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"summerville" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Bear park we both directions between forty one and forty two there's ongoing roadwork they're blocking a lane both directions so that's the cause of those slowdowns an extravagant pay less than ten minutes away in double the CBS got some sunshine out there today growing humidity would see who's in the weather center Bob Larson is that you here live with the update now that is correct Paul this Monday morning we're looking at warm weather again today we'll call it moderate humidity certainly not steam B. but not comfortable by any means rain free right now but expect you see a shower thunderstorm pop up in places later today a high in the upper eighties partly cloudy tonight after baby astray early evening storm seventy probably better chance for a couple of showers and thunderstorms margarine partly sunny tomorrow not as warm as today high eighty six now seventy four was Hampton eighty two in Summerville ATM metabolite of eighty eight Paul rolling out a program it will lead car buyers return their vehicles if they lose their income because of the pandemic our car guy in Detroit Jeff Gilbert here with more Ford is trying to get nervous buyers off the fence and into dealerships carmakers see pent up demand but they also see a lot of uncertainty taking away that uncertainty could be the difference for some buyers sales seven fallen this far as many expected but they're still running more than twenty percent behind last year's levels the deal is set to run through the end of September it's eleven fifty one and we have some new hope this morning for a new home for new Jersey's hard luck submarine the USS laying have you heard of the languishing laying and its story W. CBS reporter Sean Adams is here with today's difference maker from Hackensack to Hoboken nothing is set in stone but there's hope the U. S. S. laying the World War two era submarine floating naval museum might have a new home possibly we had four different places to take it but the one that she would likely would be the one in Hoboken ninety nine year Old World War two navy veteran Joe mon jelly is determined to save the link basically represents a submarine memorial well the judicial remand lore still alive.
"summerville" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Dot com those Friday Graham and Matt Summerville South Carolina Hey Matt what's up Hey Tom how are you today our mortal without there I truly believe that Donald Trump is going out of his way to demonstrate how and and competent he really cares because he could live down the papers that president Obama left behind but he went ahead and imposed these tariffs on China and now China and awaited him like China is giving us a lesson in economics our home it may seem like a conspiracy but why wouldn't they react that way when they have five billion people and we got three hundred and forty million they could wipe our country out and still be a viable government yeah they could they absolutely could and yes and and the other thing and the other point and demand thank you very very well said but the other thing that this brings to mind is the fact that China is open for business again China is exporting product again China's factories are back to work this that they're making iPhones again their day you know I always stop at your office we we buy America that's made in China is all common now again so what do they do they did testing in contact tracing now why do you have to have testing in contact tracing so that you can identify outbreaks before they become and clusters so that if you've got one person who's sick who could in fact thirty forty other people you identify that person and you can tell them to stay home for a couple of weeks until we get over it and it and you stop those things from turning into you know the the the kind of absolute screaming you know could be a cluster of of illness that we saw in your state when I believe was in a long island so we we can open our economy back up Taiwan is doing in Japan is doing a south Korea's doing that Denmark is doing that Germany is doing that China is doing they're all doing it with aggressive testing so that they can identify there are people before those ill people have an opportunity to in fact a whole bunch of other people because with this disease unlike in there the with the flu and the common cold you're typically not contagious until you're sick that's the peak of contagion is what is the is the first couple days you have symptoms with this thing you are contagious for days before you have symptoms and that and there in lies the problem Dalene spots with new Jersey Hey David what's on your mind anything that goes Friday I'll I wanted to bring up on his name was Richard could tell yeah he was a the fostering a banker in the eighteenth century in France we basically said that money is not neutral and that any any effects that you use that are closer to the people on top and benefited at heart help them informed everyone else not just harm them but I'm not getting the funds arms and communication point of view for instance when you had that conversation that you're all about that said Brian equity ETFs that means they're being bailed out the half cash while the stocks and we're gonna be stock of our pension funds are going to end up buying stocks at higher prices and sticky tarian affect we're going to be more on why inflation further down the road and they're going to be more out that's fast now just wrote down his name Richard could is C. 