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"scott bueller" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Especially new actresses when they see what they see. How could this be real. A lot of exorcists go through this kind of rude awakening as being trained on some of them have told like father thomas. The father lampard have told great stories of being trained in rome just kind of like trial by fire and the things that they see. The demons do Is you wouldn't see it and you wouldn't believe it unless you saw it a- now it just for the understanding of the listeners. There are two different kinds of Sacramental so that our ritual sacramento's and all of the liturgical right to the church are sacramental. 's in as much as their instituted by the church for for our sanctification not instituted directly by christ right so i'm talking about the liturgical rites not the sacraments But the rights that sort of encompasses sacraments and then there are Also Physical things that are sacramental. 's like crucifixes. Medals maximus metal symphonic metal. Scott bueller and You mentioned that. The exorcism itself is a sacramental meaning. It's a ritual sacramental. That also utilizes sacramento's like holy water blessed salt blessed metals and crucifixes and so forth That fair enough. That i explained that. Okay oh yeah right because the the more research On what sacramento's are that. It's such a rich complicated complex Mechanism that the church has to to give us grace's After the sacraments of course which the big sources. Yeah the the difference being that christ instituted the seven sacraments to give grace whereas the sacramento's instituted by the church. So there are still they're still efficacious but not in the same way to the same degree So the going back to how these xs know what they know. I guess it's like any any sort of craft or any sort of art an art being something which is done. You know rector also Fox deleon right. it's not just It's not just Learned like a science. So there's the scientists bag the theology they have to know but then there's the actual practicing of that art of the plying of craft or trade of being an exorcist. So i i i guess exorcists have to have shop talk like a mechanic or or or teachers in. You're a teacher. i'm a teacher. I'm sure there are times in the teachers lounge. Her wherever the teachers gathered that they trade trade secrets are young. Teachers get taken on the wing of older teachers. You know this is how you deal with problem. Students and things so the exorcists have to deal with demons And learn what works and what doesn't work so you say in the book that there was kind of a loss of this tradition with whole crisis in the church who yet Yet now there are mechanisms in exorcists sort of networking with one. Another is even international organization. I think founded by father. Gabriele are moss. Could you talk about a little bit. How they network right and like you said Father was a big There must be others. But he he really is on everybody's mind he was the most public Of one of these exorcists who preserved essentially a connection to the past so that all the wisdom was not lost but went through a big perjure big deficit of the presence of exercises throughout the world. But he kept. I think in nineteen ninety four. It was that he started that institute. yeah. International association of exorcists was one nineteen ninety-four he started at the church gave it approval in two thousand fourteen. So just just what seven years ago took on unofficial status but they have Conferences all over the world to train exorcist. To do what you were saying like shop talk. This is what i saw in an exorcism and usually led by expert exorcists because they have.
"scott bueller" Discussed on Scene On Radio
"If that had happened? I mean what it would have required to do that. Would've would've been actually transformative. And that's what black people were saying at the time. Very clearly right. They said it to Sherman and they were saying to the radical Republicans we need land to make a decent life to support ourselves to be independent and on top of that are labor has built the economy of the South and actually the whole country. So don't let's not talk about fairness right. We've more than earned that and if we want to proceed on any kind of ethical grounds the we have to use our imagination to make this happen and Stevens agreed. He wanted to do it but the proposal really didn't get much widespread support even in his party. The Republican Party let alone from the southern Democrats or people like the president. Andrew Johnson and the proposal died. In fact. Here let's play a clip from my interview with Eric Fellner. The reconstruction historian. Here's what he said about that. Even as radical as reconstruction was the idea of confiscating the property of one class of people and distributing it to another was more than most northern Republicans were willing to do they believe in the sanctity of private property. What one might say about reconstruction in this regard? Is that The political revolution was radical. Really radical the economic revolution did not go nearly as far. Yeah and listen to that language. Right I mean. They believed in the sanctity of private property. Best the language power private properties would reign supreme. No matter what kind of crimes against humanity. What kind of violence and exploitation went into acquiring that property right it just seems like a very consistent theme in the history of America. Who seems like what we're learning is that if economic power is distributed in a profoundly unequal way which has been true throughout most of us history then government will not serve the interests of everybody equally or even close to equally. Unless maybe unless. There's some urgent need In a given moment to protect the interests and the rights of poor and working people say in a major crisis of some kind for example. I don't know a great depression something like that. I'm glad you brought up the Great Depression right. Because looking at how people organized for economic democracy before and through the Great Depression is really important. Because it's always been. The job of people were fighting for justice to create that kind of urgency. Next time. Guess what the new deal. It was a big deal but just how big and how new was it. Our editor on the series is Loretta Williams Music Consulting and production help by Joe Augustine of narrative music. Our theme song is the underside of power by Algiers. Jeers other music by John. Eric Cada Eric Nivo and Lucas Beland voiceovers. This time by Michael Bats second and Scott Bueller follow us on facebook and on twitter at seen on radio gender. I is at catch tweet down. Thanks to North Carolina Public Radio W. UNC seen on radio is distributed by PR axe. The show comes to you from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.
