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AccuWeather: Less humid and mostly sunny

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

AccuWeather: Less humid and mostly sunny

"Sitting becoming partly cloudy and more comfortable tonight low sixty eight in the city tomorrow plenty of sunshine warm but less humid hi eighty four degrees partly cloudy Friday night low sixty one in the city Saturday sunshine mixing with clouds high seventy six Sunday mostly cloudy with a shower thunderstorm around high seventy three degrees remaining mostly cloudy Monday with a shower too and perhaps a thunderstorm high seventy four Tuesday partly sunny with a shower thunderstorm possible high seventy

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That stack traffic back to Walters but again cleared it for accidents so that tropical start recovering anytime now Megan bishop news radio twelve hundred W. away I the mixture clouds and sun today highs in the low to mid nineties tomorrow and Friday sunny skies both days highs in the mid nineties both days seventy three degrees San Antonio Spurs trump welcome to Wednesday's eighty six days into your Labor Day weekend twenty four days during the day in only eleven games father's day I remember yesterday we were talking about the World Health Organization in their statement that they said that a symptomatic people it was very rare that a symptomatic people could spread the virus the coronavirus yeah we're less than twenty four hours later they kind of back peddled on it because yesterday Maria van Kirk called the Hughes whose technical lead for the coronavirus response said and this is a major unknown she said that there is a subject of infected people who never develop symptoms making them a symptomatic but they can still the coronavirus so once again are we getting inundated with misinformation on a daily basis or is somebody saying something they shouldn't.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy three degrees in Boston at four o'clock I'm trying to Sherman here's what's happening it didn't take long for star player from the New England Patriots to make headlines despite being out of the playoffs WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that story after a night out on the town patriots star wide receiver Julian Edelman was arrested after he allegedly jumped onto the hood of someone's Mercedes in Beverly hills officer said that around nine PM Saturday night Adleman for no reason leaped onto the hood of the car causing damage the Superbowl MVP was arrested for misdemeanor vandalism and was then released it was clear to the police officers that all men have been drinking the LA county DA will decide whether or not to file charges Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio Boston police continue to investigate a shooting in the area fifty one Washington Street in Dorchester that left two people with gunshot wounds one of those victims died at the hospital the incident taking place just after eight o'clock last night the two victims were transported to an area hospital where one of them was pronounced dead the second man's injuries are considered to be non life threatening no arrests have yet been made Arron has deployed riot police in the capital expecting more protests after its revolutionary guard admitted to accidentally shooting down the Ukraine passenger plane last week riot police and plainclothes officers could be seen massing a Teron landmarks as call circulated for protest meanwhile house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's concerned that the trump administration has not been up front with Congress or the American people about his reasoning for killing Iranian general costs solo money in an interview this morning with ABC's this week hello she said the administration made a major error when it failed to notify the gang of eight ahead of the strike what we want to do is to not escalate the war when they called and told me that secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs that we were involved in this action as it will you should have informed of the gang of eight in advance of the it's that speaker Pelosi appearing on this week with George Stephanopoulos accident.

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Will the weather forecast impact your fantasy football lineup?

CBS Sports Radio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Will the weather forecast impact your fantasy football lineup?

"Just go around the nation. this is what Paul four K.. Dave I got it the weather could not be better in New York City it's like seventy three degrees I drove with the windows down listening to some beautiful music how how are things though in Kansas city this weekend well thank you Adam showers and thunderstorms expected on Sunday high of seventy four winds southwest at ten to twenty miles per hour chance of rain this is not a joke one hundred percent rainfall may reach one H. and locally happily rainfall possible so where your votes if you live in Kansas city from the fantasy football weather center this is Dave Richard back to you. thank god I get out of bed I was really good. yeah well you know I'm not a weather and I'm a fantasy football guy that's right you a future that good stuff so is that affecting your rankings at all you should see me on a green screen dollar not yet if if we wake up on Sunday and the forecast is still you know what but I just a hundred percent chance of thunderstorms that's bad yeah range not that big of a deal that well right was so the wind that that we care about the only way that rain is bad for football is wind it hurts visibility so like crazy heavy downpour okay that's bad plus players could slip and wind is really bad too but usually you're looking for consistent twenty mile an hour gusts not ten to twenty the actual forecast is thirteen miles an hour on Sunday do you really think that's going to slow down a patch of homes fastball I think not so here's what you do the game kicks of one at noon you'll head on over to CBSSports dot com and you'll see what the latest is and we will have it for you and you can make a smart decision on whether to go with players on the ravens chiefs are not one thing you can do now though is make plans a kicker because the wind will affect the ball that's kicked in the air because those Basel flutter like crazy all the time so Justin Tucker Harrison buckle my guys you can't drop them you can't but you could might have to drop some bills or you just take your chances with them and hope that they get you six points that's that's usually bad just some people would say yes you can drop kickers and maybe they're right I actually think that the the handful of a leak kickers are very valuable and I would not drop them in Tucker certainly one of them is Santos might be as well Dave real quick injury updates here any Pinheiro and Mike badly yeah I know their kickers but badly is not going to play he's doubtful and Panera

