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"seventeen tons" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Thousand three divisional round at home against the green bay. Packers fredericks comes in clutch. The you know one of the biggest catches a maybe one of the few catches he's ever made but certainly the biggest again a gutsy thorough by mcnabb and a double coverage and for pixel that i am the eagles go cup of clutch performances. David akers eggers ties up. Eagles go to overtime brett farve. Who's might be like one of the most overrated players of all time firs that absolute doc up in the air in overtime as if he was playing street football on fourth. Down your throw up. You can throw a hail mary. And wherever the ball lands. That counts punters. That's what it looked like dawkins fixed off. You'll go down the field acres another kick eagles when i think we forget because of how will we work for. David akers for nearly a decade or about a decade that. You can't take kicking for granted he was clark. She was automatic. He was amazing as an eagle and showing people should respect our notes. It's weird with a kicker but again a younger generation. Now we have jake elliott who again twenty seventeen tonnes success. But he's been up and down since then to know when kickers are doing well. You know you're lucky to have that. Because it's such a flimsy position number twelve. I have thursday football and twenty seventeen to eagles on the road down in carolina. They go in there. Carolina was still hype cam newton at won the mvp two years prior they had made the superbowl two years prior and that game obviously thursday. Football's on a national audience. Net felt the first time. Eagles were sending a message to the rest of the league. The put them on notice that this was a super bowl contender and that's the first game that year. After that thought man. This team could really make a run. They could go in the super bowl. They could win the super bowl. Doug peterson was super aggressive. That can go on fourth down going for two point versus michael hendricks and nigel brandon. Play the two of the best games ever seen. Eagles linebackers play fantastic game and as a game. It was awesome number eleven. We have two thousand four week. One against the giants at home at lincoln financial field. Terrell owens first game as filled up eat was goes offer eight catches sixty eight yards and three touchdowns doing all his dances. In the end zone he was the prince that was promised coming year. The first great skill position players i rate wide our say they had brian westbrook but they had a hall of fame talent at wide receiver for the first time during the any reading don mcnabb era and we thought that was gonna be again the beginning of this. Oh my god. We're going to win the super bowl this year. It was that feeling automatically. One obviously is one of the best seasons in eagles history but they come up short in this your bow but i will say te'o played as injured as he was played absolutely incredible in that super bowl halfway point. We're at number ten snowball two thousand thirteen crazy atmosphere that game. I didn't go to that game in a season ticket holder. i couldn't go Had like a paper in greek history class. That was like way. Redoing extension was due the next day. So i won't go to the game like stay at home and like try to work on it while watching the obviously don't do the paper at all watch the game and up during the paper and finishing at like four o'clock in the morning and getting like i don't know like a b. plus or something pulling it out of my i don't know i don't know curses i conceal here. Sometimes anyway you there's couple iconic images that game is shawn mccoy job up in the snow you that the game sealing play were brent south is slotting through the snow just one of those Gonna flash ballgame where everyone remembers where they were for that game iconic show before we had the best rushing performance near the best performed by skill position player in eagles. History that day just absolutely incredible. Electric had so much juice. Harvey wanna say. Get one of those games. That should be rethought my god. It's like a team of desi. This thing is going to do with. This is the beginning of this next grade. Eagles erin again. Didn't end up being that. You can't forget how awesome and how important felt in that specific mobile number nine. This might be a little bit lower than most people. And i understand you have it higher but just again this is a personal ranking doesn't for nfc championship game. The eagles get that devil off the back. They had lost in the nfc championship game. The three years prior the home. They beat the falcons. They go to the super bowl for the first time since nineteen eighty. I remember don mcnabb's holding up nfc championship and its champion trophy. That had adele filled up. The big polar that was hanging up on my bedroom wall was up there for years knows a huge snowstorm in philly the day before out there playing touch football my friends in the snow diving everywhere airplane toplitz now who knows but having a blast and it's actually see them for the first time. Megan that super bowl was just unbelievable. Man on unbelievable. What i dream in my whole life and then you know they don't win that game and they because they don't win this your bullets a little lower my list. But i don't know my list. I don't care number eight. We have the monday night massacre and twenty ten at washington. I play eighty eight yard. Play action bomb from michael. Vick to sean jackson. They go up. What with less than ten seconds in to the second quarter up thirty five not just absolutely trashed and mcnabb was the quarterback for washington which made a lot of funny moments. That was his first season out of philadelphia. Dozen nine was his last season as an eagle Just completely demolished demolish them. And i don't know the next time. The eagles are gonna play a washington. Monday night football. They played them Like i was saying in. Was that that first. Chip kelly game was my knife up all night up all The houdini game with wins and twenty seventeen against washington. That's game. I could have one year but i don't have it You know that was a my night football game so next time. Eagles washington monday football. Something crazy happened in the usa routing number said and we have a double joint game a high pressure environment eagles on the road. There on this magical. Ron they pull off this this upset win and you think again they'd be. Oh my god we going to do this. The double joint. No one of the most iconic things that live on and philadelphia lure full of eagles lore mythology. Not now everyone say al. Michaels has that great call..