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Owen and it's causing you pain affecting those of David Sirota wrote that when the whose it was on the Bernie Sanders campaign referred to it in an asset when the fed was buying equity ETFs Ankara pretty test and and everything else yeah I'll have to I'll have to check that out thank you David for that I appreciate it AJ in Tampa Florida Hey JJ what's up Hey thanks for taking my call okay I was I was just want to talk about a little bit with you on mosque you know we you look at him as a great progress you know leader businessman but the fact that he's trying to leverage California get out to California now moved to Michigan weather's basically abandoned factories in union labor he's talking about moving to Nevada or Texas where they don't have the regulation that some of the other states what have they don't have union labor doubling up pro union and it's just released to me point the fact that a lot of people leave these guys in business they may point out and say yeah we're progressive we feel all that stuff but as soon as it comes down to dollars and cents they're going to do just like any kind of conservative business although yeah I I never thought of Ilan mosque is progressive he's just making money with their with the relatively green product you know and and you know he's carved out a niche for himself there but but he is the anti labor or you know opposed to labor unions he he is anti regulation he's a he does everything he can to avoid paying taxes he's you know he's gonna your genet near generic into Silicon Valley tech billionaire I mean yeah although it's not Silicon Valley but but yeah right one I would love to see you know the publicity should be getting that he's trying to avoid this not a great green guy he's making money off of it yeah.
"summerville" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bunker hill. I'm Donald summerville. Paul Tom's river. Paul what's going on? Hey, oh, sorry, guys. Thanks for those on among babysitting duty sorry, taking my call. You guys giving. What would it take for the Yankees to somehow? Right. Kyle worker away from this away from the cops. If you think about it guys you plot. You put him right in between. Stanton. And judge. I mean he'd wear out those right-field seats and costs a lot less money than with costs for Bryce Harper. If you think about it five hundred batch that kid would put up the same numbers as well. How about this? I'll go you one better. And I same numbers is Harper. I get what you're saying. Okay. And yes, he's got a tremendous left handed bat. But I also I look at Schwab. And I don't know that I would go down that road because it's going to cost you a decent amount from the cubs and his numbers he hits you said thirty home runs once I think they hit twenty six twenty six thirty two years ago. Maybe. Yeah. Drives and probably around seventy if I'm not mistaken. I'm gonna throw a guy that is suddenly available for nothing and a lot cheaper. And actually is very similar to Schwab. We're not the same level player mind you, but would offer the Yankees something that is very similar the Phillies. Just waved Justin bore. Now. He did not finish the season. Well, he had a bad hamstring. Justin bore in Miami. Obviously he's had a lot of power. He was hitting in that place, which is a graveyard. And if you're going to plan on its first base going with Voight. Maybe platoon him with bore. Now. Listen, Gregg, birds out the picture in my mind. But I just am born Yankee Stadium. Kind of thing. And it costs you nothing. But isn't it the same thing where people are saying I understand you want the lefty bat, but it's going to be like another all or nothing guy. You know, his. Actually, it's up in terrible. Last year wasn't good at seven forty six. This is another guy who I mean this year over one hundred twenty strikeouts. Here's here's my point. He's going to strike out. He's going to do all that. But this is no risk. This is all reward. If you pick this guy up if you decide to give him an opportunity that wouldn't be the worst idea in the world. If you wanna if you wanna a platoon, it, I would be like more of another staple bore would be a guy bring in for a year, and you're kind of insurance policy on what if you're gonna end up moving and do hard. I at some point if they do sign Manny Machado, or however, that's not I would not go down the shore ba- route myself. Well, if you go if you go on board, and that means you're going Manny to. What are you doing with and do heart that point or you're playing Manny at short until Dini's back? Yeah. And then I'm moving him to third a moving at first, Tom, and queens, Tom what's up? Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. Question for bar tremendous admiration for how you play the game. And the accountability that came after the fact if you had to make a decision who would you rather keep going forward, Draymond green or Durant? Oh, man. You talk about you know, maybe one be a top ten player and Durant. But I believe that Draymond green is the type of player you need much like Dennis Robin that that allow you to do a lot of different things. That's that's that's tough. That's tough. But I would probably stick with with with Draymond meal. I would stick with Draymond. Because you know, you still that means you can re-sign clay, and you've already won a championship with that trio. And I think that's still gives you a lot of flexibility because you're not going to have to give Draymond max deal. So that allows you to be able to go get a boogie cousins to go out and get guys as willing to play for one year. So that's still tough. Because I still think Durant has really close that gap on LeBron as far as being the best player in the NBA. If Jerry starts asking for a huge contract. I mean, he's got to have a little self awareness there that he's not going to be a max guy. I mean, Klay Thompson is fantastic. But it's a no brainer. You have to go with Iran. I mean, he's the other worldly talent. And what all said and done. He could be a top ten player ever. I'm so curious to see what this is going to be Mark in south river, Mark. How are you? Hey, guys. Thanks for taking my call. Appreciate it. Before I make my Yankee. But I like the feminine products. But some of the big you're pushing the body. Feminine products. Do you like Mark? I like the secret I like the women's shaving cream. I like all that stuff. But I I love Noam Senate a pitch. What happened was my wife was in the shower, and it was no, soap, so I had to use the summer's eve, and it was pleasant. That's all I'm saying come on. No good. And listen about my Yankee point. I don't want Machado. I don't want those big contract. They never worked for us, even these pitches Corbin Corbin, and who have you only want these guys? Well, you need some help though you understand that you know, you her cash. Doc. I'm talking about this. I'm talking about the starters in pitching. Good. I mean, come on. I think Mark I think they think that his he's got a high ceiling that he hasn't scratched the surface yet. He's still a gun guy. Lefty guy. Did you hear the latest comments from Hal Steinbrenner, and listen how Steinbrenner has said these types of things before. But this is the latest about the man Machado's comments about how he's not Johnny hustle. This is how Steinbrenner quote, if it's a three hundred million dollar guy or ten million guy ten million dollar guy. Clearly, those comments are troubling. But that's really Brian Cashman's job. If we're interested in any player sit down with them face to face and ask him where did this come from? What was the context around the entire interview? Where was there a point you were trying to make how do you justify it? And here's a question. I have for you guys. Okay. Say they do beat with Mehta Machado and say he has every answer that they were looking for say, he's perfectly polished buttoned up does one conversation..
"summerville" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I didn't even think of that. The guy that came up. I want to get into this conversation. I think maybe most people that I know I know a lot of times when. Casually might hear something some kind of a setting, and and you think you know, what it's not worth arguing with this person. So you don't challenge them. You don't fight with them. You just you just kind of try not to engage or get back into it. And and, you know, get out of it as soon as you can because I think, you know, we sometimes we just realized first of all maybe we don't feel like fighting. I personally don't like to do that. And we're thinking if we do is not gonna make a difference anyway, because this person is so steeped in whatever it is they believe so. You know? I don't know. I don't know what we're supposed to do. How we're supposed to do. We stand up every single time. We see something that seems like it's racist or hateful or anti semitic. Or whatever. Do we stand up every single time and fight about it? Do we do something else too? I mean, you know, we all have to we all have to change our hearts in some degree for during our life over some things. But how do we get others to change their hearts? Is it is it impossible now because people like minded people can find each other easily on the internet, and it used to be maybe you thought on the only one who thinks like this. So I'm not gonna I'm not going to talk much because it's only me then you find out. Well, it's not just meters other, and you know, they they get together, and they get some kind of a strength, and they get the courage. I guess if it's had to use the word courage, which we think of as a positive word, but they get the guts the gall to go public with their obnoxious beliefs because they think well, there's a lot of us now and. I don't I don't know what we can do eventually, maybe we'll just burn itself out. Or are we headed for some really worse? Worst times ahead. It's something. I wish we could figure out anyway. Thanks so much for the call. Appreciate it. Michelle callback. Okay. Nine before the hour. Now is talked to Johnny in summerville, South Carolina. How are you doing this morning?.
