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Alabama brothers, ages 3 and 1, found dead in hot car
"In Shelby County released the names of two young brothers who died after climbing into a hot car. The victim's air three year old Daniel Garcia, and one year old Ivan Salazar, and obituary describes Daniel is one of the happiest kid you'd ever meet. Ivan was called a happy child that was full of laughter. Investigators say the brothers got into the vehicle, but when were unable to get out. A funeral's gonna be held Saturday in Clanton.
No suspects in custody after 9-year-old boy dies in Chicago shooting
"Have have no no suspects suspects in in the the fatal fatal shooting shooting Friday Friday of of a a nine nine year year old old boy, boy, authorities authorities say say Generally, Generally, Ricks Ricks was was playing playing in in a a lot lot Friday Friday evening evening near near Cambridge Cambridge Avenue Avenue and and Locust Locust Street Street when when someone someone walked walked up up and and began began shooting shooting Or Or from from WG WG and and TV's TV's Judy Judy Wang. Wang. He He was was going going to to be be 1/4 1/4 grader, grader, Ruben Salazar Elementary school and qualify for a program for gifted Children. Last night. Neighbors in the former Cabrini Green complex where the boy lived, gathered for a vigil, stuffed animals of football basketballs and lit candles marked the area where generally was killed. $4000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. You can call 800 You tell us. That's the letter you tell us with any information or reported to CPD tip. Dotcom
George Floyd march in downtown Houston, San Antonio
"And it's ten Antonio continues to heal from Saturday night's unrest following a huge peaceful protest in honor of George George Floyd there Nierenberg says that dozens of people who gather downtown to clean up after the aftermath on Sunday show the exact same kind of spirit as the protest prior to the folks that were in those lines of people marching downtown on Sunday morning to clean up or almost the same kinds of scenes you could see when they were marching through the streets for just the same kinds of folks meantime protesters demonstrated peaceful fully in front of the bear county courthouse yesterday they were joined by a share of having our Salazar well victim George Floyd's family will be marching towards Houston city hall this afternoon as ongoing protests continue around the nation Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner said that they expect thousands of people to show up and law enforcement officials have been called in from all levels on the computer to left of this family the marches if it's not a city of Houston E. van but it is being organized by a local community
New York now investigating child illness possibly linked to coronavirus, Cuomo says
"Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that New York is investigating about one hundred cases of a mysterious inflammatory syndrome in children that's thought to be related to the coronavirus three young people in the state of died of the syndrome which affects blood vessels and organs and has symptoms including persistent fever rash abdominal pain and vomiting there have been children in other places in the United States and in Europe too there have also been hospitalized with the syndrome the physician in chief at Connecticut children's Medical Center his name is doctor Juan Salazar he said the rear syndrome often appears two to four weeks after a child has recovered from corona virus often without ever being diagnosed with the virus Dr Anthony Fauci spoke about the syndrome during that Senate testimony we just listened in on there yesterday about the coronavirus saying quote I think we better be very careful that we're not cavalier and thinking that children are completely immune to the effects of covert
ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'
"Welcome to the JALEN and Jacoby after show. Jalen once again here I am live with you right. After two episodes of the last dance on a Sunday night that again blew my mind. It just keeps getting better and better every single Sunday night. What are your initial reactions from episode? Five and six so many different reactions. Jacoby Your Guy de Thomas was left off the Dream Team. Michael Jordan sort of separate himself a little bit from that decision. I WanNa Talk Salazar raising hair about that. These episodes Jalen rose. I loved watching the greatest of all time. The grote one of the best athletes that this species ever produce struggle on the golf course just like my driver Michael Jordan. Only feel you my time. I'M GONNA give everybody an underlying theme somebody to play with the Bulls after Jordan air. Something that I saw that after this moment everybody that Sina Dot can now run with Republican. Something so the. Nobody's discussing you notice. A couple of the Bulls employs like the equipment guy. Light the media relations sky people that were really close to Jerry Cross. They envied Michael Jordan. Success and fame. They envied it. Remember the part where he even called his security sniff. Brothers remember that part of course as people who now know all of the parties involved and same thing with Pr. It was like Oh. They thought he was such a big deal. Yeah he was the biggest deal and so this is what went through. The building ultimately led to their overall demise after the winning six championships well. I'm glad you mentioned his success. And his fame because that was explored in depth this evening and not always the positive and we do see the positive the endorsements and the deal with Nike. But we also see the negative and it seemed like he was a hostage in his own hotel room and they did a really good job of just sort of what. It's like to be Michael Jordan. Now you know what? It's like to leave a hotel room and a half fans outside a hotel and going arena and have people want your signature but granted you regret. Nba Player superstar. But nothing to the level of Michael Jeffrey Jordan during the Mid Nineties and this documentary this evening did a really good job of showing how. That's something that we all want. We all want to be like Mike. But when you are Mike you want to not be like Mike. And it was such a such a really well done portray. It's a IT'S A. It's a sentiment that we've seen so many documentaries in so many behind the music's where oh it was fame and we wanted. We want we want it. We got it and then it turned bad but I felt like this evening. The did a really good job of explaining exactly why. And how and what? The experience was like for Michael Jordan. During that time what do you think? I think it's great throughout these series to acknowledge how he became the best player in the League in eighties. The most dominant in exciting player that the game has seen and then how he elevated one three in a row and became the goat at that point. Just think about it. He had three Peter something that Magic Bird Isaiah. Dr J. hadn't done. He was the goat. Then Jacoby just think about that. He was the goat before he left the game. And so having him on your squat and being able to go anywhere. He can't take one step out of his room without being acknowledged he's the most famous pitch man on the earth. Commercials movies like it. Just didn't stop his popularity so nobody will be able to garner Garner what he was able to do as far as making the game mainstream and it also showed immense pressure that that
Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight
"Foudy is a soccer commentator for ESPN and was a member of the US women's national team from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand four. She also hosts a podcast laughter permitted so Julie. It's been a chaotic few days. I use the word chaotic relatively now for American soccer late last week the president of the US Soccer Federation. Carlos Cordeiro resigned. What was the chain of events that brought that about? We need a couple of days and a lot of wind for that. Actually I think we have that actually right now we do. It all started obviously with the lawsuit that the women filed last March for gender discrimination and then there was a brief that really triggered this avalanche. That was released last week. There central argument was women are inherently inferior to men to this from the US defense quote. The job of a men's national team player requires a higher level of skill based on speed and strength and does the job of a women's national team player. He response was immediate federation saying that Biological Sciences. The reason why men should make more money than the women. You've got to be kidding. Me Arrogance and ignorance here is outstanding. It's mind blowing. This woman are the best at what they do in the world in the world. How how can they be compensated? What then transpired was we were in the middle of our coverage of the she believes up which is an annual tournament that the women play and it was their last game of the tournament and my play by play. Guy Actually looks at me Sebastian. Salazar points to his phone and puts his finger up like hold on. I need to read. Something just been handed a statement from USF President Carlos Cordeiro and he proceeds to read this apology on air from Carlos. Cordeiro apologize for the offensive pain caused by language in this week's court filing which did not reflect the values of our federation or a tremendous admiration of our women's national team women's National Cordeiro saying I hadn't properly read the brief. I apologize for what's in there. We're firing our legal team and hiring late them and walk INS. I literally had to take about a five second pause and gather myself because my head was about to implode these players are getting deposed all the time they're being asked questions like you lose the fifteen year olds though right so you're inferior rights so you know this is happening. You have to know that the players are feeling it is well known was buying it and to give us the statement on air. I thought was a terrible idea for me to react to it. I don't get how you ever get to this position where you're okay with letting your legal team run all these depositions in that manner and making that that central tentpole of your arguments and the very next day. Carlos Cordeiro resigned as President Julia. Why do you think the backlash resulted so quickly in Cordero's resignation? I think the sponsors helped I think. They saw the reaction from some of their biggest partners. Coca Deloitte Volkswagen. The statements they put out. Were words like we're disgusted by this. We would never associate with an organization that thinks this way yet. We stand by the Women. If you're US soccer they feel like they're on the brink of something in in a very negative way and so they knew they had to do something quickly. Obviously this moment puts the players in a bit of a weird spot. Where in the midst of all this? They're playing event wearing the shield for us soccer's actively trying to undercut their standing as highly skilled athletes. How did they react honestly? Who was so proud of how they handled it. Us and Japan have on the world soccer's biggest stage and today they meet with the two thousand twenty. She believes title on the line. We've been given a heads up that they were gonNA wear their jerseys inside out. The warmup jerseys wrestler wearing their warm up uniforms inside out. We're told this is in response to the latest legal filings by the US federation. Usually they take that photo with just the starting eleven before you start a game. And you're in your jerseys. They kept their warm up jerseys on and they had the team stand in solidarity. They knew they had to play but they also wanted to be clear. Like this is not okay. We don't stand for what their argument they're making. They always have the. Us Women's national team proved their worth on the field. Three to one over Japan. They are she believes cup. Champions on air right after as we've seen all over social media her response was spot on like I want every little girl to know that you're not lesser than a boy
What could TE Austin Hooper bring to Packers offense?
