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"tim ellis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"D. in North Korea I merry course study fox news new information regarding the possible whereabouts and health of north Korean leader Kim Jong moon this morning a key aide to south Korea's president insisting to fox news that Kim is quote alive and well the aid went on to say that South Korea has been aware of the north Korean leaders location a sense April thirteenth the situation seemed less certain last week that's when reports on Kim's health after apparently undergoing a cardio vascular procedure sparked wild speculation and rumors North Korea is known for cloaking sensitive news inside its borders meanwhile China has confirmed eleven more cases of the corona virus but no new deaths for the eleventh day in a row it brings its official count to eighty two thousand eight hundred and twenty seven infected people but in the U. S. getting back to work is a top priority right now U. S. secretary of labor Eugene Scalia making an appearance on fox's America's news headquarters explaining what Congress should avoid doing for a successful economic rebound from the corona virus pandemic part of what gave us that very robust economy we had was a lack of unnecessary burdens restrictions constraints on business free markets free Americans are gonna be very important to this rebound too but it looks like Hawaii is not loosening pandemic restrictions state leaders are extending the stay at home order and the mandatory quarantine for visitors through may thirty first meanwhile sports coaches are wondering when they can get fans back in the stadium the NFL chief marketing officer Tim Ellis saying this morning on fox and friends that the NFL is hoping to start the season as scheduled this fall we plan to start as as targeted by in the fall so that is our plan and we will continue to monitor the situation I'm working together with all the regulators on the.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"D. in North Korea I merry course study fox news new information regarding the possible whereabouts and health of north Korean leader Kim Jong moon this morning a key aide to south Korea's president insisting to fox news that Kim is quote alive and well the aid went on to say that South Korea has been aware of the north Korean leaders location is since April thirteenth the situation seemed less certain last week that's when reports on Kim's health after apparently undergoing a cardio vascular procedure sparked wild speculation and rumors North Korea is known for cloaking sensitive news inside its borders meanwhile China has confirmed eleven more cases of the corona virus but no new deaths for the eleventh day in a row it brings its official count to eighty two thousand eight hundred and twenty seven infected people but in the U. S. getting back to work is a top priority right now U. S. secretary of labor Eugene Scalia making an appearance on fox's America's news headquarters explaining what Congress should avoid doing for a successful economic rebound from the corona virus pandemic part of what gave us that very robust economy we had was a lack of unnecessary burdens restrictions constraints on business free markets free Americans are gonna be very important to this rebound too but it looks like Hawaii is not loosening pandemic restrictions state leaders are extending the stay at home order and the mandatory quarantine for visitors through may thirty first meanwhile sports coaches are wondering when they can get fans back in the stadium the NFL chief marketing officer Tim Ellis saying this morning on fox and friends that the NFL is hoping to start the season as scheduled this fall we plan to start as as targeted.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"Not sure how the cows would feel about that Actually interviewed a couple of them. You interviewed the cows. Yeah all right. Do you have a muffler that lets you understand. Cows course I think finally works on sentient beings. We'd cow sentient. Yes what okay. Wow all right you should have started talking to your cow before you sold. Oh Man Yeah I guess so but I mean I do not have room in my house for a cow. There was no reason to keep a cow other than to have a conversation which is not a good enough reason to keep a cow. Let's just ignorance speaking. All right. Find Cows are great conversations that that's great not great enough to be worth taking up as much space as that cow was taking up in my living room. I think the same argument would be made for you. Okay sure fine. If I'm to be quite honest Max the reason why I keep watching you and the little mistakes you make and having to clean up after you is you give me purpose I give you purpose. I find joy in fixing your mistakes. You know what speaking of fixing my mistakes. How did you fix the wedding problem primarily? I used my time time reverse screwdriver. With what is that this little Handy Dandy guy here okay. It just looks like a normal screwdriver. Doesn't it Nice uh elegant simple. What does it do it reverses time in the localized fashion for inanimate objects whistle? How did that help with the and wedding that I accidentally crashed so I- reverse time cake you popped in while the wedding was still going on literally right after I left? Yes I'd and quickly going downhill fast. Well okay so you are literally just spying on me all the time pretty much. That makes me uncomfortable. It's fair I'm going to keep doing it though. I wish you wouldn't another genie. I don't do your wishes. Yes no I didn't mean literal. Wish actually speaking of that are there other dimensions mentioned with Genie's. Yes do you happen to