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"tina walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:22 min | 5 months ago

"tina walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back J. secular life so we've got a lot of calls and what is the stimulus meet to meet we we've already heard the press coverage there the tax the deferment that will be allowed for small businesses so with that do pass through taxation which affects all of us that's a lot of your employers or you you're listening right now up to a million dollars covers a lot of small businesses if they if they owe that much does he defer up to ninety days member these are all measures which could be extended but but they're try like even the guidelines we got yesterday for the ten people or less and you have a payroll tax holiday they're talking about anywhere from six to eight months yeah but all the guidelines to two week test yeah if that significantly floods this curve we're talking about what do we need to take additional measures are people following the recommendations without having to go and make them legally enforceable respectively police having to enforce it we don't want to get there is a country I we don't have to become the French or the Italians where they're having to do it by basically it's kind of system of almost martial law yeah where where we're the only city right now New York is pretty close but only San Francisco has done a shelter in place New York is fairly closely says they're close to it there but I want to play this is Steve Mnuchin talking about how you how did the federal government's trying to get cash to you within the next two weeks under president trump's guides by twenty six although the president likes the idea of the payroll tax holiday I will tell you what we've heard from many people in the president to said we can consider this a payroll tax holiday would get people money over the next six to eight months we're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately and what we've heard from hard working Americans many companies have now shut down whether it's bars or restaurants Americans need cash now when the president wants to get cash now and I mean now in the next two weeks are excellent let me tell you what that does a tax holiday helps because it gives a break payroll tax deferral or payroll tax holiday helps but it takes time direct payments to the American people puts the money in the hands of the consumer which enables the consumer to pay their bills paid their mortgage pay their rent by the food necessary so that we should be optimistic that our government is thinking this aggressively and by the way I think in this healthcare is we're gonna gets a doctor on this week to talk about some medical issues is the kind of thing you got to be aggressive on and I think the American people understand that the White House clearly does again we're balancing constitutional issues I'm looking at how the balance of all that works and I will tell you that what I've seen thus far meets the constitutional standards whether it's the gathering restrictions whether it is you know some of these tax holidays that they're talking about or the direct payments these are the way you stimulate the economy and our creative because you don't want to have a situation where what we don't here's the problem we really don't know the duration of this president said if we can flatten the curve this could be passed us by August that seems like a long time way for most people yeah it does say that that that is again what measures we're going to have to take to do that by August is also questions what does that mean for most of us that means school you're not going back if your school was close him for most of them in school that's been this is a major part about going back to school for the rest of the year it means a lot of the summer programming that your kids were signed up for I'm not going back it means more working from home the other talk about that today is that the the industry but that's that is actually see some come back is like home computers and it's specifically people who are buying read for home surfer and kind of work from home set ups because that's an industry that was actually not doing so great because a lot of tough things like that but the people say we'll be there long term I need a bigger screen I need multiple screens yet because the tech world that we live in so we're starting to see some industries pick up I think that you will start to see that as well once this kind of starts we start living at our new reality for the next six months but but what I was gonna say let's get an update from fan fan that's where the legislation is right now and all this stimulus packages yeah I actually I think this may be the best evidence we have J. of the orderly way that the administration in the hill are working together to roll this out I mean they're they're sort of three tranches the one we talked about last week which which is the first eight point three billion dollars to address vaccines in sort of the virus specific issues that signed into law the second passage of the package is the one that addresses paid sick leave paid family leave unemployment insurance free testing J. the house passed the technical corrections to that last night by unanimous consent that doesn't happen here anymore but they worked in such close conjunction with the administration that they were able to do that and the Senate is considering it today so again an orderly process for that and then today I mean literally as we speak secretary Mnuchin is is briefing some of the press he's heading over to the Senate to brief all Republicans in the Senate after this that's the stimulus passed package that you were talking about and he specifically said like you've been talking about with Jordan this is gonna be direct checks to Americans and yet I think the I think the thing that we need to say there is it's covering some of the gaps that might have existed in that second piece of legislation and leader McConnell has said that the Senate will not adjourn until that third package is passed so come the end of this week J. I think all three of those bills are gonna be through the Senate probably the house will pass the third won by unanimous consent as well and my guess would be by this weekend all three pieces of those legislation will be it through the Congress J. that's a pretty enormous accomplishment given the current political environment I think that is look and this is where the country needs to operate in immunity and I think that's happening and you you gotta put the partisanship aside I mean I know we were middle the presidential campaign but the fact is the American people deserve a fully functioning government right now I think that's happy wanna go and take the call or yeah let's go to phones one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten let's go to Tina calling from Texas online three Tina Walker J. secular life you're on the air hi guys thank you if you'll just bear with me a moment I do know that y'all are strapped for time but I just want to give the people a perspective that I have okay I'm back back on the twelfth of March I felt like I had the flu fever popped at a hundred and one I took the recommended precautions wipe everything down with alcohol wipes come the next morning I put a call into my doctor's office I will like symptoms but I had not been exposed to anyone with the coronavirus I was not in fear of having it but everyone in an instance like this should not leave home but call your doctor and ask the questions required by the CDC it was determined more likely than not it was the flu so my doctor called in Tamil flu started that on Saturday I'm self quarantining now I don't think I have the crown about him being responsible and following my doctors CDCs guideline that you follow these guidelines you and everyone else should be fine so use common sense if you're still on well call your doctor and follow their directions it's pretty simple so everyone please stay calm and don't freak out would like to present you calling in a by the way I went to the CDC said yesterday because I want to be familiar with it as we talk about on radio and I'm glad to say that is it is a very very well thought out site calling your doctors better than going in that's why telemedicine is so important so I think using the cutting edge technologies means lot look folks we're going to break we come back we'll take more your calls but don't forget that the American center for law and justice we're there for you on this broadcast live from our studios today fighting in courts what the twenty seven briefs that have come in on the international criminal court on the situation with Israel we're reviewing all of those as we speak our department of education complaint against the anti semitic activity at Georgia tech is now I think the first case that that under the new rules that have been adopted by the federal government that case moving forward on as well that's right folks we again will be take your phone calls one hundred sixty four thirty one ten questions about this questions about the new guidelines question about the economics of it one hundred sixty four thirty one.

