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"Them saying they were saying less little change. They live those people you know. Mother shut your adopted an incorrect doctrinal position and like say those are two of the more common ones that have been used over the years preachers and elders. And some of what we're seeing here does fall into the doctoral category. The other category would be the opinion category or judgment category. Which cove is in. You come to the same place really with both of them. You've split the people of god. God's not happy about that and in the doctor cases. The truth is not prevailed oftentimes and over here. A compromise should have prevailed people who should've said you know we love each other. We wanna get this worked out. We see your concern. We know that you're not as concern. There is middle ground here. Let's find it. Let's make it work and if you sign on to be an elder that's what you sign onto to work things out. We expect that from our government leaders as well but sometimes people decide that they're going to behave like a two year old and a tantrum. Well it's gotta be highway the highway and sometimes they choose a highway that it. Let's make a couple of quick points here about the book of asians if you are going to at some point purchase armand and you're thinking how homeboy. I don't know how i'm going to do that. Or you. Need quick sermon. Let me give you this one The book can be broken down in memphis interesting ways and if he shafter and efficient chapter chapter three you have an emphasis on city that position but then when you move over to chapter four verse one through chapter six in verse nine have emphasis on walking and then as you look at the rest of the book. Vj chapter six in verse. Ten all the way down to verse twenty three. You have information about standing. That would be very easy. Very nice three point sermons so if you're going to be filling in for me anytime soon and you're thinking i don't know what to do. Just talk to the other guys. Don't always preached the same sermon for that In colossians focus on christ of the church emphasis centers on the church of christ so to speak What i can give you was j points. One and two what god has done. When paul writes this book he talks. About what god has done fishing chapter. One chapter two chapter three. And there's some heavy information there and then he says this is what god has done now. This is what you need to do. That's going to be an efficient chapter. Four inch chapter five and then in chapter six. He really gives us. The encouragement put on the christian armor stand against allows of the devil and so forth. And those are when i think about preaching and teaching those are the three basic categories for any future. If you're going to be tried to cover the face number one. Gods people need to be encouraged encouraged to do what's right and courage to stay away from what's wrong. They need information how to live the christian life and that's what life is about and then they need that information about god what he's done and it's really easy to spend more time in this category than the other two. Were really easy to sort of. Forget about this category. Concentrate on the other two or try to go somewhere else. But those are the three basic areas that paul emphasizes the three basic areas. That helped make a great church and a great church came from great people now in most congregations. Today there are some exceptions to this as far as larger congregations. You might have five or six. You know great teachers as far as people who filling the pulpits and maybe some elders. Who are doing that kind of thing. And maybe you've got some dynamic teachers back in your classes as well but you can also have that in smaller congregations and we have that here. We've got some people. Some of them have talked for years. Bobble classes they are really committed and that helps make for a great. If you've got people who really wanna put their shoulder to the wheel that makes a great church and we're thankful for that here and should be thankful for that in other places..
2nd COVID-19 vaccine trial paused over unexplained illness
"Another major Corona virus vaccine trial is on hold. Maurice Dubois has more. Johnson and Johnson says it has paused in advanced clinical trial of its experimental Corona virus vaccine after one of its volunteers came down with an unexplained illness. Company did not say what the illness Wass. It does say the patient's condition is now being evaluated by an independent data monitoring board, along with its own physicians. Johnson and Johnson also says adverse events are to be expected, especially in large clinical studies. Dr. William Shafter is a professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt Medical Center, He says pauses are not uncommon in vaccine studies. Most pauses are not very long, you know, a few days to maybe a week or two. While the data Safety monitoring board reviews the medical information, which may just be developing now, in a written statement, Johnson and Johnson says it's committed to providing transparent updates throughout the political development process. Of its
NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines
"Up weak, too. Showcasing Las Vegas league was coming down hard on those Who haven't been following protocol. Last week, NFL sent out a strongly worded memo that said coaches had to wear masks on the sidelines and the NFL felt like there were three coaches that didn't do it this weekend. Vic Fangio, Denver Call Shanahan, San Francisco. And Pete Carroll in Seattle. It find each those head coach is $100,000 and find each of those teams $200,000 over a million dollars in fines for not wearing mess and the league might not be done after watching tonight's game, ESPN insider Adam Schefter, noting the three coaches who have been fined. Vic Fangio, Pete Carroll and Kyle Shanahan. But the league may not be done. Shafter referencing the Monday night football game, Raiders coach Jon Gruden seen wearing his face mass, like a changed rapid times during the wind. Over the Saints. After the game, Gruden telling reporters, quote I'm doing my best. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I'm calling plays. I just want to communicate in these situations that if I get fined, I'll have to pay the fine, but I'm very sensitive. About that, and I apologize. Three coaches find on Monday as you heard hundreds $1000 each plus an additional $250,000 Breach of their team. The NFL had sent the memo last week after Lax adherence to protocols during week one of the NFL season. Robert Kraft had
"shafter" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Delays. I'm Veronica Harrold, 95.5 WSB. This is WSB meteorologist Kirk Knowledge. I'll tell you how the weekend will start off. In 10 minutes. I'm WSB meteorologist Kirk. That's right stuff on the question of the day shaft. For Bauer. You decide. You know Clive Clive Ersin. My radio guru. Slash consult me says you should do some of that on social media. Put a pole Shafter Bauer. You do it with a lot of interaction doesn't make it, he said. So Why would people they just seems silly to me, But I don't know if you realize this you Ah. Consultants. You consult. Settle over you realize that your radio consultants we actually do have three hours a day on the radio. So I figured why Why do I need social media? We'll get into that. I Well, I don't know why I do it. Are you a consultant? Social media are US rate We have both the airwaves. Ah, English. Nick is still with us and we're doing judo. Pip! Toodle pip stories. Give me your next toodle Pip story. These are stories that the biggest Ah, if I'm not guaranteeing a smile, I'm guaranteeing they won't bring on a frown or fear. You know who is guaran guaranteeing a smile. Who's this Elon musk going forward. He's got his neural link brain ship that will soon allow users to take charge of moods and emotions. No more bad days. So it would be like one of those dial things like If you're in a bad mood, you could dial yourself dial. But isn't it a good mood? It's that you can hook it up through a USB cord and plug. It s okay. Elon Musk? Yes, Elon musk. Have you tried this mood changing device? Narrow land. I invented it. So tried it. Okay, so you are. Can I test you out right now? Could I hear Let's start out with. Still. That was sad. Ellen. Mode. I'm sad. Okay, let's dial it over to the Happy Ilan mood. Happy. It is so happy. Do you see the silo that I put into the areas that you know what the stuff that you're doing is pretty amazing. I'm a big fan of the space stuff. I thought that was amazing. I just don't know. Do you sleep? So you got this thing where you're creating a new way to toe drill tunnels. Your going to Mars? You get. Ah, the brain thing. Here's a question for English Nick, who is the host of Little Pit, or Elon Musk in the age of hacking of R? Banks and our accounts and everything. What if you have a chip inside your brain? Couldn't somebody hack into it and put you in a bad mood at all times or a maniacal mood? Or some sort of crazy mood that we'll ever move? They wanted, right? Yeah, couldn't they? I've partnered with John McAfee, the noted Anti virus fella and there we were productive. You can't get in. And it is this happy Air said neutral, angry action. Did you just find out that Johnny Depp won that court case Now? He didn't That's well Yeah. You know what I Also, here's another thing I wonder about Are you the one who defecated on the bed? Iran must want it. That's the last I don't kiss and tell you Here's another thing. What do you think about this? English? Nick? If you don't know English, like he's the host of toodle Pip. Who would choose who would choose the bad mood like if you have a choice. Hey, if you have a dark without the light, you can't