have the coordinates of them now. Do actually have them in. Your does not going to give them to me okay. Yeah that's fine. I could could show you the world shining simmering splendid but I worked fine joe magic carpet by the next time. I find a genie though. I'm going to wish that you would stop following me and spying on me. It's not gonNA work anti genius. Find All these my I wish to wish away. You're anti January. I don't have an genie ray. It's not a real thing demi ooh that's not a real thing is a time dilation screwdriver real thing to localized time reversal screwdriver. And yes it is a real thing. Okay so clockwise for forward counterclockwise reverse RU WHOA. Okay Yeah I see that. Ceiling Fan is going forward and backward. That is pretty cool. That was just switch on the family. What okay but does this? You'd ever really work. Yes thanks show-me. He's open the fridge. Here grab a couple of eggs in. And they're a through it on the Ground Daryl rate let the Oh okay. Wow there's reassembled lifted lifted up off the floor. The Fridge opened and they went back inside of it. That's incredible Obviously this is real this. I believe you also delicious pushes drink right. Yes well I have to head back but I guess you probably already knew that didn't you because obviously I still haven't really figured out the whole time limit thing on my portal Porto. Yeah I mean I guess. I'm not really sure what happens if I go past. Twenty minutes terrible things. How do you know because many things? uh-huh yeah I think you're guessing I don't. I think you really know what would happen at my portal. Stayed Open for longer than twenty minutes and think you should do it. Will I mean. I don't think I should either necessarily but I just want to point out that you don't know everything you're not that smart of course but in a lot more than you so fine. Of course that is a little bar conceded not the low bar part the part that you know more than me. I can see that what I do not see that it is a low bar but like I said I need to leave so I guess I'll leave you to your continual spying Can I creep creeping on me stalking me. For whatever reason is that you have by welcome. Nope I do not thank you. I would thank you to stop. I hi do not need to be overseen. You don't need to fix things I think I'm doing just fine right. Which is why I need to go and fix things all right? Well this has been disappointing. Visit I shouldn't have come back here but I guess I'll see you later. Probably one way or another yes. You will great. Also you probably eat more fiber fiber just saying okay. I'll consider that all right well to open this portal backup cute. You know what the other shut up barely. What what are you talking about what? They'll wait wiggling and noise. It makes. Yeah okay the screaming Kim you know. My Portal is not screaming. Now my pros not saying anything you don't know what cows day so all right good bye all right. Well shut this down. I I do wish that I hadn't back that dimension although I suppose would be spying on me either way and following me through the portals right after I leave. I kind of wish. I didn't know that he was doing that. That's Kinda creepy. But I guess there's nothing I can do about it so I'm just gonNA keep on keeping on take my notes. It's about that conversation and try to think about what I can do to put an end to was smarter. Wilson's creepy inter dimensional stocking and try silting again again in a week. Dispatches from the multi terms is is produced by Jim. Ellis starring Scott Trap as smarter. Wilson is judging you and Tim Ellis as backs De Music by Evil D.. Twenty logo by a Schmidt. Follow us on twitter at dispatches. FM and visit us. Online at dispatches DOC.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"Both directions at one hundred twenty fourth Avenue court the fallen trees that were there have been clear from the roadway and I've come a traffic at nine fourteen all right thanks Tim Ellis check your Kamel forecast with meteorologist Jim o'donnell why everybody Thursday nine western Washington and it has been soggy as all get out today an atmospheric river over the top of this dumb to loads of precipitation especially over the Olympics throughout our Thursday afternoon rain at times again on Friday but this big atmospheric river is out of the way SO four garden variety rain for late January hi settle down closer to fifty around the sound for Friday afternoon Saturday morning looks wet but if you're looking for a break it looks like the best chance at this point will be for a few hours on Saturday afternoon in the weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell I know there might be a little bit of a break in the clouds in Tacoma look upward it's fifty one degrees there cloudy in fifty two in every stay connected stay informed como night side coming up on nine oh six now a como news good evening to you I'm Brian Harris with the top stories from the como twenty four seven news center after one person was killed and seven others hurt in last night's mass shooting in downtown Seattle the city is vowing to clean up the streets the latest from almost Jeff Pohjola what we learned today was that there were actually three shooters last night not just to according to police they began as a dispute outside the McDonald's at thirteen pine and three people opened fire two of the accused party's Tolbert and William Toliver have extensive criminal histories and are still on the run the third suspect Jamelle Jackson was one of the eight who were shot in a sense been arrested but after three shootings in the same area in just over twenty four hours mayor Jenny Derek in another city leaders say they will do more to curb the violence however I do not think Seattle's in crisis I think that Seattle is a big city that has like other big city challenges but if.