"seventeen tons" Discussed on The World at Large
"Everything you need to make a podcast in one place. I recommended sodas ian yet while you know who else hates being sanctioned the geno as well and while the story is not about the ancient city state of genoa. Genoa is in fact. It history hate being sanctioned. i mean they had. They had control of stuff in the top of the black sea all the way to the city tinge no i mean if you sanction them how are they gonna move stuff between their empire anyways on different we're not talking about that talking about northwestern italy. It just happens to be near to know. It's the closest major city. It what happened is a cemetery collapsed due to landslide. You might be saying. Oh a cemetery collapse nice well. This is a big deal one. Because i think it's a big deal because it's a cemetery in general but the bigger stories that it was the come Camogli cemetery this bill. Over one hundred years ago it was built on the rocky cliffs of the italian coast and therefore when the landslide happened over two hundred coffins actually tumbled into the osha in two chapels also collapse as well the entire cliff. It was just having a bad day collapse in so conferences all over the ocean. And that's why it's a huge deal. Because i don't think i've ever seen this lifetime And so francisco all lavar. Who's the mayor of Comal glee a. He said that this was quote catastrophe and he went on to say this quote. We were doing work on a portion of the rocky coast. It was close to the area that fell today. This type of collapse that happened today is very hard to detect or to predict all and he said he went on to say this this area subject to this type of collapse. It's very fragile. He knew he knew is fragile. But problem is all these. Coffins are in the ocean now. So what happens. Well the port authority in genoa. The so there's been police have been called the military has been called. Everyone's just been scrambling to get these coffins up they kind of like a wall of ships Around around like where. The spill happened to try to prevent the conference flowing into the mediterranean. Who's not be awkward. If you're a fisherman and saw coffin now he a bad omen fishermen are very superstitious lot. Yeah so why. Not superstitious fishermen. I know so many anyways. Enes clearly expert on superstitious fishermen. It's a common known fact. That fishermen are superstitious. Don't understand why you have to dig into every talk about the call lifting sanctions. Okay okay. anyways The the point of this story is that It wasn't clear that this was going to happen. Everyone knew that the cliff was fragile but coffins. Coming out of the side of the mountain out. That is pretty big. And so as i was saying earlier the the navy has been deployed in ships have been deployed to stop the coffins. From actually coming you know flooding is the ocean but as of now not even half of them have been retrieved only like fifteen of them have actually been brought to the mainland. Because it's a it's a huge pile into landslide. That's what happened in. The landslide is just a tire piece of the earth. Just a false of and so when you have a piece of earth falling. It's it's kind of like when you Late if this house collapsed right. I'm inside like a house. Right now with ian wright and let's see the entire house collapsed and i was outside like i'm like i'm like outside on the street and the house collapses ian still in here i can find it but the there's a bunch of like rubble and it's the stuff everywhere i mean i'm not gonna find a means gonna crush by all the all the stuff that falls on his head for the house that falls on him and the problem is i'm not gonna fight him. It's gonna take me a while to find him. I'm you might be like a coffin stands out but when there's so much stuff on top of the coffins is difficult and so that's why over two hundred left. The cemetery only found like fifteen is. There's so much to dig through our. I mean i think i stand out. That's what so my momma says you stand out. Get them well ian you. I'm glad you're bomb tells you that but you don't i know i'm sorry but anyways the that that's that's so that's why it's taken salon. So maintenance was actually being performed on the rocks in the days leading up to this collapse but it was halted when cracks were noticed. It started to be little holes in the wall and people started to realize. Wait we. Maybe maybe we should stop digging here. I don't know So they stopped the maintenance and a few days later. This happened so Nice of Big mistake don't let that happen guys if you're ever maintaining In a cemetery has what it by the ocean as well by ocean yet to make. Sure if you're gonna do that it doesn't collapse my god. It's probably so easy. I mean. I absolutely nothing. No i got to maintain the cemetery expert about the gravestones birth. Anyway let's move onto a story about cocaine. Every few months we do a story about cocaine i just i just love these stories. It's pretty funny but this is a huge now is so cocaine dot confiscated. But how much will the. There's three different stories In the first one is at seventeen point six tons or sixteen metric tons of cocaine were found guys sixteen tons seventeen tonnes really if in american tons. That's a lot. That's what that's a lotta coke us. It's like two three. Maybe seven seventeen tons and it was uncovered in the city of hamburg. Which is german port city. It's a port city in germany. I'm so it'd be shipped all the way from paraguay and south america. I'm which call me surprised but anyways Just had to say that i'm so some ship from there and it being directly from paraguay of his. Why there is. There's there's a flak brought on the stuff. It's hard to ship and stuff from that continent because there's a lot of drugs that flow into europe from a part of the world in according to customs the customs office in hamburg. This was one of the biggest catches in the history of europe and the world. Like i said it's usually two to three business Seventeen tonnes rounded up to eight really. And that's why it's a huge deal and the shipment was supposed to be a lot of putty so all these people. They have all their strategies on how to get cocaine into the country. Sometimes i'll put it inside a box. Sometimes they'll put it in their mouth in their pants and we all have. We all have strategies on how to import cocaine and these people fought putty cans Kind of like plato. yeah So luck buddy. I'm i'm really mad right now. That all these german scene and get the potty. They asked for said they got cocaine. We'll there was somebody thing is gonna fix it like moat. It's mostly piney is mostly pipe within their some cocaine. It's just a little bit see some german school. Children usually the putty cancer dispute so gross and smelly stuff especially putty stuff gets sturdy and imagine that yeah the only even more hyperactive..