always be interviewed because then you wouldn't be able to appreciate the good mood. I understand that And I agree with that. That's great. That makes for some great poetry. But who in the moment chooses? You know when I need some bad mood here speaks well, hey, would choose to be in a bad mood so we wouldn't Greg would not get the chip in the first place. You can live with that. See, I worry about this whole chip. I had the neural link thing. I think it could be unbelievably great. But until we can stop people from hacking our bank accounts and our insurance accounts. I don't know that I want to put anything. That hopes up to any Web or linker inside my body. So, but I think that it could be wonderful. I mean, this could be really where we go with Alzheimer's things like that. Just me forgetting where I kept my keys. Do you imagine I could set up a thing of the brain chip in my head? And it would just start beeping until I found my keys because the keys would have a thing on it. I I I would just have this sound in my head and I wouldn't be able to put it off because you either go find your keys right now or go crazy. And so everyone would be able to find their keys. That's the beginning. I want the neural link after we no longer have hats. That's what I'm saying is. There is definitely some medical benefits to this. They talk about people who have had their spine severed. It can Ah, you know you go. Yeah, there's a line. I think that there's a lot that it Khun Dio, but I'm the same way about Ah. Autonomous vehicles like Let's just get inside and, you know, read on our ipads and not care about the world outside. But what stops somebody who's not a good person from taking that over and you know, driving you into a lake at 70 miles per hour? I just so until we solve The problem of hacking all of the promise of technology is compromised, right? I'll tell you who's not compromised English next Toodle Pip. He's got a toodle. And he's got a pip in his walk everywhere.
First coronavirus vaccine tested in U.S. moves forward
"A surgeon Corona virus cases across the South and West, there is encouraging news in the search for a vaccine. Preliminary results from the first vaccine tested in the US are promising their face one studies, but it's a good first step. It looks as though the vaccine generated a vigorous immune response. We like that. We think that's going to be associate ID with protection. Vanderbilt University vaccine expert Dr William Shafter President. Trump, encouraged by developments in the quest for a vaccine says he's not alone. People are feeling good about our country. People are feeling Good about Therapeutics and possible vaccines while the virus caseload is on the rise of President notes a sharp decline in the mortality rate,
Report: NFL will add playoff team to each conference beginning this season
"Says these NFL expanded playoffs is people saying wait what and if I expanded playoffs that's right Adam Schefter Anna no where everybody know this was coming I did notice is common debt the NFL's thinking of expanding the playoffs it is only gonna do it and add a seventeen game which we've heard Richard Sherman among others no they don't want any part of that strongly again once their bodies man I mean it you know so the players are going to vote on this but obviously you know it's all things bargaining and we'll see what they get Emmanuel Sanders played seventeen last year was a big question I have is if this were to go through and then with the new play because because I heard you talking about this today does that mean the new playoff format for number one seed even would include you would have to win three playoff games just to get to those who want to get to buy once he gets a bye you have to the other six teams play three winners emerge in there for shop at the to see now would have to play well card we have that's the change so it's still like the Packers getting a bra they wouldn't they would have they would have to play but that same with that's that that's the interesting thing is the Packers would have not had a bye neither would Kansas city Kansas city whatever to play four games to win a Super gaffe gonna be that one see that's why it's a lot of exchange that's like a quarter of a season rail like that then what what players get in return is an up tick from the forty seven percent of total revenue they're currently guaranteed over the full CBA so that they would go to forty eight percent they get more money what is that going to compromise a level of football two by the tech guy can be like that's already did but that went like you don't you might not be getting the best product because now you talk and seventeen games plus maybe four plus two it's just too already players are gonna sign off on these do what they are we'll see I don't know I don't know about that one the fact is being reported by the likes of a Mike silver and Ian Rapoport in Adam Schefter means we're getting close to his Shafter okay give me some shifter on this we're gonna get more regular season weeks we're gonna get more post season games more wall car action and one of the players get an increase in their percent of the revenue now right now the NFL players get forty seven percent of the current revenue under the terms of the new deal he'll be forty eight percent for sixteen games and forty eight and a half percent for a seventeen game season which means a shift of five billion dollars that's five would that be billion dollars so the players get a lot more money the NFL gets more games to sell which equals more money and basically there's more money for everybody to go around the ever the old phrase everybody has their price there you go you know policy ever made a scene I mean eyes their price and they did that players like no no no no no five billion nine maybe and I'm pretty sure they somebody always talking right the seventeenth game I don't think would be added until the twenty twenty one season but the fourteenth I guess the thirteenth and fourteenth playoff teams could be added as early as this season is that correct I'm not sure twenty twenty one well the the at the current buyers following this season right but they're still talk about adding the playoff format I think they could change with approval but is this good for football the like is this good I wonder it's gonna do like the ultimately the product to be honest I can honestly see load management entering the other that's all they're going to have to the human body can only take so much they might you might see a stud like George killer somebody like sit out a game I wouldn't I would totally understand that you can't expect the human body to survive twenty one an NFL full on from there so few gave you got a win everyone of you place you can't load manage too
Nasty flu season hits US kids, with 92 related deaths, amid coronavirus fears
"The corona virus that originated in Wuhan China continues to spread their been more than seventy one thousand cases globally all but seven hundred of those have been in China so far the US is only seen fifteen cases total and no deaths on Tuesday the director of the wood Cheong hospital in Wuhan where the virus originated himself died of the virus but there is a more familiar foe that sickening and killing Americans right now and that's the flew across the country we've seen about twenty six million cases of the flu about two hundred fifty thousand hospitalizations related to a flu or flu like illnesses and about fourteen thousand deaths around the country and that is Dr Molly fleece assistant professor in infectious diseases at the university of Alabama at Birmingham while corona virus has some people worry flu season this year is bringing in you and troubling figure along with it the rate of infection in children is higher than it's been in decades as a February eighth at least ninety two kids have died from the flu this year now as we find ourselves in the second wave of the flu this season I spoke with doctor fleas and with doctor William Shafter professor of infectious diseases and preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University I began by asking Molly how the flu this year compares with other years so right now in terms of numbers and in terms of hospitalization rates these have been fairly similar to this time during recent seasons what has been different this year as we have seen higher rates of hospitalizations among children and younger adults during this time than in seasons past thankfully mortality rates as related to the flu and complications like pneumonia have been lower this year than in seasons past a bill is there anything that's different about the flu strains this year anything noted all are what people should be aware of well this year was distinctive as most seasons are the season began a bit early and it began with the dominance of an influenza B. strain now this is very unusual the strange usually smolder along during the season and then become more prominent toward the end of the influenza season but the flu virus didn't read the text book it began early and it was the dominant virus it caused outbreaks across the country now just as the B. strains were beginning to wane along came in a strain a H. one N. one so it looks as though we're having a double barreled influenza season this year and to what extent are we I guess collectively paying too much attention if you will to to what's happening abroad and the corona virus for instance verses just our own domestic of virus that you know that that is causing I guess just millions about Presa across the country well the influenza virus of course just as doctor fleece has said has caused a vast amount of illness and is still very active across the country in contrast the corona virus in the United States I think the last number is that we have a