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The New York plastic bag ban is finally being enforced in businesses across the state
"Plastic bag Ban originally went into effect March 1st, but Have been enforced because of lawsuits and the pandemic. But now it's back. New Yorkers will have to bring their own bags to grocery stores or pay a nickel to buy a paper bag. Merchants who don't comply will get a first time warning, then a $250 ticket. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77.
New York's plastic bag ban, delayed by COVID, lawsuit, goes back into effect Monday
"Bag ban being enforced as of today, WC scarily Castle with the tail. The plastic bag Ban originally went into effect March 1st but hasn't been enforced because of lawsuits and the pandemic. But now it's back. New Yorkers will have to bring their own bags to grocery stores or pay a nickel to buy a paper bag. Merchants who don't comply will get a first time warning, then a $250 ticket. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77. W. ABC News the Giants
New York to impose new shutdowns in coronavirus hot spots
"Parents scrambling in Bensonhurst Borough Park, you gardens, Midwood and five other hot spots. Zip codes. After Governor Cuomo ordered school shutdowns beginning today, and more could be on the way. A dozen zip codes are on the city's watch list, two of which have positivity rates above 3%. The statewide average is 1%. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for
Hurricane Laura makes landfall killing 6
"Up to date on damages from Hurricane Laura, which has been downgraded. We got a little bit lucky it was very big. It was very powerful, but it passed quickly. Laura slamming into Louisiana overnight. At least four other deaths were reported in that state. The president and vice president stopped by FEMA headquarters in Washington to get a briefing on damages and recovery efforts. The president says the federal response will be very aggressive, and he hopes to visit affected areas this weekend people. That's why the FEMA urban search and rescue team from New Jersey has deployed to Baton Rouge. Dozens of volunteers, including doctors, engineers and canine search units are on route with £80,000 of equipment. They've done this before. Following hurricanes like Laura many times But say probably will stronger than the ones we've been through the past couple years. Extra measures taken because of the covert pandemics are 1000 procedures protecting our people as well as who were rescuing. I'm Sara Lee
Racist Housing Practices From The 1930s Linked To Hotter Neighborhoods Today
"Low income neighborhoods tend to be hotter than their wealthier counterparts. That was the finding of an investigation. NPR Did last fall. With University of Maryland's Howard Center for Investigative Journalism Awesome. Those hotter neighborhoods are not only poorer. They are also disproportionately communities of color. Now new research suggests that pattern was locked in nearly a century entry ago. NPR's Meg Anderson reports picture city. You know well imagine taking a stroll through. Its most tree covered neighborhood on a hot summer day. We you feel at ease because there's greenery everywhere. That's Sara Lee Anderson from the nonprofit American forests. There might be more people walking around. You might feel cool. Because you're walking underneath the shade of mature well-kept Tree Canopy Cooling. Things down is one of the most important things trees do. And they're also linked to all kinds of other health benefits. Data shows wealthy areas of cities tend to have more trees and that's not an accident our cities they're not like jungles where they developed just by natural selection on their own people design these places which means they were designed for particular people people and by using particular policies in the nineteen thirties the federal government rated neighborhoods to help mortgage lenders decide which areas of cities were risky risk. Risk level was largely based on the number of African Americans and immigrants living there the government made maps and shaded the riskiest neighborhoods red hence the term redlining that practice and the other discriminatory housing policies of the time helped concentrate poverty for generations. You can feel the effects ex- today literally in a study of more than one hundred cities nationwide. Nearly every neighborhood that was red lined in the thirties is hotter and temperature today than the highest rated neighborhoods hotter by an average of nearly five degrees Fahrenheit. It's like stepping into a parking lot from a park. You would feel that relatively quickly. That's be Shawna's a professor at Portland State University and Co author on the study. It was very surprising when we saw that it was a pattern that we were seeing consistently across the country. Shonda says hotter neighborhoods are likely the result of more pavement and fewer trees and that extra heat can make a big difference. Difference in those communities are much more likely to face grave consequences in terms. They're human health their financial health or generally their ability to cope with these effects. The policies of segregation that were followed by the federal government. Were so powerful that they determine the racial landscape of today today. Richard Rothstein is the author of the color of law it breaks down the history of segregation in the US. He says federal policies insured communities of Color stayed paid where they were in denser housing and with fewer amenities like parks and tree lined streets African Americans restricted to neighborhoods because because other neighborhoods so now on the Ford to them restricted to neighborhoods where there are fewer. triest weather is more heat than nineteen sixty eight fair. Housing Act Prohibited Housing Discrimination Asian. But it didn't address. The damage already done nearly ninety years after the redlining maps were created. You can still feel the difference.
MTA Pulls Nearly 300 Brand New Subway Cars Over Door Problems - NBC New York
"A trouble on the tracks with New York city's new subway cars course monetarily council reports the MTA is now pulling three hundred new a subway cars from service because of this the doors please there are safety concerns with door mechanisms on the newly delivered bombardier are one seventy nine subway cars transit president Andy Byford says there were two recent incidents so all are one seventy nine cars were removed overnight for inspections and spare cars deployed cars on the AC and JZ lines are affected but the MTA says all lines are operating normally except the JZ line where you may have to wait a bit longer between trains I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven W. A. B. C.
