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"ryan furnace" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Two on the air with this year's world which on the call also we have that live email at around the house so whatever's on for the next couple of hours welcome to your weekend right here on a round of the house spent the most of the week in Phoenix seeing my kids was beautiful and beginning of the week but then I got to be one you know one oh seven one oh wait typical Phoenix weather and boy it's just hard to take I'm sorry people so you get used to it I just don't know how you how you do I guess people just figure they just have to put up with it for five months or so and there is beautiful the rest of the year but my son we had a time he has a heat pump in his house it is reversible becomes an air conditioner in the summer normally works pretty well as a town home in the air conditioner went out the last night I stayed there so we had quite a time hundred made outside in eighty four inside the house so I've been talked to him since I've gotten back I'm sure he's got it fixed by now but boy you car batteries don't last very long in Phoenix and their conditioners you got to get him tuned up and fiddled with the constantly because they cool down there and people tell me by some was talking to me about this but it seems to get hotter earlier in Phoenix other of a lot more hundred degree days in April than there were in the in the past have been in the past and I don't know if there's anecdotal or if it's a permanent thing but just seems to stay hotter longer down there so back in the Rockies here is just so good to be back with the good weather in the beautiful scenery that we have seen it is a nice place up to a point in the summer time isn't it well let's try a couple of these this is sent to me by who is this sent to me by by my buddy Bob I guess and and I'm going to see here it is right here yes some little truths that we have learned as human beings some of these are kinda cute thank you might enjoy some of these great truths that little children have learned okay well great truths that little children to learn about or how hard you try you cannot baptize cats when your mom is mad at your dad don't let her brush your hair that's a good one if your sister hits you don't hit her back they always catch and punish the second person right never ask your three year old brother took hold of tomato I like that you can't trust dogs to watch your food you learn that early and don't sneeze when someone's cutting your hair some more great trees little kids learn never hold a dust buster and a cat at the same time you can't hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk and don't wear polka dot underwear under white shorts finally the best place to be when you're sad is grandma's lap that's that's pretty neat great truths adults have learned sure raising teenagers is like nailing Jello to a tree or herding cats in a thunderstorm another truth wrinkles don't hurt and families are like fudge mostly sweet with a few nuts sprinkled in also true is the delta blur into today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground I like that one laughing is good exercises like jogging on the inside Middle Ages when you choose your cereal for the fiber not the toy and finally let's see here this is a great truths about growing old growing old is mandatory growing up is optional yeah absolutely forget the health food I need all the preservatives I can get you're getting old when you get the same sensation of a rocking chair used to get from a roller coaster this one I like if you have kids especially teenage years it's frustrating when you know all the answers but nobody bothers to ask you the questions time may be a great healer but it's a lousy beautician and finally wisdom comes from with age but sometimes age comes all by themselves so those are some truths folks have learned over the millennia ago thrill three seven one three eight two five five is our telephone number and we want to talk a little bit well how's your situation with your drainage and it's been raining kana often on in here and there will be got the drainage under control of your lawn is doing well it's time if you haven't done it yet for that for sure second round of fertilization is I did mine before I went on my trip to Phoenix Emma and I've got that done in the lawn has responded accordingly you want to fertilize you know we've talked about this every five or six weeks you can if you want to follow my friend John Freddy's prescription of the holiday fertilizing to remember starting with Easter Memorial Day fourth of July Labor Day and Halloween there's the five basics and I throw one or two in between so I fertilize about every about every five or six weeks I use that respond fertilizer the response big and expensive but very effective its stride poultry waste and works really really well so that's I do that just did that this weekend along kind of after four five days just kind of seems to perk up a little bit especially if you get a little extra water on after your fertilized well before we take our break I wanted to talk to you about my buddy Brian eagle crest many of you when I do that I had of a testimonial about Brian here it is this is from Ryan he came out and took care of but Brian did Ryan's furnace at a twenty year old furnace it was worse still working wonderfully I credit much of this to having listened to the advice you've gotten Brian over here for tune ups and by using the right kind of filters in addition dish we found the outside Rheem AC was working well to Brian and his son were very professional I appreciated their attention to detail and best of all I don't think they even charge me for this for the service so thank you Ryan for the feedback about Brian and we we get I get lots of these testimony about Brian at eagle crest he's got a good deal best deal in town a ream furnace and newer.