"scott bueller" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"That's nine thirty am festival in the morning also listened to hours earlier to that seven thirty am they'll have to raise pale around of Yahoo sports formerly of the Kansas City Star you know that's a recipe is going to be all over this Patrick Mahomes Patel a situation INVESCO here's the one thing about it I mean pepe homes has become the most popular athlete that we've seen maybe in my lifetime and I'm forty six news opie and his look a day over thirty nine Pete Nickelodeon but the bottom line is he's the most talked about athlete in this town and for good reason he's given this town hope he's given the chiefs fans purpose of the chiefs fans were very loyal to this team they went for a huge drought there you know for they beat the Texans finally in the playoffs or guys that were like twenty two years old and in college we're alive since January sixteen thousand nine hundred ninety four when they beat the oilers the Houston oilers they went that far of a gap but yet people still went and Scott Bueller they wanted him out of here and instead of going they bought banners and they wanted to show the owner we need to change clerk was willing to go away from three time NFL executive the year that everybody thought would be the perfect GM and scope yolly they've invested people in this town could go to their dressers and they can get the red stuff out for Red Friday even though the team wasn't good with him anything angel to cheer for in the postseason but sports is about hope supports us about promise and pet mahomes brought that hope he brought me you're a championship city again and we got a taste of it with the royals and that was fun I mean people in this town were loving championships they didn't care about potholes didn't care about taxes they didn't care about any the eighties this is a football town other whales did change there for a while but but people put their hopes and dreams on the Kansas City chiefs it's what they talk about the gestation it's what they talk about is Jim they talk about this football team in they talk about Pat Mahomes in he was hurt tonight and you have these visions we could have been the superbowl people want the put on the red in good damn it bothers people like there's there's there's are super bowl chance that's laying down there on the grass Oregon State quarterback you know he's he's got one out serious here pet homes the MRI will be the number one subject in Kansas City not only that not only for Fox showing this game but Sunday night football next week that has the scrap maybe you know the whole you know the video of homes Rogers the Dole that we could have seen but this was a big hit tonight we can rally around the backup quarterback both not forget that our meal ticket was laying on the Turf.