Oldest living American has died at age 114
"A little Murphy lived in Harlem and she was born in nineteen oh five she raised two children as a single mother after her husband died at an early age Murphy's daughter rose green said her mom was a gift from god she turned a hundred fourteen in July Connie Tanaka a Japanese woman is recognized as the oldest person in the world at the age of a hundred sixteen Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio New
House releases transcripts from key witnesses in Trump impeachment inquiry
"We are now starting to see the actual testimony from the depositions in the impeachment inquiry so far the transcripts and they are as damning as expected for the president and and his allies now Republicans wine for weeks and weeks of the fact that depositions were being held behind closed doors despite the fact that many of them were actually attending those very same hearing the president tried to get out ahead of the release of the word for word transcripts today by saying they would be faked and Republicans should release their own indicating indicating that he was clearly not happy with what was about to come out well today we got the first two transcripts from forward top State Department official Michael Mckinley and crucially former US ambassador bastard Ukraine Marie Ivanovich we already know a lot about what McKinley testified about including that he said he resigned his post in part because of quote the failure of the State Department urban to offer support to foreign service employees caught up impeachment inquiry McKinley who was senior advisor Secretary State Mike Pompeo also testified again under growth in this deposition that he told not pompeii about his concerns multiple times before he resigned which makes what pump said last month so much more interesting listen listen to the way the pompeo gives himself absolutely no wiggle room on this question Mike McKinley third me well for a year and a half I chose him my head people tell me he was a great foreign service officer in fact he served America wonderfully for thirty seven years he had in fact had the office that was just just behind mine had a door that he could walk in any time and say whatever he wanted you know from the time that embassador yvonna bitch departed Ukraine until the time that he came to tell me that he was departing harding I never heard him say a single thing about his concerns with respect to the decision you never ask not once not once George did ambassador McKinley say something it to me during that entire time period that's interesting so maybe set it outside that time period or maybe McKinley is lying or maybe pompeo's lying the story though that has has told these depositions of of someone who was in the way of the corrupt quid pro quo abuse of office the President Rudy Giuliani were running to try and squeeze Ukraine to manufacture a dirt the president's political rival particularly in that of the ousted US ambassador Devante vish Ukraine whose career was a casualty of that scheme she testified that she learned from and Ukrainian officials that Rudy Giuliani plan to target her Ivanovich was asked what she thought President trump meant when he said on the phone call with Ukrainian president that she was quote going wing to go through some things Ivanovich said I didn't know what it meant I was very concerned I still am. She testified that a concern senior Ukrainian official told Oldie quote told me I really needed to watch my back former ambassador also told Congress the same Ukrainian official wonder about quote to individuals from Florida Mr Parnasse and Mr Freeman who were working with Mayor Giuliani they were interested in having a different ambassador to the post because they wanted to have business dealings in Ukraine or additional additional business dealings I didn't understand that because nobody the embassy had ever met these two individuals now the president gets to appoint ambassadors and he gets to recall them but in the case of Ambassador Basser Uganda Bitch let's remember her position and removal are also at the center of a criminal case that's currently being brought by the US attorney in the Southern District of New York doc against two men who are associates the president's personal were John Juliani reportedly paid Guiliani at least half a million dollars who hung out Yankee Games among other places with with Rudy who got prime seats at a twenty thousand trump rally and who represented themselves to Congress in an official letter as members of the president's legal team and and let's remember that part of the charges against these two men love Parnasse and eager fruman is that they were giving donations to a member of Congress as part of this sprawling effort to get rid of ambassador of rich so that they could corruptly install from the associates to promote their business interests in Ukraine Ivanovich was standing being in the way of making Ukraine more corrupt on behalf of president trump and Rudy Giuliani and I should tell you we just learned tonight that one of these guys parnasse seems to be ready to cooperate with congressional investigators Reuters reports Parnasse is prepared to comply with requests for records and testimony from congressional impeachment investigators PARNASSUS lawyer has confirmed that that me see news joining me now from Warren What we learned today so he told me legal reporter for Buzzfeed News and Tasha Berkshire National Security correspondent political NS NBC contributor. Natasha let me start with you on the Parnasse news his old lawyer had been the president's old lawyer John Dowd who'd written a letter being like he's part of the team and he's not going to show up and do anything he's now jumped don't John Doubt and now he's GonNa cooperate is that what's happening. Yeah Chris I mean it certainly seems seems like Parnasse is angry he's angry that the president has said that he doesn't know who he is he feels like the president has completely mischaracterized their relationship and you have to be inclined to believe a bit because there are so many photos of them together over the last two or so years a political events at gallows at fundraisers Parnis and firmin were everywhere and they surrounded the president at many pivotal moments so what we're seeing now is they've opened the door to cooperation with the congressional committees that doesn't necessarily Sara Lee mean of course that it's going to happen because a lot of the documents at the Congressional committees want are in the hands of the FBI which of course rated partisan ferments belongings as part of their indictment it also is remains to be seen whether or not their lawyers are even going to his learned this case has even going to let him testify because he's in the middle of a criminal probe but this does indicate at least a shift for now in how he perceives the president and trump really hasn't learned this lesson that you know when these people are are under scrutiny and he continues to criticize them his former allies and says I don't know them well they usually have receipts Zoe what did we learn today in the Ivanovich Ivanovic testimony in terms of the nexus between this sort of strange plot that was hatched by nuts room in for variety of reasons perhaps APPs personal business reasons as well as Ingraham themselves the president and the president and Rudy Giuliani's attempt to squeeze Ukraine government for for dirt on their political what we saw was perspective from yet another witness in the impeachment inquiry sort of explaining how they learned that there was this other her channel between the White House and Ukraine that was unofficial not sanctioned involved a cohort of non-government officials in this case Rudy Rudy Giuliani left parnasse eager freeman who for months had been traveling around trying to set up connections and Ukraine in an effort to dig up dirt on Joe Biden trying to discredit the Mueller investigation but all while making entrees into very official circles in Ukraine to the dismay dismay of the career civil servants who you know whose job it was to establish those formal channels between the administration and these foreign government entities and what we heard what we saw in the transcript was the former ambassador Marie Ivanovich saying you know learning about this back channel and being perplexed and concerned -cerned by it but not really seeing away out and being told that if she wanted to keep her job she needed to ingratiate herself with the president and not make waves about this both the one in one point she testified she was told to tweet US support for the president. I mean what what's fascinating here and attach you had these sort of comparative means of of of conducting yourself Marie Ivanovich the lifelong foreign service officer who's there who's trying to like steer American policy and then the Parnassus Fruman and Giuliani's of the world old who are wheeling and dealing and taking meetings and doing God knows what God knows who's behest and those are the people president is listening to and who had the imprimature of the entire hire American state behind them exactly Chris and Marie Ivanovich testified that this wasn't something that the State Department could just ignore they felt really hamstrung owned by the fact that this dual foreign policy track was taking place and at one point she said the Ukrainians didn't know who to talk to didn't know whether we represented US policy whether they should be listening to Giuliani and Parnasse Freeman and the rug really felt like it was being pulled out from beneath us we have to remember also that this is a very sensitive moment what what has been a very sensitive moment in Ukraine for the last five years since the Russians invaded eastern Ukraine and at this moment there trying to negotiate peace in the east with the russian-backed separatists separatist so for the aid to be withheld at this sensitive time was extremely troubling to the Crohn's and on top of that they didn't even know who the interlocutors were are there was supposed to be communicating with fast forward to mushy Ivanovich getting removed recalled from Ukraine someone that they really trusted now they have no choice really okay but to try to negotiate with the president and the best way that they can which is Zilenski you saw on that phone call kind of saying to the President Yes we'll investigate ah yes we'll do what you want essentially to try to appease him because again Ukraine faces an existential threat to its east and they are trying to navigate that right now the best way they can we're also getting a lot more back story on the origins of this I think deranged saying conspiracy theories about Ukrainian involvement in the two thousand sixteen election the idea that actually the DNC hack was a Ukrainian op that they conspired to frame Russia for it doesn't actually make sense when you sort of square it up but this this article near that Manafort was actually spreading that back in twenty sixteen it's been germinating and sold to the president time and time again what do we know about uh-huh so over the weekend buzz feed at CNN received a new cash of documents from the Justice Department then it was as hundreds of pages of records of notes that were taken during the investigation and in one seer set of notes from Rick Gates who had been the deputy campaign manager Paul Manafort's right hand man Rick Gates told investigators that basically as soon as news broke in two thousand sixteen the DNC had been hacked that wikileaks had these messages and they were going to release them. Paul Manafort was immediately saying it wasn't Russia it was Ukraine and Michael Flynn who was at the time a senior advisor to the campaign later became trump's short-lived first national security adviser also was immediately saying adamantly it wasn't Russia it wasn't Russia look at Ukraine so we had at the time three years ago to senior officials in the trump campaign trying to you direct the narrative away from Russia towards Ukraine it raises all sorts of questions of who they were talking to us who's ear they had and it's the theory that it has really persisted notwithstanding the findings of the US intelligence community that it was Russia that orchestrated the hack of the DNC that was