"Was a report from. I think it was robbed a mosque. Who covers the Green Bay packers and he made you know at least the packers are aware that they need more pask actors? They reportedly planned to add two of them via free agency and the draft. And you can certainly get a bunch. But I'm not sure that the guy that he talked he said they're played into. Target Austin Hooper. I'm not sure that's what Aaron Rodgers really needs. I would rather see somebody more explosive. I don't know what you think about that but either released Jimmy Graham who's just Zaslov signing for them. I would note that Matlin. Flair was the Falcons quarterbacks coach when Austin who was a rookie in two thousand sixteen in Atlanta But Yeah I. I don't know I'm not sure awesome. Hooper is exactly what fixes. What's wrong with Green Bay right now? Which is clear. It's Green Bay at margin only feels comfortable throwing to Davante Adams. Yeah I think they're awesome. Hooper would be fine signing You give the packers a solid possession tight end just really reliable. Almost eighty percent career catch. Ray Can block enough from a dynasty standpoint. He would block J Sternberg who drafted in the third round. This past year in. I mean I really liked him coming at a at a Texas. A&m But you know. Yeah he he would be a big roadblock in the way of j Sternberg. I'm completely with you. Though in Syria I mean I. I think that they should sign two guys. I mean I think that Al Having Allen Lazard as your number two option. The passing game isn't good enough and I think that even if they signed someone like Austin Hooper. I think should go robby Anderson. You know I think that Robbie Anderson Opposite Davante Adams would give them Just a completely different dynamic in their passing game. I think that they need some any they I think they need an explosive field stretcher. And Yeah if I was. I would focus on a guy like Robin Anderson. I mean mark has vowed is scant laying in theory had the skill set to be that guy but he just did not take a second year. Yeah there were some reports from Our friend Matthew Berry had noted that era jittery like Salazar staff-related Allen. So I think they're going to add a wide receiver for sure. But for now I would consider Allen Lazard the front runner for the number two wide receiver job. Assuming they don't add anybody which then was certainly
"salazar" Discussed on Probably Science
"Okay now. Let's play the sound Those those my dog those news okay. So yes these qualities. The had spiraled out of control on kangaroo grew out into an unsustainable population of about fifty thousand People think Oh you have lots of calls over there and their decline other parts of Australia so while you just take them across associate you see Professor Matthew from the University said but the problem is not a lot of genetic diversity there in two thousand to study found testicular stickler a pleasure in Kuala resulted in the remaining then. Oh so this is part of the American. You have a sub sample bread from sub sample and a lot of calls in parts of Victoria and South Australia. Have what they call stickler a pleasure or the only one testicle. Two thousand to study found. testicular plaza inquiries resulted in that arena testicle being significantly larger major than normal. She's got one big instead. It's one giant bowl yeah which effectively compensated for the lack of a second test to. I'm thinking I would say not another. I think I'm thinking of the toy when you're a kid that was like a rubber ball that you bounced on a the Yoga balls that people just society. The Big Purple Rubber Ball used as for lower back strengthening. That right there. Yeah Yeah so yes. You're callable over there. Some qualified not tickles sales at all and were therefore sterile. Doctor said an introduced population on an island could suffer from inbreeding and genetic drift where the frequency of gene form called Lille called Anna Lille was affected acted randomly and led to large changes in populations a lot of people talk about inbreeding being bad because it affects population growth but it obviously didn't un-french island in kangaroo island because they grew a lot several Essay government programs on kangaroo. Island have sought to sterilize or trans locate its population to protect local environment from over browsing despite despite qualified patients being in decline in Australia So yeah the. Bushfires December January estimated of decimated K. is qualification L. population by up to ninety percent. Wow I didn't know that that's locked. The it's a high percent. Yeah Yeah Yeah Some twelve quality orphaned by the fires have been housed at Cleland Wildlife Park in the Adelaide hills where they are to form a new arc population free of disease park director. Chris Daniels said the new colony was known as the Golden Children. It could be used for purposes. I haven't heard that that verb before rewinding and to weld or never remember. We want now from that. Everyone number and to improve the genetics of qualities across essay and Australia. If they are true golden holding children we can of the program involved the military to help with feeding them. Because it had to be done under the strictest of quarantine conditions Professor Daniels said if I had movie I WanNa movie about the military guy who is a marine and then he's like are bad ass dude and they're like your troop at your future qualities in your Ed. Thank you for your service. He learned to love by giving something Eucalyptus he's got these twelve The twelve disciples of so. Yeah if they're true. Golden children cannot expose them to any potential committee or any other infectious diseases. Daniels said testicular a pleasure. Asia Essay qualified dot affected their ability to breed weed. Says article is totally not about what it seems to be about. The tech testicles. Aren't the issue at all. Well I mean they're not not an issue what's your person with two testicles. So it's not a big deal to you but to Kuala with one giant ball. It seems like it's about that. Here's the poll quote for the article. I'm not sure exactly. What the proportion of them that have of them having one testicle but let me assure you that testicle works? That takes rock. Iraq may not have a lot of bullets but what I do have got a lot of ball ball. It's interesting in that. Just because because they're genetically bottleneck in the sense. They're very similar because they came from a few individuals that does not mean they are not able to reproduce an established. Stable populations There's is actually a fair amount more to this article but yeah you get their starting a new. The committee things. I mean that is crazy and they all go to like spring break in Mexico and they all came back fucked up. It was on my friends. I wonder if this'll be these twelve quality. All Bananas now are just that one. Chitty banana that once we all. We'll get the mediocre bananas. Red Apples like yeah. We're all GONNA have this shitty. Granny Smith qualas. Maybe the good quality of the same way that every avocado you have is Haas Avocado. That came from one hundred years ago to poke at Haas. Avocado rule maybe. This'll be Haas qualifying quality delicious. I bet there are we. Are we doing this show right. Am I doing this show. This is this is what it usually as. Yeah okay. I'm I'm I'm I've I've been working super long days and this is the show and I just WanNa make sure that I'm not. I'm in kind of a sleep bliss Hayes and so I'm just making sure I'm with you actually no I. I forgot to mention new job that I have is. I'm writing on the great debate for Scifi wire And that's a show that TJ chambers assertiveness co host. He's been doing that. Live at cons around the country like kamikazes and things a panel having people debate things like you know who's who would be the worst boss is to work for Darth Vader James. But we're making it. It's taping in a month so if you're in La between March eighth and March seventeenth and you wanNA come see I can't tell you the names of who we book but the people who live panel are like you know Your Adam savage is Felicia Day's Joe Manganiello Exert NERD corps also. We're having now see. The host is though as well right. Host whose rates theater fame and friend of the show. Yeah so if you WanNa Watch tapings things will have to a day from March eighth to the seventeenth while you just tweet at all. Besides if you're interested in coming in I'll put you on a list. We want some people who will. We'll get jokes in the audience so yeah rather than just yeah. There's always a risk if daily for new show the you kind of if you don't have people who are fans of the show or fans of the kind of thing that show is then you end up with a bit of a rent a crowd whereas just shit out of work actors and models trying to get on TV Mike Lawrence Lawrence relaxing philosophic about the satiric of Adamantine rental audience. person like if I smart enough maybe I'll get on. TV more in okay constantly. Almost everyone of there is nothing. There's extras and then there are the people and it is a sad life and who in La for those people beat audience person to be sure actually excited to see shows. I mean if you're if you're there. Is there a west of temporary jobs you could be doing if you just want to make commissioner cash on the side it depends on the show. No I I I stayed you manage for two years and like the people who who are extras for like their life isn't necessarily bad. The day all have busy like there's a real ven India Graham overlap of like someone who's super schemes. Someone who also they just want to be an extra. It's it's that sort of the same mentality they they all are like. It's CR- they show up with folding chairs and their laptops in a book to read and they're all white sort of working the stock market at the same time. It's really an interesting invive. Man I I did have one. And you're treated like cattle. Also the Edmund an extra and I know where that is I I had to do something wants wet. It was for a small role on Jim. Jefferies old Sitcom legit. Yeah where he's so. You seem in in Honolulu. Is the plug who for But it it it could well be abound very streaming services at various different times But I was playing a stand up. Comedian stretch a real stretch. uh-huh for what if I said that really serious say one time as a supplying a stand up comedian thrash that sounded. It was just like yeah. That must've been hard for you because that's what I did. This might yes. Yeah to write the jokes that you did for you know. So this is the thing thing is but I had to the thing about. If they're if they're taping a scene is when I was in the full ground of the Scheldt I was talking my normal volume but then it cut to Jim having a conversation with another comedian at the bar. However this comedy club with me and the backgrounds which meant that for multiple takes in a row? I had to mime doing. Stand up comedy I I had to do stand up comedy silently silently to an audience of extra pretending to love. Oh my God holy Shit. Because Australia's I was talking for real. That sound would lead into the scene and it would make it impossible to cut so then do it in a way. That's not a Jew. You can't be like Ron Lynch shoes of twenty year colleague person who could do no sound at all