"seventeen tons" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews
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"seventeen tons" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The corona virus pandemic has sent off another problem clog sewers some items now being used to try to stop the spread of the virus are not showing up in the trash but in sewage systems when Reagan's is with W. SSE water near Washington DC we've seen an increase of seventeen tons of white face masks and gloves are also being tossed into the toilet at Beale Air Force base in California squadron that usually deals with weaponry disposal has been yanking white from the bases plumbing I'm a Donahue the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced the nomination of a thirty eight year old judge an ally of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell the serve on a federal appeals court the party line vote twelve to ten sets the stage for Justin Walker is likely confirmation in the GOP controlled Senate Walker is a protege of both McConnell and Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh breaking news and analysis townhall dot com I'm Rhonda Rashtra on Monday house Democrats plan to introduce wide ranging legislation designed to combat racial inequalities in the criminal justice system the much awaited package currently being crafted by members of the congressional black caucus which provisions designed to eliminate racial profiling rain in the excessive use of police force and repeal the so called qualified immunity doctrine for law enforcers which protect individual officers from lawsuits over actions they perform on duty democratic leaders have sought input from rank and file members in recent days on whether the house should respond to the death of George Floyd in police custody by pushing a sweeping reform package or dropping a piecemeal approach plus he said Thursday they landed on the latter Bernie Bennett in Washington nearly one point nine million people applied for unemployment benefits last week evidence many employers still cutting jobs even as the gradual reopening of businesses slowed the pace of layoffs total number of people receiving jobless benefits rose slightly.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on AP News
"News online to McGuire a memorial service for George Floyd is set for today in Minneapolis also today the four former Minneapolis police officers charged employees death will be in court Minnesota governor Tim Walz says Floyd's family is in the city and this will be a day of mourning and celebration of George Floyd's life but I think it's critically important for them to see and and for Minnesotans to display to them that there's there's another side to us into this state that that they did not see last Monday night the three Georgia man charged with murder months after the fatal shooting of but our break appear by video link today from jail for their probable cause hearing all three remained in the Glynn county Georgia jail a different judge will decide whether to allow them to go free on bond overnight protests were mostly peaceful around the country but in New York a police officer on anti looting patrol of Brooklyn was stabbed in the neck president trump told newsmax a federal help is available to the cities New York is disaster what's going on in New York and we could help them a lot they have to ask if they don't get it straightened out soon I'll take care of it a navy veteran has been released after nearly two years in custody in Iran Michael white's mother says the nightmare is over U. S. officials say white left Iran on a Swiss government aircraft and will head home from Zurich he was detained in twenty eighteen while visiting a woman he met online white was sentenced to ten years in prison last year after Iran convicted him of insulting its supreme leader and posting private information online his release as part of a deal involving a Ronnie an American doctor the justice department prosecuted soccer make ani Washington heading into the afternoon trading on Wall Street the Dow was down ten points the nasdaq is dropped fifty four the S. and P. is off nine this is a P. news water is sewer services across the country say people have to stop flushing wipes being used during the corona virus pandemic the AP said Donahue has details some items now being used to try to stop the spread of the virus are not showing up in the trash but in sewage systems when Reagan's is with W. SSE water near Washington DC we've seen an increase of seventeen tons of white face masks and gloves are also being tossed into the toilet the packaging on a lot of white says flushable well sure they're flexible your child can flush their toy down the toilet but you should be aware for space in California squadron that usually deals with weaponry disposal has been yanking wipes from the bases plumbing when Reagan's message there's three things that should go in the toilet he and paper which is toilet paper keep the white out of the night I'm a Donahue I'm Jim McGuire AP news thank you.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of the president's newer tweets with the four o'clock report on Sean Gallagher breaking now as the White House introduce its plan to phase in the re opening up parts of the economy starting in may Thursday the president said it would be up to the governors to make the call but his tweets on Friday but a few states sent a different message more from ABC news president trump encouraging protesters to keep demonstrating against stay at home orders state to state his Twitter page seems to suggest it president trump Hey don protesters defying stay at home orders in several states with democratic governors states that will be key to his reelection they seem to be protests is that like me Michigan's governor with a warning it's better to be six feet apart right now than six feet under hours later the president tweeting out liberate Michigan liberate Minnesota and Virginia A. B. C.'s which Johnson the coronavirus has erupted inside a juvenile detention center in Virginia twenty five kids testing positive at the Bonnier juvenile correctional center outside Richmond that's a quarter of all cases reported you facilities nationwide children's rights advocates and health experts have warned state officials for weeks it was just a matter of time before the virus took off inside juvenile jails I'm Derek Dennis ABC news now the latest traffic and weather together right now no new reports of any accidents or delays album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated seven with mostly sunny skies and tonight we'll see clouds return to the tri state as lows drop to the upper thirties for me should be weather station nine nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. 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W. ren are showing a cloudy sky our current temperature thirty five degrees news is a service of progressive insurance traffic reopens on a busy bridge in the tri state northern Kentucky's old fourth street bridge carries nearly fourteen thousand vehicles every day connecting Covington and Newport that vital span across the licking river was shut down to all traffic this past Tuesday after an inspection discovered corrosion and an iron beam fortunately it was re opened Friday but with limitations no trucks or buses are allowed and it's down to two lanes until emergency repairs are made that bridges eighty four years old now it's weight limit has been cut from seventeen tons to three times hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW it won't be a flip of a switch from Ohio starts to open back up but instead it will be a gradual process in multiple phases which reflects the White House guidelines released Thursday governor Mike DeWine Friday explaining some of what residents will see once the slow re opening begins staggered arrivals for employees it would be something you might see staggered lunch where not everybody is gathered together employees who can work from home will work from home he also says that businesses must follow safety guidelines will be encouraged to do a temperature check of employees before each shift the use of mass will still be recommended in the continue social distancing will be a part of the plan the one another officials in the state will be spending the weekend beginning work on a plan that would restart the economy over nine thousand one hundred people in Ohio now tested positive for the corona virus and four hundred eighteen of died Kentucky governor Andy Beshear Friday afternoon announced one hundred thirty four new cover nineteen cases and had to announce the latest Kentucky ends who have lost their lives on today I'm I'm sad to report we have eight new deaths we continue to lose people to this coronavirus it calms for and those that are and the most vulnerable populations to us let's make sure that we we light our houses of green again this year says nearly one thousand residents have recovered from the corona virus forty two more people died from the corona virus in Indiana that announced Friday bringing the state's total number of deaths to five hundred nineteen state health officials released new data on the hospitals the hospitalization rate of cover nineteen patients thirty five percent of them went to an emergency room of the hospitalized that number twenty five percent were transferred to the I. C. U. twenty percent of the patients are still hospitalized twelve percent of those who were hospitalized have died the average length of stay in the hospital for corona virus patients was nine point four days and the average stay in the I. C. U. was just over ten days there are now more than ten thousand cases of cover nineteen in Indiana for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information our next update is at four thirty I'm John Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. I heart media no small businesses across the country are facing new challenges during.