"scott bueller" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I can't imagine doing something like sister to then where you're put into a school situation that there's a ton of young people yeah. I'm always yeah so many of them. Disappeared appeared yeah. There are so many people in that movie on the I mean the whole cast obviously the monks and everybody else but ask me who asked me about anyone be able to tell you what's up with research them sure we all your rappers everybody in their Sir such interesting such interesting guys didn't even the young man who has the big solo the WHO was lead singer. Yes I know you're talking about. He changed his. He's the right my slave name yeah yeah yeah yeah. I think if I know who you're talking about so many people in there that that you would think you're obviously you never stopped working but you had general of Hewitt who tiny part yeah. She's there to be pretty upset thing. She's supposed to be that she's airlines are like and can we put makeup on you know. That's her thing yeah. We're going to have time for this on me yeah and she's one of the ones who stayed well. I think the people that that did St- I think the the people that did sustain a career with the people that were not <hes> sort of <hes> tied to labels IDA musically because there you go we were not. We weren't like you know a scooped up by a label and said you're going to be the next Madonna. You're going to be the next you know I. I don't know you're going to be the next L._l.. Cool J whatever they would compare them to but these kids weren't initially actors they were entertainers and they had great voices and I think maybe I I'm just assuming that they probably got scooped up by labels and they were given one chance unfortunately as as as a music as recording artists you're given one chance in it's all on you and if the record sales don't do well well then you know you're sort of a flash in the PAN. Unfortunately were as an acting if a movie you do as a big flop. It's not on you yeah. It's everything that has a lot to especially. If you're uh the star when you are which is why you know Fuji's Lauryn Hill's Fuji's was it was like catching lightning but for them she won the Lotto. I mean she was a part of Van Band was she was part of a group that was very zeitgeist Zeitgeist Dean and what did she do. They spun it because she was just so beautiful and she had such an interesting unique sophisticated voice for such a for child that they were able to sort of groom her into becoming you know Ms Lauren Hill and it also I think you know <hes> being a part of the whole Marley you know planet. All of it really adds more to the mistake of being Lauren Hill so. I think that that is what what what people really gravitated hated toward but you know you have something like sister act to that. That is sort of these kids were hoping to be a launching pad to a music career of course and music careers are just so short-lived like the the life of an athlete yeah. I you know what I was just one of those like you know singing lessons then ballet lessons than acting lessons and I never really took it seriously <hes> you because I would I would go to New York and then I'd hear these kids live and I'd be like Oh wow well. They really have exercised that muscle. I'm a little rev around the edges but you know it's you. You're not given as as much opportunity to sing living Los Angeles as you would as I would have better. I lived in New York so that's that's the reason behind that get to sing in one of the greatest movies of all time cutting Oh yeah yeah hey has stuck with so many of us absolutely as you see that Liz oh just performed and did a tribute no she was oh just performed at the MTV movie awards and did a tribute to the joyful joyful. Oh that's so cool where she says Liz has take off your rogue. She starts in Aerob- singing then they do the the harmonizing and the vocalizing watch it on Youtube and just have a laugh. That's amazing 'cause it stays unbelievable. Yeah it it it you never you never have been cut till Aguirre's later and I was pregnant very pregnant and I got a call all from the the Lien Greg who directed cocoa yes yes. He someone you guys have to like interview he is do you know him. Li used to be the projectionist Dennis. What in the theater U._S._C. where I teach when he's just so so with the class with with Coq Libra Oh my God which is a beautiful beautiful film? Oh and congratulations thank you get asked me to sing in it and I was like Oh wow what what an opportunity. This is awesome. What was just to reverse just for a moment of how did you get into voice acting because you've been doing that a long time? Ah Yes coco's just the latest most prominent example of that. You started doing that a long time ago. That's a great question and I'll tell you what happened. I was not working a lot. I mean it's like the Pamela Avalon story shirt the you know what I mean I was. I got a little bit parts and indies and stuff but I wasn't making a lot of money you know and my manager had <hes> had a client over at vox boxes. <hes> <hes> a voice a voice artist <hes> agency Z. and she'd said you know you might WanNa try voiceovers and I thought yeah let's let's try it and Lo and behold I just started getting call backs for little boys constantly little boys and I thought Oh but. It it was so much fun because I thought well I get to mimic all the cartoon characters that I fell in love with when I was growing up I mean I was dictated to marry melodies jerk der- or I mean we know I I know like all the dialogue most of the of the cartoons so to me it was late as that's music to his ear demanding. I'm GonNa test me started do do you know what I was just watching it. The the other day and I just couldn't stop cracking up. My son was looking at me like I was out of my mind but Little