pitcher unbelievable it's disrespect while shelter moby power pros which is the only baseball game to get whether right because they have rain and the rain will start and stop every other video game doesn't do it right but they they either either torrential downpours the whole game or light rain that should be fucking with your shoes on.

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"rosser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What do you think with i mean especially in phoenix although phoenix might be progressive basketball town because they sort of started the evolution were more progressive with their rosser they had boris diaw while they had barbosa they had more international flare so maybe they're more welcoming kokoska than dench the you have that amine alhassan sound when he was working for the phoenix suns about him as an intern telling that story it's a great story please grab that sound if you can because it's a wonderful story that amino hasn't when he was a very low level employee with the phoenix suns and everything's gone downhill since then but he got in front of the group because the phoenix suns are a progressive international organization it hasn't served them whole lot i mean initially it certainly did i mean in two time mvp being canadian barbosa indio making contributions they made it to western conference final famour you didn't come off the bench that one time they probably would have made the nba finals i'm watching the footage it's not so grainy it's not raining like it used to be to actually pretty clear here we've we've made advantage on that front this kid is good like he plays for real mitch there is no grainy footage they have high definition all right well but you would agree right and again my my information on this is dated but yes they have high definition jacksonville to and it doesn't mean that every press conference coming out of there is it with grainy footage but fair enough point taken i was using i was using bias from a from a long ago time that now we could go to we go to belgrade and get high definition my bed.

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"rosser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But that doesn't that doesn't happen in europe okay the that's that hasn't happened in eleven years over there the games are lots slower pace and they're shorter to put up the sats and he puts especially when they don't play young kids all that much early on this absolute monster i know and so was porzingis and people were torn on him and the the place i wanted to go conversation lee with this is because pat riley's had an issue with this pat riley doesn't love international players and so i'm asking you specifically when you're here when you hear your team it's flying out to belgrade to fix things what do you think with i mean especially in phoenix although phoenix might be progressive basketball town because they sort of started the evolution were more progressive with their rosser they had boris diaw they had barbosa they had more international flare so maybe they're more welcoming to kokoska than dutch the you have that amine alhassan sound when he was working for the phoenix suns about him as an intern telling that story it's a great story please grab that sound if you can because it's a wonderful story that hasn't when he was a very low level employee with the phoenix suns and everything's gone downhill since then but he got in front of the group because the phoenix suns are a progressive international organization it hasn't served them whole lot i mean initially it certainly did i mean in two time mvp being canadian barbosa and do making contributions that made it to western conference final famour you didn't come off the bench that one time they probably would have made the nba finals.

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"rosser" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"From what from what you re or hearing is there is there a team that's out there from what we've seen out of matt harvey that would be willing to give him a major league deal at this point or do you think he's going to have to work his way up out of the minor leagues for another team no i think there's enough teams that don't have a shot to win this year and they'll look at it and say hey you know what we can bring in matt harvey in the major league rosser put them at the back end of the rotation see what he can do here you know i look at a team like baltimore which had some interest in in the off season maybe he's a fit there texas dan worton is down there as the assistant pitching coach he has a relationship obviously with rb from his years with the mets i think there's a couple of natural fits that that stand out and i'd be surprised if matt harvey isn't on a major league roster within the next week make some sense is worse than there i don't know somehow i'm picturing baltimore and i'm picturing the reds matt harvey regularly face the red sox and the yankees and it just doesn't sound pretty but no i guess especially in camden yard that to be seems like a recipe for disaster if i were matt i'd be i'd be calling up dan worthen so here we are this clubhouse that was salt and pepper shakers todd frazier kumbaya everything was great.

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"rosser" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Crevices which is not based on the knowledge of what you're inciting a now keep doing it this is chris i this so economics meteorology it's just an unknowable congregation by with even giants look rosser i think about it the weather doesn't give a damn about what you think about it now it's going to be sounding exactly so i'll mathematical models of the weather can be judged by objective reality so if if i'm meteorologist and i come up with a prediction that tomorrow there's going to be you know a heatwave in in less square here all you have to do is the way tomorrow to see if i'm right around and the weather is going to either confirm or you know just junk my theories about it but in society let's say that i had the same kind of computer model and the actual machine and data mining the material methodologies does but instead of using to predict the weather i use it to predict the stock exchange and suppose that was somebody very highly respected as a predictor of stock exchanges and let's say imagine the tomorrow i actually today i were to predict there's going to be a major crash in the stock exchange i bought the might be because i predicted it all right you know what you can see we can't affect whether exactly so kenyan society and the in the in the economy our beliefs about the phenomenon under study are part of the phenomenon under study so it's like it cath chasing its own tail this is why we analytical region is important but it has severely mutations and it's only action human action and humanist action that can cut that golden not.