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Way I don't know if he says that I mean I'm trying to be as a P. C. about this in the morning as possible I know we're still in a safe space but still I think you dump me if I said the other thing when you I would okay all right also in Tennessee what's going on in Tennessee but more than seventeen tons of Eminem's candy spilled onto an interstate ramp Friday near Knoxville which is where it was like a month ago why didn't it happen when I was there police say they responded to a tractor trailer on I. forty around that this rant called papermill Dr and police believe the driver swerved to miss hitting something but then plowed into a ditch and then the truck rolled over onto its passenger side and eat don't worry the driver side into that's why the stories okay but some rolls over on the on the passenger side but for whatever reason the way that it fell I guess spilled the candy out in thirty five thousand pounds of Eminem's spilled all over the place and we're not able to be salvaged except by all the people who drive by and picked up a handful and speaking of driving a rich mentioned the Cadillac escalade and it's thirty eight inch screen that's going to be on its dashboard here coming up well I gotta say I'm normally kind of tough on cars no I don't like to be I am not a big remake girl I like I watch TV shows from the sixties I started Dobie Gillis last night I mean I am old school and now you got the Seabees the Chevy suburban is getting a makeover for twenty twenty one I gotta say I'm totally good with this one all they did was kind of tweak the lines a little bit maybe make it a little more space AG if you want so if you're into something like that if you're into making it look a little bit more twenty twenty one inch then that's the one for you and I it's not as boxy it's not is rounded it's more pointed anyway so I'm I'm good with the new Chevy suburban and I'll I'll find a picture of it really fast you can see it and I think I think you'll like it it'll remind you of the new Ford explorers but just maybe a little more angular if that makes any sense so now that I'm talking now and saying this out loud great now we're gonna see these new Chevy suburbans which will make us think that they look like Ford explorers which will make them think that their CHP officers behind us Hey alright we come back we're gonna talk about what's going on in France we've got pension reform right it's that are taking place and these rights are so impactful powers being set off schools are being closed what Eiffel Tower workers are just walking off the job so more on that in just a moment with Tom rivers along with traffic on the fifty seven and your forecast on your wake up call want to financially secure retirement hi Rick Adelman here let me tell you how we do it here at home and.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"AM seven sixteen K. F. M. B.. the following items didn't make headlines but pull up a seat for odds and ends in the news with Jim Bohannon on the off beat. a survey by the website pay scale finds two out of three college grads regret their degrees the main reason the cost of college followed by a major in which you can get a decent job at sold out why the most unhappy college grads are humanities grads three quarters of whom are so thrilled about being the most literate but researchers at Starbucks the website rankers found the three most awkward movies to watch with your parents they are basic instinct only number three American pie second and the most awkward movie to watch with your parents fires wide shot what do you do with your tail light breaks if you're like one Denver man you come up with quite a bright idea although the police say it's only a temporary solution to tape in place a red colored bottle of Gatorade every now then we hear about some truck leaving a mess on the road but rarely do we hear what was recently dumped on westbound interstate six seventy in Kansas city a truckload of pig guts. far better would be what closed a stretch of German highway recently between Berlin and Hamburg seventeen tons of cocoa it was in Finland not long ago in the name of the competition tells you what was going on at the first ever heavy metal knitting at world championships most of the letters I know would be for into Lawrence Welk what constitutes free speech well burning an American flag seems to but the ninth US circuit court of appeals says serving coffee and pastries and G. strings does not the owner of the coffee stand chain hillbilly hotties is appealing and seven the reeds bikini barristers or less are also appealing but for now they may have to become tank top berries does have the city of Pascagoula Mississippi recently dedicated a historical marker in the light house park that's where in nineteen seventy three Charles takes them and Calvin Parker reported that they've been kidnapped aboard a UFO then released back on earth after a half hour of brainwashing hardly seems like there was enough time for the rent cycle the off beat I'm Jim Bohannon music's.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A seat for odds and ends in the news with Jim Bohannon on the off beat no. a survey by the website pay scale finds two out of three college grads regret their degrees the main reason the cost of college followed by a major in which you can get a decent job that sold out why the most unhappy college grads are humanities grads three quarters of whom are so thrilled about being the most literate but researchers at Starbucks the website ranker is found the three most awkward movies to watch with your parents they are basic instinct only number three American pie second in the most awkward movie to watch with your parents fires wide shot what do you do when your tail light breaks if you're like one Denver man you come up with quite a bright idea of all the police say it's only a temporary solution to tape in place a red colored bottle of Gatorade every now then we hear about some truck leaving a mess on the road but rarely do we hear what was recently dumped on westbound interstate six seventy in Kansas city a truckload of guts. far better would be what closed a stretch of German highway recently between Berlin at Homberg seventeen tons of cocoa it was in Finland not long ago in the name of the competition tells you what was going on at the first ever heavy metal knitting world championships most of the letters I know would be more into Lawrence Welk what constitutes free speech well burning an American flag seems to but the life US circuit court of appeals says serving coffee and pastries and G. strings does not the owner of the coffee stand chain hillbilly hotties is appealing and seventies Bettini barristers or less are also appealing but for now they may have to become tank top berries does have the city of Pascagoula Mississippi recently dedicated and historical marker in light house park that's where in nineteen seventy three Charles takes them and Calvin Parker reported that they had been kidnapped aboard a UFO then released back on earth after a half hour of brainwashing hardly seems like there was enough time for the rent cycle the off beat I'm Jim Bohannon music's.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on Q95
"The you know the favorites you don't of course in fact the smothers brothers just did a gig where your heart is yeah three days ago the card is zero Jeez stop at their famous bit was this is that they're doing this song this guy falls into a vat of chocolate and he yells fire and then of them Dickies why would the L. fired Tom because because no one's gonna come rescue me if I scream out chocolate yes sure it was does the reaction on the roof do you okay when I was when I was five years old but it was the funniest thing that ever the reason I'm doing this story about the fire in Germany no this isn't this but I'm saying is finally got another great but here's where it shouldn't that joke me I was in a fire and I yelled chocolate why did you yell chocolate so that because nobody's gonna come up I yell fire because people are afraid of fire love children let Jon exactly and now jump back production doesn't work all my words so this story involves not advantage chop it but it highways catches fire because seventeen tons of chalk or in this truck that gets ram yeah the fire occurred while the truck was on the A. fourteen Audubon near Grebo July fifteenth driver escaped without injury but all the coco was destroyed because of fire under investigation police said it was likely a technical death defect with the track all the jug with all the trouble they changed it to an auto Bon Bon that's a job that is it take that smothers brothers you have a song yeah I should put that Audubon joke in my song okay.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on Q95
"Yeah yeah buy a actual yeah roosters and frogs all the same anything you run a trace when they showed up so there is no run away rather than just ring this rooster's neck or shoot if they had to go to some college professor yes we're going to draft an ordinance in the city all what was that is the restricted are read it I have to let you know if anybody in this room got scratched by a rooster I would never stop laughing I saw it happen or if I saw a chicken packed in the she and I want to because I think I can my neighbors got chickens are I think I can have chickens and I got a place form and everything here's my question was chickens yeah not anymore yeah you know what happened kill them all Kylie killed them all the claims are having to just get tired of the barking the one out there right all all the chickens were that's wrong what's worse than coyotes as the raccoons eat them and so am I right Jeff the record yeah raccoons are forever as well some raccoons loose on this rooster they let their chickens out have you ever noticed this how do they know not to cross the road it's very funny yeah that's true so that this place this this one rooster is bothering this whole town yes in Arkansas they have a sign up there beware of **** with a little a line like that would be now if I said you know what you would look at me install all hold your room someone put that side in front of cabins but is it it's his birthday Scott Henry many many years in Hollywood I moved to Lexington Kentucky many many and you're getting married next you're looking for I you aren't super good shape I know that you used to be a very competitive boulder which go hand in hand but but not necessarily yeah yeah I thought like today's bowlers are in better shape than back in the day yeah it is still I mean it listen it's it's an athletic thing to do but I always you know I I I grew up wrestling in so many body issues and so now I can't even walk by the mayor I'm a crazy still would diet and I work out in the end I don't go crazy with it I do a forty five minute workout which is kind of all you need right first thirty minutes I spent untangling my headphones my heart rates up you know I do some light stretching it out the door what's working agree you look really great Hey I don't age at all gosh you've got that but the glasses on no he's got the Dick Clark thing yes on my god you guys wrong with you people a difficult you know Catherine for my birthday you know cat Catherine got me a Fitbit for my birthday which is kind of rude yeah yeah scale you know I don't when I get on the treadmill I know she's like what is your read when you're on the treadmill I'm like yeah let me do two things I hate at one what did you just call me we'll talk about the state of our relations make any man run right there now we have Christy we have Chris the newsdesk a stretch of highway in Germany was shut down after a truck carrying seventeen tons of chocolate caught fire yeah there with the guy that fell into a vat of chocolate yeah drowned real it was delicious but it reminded me of the famous Bayview member the smothers brothers I'm leaving no there's a famous smothers brothers.
