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Ukriane:Possible new agreement on Mariupol corridor

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Ukriane:Possible new agreement on Mariupol corridor

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"south eastern" Discussed on Hack

Hack

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"south eastern" Discussed on Hack

"Are your thoughts there. Yeah look i think anything to get people to have the jabal. I think he's going to be positive. You know we we just want to encourage people to go out there and get vaccinated so whether it's a stick whether it's a carrot whether it's a mixture of both you know i think ultimately will be supportive of whichever misery. A nice defected in which gets the job done because we we honestly think that you know. We're going to have to live with these bars and the way to do that. The vaccination is one of the most powerful tools that we've got to be able to stop to liberty sparse over the next five years. Just really quickly. Governments are really reluctant to mandate vaccines across industries. And they leaving it up to companies to do these like yourself. How do you feel about the government's inaction there yeah we. We almost predicted that we knew it's such a sensitive topic and and governments tend to to saw away from that and you know i think ultimately it's a big later she's in my mind and we did expect that and we're just now encouraging you know most businesses to to step up and and i think it is their responsibility as possible business to make sure we're trying to implement the raw things to take right. Bright mitchell from intrepid travel. Thanks so much for you. Time high wow earthquake or a structural thing that was that was a big one. I'd still trimmer. That's triple jack. My favorite name today is a picture of dan andrews on the phone saying unleash the earthquake. Tv clear that is not what caused an earthquake and lots of aftershocks in victoria and across south eastern australia today. It was one of the largest earthquakes australia and a few hundred years texting. Did you feel the earthquake where you want. Wanna know the weirdest situation to do with the earthquake and how it's affected you for three nine seven five seven triple five adam. Pascal is chief scientist at the seismology research center. Thanks for coming on the show. Why was there an earthquake. We have enough to worry about at the moment. Yes we do but some of these things are out of control is just a normal. Tectonic persident unpredictable as always But the it was fairly significant is as you started. The largest earthquake in victoria in recorded history. Why did this happen to begin with what caused it so quite an effect of distress. That's building up now. Plight that we're on we're on a teutonic fight in the middle of tectonic light that's being pushed around and squeeze stress builds up in the rock and then when the contact anymore it breaks and that's the earthquake. It's pretty crazy to say how. Spain felt across victoria obviously but pots sydney. Tasmania south australia. How does that kind of earthquakes spread to such a lodge area. It's a unique factor. All part of the world so australia is a fairly stable continental region. So it's all called rock really hard. So transmits energy a lot further than in other places where you have earthquakes more often. So if a magnitude five point night could in california or an invasion it certainly wouldn't be felt out to hundreds and hundreds of kilometers like it has been in australia. So it's just the factor of where we are emergency services as saying that they could be aftershocks for wakes raven months. What is your advice if you feel the shaking undo fate again because i think a lot of people will quote of god today. Yeah i mean. We have earthquakes often enough to be top of mind but what people need to remember to do is drop cover and hold on that means get down get under a table and hold on while there is strong shaking and shaking finishes then you can get out from under now. The main thing is to protect yourself from falling debris which is what causes most injuries and deaths so protect yourself done run out into the street. There could be as we saw today. Bricks cutting off buildings and hurting you stay where you are get undercover be prepared. Yeah adam on that. It's interesting that some buildings which is totally unfazed but in the same area like down the road Wolves have come down. How a different buildings of more susceptible to damage so all the buildings when engineered four considering earthquake at all so we have a lot of all stock abilities in all of them. I just cities that have unreal forced masonry basically brick walls than actually tied to the buildings. So once you start shaking those. I will just fall away from the building as we saw today whereas mo modern buildings have got sufficient designed in them to to withstand that sort of shaking. I didn't before we let you go. Are they chances. There could be more earthquakes aside from the aftershocks from this one. Is there any way to predict that in australia. There's no way of predicting it but we do have that forecast idea of once we've seen in event. There is an increased likelihood of further. As we've seen from the the aftershocks that are happening every few minutes still and there is an increased chance all equivalent lodger of events but as time goes on that Luckily diminishes its white and see seeing unfortunately hack on triple j. That is adam pascal. Who was the chief scientist at the seismology research center. Thanks so much for listening to this episode. I'll catch next time..

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"south eastern" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

This Week in Agriculture

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"south eastern" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Fifteen others. That aborted cavs in late july cattle grazing on rented pasture in the era would national wildlife refuge located thirty miles north of the jamestown area. North dakota state university extension veterinarian. Dr gerald staka was on the scene. This is a significant loss. And really. that's the only if you wanna talk about objective clinical signs that were other than the abortions observations. It was made and looking at these calls. It looked like they died over short period of time maybe perhaps over forty eight hour period. A reward of up to forty thousand dollars being offered for information that leads to the case being solved. Usda is raised the twenty twenty one farm income forecast farmers will likely generate one hundred thirteen billion dollars. That's an increase of nineteen percent from twenty twenty net cash. Farm income is forecast one hundred and thirty four point seven billion dollars. That's an increase of twenty one percent from last year. Usda chief economist. Seth meyers says these levels have not been seen since two thousand thirteen and twenty fourteen. I liked the strength. I wish it was more broad based in terms of the commodity. But i liked this train. I think that we were kind of looking at east another year of pretty good and pretty causative demands for us agricultural commodities kind of those bulk agricultural commodities. But i'm all. I'm a cautious guy. So i'd like to see a bit more broad based and You know i worry about the folks. In the west. Suffering drought government payments to farmers are expected to drop by thirty nine percent. The white house is forecasting consumer prices to be up four point eight percent during the fourth quarter. That's more than double the two percent bump in consumer prices in the may report federal reserve chairman Jerome powell believes the increased. Inflation is a temporary situation and can be addressed with tighter monetary supplies. The house delayed a vote on the one trillion dollar infrastructure bill until the end of the month to focus on the and a half trillion dollar budget. Reconciliation package american soybean association. President kevin scott who farms in south eastern. South dakota said that reconciliation. Bill includes language that is not favorable for agriculture. Are the things that concerns us. Most there they're gonna use agriculture's stepped up basis loss to fund those things and that would be a critical issue with With farmers in small business people in the united states as to how are we going to fund How are we going to fund that infrastructure Build and and we're very concerned that it'll be on farmers backs and It'll affect our Survivability into the next generation our heirs. we'll have to sell part of the factory. Basically to pay the tax bill and that it's just not acceptable and scott says it's important for the country to invest in infrastructure but asa does not support bad tax policy. Federal court in arizona has vacated the navigable waters protection rule that was implemented during the trump administration. North dakota farm bureau public policy director. Pete hannah-beth said this ruling just creates more uncertainty for farmers and ranchers. It's going to be hard for us to no pun intended to navigate. What's going what we do going forward and an awful lot of An attorneys are going to be getting paid well to try to figure out where we go from here. And due to hurricane ida the mississippi river remains closed from baton rouge to the gulf coast. Barges are moving on other parts of the lower mississippi but restricted to daylight hours grain terminal still assessing damage but work has been influenced by power outages and the availability of labor being limited as a look at farm news this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan cap off your summer with the western minnesota steam thrashers reunion labor day weekend in rome log minnesota this year.

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"south eastern" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"south eastern" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"With tropical rainstorm on removing farther and farther off the coast of South eastern New England. We've got a good deal sunshine to enjoy the center fairly typical late August, whether very warm and sticky I've 87 to 92 cooling sea breeze at most short points highs in the mid eighties, warm and humid tonight Clear Low 67 to 72. You can't be tomorrow. Good deal. Sunshine High 89 to 94 again a little bit cooler at the shore, but then still hunting here. But on Thursday Sunshine some late day class for the bones Part brain free. Can't Mlada straight thunderstorm late Thursday afternoon and evening 90 to 95 eighties at the shore, probably a better chance for thunderstorms to later Friday for the Edison heating and cooling weather desk. Bob Larson in deal. It's 89/84 del Ran 89 fast traffic and instant whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey 101.5. New Jersey weather brought to you by Keystone Roofing and siding. Is your roof leaking or showing signs of age? Don't wait till it's too late called Keystone Roofing, inciting for free evaluation. Master elite experts in G F Timberline HDZ, the best selling single. Call now. 73732637 83 101 call Does it all New Jersey? One on 1.5 our own radio station in New York, Not Philadelphia. Proud to be New Jersey. You journey 1 to 1.5 Easy support. Got myself out of Beirut once. I think I can get out of New Jersey. Yeah. Don't be so sure. Others have tried and failed the entire population..