"tina walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"tina walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back J. secular life so we've got a lot of calls and what is the stimulus made to me we we've already heard the press coverage there the tax the deferment that will be allowed for small businesses so that you pass through taxation which affects all of us that's a lot of your employers or you their listing right now up to a million dollars covers a lot of small businesses if they if they owe that much does he defer up to ninety days member these are all measures which could be extended but but they're tried like even the guidelines we got yesterday for the ten people or less and your payroll tax holiday they're talking about anywhere from six to eight months yeah but all the guidelines to two week test yeah if that significantly floods this curve we're talking about what do we need to take additional measures are people following the recommendations without having to go and make them legally enforceable respectively police having to enforce that we don't want to get there is a country I we don't have to become the French the Italians where they're having to do it by basically X. kind of system of almost martial law yeah where where we're the only city right now New York is pretty close but only San Francisco has done a shelter in place New York is fairly closely says they're close to it there but I want to play this is Steve Mnuchin the hockey about how you how did the federal government's trying to get cash to you within the next two weeks under president trump's guides by twenty six although the president likes the idea of the payroll tax holiday I will tell you what we've heard from many people in the president to said we can consider this a payroll tax holiday we get people money over the next six to eight months we're looking at sending checks to Americans a media player and what we've heard from hard working Americans many companies have now shut down whether it's bars or restaurants Americans need cash now when the president wants to get cash now and I mean now in the next two weeks all right so let me tell you what that does a tax holiday helps because it gives a break payroll tax deferral or payroll tax holiday helps but it takes time direct payments to the American people puts the money in the hands of the consumer which enables the consumer to pay their bills paid their mortgage pay their rent by the food necessary so that we should be optimistic that our government is thinking this aggressively and by the way I think in this healthcare issue we're gonna get to a doctor on this week to talk about some medical issues is the kind of thing you got to be aggressive on and I think the American people understand that the White House clearly does again we're balancing constitutional issues I'm looking at how the balance of all that works and I will tell you that what I've seen thus far meets the constitutional standards whether it's the gathering restrictions whether it is you know some of these tax holidays that they're talking about or the direct payments these are the way you stimulate the economy and our creative because you don't want to have a situation where we don't here's the problem we really don't know the duration of this president said if we can flatten the curve this could be passed us by August that seems like a long time way for most people yeah it does that that that is again what measures we're going to have to take to do that by August is also questions what does that mean for most of us that means school you're not going back if your school was close him for most of them in school that's been this is a major part about going back to school for the rest of the year it means a lot of the summer programming that your kids were signed up for I'm not going back it means more working from home the other talk about that today is that the the industry but that's that is actually seeing some comeback is like home computers and it's specifically people who are buying sprees for hope surfer and kind of work from home set ups because that's an industry that was actually not doing so great because of laptops things like that but the people say we'll be there long term I need a bigger screen I need multiple screens yet because the tech world that we live in OB so we're start to see some industries pick up I think that you will start to see that as well once this kind of starts we start living in our new reality for the next six months but but what I was gonna say let's get an update from fan then that's where the legislation is right now and all this stimulus packages yeah I actually I think this may be the best evidence we have J. of the orderly way that the administration in the hill are working together to roll this out I mean they're they're sort of three tranches the one we talked about last week which which is the first eight point three billion dollars to address vaccines in sort of the virus specific issues that signed into law the second passage of the package is the one that addresses paid sick leave paid family leave unemployment insurance free testing J. the house passed the technical corrections to that last night by unanimous consent that doesn't happen here anymore but they worked in such close conjunction with the administration that they were able to do that and the Senate is considering it today so again an orderly process for that and then today I mean literally as we speak secretary Mnuchin is is breaking some of the press he's heading over to the Senate to brief Republicans in the Senate after this that's the stimulus passed package that you were talking about and he specifically said like you've been talking about with Jordan this is gonna be direct checks to Americans and J. I think the I think the thing that we need to say there is it's covering some of the gaps that might have existed in that second piece of legislation and leader McConnell has said that the Senate will not adjourn until that third package is passed so come the end of this week J. I think all three of those bills are gonna be through the Senate probably the house will pass the third won by unanimous consent as well and my guess would be by this weekend all three pieces of those legislation will be it through the Congress J. that's a pretty enormous accomplishment given the current political environment I think that is look and this is where the country needs to operate in in unity and I think that's happening and you you gotta put the partisanship aside I mean I know we were middle the presidential campaign but the fact is the American people deserve a fully functioning government right now I think that's happy wanna go and take the caller yeah let's go to phones one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten let's go to Tina calling from Texas online three Tina Walker J. secure live you're on the air hi guys thank you if you'll just bear with me a moment I do know that y'all are strapped for time but I just want to give the people a perspective that I have okay back back on the twelfth of March it felt like I had the flu feeder to favor popped at a hundred and one I took the recommended precautions wipe everything down with alcohol Clorox wipes come the next morning I put a call into my doctor's office I will like symptoms but I had not been exposed to anyone with the crime of virus I was not in fear of having it but everyone in an instance like this should not lead but call your doctor and ask the questions required by the CDC it was determined more likely than not it was the flu so my doctor called in Tamil flu started that on Saturday I'm self quarantining now I don't think I have the crown of art but I am being responsible and following my doctors CDCs guideline that you follow these guidelines you and everyone else should be fine so use common sense if you're still on while call your doctor and follow their directions it's pretty simple so everyone please stay calm and don't freak out would like to present you calling in and by the way I went to the CDC said yesterday because I want to be familiar with it as we talk about on radio and I'm glad to say that is a it is a very very well thought out site calling your doctors better than going in that's why telemedicine is so important so I think using the cutting edge technologies means lot look but we're going to break we come back we'll take more your calls but don't forget that the American center for law and justice we're there for you on this broadcast live from our studios today fighting in courts what the twenty seven briefs that have come in on the international criminal court on the situation with Israel we're.