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"Says if you don't like drug policies go back to where you came from well it turns out that a majority of Americans don't like six so maybe he should go back to work from Durban says trumps ongoing attacks a reprehensible and racist one of those women he referred to Alexandria Ocasio Cortez told Sky News trump seize power in being decisive I think there's a strategy to divide the country because the more this country is divided the more he benefits from we will soon swiftly that fell today from the American civil liberties union after president trump vowed to end asylum protections for most central American migrants who cross the U. S. southern border migrants who failed to apply for protection from persecution or torture well in a third country before entering the U. S. would be ineligible for asylum the ACLU and other critics say the administration's rule is unlawful the acting chief of citizenship and immigration services Ken Cuccinelli blames lawmakers for not doing enough even as Republicans control the Senate I think that the present United States should be doing what he is in the immigration space and that is and focusing on trying to fix an obviously broken system when we look at the border when he's getting almost no help from Congress the acting secretary of homeland security Kevin Matalin said in a statement that asylum is a discretionary benefit to Jeffrey up scenes accusers have spoken at his bail hearing Courtney wild said today in Manhattan federal court that she was abused by the wealthy financier in Palm Beach Florida starting at age fourteen any farmer says she was sixteen when she had the misfortune of meeting F. Steen he says he behaved inappropriately she declined to give details the judge says he'll make his bail decision known on Thursday German authorities say a busy stretch of the auto bond between Berlin and Hamburg had to be shut down today after a truck caught fire nobody was hurt seventeen tons of cocoa went up in flames oh the humanity global news twenty four.
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"The fights new sex trafficking charges in New York prosecutors say they've heard from more apps scene accusers and fear that he is a flight risk the judge may issue a decision on Thursday at last check on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average was up six points to twenty seven thousand three hundred thirty eight the nasdaq is also a thirteen point since the open it's at eighty two fifty seven the SNP's off slightly at three thousand thirteen this is NPR news well there's a hint of chocolate in the air on the German autobahn that could be the truck full of cocoa on fire local police suspect a mechanical issue because the truck hearing seventeen tons of cocoa to catch fire somewhere between Berlin and Hamburg today the driver made it out okay but the cocoa didn't make it the portion of the autobahn was temporarily shut down the fire reportedly because hundreds of thousands of euros in damage Alan Turing the British codebreaker and computer pioneer will grace the new fifty pound note according to the bank of England NPR's Frank Lankford has that story from London the Turing was a brilliant and tragic figure who made ground breaking contributions to the development of computers and artificial intelligence during World War two he worked at Bletchley Park north of London where he developed his famous bomb machine which helped break the **** enigma codes which allowed the British navy to locate and sing German ships and save allied convoys but in nineteen fifty two Turing was convicted of gross indecency for having an affair with a nineteen year old man and two years later Turing took his own life in two thousand and thirteen Turing was given a posthumous royal pardon then became known to a new generation through the two thousand fourteen film the imitation game starring Benedict Cumberbatch Franklinton NPR news London U. S. stocks are slightly makes this hour the Dow is up eight point said twenty seven thousand three hundred thirty nine nasdaq is also up fourteen points the S. and P..