Red Riding Hood which she turns out to we sing this around <music>. We walked singing that rather free. What a perfect part anyway? I mean you get to be silly when you're doing voiceovers started working a lot and that's how you know I was able to to grandma sixty guys for grandma big ice for so called refunding out that that was b-b-bend Sarah I grew up watching on camera very sedate. You know characters last burns and Georgian gracie's neighbor on the Brinson Allen show no she was the star of Petticoat junction. You really know all of this too hard anyway anyway so you got to do it now yes and then and then pound puppies pound poppy I said a and B. Yes and Rengo and and <hes> Oh a lot of them boy at Brandon Mister whiskers and I started doing a little almost you know these <hes> these little spots for you know nutrition attrition announces for Health Health Announcements for children like bananas GimMe Energy just when I need for soccer so like like a little boy little Athena boy running around in fact yeah I remember this when when you reference Pamela Avalon a little one that is those who don't know Nabi Hill she was Bobby Hill on the hill why because they realized that if they hired a real twelve or thirteen year old boy his voice would change at some point yes and it was much more reliable right to hire an adult to do that voice and then they could always do that right. It is played by a girl yes so you were Rivera. Manny Rivera an Ebay for a long time and that was sort of my first big thing where I was you know playing you. You know the lead on this little on this this little Sean nickelodeon playing this little boy and I just I couldn't believe how fun it was. That was back in the days where all the voice over actors would be in one studio the acting what what a fun Gig you can wear your P._J.'s to work. It is awesome yeah and that's like like doing a radio show. There's an ensemble. There's whereas feature film we've been doing a lot of time quite a few lovely. The voice folks on films. They generally record you separately. Individually which I'm sure has its benefits right production. It's good for them. It's a very solitary but it's Scott Bueller tougher for you. I was worse sure now for those who don't know you are the matriarch in cocoa. That is a heck of a role. Oh that was so much fun it was it was just another audition because nowadays you can record your additions on your I phone right <hes> you can record it. Trial changed yeah that's right and when they had sent me the audition I read it and of course you know it's like Fort Knox at Pixar very very very secretive about what they're you know presenting sure and and so I assumed that why is this woman mad about her photo not being on an old friend but she had the D._M._v.. I don't understand just I think she's upset that she said the D._N._B.. Or something I was reading a lot of my my husband was in the other room and he heard me and it took him hearing what the dialogue wasn't he came in. He was like Alana. She's dead a she's dead. It's he was like it's almost like beetlejuice. Yeah I think she maybe she doesn't realize she's dead or something but yeah I think this is this. This might be a day of the dead. Movie is not going to be entered out today. That movie David that yeah that there's a lot of fun and that movie means a lot. Mike God who a lot of and I'm sure that you're Hispanic family. All over the place is thrilled. Unbelievable says it broke all kinds of records in Mexico. It was yeah you became the number one movie and yeah in in Mexican history to be made it was it really did tug on everyone's heart strings and I think it was just it was at such a perfect time obviously because we were you know obviously unfortunately <hes> we've been under such <hes> scrutiny these past couple of years and and for us to to to to have a movie that finally shines the light on the sophistication of the culture is so important because very many very few people know it. It's not just about sugar skulls and it's not just sugar a whole meaning and it's already work with Gutierrez. Yes Rivera who made book of life that was a movie about yes there you go and that was about mass that was just a masterpiece and I think what cocoa did was. It brought everyone could relate to it because it was all about the importance of family and being members sure and everyone's biggest fear do I think is to be forgotten so <hes> that it really did touch a lot of people I'm so proud of them being raised with a Salvadorian Mumia which is why he's mommy does he <hes> defying Sandal bit. Oh yeah the junk lead Jangling Iowa's honest yeah on the floor laughing so hard I came home. I went to my mom and I was like you have to see this movie. You're GonNa die absolutely the Sandal. You had to be afraid really God yes. Oh I I love it. I love it there. I'm thrilled ear in it and especially as I say for your family that gets to be something very <hes> especial so special over absolutely and something I could show my my son absolutely there's another one where we're talking about. These these roles that differ generations and depending on how old you are. That's a big deal and that's going to be a movie where when someone's twenty or thirty they go. Oh God that was my favorite film growing up. I loved it so much. That's how they know. Yeah Yeah Yeah our wild. It's it's something speaking of recognition. You have been on a number T._V. T._v.. Show guest stars innumerable TV series but as regular <hes> characters recurring characters sure you've been on a number of right now. You're on euphoria before he out which is big deal. Getting a lot of you. Were on girlfriends guide to divorce. Yes well for several years. I mean so when you're on T._v.. Show that's kind of hot. Do People's recognize recognize you at the grocery store at the gas station..