fifteen documented cases only fifteen and they're all doing quite well now it's understandable it's a human psychology to be more and trance and concerned about a novel new strain of the virus that comes up that appears to be threatening and is coming from a rather exotic place so we understand the attention given to the corona virus but we shouldn't forget flu and I'll get my message out numerous times it is late to be vaccinated make a delayed new year's resolution be sure and get vaccinated this fall of Mali exactly how bad are things in terms of infections of children how different is a picture look from last year so we have seen like I said more hospitalizations and children and young adults this year than in years past thankfully mortality rates have been low as compared to other years overall in the country we've had about ninety two the actor tests around the country and that's within range two years prior the because of the increased number of hospitalization in children and young adults around the country we have seen higher rates of school closure to two children being sick and teachers being second Sino that's put some strain more strain out into the community as well a bill the kids who are dying of the flu today ten have compromised immune systems anything like that well the story is as usual a substantial proportion of them have underlying illnesses those children who get flu and get and and die a flu unfortunately but a substantial proportion indeed the majority are normal healthy children and also I'll bet this year the data will show the same is that it has in the past most of those children profound sadly never were vaccinated so that's something serious to think about and is this is this at least partly due to people who refuse to vaccinate their kids to anti VAX components are people who are just as opposed to vaccinations I suppose the vaccine hesitancy group has contributed something to this but they usually don't focus on influenza vaccine per se influenza vaccine of course is something we all have to receive annually so it's a lot of work for pediatricians and family doctors as well as the parents who have to bring all those children in to be vaccinated fortunately we're vaccinating gradually an increasing proportion of children in the United States each year Molly work or doctors and researchers expecting the fluid levels that we've seen this year I think so I think we each year we know that the flu has the potential to be a significant circulating illness and so every year we are prepared we we ourselves get our flu shot we recommend everyone around us and everyone in the community to get their flu shot and then we prepare for the influx of patients into our clinics and into the hospitals who unfortunately do you come down with the flu and potential complications of the flu so I do think we were prepared at bill are there any big vaccine milestones in her eyes and things that might be coming down the pike well as regards influenza vaccine people are working to devise unique ways to would minister influenza vaccine there been some early studies showing that perhaps you could administer influenza vaccine via a capsule that you take by mouth that would be interesting another one is to put a patch on your arm with a bunch of micro little needles that you wouldn't even feel that would inoculate the flu vaccine for your arm but you only have a patch not an actual needle inoculation and then of course there are many people trying to make a flu vaccine the so called universal flu vaccine that would protect against a whole variety of strains and that perhaps in the future would mean we wouldn't have to get our flu vaccine each and every year but those advances are in the laboratory still in the meantime we have a pretty darn good flu vaccine not perfect but it's the one that we should use to prevent a vast amount of illness and as Molly said even if you get the vaccine and get flu your illness is likely to be less severe you're less likely to have to go to the hospital and you're certainly less likely to die of influenza what's wrong with that yeah I mean I am curious to when it comes to these kinds of innovations that are in the laboratory phase right now did he suggested there are a lot of people out there who simply just don't want to go get a shot every year a cyst yeah just a reluctance or an aversion to that well the national foundation for infectious diseases has done a survey and is found that the two top reasons people don't get vaccinated are number one they don't have a lot of confidence in the effectiveness of the vaccine and number two they are concerned about side effects and of course as to side effects other than a sore arm my arm is always sore for about three hours after I get my shot it is an extraordinarily safe vaccine we give it in the millions upon millions of doses each and every year Molly if if the flute does change so much every year how do researchers keep Bob so it takes a lot of people working really hard every year to look at the shift of the flu virus and they look at circulating flu viruses around the world and they ultimately come down with the circulating strange that they believe are likely to be what patients in the United States and around the world are going to be infected with every year and that is what they target the virus strains for or the vaccine each year we should have more information from the CDC later at this either this week or next week in terms of exactly how effective this year's flu shot is but I would encourage again even if you do get the flu after getting the flu shot it is important to remember that the severity of your illness is likely to be less as Dr Schaffner was saying and I'm I'm curious bill and to what extent is the corona virus complicating things at all this year well the corona virus appeared after most people have been vaccinated against influenza but the coronavirus certainly has created an outbreak of corona virus anxiety that has made people forget influenza that's for sure bill what what is something that you hear a lot or see a lot online something that you always try to nip in the bud when it comes to misinformation well the classic is that you can get flu from the flu vaccine I'm afraid that old canard is still alive and unfortunately well out there there's no way that you can get flu from the flu vaccine
Panthers, Olsen part ways; TE still wants to play
"Greg Olsen and the Panthers mutually agreed to part ways we've already seen low key Klay I retire from the game of football now Greg Olsen Carolina with their new coach about role they have parted ways a three time Pro Bowl was played thirteen years in the league is still interested in playing in the NFL he says at this time I have not close the door on any potential career options I still have the love of football in my heart I will explore all opportunities presented to me his agent drew Rosenhaus rooms offer draws and I was told are out of Shafter we'll be in communication with teams after the
"shafter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Disease specialist William Shafter parts of the country such as southeastern part or more affected than others inexplicably much of the flu so far has been caused by so called B. viruses which usually occur at the end of the flu season yeah I mean on CBS news WBZ Shari small tells us about another concern health workers saying no to getting a flu shot we're well into the flu season and this time of year several factors come into play for one holiday travel can spread the flu faster across the nation and here in Massachusetts there's added concern a new state public health department report shows many healthcare workers are declining to get vaccinated for the flu these are the employees who work with the sick the elderly and the frail the report analyzed data from last year and found worker vaccination rates fell well below the ninety percent goal at places like outpatient surgery centers dialysis centers clinics nursing homes rest homes an adult day health centers but hospital workers they exceeded the state and federal goal with the vaccination rate of over ninety five percent sure small WBZ bought three one thirty three on WBZ is traffic and weather together we begin with the server regions of all wheel drive traffic to all the freeze give us a lot all righty Mike got good news on the south shore route three south on that earlier crash before union St that's clear you'll still be with some residual delays through the split to before union St and then you slow again to hang a lame drop route three north bound looking good now expressway north bound slows from the gas tank to Columbia road expressway cellphone heavy delays mass after the pontiff get some running room and then you'll hit the brakes again furnace for part way through the split lower end of ninety three south bound sporty delays between twenty eight and twenty four ninety three northbound heavy and slow from the ramp to route twenty four right through the branches split twenty four south found ahead slow from the top rate down past the worst bridge a ninety five is looking good top to bottom and on route one still seeing some have delays getting about the statement Foxboro out west the pike eastbound slows by Newton corner then jams up under a mile to a disabled vehicle that's in the right lane by the Fenway west bound side of the bike is clear for ninety five into ninety both looking good David to draw any WBZ's traffic on the thirty is traffic and weather together we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now clearing skies tonight it'll get Coley overnight low twenty in the burbs twenty eight in the city Sunday Sunday with patchy clouds of a warm up a bit forty six tomorrow Sunday night clear the overnight lows in the thirties downtown twenties.