Living near a gun shop or in a rural area puts you at higher risk for suicide, study says
"It shows that a higher number of gun shops in urban counties is associated with a higher suicide rate but daughter Danielle Steele Smith the lead researcher says that's not true for world communities rural areas gun shops are increasing accessibility many families already have firearms available where as in more urban areas the shops actually do increase accessibility to those lethal weapons the OSU study says other factors associated with suicides include lower income fewer resources increase percentage of veterans and more people without insurance Sara Lee Kessler NBC news
How to Measure the ROI of AI with Sankar Narayanan of Fractal Analytics
"I wanted to to start off here. In terms of the theme of getting a return on investment from artificial intelligence is thinking about what business leaders should be doing up front you know before they dive into a project before they deploy resources as they're deciding what to do and how to approach a project what what should they be considering to to make sure that this has the best chance of aurelie in their business. Thank you for inviting me into russian and as the getting to hunting probably the questions that exist. Tell me about it on a don't exit investment so let me let me take a step back and sort of you know for the the problem a little bit <hes> right so so this is a question that ought klein's oscars all right because most of these decision makers are constantly grappling with what what items attribution. How do i ensure that every investment dollar that i put into artificial intelligence antigens realizes that that dollar rally back in multiples for the has that's a hard question heart. It is it is it is not easy. It and i'm going to stretch and see that in many cases is actually not even that important. I totally agree but i'd love love your opinion on this. This is great short and why why a that becomes an embarking undestanding is he's been nice talking. Look at all the problems that businesses are attacking most <unk> knowledge around what artificial intelligence can do to the business <hes> stems from a number growth really <unk> <hes> marketed examples that we've that you've heard and seen over the last three or four years and most of them actually <hes> have been in areas which all defined for example the best chess player being beaten artificial into the cool player being beaten by. I hit a interesting <hes> question right. These are all problems that have a definitive and bond in in chess. It's the the definite endpoint is to checkmate the king on the opposite side <hes> whether you're playing white or black and go again that is a definite of end point in mind most problem statements in fortune five hundred fortune. Five hundred companies do not have a definitive outcome right. This is a this is an important walk. In distinction affirmative statements that fortune hundred c._e._o.'s dealing with is if it is a consumer goods company as an example is the next product that i'm going to launch going to succeed. It has no end to it. What does success mean. <hes> is a question that has no into it similarly to taken in shorter her. How can i deduce why claims expensive issue are my combined ratio if you dig customer expedients as an example in multiple industries how how do i improve customer expedience for for my bank far for lane shot at him so on most of these owners can see are extremely hazy they he had really complex the outcome of you know can be defined in multiple different ways and therefore how do you hard your actually quantify quantify the propellant investment on something where the outcome itself is hazy. That's the real question right so as we as we we are. I think to this the first and foremost objectives that we set out for ourselves as <unk> appliances. Do we really understand the business problems if you're looking to solve and do we have a <unk> framed business problem. That's right and no matter what we do how sophisticated the <unk> are going to be the key question that we come back to. His happy framed the business question draining. Oh yes until if you don't mind shrunk our could. We poke into that a little bit. If i could just ask a few questions about this yeah so i i will and i love if you could correct any of my thought here but i think you're you're pointing to something that business leaders absolutely have to understand and hopefully those of you who listen to the eye and industry podcast for months now will have kind of had. This idea sunk into your head a few times. We are not talking about a board game here and indeed we are talking about open ended business problems in addition to tap. We're we're often talking about. Use cases where machine learning has not been used right so if we wanna talk about let's say detecting payment fraud. You know we we might in some circumstances dances be able to define a certain ratio of false positives and false negatives that could define success right at that might be possible if we wanna talk about you know improving customer lifetime evalu- for a wealth management client over the course of twenty years. How the heck do we get proxies for that. Not only is it vegas hack as you're saying in terms of the gray area of of our definition but it's also something where is just not really been used and so a lot of these initial projects are often kind of guinea pig like and so it sounds like what you're saying is if if we want to begin in this admittedly gray world of a._i. And gray world of business goals we have to find a way to i lock in and frame precisely what is it the problem is does that involve quantifying. The result statement in some way shape performed or is that more just the problem at high level. Maybe you could go a bit deeper. Char short the multiple ways in which the companies have done this so i'm going to share with you. <hes> how we think about what he called us a what because the key problem solving fourteen hundred companies on north thinking vowed solving one of problems they are thinking about solving problems at scale that can can have impact notches for functional area but for the business on the whole and most to barnsley be sustainable so if you think about all of these ski what's which is developing business back at scale and that can be sustainable than a is just one part of the buzzer so as i was saying earlier the fullest key point here is is to frame and reframe the business problem so we have a deep understanding across the board on what is it that we are looking to solve it is it. Is it a problem of growth. Is it a problem of inefficiency. Is it a problem of better expedients for our consumer us. What is it that looking to salt and and along the definition is also about identifying what the what did we define as metrics success. What does success look like can visualize success gaining customer's expedients problem. What is it today and how do we define success success. At what is what could be if everything goes according to plan. That's the that's the next big as defending metrics of success and on once we've we've done that. They're they're sort of three parts in our minds that that come together for enabling talk at scale number one is this is about identifying those business eighty as our eighty five efficiency as i was saying on your number two is what are the engineering elements that need to be in place or that need to fall in place for your initiatives to be successful. This could be everything anything from do. We have the right right. Data in place is data of reasonably high quality such that decisions that are made on that data out of high quality. Is there sufficient soon data governance in place so if something needs to be done in a sustainable manner do we do. We know that this data is going to be a reasonable out. As the it over to peter i'll start on the dependencies on devops on on third party data sources and things like that and finally how's the execution going to look like right. This becomes a recall this defined by of decision. Every decision has to impact a human at the end of the day. It's a human acting on the decision autism a decision acting on human right so every every decision that the enterprise sticking at any point in dine is going to be executed by a human and is going to impact the human so do we really understand what are those would needs that need to be solved for those three elements of better gopnik sophistication better engineering and better human behavior understanding news to come together to be done at scale and that's what fourteen hundred years thinking about day in day out yeah. We'll in a lot the mar- thinking at this level of granularity or phases when it comes to a._i. Projects but in terms of handling complex projects obviously any fortune five hundred board room is is going to be <music> familiar with guests distilling ambiguity into something more succinct. I appreciate you boiling down the data elements the elements of the phases to think through couple quick points. I'm i'm gonna. I'm gonna bring them up. In order with you on the