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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Oregon students able to take 'mental health day' under new bill

TED Radio Hour

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Oregon students able to take 'mental health day' under new bill

"News London Saudi Arabia's as Iran's actions are unacceptable is calling on the world community to respond a cool front is on its way promising an end to the days long heat wave that's been roasting the eastern two thirds of the country but as NPR's Amy held reports for the moment the heat wave is maintaining its grip on parts of the central US an east coast for one last day temperatures remain around the triple digits Bob or Vic is a forecaster with the National Weather Service over the past few days there have been rumors record set in Philadelphia New York City and Boston heat emergencies remain in fact slash parks and public schools like this one in Washington DC have proved popular coping mechanism Laura Figaro has been trying to stay inside by the A. C. with her baby but they stepped out Sunday to run errands it's just been really unbearable it's been kind of like being in an oven no kind of relief no little breeze to help you out but the front is forecast to help out by Monday into mid week it will usher in unseasonably cool temperatures Amy held NPR news Washington this is NPR news this is W. M. I see in New York on Shawn Carlson city officials say there's been a big increase in emergency room visits over the weekend and a nine one one calls due to the heat the heat index reached nearly one hundred degrees today in New York City taught chan avoided the excessive temperatures at the wayside Tompkins park senior center in Brooklyn he says he doesn't have air conditioning in his apartment because I love retirement benefit is too low picking off on it he says he applied for free air conditioner through a city program last month but is still waiting to hear back he says he's relieved that there's a break in the heat over the next couple of days but he's he's temperatures are expected to go back up soon a woman child have been killed and two teens injured in a fire in a two story home the FDNY says the call about the place of the queen's home on one hundred and seventeen street came in at nine thirty eight this morning officials say fifty year old woman and a seven year old girl were killed a teenager was in critical condition and another team had non life threatening injuries their names have not been released the fire was declared under control shortly before eleven AM this morning for the rest of tonight we could see some showers and thunderstorms that they could be heavy at times to if we do see them with heavy rain gusty winds otherwise partly cloudy tonight we'll see lows this evening in the mid seventies and then yes some relief for tomorrow Monday showers thunderstorms are likely probably in the afternoon again it could be heavy at times to otherwise mostly cloudy tomorrow high near eighty three by tomorrow night showers and possibly some thunderstorms again could be heavy at times it'll be much cooler tomorrow night love about seventy and looking ahead to Tuesday showers in the morning again could be heavy at times cloudy again with a steady temperature of about seventy three degrees on Tuesday you're listening to WNIC it's six of six support for NPR comes from the Christy

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Seventy three degrees at eleven three. I'm Louis top stories tonight. Farmers branch in Dallas. Police investigating what appears to be an officer involved shooting tonight, this is in northwest Dallas near thirty five and six thirty five the person who shot taken to the hospital. The extent of those wounds is not been released. No officers were apparently hurt in this incident. Again, this is still an ongoing investigation and arrest now made in the murder case of Malaysia Booker in Dallas lease found Booker shot to death last month and far east Dallas Booker is the same woman who's a salt and apartment complex parking lot was captured on video and went viral major, max Garin says they arrested thirty four year old kindle Lyles for two previous murders and realized he drove a car similar to the one seen when Booker disappeared Malaysia Booker was last seen getting into a light colored Lincoln ls, which is the same type of car driven by suspect lines, thus far arrested Lyles has been charged with three counts. Murder. He says, lyles's a person of interest in the murder of a transgender woman who was pulled out of white rock lake as well. Police say they are looking for possible ties to other cases in which transgender women were targeted Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty the national Latino law enforcement organization in Dallas calling for the firing of police chief Ray hall, but sitting manager and says she's not going anywhere. Georgia Aranda, the president of the union says a recent survey of their members shows eighty three percent have no confidence in hall after what they consider several missteps including handling of the amber Geiger came demands..