"scott bueller" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"It's one of those things that, that, you know, maybe some young people can learn from, they had a I was living out, west still working for the Redskins that's spring. And there was a pro workout for a wide receiver from candidate Martinho Richter, and it was up in Salt Lake in, because I was on the west coast. It was cheaper to fly me up from Phoenix, and send someone from DC. So I go up to that workout. And you know, I'm just like any young guy. I'm just looking to do anything. I'm doing his height of doing his weight. I'm you know, you know measuring off the forty I'm doing basically doing my best to help run this pro day. And I was real Scott bueller. He happened to be at that workout there that day and he just took a mental note if this young guy from the Redskins. Going around trying to get stuff done. And so when Jason light, walk down the hallway and said, hey, I've got a guy that, you know, looking for our west coast job, he said, who is it? And Jason said Jim Nagy and Scott like, Yup. I remember that guy from the, the Mark Boal Richter pro day. Let's bring him in. So it was I was really lucky. That's got there that day or he wouldn't have known who I was. So it's just is one of those things you never know who's watching you. When you when you're in the NFL, you can always make a good impression. That is unbelievable. You know what I remember the most about you, Jim? You probably don't remember this conversation. But I'll never forget you because I remember so I came into England and five and then they had some injuries. They signed me, and then oh, six I resigned there and I can't remember who it was. Oh, five. I wanna say it was the spring of. Oh, six probably before the draft. And you were probably in town for draft meetings. And yeah you were in the cafeteria. The patriots cafeteria, and so was I and we kind of looked at each other, and I knew you look familiar, but I didn't really remember your name players don't interact with scouts very much certainly not college outs. But I think maybe you recognize me or something. So I knew I recognize you. I just know your name, so we started talking and do you remember what you introduced me to that. I never heard of before. I do. Remember our conversation by don't remember that. I do I do remember running into you. But I don't remember what you're what you're what you bring it up. Now you were the first person that ever told me about pro football talk dot com. Really? Yeah. We were talking about something, and I was just getting my information from KF L. And we might have been talking about something about the Redskins or the draft or whatever. And you said where do you get your information from mice fell? And I said an and you said, have you ever looked at pro football talk dot com. I said, no, I never heard of it. And you said you should check it out, and I remember you saying that I hear that there are some owners that, that's the first thing they read when they wake up in the morning. And I remember thinking. Wow. Okay. So I started reading pro football talk, Dan. And obviously never stopped. It's become a behemoth and really big deal. But I remember you're that I never heard of it. So you mentioned it to me. That's funny, brought up. K F L that used to be an awesome sight as well. I go to that every day. But you've got unbelievable memory Ross. That's, that's incredible. Yeah. My wife would disagree, but yeah, I do. I don't know why. But I always remember, you, you tell me that. All right. So so then you work with a bunch of different teams. For eighteen years now you're with the senior bowl and I'll get into part two next week, specifically the senior bowl stuff, but the one thing I did want to ask you in part one, which is more about you is why, why the senior bowl why why this job and why this job now. It was just way too good of an opportunity to, to. We vetted mobile my family spending mobile for twelve years now..
"scott bueller" Discussed on The NFL Show
"I mean, and I'm not talking about this for dead, doc destination. But if they keep billing where they are what happens to Tennessee. If Mario doesn't perform extra because I think next year. Yeah. Exactly absolutely move on you start to think about it. And the thing with him though, is he's not been put in a position to succeed. I mean leflore gets hired away. You you're. Learning another new offense next year. It's just been he has been given. No shots to be the best version of himself. I agree. I'm just saying in general, you know, that that that's one team to keep an eye on. And adding tap is another good one because you have a new head coach there now, I assume if they don't perform very well this year, the GM might be gone. So you're looking at some more change there. Yeah. It could be the seats at the table. There could be money more of them next year than there are right now, we'll give that to you. I have some more points. But what's your number one thing that's jumped out to see this week? I think it's probably just the idea that free agency is going to be really boring because a lot of the bigger names, we already either probably know where they're going or they're not even gonna hit. The Brandon Graham Brennan grad is the latest Brandon Graham, by the way, would not be an exciting free agent. But that shows you how unexciting for Asians because all the top four pass rushers are going to get franchised or they're going to well Justin Houston on being on a trade market. Is a nice little Easter egg for his all what do we think about Justin Houston right now? I think