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"rosser" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on The Takeaway

"That allows allows us now to have a a handle on the system and actually invest in the teachers for example yesterday we also announced that we're going to give the first races to teachers said in over ten years in puerto rico that's precisely because we can rationalize the the expenditures in our system so i think it is uh it is urgent and i think that as part of the process of recovery it is important that we have a significant focus on getting better schools and getting more options to the parents and to the kids and let's talk about the teachers to since you mentioned them governor you've got a fifteen 100dollar race for teachers as part of your plan we have a a group of teachers and students from puerto rico they sent to some questions about the educational reforms knowing that we'd be speaking with you today and i wanted to play a question to you from he sousse on this very issue that you mentioned governor rosser miami's has whose less on thought leaf in puerto rico hold these educational reforms will improve the living conditions of teachers well we are establishing a clear career ladder which we really didn't have for teachers in the past so that means that the teachers will be incentivized to either keep on studying working get raises for their evaluation and have a path to progress this really wasn't clear you know in the in the past couple of years old foe in my view there are more opportunities for teachers of course there is the the other side of the equation which is accountability there's going to be accountability we're going to be making sure that teachers principles have accountability and show results because failures just not an option here in puerto rico and governor we got another question from want you use to cordeiro a professor of history who wants to ask about the education department a little governors who assume in an interview on sunday were drako secretary of education don't or who got killer has said that when she arrived at the department all her staff had been named and where political appointees of the party in.

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"rosser" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

His and Hers and SC6

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

"You for rose the necessarily something that leads to surgery rose he get his mind right get his body right there will be a role for him when he gets to that point this will we'll see what it is if the cavs have the rest of the rosser healthy so indianapolis wholesome history for legrand james comey elabore was that me for tonight michael beck there was a closeout game potentially for the miami heat to make it to the nba finals game six the 2013 each garbage finals they lost of this building the next year game 5 eastern conference finals if the heat when they go to the nba finals they lost this building had to go back to miami away again to win abroad exercise some of those demons last year in game three of the first round against the pacers in bankers life tazar down 25 points at one point lebron james put on a masterful performance for his seventy th career postseason triple double and up with forty one points thirteen rebounds twelve assists has won that game they went on to sweep the pacers in the first round uh get back ultimately to the nba finals losing to the warriors so certainly some history here the pacers would like to be the team that puts of disappointment lebron james's time line by the way they did back in 2013 in 2014 did we appreciate until rt thanks for provide the background and could be before he left for cisse he did his parts of in kansas city with the qb of the future and patrick mahomes that's job one for john dorsey his new job inning the seemingly endless cycle of twenty eight started kubis for the brown since ninety nine and in the process likely stopping them revolving door jeans and coaches doors and says he liked disarm gaza coming out of notre dame in case you missed it here's more with bronze braintrust said today.

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"rosser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But i mean unless you're desperate in euro lying on that those guys are going to give you a ton of consistency right now even against the green bay team the they're not care possessed the ball a lot pittsburgh you'll have a probably the majority of the game and antonio brown loves the football i don't think even if thorough by two scores in the fourth quarter he's not gonna sit out to let somebody else take his catches chris rosser says funchase sore hill i think this is why health big games tennessee tennessee's defense is not that good for set is better than people realize percent mccown or nearly top10 quarterbacks for the season i think in annapolis is putting up as many points as tennessee today i think he'll do not a huge game by scoring game yeah yeah we'll see why not i mean neither defense any good i mean highscoring games on dictated by good things are says bad generally dictated by bad defenses and you're once in a while you get a dot like that chiefs giants game last week but i mean i i think i don't think either team is going to run all that great but i do think the quarterbacks are gonna throw for at least two fifty mr blue wants to know bobby derek henry your davante booker that's a it's a situation of dirt hunters had some good games this year davante booker has been or merging it's close i'm gonna go with the vaunted booker route oakland oakland's defense is a very good the probably get a lean on him a lot given the fact that paxson lynch's starting and i don't think they're going will put too much on his plate early on their came really overrated and fantasy right now his own little i leagues and he probably should be in case murray ever just sits out a week or two but derek henry most weeks does very little had to one b game against the colts i understand that they're playing in today but don't meet that doesn't mean he's going to do it again because the colts i i i just think people keep henry and martavis bryant around waiting for the big stuff and it.

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"rosser" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rosser" Discussed on WWL

"I have anthony on this team over biggio right now that is just because of the actual linebacker definitely you talk to a stupar mahdi and big hill special teams guys right so do you want to go into the season with just four guys who've been rotate into those three linebacker spots too little scary yeah i hear you but the reason why again is because michael mahdi and needs to par were the guys on special teams that they were going to have as core guys i don't know about needs stupar in his injury will be back for week one and that's why i had a big hill can spell need stupar in the kicking game so that's why i have mona honest rosser i absolutely agree to that you could have just kept sixyear you know and if i didn't if i if i wanted to add an offense of lyman and keep eight when i kept seven of out perhaps i want it if you're at 81 add nine the maybe only keep six linebacker so look adam it wouldn't surprise me either of adam big hill is cut either the i just need seven linebackers et la i'll save what i'm gonna say it's left you get your defensive backs i let's get to as more of a halt holistic kind of thing okay however if critique of your if your i can't wait a defensive backs eleven total fifty total rosser can't even karl von bell marcus williams chris banjo marshon lattimore delvine umbro pj williams davante harris ken crawley stolen more rafeal bush the surprise cut being damien swan practice squad candidates arthemon laps arthur molet and perhaps safety eric harris this is one of the toughest position group size up for me the saint lobbies net three line backing pack his please safety package that's why banja find his.

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