first point that i just want to run by you. Here is about the fact that sort of machine learning is probably stick in the first first place so even if we think we have great data we have good governance. We're not gonna have any access problems are or we can get rid of those access problems. It may be the case that the the data that we have even though it's a lot even though we're smart just isn't going to get the job done for recommending products or isn't going to get the job done for handling some kind of shipping and logistics issue or isn't going to get the job done for there is always the possibility that we need to buffer for that. There's a lot of tinkering. There's a lot of tweaking in we can't necessarily sara lee say this bucket of data given the right algorithm is definitely going to deliver value. That's a bit of a culture shift in kind of a culture shock. I think for for many people in in the enterprise world where with software we write the rules and then it does what we want. Is that culture shift something. We have to address with business leaders. Does that have to be understood stood before we start talking about r y expectations i. I don't mean to be a pessimist by the way but i just wanna get your thoughts on that. That's actually a really industrial line. Dan and i was going to talk about this during the course of the concision sort of those sorts of people that that i encounter across devices one onset of believers which is a set of people that would free every problem into any problem. There's nothing with it is one way of thinking and then there's the other other group of people that have encountered who are <unk> pessimists if you will and that's not because they don't understand the value it's because the i've seen too many <hes> problems being famed into problems and therefore there is some amount of fatigue in using disadvantage problem right so these are do such people that <unk> donde and there is a broad middle which is which will move around depending on where the funding sources are encountered this these set of you know the truly game changing functions and organizations that are working with our we have with how one thing don right which which is a belief in experimentation. I'll say this again the truly game changing companies and functions we worked with
"sara lee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The morning or helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Now, the Brian Kilmeade show. A news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. I'm Mary Walter sitting in for Brian Kilmeade vacation Brian Kilmeade in from what I understand Brian is back tomorrow coming back. Who else is coming back? We could come back. I don't know if there's a comeback because I don't know if he actually ever went away someone who has been running for president since I wanna say like nineteen eighty seven five somewhere around there going for the third run at it. It is now official because I know we've opened holding our breath waiting to find out if this was ever gonna happen. Joe Biden has finally jumped in. To the twenty twenty election. They is he makes twenty candidates on a democrat side running in two thousand twenty I just think that it should never be more than the year in which you're running so in twenty twenty four than than the Democrats can have twenty four candidates up for it. It's gonna get messy when she when she get into the sixties the twenty sixties, but I'll be did by. So I don't care if it's a mess. But I think once you get past twenty it's a little bit much. I think what did the Republicans have like sixteen seventeen something like that one point? But I think it kind of shook out to about thirteen and then Trump just wanted him down from there. So it's kinda did the same thing. It'd be interesting to see because no one saw remember similar. I keep trying to compare this to the last round. And there are a lot of similarities between the two sides. Which is why I am not confident. I'm not I'm not sitting here going Trump's got gonna totally win. Trump's gonna totally went 'cause the Democrats are doing that to four years ago. Hillary Shimin Hillary's this show of the Republicans don't laugh and. Laughing at the Republicans with so many people running the exact same thing that's happening now. But the the the script is switched a Joe Biden launched a campaign video now, it's interesting about this video is that this is not the original video. So remember we heard that they were doing video, and we knew that they were doing the video because even though they signed in India and nondisclosure agreement some mom, they're blaming it on some mom whose kid was in the video took still shots from it. In post it online. Oh, my son and Joe Biden's video. And so word got out. Apparently the launch video that was what was put together by his new media consultant guy by the name of Mark Putnam. The adviser. Sara Lee like it that much and so his Abe Biden's longtime aide. Mike Donnellan advised devised a different alternative video. And this is according to to Democrats who were briefed on the display. Coop about this video. They've been fighting a lot. There's a lot of infighting. We're going to talk about that. But let's I if in case you have not seen the video just Joe Biden talking into the camera talking to you the American people and telling us why why Joe Biden is running for president yet. Again, everything has made.
"sara lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Wins the face off in the Ottawa. And but declared jumps on encounters has got great wheels will speed in the lightning and take it by check by reading Colbert, Cormon dislodge is it for Tyler Johnson slips. It for Sara Lee becomes Anthony Sara to the red line bobbling it in and chasing it rate circle into the right corner. For LA keeps it alive for Tyler Johnson right circle back for Lee, right corner. Anthony, Sara Lee. Cycles again toward Johnson. Good retail the far at Lindbergh punch out to Yaro should center leafy too far for declare and there's gonna go for twelve fifty eight left in a scoreless. I e you mentioned the line juggling. Kaley this line with Sara Lee and caloric Tyler Johnson is the right way round. I want to say this is the first time he's played with those guys this year. Yeah. Tyler johnson. He's done a great job at stepping in. When he needs to whether it's at the center position here at the wing position. But yeah, I haven't seen these three play together. Typically, we're used to seeing Matthew Joseph kind of feeling on that line or Anthony Anthony cyrillic alarm and Miller as well. So it'll be interesting. I'm eager to see how Matthew Joseph continues to do on that top line Polat. Stamkos. He has a lot of speed anytime. He's on the ice and he can play up and down that's one of his assets as well. You can put them on any line. And he's he's able to find some chemistry scored his first NHL goal in the first meeting between the teams here back in early November Lindberg and point to the right of Anderson effort record was tossed point wins. It pot for mcdonagh's centerpoint point, Cherniak.
"sara lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It was really good to see a moving as well as he has been and before we take a quick time out while the offense is going to get a lot of love and why not got a couple of power play goals. You've got another five on the board. Tonight. You've got all these individual or team records being tied or broken. But defensively again you've got a power play goal. The Wheeler goal happens after a short handed push. Everyone moves in a little too much. And you know, well, they had a two on one chess to one one shorthand. You gotta take it. Yeah. Exactly. That was a good play by now that was a heck of a goal line. Made a heck of a backhand pass. Right. Two Wheeler right on the doorstep. That was a that was a real can do there. And then the second goal. It was a fluky bounced off the stanchion just goes in sometimes it happens. But you put aside those two power-play goals said he mentioned they didn't do anything five on five once again, the lightning as a team clamping down on a talented team. Didn't give them anything. What did you see tonight, Brian where they couldn't give the jets that much? How were they just completely stifling this team? Will the fortunate was really good, and what they do with the pockets of things they talk about all the time. And most of the time we're hearing about them when you know, when they go through a stretcher, they they have a loss or they lose a period and you'll hear John Cooper say. Well, you know, we didn't put the puck in the right place. They they managed the puck so well coming out of their own zone. And it has to be managed all the way up the ice. You have to do the right things in the neutral zone. And if you can't make a play on the rush you have to put it in the right place. So that you can get it back, but also four check the Sara Lee line was outstanding. I love it when he. Starts that line. And they started the game. They started the the third period for Shrek Africa. I forget if they started the second, I think they might have. They just do a heck of a job getting the puck in deep and. It just sets a tone for the period. So it's not like other lines can't do it. But those guys you kind of rely on to for them to do it and the relentless four check. I think that Winnipeg either just wasn't quite ready for look they didn't have in in Winnipeg on Winnipeg side did end up dust in buffalo, and they didn't have Josh Morrissey there too. Arguably the two best defense. So they're going to spend more time in their own zone for sure and that had an effect on them the lightning really tracked down there d- and sometimes their defense but try to just gonna make a little couple of moves in their own zone. Trying to you know, before they're going to make a pass. You don't do that against rally? Don't do that against chlorine. You don't do that against Miller. You don't do it against the fourth line tonight. So they turned over a lot of talks that they should have moved out more quickly, but couldn't seem to find anybody to pass to. So the coverage all the way around up the ice where it starts, and they were really good tonight. Yes. Seraglio with an assist tonight credited with two takeaways leading the lightning in that category. And just an absolute beast tonight. He's going to be overlooked by a lot of players. But I thought he had a whale of game as well. We're gonna take a quick pause here. John Cooper on the other side of the break. And then we'll look ahead to Thursday's game against Minnesota. When the last call presented by Jack Daniels continues on NewsRadio.