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"Oh Hi Hello Hi check your malls check your malls. Get him checked. That's all. What are you the ghost of dermatology the ghost of dermatology? Yeah all right. That's what I specialize in great so check your malls souls all right. I will check my moles. jotting down also great so hey oh wow okay you come in off quite like pottery. I don't think I've got time for that but could spoon. We'll make pottery together uh-huh jeeze by this awkward. No I'm highly is interested UNSUBSCRIBE. You're not my kind of ghost for for just twenty dollars pay for that go way. No I did not. I would not sorry for that. All right. Sorry he's No. I didn't mean read to get him. I mean I mean unless you're interested nope past ooh well. I'm the ghost of writing notes to people to tell them about about important information. Like if you drink all the milk in the fridge leave a note for someone so that they know to buy more milk. Okay what have I live alone on. It could be a reminder for yourself be courteous to yourself L. K.. Write a note a reminder because what if somebody comes over and they're like eight we we we'd love some milk and you're like oh I forgot I don't have any milk. Then they would they would have to drink something else like the water for juice or pop beer something. I don't even know what you have in your house. Why are you asking me these questions so social feared situated all right? Hey Ghost Wilson blew off their your. Yeah is that it because I think I'm actually kinda getting in short on time here. I mean I think we have more but if you gotta go I do. And you didn't seem phased at all when I just kind of popped into here my portal. Is that a thing you you've seen a lot of in most of our customers come here really You don't get people walking in off the street then known signed a real street. What eight Wilson? I erupt toilets clogged again. I wasn't my script. It was somebody else's why I we ran out goes toilet. Paper took my script again. There needs to be an an intervention with him so many scripts. It sounds like you've got a lot to deal with here so I'm GonNa go ahead and head on out so open. This portal backup here. You're you know I don't. You're called myrtle now. Myrtle myrtle that's not fair. Okay Fair share your head down. I can show a lot of things down that toilet. Let me see my cat. I can't find my cat Uh for the love all right. Well you guys have mine and good luck with the The toilet problems. Thanks yeah all right. Okay wow guess I learned a lesson or something and actually think I learned any lessons. Shut the portal royal down and now I'm really stretching here to find any kinda lesson at all in the only thing I can think of is definitely rate somebody at ten and if they're gonNa hit you with the toaster otherwise that's the only lesson I got. You actually know there is one more. Don't flush scripts down on the spectral toilet that might be useful a longtime from now for me or you know if somebody's listening to this somehow from the spectral plane don't flush scripts down the toilet and always leave out all right. Well now these things all shut down. I guess I'll take down some notes here and we when this alert on my phone convene more requests for six thousand dollars from the Christmas haunting dimension no decline hard decline. No no no no. Let's see them. Come after me here. I don't think they have any way to to get me so good luck collecting on that. I guess we'll try again in another week. dispatches from the multi verse is produced by two Belus this starring Scott trapped as the go still Christmas Wilson and Tim Ellis as Max with special Guests Aaron James as the ghost of Christmas past and Rebecca James as the ghost of Christmas presents pottery ghosts music by Kevin McLeod The music by Evil D. Twenty and logo by Abe Schmidt. Follow us on twitter at dispatchers. FM and visit US online at dispatches dispatches dot.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"What did I just say. Is it okay for me to be scared. Yeah well this is this is your at our wedding seemed to have changed Wilson new man. Maybe I shouldn't have used that laser suture on you wonder if I could do physical harm. What if I do this. Is it too late tobacco right and they said I feel good. I mean not really my hand. Hurts did not feel good. No I disagree that. How about uh-huh that one that was not nice? That's for the GIG. I feel like that may may Wilson feel good so maybe you should let him what Willie Grandma okay You know what actually I think. It's about time for me to leave. You know all the champagne others glass down here no cutlip Shiva. Oh you know what actually WanNa get married. I can say it I didn't like you. I never liked you. Oh I think he may be going a little overboard. There Wilson d does I wanted to. I'm starting to feel worse about frying your chip than I did about breaking the kick in the ice sculpture in the champagne flutes. I'm I have always loved trees. Okay more so than any me. It sounds like you guys have a lot to workout here so I'm GonNa go ahead and just open his portal backup boy. I'm real real sorry about this. Miss Phillips please. I'm afraid I really really can't do that. I'm going to have to check out of this portal here right back to where I came from so I'm I'm sorry you need. It was my merit would ince can he. I'm glad I'm wow that that is that's real nice and I'm really sorry Wilson team migrant mothers. I think he tied around his head like Bandana right before he ran out. Oh yeah actually if you look out the windows you