and still make you laugh. Have you know I had to look like I was just doing normal speaking because also they filmed some with me. We're really talking. And that would then the sound booth get mixed of that at a lower level over over. The scene weren't in the background sole reason I mentioned in particular is because this audience of extras who that being my audience. One guy hated me with that one guy. I was miming doing comedy and I couldn't get a fake laugh out of a guy who was miming. Being an audience member silent heckled. I was GonNa Silence Line of treatment. Just him pointing you on the stage at telling you to get off. Yeah like fucking what do I have to do to pretend to make you laugh. Just give me something. Just fake give me something fake name. Fake working my ass off. Maybe he thought federal fake go to your job and the speed comics. They want fake huckler. Take helping this fake news to me. Fat Actually Property Harvey was quite a good actor because there is always that one guy. There's always that one plus one. Why do they want to? There's there's a scientific study I want. Why the people with the worst sense of humor sit loves front Rosset fucking insane? I couldn't yeah. And he was right there and I couldn't see him and it was just nothing just giving me nothing. The thing that is just crushing. Your only job is to be paid to pretend to like this year. I've really sold this whole without getting paid. Now he's he's got pizza and it also really got to me as well. I was like. Why can't I get non words? I'm not failures at an open mic sorted. The Dow guys I'm not going to do any material pantomime see what happens. I know it's fake. Do Stand up. That is awful man. But no I think a real taping for a for sure like that as well like a panel. Show your fun. So it's live and interactive and genuine improvisation Roswell because there'll be people people have seen I think it went viral has just clips from the show. I think it was parks and REC nozzle showers filibuster. I mean is that sort of thing. Thank you yeah which I guarantee you'll probably have some good worm comics doing bits and stuff like that warm comics but like the whole panel people were casting think like I said. We can't say in case they fall. Yeah it's really. It's people that I enjoyed her excited about. Yeah Look Stanley's coming back from the dead. For Our signs ends discuss the actual Batman Pulsar and and Dwayne the Rock Johnson the actor that giant spider wind and by the way the winds strong opinions about Miles Morales versus. You can't you can't do. We want to talk about that like that's not going to be a debate..
"salazar" Discussed on Probably Science
"Food. Hey everyone welcome to probably science. I'm Mike and Andy. Hello Matthew. I can't believe we haven't had this guest on this. I know I'd say I say this semi regularly. It's crazy. Yeah this one is really crazy. Totally absurd crazy because one of the first people I new out in La. Yeah that is true and a person I knew before I moved to La. Six years before I moved to La Hindu we met at the UC. We we met online but we met officially at the UC who met online but we met at the UC be in the like the side aisle waiting to sit down for a show. Probably the all night show show in two thousand nine. Yeah Yep Yep but through the magic of a special thing dot com the tenacious defence of Mr Shows. Today's Yeah Ed Salazar. Ella's thank you very much for the show mystery. Yes that's all everybody. didn't crashed on. Did I crush on your floor and two thousand five. We exchanged floor. Lord Crashes Okay. We actually said this is at Salvage Co. comedian producer dog comics. Wchs met on comedy he had last week. We were accompanied by two fiancee's mine and guests and this week we're accompanied by a dog the newt. Yeah which is the greater bond and love then marriage will ever give you so long only tell you something. I will murder people for this dog. I I did meisner acting classes for a year and a half and like you have to imagine things to give yourself emotion and so when I had to go in a scene where had to be like angry I was like I would just imagine someone doing anything to my dog and I would come in too hot like if you get too close to somebody somebody she. You're the teacher. Would y'all five feet and I would just come in fucking furious. I mean you see. And she's like well the senior. You've got a parking ticket and I'm like the talking ticket from the guy who would my dog just ripping doors. Where where did you get that phone book to rip into? Why does he have a flame thrower even print phone books? I ordered a phone book for the scene. But yeah thank you for. I can't believe I haven't been on before it's on all of us. I'm GonNa talk to my agent. You have asked me a few times and it's literally. It's like every every time though I've been like you have you've asked me and I've had to have skin tagliabue's gross thank you for adding that. It's part of having darker complexion. It happens while you're here now. So thank you so much for the time and we always ask before we get into stories. What if anything is your background in science? Oh that's really interesting well. I was I- sociologist. Sort of a soft science and liberal science. I don't know how people look at it but I did like do a lot of statistical analysis else's through that and I always I do really like science remember I'm dyslexic which I didn't know at the time so when I got into the science classes it was actually kind of physics. I remember high school. Physics was a really great class. Because it uses your brain you. Physics is imagery Einstein. A lot of his like it wasn't old equations on a piece of paper. It's magic like a train and write a little experiments it's thought experiments and just for dyslexic. That's actually very much more fun and gave an for people dyslexia have sometimes a hard time organizing the world and and physics gave me a very good Grounding in that and I always enjoyed I enjoy you know science and I'm an atheist so also also like I'm very kind of anti spiritualism and anti religion so speaking speaking to that before recording talking about people screamed at the walls started started watching the show and that's bad if you watched any light. Why are you doing this to yourself? Why are you doing this to them? Metrics is it. It's just so fun to get worked up about dumb style and like some of the episodes are benign enough but doing yoga is good for you. Yeah but then haven't gotten one yet but I guess there's one where she brings in fucking sakes. Yes so that's the level of bullshit we're GONNA get massive amounts of low hanging. Wait a second wife. WHO's vetting these psychics Yeah and here's my rant about that is that it's real fucking delightful. Can we swear on. Yes it's real delightful for rich the people with healthcare to to believe this bullshit stuff. The problem is that there's poor people like me who sometimes don't have health care and there's there's a lot of people who don't have health care who are going to watch this and use it as a stopgap for healthcare that's awful and it's like fine you can have all your goop but you also have to give everybody healthcare one of the other. You can't because she's like this really Tom Brady. Also it's like he's like I drink twenty gallons of water a day so oh I can't get Sun Burns like also you. Have you have a skin regimen. That's like twenty thousand dollars a month or something like that. I'm sure he's putting lotions and Shit on his body you have nutritionists attrition is do you have. Your life is saying physically healthy. Also you live in Boston where there is no sun. Yeah I don't get sunburn. Yeah you you live in the Oh you did. I don't know who's known for his Non Sun Burning Abilities. Just yes why his most famous phone super bowl bayless but also I have a very sensitive very sensitive about how wealthy people take for granted things that they have and also try to put. who'd responsibility back on people for what the structure of society is doing to them and so whether when when rich people say things like Oh we need to teach people fiscal fiscal responsibility will no one tells? No one is like Oh you a billionaire by the one hundred million dollars. No one's like you're not spending your money right and a poor. A person buys like an IPHONE. And they're like oh you shouldn't an iphone so like in the same sense goop is once again pushing the your healthcare responsibility back on you ignoring the fact that people don't have fucking healthcare and that we shove shitty foods into people and that the environment is is trash right it is. It is hard for many people to do. Many of the things is yes. And also. There's that other thing and I know there was some criticism leveled Marianne Williamson as well as A. WHO's very much the same? Well the non-american listeners she was impossibly still is a Democrat candidate. Full twenty twenty five fish dropped out yet. She's on the cusp of dropping shut. Shut Bernie Sanders for people who love the Zodiac signs right And she in one of her books. She's she's written about I'm I'm GonNa have to paraphrase writing her. And all the people of Israel written about things like illnesses being caused by negative thoughts I including Cancer Hanser the Corolla the curler to that the LVS repercussion that is if if negative thoughts cause cancer. Then you are blaming the people's cancer on the negative this child's cancer this look. This kid did not like is the pain in his bedroom and now his cancer's is is not because there's like environmental or genetic effects or just pure random bad luck because they were thinking bad thoughts on for a couple of years. That's why that long ago that Chima I duNno. She's been accused of telling game and not to take medication for AIDS. Your were quote not positive positive enough to counter the disease Owen Cancer and AIDS. Another serious illnesses are physical. Manifestations of a psychic scream. She's a vision board struck by lightning and became person. It's so it's it's awful and once again it's it's like most of these look. What makes people depressed the fact that they don't have money that's really it? You can be bored depressed but then you can. If you have money you do drugs. And it's great and so like yeah. Well I mean there are also. They're all definitely very wealthy. People who have depression. I have depression. I've I've had depression associates before but also lake if you have but if you have given me five million dollars I would been Dr might have still been a little sad but I would have been like fun sad. You know life rush. It's really we puts so much stress on people in so much anxiety on their health. Health care mental health care and it's like to tell somebody somebody who if you're poor now in America you're commutes I. I would love to see a study. Sociologist this'll be. If I was not lazy and I would be willing to do that. I would be interested. I didn't like looking at length of commute correlating to income because we've pushed poor people for working unless people farther and farther out and then there's already research that shows that you longer commit the more depressed you are so it's like and then to tell someone who's like commuting from MM Riverside to work in Malibu at a restaurant that like oh your promise. You need to meditate editions great. I've done meditation. I'm not saying in addition bad but denied to also realize that like what we were. American people are working so many hours to tell people in the situation You need to eat healthier when they have no money and no time to prepare food and like when you're in that situation the only thing American you can get quickly and cheaply is McDonald's. Aw Yeah I lived in a poor part of DC. When I was a graduate of college a liberal kind of lower income is like it's what people call food desert and it's like so when when like someone unlike Google he is like this should get you should eat spinach and Kale and stuff and I would have to drive forty five minutes to get you know right or it could eat around? Anybody wants to kill or eat it right off the Pizza Hut Buffet. which was were used? Just exist was just pizza hut as the decoration. That did you know that this is. This is a piece of Trivia that I didn't know that kills not like an expense. It shouldn't being expensive before like the kind of current Kale Revolution the number one because it's a superfood food purchaser of generally meaningless designation. No it wasn't even eaten. It was used to put in between all of the containers dress. So you'd have like the Bacon ships around that would be Kaelin known eighty s right. ICN because it's very hard so yeah so it was just like decoration. That's fun no one eight it Kale until five years ago until goop until Gwen to goop fixed. A few things like keen wall was is just a staple food in large chunks of the world and now is made extraordinarily expensive. 