"tina walker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"tina walker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I took the all of the above okay yeah that really does any anyway yeah I'm fine the look a dog like you know how you can eat. Alex leaves girlfriend feeding you tater tots go. problem solved. the greatest moments of my life all right that you were talking about the state senator Georgia possibly mandating that backseat passengers wear seat belt passing a new law currently is just front seat passage and I believe pickup truck drivers are exam from that lot too if you can check on that there was there is a. a legislator out west and it's killing me that I forgot his name is legendary what he had so much power in the gold on I think you since past that he had all these farmers out in like Carrollton and he got a written in the Lafayette a pick up truck you don't have to wear a a seat on the front seat I don't that's still the case in the front seat yeah while yeah because farmers like come on and driving around doing my Hey work I can't do in and out right the old in and out I don't know if that but I think once he died god I can't remember his name. I've got a horrible memory it is yes trucks trucks do you have to have it now they do now yeah it wasn't before until ten twenty ten yes and I never did on the farm they were exactly but they waited till that legislator died someone no one talking about four four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred obviously talking David's anti roll home what's going on David. yeah. yeah. do you remember his name. no I brother hi I was racking up right yes it's going to come to me at eight OO two PM on their members name. Phil Jenkins. yeah what's on your mind body. your call your. yes not when they are you made a very good point about it all now the car lot well yes so why don't why don't we say. you don't have to wear in the backseat that's one of the all you don't have to put a note and let you get on the highway the women of act well. that's interesting that's an interesting copper mine your your down you know. now dot org. and you're going to jerk don't study here morning Bob milestone you don't have to cripple your it's just a alright so I I'm I'm open to that suggestion that made that makes sense to me so again I still think everyone should wear their I'm gonna I'm gonna let you go day we get so much distance there I still think everyone should wear their seatbelts I mean the data is clear it's it's it's much safer to where he bought the not but that's I wouldn't mind bending on that it's interstate mandatory service streets not yeah the paint off after going yeah I would I would I respect that Seattle been Longoria I'm not rigid I'm open to suggestions teen is in Woodstock Tina Walker the program. hello hello. two young drivers in my family and I have a little I don't want them in a corner and everybody have their seatbelt on and obviously they have to always have an all because of somebody's in the car one person doesn't have their seatbelt on they become a missile. yeah and in March you know situation he was saying we got four out the back most like they're going to point out the front which means they're gonna take somebody's at all on the way out the front when she still in nineteen not for everybody December twenty third nineteen eighty eight de green what is that what is that date matter to me you guys want no I'm sorry those rhetorical question days before Christmas so two days before Christmas I was in the fifth sophomore in high school I think maybe and a group of kids drove to Waterbury I talk about watery last week the brass city to go to the mall there ad it was it was on snowy icy route eight and it was a packed car so packed that they had one girl in the backseat sitting on the lap of another guy. our hid ice patch spun out girl ejected out the back window died Sean Collins. everyone else in the car that had the seatbelt on survivor one guy did lose his leg but he still he's still around but the girl I mean that was just dumb like to be sitting on someone's lap. ice patch it's all that's a personal analogy right there Longoria Casey's in Acworth Casey Walker the show how are you. even I'm doing pretty good a cell well not bad not bad was gonna. so wanted to call in on the seatbelt law ex military enough fault accident when I was over in the harbor of some of the guys not wearing your seatbelt and last like Lasko said they become missiles on but one recommendation I would say is for anybody that does. start doing this you can go on Amazon and their diesels night if they click on your seatbelt so just in case you do get the accident in the seat belt doesn't unlock cuts out safely yeah exactly yeah so that's alright one good thing even if this passes that really should be something everybody looks into why I mean everyone should have a tool of some sort a cutting tool of some sort in their night I have a knife yeah exactly thanks for your service by the way Matthew on Facebook sent me a message Tom Murphy is former speaker of the house well yeah Tom Murphy I can't believe I forgot his name so thank you Matthew for pass that along to be Jamie's up next on the market show hello Jamie. hi may. Jameela. J. listen. little Jimmy one not. all right I'll just wait for the everybody clap your hands trying to come up with the we got it. hi. you can feel.