can see him. MM He appears to actually only wearing the veil around his head now and nothing else. He's streaking through the parking lot towards that forest. That's what he needs to McAfee. All die alone without my grandmother's fail. You know what actually hang on listen. How many of you young men here are are unmarried. Yeah okay. I see your hands. I need one of you to get up right now and Mary. This woman that just needs to happen. WHOA only one only one yeah okay yeah you this guy here. Look good yes. They all look very good tocchet. You stand here. You stand here okay great and what's your name name. Matthew Okay Great Matthew. Meet your soon to be wife here. We go all right so I guess you can be my something new and very nice breath okay very nice all right perfect so go ahead and continued ceremony. I'M GONNA go ahead and deck right after this portal here. which is been open for? Nobody else went through that right. It wouldn't be very nice for anyone else. Use My portal so I hope no one did. I don't think anybody did we. Don't use other people's property yeah okay. That's what I thought all right okay. Well have a nice wedding as much as you can. I guess already related walking looking in as it were who a well. This Day just started off bad and and even worse. I don't think I've ever had a visit to another dimension. Go quite as badly as that just did. I really feel bad for screwing screwing things up at that wedding. Though Wilson did seem to be in a much better place I mean sort of onset chip got disabled yeah. Hopefully that hasn't come back to bite me anytime later. All right photos all shut down now so I'm going to take down some very depressing notes We interrupt your regularly scheduled credits to briefly request that you take our listener survey at dispatches is dot. FM Slash survey. We now return you to your regularly scheduled credits. The patches from the multiples is produced by Tim Ellis starring Scott Trap as not nice anymore Wilson and Tim Tim L. S. as with Special Guest Kristina Curtis as Free Phillips Music by Bogu by Abe Schmid all of us on twitter at dispatches. FM and visit US online at dispatches dot F. M. Ah..

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"tim ellis" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"You know, there's just some some basic common denominators among all of us, and ultimately it's the same burger. And you know, Bill Gates is a big, big burger fan. You know, I think they might have purposefully located Microsoft near the Bellevue burger master, the one that's right there on five twenty right off a five twenty. That's interesting because shake shack is right. An Amazon's backyard. It's going into satellite union thing. Yeah. And to be clear that was when they first moved back from or they I moved from Albuquerque to the region. They were in Bellevue and basically the burger master was the equivalent of their cafeteria, and then they moved to Redmond, but okay. So shake shack is in Amazon, makes total says it's trendy burger in the heart of Amazon land. Make sense for Seattle. Okay. Well, my random channel item, I do need to check out shake shack. Now, what's your random channel? My random channel, the behind the scenes of the geekwire summit was especially fun. This year. I got to hang out backstage with Reggie fees. Somme the Nintendo of America president. It just a lot of fun and he had like his Mario pen on Tim Ellis. One of our contributors who's on our show occasionally, Tim, Tim turned into a total fan. Boy. It was pretty fun. He went in there with his intendo switch and and had a pen ready for Reggie to sign in sort of white silver and Tim's got a good tweet out on that. We should link to that from the show notes to Tim's tweet with the picture. As I said, the the register met the Tim. So that was a lot of fun. You had a killer interview with Tony west Uber general counsel. You held his feet to the fire. Your last question was something along the lines of why should anybody trust her anymore? It was. It was like it was so good, Monica, and people came up afterwards when we were at the event and and he called a tough, but fair. And those were the questions in this was the sentiment from the attendees that I heard. Those were the questions that needed to be asked of over Tony was great person to interview you and he's got a ton of experience. He was worked in the Obama White House and to be fair. He inherited many of the problems that Uber, but I also think it gave him an opportunity to do what much of the new leadership is doing now, which is taking responsibility saying, we're sorry and saying, give us another chance. He definitely did that. You sure did. So, in fact, next week on the podcast, on the geekwire podcast, we will be sharing the full interview Monica's interview with Tony west of Uber. So be. Sure to subscribe to the podcast that geekwire dot com slash podcast or your favorite podcast app to catch that discussion. Just all sorts of interesting discussions that I got to have. I got to talk to sue, Desmond Hellman the Gates Foundation CEO. They did a fascinating grant to an organization that's going to be studying different levels of economic mobility and how people move out of poverty or don't based on the specific neighborhoods they live in and fascinating. Yeah, the organization is called opportunity insights, and they partnered with the US census to map down to really micro neighborhoods the child's chances of earning more than their parents did. In the case of children growing up in poverty, their chances of moving out of poverty in Seattle. For example, there are huge differences between neighborhoods that are just a mile or two apart that looking at them, you wouldn't know what was going on here. So it gives an opportunity for parents especi-.