"seventeen tons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Little changed the ten year is up the thirty seconds with the two point zero nine percent West Texas intermediate is now down eight tenths of a percent after starting the day in the green it's fifty nine seventy of beryl comics gold is up to ten percent fourteen thirteen seventy announced the dollar yen one of seven ninety the euro dollar twelve fifty nine of the bridge has about twenty five twenty that is your Bloomberg business flash time now for us to take a look at the market drivers report with Dave Wilson and Dave I talked about West Texas intermediate turning down eight tenths of a percent that seems to forced energy into taking the lead down for the S. and P. absolutely Greg though I will say it's kind of going that connect at this point with the financial stocks were hurt by the results out of city group you're looking now at seven of the eleven main industry categories in the S. and P. five hundred lower for higher biggest gains though healthcare realestate less than a quarter of a percent at the moment Hey you got three stocks down the S. and P. five hundred for every two that are up steepest decline in the index by far below to sign man tacked down more than thirteen percent may with the matter said the key security software maker and would be buyer Broadcom and the takeover talks because the two sides couldn't agree on a price brought come by the way is up one point two percent container board makers are lower after being cut to the quick himself from hold the key bank capital markets the sighting industry condition prices are falling you've got westrac down three point seven percent packaging Corp of America down two point eight percent and international paper down one point nine percent one of the steepest gains in the S. and P. five hundred belongs to Gilly at sciences up two point six percent the biotechnology company agreed to invest five point one billion dollars and thousands Galapagos is part of an expanded partnership the deal will like Kelly had raised its stake in opposite it's as high as thirty percent or so from today's twelve percent and Nielsen holdings is up two point six percent as well the media research marketing companies near deal to be bought by the private equity firm KKR according to Spain's inter economia the reports cited unnamed market sources Greg okay thank you Dave Wilson for the market drivers report this hour now politics policy power and law Amy Morris all right thank you Greg president trump has moved to end asylum protections for most central American migrants across the U. S. southern border he's stepping up a crackdown and immigration this woman says she left her country under desperate circumstances green because we were operating our congressmen of our country's afraid of torture were afraid of being killed in there we are right here and we're being treated this way so this is a new rule that is set to be published in tomorrow's Federal Register that'll say that migrants who don't apply for protection while they're in a third country before entering the US will be ineligible for asylum let's learn more now Bloomberg news White House reporter Justin St joins me now and our bluebird ninety nine one studio here in Washington DC Dustin thank you for taking the time with us yeah thanks for having me alright let's talk about this safe third country rule that's the current rule that's the one that's in place now what does it say well I think of the the it's helpful to understand how the change is going to impact people by stepping back in and looking at how people who are coming undocumented across the border and who are largely responsible for the surgeon immigration are getting here so with a large number these people especially families what we're seeing is there they are fleeing central American comp countries where there is crime and violence coming up through Mexico into the United States and then applying for asylum status under the current laws anybody who request asylum the U. S. is is given a hearing to see if they qualify and while the the policy is to hold those people there are there's a sort of second settlement that says if you're there with children you get freed essentially after a certain period of time to going to the U. S. and wait for your administrative hearing and so the trump administration argues is that this this this system incentivize people who don't even have a legitimate asylum claim to come to the US wait for the court hearing and then either not show up or they've they've been here for awhile and and set down roots and figure out how to better navigate the immigration system so what they're what the administration's looking to do is say Hey if you were in Mexico on your genuinely slain violence or persecution in your home country you should apply for asylum it for refugee status status in Mexico itself and they're hoping that by dis incentivizing this by saying that if you've already come through Mexico and you haven't tried to get refugee status there you won't be able to get it in the US they will slow down what has been kind of a flood that it has surged over the southern border so what how does this apply then to those people who are being traffic's yes so I I mean one sort of element of this is that if you've been denied refugee status and in Mexico you won't be able to another but there there is this sort of there's two types of trafficking right one is where you would hire I KO today or or have somebody bring you across the border that would be essentially for this this type of what would be different because folks who are crossing the border not at the port of port of entry would not necessarily apply for this refugee status right but others who do go through this process go to this point points of entry they would be impacted by this and they especially might not learn about these changes until they arrive in the United States and then are turned away so how fast is this going to take effect well it's unlikely that is gonna take effect soon because we've already heard about legal challenges the ACLU has promised to file one and similar changes that have been tempted by the administration before have gotten tangled up in the courts so wall the administration pushing forward with this is significant I think we have to see how the courts check this out yeah let me ask about the process a little bit which is a little bit hairy eyeball that that's what we do the what this is not is this an executive order of me this does this need congressional approval because it's going to be in the Federal Register as soon as tomorrow yes it doesn't need congressional approval this is a a regulatory change that the administration is man on its own they feel confident that they've got the legal ability to do this but it is really a decades long reversal of immigration policy and what Democrats critics of this policy of argued is that Congress has drafted laws based on the assumption that folks could come and apply for refugee status here in the US so even if it is not explicitly sort of barred by Congress at least implicitly is and so I think that's what a lot of his legal arguments are gonna him John and we'll see that the trump administration's all all often struggle to get some of these initiatives burn court approval saw it when you were talking about the court challenges are are pending are already being talked about I was gonna ask how soon it's going to take and it does it sounds like those are gonna be filed post haste yeah the the ACLU is already a sort of right on top of this and you know it joins kind of a long list of fights of the the trump administration has in federal courts obviously they're still disputes over the wall money that the president trump card access from other areas of the federal budget and I'm sure that that house Democrats are also going to try to craft ways to to change this and you know through legislative evidence all right doesn't sink thank you so much covering the White House for Bloomberg news bringing us up to speed on this latest policy just ahead on Bloomberg politics policy power and law the president doubles down after taking some heat for telling Congress woman to go back where they came from let's get the latest world the national headlines with Bloomberg's problem any that is the lead story injecting race into his criticism of Liberal Democrats president trump double down on his suggestion that for Congress woman of color should go back to the broken and crime infested countries they came from ignoring the fact that all the women are American citizens and three were born in the US is attacked searing condemnation from Democrats labeled the remarks racist and breathtakingly divisive one of the members of Congress Alexandria Ocasio Cortez told Sky News the trump seize power in being divisive I think there's a strategy to divide the country because the more this country is divided the more he benefits from the trump administration said today it will end asylum protections for most the migrants to arrive at the U. S. Mexico border the rule is set to go into effect tomorrow and is sure to face immediate legal challenges congressional Democrats are apprehensive that Senate leader Mitch McConnell will try to attach a vote on the nine eleven victims compensation fund to another issue tying up the bill's passage Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer insisted today that Republican senators need to do the right thing this bill is passed the house it is gotten the support of both the democratic and Republican leadership's no gains do not attach this bill to something else where it might get messed up as it is got messed up in the past Schumer said the heroes who now need help didn't delay rushing to the scene when their help was needed German authorities say a busy stretch for the auto Bahn between Berlin and Hamburg had to be shut down today after a truck caught fire nobody was hurt as seventeen tons of cocoa went up in flames oh the humanity global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took talk on Twitter I'm Bob Malone importing from Asia can.