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"tina walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

41:29 min | 1 year ago

"tina walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"tina walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

29:19 min | 1 year ago

"tina walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Oh, shut your gut. And. Go that that's the next one going to come out here and you scream at him. And they'll hit you with the Mike. Where? Oh john's. Aw. You know? If. Naming is. You the? In. Maybe. True. Can make you see. Check out this. Check it out. Join. See? Freely. Crave. Your. Too damn show. Say. Great. Joe? Don't you? Say me. No. Starts. Takes the. George. So. Joy. Say. Paul. Tell me what. Squeeze. Want to go back to the old school? Toe-tapping? Tina Walker the Barron. A lot of times. He's. Then he. Streams seat. He sleeps. Thinking, wait. Week. State. She's cute. No. Just to keep the fans. Take the. Thomas. Complete. Going. Happy. One. He was happy..

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"tina walker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"tina walker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Play battery in there. Then roll a small ball of aluminum foil to plug the gap on the negative end of the battery. That seems dangerous. It does. Because I I don't want my I don't want my remote to explode. And then finally touch wrinkled clothes with hair straighten her. Using a hair straighten around collars and that space between buttons also works. Have hair straighten or laying around the house Israeli hair straighten or laying around the house. No. Not at all. It was really funny on last night's big, brother. There's a there's a guy named Tyler. Who's like a lifeguard? He's got kinda like long, really really really curly hair. And so one of the other houseguests this girl Sam she's crazy. She's like a she's a hair. She's a she she cuts hair and everything you Titian, and she straightened his hair like, and I'm talking about a guy with really curly hair. And he had his eyes closed while she was doing it with a hair straight. The opened his eyes. He looked in the mirror and completely freaked out. But it's back to its curly self now. But it was pretty funny. All right. We're gonna take a break here. We got the news coming up seven twenty WGN and more after this. She was a once in a generation singer. It says here, which is absolutely true. She was the Queen of soul. But also ventured into and mastered, virtually every style of music from jazz to classical and rhythm and blues. She passed away at her home in Detroit from pancreatic cancer. According to the late singer's publicist the singer was in and out of ill health for years last summer in Detroit. She asked an audience to keep me in your prayers. She hadn't take several breaks during the show and appeared frail earlier in the year. She had announced that she would cut back on her schedule two thousand ten she underwent surgery to remove a tumor and cancelled six months of tour dates yet last year before performance of the Chicago theatre she told the Tribune, I'm not quitting. And she said she was working on new music with Stevie Wonder her musical contributions were diverse ranging in tone from spiritual to gaudy her singing style came from a single source. She practically grew up in the church and the emotional intensity and personal connection. She nurtured there in in the music never left her it informs her virtually every one of her top seventy seven one hundred songs including twenty one number one hundred hits. The thing. Many people don't understand about this change in my career is that I never left the church. Franklin once told author David Ritz about her transition to secular music in her late teens, the church stays with me. Wherever I go wherever I think critic Anthony helmet who has written extensively about Franklin's life and career over the decades has called the singer a pivotal figure in the way, women and African Americans were perceived in popular culture Franklin's role was such that such