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"Tucked away in a California business. Park is a company called relativity space relativity is three d. printing entire rockets CEO Tim Ellis says three d. printing entire rockets was. Virtually unthinkable until recently and it can be done in a fraction of the time, it takes using traditional methods crazy fast. Actually the whole rocket we can prince about sixty the company has partnered with NASA and it has raised over For forty five million dollars, to help build Stargate the largest three d. nettle printer in the world Stargate, has cut production. Materials down from one hundred thousand parts to fewer than. One thousand and it does all. Of it at a significantly reduced cost our long-term vision, is to thirty printing the first rocket Nate on Mars and eventually relativity hopes. To mind. The raw materials it needs directly from the red planet with Tech Trends I'm Brian Clark ABC news factor John Goodman opens up for the first time but the Roseanne drama more from ABC's Jason Nathanson John Goodman says the cancellation of. Roseanne and everything surrounding it left him broken hearted telling the, Sunday Times. He was depressed for about a month he defended his former work friends saying. Quote I know for a fact that. Roseanne. Is not a racist he says he emailed her but is not heard back offering that she was going through hell at the time and she's still going through how as ABC's. Decision to cancel Rosanna says he was. Surprised, by that and. That's probably all you should. Say about it and for the, upcoming spinoff the Connor suspect Relates that his character will be mopey because his wife's, dead I mean we've heard as to the fate of Roseanne's character Jason Nathanson, ABC news Hollywood Everything you missed, while they work update and unwind. On.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"In a California business park is a company called relativity space relativity is three d. printing, entire rockets CEO Tim Ellis says three d. printing entire. Rockets was virtually unthinkable until recently and it can be done. In a fraction of the time it takes using traditional methods crazy fast actually the whole rocket we can prince and about sixty, the company has partnered with NASA and it has. Raised over, forty five. Million dollars to help build Stargate the largest three d.. Metal printer in the world Stargate. Has cut production materials down from one hundred thousand parts, to fewer More than one. Thousand, and it does. All of it at a significantly. Reduced cost our long-term vision is, to three d print in the first rocket made on Mars and eventually relativity hopes to mind the raw materials it needs. Directly from the red planet with Tech Trends I'm Brian Clark ABC news Actor John Goodman opens up for the first time. But the Roseanne drama more, from ABC's Jason Nathanson John Goodman says the cancellation of Roseanne and everything surrounding it left him broken hearted telling the Sunday Times he was depressed for about. A month he defended his former work, friends saying quote I know for a fact that. Roseanne is not a racist, he says, he emailed her but does not heard back offering that she was going. Through hell, at the time and she's still going through how, as for, ABC's decision to. Cancel Roseanne he says he was surprised by that and that's probably all you should say about it and for the upcoming spinoff the Connors he speculates that his character will. Be mopey because his wife. Is dead I hand we've heard as to the fate of Roseanne's character Jason Nathanson ABC news Hollywood.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"To the voice of. Pittsburgh, NewsRadio ten. Twenty k Manju you know day two of. Paul Manafort trial in Virginia President Trump's former campaign chairman being prosecuted as a result of. The molar investigation and with us right now covering. It today Bill Rakoff CBS news in Washington Bill. This trial seems to be speeding itself along with jury. Selection completed in less, than a day. Opening statements made, yesterday and now the trial really. In the full swing, today yeah that's right the judge. In this case is TESL yet I should say T. S Ellis Tim Ellis and he, is known as the rocket docket he does not waste time and getting things done the jury selection was interesting yesterday and it this we sat there and they were going through. The picks the judge kept saying let's expedite council let's expedite council and he certainly has not wasted anytime moving. The questioning Long between both the prosecution and defense cross examination of the witnesses so yes now the. Prosecution is telling the judge, that, they think, they can have their case wrapped up by mid next? Week oh, wow that is fast there, are some interesting things that have come out about words that cannot be said with the attorneys as they are questioning witnesses. This goes to the heart of what the, judge said at the outset of this. Before the trial started he said in no way is he going to let this become a. Side show of the, Trump Russia campaign because at the end of the day. He, said it's. Not about that at all it's not about. Mr. Manafort stealing with the Trump organization or the Trump campaign this is all about alleged. Tax evasion and Bank fraud did happen back in. Two thousand ten and so along those lines he. Was saying look let's stay away from talk like that. As the prosecution was, mentioning oligarchs Moni. Both yesterday and, today the judge said hey you know can we find Something else to use let's oligarch has, a negative tone to it let's say