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now in Boston were at forty four degrees with a lot of fog out there good evening I'm Nicole Davis and here are the five things you need to know at six forty nine president trump just holding a briefing on the corona virus naming vice president Mike pence as the man in charge of the White House to coordinate the country's response mayor of Milwaukee Wisconsin tonight confirming multiple people were killed in a shooting at the Molson course headquarters Columbia gas of Massachusetts due in federal court now next month to officially pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the Merrimack valley gas fires and explosions and tonight ever source has announced it will be purchasing Columbia gas of Massachusetts and its assets for one point one billion dollars six fifty the remains of the serviceman from New Hampshire killed in Afghanistan have finally returned home to Hudson's WBZ-TV's Michelle Fisher has more this afternoon the body of the Air Force captain Ryan Fennell some back here in his hometown of Hudson New Hampshire even those who didn't know him personally say it was important to honor his service as the procession passed through town I don't think the guys in the military get enough respect to service dozens lined the procession route paying their respects as the hearse carrying captain Ryan furnace casket passed through the town the procession passed under an American flag just outside Hudson's fire station a reminder a friend of sacrifice for the country captain Canuck was one of two Air Force officers killed when their surveillance plane went down in Afghanistan last month the town is here definitely to support the family he was one of us and we take care of our own we head office Katie sign that passed away she was also a Hudson resident previously awake for so no full be held here at dumont Sullivan funeral home on Friday and his funeral is planned for Saturday over at Saint Catherine's church six fifty one this portion of the news brought to us by window world of Boston we'll check traffic and weather together not drive around Boston for a living please go to State Street thank long medical please WBZ thank you for giving our listeners to their destination thanks a lot thank you the city WBZ is with you on the ride tell your driver to put on WBZ at ten thirty I like to stay caught up Boston's newsradio twenty twenty is a leap year which means we get a whole extra day this is Dan right twenty four hours to get things done you've been putting off but many to book that family vacay go for it finally getting around to that leaky faucet in the bathroom go for it still need to do your taxes well maybe wait until April for that.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The procession route paying their respects as the hearse carrying captain Ryan furnace casket passed through the town the procession passed under an American flag just outside Hudson's fire station a reminder a friend of sacrifice for the country captain Canuck was one of two Air Force officers killed when their surveillance plane went down in Afghanistan last month the town is here definitely to support the family he was one of us and we take care of our own we head office Katie sign that passed away she was also a Hudson resident previously awake for certain of will be held here at dumont Sullivan funeral home on Friday was planned for Saturday at St Catherine's church the twenty twenty democratic presidential candidates talking about withdrawing US troops from the Middle East that last night's debate in South Carolina Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren said it's the president's sacred responsibility to not use our military for problems that can't be solved with violence we are not winning in Afghanistan we are not winning in the Middle East what we need to do is we need to use all the tools in our toolbox former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg says he would not pull troops out of the Middle East but he argued we shouldn't be fighting wars we can't win we have to have some troops in places where terrorists congregate and to not do so it was just a responsible people to judge who served in the military says while he was in the country's uniform the country's integrity kept him as safe as as body armor the flag on my shoulder represented a country that was known to keep its word our allies and our adversaries knew it the president has torn that to shreds a bill introduced in the Senate would reverse the trump administration's shifting of billions of dollars as in military funding to the southern border wall the bill introduced by Senate Democrats would also put limits on the ability to make future transfers the measure would cancel the transfer of three point eight billion dollars in Pentagon funding to the administration's border wall project and put that money back in defense department coffers Democrats say the transfer was an attack on Congress's spending power and military readiness and they challenge Senate Republicans who control the chamber to join them in supporting the measure bill breaks off CBS news Washington a Cambodian refugee who says he was wrongly deported nearly two years ago is reuniting with his family in Massachusetts fifty year old tai chi of Lowell got his green card reinstated last year Asian American organizations that've been fighting increased deportations of southeast Asians under president trump say she is the fourth Cambodian refugee to be allowed back into the country after being deported just the first one on the east coast the trump administration is abruptly canceled plans for a multi billion dollar project to protect New York City from the kind of powerful storm surge it experienced during superstorm sandy CBS news climate specialist Jeff Barrett Delhi federal government halted a project by the army corps of engineers which they've been working on for about three years or so and it's already cost millions