that a history of black America could well be divided into pre and post Aretha. She won eighteen Grammy awards and was the first female ours inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame, and that was in nine hundred seven not only was her multi active measures soprano an instrument of stunning beauty range in power. But her piano, playing often encounter points who were singing was just as accomplished she influenced countless singers, Whitney, Houston, Adele, Patti LaBelle, Natalie. Cole shock Akon. Mariah Carey Luther Vandross, Jennifer Hudson Fantasia, but her legend was forged not just on her ability to hit all the notes and embellish them. With astonishing technical flourishes. But also to convey emotion. And nuance and deep feeling. Her fame seemed destined. She grew up in the household of the famed preacher c l Franklin and was mentored by his friends who included gospel greats Mahalia Jackson, Clara ward and Tina Walker as a girl. Franklin mesmerized congregations of her father's house of worship in Detroit. New Bethel Baptist church. But her career was not without hardship Aretha. Louise, Franklin was born on March twenty fifth nineteen forty two in Memphis, Tennessee, second youngest of five children, her family moved to Buffalo, New York. And then to Detroit where her parents, divorced. Her mother died when she was ten and because we're farmers travel. She was primarily Ray reared by her grandmother and has a teen. Franklin was a soloist in her father's church and began recording gospel songs she dropped out of high school. She toured the gospel circuit singing in churches around the country is a hard life during which she learned firsthand about racism while traveling the back roads of the south the young singer also learned how to interact with an audience even at fourteen she was in viewing the power of the power gospel song, there is a fountain filled with blood with drama dread. Beyond her years. And in her late teens, she toured alongside the staple singers. And Sammy Brian was second Bill to her father the star creature then much like the gospel, circuit contemporaries, such as Sam Cooke, David Ruffin, Dionne Warwick, Franklin shifted the popular music with her father's blessing and moved to New York at the age of eighteen leaving her two young children in the care of her grandmother in Detroit. She was wooed by Motown a small hometown label, but it turned out, but it certainly turned it down because it wasn't properly established yet and instead signed with Columbia records there. She was overseen by the legendary producer and talent scout John Hammond a purist who saw her as an immense talent who shouldn't be wasted. On pop. Triples trifles high Hammond made a number of fine recordings with Franklin that bridged the worlds of gospel and jazz, but Columbia grew impatient. For hits the orchestral mints in choice of material didn't always underlying strength her contract expired, she moved to Atlantic records and became under the Super Bowl supervision of Jerry Wexler, who admired her gospel recordings and wanted to update their field to a pop market. Atlantic was an iron be juggernaut with a roster that included Wilson Pickett Otis Redding was affiliated with Memphis based Stax label and Wexler immediately paired Franklin with the muscle shoals rhythm section in Alabama, a one night recording session in January of sixty seven yielded the landmark song. I never loved a man the way I love you a smoldering. Performance seemed to address Franklin's deteriorating relationship with her husband her then husband, Ted white. Recording in the south during the height of the civil rights era proved overwhelming for Franklin, however, and she left the next day Wexler knocked out was knocked out by the performance came up with a solution. He would bring muscle shoals rhythm section to New York where his price singer could be more comfortable, another classic soon. Followed respect a cover of reading song. The Franklin transformed in tandem with her sisters, Carolyn and Erma the siblings. Call and response chemistry data to the days.