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"south eastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Speed as well. My king WBC's traffic on the threes well for the rest of the weekend. If you've got plans outside, definitely plan to bring some cool drinks. If you're outside, it's going to be getting to about 90 degrees both weekend. Days, and there is a chance we could see some showers and storms, especially in the afternoon and early evening hours, but again, pushing 90 tomorrow and Sunday, both days north and west of Boston. If you've got a Cape weekend planned, however, it's not going to be quite that warm forecast here says sixties maybe seventies for most of South Eastern Mass, live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Mm hmm. But the full forecast coming up in less than 10 minutes. Brian Thompson taking us through the weekend. That's just ahead at 7 23. But right now in the city of Boston, it's partly cloudy as we make our way towards sunset. 77 degrees at 7 15. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. And here the five things you need to know. State of Massachusetts tonight, confirming 400 new covert 19 cases. Seven day average positivity rate slightly up tonight at 1.5% Crystal County Sheriff Tom Hodgson, saying the White House is putting Americans in danger after Homeland security. Terminated its ice contract with his office Governor Baker saying the state's vaccine pre registration system is shutting down at the end of the month, and Senator Ed Markey says the Weymouth compressor, in his words should not be operating this after it was shut down for the fourth time in less than one year yesterday. Boston police looking into a shooting near downtown crossing this afternoon happened right around 1, 45 bolts and police confirming to WBZ. One person was shot. You were brought to.

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Over 1,800 inmates escape Nigeria prison after gunmen attack

Here and Now

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Over 1,800 inmates escape Nigeria prison after gunmen attack

"Say more than 1800 inmates have escaped from a prison in the South eastern town of a wary after it was attacked by gunmen. Police accused a band separatist group, The indigenous People of Biafra of carrying out the attack. It is reportedly is it reportedly denied any involvement. Theo

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"south eastern" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Who may Be out to save the work here to me, telling CBS 46 that too, or rather, CBS 46 found evidence of at least one couple traveling from Alabama and to Carroll County to head to a public store to a pharmacy there. Get their vaccine. The store said there were no restrictions on who could get the vaccine. The state V of Governor Kemp's office is taking a look at the practice, but they say they're allowing the public health Department. To make any kind of firm decisions. There's no mandate right now on whether out of state folks can get that vaccine Wdun news time. 6 33 company officials saying a new manufacturing plant and Barrow County plans to hire just over 200 people in the very near future. Governor's office, releasing a statement Friday, saying that Spring Mountain Center is setting up a $45 million manufacturing plant near Wind ER Ah local train museum heading down a fast track to the future. That's the name of a new campaign launched by the South Eastern Railway Museum in Duluth. They're hoping to expand and improve their exhibits, including their first significant display of historic locomotives. One of their most famous cars on exhibit carried President Warren Harding on a cross current country tour in 1923. I also want to expand in order to educate the public on the impact of transportation in the country. The $1 million goal. They have law also helped to build classrooms to host school groups. That South Eastern Railway Museum is just off Buford Highway one mile south of downtown Duluth. You know festivals in north Georgia have really been few and far between in the year since the covert pandemic has gripped the region. Officials in the Alpine village of Helen. Though determined to move forward with the annual Fasching events, Sharon Hart is is one of the organizer's place. Bring people Helen Let her appreciate our favorable Alpine village and say Thank you flashing, celebrated in Austria, Bavaria and.

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"south eastern" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WSB-AM

"From the polls Closing. Here's the deal, though, if you were in line at the polls When they close at seven. You are holy cow breaking news. Longoria, give me that breaking news Sounder buddy right now. Did you just see that I did not Christmas Ham is the greatest news director in news director. History just rolled in a cart of Chick fil a Like a cart. I'll be right back. Like there was so much food. He could just like a card of chick fil A. I'm getting all broken up about that was very exciting of mine. That's right. Little skinny Longoria. Anyway. What is that saying? Oh, yeah. If you're in line at seven, you get to vote, so don't get out of line. Your vote is very important. Here's what I think on bringing Charles Thomas the third from the revenue again dot com, and I posted this poll on Twitter this morning on what folks thinks they're gonna happen on the run offs today, both Republicans when both Democrats win or a split decision right now. Both Republicans win Has 36.3%. Both Democrats went at 32.2% split decision as 31.5% so very tight pole. I think we're going to see a split decision tonight. Chuck. That's that's the way I'm leaning on this. The early assessment this morning and through the afternoon Woz Looks good for Purdue. The OSS the la Flor Warnock races, the toss up and they could see a Purdue win and a war, not Quinn. That's That's what I think is that that was the likeliest of scenarios that was bandied around again. It depends on how the turnout isn't a bunch of these North and South Eastern counties. But, um yeah, that's Now this morning, so I missed a lot because I was in bed. I was sleeping from like 11 A.m. to three PM so I missed a lot of was going on the mid day. But this morning I reached out to a Democratic operatives. I have contact you and they seem very optimistic this morning, but that was it like 10 A.m.. But I think you know because they saw the lines at the polls early on, and that was a good sign for them. They thought in the democratic districts, but I think that was gone. After that, once the people that were in line early things really calm down throughout the middle of the day, and maybe we'll see a bump. In the evening here, I think, Doug said he certainly saw things pick up a 2 P.m.. Maybe folks were waiting. But typically Charles Thomas, the third the day of election voters are heavily Republican s. So there's lines. I'm getting pictures from police officers that are patrolling the lot. He's pulling it is and there's a huge line still line so I don't know if we're gonna have an answer tonight on who wins either of the races or both of them. But that's what my Twitter again. It's my Twitter audience. This is not a scientific poll, but it seems, you know, 36% say a Republican sweep. 32% say, Democratic sweep sweep 31.5% say a split decision. I'm leaning toward a split. I think we're going to see a split on the ticket. I think Eric yesterday made a good Erick Erickson, the host of Atlantis. Evening news. I don't know if you knew that Longoria. On. Thanks for telling me made a good point about South Georgia on the black farmer vote. No, I don't know how many black farmers air in south Georgia, but apparently they are font of David Perdue and Sonny Perdue because of what they did for the hurricane cleanup in the funds that were able to get them. I don't know how big a voting bloc that is. I've never gotten off of I 70 well. I got off the 75 in Valdosta a couple times. But other than that, I've never ventured off the interstate in South Florida. So I don't know how many African American farmers there are. But what Eric was saying was making sense. So that's what I mean. No, we got that's all. Yeah. You know, if I had t O wager on this, I think we're going to see a split decision here, which I know in boxing. No one likes that right now. The draw. I guess if you're Republican that you take the draw, right, you'll take the split decision and keep the power that sounded ends up. 51 40 49 McConnell Still Yeah, he's still the thing. What are the chances? I'm going to throw this against the wall and run because of new book closed It Z? Yeah, It's a split decision tonight, right? Right. What What President Trump is doing. Inferior eights, some of the more centric Republican senators like Markowski or Collins. What if they say you know what I'm.