'cause people who decided it's a fancy superfood super grain. How about the fact that like Acupuncture is actually. I don't know if it's expensive. I assume it's expensive. There's no way it's cheap right. But the only reason it exists right now is because And this when when I was having back problems people were like. Have you tried acupuncture like have you tried magic yet and I was like I finally got research and see you if if I can definitively say it's bunk or at least no better than placebo and the history of it. It's almost like it's almost racist. We think it's legit. Because we have this patronizing view of the and it's true hundreds of years old but one hundred years ago. China had already dismissed it as bunk. Sign Yeah it was debunked. It was brought back by Mao Tse Tung as a way to do for universal universal healthcare dot Gov medicine. It's just putting needles and people an American writer visited China in the seventy s was like oh ancient Chinese secret..
Alberto Salazar appeals doping ban
"The U. S. anti doping agency found project director Alberto Salazar guilty last month of conducting experiments with supplements and testosterone that were bankrolled and supported by Nike Salazar has denied any involvement in doping or
Nike will look into runner Mary Cain's allegations of abuse
"News Nike says it's investigating after one of its former star track athletes claim she was verbally abused by a now suspended coach Nike's investigating allegations by Mary Cain that she suffered physical and mental abuse as a member of the now shuttered Oregon project Caney former middle distance runner telling The New York Times she felt pressured to become thinner and thinner when she was with the Nike running team claiming she was publicly shamed and former teammates for not making weight targets she broke five bones admits that pressure to drop weight also at one point having suicidal thoughts and result in the cutting yourself the Oregon project close up shop last month after coach Alberto Salazar was suspended for years by the U. S. anti doping agency for illegally possessing and trafficking testosterone nanopore tunnel
Former Bronxville track star says Nike coach forced her to take pills to stay in shape
"A former teen running champion is blasting the Nike Oregon project for the way she was trained the project was an initiative to promote long distance running but shut down last month after coach Alberto Salazar was banned for violating doping rules americain set several records as part of the project between twenty thirteen and twenty sixteen she said she was constantly told to lose weight I was waiting for her teammates I was told during practices that I was clearly five pounds too heavy she was told she could take birth control to lose weight she also said the project had no female coaches are nutritionists and on top of that Kane says she became injured because of how she was trained and felt emotionally abused came by the allegations yesterday in a story for The New York
Two murder suspects captured at Mexico border after escaping California jail
"Authorities say to murder suspects who escaped from a California jail over the weekend are back in custody Montgomery County sheriff's captain John Thornburgh I said on Wednesday that Jonathan Salazar and Santos Fonseca were arrested while trying to re enter the United States from Mexico gets more information forty regarding the two inmates escape from our county jail back on Sunday and the news is they've been both found
Escaped Monterey Co. Jail inmates captured by US Customs and Border Protection
"Those two moderate county jail inmates who got away have been captured according to some reports by US customs and border protection agents these two men centers Fonseca Jonathan Salazar climbed out of a hole cut in the ceiling of their jail cell in Salinas both were being held on murder charges there had been a reported sighting a possible one of one of them in marina nearby that was yesterday but police say they did not capture anyone at the time our customs and border protection apparently involved in the capture as a word goes out from Monterey county sheriff thanking federal law enforcement partners a news conference scheduled for about an hour and fifteen minutes from now in Salinas at the Monterey county sheriff's headquarters where we assume will learn more
2 Murder Suspects Escaped Monterey County Jail Through Hole in Ceiling
"Authorities are continuing their search for two murder suspect who escaped from the Monterey county jail your listening to live in local headlines talk radio five sixty KSFO they thought they had found one of the men in the marina hotel room at yesterday but after an eight hour standoff police broke into the room and found it empty Jonathan Salazar and Santos Fonseca were awaiting trial in separate murder cases when they went straight Shastri Shawshank redemption through a hole in the jail feeling over the
California jail escape: Two accused murderers carved hole in ceiling
"To inmates charged with the murder broke out of the California jail over the weekend after climbing through a hole they made in the bathroom ceiling of their housing unit your listening to live in local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO yes they climb through the hole in the bathroom ceiling and then squeezed through wall before finding an escape hatch the two inmates Santos Fonseca who's twenty one and Jonathan Salazar who is twenty should be considered armed and dangerous authorities say that you are tied to two different Selena's gangs and they had been behind bars since twenty eighteen were raiding trial on murder counts and other quote numerous felony charges in separate cases Monterey county sheriff's department is offering a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to their arrests or I guess that would be three
Nike, ServiceNow and SAP CEOs play a game of musical chairs
"Soon because Tuesday morning under armor announced Kevin Plank is stepping down as CEO in January and then later in the day on Tuesday sort of late after a new Nike announced that CEO Mark Parker also stepping down in January he's going to be replaced by John Donahoe who is a Ward member at Nike he is also the CEO of Software Company called service now so he'll be he's been CEO there for nearly three years he's going to be leaving and and Bill McDermott who a couple of weeks ago stepped down or was forced out depending on which version of events you decide to believe he left sap after being CEO for nearly a decade he's now going to be the CEO service now so the musical chairs continuous. Let's let's start with Nike and shares down a little bit on the news and probably not a surprise when you consider Parker's been running this company since two thousand six and if you're a shareholder her under his tenure you have done very very well Oh yeah you're you're quite happy so parker was the second CEO at at Nike following tonight and he took over in two thousand six but there's probably been some I know there have been rumors at least that CEO succession at Nike is Being Thought About for instance three years ago after China chief Michael Sperling was promoted to President Product Marketing and that was his fifth promotion in ninety here so he's moving up the ranks pretty quickly people were wondering Oh is he being groomed as as the next successor but there was also C. C. O. exp Bronx and Brand President Trevor Edwards and the latter man gentleman especially with seen as as the primary contender but then a couple of years ago Edwards was forced out in March of two thousand eighteen amid amid allegations of inappropriate behavior and will leave it at that so Parker's a comment yes Yesterday during an interview that hey this has been months in the planning you don't do this just a couple of weeks is probably true but I'm I'm kind of wondering what the timing has to do with I mean under armor announces a plank stepping down and he says Oh maybe we want to get on that news to or is it more related to the drug doping thing that's I've been coming out and whether Parker knew about it or not and the speculation there or is it just hey today just happen to be the same day that all this other stuff was coming up yeah and and the drug doping thing that you mentioned that's a relief to Alberta Salazar coach ty did Nike over the last few weeks some stories have come out about that and then and then and the extent to which Parker knew about that so some some questions around that I find the timing fascinating because I just thought there's no way or you're going to have a very our time convincing me that this is a coincidence I mean all things being equal because Nike has been the clear leader in the category for so long and even plank has been very clear in his time at under armor you know running the company he was gunning for Nike the whole time right in most situations I would believe that under armor maybe got wind of this and they moved up their announcement and actually think in this situation I think it's the reverse I think that Nike may have just decided you know what we're gonNA announce this later this week or maybe we're we're going to tie to our earnings report you know what let's just do this right now so maybe when plank says okay I'm out in Percocet yes score column win column there we go so let's talk about Donohoe for a second I don't know a ton about him what I do We know is that his experience as an executive is very much in the tech space as I may have service now software company he was an executive at Ebay who is the CEO of EIB. Yeah the chief executive