"shafter" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"William Shafter some parts of the country SO through southeastern part or more affected than others inexplicably much of the flu so far has been caused by so called B. viruses which usually occur at the end of the flu season yeah I mean on CBS news after an investigation military officials have ruled that the controversial hand gestures use during Saturday's televised army versus navy football game we're not racist signals officials say the west point cadets in Naval Academy mid ship men were playing the circle game when they flash the okay symbol on live television groups like the anti defamation league have identified the gesture as a symbol for white power dish white power symbol had a moment on national television and then we all talked about it for several days while everybody tried to figure out well was it white power was it okay or was it the circle game that is according to the anti defamation league what white power groups are trying to do take everyday gestures and signals and pervert them to their cause that CBS news national security correspondent David Martin who says the cadets careers were at stake in this investigation in the midst of impeachment the speaker of the house has invited president trump to deliver an annual ritual in February more now from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill Mister speaker the president of the United States speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited Mr trump to the house chamber February fourth to deliver the state of the union message in an invitation letter to the president polos he reminds him that quote in their great wisdom our founders crafted a constitution based on a system of separation of powers she goes on to say that the invite is quote in the spirit of respecting our constitution perhaps a subtle note to the president whose own impeachment proceedings could still be under way at the time of the speech bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill meantime the president delivered remarks at joint base Andrews on Friday night at a signing ceremony for the national defense authorization act for the fiscal year twenty twenty Mr trump's wife.
"shafter" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"William Shafter from parts of the country such as southeastern part or more affected than others inexplicably much of the flu so far has been caused by so called B. viruses which usually occur at the end of the flu season going on CBS news after an investigation military officials have ruled that be controversial hand gestures use during Saturday's televised army versus navy football game we're not racist signals officials say the west point cadets in Naval Academy mid ship men were playing the circle game when they flash the okay symbol on live television groups like the anti defamation league have identified the gesture as a symbol for white power dish white power symbol had a moment on national television and then we all talked about it for several days while everybody tried to figure out well was it white power was it okay or was it the circle game that is according to the anti defamation league what white power groups are trying to do take everyday gestures and signals and pervert them to their cause that CBS news national security correspondent David Martin who says the the debts careers were at stake in this investigation in the midst of impeachment the speaker of the house has invited president trump to deliver an annual ritual in February more now from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill Mr straight president of the United States speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited Mr trump to the house chamber February fourth to deliver the state of the union message in an invitation letter to the president polos he reminds him that quote in their great wisdom our founders crafted a constitution based on a system of separation of powers she goes on to say that the invite is quote in the spirit of respecting our constitution perhaps a subtle note to the president whose own impeachment proceedings could still be under way at the time of the speech bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill meantime the president delivered remarks at joint base Andrews on Friday night at a signing ceremony for the national defense authorization act for the fiscal year twenty twenty Mr trump's wife.
Millions sickened with the flu as virus activity picks up across the U.S.