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"south eastern" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"south eastern" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Fred i saw an interesting list this week. And i and i wanted to run it by you because <hes>. Just listening to you over the years. I know that you would have had a heart attack a few hurt. Somebody recommend this list but a gentleman wrote in too. I'm not even going to say what the specific website is. But it's a website that deals with trees and he wrote in and he said i have a patio faces west. I just built it but it was so hot this summer. I need some quick shade. Can you suggest some fast growing trees that we give me shade. And they made a list of twelve fast growing trees. But i think they just picked fast growing trees. They didn't really think about what is right. And what is not right for. Someone's lawn and i know that you agree or disagree with some of these trees. So i thought we'd go down through the list of fast growing shade trees and you could give me your opinion on them. I'd be happy to do that. Marquette and of course. I will have certain bias but the same time it's usually based on horticultural appropriateness. So let's go down through the list and see what happens. I'll try to avoid the heart attack for okay well. This is the time of year when people are thinking about this kind of thing because they know what happened this past summer they want get ready for it in the spring so the first fast growing shade tree. They recommended was quaking aspen. What do you think of that one <hes>. If you're down. South eastern ohio in coal mine soy oils that are acidic and nasty and so on and near a pond for water. I'd say the quaking aspen. It's fine. I don't know of many in the central ohio area very very very matter of fact i only know of one home <hes>. That that tree was used. It happens to be located in a spot. That was good for it and good for the property. So yeah one out of a thousand. That's that's my thought on the quaking. Aspen kind of wasting your money on that one. How about the northern catava. well no <hes>. A friend of mine. who is now deceased. Half with a started inauguration that was directly opposed to the use of qatar place l. l. rest in peace but at the same time <hes>. It's not a bad tree in in. I'm going to call it a back forty <hes>. We as a kid. I called it an indian cigar tree. <hes> it's not all bad however many people even though the plant is beautiful in flower. It's as long as it's in somebody else's yard because when the pedals drop it makes one heck of a mess on the lawn <hes>. I would say for limited use only now. The tree grows. Well here <hes>. It just isn't one. That's up to par for the normal landscape so okay but took careful where you put it. As long as it's three three doors away in the neighborhood <hes>. You're okay okay. I'm thinking those two nose so far the hackenbury tree. We're not heck. I mixed emotions about the native and the native is is a good tree. here <hes>. Very sturdy very very big very very everything except that a couple of insect problems and then it's it's basic growth can be a little bit ordinary however the native tree and there are some cultivars coming along that i've been now somewhat time-tested so where when you're stuck for a sturdy tree that can handle the clay garbage that that ohio turns out in weatherwise on akber is okay with or or from the standpoint. Some of the new cultivars the native no because among other things it has a little insect problem. It doesn't hurt the tree but the insect is so small that can come through the normal house screens on the window and <hes>. Most of sick and make the housewife pretty angry. So i would be careful with a native but at the same time i'm looking forward to it coming into the future <hes>. As a a really well-chosen tree for our nasty soils okay. what about the <hes>. Red sunset maple. Well i have mixed emotions on you <hes>. I know that if it's on its own route and it's planted in the right place it's going to be okay and then the color i mean it's chosen for its color however it's a fairly fast growing three and <hes>. I am somewhat opposed to the grafting of trees anymore. Now it's a good way for production. But i don't like it for the future health of the tree but as far as red sunset is concerned. I put on make okay list. But i wouldn't use it for a wealth for this gentleman's shade and fast growth. I wouldn't trust the tree to give me shade on the patio period of a longtime <hes>. And from that west zone okay <hes>. Well i'm about

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Fred rates fast growing trees

Your Gardening Questions

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Fred rates fast growing trees

"Fred i saw an interesting list this week. And i and i wanted to run it by you because Just listening to you over the years. I know that you would have had a heart attack a few hurt. Somebody recommend this list but a gentleman wrote in too. I'm not even going to say what the specific website is. But it's a website that deals with trees and he wrote in and he said i have a patio faces west. I just built it but it was so hot this summer. I need some quick shade. Can you suggest some fast growing trees that we give me shade. And they made a list of twelve fast growing trees. But i think they just picked fast growing trees. They didn't really think about what is right. And what is not right for. Someone's lawn and i know that you agree or disagree with some of these trees. So i thought we'd go down through the list of fast growing shade trees and you could give me your opinion on them. I'd be happy to do that. Marquette and of course. I will have certain bias but the same time it's usually based on horticultural appropriateness. So let's go down through the list and see what happens. I'll try to avoid the heart attack for okay well. This is the time of year when people are thinking about this kind of thing because they know what happened this past summer they want get ready for it in the spring so the first fast growing shade tree. They recommended was quaking aspen. What do you think of that one If you're down. South eastern ohio in coal mine soy oils that are acidic and nasty and so on and near a pond for water. I'd say the quaking aspen. It's fine. I don't know of many in the central ohio area very very very matter of fact i only know of one home That that tree was used. It happens to be located in a spot. That was good for it and good for the property. So yeah one out of a thousand. That's that's my thought on the quaking. Aspen kind of wasting your money on that one. How about the northern catava. well no A friend of mine. who is now deceased. Half with a started inauguration that was directly opposed to the use of qatar place l. l. rest in peace but at the same time It's not a bad tree in in. I'm going to call it a back forty We as a kid. I called it an indian cigar tree. it's not all bad however many people even though the plant is beautiful in flower. It's as long as it's in somebody else's yard because when the pedals drop it makes one heck of a mess on the lawn I would say for limited use only now. The tree grows. Well here It just isn't one. That's up to par for the normal landscape so okay but took careful where you put it. As long as it's three three doors away in the neighborhood You're okay okay. I'm thinking those two nose so far the hackenbury tree. We're not heck. I mixed emotions about the native and the native is is a good tree. here Very sturdy very very big very very everything except that a couple of insect problems and then it's it's basic growth can be a little bit ordinary however the native tree and there are some cultivars coming along that i've been now somewhat time-tested so where when you're stuck for a sturdy tree that can handle the clay garbage that that ohio turns out in weatherwise on akber is okay with or or from the standpoint. Some of the new cultivars the native no because among other things it has a little insect problem. It doesn't hurt the tree but the insect is so small that can come through the normal house screens on the window and Most of sick and make the housewife pretty angry. So i would be careful with a native but at the same time i'm looking forward to it coming into the future As a a really well-chosen tree for our nasty soils okay. what about the Red sunset maple. Well i have mixed emotions on you I know that if it's on its own route and it's planted in the right place it's going to be okay and then the color i mean it's chosen for its color however it's a fairly fast growing three and I am somewhat opposed to the grafting of trees anymore. Now it's a good way for production. But i don't like it for the future health of the tree but as far as red sunset is concerned. I put on make okay list. But i wouldn't use it for a wealth for this gentleman's shade and fast growth. I wouldn't trust the tree to give me shade on the patio period of a longtime And from that west zone okay Well i'm about

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"south eastern" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"south eastern" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thanksgiving holiday presented by Medicare. Welcome back to the Thanksgiving special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. We've been talking to Steve Weeden and historian of the Mashpee Weapon out Drive, which was the group of Native Americans that sat with the pilgrims for what we call the first Thanksgiving. And we heard that for almost a century before the pilgrims came Relations with the Europeans they had met had been terrible Explorers traders would be settlers have been murdering members the tribe or taking them a slaves. And despite all this, the Wampanoags are still willing to talk peace with these new people and part because weakened by the yellow fever. They're being attacked by the Narragansett tribe, and they're trying to survive and also in the Pilgrim's part. They were completely unprepared for New England winter. Many of them have died. So that first Thanksgiving is more kind of like Almost a political Coming together for for each side's own survival. Americus is in the walk in ox were, you know they had skirmishes, especially along territorial boundaries. Where the Wampanoag get that period of time l'd West, the Blackstone River as the Western boundary. Eastern shore of the Narragansett Bay and the Providence River was considered the boundary and then you know the Cape and Islands, all of South Eastern Mass. The Merrimack to the North was part of walking dog area where we all spoke the same language with that, you know the skirmishes between the narrow dances. There was You know, tension between them. We had been just made it. Roughly two thirds of our population was taken out by the yellow fever. And because of that, Um, we didn't need to make alliances. It was a strategic move. But that first treaty was signed in the spring of 16 21, So it was after they first arrived. Several months after they first arrived. It wasn't done right away in that time surrounding NATO's would observe them and see how they were making out. But It wasn't like they teach on the books where we stood on the shore in and welcome them with open arms that that's very much not the case. I would imagine that there would be a lot of controversy within the tribe about whether to trust these people who had attacked and enslaved them. I mean, this is That this must have been Kind of almost like the divisive politics that we have in the country today. Just deciding Well, yeah, maybe better for us for survival. But the other hand, can we trust them? The other side, maybe even having the same conversation. This is This is really a matter more of power politics than it is anything else on that decision had to be weighed very heavily amongst the tribes. In our way the station master saw it. That wasn't a name. That was the title the message. So it is the supreme leader of the nation. So he would he would go into counsel with all this advisors and people that he confided in which would be other chiefs and spiritually ders. And, you know, I'm sure it was a very difficult decision to make. To approach and align themselves with the folks from Plymouth Colony, the Mayflower, But it was a strategic move to preserve the you know they were observed with having brought over their women and Children, and we realized that you know they were setting up camp in. They were Trying to leave. They were actually establishing themselves in the production area, so we decided to align with them and you know the ship's kept coming more and more of them continue to arrive, and it didn't grow. This all goes relatively well for a while. But within 50 years it ends in King What's called King Philip's War, which is in terms of percentage of population. One of the bloodiest wars in American history. Even though it's one of those words that you never hear about in school, the 1st 50 years it was peace, peaceful time after they signed that treaty. And 16 16 21 and under Master saw it. They were able to keep good relations and help each other. But come 16 75. Massasoit had died in the sun. His son met a common taken over as the leader and a spokesperson for the chart before the Wampanoag nation. You know, in the 50 years, they saw that the colonists, Uh there was a lot of untruth and they didn't all pulled their end of the bargain, and they continue to Encroach upon Indian territory. There was constant conflict, the dealings where they did interact and was very one sided where court did not. Rule in favor of the natives. They typically always ruled in favor of the Europeans and you know impeded upon our cultures. Our traditions are a way of life. And was constantly imposing new sets of laws and things that they expected Native Americans to it here, too, and that tension grew to the point where they and Resulted in the King Philip's War, which was the blood bloodiest war on record in the United States. You know, obviously the back story on all of this, we could go on for more than we have time for. But this story ends up being told in a one sided way because the Thanksgiving story was cold, mainly from European sources. So we get a one sided version. So I'm going back to where we started. You're a kid and school and Thanksgiving is being taught one way. And you know some of this back history. And you said that some of the students were sympathetic. And and why did they hear this? But the teachers not so much. What was that? Like for you? And what was it like for? Other members of the Wampanoag tribe in school. So it was constant tension because, like I said, my parents brought us up in a way that you know, I don't just believe everything that teaches a telling you. You know, question question them on on things. And so in doing so, you know, it was often times where you know, I actually get in trouble for, um you know, arguing are disrupting the class is they put it Um, you know, and not allowing the teacher too. Tell things the way he had been instructed on he had learned, and, you know, so often times, my parents, I would go back and tell my parents that they would end up Asking and scheduling a meeting to talk with the teachers and Then they would engage with them and explain things in more clarity. You know, from an adult perspective and You know, there was always reluctance to, um Take them for their word. You know, they would always date that you know, these airs cited materials that they learn from and you know they were educated at degrees and things but You know, entering misconceptions and Miss truce? It does nobody justice if you're going to tell history than it should be done accurately to defect of the full picture of what actually happened. Lot of a lot of history has been romanticized and swayed to the side of the colonists and in the Europeans that everything thereafter was not done in the best interest of keeping good relations or Observing the intricacies of native culture that had been sustained for thousands of years. The way of life that was here. Never. We didn't is tribal historic preservation officer for the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe and David. Thank you for being with us. And for people to hear the other side of the Thanksgiving story. Appreciate it. Thank you for having me and allowing us to tell our side of the story and clear up a lot of the misconceptions. The years that followed were very impressive. And, you know, even today we still fight for our apparition, All rights and Hunting and fishing and our ability to sustainably live in our own way and fighting for self governance as well. After 400 years. This is the Thanksgiving special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. Too right now.