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"Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, President Trump laid the foundation for declaring a national emergency on the southern border in his speech last night. That's in the opinion of Bob Constantini. It was the part of the speech going right to the heart of his political base. With the thirty five day partial government shutdown still fresh in the minds of all year after year. Capless Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. Yes of the president and first lady included family members of Reno. Couple killed allegedly by an illegal alien last month, a good segment of the in person audience where people who would like to be the democratic nominee in two thousand twenty along with some progressives who back a basic restarted immigration policy, and I pledge that I will never abolish our heroes from ice. Bob Costantini, Capitol Hill regarding actual policies. President Trump said when it comes to healthcare. This is a priority. The next major. Priority for me, and for all of us should be to lower the cost of healthcare and prescription drugs at you. Protect patients with pre existing conditions president slam some of what he called partisan investigations and one after a procedural delays of nominees for the courts must be United at home to defeat. Our adversaries abroad. This new era of cooperation can start with finally confirming the more than three hundred highly qualified nominees who are still stuck in the Senate in some cases years and years waiting not right. The president declared for increased funding for HIV and aids emphasized a program that he said would launch to fight childhood cancer supported a federal passage of family leave act for parents with new babies and said that he will meet with Kim Jong UN later this month in Vietnam. President Trump repeated his promise to build a wall. The commander who runs the US central command in the Middle East told members of the Senate he was not consulted prior to President Trump announcing that he will withdraw US troops from Syria. General Joseph Votto said the fight against the terror group. Isis is an over correspondent Ben Wedeman says Votto told congress yesterday. There are as many as twenty to thirty thousand ISIS fighters still at large in Syria alone. The US coastguard completing a massive drug bust seizing seventeen tons of cocaine in an elaborate sting operation off the coast of Mexico and the drugs were coming in from Central America and South America into port Everglades, Florida Genesee county judge may rule today on emotion to dismiss criminal charges against Nick Lyon. Former state health director in connection with the Flint water emergency the lawyer for Simon told the judge that the former MSU president was charged with a crime Larry Nassar scandal because attorney general Bill Schutte wanted to score points for his campaign for governor. For the first time. Pope Francis has acknowledged that these sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops is a problem in the Catholic church. He says that we've been working on this for some time. A Texas man has died after an e cigarette blew up in his face fragments cut into the left main artery and this man's neck and caused a massive stroke that killed him. WBZ news time seven thirty four. Here's Steve Courtney sports. All right, Richard coming up this Saturday. It is dual in the deed. He Spartans in wolverines meaning on the ice. Coming up in the moments ahead. We'll talk about it with the head coach. Danton Cole of the Spartans. Stick around for that. Meanwhile, let you know Red Wings back in action. They will host the Vegas Golden Knights that will be seven thirty tomorrow night at LCA to hoops, we go good news for the pistons. They beat the Knicks in New York last night one zero five Ninety-two Blake Griffin had twenty nine points. Andre Drummond, seventeen point sixteen boards. Reggie Bullock in what would be his last performance as a piston had nineteen points. I'll let you know, pistons and next wrap up the home at home seven o'clock tomorrow night Friday night at LCA, indeed the pistons deal, Mr. Reggie Bullock to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for twenty one year olds v Michalak he was taken by the Lakers. Forty seventh pick last year out of Kansas. Now. In Champaign Urbana last night. Just horrible performance by Tom Izzo Spartans turn it over twenty four times on their way to a seventy nine seventy four loss to the funding align the Spartans will now host Minnesota two o'clock Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile in New Jersey last night, the Michigan basketball wolverines get themselves. A seventy seven sixty five win over the scarlet knights of rutger's happy birthday head coach John beeline. He also has a another school record. It was as one hundred twenty first win in the conference. The old record was shared with Johnny or Steve Courtney, WJR sports, traffic.
"seventeen tons" Discussed on WTVN
"NewsRadio six ten WTVN, Joel Riley and Columbus this morning news, five fifty four. It is. We are six away from six o'clock. Happy hump day, Joel Riley, NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Hey, kudos to the jackets. Finally snapped at five game losing streak beat the avalanche six three last night. So let's see we can get it going again get coach Tortorella smile, and that's a plus the wife of the doctor under investigation for over prescribing pain medications at Mount Carmel now named in a lawsuit by one of the victims families. Mariah Baird also a nurse at Mount Carmel accused of administering a fatal federal to Ian Thomas in two thousand fifteen futile the doctor Baird the nurse married. Just two years back. And I think now we're at nine total. Wrongful death lawsuits being filed against the hospital a doctor Houston. So we'll keep you up to date on that. But that is the very latest cold and flu season is here. Not quite as bad as it was last year for sure. Sure. But we do have a fatality now. Three year old boy in Highland county. Ohio's first death from the flu this season, Ohio department of health confirmed the case just yesterday Highland county. Health department investigating the death, despite the news health officials say hospitalizations due to the flu they're down quite a bit this year. Quite a bit end up one big ten note, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky looks like he could get his sentence changed on child molestation convictions, Pennsylvania appeals court rejected arguments by his lawyers for a new trial. But they did order the coach to be resentenced. The panel ruled that the mandatory minimums or not properly applied in the original sentencing Sandusky, currently serving thirty to sixty years in prison after being convicted on forty five counts of child molestation back in twenty twelve. So resentencing coming for the coach looks like the coastguard just completed a massive drug bust. They seized over seventeen tons of cocaine. They say it was a pretty elaborate sting operation coast guard cutters. Intercepted twenty one different vessels. They were making their way from Mexico Central America and South America to port Everglades, Florida. It's pretty big thirty five thousand pounds of cocaine confiscated. They say is worth about a half. A million dollars forty nine people arrested forever. Glades one of the busiest drug smuggling locations in the US, and they say is often a site of coastguard stinks. You think the bad guys would wise up? Hey this. They know this is where the stuff comes in. Maybe we ought to go somewhere else. But as is often the case, the the bad guys are always the smartest guys o n one note from Cleveland this morning. Cleveland woman has been arrested after a nine year old son brought marijuana Gumy's school shared them with his classmates. The boy told police he got the pot laced gummy bears from his aunt. But his mother took them away and told him not to touch him. According to police a second child, then told the boy to distract his mom by saying, I love you. Mommy, and then the second child grabbed the Gumy's took him to school incident. Led fourteen kids being evaluated at a hospital on Monday. The Twenty-seven-year-old mom whose name has not been released is also getting more than a stern talking to. So we've got that going on about two and a half minutes update. Traffic and weather foggy again when you look at just central Ohio. It looks like the dense fog, Knox and licking counties. We've got reports of about a quarter mile visibility out the Newark area up in mount Vernon area. Also grove city about a half mile visibilities there. So best practice usually keep a low beams on and make sure you got plenty of room. I remember my dad told me before I got my driver's license at sixty miles an hour you go eighty. Eighty eight feet a second. So if you can't really see that far into the distance, you don't really want to be getting on top of it before you can see what's going on. Right. Right. Just, you know, hey, I'm a little flashback there. Five fifty. Let's get you over to Bloomberg right now, Patrice Sikora is in the Dow climbed yesterday it did better than expected earnings gave stocks to boost the Dow industrials climbed one hundred seventy two points Joel that has seven tenths percent. The NASDAQ was also up seven tenths and the NASDAQ is now up nineteen and a half percent from its December low the s&p added five tenths percent. It has now risen for five sessions in a row, then after the close we heard from Disney Disney's results.