that if I were Kansas City, I'd be very weary about starting to dismantle the strength of your weird bad defense at but if you're another team, I mean, this is a guy who's what thirty thirty one years old. He is thirty just turned thirty just turned thirty has a very checkered injury history has not been able to stay on the field was fine last season. But was definitely the third most valuable player on that front. Nine sacks and twelve games. He was fun. He was but I think there are a lot. There's a lot of attention being paid to the other two players on that too. Chris Johns and deferred. Yes. So that that's where I'm at. I I feel like there's a reason that the chiefs are likely going to franchise deformed Ford in Justin Houston's on the tray book. I I agree. And obviously he makes big money. He's in the fifth year of his six year deal. He had record market setting contract when he signed it. He did. So if I'm I don't know what his trademark it is. I don't know if any teams he's not he's. He's worth a lot of money. He is a a lot of money. And I just don't know he's not an elite elite guy. So I don't know what you're gonna get for them. I don't know what you could get it from other. I would not trade for him at the price. He's at right now. So his cap it at this very moment. His base salary is fifteen point two five million dollars. So that's what you'd be the chiefs are on on the hook for the signing bonus. So you pay fifteen this year seventeen next year with very little of a guaranteed. So I guess that's somewhat palatable. I can understand that. If you get that for a second round pick. Would you do it? If you're the Browns or the chiefs, just really suppose trades to the Browns and the colts in the chief. But those are the teams that probably would be aggressive in this scenario. I probably wouldn't. I mean, that's John. If it's the Browns at John Dorsey thing how much John Dorsey love Justin, Houston, even though Scott. Bueller drafted officer. John Dorsey was there. I don't know. I mean that that's the Justin who's Yusen trademark. It is very interesting to me..
"scott bueller" Discussed on KOMO
"The importance of Tuesday's midterm election. Not lost on President Trump rallying in Tennessee tonight. This is really one of the most important election that we will ever have the privilege of voting in and for this is a big one ABC's tariff L Mary on the campaign trail rather than saying the migrants present an imminent threat because you look at watch marching up, that's an invasion. That's not that's an invasion and the Trump friendly state of Georgia voter immigration their top issue. Need a wall? Aw. But in today's ABC news poll, it comes up for the economy and healthcare. Some questioning why isn't talking more about the thriving economy by poll showing Democrats are likely to take the house and Republicans maintain Senate control? We're learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's deadly attack on a Tallahassee yoga studio. Six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Dr Nancy van Besson was a faculty member. In more Brinkley was a student had reportedly earned academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America police are still trying to figure out a motive the shooter forty year old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time as a high school teacher barely who took his own life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women ABC's Zachary quiche, a Florida teenager, charged with first degree murder in the strangulation death of his mother, Volusia county sheriff's office says the fifteen year old. Killed gale Cleveland. Your after an argument over school grades sheriff's deputy surgeon AJ berry says he questioned the teenager for hours before he admitted to killing his mother very proud of what he did. He wanted me to go to the crime scene and the house and admire his work the teen arrested Saturday morning after the mother's body was found buried at a neighborhood church..
"scott bueller" Discussed on WTVN
"Trump's rallying in Tennessee tonight. This is really one of the most important election said we will ever have the privilege of voting in and for this is a big one ABC's tariff home Mary on the campaign trail, saying the migrants present an imminent threat because you look at what's marching up. That's an invasion. That's not that's an invasion. The Trump friendly state of Georgia voter immigration is their top issue wall. We need. But in today's ABC news poll, it comes at the economy and healthcare some questioning why isn't talking more about the thriving economy by poll, showing Democrats likely to take the house and Republicans maintained Senate control. We're learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's deadly attack on a Tallahassee yoga studio. Six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Dr Nancy van vessel was a faculty member. In more Brinkley was a student had reportedly earned an academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America police are still trying to figure out a motive the shooter forty year old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time as a high school teacher barely who took his own life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women ABC's Zachary quiche, a Florida teenager, charged with first degree murder in the strangulation death of his mother, Volusia county sheriff's office says the fifteen year old killed gale your. After an argument over school grades sheriff's deputy Serjeant AJ berry says he questioned the teenager for hours before he admitted to killing his mother very proud of.