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Atlanta Weather: Brief light showers Sunday morning

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Atlanta Weather: Brief light showers Sunday morning

"Light showers linger into Sunday morning low 62 then becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon tomorrow with a high of 75 Partly cloudy Monday Low 61 High 78, the National Weather Service, just issuing a significant weather advisory for north bolting Cobb, Clayton, South Eastern Cherokee, two cabs southwestern for Seif, southwestern Gwinnett, Northern Henry and South Fulton County's until seven o'clock with some very heavy rain in these areas and 40 mile per hour winds. 66 degrees on Peachtree Street. It's 6 35. I'm Jennifer Perry

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"For weeks, young Nigerians have been out in the streets, protesting police violence and a lack of economic opportunity. And then on Tuesday night in Lagos, the military shot at them and killed 12 people. NPR's Africa correspondent Peter Peralta has been following this story from Nairobi. The governor of Legos somewhat hollow tried to calm tensions yesterday, saying he had ordered an investigation into the actions of security forces. I wantto once again. And passionately from detect off my heart, a pew toe active in Eudes. You are Protestants that please. Peace. A A chance. chance. But But the the governor governor also also said said protesters protesters had had not not been been killed. killed. Even Even as as he he spoke, spoke, his his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations grabbing furniture cabinets. Setting those are Missy International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in a number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial memorial video video mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"That please. Peace. A chance. But the governor also said protesters had not been killed. Even as he spoke, his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations, grabbing furniture cabinets setting those on Amnesty International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in the number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial. memorial. You You mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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2 million stillbirths every year, pandemic might worsen toll

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

2 million stillbirths every year, pandemic might worsen toll

"And new Tonight, the World Health Organization and partners say there are about two million stillbirths every year. That comes from its first ever global estimates of this, the U. N Health agency says tonight that last year three and four stillbirths Still took place in sub Saharan Africa or South Eastern Asia. The report warns that the ongoing pandemic could go could worsen the global toll hear it estimates that a 50% reduction in health services during the pandemic could result in an additional 200,000 still births in the next year in developing nations

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"south eastern" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WTOP

"He was always willing to lend a helping hand at one another. The GOP convention in North Carolina has been linked to some Corona virus cases. CBS's Jim Krystle, a two delegates and to support people who attended the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, have tested positive for covert 19, according to the Mecklenburg County Health Department. Monday was the only day of the four day convention that was held in person in Charlotte, the original host. Those who tested positive were immediately isolated. The sex scandal surrounding Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife seems to be expanding CBS's Jurika Duncan with the latest It's the latest salacious headline involving the Falwell's This Time of former Liberty University student tells politico that Becky Falwell performed oral sex on him in 2008. Earlier this week, Jerry Falwell Jr did acknowledge that his wife had an affair with a different man. Giancarlo Granda, then 20 year old pool attendant, he says his wife meant at the fountain Blue Hotel in Miami Beach. She invited me back to the hotel room. It was very good end to the week on Wall Street up 161 points. The Dow erased the losses of the year. NASDAQ gained 70 points today. This is CBS News. We interrupt this program because of a local weather. Emergency important information will follow. We interrupt this program to activate the emergency alert system for the Washington DC metropolitan operational area because of a local weather emergency. The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia, has issued a flash flood warning for the southeastern District of Columbia, West Central Prince George's county, Arlington County, the South eastern city of Falls Church, East, Central Fairfax County and the city of Alexandria. This is until 2 a.m. at just before 10 o'clock. Doppler radar showed thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the area. Up to two inches of rain have already fallen. Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible over the next couple of hours in the warning area. Flash flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly. Life threatening flash flooding here. Heavy rain producing flash flooding some of the locations expected to experience this flooding include Arlington, Alexandria, Annandale, Springfield, Washington Forest, Ville, Fort Belvoir, Nationals Park, Gallaudet University, Reagan National Crystal City. Clinton and Falls Church again. Flash Flood Warning is now in effect until two o'clock a m. For the following areas southeastern D C. West Central Prince George's County, Arlington County, the city of Falls Church, East, Central Fairfax County and the city of Alexandria. The flash flood warning in effect until 2 A.m.. And let's take you live now to Mike Stanford. He's with storm team for he'll tell us more about where the rain is where it's headed, and why we're dealing with additional flash flooding tonight, Mike and Good evening to make sure you have that area that's worn now showing heavy rain is more heavy Rain moving in Over the next 30 Minutes. Effective band of Very strong thunderstorms just below severe limits down was a 40 to 50 miles an hour stretch from Burke southward along I 95 always afraid of spark. This activity stretches westward all the way to Culpepper. This is all going to move over the flashlight warned area over the next 30 to 45 minutes, creeks and streams will rise rapidly and roads will be flooded. So a flash flood watch continues until four in the morning, and we're still seeing bands of heavy rain stretching back in the West Virginia. That's gotta come across the region and the trees by the flashlight watch has been issued for the area and more flash flooding will continue over the next several hours, and I'll be back in just about a minute or two. With your complete forecast Much appreciated. Mike. Stay with your weather alert Station W. T. O P. For all the latest tonight. We appreciate you staying to even during challenging times like we're.