"summerville" Discussed on KOMO
"I didn't even think of that. Knowing the guy that came up. Guy. I want to get into this conversation with him. I think maybe most people are like that. I know I know a lot of times when we might hear something in some kind of a setting, and and you think you know, what it's not worth arguing with this person. So you don't challenge them. You don't fight with you just just kind of try not to engage or get back into it. And, you know, get out of it as soon as you can because I think, you know, we sometimes we just realized first of all maybe we don't feel like fighting. I personally don't like to do that. And we're thinking if we do is not gonna make a difference anyway, because this person is so steeped in whatever, it is they believe, so, you know, I don't know. I don't know what we're supposed to do how we're supposed to do. We stand up every single time. We see something that seems like it's racist or hateful or antisemitic or whatever do we stand up every single time and fight about it. Do we do something else? I mean, you know, we all have to we all have to change our hearts in some degree for during our life over some things. But how do we get others to change their hearts? Is it impossible now because people like minded people can find each other easily on the internet, and it used to be maybe you thought I'm the only one who thinks like this. So I'm not gonna I'm not going to talk much because it's only me and then you find out. Well, it's not just meters other, and they they get together, and they get some kind of a strength, and they get the courage. I guess if it's I hate to use the word courage, which we think of as a positive word, but they get the guts the gall to go public with their obnoxious beliefs because they think well, there's a lot of us now and. I don't know what we can do eventually, maybe we'll just burn itself out. Or are we headed for some really worse? Worst times ahead. It's something. I wish we could figure out anyway, thanks so much for the call preciado. Michelle callback. Okay. Nine before the hour. Now is talked to Johnny in summerville, South Carolina. How are you doing this.
Border Patrol agent suspected of killing 4 women
"At its path as Florence heads north emergency management officials are warning people not to walk or drive into flooded areas. Because you never know what might be under all that water, especially with so many power lines down. Peter King CBS news summerville, South Carolina, a super typhoon made landfall in China this morning after killing at least forty nine people in the Philippines.
"summerville" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Peter King in summerville, South Carolina now with more CBS news. Here's Bill Rakoff. At least twelve people are dead in the Philippines from typhoon Mang hoot. It's now moving towards Hong Kong where CBS correspondent, Ben Tracy reports. They are telling people here to prepare for the worst. They're saying that this could be the most powerful storm. The impact Hong Kong in sixty years. The storm wasn't equivalent to a category five hurricane when it made landfall brought down trees setting off landslides. It's weakened slightly as it turned over Luzon island heading out toward the South China Sea. What's next for the special counsel investigation? Now that former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort has accepted a plea deal on charges of fraud and money laundering. CBS news. Correspondent. Errol Barnett reports on what manafort's cooperation could mean into the investigation into the Russian election meddling secretary. Sarah Sanders says Friday's developments have nothing to do with the president all with the two thousand sixteen election. The White House try to distance itself from the former Trump aid, but with midterm elections fast approaching that will prove to be increasingly difficult, a special counsel Robert Muller gains, yet another woman cooperator from the center of the Trump election strategy supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh says the sexual misconduct allegations about him when he was in high school is not true. In a statement released by the White House Cavanaugh said, quote, I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. Stocks on Wall Street, mostly flat on Friday. This is CBS news. To experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief..