"scott bueller" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Privilege of voting in and for this is a big one ABC's tariff. Oh, Mary on the campaign trail, president saying the migrants present an imminent threat. Because you look you watch marching up that's an invasion. That's not that's an invasion. The Trump the state of Georgia voter immigration their top issue. We need. But in today's ABC news poll, it comes up for the economy and healthcare some questioning why isn't talking more about the thriving economy, but polls showing Democrats likely to take the house and Republicans maintained Senate control. We're learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's deadly attack on a Tallahassee yoga studios. Six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Dr Nancy van Velzen was a faculty member and more Brinkley was a student had reportedly earned an academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America police are still trying to figure out a motive the shooter forty year old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time as a high school teacher. Verily who took his own life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women ABC's Zachary quiche, a Florida teenager, charged with first degree murder in the strangulation death of his mother, Volusia county sheriff's office says the fifteen year old killed gale clevelander. After an argument over school grades sheriff's deputy surgeon AJ pug Leary says he questioned the teenager for hours before he admitted to killing his mother very proud of.
"scott bueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Shut down across New England today. The Massachusetts-based pizza franchise was founded in nineteen sixty one and up till today had boasted one hundred fifty stores across the region. WBZ news time four nineteen members of the Central American caravan heading to the US border have started arriving in Mexico's capital city. Reporter Alice driver in Mexico City says many in the caravan are not aware that security along the border is being. Stepped up one father who was traveling with his wife and three daughters said look on. I know that Trump doesn't like it with Brown skin. But I'm much more afraid of hunger and violence than I am a requesting asylum at the US order the day's hike is one of the longest yet as the exhausted travelers are trying to make progress any way they can to the US border still hundreds of miles away. WBZ news time for twenty U N officials and volunteers from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent are providing aid to children in desperate need of help. It's the first help since January to reach thousands in a remote camp for the displaced on Syria's border with Jordan resident said that humanitarian from international organizations entered that desolate camp for the first time since it was three years ago when any fifty thousand have been stranded in limbo UN wilt feed program specs denial custody set the camp in southern Syria has been in dining debate for a long time fifty thousand people living in. Doc band camp have been surviving. Dismal conditions at the camp is in a rocky, very harsh desert location. People don't have access to food medicines. Water the UN Saturday deliveries continue up to food as describing the conditions in the campus. Critical with reported shortages of basic, commodities protection, concerns and increasing violence. I'm cantona's. WBZ news time four twenty one. We're learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's deadly attack on a Tallahassee Florida yoga studio when police say a forty year old man walked into the building with a duffel bag pulled out a gun and opened fire. ABC's Zachary crease reports six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Doctrine, Nancy van Velzen was a faculty member. In more Brinkley was a student more had reportedly earned an academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America police are still trying to figure out a motive the shooter forty year old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time as a high school teacher barely who took his own life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women. Barely bragged about his hatred of women and videos, he posted on YouTube and made homophobic and racist comments. Elsewhere online YouTube videos were taken down after BuzzFeed posted a story about them. A string of deadly storms brings death and destruction to parts of southern Italy have killed twelve people on the southern Italian of Sicily nine of them from the same family. Prime minister Giuseppe Picone immediately, flew by helicopter to the devastated area city mourning was proclaimed for today and tomorrow in the Sicilian capital Palermo, Italy has been hit by a series of deadly storms this past week that have claimed more than thirty lines Sabina castle. Franken CBS news. Local local state and federal every race election-night coverage Tuesday night on WBZ NewsRadio and the iheartradio app. WBZ news time, four twenty three traffic.