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"More than seventeen tons of cocaine at port Everglades in Broward County today, the wholesale value of the drugs, it's estimated at four hundred and sixty six million dollars. The offload represents twenty one interdictions of drug smuggling vessels off the coast of Mexico and central and South America. President Trump is set to deliver the annual state of the union address tonight. White House press secretary. Sarah Sanders says the theme for this year's speech is choosing greatness. I think you're gonna see an incredible speech by the president a visionary speech. The president's gonna lay out some of the great successes that we've had over the last two years, President Trump and the first lady are announcing the special guests. They are bringing to the state of the union address tonight, a boy who was bullied for having the same last name as President Trump will be in attendance. Joshua Trump is a sixth grader, and we'll be the guest of first lady, Melania, Trump other guests include fathers of three victims from the parkland shooting last year. Andy Pollock the father of meadow Pollock who was shot on that Valentine's Day. We'll be the guest of Florida Senator Rick Scott, I know get Nicole from his chief of staff saying that he's got me a ticket. And he wants me to come up. She. I'm honored that Senator Scott. Let's think about me to come up there. They only get one ticket and Alice Johnson will be there. She was serving a life sentence on drug charges, but President Trump granted clemency last June. After reality TV star Kim Kardashian. Brought her case to his attention. We will carry the state of the union speech and the rebuttal from Stacey Abrams live here on fifty W F T L, but I join us at Aaron's table and wine bar and Jupiter for our state of the union watch party from seven till nine Arizona nurse charged with raping and impregnating and incapacitated woman is doing court today. Nathan Sutherland is accused of raping a comatose woman who gave birth to a baby boy on December twenty ninth. His attorney says he will plead not guilty, despite the fact his DNA match the DNA of the baby. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are taking a.
Driverless cars OK’d to carry passengers in CA
"Ninety new emergency dispatchers faira will not get to sign the final budget that's up to whoever is elected to finish mayor ed lease term in next week's election on peter jon shuler k q e d news monterey county sheriff's officials say they've seized more than seventeen tons of mature opium poppy plants and what they think is the largest known opium bust in california history commander john thornberg says the purple native flowers were essentially hiding plain sight in eight different fields in the largely agricultural north county area i thought we took down was almost was i wanna say probably was visible from the roadway somebody drove by and saw it and knew exactly what they were looking at we go wait a minute what is that thornburgh says the processed opium from the plant would have a street value of about a half a million dollars the case is still under investigation and no arrests have been made state regulators have approved a pilot project that would allow companies testing thomas vehicles to carry passengers k cuties dan brekke reports the california public utilities commission is allowing two types of testing for autonomous vehicles with passengers one for cars with the driver aboard to watch how the vehicle is driving and one for cars with riders but no driver it's likely to be a while though before four higher autonomous vehicles are carrying passengers in california the rules for the program require companies to get permits from the department of motor vehicles to operate driverless vehicles on public roads so far just two companies.
Kroger supplier recalls 35,000 pounds of ground beef that may contain plastic
"All right on to other news what we see here i guess i have to check my freezer i do my shopping at kroger there's a beef recall for a possible contamination of plastic bits that has totaled more than seventeen tonnes the north carolina food processor j b s usa which supplies meet to kroger has recalled thirty five thousand four hundred sixty four pounds of raw ground beef after a consumer reported finding blue hard plastic pieces in one of the products the department of agriculture food safety and inspection service made the announcement late wednesday noted while there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions there were concerned that some of the product may be in people's freezers frozen according to cnn the recalled items were produced on march the twenty second and distributed to stores in indiana in virginia i guess that would exclude me because i shop in ohio okay so and indeed there their march twenty second how long do people leave their ground be frozen in the freeze it's a distinct possibility that there could be some out there anyway the meat carries in e s t of there's a number esp three four one seven six that would be the stamp inside the usda mark of inspection and it's been packaged under the the labels kroger ground beef private selections angus beef kroger ground sirloin and all natural laura's lean beef those are the products so you're looking for the e s t three four one seven six they urged consumers to avoid eating the meat to throw it away or return it where you purchased so there you go yeah at least it's not you're not an e coli thing or something along that line but i guess it's gotta deal where you might take a bite of your burger and saying what the hell's that chunk of plastic all right for the last what's it been.
Israeli military confirms it hit Syrian nuclear site in 2007
"News time one forty eight thirty four degrees in boston top stories now we're having another nor'easter this one's expected to dump five to eight inches in and around boston lesser amounts on cape cod and north and west of four ninety five the latest wbz accuweather forecast coming up the cell phone number of the suspected austin texas serial bomber was of interest to police before he was caught on surveillance video at a fedex store the phones traffic data was used put mark conduct at the site of the explosions wall street the dow up ninety nine nasdaq up sixteen the sp five hundred up eight in other news israel is going public about one of its most daring and successful military operations admitting it bombed a suspected nuclear reactor in syria ten years of silence the idea of now says eight f fifteen took off from to southern bases at ten thirty pm on september fifth two thousand and seven their top seed mission to destroy what is really intel said was a syrian nuclear reactor some three hundred miles north of damascus radar jamming technology allowed the f fifteens to enter syria undetected after midnight they dropped seventeen tons of explosives demolishing a nondescript building near the river giordano miller abc news jerusalem french trains flights schools and other public services are poised to be disrupted tomorrow by nationwide strikes in protest of president emmanuel macron's economic measures francis national railway company says only forty percent of highspeed trains and half of.