"sara lee" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And bold eastern goes into the corner lightning go to center, it's out high shot on blacker say by Bennington who is two feet above the blue pay when he made it Perico reaching for it. Lightning. Get it another shot. Komen. And it's awful Riley to the far side Miller back to Colorado. Blue light Stroman Jonah Miller along the way into the corner. It goes the grad by Sarah lead up to the blue line and a good play by rated Shan state with a chip that out to twenty two to go here. Here in the second period. Tampa is going to get it over the line. They go to Sara Lee down into the corner. Boom Easter Zona Sara Lee onto his forehand towards the goal. It's loose in front. And then cleared off the wall out strong man with a bomb blocked off the ship, Pat o' Bom Easter this one comes out and I'll glance through the near wing and Victor Hedman will pick the puck up two minutes to play in the second of the zone. Andrei, polite, not as Steven stamkos. And it strict here's Sanford the other way for the blue hill way down behind the net was Sundquist didn't on the floor. Check Bala down is strong and Stanford. Sanford about the he's got it. This one's coming out. Maroon got to it. But the play back to the blue line. Intercepted and set down by gore to the corner grandeur each at their minute thirty three to go. We're late in the second period and cut loose in behind the next. They fired over to the far circle now straightaway long shot and that's blocked by Sanford zone. Twenty two to play here. The second period. It's still zero zero game in Tampa. Last time. These two teams met was December of a year ago and Tampa had a three nothing win. Here's gorge shooting it high over Bennington it goes and in transition Steen onto the puck with his dad. Thomas a great NHL or one of the all-time. Winnipeg Jets watching from St. gets apart by the net. He goes into the far corner to Bosak Bosak working with Schwartz Tyler on his back into an open point, man. That's parade. Go with a shot advance Alinsky great blocker, save data. The quarter now to Schwartz with forty five seconds to play in the period short sleeves it. Done shoots. It by Celeski denies the five Janet team behind the goal. The Bosak Donna Schwartz out high long shot and another save made by the goaltender Baz Celeski with thirty three point nine seconds to play in the second period. Yeah. Blue still rolling. They're.
"sara lee" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Well, thank you. Sara Lee, we've got a lot of traffic here on the queenside of the Whitestone bridge, there's an accident on the southbound cross did Parkway just south of the Whitestone bridge, it's causing delays on the Whitestone bridge coming into queens Lotte, heavy traffic developing and also the northbound Whitestone expressway is now heavy from thirty second avenue up to the Whitestone bridge also construction delays on the northbound cross bid Parkway that's causing heavy traffic from the southern state Parkway up to the Grand Central Parkway. We're moving slowly on the northbound cross island eastbound southern state. There's an accident at one nine traffic is jammed from Bethpage state Parkway out to one zero nine in the Bronx. We still have that collision. Northbound on the Bronx river Parkway gun hill. Hill road still some heavy traffic there. Westbound cross Bronx slowing up now from the Sheridan out to the George Washington Bridge from the WABC traffic center on Jay release on seventy seven WABC Garrett from the news, it's the Chinese New Year. And it's the year of the pig. The house, and you can imagine right. You're going around eight seven you in Brooklyn Chinatown downtown Manhattan allowed in Shing, aka flushing, and you got the Paul cribs with the food jock. That's probably what you would order. Juliet Huddy sliced pork with the garlic sauce or the chairman Mao red braised pork belly. So the poor hungry actually stopped talking. Yeah, you'll be crouching tiger hidden pig. Anyway, the point being is that kind of diet is going to add delays of fat on your right? But it's not nj diet dot com. That's going to get you to stop eating pork products. So a swine it's.
New York woman spends 3 days trapped in elevator
"Scene after a woman got stuck in Hatton. Townhouses elevator over the weekend. Firefighters rescued the woman shortly after ten this morning. She was stuck in a townhouse elevator on east sixty fifth street for two and a half days. She worked for the owners of the town house, but they weren't home. It's unclear whether she had a cell phone could have called for help. First responders rushed the woman to a hospital. There's no word yet on her condition. I'm Sara Lee
"sara lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"With afforded nothing lead over the lightning with three minutes and fifty six seconds to go in the second period. Shots on goal. Twenty four to twenty two in favor of the lightning. And they've been trying to come on really strong in the second period. Zeke is who got to extend the islanders lead to four. And then a good response. From the Sara Lee on the following this rally line on the following ships. And now the lightning ho- for three on the power play a few several good scoring chances. Unable to get that first one on the board. Neutral zone piece of it. For pot cat from bars. L mcdonagh. Fouls. It four the islanders defensive zone there for Mayfield. Bailey chips and Ed mcdonagh blocks. It walks down the ice for biller could get it away from caves slots, it up to settle for an act Berretta Franken back in a weird care up almost way into that. Dad is price was out of the now Ernie. You got a Senator Pete for Miller shot in the slot. Blot nor follows up right circle. DT Miller was checked by Teves. Good play by devante Miller keeps the puck alive though. For Ernie center point center point that got us that report neck shoot, save grace office chest and into his catching glove. Now Miller Jocelyn with Mayfield. Heavy hits were laid during that sequence three twelve left to the period for nothing. Islanders mayfield. He was here. We've got JT Miller along the boards, a pretty strong check. But Miller did a good job. Holding onto it and the lightning end up getting. Opoku a shot on net after. It's actually been a pretty good period. I mean, if you were forgetting about the school. They were down three nothing. They really control most of the period, grace has been outstanding. Not progress. Having the lightning could have one or two in this game. At least. Nelson and Sara Lee to let the price. That's a tie up corn pursues. It's the right corner. Telephone Joseph Ray cornered right circle. Sara Lee quarterback Lorne the right point. Colbert shoots deflected. It fraught by Joseph say grace. There's coordinates circle outscored brought to keep it alive or the offense event. Instead it's chipped up and out by Anders leave the neutrals Coburn reverses it banks back in race for the nearside walking at Sarobi left circle gets help from co-ord-, but Brock Nelson bus out for letty, etc. Clause leading live le- left point possib front is picked up by Matthew Joseph quick out corn and left lifts at high in the air. Sara Lee going to pursue it across the.