for years and made a bunch of acquisitions onto there so I think if you are a Nike shareholder again it's only down a couple of percentage points I don't think that's necessarily a knock on Donohoe I think that's more just Parker's done such a great job it's it's it's natural to see a trump a little bit but I think if you're if you're looking at the elevations donohoe it's it's with an eye towards his tech experience and Nike increasingly relying on technology to move product right and and and I think again the narrative is that that's why the White was named he has been a director for a couple of years at Nike who was the CEO of Ebay for seven eight years until Twenty fifteen is been the chairman pal he oversaw the spinoff of pay pal from Ebay but that was kind of forced upon him and Ebay by Carl ICAHN activision activision active what what's the word activism activism thank you but he's expected to come into Nike and use his tech savvy to probably continue the digital transformation that has really been driving some good results for Nike They've got their Nike plus membership they're getting being able to get more personalized in their advertising for that and they're seeing some big up responses to that and along with that awesome product tracking and inventory management a lot a lot of good things are happening with Nike from a Tech Perspective and I think Donna who's GonNa continue that maybe a better indicator Keke shareholders is what's happening with shares of service now because that's down about ten percent since it was announced go the donnas leaving let's move on to another great quarter for AAA same store sales such a crucial metric for any restaurant out there up eleven percent rent nearly two percentage points higher than expected the stock is down close to five percent today is that just because of the run that it has had to this point because it's been on an amazing tear it could be that well let me hit some of the points and then connect to that there were other numbers so cops I think that was the big I number and really kind of surprised eleven percent is huge when your restaurant seven and a half percent of that was on transactions that's more people buy more stuff three and a half percent was on average check with about two and a half of that coming from price increases last year but the fact that they're getting more digital orders and digital orders tend to be larger sized checks for that and that's the the present com is higher than what they've had all year q one ten percent Kutu now eleven present Q. Three though this little certainly make next to your harder harder to beat but that aside the digital thing is really going up they sought eighty eight percent increase in sales of digital orders and now there's like eighteen percent of total sales so that's pretty good and the rewards club is is really beginning to play into that and so they also said they're going to Open some more of there drive through and literally that's drive through you don't stop to order you just try to go and pick up pick up the stuff and that's tied into their didn't digital sales as well but why are the shares down five percent maybe it's well the the the the company's shares have had a fantastic runner up twenty percent since the any of June maybe investors saying hey that was a great quarter thank you very much and could take some money off the table maybe it's a bunch of the analyst not raising their their expectations AH bunch of analysts came out with higher price targets but nobody actually moved there from hold to outperform or market perform. to overweight or whatever the languages but you look at the job that Brian Nickel has done as CEO and Yeah quarter after quarter Cipolla has delivered under his leadership and it may be that the stock has entered that territory that we see from time to time when businesses have a great the three year run and it's essentially this was a phenomenal quarter but it wasn't perfect because now because we're greedy we wanna see you beating on everything and Radi race and guidance headed almost did meet on everything but actually I think I know why the shares were down it was announced that they're limited time Carne Asada meat product it is going to run off November so everyone's disappointed angry and where do you think and again let me just catch Thanks I don't think there's any pressure whatsoever on Brian Nichols given the job that he's done but I'm curious where you think the growth for AAA comes over the next three years because there was a point in this business history when they were doing so well with the namesake concept that people were looking to the shop house Asian cuisine concept as that's where future growth is gonNA come from we're not going to get as many locations as we have AAA but we're going to get you know a few hundred those have essentially been closed down so do they begin to resurrect some of those ideas or do you think it's just more digital more locations and finding ways to bump up the average ticket price I don't think they're going to go into other concepts quite yet of given their experience they're probably a little gun shy right there that might come down that might come to pass down the road I think they're going to push more into digital and get more people ordering in so they can just walk in and walk out and pick up their stuff that as well as the drive through what they call chip Elaine get terrible name right actually it's kind of funny but I mean reaction it's it's it's it's no worse than the estimate forces on us getting the name aside I think that's going to be a really good driver for the company and that means they can open a second product line of just fulfilling orders through that go through more digital sales and as well as having more customers come through the doors so I think that's where the growth is going to be trial various things Carne Asada apparently did very well well are they going to bring in some breakfast at some point probably so I think they're going to continue expanding what they're working on focusing on their cordial police thing and then maybe a few years down the road might start thinking about other concept's
"salazar" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS
"I just want minutes late all right I believe I told you about that but leaving bed stuy but I'm going to leave that alone this in the Salazar is going to be really they provide they were all things that you must do to start with this boy how can people represent you if they never hear from you you of course vote for people who may share your political values so you voted for them because there's this one issue that they promised to address but what happens after you elect them and what happens if you voted for someone else else and now you're represented by someone other than you cast a vote for whether you voted for them or not they now represent you so how do you begin build that relationship you can start by first requesting a meeting perhaps you're part of a Community Group of Block Association nonprofit or just scituate with an issue connecting with your elected officials in a face to face meeting is a great way to develop a relationship and influence the positions they take on the issues that are important to you so how do you request the meeting I you WanNa locate the schedulers email address on the legislators website or you can simply call the district office and asked what the process is to make an appointment I prefer to make the request in writing and in following up on assistant emails and follow up and make sure the scheduler and the people that you're speaking to in the office I know that you are a constituent the most effective and efficient way of securing an appointment is also to be very specific about why you want to meet if I were meeting with senator cells all off air for instance and in her office I would say the purpose of our meeting would be to introduce them I self as president of Brooklyn in double ACP identified that I'm a constituent and I wanna talk about the issues that the end of Lacey Pe- is working on now you need to do some preparation before you're going at mean June you can't just be walking up in there and just like a so are you doing a limited talk yeah you get your meetings scheduled and keep in mind this may be a while because depending on which elected official your meaning with it may be yeah well they may be in DC they may be at whatever your state capital is in a may be difficult to actually get it on the books but you then want to prepare if you who are part of a group you need to decide if you're going by yourself never recommend that you should go with a group and make sure that the people who are attending with you are properly prepared and make sure that if you're going to discuss the issue that you bring people with you who are actually directly affected by the issue you also want to do your research learn about the elected officials voting record whatever public statements they've made on the issue you're there to talk about or haven't need and you Wanna get familiar with the issues that they are championing even if it's not something that you are championing yourself then you WANNA develop your talking points so you can make your position clear and keep the meeting focused because you don't want to go off on tangents people ain't got time for that I got confident uh-huh definitely elected officials don't have time for that and then particularly this is important if it's a new issue you wanNA bring materials with you and things that you can we've behind with the elected representatives and their staff because tell you the truth the staff is who's GonNa actually do stuff unless you're in smaller areas where the elected official does all of the work themselves remember we were talking to someone Lascaux or a couple of shows go where he talked about he did all of his correspondence and all that stuff sometimes we forget those of us who were in major cities with millions of people that the normal state legislator laters are all there folks you know they represent small a smaller population in half to do all of those things on their own lastly you WanNa make your issues personal and local this is particularly important because elected officials prioritize issues that directly affect their constituents because they want to get elected again so they WANNA make sure the people that they will be held accountable for in terms of who would vote for them that they're handling their issues that's a good politician I should say or good elected official people concern about their lobbyists in their other folks you know there are those that exist to so I'll have more tips on how to build a relationship with those who represent you and you can get a handy guide that I put all of this information in for you I even have a sample email that you can send to get your meeting and all that kind of stuff all you have to do is go Sunday civics dot org and you can follow the instructions or tips on following up after your meeting as well and how to maintain the relationship so to continue this conversation about meeting folks and developing a relationship jewelry are still with me here and we are now bringing to the show my state Senator Julia.