of dollars the army corps now says the project is indefinitely postponed a core Fishel in charge of the project said that this is really unusual this simply doesn't happen this is in in progress study they were just months away from releasing a report which outlines plans to protect New York from storm surge and that of course is complicated by sea level rise The New York Times reports a senior administration official says that project was too costly and on focused officials in Montgomery County Maryland are now proposing a bill that would ban the release of balloons Montgomery County council vice president Tom Parker introduced a bill that would protect wildlife he says by banning the outdoor release of helium filled latex and mylar balloon the main problem is they really endanger our precious wildlife they can drift hundreds of miles in Merrill we found some balloons that were launched at the Indianapolis five hundred the first offense would be a civil penalty than fines of up to seven hundred and fifty dollars after that a number of Maryland counties already have active balloon releasing bands and statewide bans are currently active in Connecticut California Texas Virginia Tennessee and Florida on Sunday Quincy bands most single use plastic bags back in December the city council unanimously voted on the changes it follows many other Massachusetts communities are the ones he was facing sentencing March eleventh after being found guilty this week on two charges rape and predatory sexual assault he was however acquitted on three other counts now one of the jurors on that New York panel is talking sure number two speaking out for the first time in the wake of Harvey Weinstein's bombshell conviction I was confident in the decision that I myself recounting to inside edition the heart pounding moments that she and the eleven other jurors issued the verdict I felt like my heart was literally gonna pop out of my chest eighteen hours of deliberations culminating with Weinstein found guilty of third degree rape and sexual assault writers ABC's aerial.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Held this weekend for Ryan phone off the U. S. Air Force captain from Hudson New Hampshire was killed in a plane crash in Afghanistan this casket arrived at national airport this morning and escorted to a funeral home in Hudson dozens lined the procession route paying their respects as the hearse carrying captain Ryan furnace casket passed through the town the procession passed under an American flag just outside Hudson's fire station a reminder a friend of sacrifice for the country captain Smith was one of two Air Force officers killed when their surveillance plane went down in Afghanistan last month the town is here definitely to support the family he was one of us and we take care of our own we head office Katie crying that passed away she was also a Hudson resident previously held Wake Forest enough will be held here at dumont Sullivan funeral home on Friday a funeral service is scheduled to be held Saturday at Saint Catherine's church and that is WBZ TV's Michelle Fisher reporting the deadly crash is under investigation officials have said there is no evidence the plane was downed by any hostile action at two oh six it was another fiery debate last night from Charleston South Carolina A. B. C.'s Trevor all tests recap of the winners and losers senator Bernie Sanders walked into a Hornet's nest to Tuesday's CBS news debate and I both want to see universal health care but Bernie's plan doesn't explain how to get there doesn't show how we're going to get enough allies into it doesn't show enough about how we're going to pay for it but Sanders wasn't the only candidate targeted former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg again in the crosshairs of senator Elizabeth Warren at least I didn't have a boss who said to me tell it the way the Bloomberg never I have said to one of my employees the heated discourse frequently boiling over in a way not seen in previous debates in the South Carolina primary is set for this Saturday and following a bribery scandal Boston mayor Marty Walsh signed an executive order to make some changes to the zoning board of appeals the city council is considering deeper changes as well we get more from WBZ's Karen regal Walsh's order Titans conflict of interest and financial disclosure rules city councilor Lydia Edwards is pushing for other reforms which would require Beacon Hill approval at a city hall hearing those changes among them adding to the Z. B. A. people with knowledge of urban planning and gentrification the window Connor isn't so Boston with the city point neighborhood association and she spoke in favor of the home rule petition how many units have been put in South Boston we don't know how many units are going to be put in East Boston we don't now so we don't really have a lot of information in so far as statistics but yet units are just going out houses are being raised at city hall Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio and it's two oh eight now on WBZ newsradio it's time for business live to Bloomberg here's intro day over the short run the U. S. market is now oversold enough to warrant a bounce him that's the word from an analyst at Janney today helping explain the move higher for Wall Street indexes that we got at least for a while even this coronavirus continue spreading but now the Dow is down sixty nine points it was up about four hundred at one point S. and P. five hundred is down for nasdaq was down a minute ago but now it's gaining eighteen as the indexes kind of flail around here this afternoon Amazon has caught a case of corona virus kind of some of the charming of small merchants are cutting back on their ad spending because of it many worry about running out of inventory on stuff to come from China due to factory closings and other virus related slowdowns and that could mean higher prices for the rest of.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WCHS