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Danny seventy three degrees in the twin cities. We are following some news about a homicide downtown Minneapolis this morning. One person killed another in critical condition after an early morning shooting happened in an alley behind the gay nineties nightclub near fifth and Hennepin. The call came in as a double shooting around two twenty this morning. John elders with Minneapolis. Police pointed out in individual who is involved in shooting officers went to engage with that individual, and he took off on foot after a foot pursuit officers were able to get this individual into custody shooting happened, just within a block of Minneapolis. Polices first precinct headquarters a twenty five year old cottage, grove man has now been charged with kidnapping his two young daughters last Friday Cording to the criminal complaint. Jeffrey low waited in the mini van. The mother of his children was repairing take them to daycare, he showed himself and then assaulted the woman before taking off with the one and three year old girls. Assistant Washington county attorney, Nick. Hi, Duke vich says the quick actions of the community led to Lowe's. Arrests later that day for what I'm told there was a lot of social media sharing a lot of social media posts, and that helps as well that children were not hurt. Low is charged with the salt kidnapping damage to property, and violating a no contact order filed by the girl's mother, Susie Jones, double UCLA, twelve thirteen WC CO. For more on these and other stories, go to WCC's radio dot com. Time now for traffic.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Avenue, a crash all lanes are subject to closure and then eastbound southern state at Seaford or debate expressway and accident took out two lanes. So we still have problems working there. Now, here's meteorologist Bob Larsen in the WCBS weather center, mixture of clouds and sunshine of the sand, dune at a high temperature near eighty becoming mostly clear. Tonight. Lows sixty four in the city fifties, outlying areas looks like at I start to the weekend tomorrow, mostly sunny fairly low humidity. At once again radio, the cooler low to mid seventies at area beaches, we started these partly sunny on Sunday. Clouds move in late Sunday afternoon and a high of seventy eight right now. Temperatures range from sixty died Norwalk to seventy seven union seventy three degrees bid tabula high temperature of near eighty. WCBS news time twelve thirty. More than just the headlines. This is WCBS NewsRadio eighty. Oh man. Plan to throw grenade into Times Square. Now he's in federal custody jobs were gained in may. Economists say the numbers were far lower than expected. Rush should a ships became dangerously close to one another almost hit. This happened in the waters off China and a serial killer may be targeting sex workers in Detroit in sports Rafael Nadal moving onto the French Open final. The Mets will take on the Rockies game nights at six o'clock on these CBS pitches at seven and the answer in Cleveland. All on this Friday, June seventh. Seventy three degrees with a fair sky. Good afternoon. I'm.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"At seventy three degrees. Instill mountain. I'm blubber Shahir. Is here's what's happening. Dekalb county. Police officers facing assault charges in the beating of a homeless woman cell phone video from the scene and gas station. Nearly two years ago shows the officer repeatedly beating the woman who had been accused of solicitation at the business. We determine that the case warranted prosecutorial action and presented. The case today to the grand jury jury indicted the officer yesterday for aggravated assault and violation of oath of office. The officer is currently working on clear, clerical duty, a Chicago rapper is in jail in connection to shooting in the varsity parking lot earlier this year. Linda police are accusing little, Dirk of shooting a man in the thion February fifth. The victim ran from the parking lot and collapsed in front of a cigar bar low, Dirk, turn himself in last night for tempted murder, among other charges will fire officials are continuing to monitor the site of a large blaze at Georgia Pacific, building in Thomson, the fire tore through a. Particle board manufacturing plant on Wednesday, the Gusta chronicle said it was still burning in some places throughout the day yesterday. Health officials are keeping an eye on possible air quality and water impacts in the immediate area. Sports now the Toronto Raptors drawing. First blood in the NBA finals, PASCAL led the charge thirty two points, the raptors game one one eighteen nine over the warriors into Ronco Kawai lynyrd at twenty three points for the raptors who leads the series now. One nothing. Limit says Golden State's defense on him. Open shots force teammates, mum. No easy Luke's bring into.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Seventy three degrees at eleven o three. I'm curt Lewis. Top stories. Tonight Arlington man is dead. The man accused of killing him is now locked up Hector Salazar was arrested tonight shortly after the victim was shot at home on Nicole lane. Not far from Arlington airport. Lease saying, there was a college graduation party going on Salazar, and the victim quarreled, that's when witnesses claim they saw Salazar opened fire Dallas, please holding up press conference today, telling reporters that a transgender woman named Malaysia Booker, who was seen beaten in a viral mob mob style attack video has now been shot and killed over the weekend. Dallas police assistant chief Avery Moore says they take hate crimes very seriously and calls them unacceptable. He said, detectives initially investigated, the April twelfth assault caught on video as possible. Hate crime, but buddy hate crime, but he adds. He can't say for sure if the fatal shooting over the weekend was a hate crime. I have no reason to say that or not. Just. It is what it is a person lost their life of families grieving. And we as the Dallas police department, thanks acceptable. Police have made one arrest in the earlier assault case kidnapping seen across the city and across the country after Fort Worth police released video of an eight year old girl, being -ducted police officer, buddy, CAL's outta said people started looking for the car scene in the video to members of a church found that car at a forest hill motel, and that's where the police found the little girl, and the accused kidnapper literally find it, we had citizens.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventy three degrees right now at NewsRadio. WFL a the trial of the man facing a murder charge for dropping his daughter of a bay bridge hits a snag John. John Chuck's defense team said it had only three of its possible. Seventeen witnesses available today and judge Chris hellinger had a stern warning in reply the aspects fair trial, Jerry. Exasperated angry because they're getting ask the time. We quit. Herb. Nerve side. John Chuck's lawyers. Did not dispute the John Chuck dropped his five year old daughter to her death for years ago. But we'll try to prove that he was insane. At the time. The remaining witnesses are expected to testify about his mental illness Florida moved a step closer to letting teachers carry guns in classrooms Nineteen-year-old, Alison, she was in tears as she testified against the Bill allowing teachers to have concealed weapons at school. She's a graduate of Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and survivor of the parkland massacre. Now, we're here over a year since the worst day of my life tumor students, friends, right? Arming? Teachers does not prevent the danger in schools teachers and students testified against the Bill in a two hour hearing. But in the end it made no difference the pistol-packing teacher Bill passed five to three along party lines. It's one step closer to becoming law. Rick leg, Tallahassee. The owner of the New England Patriots Robert Kraft wants a jury to decide his fate on charges that he paid for sex acts at a day spa in Jupiter in the aftermath of the Asian spa, sexting that caught craft and more than a dozen others. Florida lawmakers plan to attack human trafficking by targeting the John's Republican Representative Toby over door for palm city sponsors, a Bill that imposes minimum mandatory sentences for anyone convicted soliciting sex it provides for a ten day sentence and also provides for a thirty day consecutive.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventy three degrees at one o'clock at morning. I'm sue Guzman. US Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for more regulations for limousines after twenty people were killed in a crash in upstate New York. Every inch you stretch limo. Makes it more dangerous, and yet there are no rules regulations them. So I've asked the NTSB to implement rules. Well, the deadly wreck happened when a two thousand one Ford excursion limousine failed to stop at an intersection it then ran into a parking lot and hit a couple of pedestrians in SCO, Harry. Well, Schumer says he's asked the NTSB for information on the size of this limo. Arcus your needs to be more rules in general how these vehicles are built the NTSB calling this crash. The nation's worst transportation disaster on almost a decade, family and friends are mourning the death of the latest four higher driver to take his own life. Several dozen people gathered yesterday to remember Fausto Luna who jumped in front of a train in Washington heights last week, reportedly despondent. Over mounting debt. He was the seventh professional driver to commit suicide this year and actually the first with Uber. Others were yellow cab drivers or livery or blackheart services and August New York City implemented a moratorium on new licenses for ride hailing services, Senator Lindsey Graham says he's relieved that the efforts to derail Brett Cavanaugh supreme court nomination failed. We're not gonna let you pick the judges. If you want wanna pin judges, then you need to win the White House also told Fox News Sunday that he's never campaigned against a colleague in his life. But added that's about to change. Meantime, governor Cuomo says he's making a move now to strengthen New York's abortion law says he's watching is the nation's highest court tilts to the right? So he says he wants to strengthen the state's abortion laws so women in New York will be protected if the supreme court goes after Roe v. Wade we're going to pass that.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Seventy three degrees at twelve. Oh, three time. Kurt Lewis top stories night Fort Worth police concerned about the. Prank. It's often called swatting. It happened at a home in north Fort Worth about twenty four hours ago. Caller said a man in the house killed somebody was holding five people hostage demanding a ransom all of that turned out to be a bogus. It's part of a disturbing trend called swatting in which people call nine one one to report a fake crime in progress, hoping the swat team will show up Fort Worth police officer buddy Calzada since since there's no way to know the validity of these calls. They have to take them. All seriously, treat the scene as if it is an active situation as if it's a real call. We have to do it very, tactically. We can't just go and knock on the door on. This intensive details. It had had no one was hurt in the Fort Worth incident. But there have been cases elsewhere where people have been shot and killed by police mistaking them for some formal hostage-taker. A major merger promising to change the state's healthcare system were Scott and white health and memorial Hermann health out of Houston will combine systems Baylor, Scott and white CEO. Jim Hinton says both started his faith based organizations and both have a deep commit. To their communities. So the partnership makes sense consumers are increasingly dissatisfied with both the cost of the care, and what they consider to be the hassle factor of gaining healthcare accessing healthcare, and so all these things are really driving consolidation. He says the challenge will be to get more in the state insured, the health systems, operate more than thirty Texas counties and employ more than seventy three thousand across the state, Austin York, NewsRadio capability..