Nike Coach Alberto Salazar Is Hit With 4-Year Doping Ban
"Starts with famed track coach Alberto Salazar. He's been given a four year ban for possessing and trafficking testosterone while working at the Nike Oregon Oregon Project Salazar. Remember coach the two thousand twelve Olympic silver medalist galen RUPP and British Olympic gold medalist low-fare Salazar up and Farah have all denied any wrongdoing.
Salazar booted from worlds after receiving 4-year doping ban
"And we start with mo Farah's former coach Alberto Salazar he's been banned for four years for doping violations after a BBC documentary spots an investigation by the U. S. anti doping agency Sallisaw and doctor Jeffrey brown who worked with him at the Nike origin project found to have been involved in trafficking testosterone and administration of controlled substances over the allowed limits himself of course never failed a drug test is always maintains that a broken any rules on doping mock daily was part of the B. B. C.'s initial investigations the other. Charles is being paled in both the cases of cells are and don't. charge which is effectively counting with athletes doping control processes that. the war the investigators from doing their job so these these are fed if any significant charges which.
Too Much Training Can Tax Athletes' Brains
"The world's best distance runner in the early nineteen eighties was Alberto Salazar. he won the Boston Marathon once and the New York City marathon three tie themselves are stopped winning even though he was still in his mid twenties and training harder than ever. as Jim Blaine a researcher at University College London thinks he might know why probably there is something links to ease brain and is cognitive capacities planes hunch comes from a study of thirty seven male try athletes who took part in a special training program that was strongly motivated to be part of the program at least at the beginning you have to try athletes were told to continue their usual workouts the other half were told to train a lot harder the training was so intense the athletes began to perform worse on a cycling test Blaine says after a few weeks all the participants were put into a brain scanner and asked a series of questions for example we asked do you prefer ten dollars now fifty dollars in six months the answer's showed a clear difference in the over trained athletes whose people where in fact choosing more immediate gratification Zahn zero as a group of athletes and blames team reported in the journal current biology that the athletes also had less activity in one part of the brain he was a very little brain area little spot of the left prefrontal cortex is impacted during decision making lots of activity in that area seems to help an athlete decide to keep pushing but when an athlete trains to hard Blaine says the activity level stays low and their performance suffers Tanya Mueller is part of a research team at the university of Oxford that was not involved in the study Miller says her team also sees a link between physical exertion and decision making we find that keep less they have repeatedly accepted effort over time they tend to be less willing to keep exerting effort for rewards in particular high efforts but Miller isn't so sure the brain is simply choosing immediate gratification she says when the body gets really tired the brain can experience something called motivational fatigue keep an eye on may not considered worth it anymore to wait for higher rewards to be received so they don't try as hard Miller says activity in the brain left prefrontal. text does seem to play a role in fatigue and decision making but she says to other areas also seem to be important another scientist who studies motivation is Todd braver of Washington university in Saint Louis he says when an athlete pushes their body in a race the brain is also working hard to answer lots of questions how close am I to this call what is my physiological depletion verse says you know the expected benefit I'm gonna get for reaching the end the race should I make a decision that it's time to quit raver says to the brain this last question is all about costs versus benefits and as fatigue increases he says so do the costs until they get to high the brain my kinda how this built in mechanism the say Hey it's time to you know shift from this call to another one
"salazar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Joaquin county DA Tory Salazar says restore justice seems to turn the criminal justice system into one of healing accountability rather than just punishment not every candidate will be admitted into this program there will be a filter if you will because we're going to need to have the permission and consent of the victim Salazar's as early results from the pilot launch show participants recidivism rates dropping from seventy five percent construction is underway on Sacramento's garden highway the road to be completely closed to traffic in each direction this month for extensive levee improvement construction drivers who use garden highway traveling under the I five overpass will need to take alternate routes until at least July twenty ninth the construction project headed by the US army corps of engineers aims to improve the flood reduction system for than a Thomas basin I'm Joe Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. now traffic and weather together good evening eight oh four I'm Bob Williams in the traffic center with a non injury crash eighty eastbound just west of the greenback lane ramp looks like the number three lane block with a two vehicle crash right now no help on the scene yet don't know if we have injuries involved all Darden expressway Ethan way a traffic hazard no details let's see if we have that cleared out fairly quickly also what being reported as a a bold acts of this the separatists in injury crash hallmark drive at Ethan way checking that out right now vehicle off the roadway into a pole looks like it's partially blocking the roadway as well watch for construction activity tonight couple spot starting out on the early side of things westbound eighty east append road to Sierra college Boulevard alternating lane closures for pavement were going on through six AM one weight control traffic east and westbound highway twelve Revista bridge north Front Street in Rio Vista the junction of highway one sixty it goes on to six AM trouble spot up ahead let us know about on the campy K. traffic tip line dial pound two fifty six traffic next update a thirty three traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one KFBK for a woman gets underway tomorrow tonight comfortable partly cloudy with a low fifty six the tomorrow you'll see sunshine and will reach eighty six little warmer than today but still nice mainly clear low sixty two tomorrow night.
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On her Maria, Salazar dot com. I always talk about the ninety eight ninety nine percent of people that well, the now respecting laws our sovereignty and borders. But I do understand when you come from. And I've been down to the border fourteen times at this point. And I have met many of the people that are trying to cross in what they're seeing. I remember specifically being on the border of San Diego, and you know, one side of that border is a what looked like, you know, a garbage dump with wheels and garbage. And I'm looking at that side of the border, you could see right through when you see kids playing, you know, in something we would never want our kids to play in on the other side of the border, half million dollar quarter million dollar million dollar homes and on that side in shack. And that's exactly what most people. That section were living in and I'm looking over this section. I'm saying I want to be in that section. I understand the desire to make a better life for themselves and their family, and we don't have a problem with people coming in legally. Can't check them out. They age of radicalism in these gangs. In court tells we need to be able to vet every person show that that's exactly I F B I been worked in Paso and every day on ten I got to see Zach what you described on either side. So there's no issue with understanding somebody wants a better economic life. We get that we support that this is about Vigo versus legal. This is about making sure we're vetting every single person that come in this country for the safety and security of our citizens. What we have now shown that I've been trying to tell people this is actually the worst crisis along the southwest border. We've ever seen right now. Divorced complete open. We have we have adult and cartels that are that are supporting renting of kids. So that legal adults can come into this country right now our system is so over well, they're coming with fake documents. No documents at all. But because of a law when we vet them people need to understand. You grab a kid. You come here. We don't we. We lose it three hundred kids a week to heroin ninety percent of across that border Fenton all to that. And it's an unmitigated disaster for small towns and big cities in this country. All right. Stay right there Maria Salazar Mark Morgan with us wanna remind you, of course, the one person in your life. That's always there for you. Good times and bad pick you up when you down. Celebrate your success. That's always mom and mother's day. Now is what a little over week away. Don't wait to the last minute. You know, what think of all the good things that your mom is done for you in your life. Think what grandma has done for you in your life, even your mother-in-law. Maybe you sisters, maybe your own wife and raising your kids..