"Federal health officials are warning this flu season is shaping up to be really nasty flu activity now listed as high in nineteen states correspondent Gary none the CDC estimates there already have been three point seven million cases of the flu vaccination may not prevent getting it but can minimize its effects are serious complications act against four different influenza hi Vanderbilt infectious disease specialist William Shafter some parts of the country such as southeastern part are more affected than others inexplicably much of the flu so far has been caused by so called B. viruses which usually occur at the end of the flu
Agent: Teams interested in AB, want legal info
"Do Adam Schefter ESPN insider you now has tweeted twice in the last hour his first tweet said that after speaking to drew Rosenhaus agent for Antonio brown Rosen how old state and claims the teams have reached out to him and had interest in Antonio brown he did not say a deal was close he did not say a deal was imminent he just said that he had talked to with several teams in the NFL and they have interest in Antonio brown. what else is an agent gonna say is he going to say my players screwed yeah I don't get back to me don't call me we'll call you yeah I eat my phone is in case you need my number because nobody's going on Antonio brown can I give you that number again so I'm not surprised that that's what dad drew Rosenhaus is saying. chapter shortly thereafter tweeted in talking to NFL sources. he doesn't expect to see an immediate decision on Antonio brown and his legal situation and league sources say no team will cut deals with Antonio brown until they get for the clarification on its legal status both with the league and or any other charges he should be facing so according to chapter according to Schacter do few me according to drew Rosenhaus through Adam Schefter your dad's interest in Antonio brown across the lake according to Schefter national police sources through Shafter yet nobody's moving on Antonio brown until the NFL gets more info comes out with an official stance on whether you will be put on is suspended commissioners last sources around the league say don't get too excited about Antonio brown hopping back I don't expect them to land as quickly as he did when he left the raiders within within matter hours he was a member of the patriots who've already gotten past that and it's going to go even longer
"shafter" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Feel good on the MAC that are automatically going to work on the ipad. The question is, like how far down the chain of third party developers will that trend go, but like a bunch of the stuff that we're anticipating is going to happen on the ipad is only going to be. Possible because of the changes they were forced to make too IS app frameworks. So they could work on the MAC. That's really fascinating. Yeah. And there's already if you follow, like Steve trout and Smith on Twitter. He's posting screen shafter screen shot at him, just sort of like hacking together. I've had apps the work on a MAC. Yeah. And then they don't look terrible. No, they look fine. But it, it also just hearkens back to like a bygone era where like I need a stop watch. I will open a separate app on my computer to run. There's just a lot. I think a lot of assumptions about that style development have gone away. They were. Yeah, they're forced on you on IOS in many ways. Like the best way to do something is to go get a different app, and then switch between single tasking views in apps on your phone. That's the way to use IOS the way I use, my laptop is I have five thousand tabs open in one browser in a couple of like pretty heavyweight program. Gms deeter right floating around. What's interesting is that none of these seem to solve the problem. I feel on computers is the disjointed -ness of, like, you know, you're talking about these very silent applications. You know it. It's very difficult in on a mobile device to it or operate between apps and you have sort of a fake file system that you can kind of do stuff with two maybe pass vials around on desktop. You're more used to using a file system. But on a web browser doesn't really know about a file system so that gets weird like you know, like if you have an image in your browser tab, image editor, you know how are you really going to move that to another? I feel like there's so much work to be done in improving computer use and I feel like who is doing it zero zero people? Well, you're describing is like levels of abstraction, right? The iphone is like totally abstracted away from me, right? Where do where does software come from the iphone and comes from the safari icon or the app store on, and that's it right in, like those are two slightly overlapping worlds. But, like not really, but almost every other part of that computers, abstracted away from me, then there's the MAC or windows where there's, like very little abstraction. You can go look at the file system. You wanna, like, dive into the library folder of your computer delete the Colonel like you can just do it like is that appropriate from us users it is not. But you can if you want to in sort of in the middle, I think, is the problem with the ipad is you expect to be able to use it anyway, you want, because it's expensive, especially I've had pro, but it operates at that iphone level abstraction, and there has to be some middle ground. And I just something apples, located that middle ground of abstraction. And I think that's what you're talking about. You can make you can make a computer easier to use without. Making it fully abstracted away from you. Well, there's like there's the continuum that you're talking about. But there's also like I feel like I'm short a hammer. Like I, I, I have one too few tools what I'm using both my laptop or an ipad or iphone, like just like holding things like I don't know. Okay. You on the iphone will you can press the hold. And then the, the all the icon start jiggling around and you can. Yeah you could rearrange. But you can also kind of gather them together under an, you know, and as a group, you can basically, hold multiple things on one touch, and drag, you know, you can't do that on Android house rearranging. My cons the other day. And it was really frustrating. I felt like I was lacking a tool..
"shafter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Low nineties siege, shafter, noon. So pretty much what we've been seeing here, the past couple of days, we'll continue to be what we see is we head through the rest of the holiday weekend. Well, then I'm gonna have to be well prepared obviously, you know, we should be getting a hat, and sunscreen and favorite adult beverage, I think ought to top it off. Well, or as John USA say that I like to take out the parasol. That's right, Bill. That's right. Exactly. Correct. Okay. Well, we're going to enjoy a wonderful weekend, then and hope you do too. We will talk to you later. I'll talk to you soon. Thank folks. Let's go to the phones. This is Sherry, good morning. Sheri, what can help you with him. One in Jeff, I have an observation Anna question the anomaly here with pods and seeds are the blue blonde. I noticed when I start pulling them up recently, I have a gravel bed some couple of gravel beds, where I let them grow in every year, all those pods having opened, and it's close to June. And and I don't know. They're not wanting to open up. I was going to give some to friend of mine from my 'cause they grew up volunteer V, or we haven't had, we are rain is come on hard and strong and hasn't really lasted long time. So we haven't had, you know, unusually high amount of rain here. Here in Fredericksburg. So I don't know. But none of those move on it podge opened. Just a matter of patients. Okay. Well, I wasn't gonna keep them in the ground anymore. I have other things to do. I need to clear it out. You know, got it you that doesn't mean it doesn't guarantee that, because it didn't open. They're not gonna work. But generally, once you see the split in the pod, that's a indicator that you can be sure that the seeds viable they may still be if you want to save some of the ones you grabbed I am. I think I have shown to the car out there that I'm keeping side, just in case they open up. I think it's just timing thing. We have been real relatively relatively normal weather this year. That sound I was gonna say cool, we've been right on schedule for our temperatures in the last previous years we've been hot a little earlier. Right. I could just be temperatures haven't been enough to get them to dry out and split yet. But see what happens with them? Because some should still be viable. Okay. My, my question is I have I had a more the used to he he used to be my nor, and he hired this role weed eater, one year and I had planted a young. I guess you call it a sapling Plum, tree. It was a it was a mess Lee Plum. And it was it was just doing fine. And, and, and he weeded around that thing and was told to say way from this through. Trees. And it, it developed this bulbous you know, thing around about five inches from the ground where he weeded, he cut all the way around this little sapling. And, and I just was sick because I had planted other things there before. And, and it they didn't work in some areas, where was lower and there was too much water. Apple trees, don't like to get their feet wet. They sure don't. But this was a good place for this Plum. And, and I was tired of digging holes. Now I let it go, and it's been two or three years. Now I've noticed that it's just kind of bowl, but she on one side, but the other side is growing in where I stand around the other side, it looks like it's normal is there a what am I going to be Shari, because these, I don't know about the Mesli. But you I heard that Plum trees can take up to ten years before they put out a Plum, if I if I were planting from seed. Could take up to ten years. If it was a grafted from a nursery, we normally would be talking. You should see blooms on your to in should see it. Hold some fruit on and off. Maybe only a couple and by about the fifth year. That's when we generally would say a tree comes into production, where it should have a reliable crop every year. Doesn't Mesli need a a mate. No, no. It is one that is reliably so fertile. Well, I had a beautiful on T growing just like twelve inches away from the sewer lines. So I had to take it down. I didn't take a chance. But this one, I think it'll be, we'll be okay that, that, that damages just on one side, there will probably grow out from wound the fact that it is healed over tells you a lot. The fact that it's still producing leaves tells you that it will probably recover, just fine. Oh, it's got lots of leaves. And I saw on PBS on how to the central Texas Gardner on how to trim the trees on tat taped it on my analog actually. Yeah. I take the knee and it shows how you can trim the trees so that they make that good branching shape that you need the right wine glass. Well, that's it. I'm hoping my sages, my Texas sages looked like they all need to be cut down. I'm keeping a couple that are in just exceptionally fertile soil, and, but every all the other sages, look, did I have some, I think I have a Silverado and I have some desperado shades and. They all look like they're they're, they're not going to flourish here anymore. Is that going to be the way it is, or a vase should continue and do fine? I had to lose one, but I found that it was spot planted in a spot that didn't dry. It was in a low spot. And we'd had enough rain that I think I just drown one out, but the rest should be fun. Okay. Well, I'll just I'll just take a few out because they looked like they, they absolutely will not make it and the deer decided they wouldn't go to make it. So that made the decision for you. Dear decided, thank you so much. Jeff, thank you. Ma'am. Bye-bye folks were coming up on a break Norma and Ryan. If you hang on. Okay at you.