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy three degrees. We're headed to eighty five with thunderstorms on the way in the news at this hour once America's dad now a prison inmate as Bill Cosby begins a three to ten years prison sentence. It's been a long journey today. Justice was served. I'm Jim Melwert. In norristown. They count down toward Thursday's hearing on. Brad Kavanagh continues on Capitol Hill moving forward. I'm confident we're going to win. Are they going to listen to women? Linda Kenyon on Capitol Hill, nearly two months after he was arrested a peace activist with ties to Philadelphia is still behind bars in south Sudan. I know he's an amazing father an amazing husband. I'm Tim Jimenez, a push from Pennsylvania state officials to get young girls interested in coding, and technology. And so we're in giving them extra push to join workforce in a stronger passion. I'm just an auto. I'm Dave Uram. In this season. Can't end soon another Phillies fall below five hundred bills collapse. Baseball for quite some time continues. I'm Steve Potisk from Bloomberg is interest rate decision day for the fed and Nike earnings. Just couldn't do it for investors futures higher this morning. Six points up for the guests in eighteen for the NASDAQ futures ahead forty I'm CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. You we'll see some sun today, but initially a little bit of fog out there. The daytime high hitting eighty five new cold front. Passage means thunderstorms later on today and toward evening. They could be locally drenching or severe later tonight. We dropped down to sixty three degrees. Coming up a fabulous stretch of fall weather. I will let you know whether that coincides with our weekend. That's when we check eyewitness weather on KYW, NewsRadio grains, seventy three degrees. We're headed to eighty five cable news time.