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Despite Widespread Pain, Economy Remains Strong Selling Point For Trump

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Despite Widespread Pain, Economy Remains Strong Selling Point For Trump

"The president's approval rating remains low. He gets higher marks on the economy than other issues. That's true. Even now with almost thirty million people collecting unemployment benefits as Republicans focus on opportunity at they're convention the economy remains. One of the president's strongest selling points. NPR's Scott horsely reports. It takes a certain amount of Hooda campaign on your economic record when the unemployment rate is in double digits but that's exactly what president trump's been doing. You see the kind of numbers that were putting up there unbelievable best job numbers ever three months more jobs in the last three months before in boasting about the big job gains in May June and July trump conveniently omits the historic job losses. In March and April so far the US has recovered less than half the jobs that disappeared this spring this morning new numbers showing the worst unemployment rate since the Great Depression a staggering number and the worst since the Great Depression worse than anything we have seen since the Great Depression ordinarily a recession like this would be crippling for a president seeking reelection look at what happened to George H W Bush back in Nineteen ninety-two despite his popularity after winning the first Gulf, War Bush's economic approval rating plummeted to just eighteen percent during what was in hindsight a relatively mild recession unemployment that year peaked at seven point eight percent but that was enough to send the president packing. That famous line from Bill, Clinton's adviser James Carville doesn't seem to apply to trump the president's economic approval rating has slipped since the beginning of the year, but it still hovering near fifty percent. So what's going on what's going on is the memory of the economy before the pandemic Republican pollster with air says, many Americans are still judging trump on the economy as it was six months ago before the coronavirus took hold here, it was rolling unemployment was at historic lows. The economy was in great shape before the pandemic killed it presidential approval ratings in general don't swing up or down as much as they used to as Americans have become more locked into rigid partisan attitudes. But Gallup's Lydia Saad also suspects many people are giving trump a pass. When it comes to the economic downturn, they're more concerned about the pandemic NC the economy is just a temporary symptom. SORTA like a hurricane something that's happened is come in it's created all kinds of havoc. But it's going to go away to get back to normal. That's how Mark Schneider sees it. He retired from the Navy after twenty years on nuclear submarines, and now runs an advocacy group for nuclear power. Last week, the S. and P. Five, hundred stock index was heading for a record high Schneider tweeted that the trump economy is unstoppable. The recession he says will soon pass but just steals temporary. Pause Kinda, paused economy as opposed to something mucking the system as he drives around his home of Chesapeake in South Eastern Virginia Schneider is confident that a lot of people feel the same way I? have yet to see a single biden sign in my entire city. I haven't seen a bumper sticker seen anything by him, but there's trump flag flying everywhere. My forecast is, is that trump's gonNA take a single landslide airs the GOP pollster is not so certain despite trump's solid grade on the economy air says, it may not be enough to save the president come November, the corona virus has driven out. Everything else trump's overall approval rating is considerably lower than his economic marks weighed down in part by his handling of the pandemic until there's a solution for the corona virus air says, it's going to be difficult for the economy to come roaring back.

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"south eastern" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Together by scientists, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This year's report finds that 2019 was one of the three hottest years ever recorded on Earth and the long term global warming trend is on full display every year since 2013 has been hotter than any year before 2013. The reason human greenhouse gas emissions. The amount of co two another heat trapping gases in the atmosphere continues to rise in 2019. Climate change made itself felt in particularly damaging ways in the region around the Indian Ocean With unprecedented cyclones, flooding and wildfires looking forward to the rest of 2020. Forecasters warn that the Earth is on track for one of its hottest years ever. Again. Rebecca Hirscher NPR news Asian markets trading higher than Ikea in Japan, up one and 3/4 of a percent. You're listening to NPR news. Authorities are investigating the shooting of a U. S Air Force helicopter on a training mission in Virginia. This week. You H one and Huey Chopper made an emergency landing at a regional airport in Manassas, Virginia, just west of Washington. One crew member was slightly injured. FBI and military investigators are trying to determine if that shooting was intentional. The Big 12 1 of the top college football conferences says is going ahead with plans for its fall season. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The two other top conferences postpone their fall seasons this week because of concerns about the Corona virus. The decisions by the Big 10 and Pac 12 conferences this week to cancel her false seasons created turmoil among athletes, college football fans and even President Trump. Who tweeted play college football. One factor in the decision to defer the season our studies linking covert 19 2 mile card itis, an inflammation of the heart that's reportedly been found in some college athletes. Big 12 released. A scheduled for Shorten 10 game season beginning September 26th is joining the South Eastern Atlantic coastal and the American athletic conferences and going forward with a fall football season. Big 12 6 players will be tested three times per week, and those were found positive will receive EKGs, echocardiograms and cardiac memories before returning to play. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami Stein Mart is filing for bankruptcy and says it will close most if not all of its stores. The 112.

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Isaias Lashes the US East Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Isaias Lashes the US East Coast

"Fine. Debra Rodriguez it's pouring in Britain Mar, Pennsylvania as Tropical Storm Yes races up the East Coast. This woman in great Mills, Maryland, says her backyard has turned into a river. Just watching the water rise. Say yes was a Category one hurricane when it made landfall in Sea Isle Beach, North Carolina. Overnight storm surge in flooding rains prompted high water rescues in north and South Carolina. The storm was far worse at Oak Island, North Carolina than this woman expected. I was just looking out the window. Saw the neighbour's car's flight. It's Alec out the back window and I saw my jeep floating away. Just gone a Espana deadly tornado near the small town of Windsor in northeastern North Carolina. Several other confirmed tornadoes caused widespread damage at North Carolina and South Eastern Virginia. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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"south eastern" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"All right, Laura Trump. Thank you so much on let's talk, you know, but before November once again Okay, So you got it. Thanks so much. Absolutely. Let's get ray stage. It can hear from the weather channel, keeping things just rolling Right along this morning, Mr Stage IQ. We have we have. We changed anything of the spaghetti models Having influence what's happening here? I don't know what they did to me to get advisory, which did come out of eight o'clock this morning on usually don't see too many changes at this point. Strong winds heavy schools in the South eastern Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos and The storm warning states are tropical Storm watches stateside in southeast Florida. 990 millibars. That's central pressure, which stayed the same for the five AM advisory and winds with says that 80 miles per hour but still four test track which takes us dangerously close. It's not right through the outer banks. Sometime late Monday early Tuesday. Timing intensity forecast track Still can All change earlier Casey in case anyone else knew back about on the team and the GFS did kind of edge a little bit further West, if that continues you, basically that Cone shifted back toward the West. But at this point, let's say all interests of the coast, especially of North Carolina, and even South Carolina should be paying attention a little bit closer as we will see. At least some impacts. Question will be is that hurricane force winds is a tropical storm force winds. I think that's all still in play here as we head into early next week for our weather today. Triangle East Heat advisories Low nineties Feels like the one hundreds and spot some isolated showers, Thunderstorms and they become afraid of or widely scattered. Late afternoon and evening tomorrow. Scattered showers. Thunderstorms near or above 90 degrees. Hot human again as we begin August. And on Sunday more sunshine and low nineties were goingto watch from the triangle. If we do see a Jellicle over toward the West early next week, we will have more impact here in the triangle less to try it. With some of the heavier rainfall from stronger winds so tune in to the weekend, Casey and even early next week, we'll have plenty more what will still be around whether we got a tropical storm hurricane still remains to be seen. But That intensity forecasts probably gonna change, especially in a longer range, which means the eastern North Carolina early next week suite will be here to freak out along with the okay that there you go, Ray, stay Jake from the Weather Channel. Jeff Allen Gerard. No, not Jeff Bellenger. I'm so sorry Mr Metaxas joins us from Bloomberg News will chat with him next summer's here. So fire up your grill with.

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Countries Look to Lockdown Again After Easing of Restrictions Sees Coronavirus Cases Soar

Ben Shapiro

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Countries Look to Lockdown Again After Easing of Restrictions Sees Coronavirus Cases Soar

"And the search has been driven by infections in John Ging. In the Northeast Manning province report 1/5 straight day of new infections. Jilin Province reported to new cases. Those were the first since May, Australian authorities have imposed a six week locked down in parts of the South eastern state of Victoria. They said that could last longer. Meanwhile, in Japan, the government said it would urge businesses to ramp up antivirus measures like staggered shifts and embassy. Rates of telecommuting returns levels achieved during an earlier state of emergency. Vietnam is evacuating 80,000 people, 80,000 people. After three residents tested positive this weekend. Read that first living extreme response. Have three cases and you expelled 80,000 people. Again. The notion that this is restricted to America that America is getting hard hit. Basically, here's the deal. No one knows how to stop. The virus virus is growing nearly everywhere. The idea that simply locking down all of society for years on end In order to curb the spread of the virus, which young is not particularly deadly. That's bad policy is bad policy, and it has some real ramifications. I know everybody's pretending that we can simply float cash to vast swaths of people. For insane amount of time. But that is not the way any of this works. At a certain point. The economy is going to get out. You cannot allow this to go on forever. Now there's some good news by the way, and it's news worth noting. The good news is that apparently that a couple of drugs that are going to come online maybe that could really help. There's one drug promoted by scientists at Hebrew University. They are hoping could actually reduce the impact of Corona virus to that of the common cold. That would obviously be a huge winner. Basically using anti inflammatories. We'll see. If that happens In the meantime, this notion we're gonna lock down forever. It just ain't in the cards is not gonna happen.