"shafter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Footsie stock index in London up one point one percent. Dow SAP and NASDAQ futures all up seven tenths percent benchmark interest rate in the US pretty steady this morning at two point seven percent once upon a time when I said Amazon you thought rainforest now if you do the calculation today stock price times, the number of shares Amazon is the most valuable company in the world jumping past Microsoft to that top spot last time round was terrible flu season and. Estimated eighty thousand people die prematurely from the flu and complications that was the highest in forty years. Marketplace's Eric embarrasses monitoring this season at this point and flu season. It's hard to say just how bad things will get says William Shatner, he's an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University. But he can't say that the strain of flu that went around last year was especially bad while this year, the strain is different. Fortunately, by and large, it causes less severe infections and vaccine available. This year is more compatible with strain. That's a good thing to even so sad. Shafter flu changes. And there are a number of different strains that are active each year, and in addition to that discomfort caused by the flu there's an economic cost says Anthony Fauci director of the national institutes of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health, for example, the direct medical costs on a moderate year can be anywhere around ten Bill. Dollars. That's things like hospital stays and the indirect costs for time missed from work, and such that's upwards of eighty five billion dollars. I'm Eric Harris for marketplace. Marketplace morning report is supported by figure providing a streamline digital platform for home equity loans. You can learn.
"shafter" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"And so some of this stuff in the article is things like, you know, talking about like breasts or coming on people's breast size or like taking a Skype like naked or on the toilet. Which to me seems like things that like theater kids would do if you have like a bat like a like, you're like overly comfortable, or if your sense of humor like doesn't match up to other people's? But like what was that experience like for you? And obviously like, you know, time to say your piece, I know you have in medium before. But like, yeah. I mean, I think it's I think when you. You wouldn't you first critter really open culture. Right. When you're creating a business where talking about periods and talking about period. Feminism is something that attracts people. Okay. Where everyone talks about breasts and vaginas, and but holes and like everything about your body's. And then when people get let go they all of a sudden, the tune changes. Oh my God. Oh interests like you. Meaning they get bought her when they get fired is that that happens, you know. And I and I can't control what people say after the fact, and it just like, you know, like smut is small people wanna talk shit. They can I was pregnant at the time engaged the most beautiful man like for me too. So the person that filed the formal complaint was someone who had already been fired at that time. Yes. But I I can't I can't talk more. I can't talk more about it. But yes shafter before the complaint. No hired fired. I mean, like, you know, like sometimes like, you know, people are trying to try to get money and try and just like, yeah. Whole thing. And I just like, I I can't talk about my particular incident because I unfortunately, signed documentation around it. Okay. At all. I can say is that you know, when people do get fired after the fact, and you know, sometimes people try to get money. Sometimes we will try and say things they're upset and that just happens. You know, it was it wasn't more than one person wasn't more than the public. I mean, I fired a few people. You know, I just because when you scale a business really fast, sometimes sometimes you have to make you, you know, you you you hire a lot of people, look, your culture, and you're like, oh, I need to make some changes. Okay. You know, I'm not just happen. And I have I have a couple of other questions about it. And if you can't just obviously, but like one of the women said that you had asked her to show her breasts. True. What did you like 'cause I can I can see a situation where that make sense not to be honest, not in a workplace, but my friends like I have friends that will do like a friend to wind around topless. Everybody was topless. Company team retreats, you know, anything like the whole company was wait where we retreat upstate New York..
"shafter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"WCBS forecast for the shafter in partly sunny with a high of around forty five tonight is Santa flies in clear and colder, low thirty two in the city twenty for most suburbs. Tomorrow Christmas day, partly sunny and chilly with a high of forty two forty one degrees. Partly cloudy in New York at twelve thirty nine. Call security. This is Sam Litzinger intraday Ross on the CBS News Radio network, presented by Mercedes Benz. Let me say at the start here that speaking as a reporter if I'm Rosa said good morning to me. I would check with at least five other sources before believing it. She has credibility issues. President Trump who now calls her a lowlife hired her as communications director of the office of public liaison, whatever that is. Then he fired or just as he did on reality TV. Okay. So all the stuff that Jenner new book about the president being a racist. And so on is being checked out right now, we'll see what turns up my concern here is that on Rosa apparently recorded herself being fired by White House chief of staff John Kelly in the White House situation room the situation room when they talk about things like nuclear war NBC's, meet the press have the audio. We're going to talk to you about leaving the White House. How is this possible? They're supposed to be rules about this and one is or should be don't record things in the situation room. And then take the audio out of the White House and use it for your tell all book. Sure morosi. Shouldn't have done it. But morose seems to care only about Rosa, this one seems to be on John Kelly who's supposed to be running the show at the White House general Kelly, dude, get a grip do not let Rosa or snooky or any other Kardashian for that matter into.
"shafter" Discussed on KNSS
"And s s the grizzlies arrive here in dodge on a two game winning streak wins over Highland and coffee. Bill. Both of those coming after the grizzlies dropped her season opener up at Iowa's central a twenty six to sixteen loss a game where the grizzlies had five turnovers a season high hundred and twenty five yards penalties in that ten point loss in their last win last Saturday night to overconfidence, by the way, the first time that Butler has shut out to coffee go red ravens since all the way back to nineteen seventy and in that game last Saturday night the grizzlies looking like Butler teams from yesterday. A year they featured at very very impressive running attack the grizzlies had two hundred and forty four yards rushing against the red ravens in two touchdowns both coming in the fourth quarter, and he had a total of fifty seven rushing attempts last week. Could this be the dawning of a new era offensively for the grizzlies? We'll find out tonight the grizzlies had only eighteen pass attempts last week. By the redshirt freshman trade self he completed seven of those eighteen for a hundred yards. Boy. Impressive touchdown runs in the fourth quarter by Jakobs Vickers from seventeen yards out and MCI Caesar for twenty four yards into the end zone. Those both came in the fourth quarter the grizzlies relating only seven to nothing going to the fourth quarter. But they pulled away in one of my final score twenty two to twenty two to chaos tempo. Defense for the grizzlies their first shutout since two thousand and fifteen when they had back to back shutouts against air force and Iowa central. Meanwhile, dodge city this is their fourth home game of the year. Four out of five games have been here memorial stadium. They also roll in here with a two game winning streak. The conches pulled one out of the fire last Saturday night here in dodge city, scoring two touchdowns in the final three minutes and twenty seven seconds to beat Ellsworth thirty four to thirty. Nice comeback win for the conches. And it was freshman quarterback. Drew Harris who toss both of those late touchdown passes. The game winner coming with only thirty eight seconds to go in that game. Again, they defeated Ellsworth thirty four to thirty here last week. Great to have you with us on ninety eight seven thirteen thirty s s we'll take our first time out. We'll come back and sit down and visit with grizzlies head coach, Tim shafter, and.