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"tina walker" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tina walker" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"tina walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

19:18 min | 2 years ago

"tina walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Keeping minister robin lin presents gospel music explosion we want to go back to the whole school cliff in tappin tina walker hey same he i listen flies has something very special for you right after church gospel brunch and such i'm rob lynn and join me for jazz with jay every sunday glass dot com twelve noon time three pm.

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"tina walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

17:00 min | 2 years ago

"tina walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

"You are explode with minister robin we want to go back to the old school minute clapper chapin visit tina walker hey same he can six covering we can just pay the deprave people pray for make way two anyway two since so them forever never how taking mariah and forever crab you've been with them power because the greatest hoping people come in represent spread every woman.

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"tina walker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tina walker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Academy awards for has movies one flew over the cuckoo's nest an amicus this is abc news you owe more than ten thousand dollars to the irs are you facing potential wage longer pick up your mobile phone and dial star star one two three four that's star star one two three four there's a recall of e cigarettes some of them recalling the power units used for about two point six million electric cigarettes tobacco giant rj reynolds recalling all views by power units after your user reports that batteries malfunctioned and caused the units to overheat and create a fire risk no injuries have been reported reynolds says stop using the e cigs don't charge them and contact the company to receive a refund abc chuck sivertsen a dog fight over a canine here's abc's daria albinger they were never married never even dated but tina walker and david somerville say they're both pet parents to alario walker says she adopted the lab mix oh she's his owner some real says he walked the dog while she worked and paid for his vet bills is other bone of contention was that he drove walker who used to live next door to him to the shelter to meet the dog so he says you could say he is the owner they couldn't agree so they took the matter to court a judge's decision joint custody with equal visitation.

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