finance Sears and, they said because if the again at the end of the day. We're not, judging Manafort by who he's hanging out with we're judging him for the alleged offenses here of tax fraud and Bank. Fraud, and, what's also interesting. Too is that Rick gates his former partner that was charged he pleaded guilty and it was expected that he was going to. Testify in this trial and there are some brings that took place that are bringing that into some doubt, well I and going to, walk that back just a little bit after talking with my colleagues CBS's Paula Reed? Who's also a lawyer and very involved, in this case what they had said this. Morning in response to a question about entering something into evidence the judge said. Well look are you gonna have Rick gates on the standard and he said the prosecutor said. We may or we may, not have him, on, but what Paula was saying is that while we may or may not have Rick gates. On let's not prevent that, from, introducing this, piece of evidence Into the into, the record so what it may not be a case, of you know whether or not they feel it's a. Good thing to put Rick gates on the stand he's been described as their. Star witness and it would, be a surprise if, he did not take the stand, probably either late this week or first part of next week it's a curious thing that, the judge does not want the president turning it doesn't want the president mentioned and. Have, this turn into some kind of a show but as the trials going on today the president just could not help himself in tweeting about Paul. Manafort Andy investigation, yeah he did and tweeted this morning that you know Paul Manafort is being treated worse, than you know, as, he, put it Al Fahad Capone back in the day, I guess he's, trying to be, literary there but in any case you know he. Continues to say that Manafort is getting a raw deal from the Muller investigation and that's just, a key part of Mr. Trump's overall message today saying The investigation led by the seventeen quote unquote dirty Democrats is a. Disgrace to the United States and he thinks Manafort, getting caught up in this in an effort to maybe turn him to testify against Trump or something. Like that you know is a mistake, but again a lot of people saying that defensive Manafort is a clear, signal to Manafort take heart you know no matter what happens. With this maybe I've got your back and I think that's the one. Thing that Manafort is counting on beyond anything else that even if he's convicted he's going. To hope for a presidential pardon the, I've heard different references to unfairly being used with others at the president has. Pardoned, and he's using that same term oftentimes and making, references to Paul Manafort I guess a lot of it will come down to if there is a conviction in, there's still an if if there's a conviction. Because it's possible that, Manafort will, be acquitted on all charges in this trial and in the one to come in. A month or so to what extent are those convictions if it's overwhelming Then. Does it make it more, difficult for the president to come in and pardon where if he's there's only a guilty on a couple of, charges does it then make it easier well I you know I think it probably would be more difficult but again if he's found not guilty on all the charges there's no need to pardon so right. You know what will be interesting is to see the timing if there is a pardon if it happens within the days or do we wait till the entire cycle of the legal situation is over and you mentioned the trial in DC that's coming up a little bit. Later on next month at least? It's scheduled so The. President hasn't mentioned it specifically but again he's, sending these little messages out near to Manafort to suggest that hey you know, hang in there there's always a light, at, the end of the tunnel Bill Raikov. CBS news in Washington Bill thank you very much for your time thanks benjy right now would you just for clarity when it comes to Paul? Manafort and the charges that he's facing if he's found guilty on, an overwhelming majority of them in? This, trial, and in, the next it may make it more difficult. For the, president to then justify a pardon but if he's, only found guilty in a. Couple of. The chargers but overwhelmingly found not guilty in the others it may make it easier for. The president at least politically with the support of not necessarily his base across the country but with lawmakers in Washington to say yes you can go ahead and do that and nobody's going to see that. As some aspect of. Obstruction Or interference in an investigation k. radio, news time six fifteen the way you, can,.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stay with us coming up on the news hour the setbacks black boys face even if they grow up in wealthy families and dogs that can sense a person's drop in blood pressure whether it's with plastic metal or even living tissue three d printing has been around since the nineteen eighties it's been used mostly for prototyping and so far is still cheaper to make most large volume consumer goods like bottlecaps using traditional methods but as miles o'brien reports recent advances could launch three d printing into a new era it's the subject of tonight's leading edge story which airs every wednesday just another day in an office park near lax no clue to the travelers above that a whole new approach to manufacturing is underway beneath their feet it's happening at a young startup called relativity a team of for real rocket scientists pushing space technology by pushing three d printing technology to its limits here they are printing rocket's nosecone to nozzle rockets are the lightest weights on most expensive largest difficult