"Matters charleston's only twenty four hour newsroom here is what's happening now from the voice of charleston 965 fm 580 am wchs lebano three and the capital city of forty degrees under cloudy skies i'm jeff jenkins in the 965 fm and 580 wchs radio new jim could see some sun this afternoon forget that will get up into the upper 40s today we have more accu weather coming up the education workers striking west virginia's in its seventh day and the state capital filled once again this is the message the educators are sending they want the states in a arctic door the pay raise bill passed by the house of delegates earlier this week county school superintendent are faced with daily decisions about whether or not to have school so far none of them have attempted to the kennedy school superintendent blaine has has his eye on the calendar important we're about lower month away from two very important testing not only for the school system but for students for instance are high school students have sat testing the jackson county school board has decided to reschedule some of the days during what was spring break now back at the capitol state senate majority to ryan furnaces senators worked late into the night and continued meetings this morning on that pay raise bill france's the current plan passed the house and it is five percent for teachers service personnel at state troopers at three percent for all other state worker added permanent yet not gives a lot of our caucus like i said it may be may not be just republican caught maybe democrat did well i'll give them a lot of heartburn um that there was you know a large group of employees that were or left out of this deal uh to a large extent efforts was not specific during appears this morning on metronews talkline about what a new proposal might include he did say it would take a few days to change the budget bill if something is approved senate finance committee chairman craig blair says he will not be rushed i am not going to.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WCHS
"That and or uh you know one thing i was gonna say as we talk about these things we are not having a budget crisis at this moment you're at the capitol but what you do see is a lot of questions about what is the legislature's role in overseeing how funny is spence and on some other issues what are the priorities for spending money and this is the first of those uh and and the stories we have seen and dawn about uh vote the expense of love the extensive couch the in late floor uh just has opened up a can of worms uh first of all for book the legislature to make a move through a constitutional amendment that we will on the oversee the supreme court spot an and that has been a matter of separation of powers but uh the legislature now prime to make the case that it needs oversight uh but secondly a couple of other things coming out of that uh were i think we're gonna see a new for two probably uh some legislation for an intermediate appeals court right possibly as soon as next week uh senate finance uh sorry senate majority leader ryan furnace uh the scrap that just in brief on talkline yesterday so uh it's it's just a couched it's just some rugs by all kinds of political repercussions yeah absolutely agree completely and the the and i i think that lawmakers the they do you may not think they do you general public but in fact they do hear from you and they do pay attention it and i think that when lawmakers are back home that the grocery store or wherever that your reversing hey what's up with this couch what's up this officer innovation what are you going to do about it and i think they feel oughta per i first of all i think they're outraged by any way and then second of all i think they're feeling pressure what are you gonna do about it now let's go.
"ryan furnace" Discussed on WCHS
"Stage center to ryan furnace republican ohio can run good morning how are you sir and the peoria i'm great thank un like remain oh democratic senator from errors are going to my good morning to you probably good to hear from you snored mike let's start with you do you think that the governor is on the right track when he says what's race four hundred fifty million dollars in new taxes i'm a cubs of twenty seven million dollar to see on the right track or the wrong truck thank you know hopper either there's a lot of different ways to attack what has become an an absolute crisis in you know we got to remember that hard legislature held the last two years through precious crisis we've been doing it with one time majors you know one times six as the kicks a kid down the road and now we're pretty supporter million dollar doubts that thang is going to sell to almost eight hundred million if we do not make per minute six since two our budget now the words either personally race revenues return early lower expenses and certainly there's a combination of what he can do it now you know it's clear that my turned on the other side center learned one of them have rejected the governors proposal i'm looking forward to see what they to first his during the draft okay way or the other esto dijo believe the governors on the right track with four hundred fifty million dollars in tax increases in twenty seven million dollars in cubs you know that began in it's hard for me to say he's on the right track much hotel smother run right track is when we don't and then it is are going to be successful i mean certainly where he's important fifty million dollars and taxes so watch here remember the the legislature brought taxes stay on five million opened up the last decade with the seventeen close tax statement country so there were some room to ready some revenues how you do that what common they should think that is i think the critical that the reasons missing from the governors but you isner is not over and we for working people in west virginia you've got to put money in the hands work and people.