"summerville" Discussed on WWL
"Peter King in summerville, South Carolina now with more CBS news. Here's Bill Rakoff. At least twelve people are dead in the Philippines from typhoon Mang hoot. It's now moving towards Hong Kong where CBS correspondent, Ben Tracy reports. They are telling people here to prepare for the worst. They're saying that this could be most powerful storm. The impact Hong Kong in sixty years. The storm was an equivalent to a category five hurricane when it made landfall brought down trees setting off landslides. It's weakened slightly as it turned over Luzon island heading out toward the South China Sea. What's next for the special counsel investigation? Now that former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort has accepted a plea deal charges of fraud and money laundering. CBS News Corp. Sponsored air overnight reports on what manafort's cooperation could mean into the investigation into the Russian election meddling press secretary Sarah Sanders, says Friday's developments have nothing to do with the president all with the two thousand sixteen election. The White House trying to distance itself from the former Trump aid, but with midterm elections fast approaching that will prove to be increasingly difficult a special counsel. Robert Muller gains, yet another woman cooperator from the center of the Trump election strategy supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh says the sexual misconduct allegation about him. When he was in high school is not true. In a statement released by the White House Cavanaugh said, quote, I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. Stocks on Wall Street, mostly flat on Friday. This is CBS news. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero an unqualified candidates in an online dashboard? Get started at indeed dot com slash higher. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn.
"summerville" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Peter King in summerville, South Carolina now with more CBS news. Here's Bill Rakoff. At least twelve people are dead in the Philippines from typhoon Mang hoot. It's now moving towards Hong Kong where CBS correspondent, Ben Tracy reports. They are telling people here to prepare for the worst. They're saying that this could be the most powerful storm. The impact Hong Kong in sixty years. The storm was an equivalent to a category five hurricane when it made landfall brought down trees setting off landslides. It's weakened slightly as it turned over Luzon island heading out toward the South China Sea. What's next for the special counsel investigation? Now that former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort has accepted a plea deal on charges of fraud and money laundering. CBS news. Correspondent Burnett reports on what manafort's cooperation could mean into the investigation into the Russian election meddling secretary. Sarah Sanders says Friday's developments have nothing to do with the president all the two thousand sixteen election. The White House trying to distance itself from the former Trump aid, but with midterm elections fast approaching that will prove to be increasingly difficult, a special counsel Robert Muller gains, yet another woman cooperator from the center of the Trump election strategy supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh says the sexual misconduct allegations about him when he was in high school is not true statement released by the White House Cavanaugh said, quote, I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. Stocks on Wall Street, mostly flat on Friday. This is CBS news. Capital? One is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees are minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a?.
Massachusetts governor declares state of emergency after gas blasts
"Some of the stories we're following for you a Fort Worth police officer shot during a gun battle with robbery suspect's has died. Protesters rallied to condemn the shooting death of a man who was killed inside his apartment by a Dallas police officer. I'm Tom Crespo NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD.
"summerville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"You, miss any. I feel like they welcomed me with open arms today. I have never felt so much love and care. Steve Hartman on the road in summerville, South Carolina. They call him the dine and dash data early county. Prosecutors have filed four new felony charges against a man is accused of taking advantage of women. He met through online dating sites. Paul Gonzalez already faces seven counts of extortion. He would allegedly take women to dinner and dash out without paying the Bill. The women then have to cover. The check Gonzalez faces more than sixteen years behind bars. If convicted. This is southern California's only twenty four hour, local news and traffic station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Good morning. I'm mark. Austin Thomas, our top story at twelve thirty former President Barack Obama coming to Anaheim to rally Democrats, head of the midterm elections. You'll see Republicans say bring it on Orange County is traditionally GOP turf. So what a provident democrat comes to town. Does it actually help boost? Republicans does absolutely that's OC Republican party. Chairman Fred Whitaker who tells KNX despite all the talk of a Blue Wave at his county this November he believes the GOP will successfully defended special grind house districts very optimistic. We know how to run campaigns in Orange County. And while we have to be on our game because this is probably the largest challenge we've ever had. We know our constituents, and we know how to get them out to the poll. Mr Obama will headline an invitation only rally a ballroom of the Anaheim convention Senator support several democratic candidates poised to take over right? Congressional districts later this fall, Brian pain, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Iraq Obama. Spoke at a college in Illinois, urging students to not just vote in the midterm elections. But to lead the fight against the GOP. The former president blasted President Trump saying he's trying to politicize the Justice department should not be a partisan issue to say that we do not pressure. The attorney general or the FBI to