Johnson & Johnson: Our baby powder is safe
"J J is reacting J and J blast. The report is one-sided false and inflammatory insisting it's baby powder is safe and his best is free. Juries have return mixed verdicts against the company and ovarian cancer cases. More than twelve thousand lawsuits are pending health update. Sara Lee Kessler NBC news RA. Radio. A dictionaries out with its word of the year. ABC's Dave Schreiber reports. Miriam Webster says Justice is it's twenty eighteen word of the year Webster's editor at large says Justice portion of the top twenty or thirty look ups on the company's website the designation for Justice came soon. After Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for crimes that included arranging for the payment of hush money to conceal his bosses, alleged sexual affairs.
Brother arrested over fire possibly linked to mysterious mansion deaths
"Have a family member in custody and all this has shaken the wealthy. New Jersey town hall Canario has been charged with aggravated arson in connection with the fire earlier in the day at zone house in ocean township, but there are no charges yet in the quadruple homicide in colts, neck Canales. Fifty year old brother Keith was found shot to death on the front lawn while his sister-in-law, Jennifer and two of their children were found burned to death inside the house. The two brothers grew up in Brooklyn, and we're partners in square one a technology firm and Asbury park. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news news conference scheduled to begin any minute. One person is dead and five others
"sara lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Five free lightning. Katrina on that last shift was a little shaken up. He thought he could have gotten a slashing call against the lightning. Had some words with the rafts after the whistle. Wheel and Sara Lee from neutral ice. One by Anthony, throwing mcdonagh reels. The puck in past turn out of the way, right side. Joseph. Couldn't tap it in the flex back to seraglio his way to the red light. Strong listening defy the Philadelphia CNN after pokes it around the nearside reflected out by leading us. Here's mcdonagh left wing war will pass blocked by San Luis back Lorne. L directed into the flyers zone punched up by gossip to center ice wheeling. Again, he gets Jack up Dan Reeves left circle Van Dyke peeling back for the left point little feed to the right point was shot. Taken by Gotha stare saved by the name of the rebound. But it's grabbing cleared by goes back to the wires in five eighteen left by relating Zander. Mcdonald's. Getting a bit. By Ernie Donald gets away. What's it in? Play by Girardi of cars that had been lost a lot. Got it. Trying to clear it held a lot pass picked up by Kellyanne flights to Ernie safely out to center ice Sette can get to the red line of chips it in with under five minutes left by three lighting up. The puck in the whitewater about Brutus Brutus Zabel, this logic for decor. Check or checkers advert by pocket that Steele. Let's circle shoots. Ebay by the goaltender Pickard any he holds on the flyers didn't like that heart. Check on board tech, but it was a clean one four thirty nine remaining five three lighting lighting radio. Nothing. Feels your morning like the one hundred percent whole grain oats on the bowl of Cheerios to Tampa Bay Lightning thunder..
Sara Lee Kessler, Chris Seventy And WABC discussed on Chris and Cosby
"Include an actual hashtag. I'm Sara Lee Kessler. Chris seventy seven WABC news. The number of people believed missing in the campfire in northern California. Now stands at one hundred four total
Ex-NY Attorney General Schneiderman will not face criminal charges
"Former new York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will not face criminal charges following allegations that he abused multiple romantic partners, Nassau County DA Madeline singers who acted a special prosecutor in the Schneiderman case says she personally interviewed all four women who came forward about the former AG she says while she believes them there are legal impediments to criminal prosecution, including statutes of limitation Schneiderman resigned six months ago after the New Yorker printed detailed accounts by ex-girlfriends of being hit and choked. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven
Twitter Loses Users Again As It Purges Fake Accounts
"Millions of Americans students lack access to technology. They need to succeed in a digital world. Verizon innovative learning has provided free technology free internet access and hands on learning experiences to help give resource students the education they deserve. And the results are nothing. Short of amazing students show improvements in math and reading and they're more engaged in school for Reisen. Innovative learning has helped over a million kids today. Eight and they'll help two million more by twenty twenty one. Learn more at Verizon innovative, learning dot com slash W. S one. Welcome to tech news briefing. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal in New York Twitter says it lost users as it continues its drive to purge fake accounts. We'll get more from the Wall Street Journal Sarah needle men, I Harrison top tech headlines. Twitter was among a handful of technology companies posting quarterly results Thursday, although it lost users at swung to a quarterly profit and boosted revenue as it extracted more add revenue out of existing users. Investors were especially keen to find out how a couple of FANG stocks did on the earnings front late Thursday, Amazon dot com. Had quarterly earnings hit nearly three billion dollars. It's fourth straight quarter. Topping a billion, but Amazon's revenue came up short as did it sales forecast for the holiday season Google's parent. Alphabet said it's quarterly earnings rose a better than expected thirty seven percent, but it's revenue rose a weaker than expected. Twenty one percent. It comes during a time of uncertainty for Google. It's been fielding questions from lawmakers in Washington and Europe since the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month, the company never told users about a software bug that expose the privacy. Data of hundreds of thousands of users that incident led the company to shutter the consumer functionality. Of its Google plus social site next up. We'll talk about how Twitter is faring as it removes fake accounts. This is tech news briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Twitter has reported its first consecutive quarterly drop in users and signalled more declines as the company continues its purge of fake accounts. But Twitter's revenue still rose thanks to increase advertising on existing users. Here's Wall Street Journal. Reporter Sara Lee needle men with more on this now Sarah to be clear, this is happening on a bounceback day for the stock market's Twitter's stock was up sharply. I'm wondering should we focus more on the fact that it's shed users or that it was able to gain out of each user? I say that it's a matter of Twitter doing a better job of extracting more revenue from the existing users. Does have that is clearly the case here because even though it did shed users. She said the revenue and profit increased actually pretty significantly isn't this going to alternately help the product, you know, cleansing it side of fake accounts. It's going to make it more attractive to those who might wanna sign up. Well, means that when you when you get rid of the fake. Accounts you're having you know, people are actually there for legitimate reasons, and they're more engaged. And so they the conversation among users would naturally be healthier. And certainly that's more active to advertisers. The reaching actual people who were there for a sincere reason. So how many monthly active users? Did it lose during the third quarter? It was quite a lot. It was the most ever I think it lost nine million users, and that was the steepest decline ever the last biggest drop was by two million. Now, this is monthly active users as opposed to daily active users, did it keep a record of that Twitter reports daily active users only on a percentage basis, it doesn't give the actual number and interestingly daily active user growth there was growth it grew by nine percent. However that broke a streak for the past seven quarters where the growth was in the ten to fourteen percent range on the other hand, a Twitter said that most of that growth came from people who use or who access Twitter via mobile devices and those. Grew by double digits, whereas once who access Twitter via web browsers only the growth in that was smaller, and that's okay. Because those people tend to be less valuable people who are any any time Twitter's access via web browser. The odds of it being a suspicious user is much higher than if it's a person or someone coming through a mobile device. So Twitter was fine to see a very small increase in. Those types of users Twitter has really been trying to clean house regarding fake accounts in the months leading up to the midterm elections. Right. I mean, this is what I mean. It was one of several companies that really got in trouble over this. Right. I'm this has been the trend for social media companies to purge themselves of fakes accounts and improve their credibility among us, Ervin advertisers. And so we certainly saw what happened with Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and so many problems there. It's something that sort of spreads. And it's a concern for all social media companies, and certainly Twitter is a part of that did the did the effect of your. Herbs new privacy law. Also factor into this in any way that did factor into absolutely as it did in the previous quarter. But that wasn't all it only with our two factors. This time around that were new one being that the company clamped down on automated usage such as butts, and it also had a