"shafter" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
"And even if you think that it's just going to be like one minute, do not leave them in the car because anything can happen and you lose track of your mind, like sometimes parents in general, like mom brain you have mom? Yeah, pregnancy brain you have just absent minded sometimes you know? Exactly. And so it was with you, make sure I know it can be frustrating to have to get in and out of the car and take it out of the car seat and whatever. But if you're going somewhere that you have to feel frustrated or whatever and you feel like you need to leave them in the car, then I would just suggest going at a time, you don't have to leave them in the car because it just too hot things happen, and it's just not safe to leave your kids in the car. I have. I've on my suburban when I turned my car off it the on the dash it literally it like beeps in, it'll say, check backseat like it'll remind me on this ground. Check the backseat. Yeah, because probably for that reason, I have three rows, but even if I have the third row down, it'll still say, you know, check back seat. I can't. It'll beep until I like clothes a car and everything so I can't get away with. Yeah. I mean, obviously like there are alerts like on newer model vehicles now that right, you know, won't Lert. You actually has a seat belt thing that dang so seat belt that still attached into the whatever, like the holder, then it will let you know like they're sl- somebody in the car. So I know in this case, I'm sure it was an accident. I would imagine, you know, daycare center I couldn't imagine. And I know that. Things happen, and there's like foul play involved sometimes or whatever. But this seems like a true accident and they were planning on interviewing. This is a very new case, and there are planning on interviewing the bus driver and the chaperone who was on the field trip. And they supposedly are being very cooperative with investigators. So I mean, it's so sad. Imagine like being all that is an accident will what if it, you know it was an accident in that bus driver and that chaperone have to live with that for the rest of their lives harbor thick. Well, and did they not check the bus? You know what I mean? Like did they just right. I remember when I was a kid, we'd get off the bus and I remember like seeing the bus driver go back and check all the seats like garbage or for kids or for what lost stuff. Like I remember getting off the bus and I would see the bus driver like parking, check everything. Well, and I mean, I don't know. I just don't see. I guess I'm just so super cautious in my life with just like every situation that, right. I'm always like checking behind on everything. You know, like even if. Axons playing in his playroom for like thirty minutes, and I haven't heard heard anything, and it sounds like suspiciously quiet, then I'll go down and say, hey, wasn't down here, you know, just right, right. I'm just very cautious and I know that a lot of times that things do happen because parents intended for it to happen, so sick and sad. But in this situation I think it really wasn't accident. And like you said, that's going to be terrible for those people that are living because they're gonna have to live with that for the rest of their lives. And also, could you imagine being apparent for parents out here? So many people have to put their kids in child care and gusting that their kids are going to be taking care of watch shafter and that nothing's going to happen. Obviously, accidents happen, but not deaths. I mean, right. That's where he, nobody should have to go through that at all. No. Could you imagine the parents getting the call or coming to the daycare center and being like. Getting that news. I mean, no, no, absolutely. Not. How when I read that I was like, that's so sad. And there's been so much awareness over the past. I would say the first hot car death I.
"shafter" Discussed on WWL
"Here's a song i want you to listen very carefully to the lyrics because it seems like this is very appropriate with what we're talking about today shafter named here on wwl to you dwell tried to we reserve the right to review service to you that's from kinky friedman i want wanna thank the listener that sent that text in this audience that you know we make bumper music such a prominent part of this show that we even get requests for bumper music so we continue this conversation i i can't wait for you to read a tax if somebody who really disagrees with me on the sarah sanders issue but again i understand the disagreement over my opinion but i try to elevate this to the point where we're talking about a principle at play here and the principal is deciding whether or not you should serve somebody based on their first amendment right to their opinions when it comes to politics and social issues bruce young as a reporter at television station w dj in lexington virginia where the red hand restaurant is and he filed this report about sanders being kicked out friday the began with a tweet the owner told the washington post today that she did it at the urging of her staff and because of sanders politics reaction in the real world with notes and signs from both sides came as the day wore on don trump does or what they did woman in his restaurant was disgraceful but in the twitter verse comments came quickly republican delegate ben cline running to replace bob goodlatte in congress apologized via twitter i just responded to her tweet with mine and so i saw sean spicer re tweeted my tweet and it's hopefully it's gotten back to her that we love to see her and her family back in the rock rich county area so the question is because she works for trump should she had been refused service and it's over disagreement with trump's policies here's a texas says scoot i'm taking issue with several points you made lately it seems like you have not shared text of people who disagree with you really i don't know what show you're listening to but most of the texts that i read disagree with me but you know you're entitled to your your opinion number one you oversimplified by sarah sanders was not served it wasn't simply because they hated trump you suggested it was merely because of her political affiliation their recent go more deeply into the immorality and the lies do you also forget that the owner employs a staff of diverse people who are rightly offended by trump's policies number two you say sarah sanders has done a good job you're saying that lying is part of the job that's messed up lying is part of that job she does a good job for the president i couldn't do her job because of the lying in the deceitfulness the the sidestepping the real issues i couldn't do it but she does a good job defending the president in the same way that you may disagree with somebody with a convict who gets off but if the defense attorney does a good job you may disagree with the verdict but you have to say the defense attorney did a good job defending that particular conduct so i know this gets very very personal but this once again just to me it just reeks of how deep the political divide is in america and we're now judging people based on who they work for should you be refused service because of who you work for you're there on your own time you know if you're listening to this show you know i don't support the president on everything you know i can be very very critical the president trump and sarah sanders and everybody in the white house but that doesn't mean that i have to reduce myself to to being consistent are to being inconsistent when it comes to supporting a theory and my theory is that if you're in business you serve people i understand why you don't want to but if you don't is that is that really the.