use the criminal Justice system as a cudgel to punish our political opponents. Or to explicitly call on the attorney general to protect members. Imparted from persecution prosecution because election happens becoming up until the audience that they thought elections don't matter. You hopes the past two years of corrected that impression when asked about the Obama speech, President Trump had this reaction sort of watched that speech, and I must tell you is does does off watching him. I've always sort of dozed off watching him. President Trump talking with reporters in North Dakota. The identity of the author of the anonymous New York Times op Ed remains a mystery and President Trump wants him or her unmask invoking national security. The president says the attorney general should join the hunt for the anonymous author the president tells reporters on Air Force One. He's worried the senior official is taking part in high level foreign policy discussions, and this guy goes it. I don't want to have it. Those asked to comment. The Justice department tells CBS news it will neither confirm nor deny the existence or non existence of any investigation. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. President Trump says he can identify up to five. People who could have written. The he says the individual's identity will eventually become public. The name of the writer of the New York Times piece is a bit of a problem for the paper's owner reporter opinion and new sides of a paper like the New York Times or to shepherd enterprises almost two different newsrooms housed in the same building. So when one side the opinion side breaks its own source story, how does the new side handle it? You know? Always see if they were able to persuade the op-ed editors to give up their source that would be just so bad for the op-ed. Folks, John Healey is deputy editor Oriel page editor for the Los Angeles Times. I mean, it'd be just as bad as a as a new side giving up a source. You can't do that. There are not many examples in recent times of a major newspaper doing something like what the New York Times did. So it is hard to say how this will shake out. Charles Feldman, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Former Trump campaign advisers been sentenced to fourteen days in prison for lying to the FBI. George popadopoulos is the first former member of the Trump campaign to be sentenced in the Robert Muller probe. His attorney Thomas Breen says the blame for his client lying to federal agents rests with.
"summerville" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Miss any. I feel like they welcomed me with open arms today. I have never felt so much love and care in America, some people love to build walls. But if this one block this great country shows us anything. That we love tearing them down even more. Steve Hartman on the road in summerville, South Carolina. Come together. Donut. Trudeau's time is nine twenty five time for a look at your money from these suburban Cadillac of business desk. Bellinger, Bloomberg business report. The key stock indexes had Friday losses of two tenths to three tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell seventy nine points, the NASDAQ closed twenty points lower and the S and P five hundred lost six tesla had a bad day. Shares of the electric car maker fell. Six percent CEO Elon Musk got some unwanted bad publicity after smoking marijuana. While appearing on a comedians podcast Tesla's chief, accounting officer is leaving after less than a month on the job and the head of human resources decided not to return from a leave of absence. Employers created two hundred one thousand jobs in August. The Labor Department says there was no change in the three point nine percent. Unemployment rate workers wages showed the best year over year gain since the recession ended the national retail federation says the retail industry has been a big creator of. Of jobs, adding more than eighty nine thousand workers over the last year that does not include jobs at car dealers gas stations are restaurants. I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on W w j NewsRadio nine fifty. We'll check the roads with plenty of construction out there with land soured coming up in two minutes. If you have a home security system might keep.
"summerville" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The babies of course right the baby's how many more children have to die so far this year three hundred and sixty four although actually not all of them died a bunch of them were wounded three hundred sixty four children between zero and eleven so far this year have been either killed or injured according to gun violence archive dot org and what about those babies many children are dying i know teenagers can be a pain in the rear end we've got a bunch less them to deal with now pardon the snark but i'm just sick and tired of it one thousand four hundred and ninety nine teenagers while we are talking about is human life either dead or injured according to gun violence archive dot org so far this year and when i went to the pentagon website there was there was the empire's busy again yesterday yesterday army sergeant first class christopher andrew sale is i believe it see eli z cell is thirty two from summerville south carolina died yesterday in afghanistan of wounds sustained as a result of enemy smallarms fire while conducting operations in support of a medical evac landing zone in zurmat district paktiya province afghanistan that's off the pentagon website so that's army sergeant first class and christopher andrew cell is who dies in afghanistan result of enemy smallarms fire that sounds like a war to me and last saturday army corporal joseph mesi l mac i southgate cal died in tarrant county district ruse gan province afghanistan from wounds sustained during an apparent insider attack the empire continues americans keep dying and nobody notices or cares we do around here where justice is served the norman goldman show i will not let us forget about afghanistan the empire continues to bleed resources and human blood there in afghanistan and i never hear from the prolifers talking about the want to stop this this is the norman goldman show we are going to have to stop being policemen of the world america's not the world's policeman.
Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified
"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.
"summerville" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"A victory story a win story appraise whatever you wanna call it and we just line them up one after another boom boom boom boom boom boom and we just get high off of that that'll give you the juice so hey if you wanna be a part of that let us know you got ideas music how do we do it what do you wanna do i want this to be something that lifts you something that you get the juice out of because we're having the time of our lives joe and madison smiling back there like you probably should get back to another caller instead of brainstorming live with your audience so we will do that let's go to kneel on the line in summerville south carolina neil you're on the ken coleman show again how you doing i'm having the time of my life neil how are you good good thanks for taking my call happy to what kind of help with well i'm gonna be thirty five years old next week and i've been in a certain career field from past seven years and i just don't really have any passion for my job i have a wife and three kids so this is the one i know how to do and i make a living at it the sport my family but you know i'm trying to think of what new direction i could go in but i just kinda like stuck don't know what a passion i would have to do something else and want to know how to how to find that all right have you been listening to show for a little bit so hearing walk people through talent and passion we're gonna walk through and see if you can highlight some things that give us some clues have you done that process or heard me do that i've heard you do that yes all right so when i walk other people through it you just you're firing blanks nothing.
"summerville" Discussed on WTMA
"What these folks from the south carolina cessation as party are expecting they want to let me just review from their facebook post the first flagging of summerville south carolina that took place yesterday and they were posted about it on their facebook page so apparently they want to because of what happened now to the flower town festival now when you got the flower town festival in you're going in they're on the left they had a confederate flag booth will save a cessation his party had set up a booth and that got a lotta people upset because they were passing out confederate flags to people who drop who were there and they were hey kids here's a confederate flag i think being completely insensitive to what that flag means to a lot of people and one of the things that they keep talking about is southern heritage well my question for them and i i haven't basket several times and i haven't gotten a good good the definition of what is this southern heritage that you want to preserve by flying that flag in public places what why don't you just flight at your house what are you had to fly down at the battery what he had to fly at all over somerville wanted to know of what other flags do that but other people and and especially you knowing how incendiary that flag is as a political issue so what exactly is the cessation his party looking to accomplish because i'll tell you one thing you're picking a fight and it's a fight that they're not gonna win so i don't know i i just think i think they're been again if you wanna fly to your house flight at your house put out is big flag as you want to that h hr way will allow if you live in one of those and do it like that but demanding that flags be flown in in public places i died thinks the wrong way to go about it first of all it's not a flag a sovereign state or nation it is actually a melanoma and again the political rancor around the flag is the you know.
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"Of them i get to ask questions will they have already like i said they've submitted questions on yeah we've actually asked people to tweet questions as well now we get we've had i mean there's a lot of you get to select a good ones and then yes i i pick a lot of them and and so it's about half me and half listeners on and i tried to identify them you know bradley from summerville asks right you know we had a guy offer to do a during a champion yeah you know it doesn't you never mall obama dave okay he wants a picture of caricature of us yeah but i'm a little creep that by this wine so when you know what of us facing each other that's weird i think good i thought it was and i don't really know why i feel like how close to be like many ncaa s he wants like those things really that's weird okay okay i don't think we have that photo now i don't think we're going to get open i take that i don't think we i have photos of us tonight was should i mean maybe you do too but it was one of the senators photos good pitches in the seventh jerry don't boy now that i said that you have to be were in the semis very do was a were a phone is nothing something for for bradley's me to roger video to some atari it was that disrespectful come on don't go there was not disrespectful because we were very respectful correct moore is asking if i worry makeup tonight and i will not be now but i'm told there will be television cameras maybe she would you be nervous should i be nervous for this no i kind of a him well you know as charlie he's going to give pm et a to upgrade get by the mpg to upgrade their systems yeah that's a big part of you know where the green line extension is on the presidents i know shula so right we may have some money calming music charities it just there's a carrot me yeah because right takeaway right will both are happening now so i don't know where i've.