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Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out

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Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites

ATN

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventy three degrees at nine o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett. President Trump says we are ready in a video posted on social media this morning. He's warning people to listen to local officials about the threat of hurricane Florence out of its way, don't play games with it. It's a big one. Maybe as big as they've seen and tremendous amounts of water. The storm will come. It will go we want. Everybody to be safe. Lawrence remains a category. Four storm six hundred miles off the coast of the Carolinas. But the track. Moving a little further south at the moment. More on this coming up with Lennon Michael as part of their big three today bishops from around the world or being summoned to a summit with pope Francis in February to discuss the clergy sex abuse scandal. This ahead of a meeting between pope Francis in US bishops tomorrow where the cardinal Donald world from Washington could resign generation ago. When the Boston Globe, I broke that big spotlight series about sexual abuse. In the cover up Cardinal Bernard. Law was forced to resign as archbishop of Boston. But he remained a cardinal and was given a Plum post at the Vatican. The question now for cardinal world is will his departure follow the same pattern? That's correspondent David Wright. Two people killed in a horrific car accident in Komag Long Island, a car slammed into a snow gas station and burst into flames. The new. Mario Cuomo bridge is now open, but Cynthia Nixon says she's not gonna use it all Cynthia Nixon calls this a political stunt to make governor Cuomo look like the king of. Infrastructure. I think it makes him look like a king of bungling the second span on the new tappan Zee opening right before election day, and it's opening was delayed a few days for safety reasons, if it was unsafe on Friday, and it should have been shut down. What could they possibly have done in the few days in the interim to make it safe, and you're gonna use it? I am not.

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Hurricane Florence continues to be dangerous Category 4 storm, coast under Hurricane Warning

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Florence continues to be dangerous Category 4 storm, coast under Hurricane Warning

"The over a million people have been told to get out of dodge before hurricane Florence. It's the east coast editorials the Carolinas and southeastern Virginia task force of New Yorkers, including NYPD officers and FDA, and why firefighters they've gone down to North Carolina to help in whatever way hours after President Trump touted federal response to hurricane Maria year ago. Puerto Rico's governor shut down the president's recollection

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EPA to Roll Back Obama-Era Methane Rules

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

EPA to Roll Back Obama-Era Methane Rules

"Agency carrying out the Trump administration's rollback of climate change pollution rules has a proposal. It acknowledges could pollute the air and hurt health. More from correspondent, Chuck's Iverson limits on leaking methane gas climate change agent at oil and gas wells would be relaxed under an Environmental Protection Agency proposal, which concedes that as it saves money and regulatory costs may also in its own words, degrade air quality and adversely affect health and welfare, Colorado based western energy alliance representing oil and gas companies says the industry's been reducing emissions for decades. And the EPA proposal will cut red tape. Environmentalists say only the worst operated companies had trouble with the

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Elizabeth Smart kidnapper to be released from prison in surprise move

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Elizabeth Smart kidnapper to be released from prison in surprise move

"Elizabeth smart kidnapper Wanda bars is being released from prison next week six years earlier. Then expected and a surprise move. The seventy three year old will be allowed to go free after Utah prison officials said they miscalculated the time she'd previously served in federal custody KU TV reporter, Dan Raskin says Barzi had been scheduled to be released in January twenty twenty four attorney has been arguing, hey, she served a six years she should be allowed to six years as part of her sentence and they went to legal counsel, and they discovered. Yes, she should be able to get that six years added to her sentence. And that's why they came up with releasing her at this time, Elizabeth smart who's down thirty says, it's incomprehensible. That's a woman convicted of helping a former street preacher kidnap her as a teenager from her Salt Lake City bedroom in two thousand and two and hold her captive will be released from prison next week smart released a statement saying she's disappointed to learn that Wanda Barzi will be freed after failing to undergo metal Halfa Val. And to attend her own parole hearing back in

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Russia, Nikki Haley and Craig Allen discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Russia, Nikki Haley and Craig Allen discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"Then cloudy and humid tonight chance with thunderstorm. The low near seventy tomorrow, cloudy, warm, humid shower in spots with a high of eighty more of the same Thursday. Partly cloudy, humid, scattered showers and a high of seventy eight hazy sunshine now and seventy three degrees in New York City at four thirty nine woman, convicted of helping a former street

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Cincinnati, American Academy Of Family and Great Lakes discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Cincinnati, American Academy Of Family and Great Lakes discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"At least four people dead including the gunman after an active shooter situation at the fifth third Bank headquarters downtown in Cincinnati. According to a thorn is the alcohol, tobacco and firearms officials. They are on the steam, and they work to sweep the building today. Here's the Cincinnati police chief talking to reporters this point