"shafter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And ken show all the excitement we had on the show a couple of days ago turned out to be a sex offender from oregon involved in a police chase drive in a big old rv one hundred miles from hollywood to bakersfield and when it ended and that was after the show ended he drove into an orchard an almond orchard in shafter california kicked up a lot of dust and by the time police caught up with the rv they thought he was still inside but he actually had run off he was convicted of sodomizing a girl in lincoln county oregon in two thousand and two what was he doing out earl and do it out and what woman marries this guy and has two children with them i i do not know about his isn't human behavior chest baffling that we would let the guy out ever and then he does come out and right away hey there's a woman ready for him i wanna have your children he surrendered to police in the child sex abuse case and admitted a lot of shane that he needs help and he was going to try to stop hurting the girl but he needs someone to stop him he tried to stop urging the great pled guilty to felony sodomy prosecutors dropped charges of sex abuse as part of a plea agreement he got eight years in prison that's why he was out felony sodomy sex abuse that should have gotten a lot more than he does yeah but now he's he's let out he's an oregon who else did did he do this to what.
Hawaii seafood wholesalers fear Congress could block mainland exports
"Wholesalers supermarkets chefs and restaurants across the continental us those little different levels and different products all toll give us a small profitability our industries very tough seafood wholesalers nationwide average three percent profit in a year but hawaii seafood wholesalers fear congress is about to pull the plug on that business both the senate and house have considered legislation call the billfish conservation act that would stop exports of hawaii caught billfish to the mainland it's a major part of what we export out on the state florida representative darren soto says the goal is to preserve fishing and pacific waters and prevent largescale commercial fishing of bill but federal regulators say pacific billfish stocks are managed effectively and don't need added protection hawaii seafood wholesalers say the measures don't make sense there's a lot of people behind this wildcard resource that we have access to that away they all hurt they all suffer that hurts the us flag fishermen here part of the revenue they're counting on their yearly sales comes from billfish the senate version of the bill passed a committee that included senator bryan shots then the full senate the house measure was just heard by the house subcommittee on natural resources go ice congressional delegation has not offered comments on either bill jim mendoza hawaii news now boy that former maui county democratic party chair troy hushing multo to the house seat previously occupied by former representative joe sookie sookie resigned last month as part of a settlement over sexual harassment complaints against him hashimoto was maui county's democratic party chair for four years learning more of on a deadly mid air engine explosion on boorda's southwest airlines flight the latest on what happened next check in with our daniel tucker of four car crash just clear here on one of the freeway was on the left shoulder certainly slow the traffic down in the fort shafter flats is starting to move his less congested up on the viaduct and coming into honolulu the we've got stop and go traffic from the city and county traffic management center i'm danielle tucker we'll be back after this stuck in traffic we've got the answer no no incidents reported the last accident was on the lua freeway westbound at the halava interchange and that may be h one the quicker route to i got a couple of roadwork reminders farrington southbound in nanakuli is going to be completely closed tonight from nanakuli avenue to piliokahi from nine pm to four am repaving traffic will be contract and the polly will be closed again overnight tonight town bound.
"shafter" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"This is your source for breaking news emails now five thirty hit evening everyone i'm stephanie lum here's a quick look at the day's top headlines amano a homeowner still trying to figure out how to remove the large boulder they came crashing into their patio last night another bowling ball size walked damaged tiles on the roof of a home on color wall street no one was hurt police arrested a suspect in the first hawaiian bank in mckee wildberry it happened yesterday afternoon fifty two year old mitchum castor was booked on first degree robbery charges and twenty nine year old ignacio ruben suspect accused of stabbing a man with appear scissors in more illegally wednesday face the judge today we wins bail is set at eleven thousand dollars he's due back in court next week from the studio let's take you up cyprus check of our traffic and our danielle tucker functioning signal near moral to our shopping center nemesis by valkenburg and the crew is there to make the repairs that got a lot of traffic coming into the in the fort shafter flats in it is solid to the punahou exit good news heading out to the west side we're off the viaduct and this is of course nimitz coming out of downtown you still have to deal with some pretty heavy traffic lotta sun let's go to a whole different world this'll be the windward side head and from the city and county who's traffic management center i'm daniel tucker let's handed over to meteorologist jennifer robbins with our first forecast and danielle on the windward side we're tracking a line of thunderstorms right now that will impact the windward side within the next couple of hours also the bulk of the.
"shafter" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Right when you agree you don't really really see you don't see shafter anything now he's insanely good looking guys that are in awesome shape and they do dances and you know it's the right about time everything's pretty cool yeah but the thing that i found most enlightening was the women there how dick crazy they are i'm no no no no all wait a minute i've been to a thou in my life now thousands strip clubs win the girls come out guys don't stand up and start yelling and grab it for their butts and there's some package touching there's none of that going on at a male strip club we will get thrown out for that kind of on if not an chippendale show these are like all over it's crate guys don't let your girls go to these shows they might get pregnant oh hus well first of all it's just like going one direction concert only ten years later never seen anything like that at a wonder actually well i've never been to one direction concert but i did go to many jonas brothers concerts and it's the same exact energy the mass hysteria of girls being around other girls that are equally hysterical in a great way it's it's they were not inappropriately groping these guys the guys willing it sounded like they wanted to well like i said it sounds just like that at a jonas brothers concert it's a cool production i could see how every bachelorette party was going there but it was just the girls behavior the.
"shafter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Genesis fourteen and which is a really fascinating shafter because you have this war taking place i it's really a a war nothern kingdoms and this is of course all in the middle east but you have this five king coalition battling this coalition but they have to travel along the jordan river to get south to get to this this southern coalition to go defeat these countries that rebelled against them who were supposed to be paying tribute to them every year and they decide to not pay tribute one year and so now it's caused war because they weren't paying their protection money and the way the giants are involved in that chapter is that in order for courtesy alomar the leader of this coalition that was going to essentially go discipline their subjects he had to travel through this area that was infested with different giant nations and so the they receive the referendums the eamon does enzo means and they're described repeatedly as being giants as being other giants as being as tall as the anneke and so clearly by this time this is this in the days of abraham the giants are all over the promised land so again it sounds like at a certain point the planet is just crawling with giants so then the question becomes and i guess i'm asking this somewhat rhetorically where is the evidence where are these bones where are these giant skeletons sure agree question well i think that that that that question is really chew part so the we we talked about the preflood world i think that when you look again at ezekiel thirty one and thirty two and i think thirty one in particular it's describes the flood and is he gonna thirty two which references giants being in the abyss of hell presently their bodies and their weapons i think that they were all actually sucks down into the abyss supernet likes supernatural a world pool or some means so their bodies would not be found readily or their skeletons rather and as for the host flood giants i think that.