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"south eastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To 1930 countries coming apart at the seams. For a whole bunch of reasons, and I want to talk about it. And I hope for any in Brighton does as well really. You're next on nightside. Welcome home. Hey, Dan, how you doing? I'm doing just great. Ready? What is your take on any of the topics we really appreciate you taking because two best friends that I grew up with one haven't seen a long time. When I talked to both us marshals only. And only a kid from Brighton I went to B. C. I would have to U S. Marshal Price we got jammed. I want to see him go to Portland. A cz moderate as I am I was the one who inherited my parents will be Personally on the way home musician and listening from I'm away back from gigs. You're reasonable, you know, Thank you for your Your your beloved, You know that the world knows that, But yeah, it really want to send us marshals out there that you want. What The state of Oregon handle it. It's their problem. That's why everybody moved there with. Um it seems like there's this weird homeless basis on a woman taking her clothes off doing yoga poses. You've got antifreeze out there. That's what they do. They shut down your highway Here are troopers had ago We missed work over them. Oh, I remember that That was January of three or four years ago. Remember away like I didn't go to work. I remember there was one woman. They called the show that night She was on the Southeast Expressway, and she was She had a little boy who was gonna believe in with these people dance gonna reason with him. Shut down my highway in Boston, where I grew up here 50 years here like this run in with him. The point I wanted to make really was that I remember that night, There was one woman who called in who had a two year old child, I think was her son in the backseat, who was dealing with earaches, and she was trying to get to her doctor's office and traffic came to a dead stop. And then there was another couple husband and wife. Whose mother and I'm sure forget whether is the mom of the husband or the wife. They're they're relative. The parent was undergoing emergency surgery at Master and that she was very. She was 89 years old and It was touch and go, so they wanted to get to mass general. Before the surgery to see her before you know she would go under and sometimes you wonder, And that's the last time anyway. They had to abandon their car on the South Eastern Expressway. It did matter. Been raging like a Syrian is listening to you. I remember it's infuriating that's dealing with That's resilient Packer with West Seattle and Portland. That's where they come from. I really You know what? That that's their thing with the local law enforcement handle it. And we have our own demons. I really don't want to see the U. S. Marshal Forces woman once it's from from God. Like, why send our guys That is my question. Okay. Here is my question. Let's assume let's assume that the mayor out there, Mayor Wheeler dealer And ah, on governor out there decided that they're not going to do anything, and these folks literally are able to burn down a federal courthouse. So you got to do something. You can't let him burn federal property, then well, but that's what they That's what the people who are out there the augmented federal force. They're trying to prevent that from happening If you've seen the video The folks have fest doing the place with graffiti and literally they wanted they wanted. They wanted out. Do Seattle Seattle occupied a police station? Yeah. Minneapolis burn down a police district. I'm with you, Dan. I'm not again like I'm with you'll feel gloomy when you're done when you see it. You called here? I played there played gigs at the alligator room. I toward the pack Northwest. I know people have friends along and you made him. How long have you made a living as a musician? 28 years. Good for you. I have a song on season four of mad men. I am ready, Vera like gold. But anyway, I'm not calling you like plug my nonsense. I'm calling you because my father loves you and I'm caring for him and his dementia. I'm back in Brighton. My wife has a PhD from our vic. Schoolmate like I'm not sure I'm not. We'll make it like I'm always interested by the people calling. You would be surprised my My dad was with you to catch him on the phone with you like Mom and Dad Love you. And then by the way, they should. You're always right when you're just going to call balls and strikes, you know, you know you get you get ratings because that's what you do. And he generally care about us. You don't want anything to go wrong. I'm telling you, this is a bad idea to uproot us marshals. They're fairly that, really. I appreciate that You're motivated to call and I'm going to Google you and be a fan of yours That's for sure. Appreciate the call very much. We're huge marshals out there. Let those early to send federal troops to train to kill. You don't want You don't like my cousin of the Marine Corps out there. You don't want that. You really don't like obviously there are And I'm so glad that you called your gentlemen you may be. You made an argument, which which I hope people will consider and people react to Ready. Thank you. Please say hello to Dad. For me. I make ah, Castro next to you politically, like you know what a great guy and I will always listen to the walker friends give you Mom and Dad and me. Ok, Thanks. Thanks. Thanks very much. Wow, We're great callers. Eso, Randy says Let Portland stew in his own juices. If maybe some of you haven't seen the videos I hope those of you who have seen the videos. Ah, whether you've seen them on television or whether you have seen them on your computer. Can't tell me if I'm wrong. Tell me if it is not as crazy a situation as you've ever seen. It looked. It looked like a war zone And you got a mayor out there saying all that this is what democracy is all about. I don't think so. I don't think so. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 agree, disagree. Bring it on coming back. This is Dan Ray. And you know you never have to miss a second of nights. I'd just go to night side on demand dot com. There you'll find our long segments and full shows with.

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"south eastern" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Get an attempt to do so, yeah, I mean, I could imagine that being very scary and you're zipping home pretty pretty quick on just just tying it back into Ah, the Jeff basis protesters threatening him of death with a guillotine. It's that kind of behavior that's unproductive and unacceptable. Better ways to have conversations in America today that Bear's got a look at the road side. We were looking at South Eastern Avenue down here on the South East. A sign okay. There is a grand. She was pretty serious from earlier people were hurt, and we do still have that delay your coming westbound 74. Trust the bridge on the South Eastern. Yeah, once you get Through that interchange who are going to be delayed? It is a pretty good Jim. Right now, As we have this grouch of southeastern and shared an avenue were just east of Arlington Avenue. I'm looking at 30th Street right now around Harding Street. You know, the White River could've been that area vehicle fire slowing things down on 30th Street That westbound one way getting reported squad going off about 40th and Gilbert crash there. So we're starting here late in the commune. We don't want that traffic sponsored by rocket mortgage my quicken loans when you're ready to buy a new home and want Mortgage lender who can help you playing with certainly rocket can rocket mortgage my quicken loans I'm at bear. Follow us on Twitter for instant traffic updates of W E B C traffic. It's nine degrees here at the American Standard Cooling Weather Center here on 93 ofyou. ABC wanted to get up right now. Go to the window. Open it. Stick your head out of hell. But I'm not gonna take this anymore. Now.

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Catch this week's supermoon, biggest and brightest of year

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Catch this week's supermoon, biggest and brightest of year

"Sign me to the moon well you won't be able to fly to the moon you will be able to gaze at what should be the biggest and brightest supermoon of the year not only will the moon be closer to earth than usual it will also be a full moon the best night for viewing says scientist Tuesday when it will appear larger and more brilliant there are a bunch of supermoons this spring so if you miss this one the next one is may seventh in the middle of the month the waning moon will pass by Saturn Jupiter and Mars clustered in the south eastern sky before the sun rises actually after