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Steelers disappointed Le'Veon Bell not reporting to camp

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Steelers disappointed Le'Veon Bell not reporting to camp

"So the Steelers began work for the opener without Levy on bell who twenty six twenty six. Yeah. The all pro running back best in the league. Ramon foster though claims he didn't notice spells absence. Say fed plenty of guys working plenty of guys ready to work marquees pouncey says Belle's absence. At least for the moment is not an issue, doesn't it all promise that doesn't a team. So locked in a focused on what we gotta do and this weekend. We'll open open arms a hopefully football. Paseo also added. He's pretty sure that he knows bell that bell will be at practice tomorrow. Of course, we shall see. I'm sure Mike Tomlin can't wait to feel all the bell questions at his weekly news conference today at noon. Steelers are at Cleveland Sunday at

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Boston, West Nile and London discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

Boston, West Nile and London discussed on WBZ Midday News

"The threes WBZ news time to twenty four, now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast we have outdoor plans on this Labor Day weekend overall weather looks like. It's going to cooperate pretty nicely and it looks like the rain is gonna stay away And at least for a good chunk of the weekend is going to be fairly comfortable we'll start to warm up in term more humid as get toward Labor Day so certainly some pool weather back in the forecast by Monday but this. After noon sunshine and a high of. Seventy five partly cloudy skies tonight lows ranging for fifty eight and some suburbs to sixty four in Boston patchy fog start tomorrow otherwise warmer with a mixture of clouds and sun high. Eighty to Labor Day looks warm and humid with a partly sunny sky and a high of eighty eight and then hot and humid sues day with intervals of clouds and sun there could be a late day thunderstorm with a high of ninety one I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ NewsRadio sent thirty right now we're at seventy three degrees mostly sunny skies in Boston WBZ news time to twenty-five to Americans are recovering after they were stabbed at a railway station in the Netherlands this happened on Friday police are studying whether terrorism may. Have played a role in the stabbing. In the Netherlands that left to American tourists were. Serious injuries at the Amsterdam train station on Friday a, man identified as a nineteen year old Afghan citizen stopped Two people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German authorities to try to find out more about his background Jillian. McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London a Boston resident. Is. The fifth confirmed West Nile case in the state this year. The Boston public health commission, says the new diagnosis involves. A man in his fifties the total number of mosquito pools testing positive for West Nile in. Suffolk County has. Nearly doubled to fifteen. Within the past week the commission is urging residents to use and reapply insect repellent wear clothing that produces skin exposure and install or repair screens on windows and doors West. Nile cases have been reported in Suffolk Middlesex and Worcester county's Britain is taking no chances when it comes to a deadly nerve agent Larry Miller in London. A number of police cars and ambulances and sales bury. England were buried in a hazardous waste landfill covered with seven feet of clay it, was feared they may be contaminated with the Soviet era nerve agent Novacek the poison. Was used in March to attack a, former Russian spy in his daughter they survive but weeks later a. Woman died after she. Founded escorted bottle containing Chuck and thinking it was, perfume spread it on her body London is blaming Russia for the nerve agents attack well twenty. Years ago Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, made its US debut.

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Cardi B apologizes for Coretta Scott King skit

WAOK Programming

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Cardi B apologizes for Coretta Scott King skit

"At Leno right now seventy, three degrees in midtown I'm. Lower Shahir is. Here's. What's, happening It's a day of remembrance as today we would have been would have been, Michael Jackson's sixtieth birthday the king of pop died from cardiac arrest in Los Angeles in two thousand nine his music. Career spanned all the way back to nineteen sixty four when he and his brothers formed the Jackson Five he kicked off his solo career in nineteen seventy, one and became one of the

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Goats on the track: New York City subway encounters new obstacles

The Brian Lehrer Show

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Goats on the track: New York City subway encounters new obstacles

"And from. Bikes to goats. Those two goats. That were found. Roaming along the subway tracks in Brooklyn yesterday, new home comedian Jon Stewart came to. Their rescue transporting them to a sanctuary in upstate New York the goats were initially, discovered wandering on the end. Train subway tracks causing delays on the line before they were tranquilised. And captured. It is still. Unclear where the goats came from. But they, now have name James Billy and.