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"Here's Dave swan, cloudy skies and forty nine at O'Hare election day two days away and a poll by Langer research associates for ABC news shows healthcare and the economy topping the issues. Those polled picked Republicans by eight points to handle the economy, but the polls show Democrats are preferred by sixteen points for healthcare with an overall advantage there twelve hundred fifty people were pulled in these results have three and a half point margin of error. President President Trump is crisscrossing the country stumping for GOP candidates this weekend. Democrats relying on former President Obama also entertainers like Jimmy Buffett. The former president will be in Gary and Chicago today. Holding of various rallies Democrats are counting on winning the US House Republicans haven't given up and they're optimistic. They can gain seats in the Senate Chicago police are looking for three men in connection with a home invasion on the south side last night. It happened around midnight in the fifty four hundred block of south Damon already say the three broke into the home stabbed the fifty six year old man, it's at the house on fire. The man is in stable condition. The woman and another man has gaped unharmed. We're learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's attack on Tallahassee yoga studio when police say a forty year old man walked into the studio with a duffel bag pulled out a gun and opened fire ABC's Zachary quiche reports six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Dr Nancy van Besson was a faculty member. In more Brinkley was a student more had reportedly earned an academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America. Please are still. Trying to figure out a motive the shooter forty year old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time is a high school teacher barely who took his own. Life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women three girls scouts and one adult were killed when a truck veered off the road in central Wisconsin yesterday, they were picking up trash along a roadway in lake hallie, Wisconsin, that's a little over ninety miles east of Minneapolis the drunk driver of the truck driver turned himself in he faces four counts of homicide through negligent use of a vehicle. Do you need a way to get to the polls election day divvy is offering free rides on the election day marketing director Lindsay silk. Criminal says twenty nine percent of young Americans said the transportation was a reason they did not vote in the election in two thousand sixteen is actually one of the reasons why people did not get the bowl because they just had no way to get there. So..
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"At eight o'clock. It's forty six degrees. Wind advisory from nine until six today. The lakeshore counties showers at times, and those winds could be gusting over forty miles per hour. Highs around fifty today for the WTMJ breaking news center, rusty Mellberg, lake Halley. Police continue to investigate a hit and run accident that killed three girl scouts and one woman while they were picking up trash on the side of a western Wisconsin road Saturday morning. The department seeing the driver of the pickup truck did flee the scene, but later turned himself in a fourth girl was also struck and is still in critical condition. The girls all attend elementary schools in the falls school district district. Officials say they will have additional counselors on hand when classes resume Monday was bent police continuing to investigate a deadly accident after a vehicle crashed into a school building Saturday. The twenty one year old west bend driver was found slumped over an unresponsive after he struck a good shepherd school, and he died at the scene. No one was in the building at the time of the accident. But damage was extensive where the vehicle struck it. We are learning more about the victims and the gunman in Friday night's deadly attack on Tallahassee yoga studio, where police say a forty year old man walked into the studio with a duffel bag pulled out a gun and opened fire ABC's Zachary Kayce reports six people were shot in two women were killed in the attack. Dr Nancy van Besson was the faculty member in more Brinkley was a student Moorhead reportedly earned an academic scholarship to FSU and was interested in joining teach for America police are still trying to figure out a motive the shooter old Scott bueller was a military vet who worked for a short time is a high school teacher barely who took his own. Life was twice charged in the past with battery after allegedly groping women the United States and South Korea will begin small-scale military drills on Monday, the resumption comes after Pyongyang frightened to restart work on its nuclear program. If international pressure does not ease North Korea expert, Gordon Chang thinks the resolve. Action is a good thing. This might even have a beneficial effect because it signals to the North Koreans that the patients of the United States is over. Every candidate on the ballot are making their final campaign push before next Tuesday's election day as racist. Come to a close poll numbers are being released and day to day. Those numbers fluctuate political analyst Charlie Sykes says this is this is especially the case in the race between Scott Walker Tony poll the week before all those elections showed that he was a head. So now, we have this Marquette full, which is one of the polls that show that he's actually even sites was a guest with WTMJ Scott Boris Saturday after a heartbreaking loss to the Rams a week ago. The Packers around the east coast tonight for a primetime matchup against Tom Brady and the patriots after a heartbreaking loss to the Rams last week Sunday the test does not get any easier for the Packers tonight in Foxborough against the patriots. We one big games like this. We've one big games on national TV like this at three three and won. The Packers are chasing. Both the Vikings and the bears for the NFC north division lead. Aaron Rogers believes the time is now to step on the gas. And that's what we need right now in this stretch. We need to have one of those signature wins. Midseason the patriots. Enter tonight's game. Having won five straight. Greg. Matzek? WTMJ sports are Packers. Coverage begins with Doug Russell's opening drive this afternoon at four sports, traffic and weather next WTMJ news time eight oh three..
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