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"MC Donald's Salazar says the missing woman's husband Air Force Major. Andre McDonald is jailed on charges that he attempted to destroy evidence. Evidence indicating that he purchased several items that could be used to destroy a body like a shovel and two cans of gasoline. Salazar's says blood evidence has also been found inside the couple's far northside home and southeastern Alabama at least twenty three people were killed overnight. When a flurry of tornadoes slammed into Lee county, east among Gumri, his damage is significant I would put it in the category catastrophic based on the destruction of the homes. We say the sheriff says it's going to get a lot worse as the sun comes up, and they can resume the search for victims parts of at least two towns were flattened by the storms Republican rand Paul of Kentucky is joining. Opponents of President Trump's national emergency declaration at the southern border indicating there's enough Senate votes to reject it. The house is already voted down the action setting the stage for a presidential veto three. Other Republican senators have announced they'll vote. No, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Thom Tillis, North Carolina. Paul makes it four and assuming that all forty seven Democrats and their independent allies go against Trump that we give opponents fifty one votes just past the majority needed. Congress is unlikely to have the votes to override a presidential veto after three days of congressional testimony last week, President Trump's former lawyer returns to Capitol Hill this week Michael Cohen ended three straight days of congressional testimony with a closed door secure setting session with the house intelligence committee questions were said to focus on a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project and WikiLeaks Cohen says they're still mortar discuss that will happen in another closed door session Wednesday. But it could be just the beginning. After last week's open. Hearing with the house oversight committee, chairman Elijah Cummings scented investigations across multiple congressional panels. President Trump sounded off on Twitter yesterday about his former lawyer Coen's testimony on Capitol Hill suggesting the blockbuster testimony by Cohen was a contributing factor to a breakdown in talks with North Korea. President Trump tweeted for the Democrats to interview an open hearings, a convicted liar and fraudster at the same time as the very important nuclear summit with North Korea is perhaps a new low in American politics and may have contributed to the walk never done. When a president is overseas. Shame all the case of a woman being denied re entry to the United States because of her affiliation with ISIS will get its first hearing in federal court today. A federal judge in DC holds a hearing today in a lawsuit brought by the father of Hoda Muthana a woman who left her family in Alabama to join ISIS as a bride. Mcdonagh wants to return to the US with her sixteen month old child. The Trump administration rules with Donna. Is not a US citizen despite being born on US soil to parents in the US working as foreign diplomats with Donna's father has since become a naturalized US citizen, while some agree with the administration that she should be barred from returning others. Argue Mathon us should return and face a trial one hundred mile an hour chase across sixteen four on the far north side early today. A deputy tried to stop a driver who was driving recklessly on sixteen. Oh, four near Bandera, e Florida and sped up sixteen forty Hebrew. When officers finally box two men, deputies found a gun in the car, and the driver who's in his thirties will face multiple charges and Austin a Bill that would dramatically change the state's drug laws goes up before legislative committee. It would eliminate the arrest jail time in criminal record associated with low level marijuana possession. Instead, it's a civil offence which carries a fine. Other facia Texans for responsible marijuana policy says this has a real shot at passing prohibition has failed. We're arresting tens of thousands. Thousands of people every year in the state and to no avail it doesn't reduce race of use of marijuana. The Bill that's up for debate today enjoys bipartisan support after getting caught three times the offender, then faces classy misdemeanor well, soft. Drink companies are finding themselves embroiled and tobacco. Style controversy. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg has today's and focus report our changing tastes away from sugar are driving soda makers changes both in packaging and variety. But now companies such as Coca Cola and Kerry, Dr Pepper are feeling a different push from activist investors worried about their use of sugar sugar is a big challenge her food and beverage companies Alex partners, managing director, David. Garfield. Investors are asking for reports on how companies address health risks Coca Cola. The latest to see that still. Garfield says sugar is not the new tobacco true that excessive amounts of sugar are associated with issues, but it's not a carcinogen in the same way. Says there's another issue too. They're still consumer demand for big soda when they have tried to move better for you. Or mutilation consumers have been the ones to push back..
"salazar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a high ranking member of the L A archdiocese a Houston of sexual misconduct, exhilarating. Bishop Alexander Salazar was being investigated by the Catholic church over allegations of molestation dating back to the ninety s now letter to prisoners LA arch Bishop Jose Gomez says that the case was investigated by law enforcement years ago, and the charges were he says Salazar has consistently denied the allegations have more on that as we go through the morning right here on KNX ten seventy Mosk provides a look at his new tunnel as he pushes forward into the future. We need to be able to build tunnels way faster and less money, the billionaire telling reporters after giving them the official rided his tests tunnel a tunnel. Weather under the streets of Hawthorne. This is not a subway. It's a new system developed by his boring company, which dug the tunnel hauled out the dirt and turns it into bricks which he sells the bumpy ride which is only because of the test, and we'll be smoothed out later lasted three minutes and went from a mile. He's currently working on an even better system. Having a narrow tunnel diameter not having a gigantic tunnel. But just having this sort of it is just right for vehicles is also important. We developed an electric locomotive. Of course, seems obvious. But other tunneling efforts used these locomotives, which is problematic in a tunnel because it absorbs all the oxygen and noxious gas. This is obvious thing to make electric musk said his companies already preparing to born Chicago dig another one in Los Angeles. He said at a cost of ten million dollars. It's a far cry from the billion dollar tunnels that other tunnels take the Bill eventually autonomous vehicles electric ones will be added as well. Another tesla. Caught fire. It happened in Los Gatos, the owner says he had a clue something was wrong in.
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"County. Sheriff heavier Salazar is instituting early intervention program for deputies who are noticed having drinking or anger management issues. This comes. Following the arrest of a deputy this morning for drunken driving. It's the nineteenth arrest of a bear county deputy this year if I can identify somebody, for example is having a drinking problem. Maybe I'm able to get them the help that they need and salvage their career personally. Firing the deputy who was arrested today. He'd been on administrative leave after being involved in several other incidents over the past year. San Antonio city council today approving a budget that includes money for an affordable housing program and ups street maintenance northeast side, councilman Clayton Perry casting, the only no vote. He was calling for cuts in the budget and a homestead tax exemption to help homeowners. This year's budget is over a hundred million dollars more than last year's we're over two point eight billion dollars the budget does not raise the tax rate, but because of increased property values real tax collections will rise by about two point eight percent. And in spite of San Antonio is booming economy and growing population. The city continues to suffer from low wages and even lower numbers of people with health insurance. The census bureau reported today that the median household income in San Antonio is stagnant at fifty thousand dollars. That is significantly below the national median of just over sixty thousand dollars and lower than the statewide average of fifty nine thousand the city's poverty rate did drop according to the two thousand seventeen community survey. However it remains at seventeen point five percent and Texas remains one of the worst.
"salazar" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Little bit. And I got special guest who Bobby Solano. Aka Bobby salads, AVI Salazar's in the house. Official pizza. Bobby one of two Bob's to this is the human Bob. This is human gun. We talk. Collect all him on. If you got a Bob sent him to me, I think you're maxed out at two Bob's. I do. I am. It'd be to use any. Yeah, Bob. So who is Bob? Is this Bob human that we invited to come on the show? Hi, Robbie is you guys know each other? Yeah, in the biblical sense. Yeah. Well sense. Yeah, offend all of those ways. Definitely. Grows, you bobby's Bobby cells on, oh, he's my husband. He was before. He was my husband. He was my boyfriend before he was my boyfriend. He was my friend before that he wasn't acquaintance before that we had worked together once before that he was a stranger. Then. Forty nine each other. No, you listed. Weren't even on the radar. You only have one Bob. My life's missing something. What could it be? Either one of these things I need to sim, Bob, symmetry to Bob's. I have to any to bub. I was about to say one for each boob and then I went now. I didn't mean it was just a area, but now we can change that definitely still still picturing it so weird for me to have Bobby as a guest. 'cause I don't know what to do, and I was looking, we generally send out questions for our guests. It's funny to read over the questions that Heather created for her husband that she's may or may not be very close to. All the things, Heather doesn't know switch wants to be unwrapping Bobby. Do you love me. But you gotta. For a friend how much you, Heather. Yeah, let's start with that. How much do you let him out? That's good right answer. Do you think more than that, maybe. Depends spend the day. She's eating here. Pete's your next rain. Nectarines. To get your coffee. So before we began this recording, Bob had all these snacks, and then I kept picking at them. I said, what's this? Is yours? And then I'd eat a bite, drink a sip..
"salazar" Discussed on All About Android
"But my devices incompatible this version salazar uh regardless that's a that's how you can you can download been apps for fun if you're just like board and you know he just wanted a group gujral mouths might be isolated to like android one devices yeah i miss i mean it did is which is why now i'm gonna show you how to install probably why it wouldn't allied ends so you go to the google play store and then you install it and now you've got the beta version in fact and relatives down one real quick because what could look at those wifi speeds in our house whose take it in a constant lake and then you'll have it and then i should have it i mean if if we're going to be smart here for to be smart and work with hope so let's hope south korea discord right here i need to see the rating for it from the people from the people awesome yeah beat us in catalogue something of them to do if you're looking for some new apps and that's beta and then testing catalogue all one word and i will say there are pros to getting a app no i got access to low snapchat features before i got that ugly uighur all complaining about right now way before you as did so look you know what would that's that's us let's let's do it's i feel like it's fun to be on the bait attract sometimes you get i'm on the instagram beta i got a lot of stuff there before the rest of y'all which was really fun having a i will say the thing about having a bit app expect a lot of crashing can happen especially if you're also on the beta of android it can happen or laggy or something didn't appear there and it's supposed to be together reset the what you're getting entail socket of one of nigeria's our expectation suryo beta testing catalogue is the name of that up so you now have a choice dear viewer slash listener go to twit dot t o slash triple a poll three five six and place your vote for your favorite app you can either vote with the app that performed well uh that you liked or you can vote for the app that performed not at all but you like the idea of it just throwing that out the idea of the hour.