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Protesters topple controversial Confederate statue at university

KC O'Dea Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters topple controversial Confederate statue at university

"Up after standing for more than one hundred years a controversial statue of a confederate soldier is no longer last. Night protesters at UNC Chapel, Hill cheered, as they, toppled silent Sam Students. Told ABC eleven after years of talking. About it they're glad something was, finally done. Well it's about, time we've had other, glazes and endure on and in other places in North Carolina and and this is just. Time for you to do the versity called the protesters actions dangerous and said they are

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Jazz vocalist Denise Thimes sang for Aretha Franklin

Our American Stories

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Jazz vocalist Denise Thimes sang for Aretha Franklin

"Aretha Franklin's death is especially difficult for Saint Louis singer Denise times who tells cable Exxon announced to her Aretha was in the audience when she performed for a seventy fifth birthday party for a. Family friends father. In Detroit, in two thousand thirteen so a couple of months later I got that unknown caller ID call and and it was a wreath on the other. End saying that she wanted to come in and performed for her seventy first. Birthday, party of course Denise times says she agreed to sing for the Queen of soul at the, Ritz Carlton. In New York City in March of two thousand fourteen did you sing any of her hits, four Times says. The death is especially difficult because her mother also. Died from the same illness that took a wreath as. Life pancreatic

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Baby Girl on the Way for Jason Aldean and Wife Brittany

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Baby Girl on the Way for Jason Aldean and Wife Brittany

"Institute is known for, exhibiting artwork from famous actors and, musicians there have been. Recent displays by Bob Dylan Tony Bennett and Ronnie wood tennis Dave Shabbir. Country singer Jason aldean reveals the gender, of his latest addition to the family day We are doing a gender reveal

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Toxic dust from 9/11 linked to almost 10,000 cancer cases, officials say

The Art of Improvement Show with Giovanni

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Toxic dust from 9/11 linked to almost 10,000 cancer cases, officials say

"Morning It's going to rain later though you know what. It is humid and I hate it ninety four percent humidity in central park at seventy three degrees right now with clouds fog and mist get ready for. Some possibly heavy rain little. Later today. WCBS CBS. News time six oh three Speaking, of the rain we had, vicious weather yesterday and the heavy, rains brought down a retaining wall in Fairview, New Jersey no injuries reported but. More rain in the forecast today, means

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy three degrees overnight pennsylvania's attorney general is going after several fast food companies for imposing no poach agreements on franchise operators he says it hurts workers in the industry marc abrahams with the story attorney general josh shapiro says he's joining with attorneys general in ten of the states in challenging popular fast food companies who incorporate the language into their agreements if you're working in an arby's and you're on the register and then you're given an opportunity to be the manager of another arby's which is going to help you earn a few more bucks and be closer to your kid's school or whatever the case may be that other arby's isn't allowed to hire you because the corporate policy she says eight fast food chains arby's burger king wendy's dunkin donuts five guys burgers and fries little caesars panera bread and popeye's were sent letters cosigned by his office a response arby's agreed and such language it's franchise agreements marc abrahams kyw newsradio prosecutors in cumberland county have identified the man shot and killed by police on saturday as their investigation continues one witness says the man didn't have to lose his life these andrew kramer with that story authorities say vineland police responded to a call from westwood street late saturday morning for a man pacing back and forth on the front porch of a home that wasn't his that man was thirtysevenyearold rashad washington abridged bridgeton new jersey they were josepa gone says police i tried to calm washington down but washington refused telling police they were going to have to kill him that's what began tells cbs three the situation intensified yelled bomb bomb bomb and he saddam threetime pom pom pom pom washington was killed gone doesn't feel it had to come to this because he had no weapon no shirt he's sowing the cops or he got his about waters was all caught on cell phone video and posted on facebook.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy three degrees overnight pennsylvania's attorney general is going after several fast food companies for imposing no poach agreements on franchise operators he says it hurts workers in the industry these marc abrahams with the story attorney general josh shapiro says he's joining with attorneys general in ten of the states in challenging popular fast food companies who incorporate the language into their agreements if you're working at arby's and you're on the register and then you're given an opportunity to be the manager of another arby's which is going to help you earn a few more bucks and be closer to your kid's school or whatever the case may be that other arby's isn't allowed to hire you because of the corporate policy shapiro says eight fast food chains arby's burger king wendy's dunkin donuts five guys burgers and fries little caesars panera bread and popeye's were sent letters cosigned by his office response arby's agreed and such language it's franchise agreements marc abrahams k wbz newsradio prosecutors in cumberland county have identified the man shot and killed by police on saturday as their investigation continues one witness says the man didn't have to lose his life kyw's andrew kramer with that story authorities say vineland police responded to a call from westwood street late saturday morning for a man pacing back and forth on the front porch of a home that wasn't his that man was thirtysevenyearold rishaad washington bridgeton new jersey they were josepa gone says police i tried to calm washington down but washington refused telling police they were going to have to kill him that's what began tell cbs three the situation intensified yelled bomb bomb bomb and he shot him three times pom pom pom pom washington was killed a gone doesn't feel it had to come to this because he had no weapon no shirt he's sowing the cops or he got his bottle waters was all caught on cell phone video and posted on.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And seventy three degrees downtown with sunshine growing frustration with the trump administration's newly increased tariffs on ally nations the senate has passed a nonbinding resolution to give congress more say about trade penalties imposed in the name of national security through spending bills a farmer upstate new york worries about china and taking retaliatory trade action by cancelling orders of soybeans from the us all plan to sell sleepiness this launch and now i have to decide what to do because the market has essentially collapsed after you decide whether to wait or sell at a loss what's the take from colorado's ag community we'll talk tariffs with a member of the cattlemen's association at nine fifty two movies in the works about the dramatic rescue of the boys soccer team the from that flooded cave in thailand director john shoe says he's gonna direct one of the films in thailand's navy and government they're cooperating in that production and yesterday's announcement comes one day after pure flix entertainment announcing it's working on its own version of that movie and finally today marks a little known anniversary in the history of the beatles that may sound like the beatles but it's not technically speaking it was sixty years ago today that the quarrymen the beatles precursor that included john lennon paul mccartney george harrison hit the studio to record that buddy holly cover and a flipside mccartney harrison original titled in spite of all the danger only one copy was ever pressed paul mccartney owns it now christopher watson abc news alpha one wealth brings us money news and pat johnson inflation alperstein planes for unemployment benefits fell more than expected in the week that ended july seven th the labor department says initial jobless claims dropped by eighteen thousand from the previous week inflation on the other hand rising at its fastest pace in six years the labor department says the consumer price index rose about one tenth of a percent in june half the rise that analysts were predicting but yearoveryear inflation is up two point nine percent right now on wall street dow's up one hundred fifty nasdaq is up sixty in the snp is up fifteen where do you wanna spend your golden years the best place to retire sounds dakota alex taylor tapper with bank radi says south dakota scored well in a number of categories financial and otherwise very low tax state it also did really well in wellbeing how people feel about themselves how they feel about the community how they feel about their personal relationships their wider social relationships if physical hell the only area south dakota didn't do well in his the weather the worst day for retirees by the way new york mostly because of the cost of living and our next money update walmart's developing technology to eavesdrop on its workers more on that at nine twenty five pat woodard koa newsradio thanks fat done up on colorado's morning news we'll get caught up with what's taking place and get an update on the frantic search for missing for collins man in rocky mountain national.