"sara lee" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Rob Dawson reports. New Jersey transit is apologizing to their customers after two of their trains. Hit objects in the Hudson river tunnels Friday night. The agency says no one was hurt in the initial incidents, but a woman was transported to the hospital with back pain after she was moved to a. Rescue train. New Jersey transit says they anticipate trains will run just fine for tomorrow morning's rush hour, but they're telling customers to pay attention to their alerts today. I rob Dawson for seven ten wwl are people living along without Atlantic. Coast are being told to brace for a major hurricane tropical storm Florence expected to become a hurricane possibly today and gain strength as it heads towards the southeast US. Former President Barack Obama urging Americans to vote in the upcoming midterm elections in Anaheim yesterday. Obama warned that things could get worse. If people don't voice their displeasure at the ballot box, people feel unsettled people feel scared people get a sense that if if we don't change things fundamentally that maybe our kids won't have as as bright future. As as we did the former president in California stumping for democratic congressional candidates around the state, go fund me says the homeless Philadelphia veteran at the center of a controversy turned police probe will get the full four hundred thousand dollars. Raised for him. W O R, Sara Lee Kessler reports the crowd sourcing website is promising to make Johnny Bob hall after he sued a south jersey complicate MacLaurin. Mark d'amico for allegedly spending. Most of the money raised on themselves. They launched a gofundme account to help Bob Bobbitt after the homeless man gave McClure his last twenty bucks. When her car ran out of gas. Police were at the couple's board in town home Thursday hauling off a new BMW before the couple's court appearance next week. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven ten W O R checking your W O R sports Mets ten five over the Phillies. Noah Syndergaard takes a sharp line drive to the ribs forcing him out. But rays gave him an all clear Mets on deck with Pete McCarthy at twelve oh five today right here at seven ten W O R Yankees beat the Mariners. Four to mayo mayo Sokha becomes the first player from Japan to win a major singles at the US open women's final..
Honey Smacks are still being sold, making people sick, despite recall
"The FDA has taken to Twitter to warn people. Not to eat Honey smacks. It says the popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a one hundred thirty confirm salmonella infections in thirty four states. Some people have been hospitalized Honey smacks has been the subject of a recall since June, which means stores can't sell it. But people are still getting sick from it. The FDA's theory is that people still have the serial in their kitchen cabinets. So the agency is tweeting telling people donate it get rid
FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks
"Chains threats toward the Boston Globe the FBI says change, threatening calls to, the Boston Globe. Began August tenth the same day the globe launched a national campaign urging newspapers to. Run at a to'real supporting a free. Press chain posted the fifty thousand dollar bond yesterday is due to appear in a Boston federal court next month officers reportedly found twenty firearms. It is home including a semi automatic rifle the former CEO of Enron out, of prison, and
"sara lee" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In north korea he met with them when they landed early this morning and thank the north korean leader kim jong un for releasing them i really think he wants to do something i think he did this because i really think he wants to do something and bring that country into the real world a meeting between trump and kim has been scheduled though the official announcement not made yet on the time or place this morning the white house condemning iran's rocket attacks against israel they say the provocative attacks are an unaccept notable and highly dangerous development for the entire middle east cops have arrested a suspect who allegedly tried to abduct a toddler in brooklyn here's w o r sara lee kessler asked the public for help and they got it after releasing video of a man walking off with the three year old and sterler monday afternoon outside of gravesend supermarket he fled after the little boys grandma chased him down a good samaritan reportedly recognize the man eating pizza last night called nine one one and police swooped in to cuff the suspect new security system being tested the world trade center station starting today it scans the entire body of commuters to check for hidden weapons i don't have any problem with it because i don't carry such things we meet the technology by the way can scan up to six hundred people in our closing arguments gonna take place today in the retrial of former assembly speaker sheldon silver and then the jury will get the case the jury is heard from more than a couple dozen witnesses but sheldon silver himself did not testify and now jurors will soon decide whether the democrat used his position power as new york state assembly speaker to rake in some four million dollars in illegal kickbacks in a bribery scheme silver was convicted in the first trial but that verdict was tossed after the supreme court narrow the definition of public corruption hi i'm scott pringle for seven ten w o r r news brought to you by the salvation army donate your us vehicle today call eight hundred trump or visit essay truck dot org let's check on traffic.
"sara lee" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"To my house and act like crack heads for everything can they be like scratching can i have a twenty can i ever 20 my momma look at them and go of course you can because if you show your kid how do that they can eat things in moderation then they learn how to handle it in real life and they don't go to college ten years later and blow up like balloon perry was i good what are the vips last night brought in what a uh a designer twenty from one of the bakeries it was an artisanal free range non gmo twinking i had it for i had at last night and that was the first twenty i've had in a while but it was delicious i won't abuse twain keys i can use tweak he's in moderation let me make the decision representative horrigan so isn't that what he says we're going to take some calls on this eight four four five hundred forty two forty two i guess this bill has been ridiculed as a nanny state bill he says yes it has been representative oregon i know many people think the nanny state is an inherently bad thing and i'm sure you're going to hear that during the debate but a nanny as someone who protects here's forehead teaches small children so being a nanny is not sara lee entirely a bad thing i hope some is going to be running against representative horrigan in the fall i'll be glad to donate through the whoever runs against them uh represented victoria sullivan republican of manchester said i think in the live free advice they we've just crossed the line here and as a mom i am very capable of making the decisions for my own children about what they are going to eat and what they're going to drink exactly eight four four five hundred forty two forty two let's uh uh it is nine seven eight says.
"sara lee" Discussed on WEEI
"One oh no i mean i think it's gone and i just don't think it's a matter of time has the question is how long is all this guy take the shakeout because night of the federal government or the ncaa move as quickly as the rest of us might like so awesome i can't say i'm sara lee's surprise i think people who are in the sport for a long time there's been a rather seedy underbelly that needed to be exposed by somebody and i think it looks like the fbi might have the good stuff of it so you know i think it's going to be a little bit of a nervous time i just don't like that how long this is going to shake out you know by the time because all played out to the courts in through the ncaa even if the people who are involved in her so he's going to be active who knows so it's it's a weight seats but it certainly innaccurate headline i say do you know someone who's covered calls basketball for a long time is this food for college basketball to try to let you six the the cd underbelly or is this going to be horrible for college basketball no i ugly right it's going to be ugly it's going to look bad it's gonna to a black eye to this or that people are already sceptical about college athletics and others as it is everything like that but if he ended the day if it does indeed scare people straight and clean it up i think that that's a very important thing to have happened you know look we're all talking about paying kid and all these things and amateurism at all these issues and all of this is part of it these are all part of the conversation magui why these kids are getting eight by agents why these things are going on and if this helps clarify away to do that above board as opposed to under each i think that's really important so you know i think at the end game this will be better for the sport but it's gonna be a lot worse for awhile.