"salazar" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Two no no sara convey bse recital twenty nine year old cop in texas at his 33yearold brand had a plan to swap girlfriends for the night did you say is a cop we're both the girls twenty nine year old frankie salazar salazar's a police officer and almost park texas salazar salazar donald for a few months now he and his 33yearold friend named hey sousse edward teacher on have been discussing swapping girlfriend's for a night you ever swapped now you ever had a situation where you could swear he would swop now what about you that's a yes la law swat they can't believe it us here it not a winner you wouldn't young people no not at all i was just thinking is that count when you're hanging out with two guy friends and then you're supposed to be with one but then that one has to go get some beer so then you hang out with the other one now it's out the same okay your memory your hooked up with the other one in the time it took the other one to go get the beer sir where was the liquor store the moon yeah that's not the same as a swap that who are all the parties that's why i got that pledge slips away admitted with both the friends that night all probably so you're telling me in the time the.
"salazar" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub
"Hi there i'm here to see benny i said benny salazar is he expecting you not at this moment your name scottie she wore a headset that i realize when she spoke into a tiny extension over her mouth was actually a telephone after she said my name i caught a curled to her lips like she was hiding a smile he's in a meeting she told me but i can take a mess i'll wait a deposited my fish on the glass coffee table next to the magazines and settled into a black leather couch it's cushions side out the most delicious smell of leather a deep comfort seeped through me i began to feel sleepy i wanted to stay there forever abandoned my east six street apartment and live out the remainder of my life in benes waiting room and i should mention there that he receptionist is sasha another major character in the book whom scotty doesn't know and therefore can't identify us on the other kind of trouble wave coming cross each other in these socalled separates duties which of course is one of the intriguing delights of the book just here in front you if you lost to spend a day with one of the characters who would you like to spend a day with maybe it's just that i just read this chapter but i'm very fond of scotty i have a lot of mentallyfragile characters in my books and i think one reason for that is that i had a brother who is schizophrenic that i was very very close to and the truth is you know mental illness and non mental illness are so close together it's just extreme if occasion of normal perception so i always really loved to spending time with my brother because i was aware it's very alienating to encounter someone who's psychotic say hearing voices or other things but if you actually talk to them about what they're perceiving it's fascinating because it's so close to the way we perceive it's just a little bit off kilter and often actually amusing my brother and i would howell with laughter over his delusions after the facts so i i think scottie would be a great person to spend a day with there is such a range of style and techniques in each chapter how did you work to keep such distinctiveness of boy.
"salazar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And he salazar started for the indians tonight as cleveland with a win tonight they will go to forty games over five hundred ninety eight in fifty nine would be went over ninety nine and staying at gave up on hugh stood for the best record in the american league islam doorbells it back out of that's important give you homefield advantage throughout the american league playoff and possibly into the world series finish with a better record than the dodgers dodgers coming into tonight as the door is swinging is and it's owing two of the idiot shortstop a two and a half gamely on the indians for the best record in baseball the dodgers 101 and fifty seven any it's ninety eight fifty nine coming into this walking the dodgers about to start in la against the padres rich hill going for the dodgers is curtis balances that when a crowd of the play shoots past the catcher garver frozen in close known as a cricket a he just didn't take the running wide up that was the difference that ball bounce what a good eight nine feet in front of the plight if current daily saw the replay man he was shchukin for his life jump into the lap he do that was headed towards the unprotected right arm that that brace on the left wrist area.
"salazar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Back salazar as last win was against the twins he beat up on august fifteen when seven innings at three hit baseball a target field also beat minnesota in minneapolis back in the middle of april his fared well against the twins this year leading it into third does you're ready to climb back in over shift on to play does your to pull three one pitch lohan outside past wall missing from salazar to our pace route of the first walk issued by salazar in you mentioned this earlier that walks have been a bit of an issue for danny salazar i think this is where terry francona really kind of homes in on danny salazar to see all right you've been dealing you issue a walk can you get right back on track and retire this next batter it your team back in the dugout i think a quick adjustments are the things that francona needs and see in determining whether or not salazar could help them at least in the division series two outs does your first joe mauro fly out the first inning looks it strike want a fastball ninety six from salazar or one on bauer run on three hits for the idiots no runs on a hit so far for the twins does leads at first encarnacion hold rather santana holding it first days i set from salazar move over the first and easily getting back is doj her sixteen steals for does your he's been caught seven times salazar hunched over peers that it goes now the highest set once right pitched in our swinging to groundball pulled off the globe with the signing satanic can't fight it out picked it up at foul ground near the coaching box it let cintas cells are at the bag out as i was a heart grander off the bat of power in santana and nice play did not get out and stay with it to retire deci not a pride in the defense carlos santana buying for a gold love at first base this year rudder left for the twins we go to the bottom of the third one nothing.
"salazar" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"Hey everybody this is the every man podcast i'm dan dodie end this episode twelve today my guest is craig salazar he comes from a small odd county in utah uh near salt lake city actually right in the zone where i i got my start as wilderness guide many years back will a counties where he's from and if you look to the west from salt lake city your salt lake value see line brown mountains and that was my first experience of wilderness guiding and working with kids and it's a place i i hope very special and important to me so i thought was very cool craig is from their craig is awhile dude he's actually not wild at all in my estimation he's very wild he was a cop for eight years he worked in a prison or in the prison system or a jail system and then was a cop on the streets and he's also a very very what's the right word intuitive connected spiritual guy in the juxtaposition of these seeming the disparate parts of his life fucking fascinate me i think he's an amazing guy honestly he reached out of but through the email and and i wasn't i was a little bit nervous at the didn't know for sure what kinda got he was a he came up recorded podcast with me in montana in a dam on my glad that he did this guy is a hero status in in my in my view.
"salazar" Discussed on First Take
"It really wasn't omar radar always thought i would be a good coach but i didn't know if i had the the effort of me well i did it was a joy the competitive spirit came rightback who was obviously different than playing in an saw handle on on the clinton office uh or or coaching a different level you know i think the front author stay competitive spirit would be there i think it's just different because there's such a business i love it but yeah i mean it's crossed my mind just like coaching house salazar did go back to the packers united win aaron rogers spent years behind pratt as backup so deeming woody joins us through hey you could get away with those funds or the trial we call now he's he's about to spread the arms of all the way it was an excellent vision where you will on should be prognosticator for us as we're talking about vision would far help are hurt roger see think in lambeau and green bay i don't think he would her i listen you talking about largest who's arguing with the best quarterback in national football league right would you agree up you for your doused your guy so he probably say dako something crazy say the right answer time brain excuse me jump delegates with a heart sports opinion like that run our knowhow you know you you just the dallas cowboys so i i know how you roll were now i don't i don't think i don't think burnt fog would hurt.
"salazar" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And that was a a group that was funded by the united states government that was basically a kill squad made up predominantly of like former military operatives and just people with real legitimate training in salvador during this kind of you know i mean the us government had a real history in the you know during the cold war of like we're not going to send in troops what we're gonna train you had to beat the communists in your own country so it was definitely that where salazar was a u s empowered operative who was like basically given free rein to do whatever was necessary to curb communism in salvan okay so dante says the guy i want on my team clearly hates communism as a guy who wants all the water to himselves that's the ryan well he said when they're talking about like with the water he's like i can't give it away this is in communism daniels really the black lives but right not communist like tried to appeal to him like i highly you hate communism gone and again i i think a missed mischaracterization because i don't know the game they'll hates communism i think daniel his likes killing soldier of fortune you know what i mean like he sees opportunities and he takes them i think he probably in many ways he was a member and rose through the ranks in salvador because he knew it was means in passage for him and his wife in his daughter to the states i mean obviously veterans of big factor in getting him where he is so he just wanted to be a barbara amlie i just wanted to just move recognizes they'll have to go and is the not bother anybody and so dante as i have a problem i need you to solve and then you can basically get a jeep or whatever you want to do and we find that the problem is that there is a thief.