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"south eastern" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Actually lost on a tip and at the Buzzer. The years at Butler was really good so colonial man long for the days. Buddy I hate. Thank you for the call. Good stuff hank all right. Let's go with Angel Angel North Carolina. What how's it going on excellent? You've got thirty seconds buddy. What Fire Away Way This is Kinda sad how the sports well set down because his virus hours planning to go some minor league hockey this weekend and they just shut it down in the South West or South Eastern Professional Hockey League so just kind of depressing so hopefully this goes away sooner rather than later hopefully we get the NBA playoffs baby. I'm guessing I'm GonNa Guess Maybe Memorial Day around that time. Hopefully you know began the conclusion to a pretty pretty decent season two. Thanks for taking my call. Yeah Alright Angel. Thanks a lot man be safe right. Let's try Marshall from Dallas Marshall. You got thirty seconds. Fire when ready. Pay Jason. I got two questions for you one. How do you think of WanNa say he's going to do in the playoffs and also questioned Alex? Crusoe? I've heard Colin call him a C. minus seaports player. I think he's a little better than that. Yeah he is good questions martial. Art Answers. Caruso is potential X. FACTOR THE WAY DELLA. Vedova was a few years back and no one not only picking white guys But I think Rousseau could show out. He's a nice little spark plug off the bench plays defense hustles doesn't take bad shots Okay see I think As of now I think they'd beat the jazz in the first round and lose to the Lakers. Thanks for the call right. We'll go one more dino from Florida talk to me goose You yeah all right go ahead. Yep that from back Rousseau's Zach law student. Oh Jeez crowd will call and ask what Now the class of all virtual and they basically send us back home. What our college kids supposed to do. Now if we're going to be supposedly as symptomatic and we're not going to say cooped up I was wondering what J. Not about what recommendations for US brutal all right. Listen that's a great question Dino I'm GonNa hang up on you try to answer that All right listen that is. I didn't think about that. Goulet college kids getting out now. And you're going to the job force in like nobody's obviously hiring. Nothing's going on America's at a standstill. What do you do? I guess you play Xbox a lot read some books I should go on on the Graham later on and advise some books to read. I kinda opened the show talking about how I only love reading about sports growing up because I wanted to be an athlete. I'm one of those dope to thought he'd be in the NBA. No shot fun fact. I've played basketball against some former NBA. Guys and I like to think like oh. Let me get in his pickup game. Ucla and the guys respectfully like J. I like it. You couldn't bring the ball up the court against NBA players. And I'm like oh I got it okay. I can't do so. I got out of reading about sports and started to read about real world stuff like get smarter. The world is bigger than sports and they were going to find that out here in the next week. Four or five weeks. There's GonNa be no sports guys. Nothing to gamble on nothing to watch on TV at night. You're going to cycle through a million netflix shows. Don't be Zombie. Watch netflix every night. Pick up a damn book and read. A note. Doesn't sound fun you're not GonNa if you're single. You had to be able to go out to bars. Are You goulet right now? In Italy everything shut down except for grocery stores and pharmacies. There's not you can't I mean Boston. Just announced no congregations of more than two hundred fifty people i. I don't even know how that works. Now I'm not on. Tinder dabbled in that at all. I don't know how safe that is right now. I mean you could probably make jokes about it but like dating on social media right now like Ooh. It's tough out there in corona virus filled streets so the president's going to speak in ten minutes. I'm hopeful he's got some good news. I've dubious that he actually does it. Just nothing. Looks Great Nine right now but all I can say. Hey thank you for spending the last three hours. Listen to me prattle on about my failures in life and my successes and you're always going to have more failures and successes took many swings and misses with girls at bars. Just never happened and then you get lucky when you meet the right one but yeah life is about failure and then you have some wins. We're going to obviously be around here. Fox sports radio is going nowhere. Colin. Coward will be back on Monday. I've hosted the heard twice before once with bussard at F. S. one we basically went at each other's throats For Two hours about the NBA was awesome. Because you know I like to beat up on bussard. He has been covering the League a lot longer than I have. He's got opinions but I'm always right because I'm Jason and I do my homework And then the other time was Jerry I. I hosted it But goulet in two we. This is the first time I've hosted it with you. We got one minute to go. Goulet your thoughts on how the show went because it was very not sporty. While I don't know that I blame you for that. Isn't sports going on right now. I think you had him until the caller segment not heard minute. We don't do collar say now. Yeah I knew it Elisa in. Here's laughing to any thoughts. You got thirty seconds on how this show wet Adumim. The bar was very high. You know and maybe close to halfway there close athlete there damn right. I got to get on the homeless Shapiro on Martin to get the invite back mental note. No more callers and listen. Goulet is a tough audience. Obviously he's no es Noah doesn't mess around when it comes to the bar here on the hurt but it was. It was fun talking and you know seeing you guys react on social media. Obviously the PODCAST will be up here shortly. Everybody have a safe weekend. Just be safe out there and God bless everybody have a good one. You know how those big war movies you get a lot of and a lot of never wonder how all those guys eight after the big battle. I'm food writer. Jacqueline Roseau and on the iheartradio podcast service veteran stories of hunger and war. We're digging into the history of war and food. Binge the first World War. Two Season of service that are in stories of hunger and war on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. And wherever you find that tastiest history podcasts..

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New coronavirus reaches Latin America, first case in Brazil

AP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

New coronavirus reaches Latin America, first case in Brazil

"Brazil's government says a man who travel to Italy this month is Latin America's first confirmed case of the new corona virus and is AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports corona virus cases have risen globally viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than eighty thousand people and killed more than two thousand seven hundred globally more than two thousand nine hundred cases have not been confirmed outside mainland China most in South Korea Japan and Italy many of Japan's cases where passengers and crew on the diamond princess cruise ship while many of the cases in South Korea have links to a church and the hospital in the south eastern region rising numbers in the Middle East have been tied to travel with Iran and European cost is to be connected to it it is increasing

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Latin America's first case of COVID-19 virus

AP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Latin America's first case of COVID-19 virus

"Brazil's government says a man who travel to Italy this month is Latin America's first confirmed case of the new corona virus and is a P. correspondent Charles still does my reports corona virus cases have risen globally viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than eighty thousand people and killed more than two thousand seven hundred globally more than two thousand nine hundred cases have not been confirmed outside mainland China most in South Korea Japan and Italy many of Japan's cases where passengers and crew on the diamond princess cruise ship while many of the cases in South Korea have links to a church and the hospital in the south eastern region rising numbers in the Middle East have been tied to travel with Iran and European clusters could be connected to it it is increasing infections I'm Charles the

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New virus has infected 80,000 globally, caused 2,700 deaths

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

New virus has infected 80,000 globally, caused 2,700 deaths

"A viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than eighty thousand people and killed more than two thousand seven hundred globally more than two thousand nine hundred cases have not been confirmed outside mainland China most in South Korea Japan and Italy many of Japan's cases where passengers and crew on the diamond princess cruise ship while many of the cases in South Korea have links to a church and a hospital in the south eastern region rising numbers in the Middle East have been tied to travel with Iran and European cost is to be connected to it it is increasing infections I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"south eastern" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on KTOK

"Force base California and the other will go to Lackland Air Force base in Texas once passengers arrive in the west they will be quarantine for an additional fourteen days there were three hundred and fifty five people infected with the virus on that ship the US embassy maybe American passengers on the diamond princess aware of it these chartered flights are their only option to fly to the west before March fourth at the earliest evacuated passengers say they are ready to go home China reported one hundred and forty two dads and two thousand nine new cases of corona virus in the previous twenty four hours a Midwest city man's now charged with first degree murder for the death of his father twenty five year old Curtiss hawk is accused of fatally shooting fifty seven year old Carl hawk at their home on February fifth thirty say hawk was acting irrationally on the day of the killing and we're going to watch published father when the shooting happened park then allegedly pointed the gun at his mother and brother before firing remaining rounds in the ceiling Oklahoma City police are investigating a drive by shooting at a flea market it happened yesterday at the Paris flea market in eleven hundred block of south eastern police say shots were fired from a gray SUV which was found abandoned near north east thirteenth and Martin Luther king secure say there we try in Oklahoma City man charged in the twenty eighteen death of this three month old son jurors deadlocked early Saturday in the murder charge against twenty three year old young we found not guilty of child abuse in the death of dexter three double police are investigating after a domestic violence suspect when he had a bomb that would blow up a three mile area the man was arrested from the KT okay weather center and the forlorn store partly cloudy today with highs in the upper fifties will drop to the mid thirties.