to make thing that really three d printing is is the optimal solution for relativity cofounders tim ellis and jordan noon both realized this while working at large established aerospace manufacturers where three d printing has been used for decades to make prototypes or few parts here and there they figure technology now makes it possible to think bigger but to do this they first had to build something bigger the largest metal three d printer in the world made our own head where we have aluminum wire fed in by this nozzle here and then we're using eleven kilowatt fiber laser he's actually melt the aluminum feed and material on the rights than the than the laser nelson so it's very very powerful laser actually blind date from over fifty kilometers away good thing they aren't evil geniuses their mega printer is called stargate a three armed fifteen foot tall robot it hasn't made a whole rocket yet but it has printed out a fuel tank and an engine relativity fullthrottled trust into three d printing is just one milestone on the long.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"And keira jordan outcome lending seth wayne and the forecast late ahead grind today back to work back to school under mostly sunny skies gough for some patchy areas of fog this morning but plenty of sunshine go to sixty degrees today upper 50s at you tuesday still clear for halloween and then clouds will increase regon cooler and wet as we round out the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center 55 in lots of sunshine downtown at eleven thirty six twenty minutes of nonstop news continues some people who live near a vancouver washy to church staged a protest over the weekend they don't like the churches planned to allow homeless people the cap out of the parking lot at sears people are going to leave at night and whoever is in this parking i is potentially you know the end the rising pas clear in our neighbourhood officials at the laurel would baptist church say they appreciate the neighbors concerns but they wanna provide people with safe place to sleep no word yet when the church will open up its parking lot to the homeless one man was shot to death of tacoma early yesterday police say it happened near eighty four that south hosburgh round one forty in the morning officers arrived to find a man and woman both in their twenties both suffering from gunshot wounds a man died or nearby hospital of woman at only minor injuries no word on a suspect or motive a selfdescribed data junkie from seattle says he has uncovered the biggest crotch used by tech writers your skulls brian calvert okay so when you hear it it may not seem like a big deal on the surface but in headline after headlined tim ellis tells geek wire there's a word used over and over to eject drama industries about tech companies that word quietly like facebook quietly launches mac and pc workplace chat apps comcast quietly introduces finnity nintendo quietly added wireless usb headphones support it's almost as if these megacompanies believe they can be stealth but it's not the company's at.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"Homeless one man was shot to death in tacoma early yesterday police say it happened your 84th than south housed moore at around one forty in the morning police arrived to fight of and and a woman both in their twenties both suffering from gunshot wounds the man died at a nearby hospital and woman had minor injuries no word on the suspect or the motive us representative privilege eia paul will be in seattle for a town hall of the republican party tax reform plan dia pop this grabbing the plan is a giveaway to the wealthy that would have costly impacts on working families a town hall from six pm at plymouth congregational church off sixth avenue once again a selfdescribed data junkie from seattle says he has uncovered the biggest crotch used by tech writer jewish comes brian calvert okay so when you hear it it may not seem like a big deal on the surface but in headline after headline tim ellis till's geek wire there's a word used over and over to eject drama industries about tech companies that word quietly like facebook quietly launches mac and pc workplace chat apps comcast quietly introduces xfinity nintendo quietly added wireless usb headphones support it's almost as if these megacompanies believe they can be stealth but it's not the company's at all after all can any company that size do something quietly ellis says it the tech rider using the advert quietly we all have our crutch words some of us say a teenager say like tim writes that it'll be interesting to see whether or not tech news sites decide to tone down their usage of quietly in their headlines after this analysis if they do he says he has a feeling that they'll probably do it quietly brian calvert komo news fluids.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on KOMO