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"This time around dimension houston one isn't coming news radio in thirty we got lead summerville island reunite i high and belinda noted this could be one of hardly calls i've ever had to make a lot the until a slide from story well because what i'm hearing you know i heard that one they well you know people you know there never this saying and i know what it's like my brother what you do when you're father in the head of my health moore should get a better yet he was lindholm ana goal was his fifth of the fifty i'm getting his it to myself and my brother thank you my mother trying to protect me she didn't know exactly that it was happening into my brother they thought there regrets plenty it was an alcoholic too it didn't work it's confided hora but it was house bill torrey and i can identify with eight people how they feel but at least they were aware of that but my brother has all time it you know a seventy four i'm going to be seventy into and a lot and it never go away not so that's good i mean because he and and you know what and when you attract other you know keith folks clubs they have similar backcourt around it weird it just it it never goes away and i think my so we should we were it at it might argue the travel and we would beg my on monday we thank him we know we can try awaken rico live on clay fell so when it comes back for not here and she she only had a six grade and occasion so we could never leave she was afraid to go out on around a different yeah yeah but it meant right now and within work to name a few are women worked that was just film it's still rock because when you when you're tainted when people you don't act of playing like other people and they only picked or the thing i have its reader heyward because she had to cope with the cubs and i knew that i i there was a book about her life and she had her mother what in the same role with her because she had to happy shaded reed about it he had the same situation well lead i've never been playing.
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"Parents have to find other daycare for their kids after the state pulls a licenses of the four remaining terry is little pumpkins locations in revere manfred summerville in chelsea here's w bees atp's beth drama owner terry but tunnel wasn't answering questions but the state has cited her for daycare locations for numerous violations and cut off funding for the boucher's she relies on two run her programs now she tells parents still have to close the owner told employees in a letter that without findings taken on now provide them paint sacks something she says he's working with the state to rectify menu will get together renewed here in boston aimed at helping people that i get the city better many organizations or represented at this conference from public safety to advocacy groups and those who help design better systems to get people route like notice director of the umass transportation settle he says there's a big challenge bringing all of the different ways we get around together part of the past nation part of what makes it interesting in trying to get to make sure that were thinking about safety operational dish and see across home and don't lose says the one watt who's been gone there's always more work to do when it comes to getting us from here to there you know massachusetts a leader in terms of separated by queens in the country you're trying to think about ways to keep the modes running but safe at the same time in downtown boston ben partner of the b's eight newsradio ten thirty in sports the yankees beat the rot socks five goal on some half w bz newsradio ten thirty gerrit introduces at a time when the tissue is one menu last forever it's called chosen by the time in the past one of the kind story on the chair eight content with the book of floated past the documents or diamonds journey and free to a certified chosen time his hands tonight card and polished by gerrit expert after leaving our hands until they get stearns the one dont pick maybe and only come from not to tear.
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"Was first by green and yellow cab companies of summerville partial clean and say friday always provided the drivers are vetted by local police and you won't be hit with surge price him because of the holidays for because of inclement weather conditions find a mobile app by searching green cap and yellow cab companies of call them at six one seven six two eight oh six hundred green and yellow cab of summerville six one seven six two eight oh six hundred you'll never be late morning meeting is up next with jaclyn cashman and hillary chabot ninth at noon here on boston herald radio while the one chris lonnie up that franklin pierce university for primary matters i'm john set the chatty have a great wednesday everyone boston herald radio news now.