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"south eastern" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Mile politics. We're taking your holiday. said he'd come back he's still took to is to come back after saying sorry. Sorry I'll be back still. Can I know it took him to. It is to come back but they might not have been available seats on the commission that he was flying. Did he fly commercial. He Played Commissioner Taniwha. A mentioned about the hand business he yeah subsequently ordered the arm reserve to get involved in incredibly the well. He didn't tell the Emergency Services Commissioner Fitzsimmons and Fitzsimmons. Said I knew about it was when you read it in the media. So he's got three he has an army reserve is leaning on his doorstep. He wasn't told about it wasn't consulted. By sky and scammers is how stick is a consulting with our stakeholders was working closely with their partners. Willie Izing with Al Response Teams all his bushy terminology and meanwhile he's just in some room but his mind is going. What's the next thing I should do? All just announced season could bomb puts it out. There is in three thousand reserve is into the fire front. The guy that's in charge of the fraud front didn't either coming and he didn't know what to do with them so desperate. Damage control to deflect attention from. He tried to spin a story that the new South Wales government had refused Defense Force assistance assistance. He authorized cheesy government television ad to paint a picture. He was in control and spending lots of money. Doing lots of coordinating when in reality the opposite so this is true. And he's doing things that really should have been done. Six months ago not in the middle of a disaster any refusing fusing is refusing to acknowledge that he's government policies on fossil fuels. Might these kinds of events more likely in future and pints of false picture of us as being a model citizen. So that's sort of the two different stories that you'll get to painting and so dear listener when you're reading your facebook feed when you're reading your media if it's left left leaning just bear in mind that you'll conservative uncle. Tony is getting a completely different picture from his facebook Fade A and his new sources and it's not alive because lift all the live apart might think it's over for sky. Now come the next election. Everyone's GonNa remember this. Forget it but I might have a lot of them. Haven't heard I've heard the first the second and be they'll forget it anyway and NC even if I remember it I'll think what's best in my interest for my hip pocket. WHO's the manager of the economy? I really don't care about that other stuff. Ah Forgotten about. The floor is a hundred bucks down industrial that he's going to. He's going to reduce texts in manage. Who In my humble opinion is going to run the economy so always? Yeah so that's what we're looking at so so anyway thought we'd run through some of the arguments. So that when you walk doc. Because I had at Christmas time you come across people that you might normally see during the year different relatives and friends and you might not normally serve concern and I'm thinking of an uncle. Tony Ratings called toning. It was definitely very right wing and of course we've always had right wing Tony in so I'm just going to the sort of uncle. Tyrany character has as your conservative friend. Uncle who reads the Australian and has these typical conserved sensitive us some arguments to give in response. When you're sitting around the table with uncle tiny at some point so how about this is? The government is being warned that this was going to happen. So we've got a CSIRO report from two two thousand nine eleven years ago and in the report it said it model. Climate projections showing that much of South Australia might become warmer warmer drier. This modeling suggests that point. Twenty twenty extreme for danger dies in South Eastern Australia. My occur five to sixty sixty five percent more often than at present that report. Two thousand nine say this sort of stuff that the government has and I've been warned about and other stuff in that report. I've got links to all this dilemma. But more importantly there's a guy called Greg Mollins it's hand. He's been viewed by the and he's also written a number of things and he's retired. Let me see if I've got. His description is the former fire and rescue. newsouth Wows Commissioner. so He's been fighting fires involved in it for over. Forty forty is at a very senior position since Adam was a boy he now shit about fighting fires and got some recordings of what he had to say about got so he formed a group with about twenty other retied. Emergency Service senior. People people like him from all states saying young the people in charge of state response to emergency services. All of them retired twenty of them and he contacted right tomorrow morning. April sign hang. We've got a really big problem coming up in this fire season coming up. You must do something. I've got these twenty people delegation Gatien of about four of us and want to meet with. You WanNa meet with other relevant ministers because it's urgent that we do things. There is a disaster happening in months. Go Bowling response. So so when people say are Morrison by sippy couldn't have predicted addicted now. He's doing everything he can the Ansari's he was told about an and at a time when he could have done something he did nothing. So one of those things in particular particular would be aicraft for would've bombing. They're very useful in quite effectively. Indeed so let me play a little bit of what mountains Ed decide on the. Ib have you ever seen a situation. This series I was in Beichman's by.

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Eye Opener at 8: Rain brings some relief in Australia

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Eye Opener at 8: Rain brings some relief in Australia

"Well parts of Australia's outback have been granted a brief reprieve with some rain in the south eastern parts of New South Wales bringing a small sense of relief for the firefighters battling more than a hundred fifty major brush fires throughout the country but officials say it's more psychological relief than anything else thousands of homes and wildlife habitats have been destroyed as we hear from ABC's Maggie rowly in the fires all along the coast firefighters curiously battling flames hoping today could be the turning point as the temperature drops and rainfall begins the price is a firefighter from Idaho he's one of dozens of Americans who volunteered to come fight these fires he says they're bigger than anything he's seen before and Australia needs our help the fire is burning through about fifteen million acres of land and threatening help was

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Rain falls in NSW town of Eden proving welcomed bushfire relief

News, Traffic and Weather

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Rain falls in NSW town of Eden proving welcomed bushfire relief

"Words of Australia's outback getting a little sign of hope today some rain in the south eastern parts of New South Wales firefighters though battling more than one hundred and fifty brush fires thousands of homes and wildlife destroyed in one of the country's deadliest fire seasons seasons on on record record it it even even leaves leaves American American firefighters firefighters volunteering volunteering there there stunned stunned ABC's ABC's Maggie Maggie really really is is in in the the fire fire zone zone along along the the coast coast firefighters firefighters furiously furiously battling battling flames flames hoping hoping today today could could be be the the turning turning point point as as the the temperature temperature drops drops and and read read again again the the price price is is a a firefighter firefighter from from Idaho Idaho he's he's one one of of dozens dozens of of Americans Americans who who volunteered volunteered to come fight these fires he says they're bigger than anything he's seen before and Australia needs our help the fire is burning through about fifteen million acres of land and threatening helpless wildlife

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U.K. police launch murder probe after 39 bodies found in truck

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

U.K. police launch murder probe after 39 bodies found in truck

"A murder mystery in Britain police say that thirty nine bodies have been found in a truck and south eastern England they are believed to be from Bulgaria a twenty five year old man from Northern Ireland is under arrest on suspicion of

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Mythbusters’ Jessi Combs dies in jet-powered car crash during record attempt

Lori and Julia

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Mythbusters’ Jessi Combs dies in jet-powered car crash during record attempt

"Professional racer and miss foster star Jessi combs died in a jet car crash yesterday at the age of thirty six homes is jet car attempting to break a land speed record crashed in the Alvord desert in south eastern Oregon the cause of the crash is still unknown and combs was called the fastest woman on four wheels and prior to her joining the show miss busters she was a co host on the spike TV series extreme four four by four for five years is that news said she already had had a that have like two hundred ninety six mountain our she was trying to break a record five hundred twenty one miles an hour and she two days ago posted on our end so like everyone thinks I'm crazy but I got to do this level and then she catches only thirty nine to start service really sixty our younger than that yeah sad tragic

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"south eastern" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"south eastern" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"At force tavern, canteen, Elena, home remedy and the Carlisle room if you are interested in your out about you should check those out on the wine list, the along with the the winds from Mexico foods of Mexico on a different plateau are kind of taken the Americas by storm it seems to me. I can't remember the name of the chef from polio. Yeah. It seems like he's doing really good in New York since he's opened there. Have you guys follow him as an exciting to see see the whole Mexican food for the longest time was considered an I'm just paraphrasing here what I've heard from other people like low quality food in over the last couple of years just taken off. And it's fantastic. Like, we're really happy that people are starting to discover true authentic Mexican food because it's so different to what many times people get another country's. There's so much just like we were talking about the wiser so much variety when it comes to Mexican so many different styles. If you go to the northern parts where by the loop as we have this line of it's called Biomed cuisine. And then if you go to law, you have the food and a very different acidic way, you have all the Malaysian food and Yucatan on the south eastern part of Mexico. There's so much variety in Mexican food. And what we usually get outside of Mexico. It's just a small part of that. Yeah. But it's hopefully more and more of that. We'll get. Out here in just like the whites. You know, it's a matter of trying different things impairing them together. They don't have any wine region in the Yucatan peninsula. Right. That's to not. Yes. The main wine producing regions Lupe, which take this opportunity to invite people to go. Visit. It's a fantastic plays is still got that very rural feeling to it. We're only about sixty miles south of the border with San Diego. It's really easy drive down there. And then we also produce wines. And while we laughed so that's like north mid north in Mexico. And then of like, the the bottom part of Mexico like put to sea second take us get, but that's like smaller amounts of way, just curious from all the different dinners. We've done with winemakers over the years if you had to pair with this particular wine that we're drinking right now say a food from the area of where it's grown from the valid Guadalupe that part is food. That's a natural pairing. I mean, I don't know if I just caught a natural parent. This is such a well rounded, well, balanced wine that I think is very versatile. I would go for a little bit of structure on the food. But not too intense. I get they can really go with like a heavy greasy steak at we have a restaurant at Aravinda. We actually pair those we have barbecue octopus data with some yellow morning, and it works very very well. With an interesting see that the smokiness from the grill, and that tenderness that you get from Dr. Barbecues much. Well, thank you sent yoga. Lopez of solarge for tune winery from the valley to Guadeloupe the northern Mexico. We appreciate your time. Good luck on your dinner tomorrow night. You think it's going to be a blast? Up next..

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