"To school under mostly sunny skies golfers attaching areas of fog this morning but plenty of sunshine get this going to sixty degrees today upper 50s at your tuesday still clear for halloween hiddink clouds will increase for gone cooler and wet as we round out the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center three chile this morning solely forty three degrees at seatac airport right now through in the tacoma area i wonder if the this is accurate and says 55 degrees right not prompt the king not too it's thirty four in arlington with plenty of fog komo news time 535 just getting our word of a power outage about 1600 pse customers have no power its searches from covington to auburn and satellite should be back on by about seven thirty this morning come komo news time five thirty six a selfdescribed data junkie from seattle says he has uncovered the biggest crutch used by tech writers almost brian calvert is here to explain well you hear it it may not seem like a big deal on the surface but in headline after headline tim ellis tells geek choir there's a word used all over and over to inject drama into stories about tech companies that word quietly facebook quietly launches mac and pc workplace chattha apps comcast quietly introduces xfinity nintendo quietly added wireless usb had performed support 9'0 those are worldshaking headlines to you and me it's all most as if these megacompanies believe they can do something so stealthy but it's not the company's at all after all can and he company that size do something quietly ellis says it's the tech rider using the adverb quietly we all have our crutch words some of us say a law teenagers say like time earth tim rights that it would be interesting to see whether or not tech news sites decided to tone down their usage of quietly in headlines after reading his analysis if they do he says he has a feeling they'll probably do it quietly brian calvert komo news komo news time five thirty seven.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Serrano materials and propellant are five percent or less of the cost eighty ninety percent are labor in and the rest to kind of operational and things on the one side and so it's really how to take that raw material maker rocket the actually oregon fly in the most efficient way that tim ellis ceo of relativity space his company has come up with a new way to make rockets faster and cheaper than just about anyone else and it involves giant three dprint is with us now to explain why relative is he may fundamentally change the space industry as we know no it is being backs ashley vance so ashley if i i look into the future i thought this room for a company like this but what exactly all they doing pretty unique take on how you would build a rocket typically today rockets are made with very traditional techniques like welding and that it's a lot emmanuel labour and so relativity space they've decided to use these massive threeday printers to melt metal and and make automated rocket factory and they've got eighteen foot three d printers yeah it's pretty crazies away reppas factory in los angeles that i was kind of the first reporter the gulf ago visits in these things are massive it's this eighteen foot tall are minutes got a laser at the end of a deal there's three of them that can work on sunday at the same time and so typically in the rocket business people have three d printed engines and smaller parts but nobody's printed massive things like a 20foot fuel tanker eventually the entire rocket than so these robotic arms are able to freely prep is these huge pieces out of aluminum salish success had they have right there on a mission no pun intended to actually build a rocket in less time and a lot less expensive cheaper right way cheaper tell me what kind of progress they've had well oh it's early days to try to build a rock group rivers along the way but their company started and of 2015 and so they've been going for a couple of years they've already three imprinted in german they've testfired it at this latter facility and mississippi and if three me printed this huge fuel take so i actually got to go and see.

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"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tim ellis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Serrano materials and propellant are five percent or less of the cost eighty ninety percent or labor in and the rest i kind of operational fees things otherwise and so it's really how do you take that raw material may caracas i work and fly it in the most efficient way that's tim ellis ceo of relativity space his company has come up with a new way to make rockets faster and cheaper than just about anyone else and it involves giant three dprint is with us now to explain why relativity may fundamentally change the space industry as we know it is being backs ashley vance so ashley if i look into the future i thought this room for a company like this but what exactly all they do well they have a pretty unique take on how you would build a rocket you know typically today rockets are made with very traditional techniques like welding and then it's a lot of money ual labor and so relativity space they've decided to use these massive threeday d printers to melt metal and and make automated rocket factory and they've got eighteen foot three d is yeah it's pretty are at the factory in los angeles that i was kind of the first reporter the gulf ago visit than these things are massive it's this eighteen foot tall are minutes got a laser at the end of it and there's three of only can work on something at the same time and so typically in the rocket business people have thirty of printed engines and these smaller parts but nobody's printed massive things like a 20foot fuel tanker eventually the entire rocket than so these robotic arms are able to freely prep is these huge pieces out of aluminum saleh's success have they have right there on a mission no pun intended to actually build a rocket in less time and a lot less expensive cheaper right way cheaper tell me what kind of progress they've had well it's early days to be sure if you try to build a rock group rivers along the way but their company started around and of 2015 and so they've been going for a couple of years they worthy three imprinted engine and they've testfired a at this nasa facility in mississippi and they've three d printed this huge fuel tank so i actually got to go and see.

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