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"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Humidity dropped one from one greetings good morning seventy three degrees three four thirty three in the morning four thirty three am and you're looking at ninety degrees today sunny hot humid thunderstorm later in the afternoon and evening ninety degrees that warm sticky low seventyfive just like tonight wednesday same basic deal independence day partly sunny very warm and humid understatement spots in the afternoon there's two ways you can go whatever you were going to do you can continue to do it or you can cancel it because it's too hot i myself will be taking the day off i'm not even gonna pick my head outdoors it's going to be all inside all the time i will see no fireworks i will be it'll be nice just the idea of going out into the eat and dealing with the crowds people spilling soda on me yelling sorry to bring you down about you it's tough for everybody though i and i'm going to stay home you can have my spot okay thursday hot and humid times of sun and clouds high ninety degrees seventies now nashua new hampshire jamaica plain abington here before we were talking about summertime and your first books just join us i'd like to hear about the books that you might have written somers a kid could school was out and you had a lot of time to kill and there was something that kept you busy modern day if you will activities are planned out parents feel the need to have everybody in organized activities trundle you around i've feel like is pretty probably more boring in the old days because they didn't do that and school out which is a bummer and you're all i was all alone so read and we talked about various books folks read i a lot of times that's going to be in the summer how about you can you think of what i read not necessarily in the summer that to grabbed you that took you to some other place in your head again mine were man from for some reason i don't know how that book showed up man from hardie boys big time hardie boys weekly reader which is thing i think it was related to something in school they sent to you in the summer which i look forward to and reader's digest we had stacks redesigned all reader's digest in the attic i am joe's liver and all and a stack of dirty magazines somebody threw out the window of a car and as my father said you do learn something from reading everything i guess i wouldn't say even those dirty magazines probably when your kid especially dirty magazines and there was something on the edge of my consciousness that we ran into was that was people were talking a book that's really old series of books i only kind of vaguely knew about or heard about and they were the uncle wiggly books i'm guessing no one anyone remember uncle wiggly listen to this uncle wiggly long years is the main character of a series of children's stories by this guy howard garris and he started writing them in nineteen ten he wrote a story every day in the newark news except for sundays for thirty years thirty years he wrote a story every day ain't published seventy nine books and his uncle uncle wiggly long years character is the illustrations are kind of creepy he's not like he's not a puffy fuzzy little bunny rabbit he's kinda tall and looks like kinda rat like he's creepy and he's he's a character is he's a rabbit who's also an older gentleman he's a gentleman rabbit that has rheumatoid arthritis he actually has rheumatoid arthritis he walks with the candy striped walking cane striped like a peppermint patty but he has all kinds of adventures for example uncle wiggly's adventures uncle wiggly's travels uncle wiggly uncle wiggly and nanny and billy wag tail these names kill me they're awesome billy wag tail another great name for band oncle wigley on the farm uncle wiggly and alice in wonderland he meets up with alice in wonderland that's the kind of vibe you get from the these illustrations uncle wiggly and the turkey cobbler i need to get one of these weekly books uncle wiggly's silk hat okay we have bush and quincy we never hear from butch anymore high butch hey how you doing badly now you never call you never write what did i do what no no no as long we've been busy busy busy trying to take care of some property down in mexico.

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