"sara lee" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Died when she was fifty four oh line at fifty six i understand so i was uh twenty when that happens that's crazy yeah and you brothers and sisters i have one older halfbrother from my father's first marriage a long long time ago steve eichner who is a photographer in new york and he confirm is he worked for w n women's wear daily for a long time battling photogr yes he was very heterosexual early asking photographer and he used to like die his hair and stuff to say fashionable and when i came out to my parents who were both great about at my dad's only question was is your brother gay and i am dad steve is so not gain he said willie dyed his hair blond and my mom had no he's just into fashion gay sara lee go together so yeah and my brother covered like you know like the mid nineties like club days yeah he was a club usa in line light and i always was really fascinated by all black as i was still a little too young to get into all of that rate hikes governor steve eichner i bet you've run into each other at some point is like semi retired ish now retired that doesn't mean exist anymore alghafur yeah he will i think he works is just not fulltime at women's wear daily he had a website it's a whole thing but how does he make money very that you're going to think this is so funny that i'm talking about him how does he make money he had a website he was very sort of an early adopter to the internet and he bought photography dot com.
"sara lee" Discussed on WCTC
"The code sara lee kessler nbc news radio new jersey a two and a half billion dollar development is being planned on the route in river that would transform a major brownfield it's called river tin and it'll be build at the old dutch boy paint plant site in sayerville it's a fourteen rather four hundred acre four hundred eighteen acre property that builders say the largest mixeduse development side in new jersey history on wall street the dow is down fifty five points wctc news time eleven three nbc news radio i'm sharon reed tampa police say the latest deadly shooting in seminal heights could be connected to a suspected serial killer this morning tampa police chief brian duke and described who they're looking for our shelf back to the black male then built dress that all black wearing a black baseball cap the latest victim was shot near a memorial honoring three people who were killed within days of one another in that same neighborhood back in october attorney general jeff sessions is testifying before the house judiciary committee this morning he's at a justice department oversight hearing where he is likely to get several questions about russian contacts and the trump campaign officials now say at least five hundred thirty people have died in that magnitude seven point three earthquake that hit the iraqiran border on sunday and crews are still working to restore power to about one hundred thousand puget sound area residents after a windstorm hit washington state yesterday winds hit nearly sixty miles an hour in some parts sharon reed nbc news radio.
"sara lee" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It looks like we have a cold front mitigate that large rectangularshaped state there you know what you it will la you'd be surprised so quickly you you get to know what i did take obviously meteorological course in montreal an on air broadcasting course from meteorologists and i'm sure it never looked back to probably like screw all you people like you not even real meteorolgist we are and they taught the course to many of us and six of us were we it only ended up being sick of it six of a surpassed sit at i can't believe i was one of them but i studied it like you cannot believe and then non did weather in montreal for a year and a half and then i got the job in miami so and once you hurricane andrew sars kinda thrown into the fire quickly but i learned fast while there people the report on on criminal cases the don't have law degrees to be a reporter sara lee have to be someone from that profession that is true that is true i liked your analogies when you talk about you know when people say to me well you got all these manson hearings with debra tate and they said what charles manson didn't actually kill anyone and you had the best response to that i've ever you said osama bin laden didn't kill anyone on nine eleven february constrain and i thought my god this yes that's the analogy that i need so i use that all the time now not that it comes up a lot that people will say isn't that weird and i said well i've never been to manson's a because he just sometimes he doesn't he chooses not to go but they said well he didn't actually kill anyone and so i use your analogy so thank you for that will sometimes you could say the same thing about mafia dawn's yeah as you have an godfather who's in a suit and tie in each steakhouse yes and is likely area yeah yeah you're right and the under bosses and the it's so true that's where aj benza comes in it might not be part of a crime family but dammit if he doesn't know his stuff up later out of the.
"sara lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Liam payne everybody wants to be me sara lee greenwood eased the road leads a temporary state because he knows is vain don't even say the words nail mayor review courage yeah right year by ray rejab everett value more specific really is good it right needs lear and looking tired but me who i liked his sort of the tone the flavor to his stuff when he was using perry was was doing parodies of others saw right he's does some really creative stuff luca well he writes all of this stuff and it's pretty down the teraty stuff the at that whole rights fee eggs and we had to pay for the first song i forget who we will was who's oh who's us only sampled but charter home if you sample euro right right oh he's gotta pay rights fees they had to pay their dig in the kitty and and pay for that matter even the sample and as the everybody well yes they really do you off the right nothing move in trouble right now as bruno mars in the one song.
"sara lee" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"That that is kind of the gorilla in the room and i i tend to take a step back from that and say yeah these people we work with are not the ones creating that for sure so to try to get them to address their carbon footprint says is not not very productive however i believe personally that you know like like so many times on planet earth when it's gone through these issues in these changes in these problems it's the speed of that chains that really will determine the outcome and and some coral reefs are showing signs of being able to be resilient in the face of some of this warming it is the warming is very much there so is the acidification and we can see them both on corals on the effects on carl's but we also see some species of quarrels that are seemed to be doing better in siem okay in some cases and so it might be that if we can slow down the rate of climate change that these systems will begin to recover they won't look the same was likely they're going to change i have no doubt but i don't think they are all night sara lee just gonna flat out die i think there's gonna be some period of adaptation we already see that in fact and so but i don't like to talk to my students about is not near the horror stories of house all dying but instead how important it is for us as people to be a part of slowing that changed down we're we're not going to stop it because this train has already left the station however we can change the places that it stops and how fast it gets there so that the message i like to give that it's not a done deal it's a matter of slowing it down and and letting nature sort of adapt which we already see signs that it's doing a really wonderful thought to to keep uh inside when you're worried about the world to literally collapsing around us that there some adaptability if we could just slow it down and i want to point people to a movie i just swatch last night or the trailer to movie called overview i think it's called overview or planetary not sure which given the.
"sara lee" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I have of that is sara lee classic at the hermitage armed rabakov ashton remember all with without him thousands die is spread around the golf course aaron anna approaches an amazing lee will first job of seventeen islamic that job by yourself solid initially um deal all the installation by yourself also in off i completely forget about it i was seventeen years old to kind of recap that i was seventeen years old house wanted oscars academy i comeback oklahoma let me muhammad former strange for many many years from route from the portuguese jersery years old of which seventy years old which happens with a lot of families a lot families end up broken and yet we were not going to get into those personal thanks affect us not what we're here for but i freaked we wish much such a little bit of we wanna that's not the subject at hand but seventeen years old i was oh so i landed a contract with sara lee classic and harm just golf course in belgium gusted because seventeen years old and in this hundreds of thousand dollar contract because the first ever surly classic that they put on there and i had to basically revamped the golf course and make it look pretty for the the big major event that was nationals firth the gulf gulf tom that ever come to time course there's been along the gulf term is now on that will be considered small and today's world yeah this that is one of the things about growing your small twitter's yesterday somewhere and i started literally with my hands that art so um it is we went along over the years you can give me some background content was things that you remember.