35 Burst results for "Twelve Ten W"
Brothers allowed black widow to sting them believing they'd turn into Spider-Man
"Three young Bolivian brothers were hospitalized after getting bit by a Black Widow spider thank you and turn them into spider man my they shouldn't one purpose no no how old how old is the Marvel comic loving siblings ages twelve ten and eight found the spider while herding goats oh my gosh it would break bring them super hero powers they prodded it with a stick until it beat each of them and what happened to them my god they went to the hospital with fevers tremors and muscle pains they were successfully treated and discharged
Nick Saviano from world the renowned Saviano Tennis Academy
"Hi Nick Welcome to the Functional Tennis podcast pleasure to be here. I've been meaning to get you on the show while we have your honor top academies around the world page which is probably one of our most viewed pages on the website. So it's great to of see. We've the Blurb Rebecca Academy and all the details would. It's great to speak to the main mind as well so delighted to chat which tell me how is life at the moment with all this cove? It situation has DECAPA me gone well. Unfortunately we have had to shut the academy down at least temporarily as all the Kaddoumi's in Florida have done and I guess around the World. But we've been able to stay in touch with our players and we are poised and ready to go as soon as they open. Things are coming in the next week or two. So we're pretty excited to get back out on the courts and fully functioning. Well that's great news. You haven't locked all your players in Lake. Rafeh did no. I didn't know he locked them all in but no we have not done that in a lot of our players actually are here with emily members or they're at private housing so we're good to go. He had me. Did Inscribe live with I think was Andy Murray Sane? Whenever they got closed down whoever was stuck there had to stay there. Nobody's lead in or out so he's running a tight ship over there. Well you have to. Whenever you're dealing with. Young people is enormous responsibility. So you always have to err on the side of caution. Yes no true. It's different when you're entrusted by parents to do the best for the kids so I think you're right. It's really important. So tell me a bit of empty Kademi. How long has the KADEMI being an operation? Well I started the academy shortly after leaving the US. Ta at the US was a national coach for boys tennis. I was eventually director coaching for men's tennis for the United States. I played on the tour for nine years and then I was also the head of high performance coaching education which was really actually exciting and then after that when I left I opened the academy in two thousand and three in. I started working with a few players I decided I really wanted to go out on my own and established my own methodology and a lawsuit for coaching and working with young people. So way back then. Two thousand three. That's when we started and it went extremely well and some of the believe it or not some of the first people I was working with were jan-michael Gambill. And also Vince Spadea. And also very young. Eleven year old. Sloan Stevens came a few years later and Jeannie Bouchard and Monica Point Again. A lot of other really good players started evolving or coming. And so it's been really exciting. It's been an amazing experience. Actually over the years up really really enjoyed it. Let's just cut back a bit before the academy and before. Usda tour life. You're a top fifty player. What was it like in the late seventies being a top fifty player? It was an amazing experience. I was one of the top. Juniors in the United States at the end of the year is ranked tree in the country. Then was the top recruit going into college so I wanNA going to Stanford. University was an all American there my freshman and sophomore year. Then I turned pro but back then I was one hundred thirty two in the world when Charon pro took me only four months and I was in the top hundred so the depth and the game wasn't quite the same as it is now so in one respect it was. Let's say less of a long grind to get into the top one hundred but on the other hand the rewards weren't as great nowadays. The players go to phenomenal hotels. They get paid and qualifying. The money is great. I remember I got around sixteen. At Wimbledon twice and the specific number I remember was four thousand pounds now. Four THOUSAND POUNDS. That probably is about seven or eight thousand dollars. Not even that much and today. I'm not sure what the guys in the gals paid for a fourth-round let's say Wimbledon. But I would suspect it's probably in the two hundred thousand range so money has changed a lot but it's more than just the money the quality of the way everything runs on the tour the ability to communicate with people. You know you have the phones. You have computers when I was playing. We didn't have cell phones. Believe it or not so completely different world when you went away for six weeks you really were far away. It was tough to get phone calls back with your families and so is a different way of life back then than it is now and I enjoyed it. I love playing the Grand Slams but I retired at twenty eight years old. I spent about eight and a half years on the tour and when I retired I was still in the top hundred for singles and doubles. I was recently married and we had our first child and when my first child was born. Nicole our daughter that was it. I said I'm done and I'm going to get a head start on the rest of my career which turned out to be coaching. Those a good decision and tell me what was your most memorable match. Great question one of the most memorable matches I ever had was in England. At Wimbledon I was playing a match against Pat Dupre. Who was a semi-finalist the year before and I believe at the time was ranch around twelve in the world and the day before I played buster macho from England and he was number one British player and I remember having served to save the match five or six times so I one nine seven in the fifth set and so I had to come out the next day and play again against Patty pray and this match was in cold fog long match and I remember my body aching and wound up winning at one. Twelve ten in the fifth set and I remember just kind of overcoming the exhaustion and at ten all eleven ten. I was ahead and I finally got a break point and I remembered to this day thinking okay. Should I go for this and ripped return because you know I just can't seem to break and this is one opportunity so I cheated thinking he was going to hit back in he did and I happened to hit it? Just right and boom. It was a winner and thank goodness over. I had a couple long matches. In Wimbledon at one with Brian Godfrey four in the world and that took either three or four days to complete believe it or not and I was down two sets to love and five two and it was almost nine o'clock at night the US keepers. Were all there waiting to the targets of the courts. So they're waiting for me to lose so I was down two point quickly. Want Upholding Sur. Five three and I played one of the best games of my life. Five four I bright serve. I hold sir. I break him and win the set then because we were there late. They didn't put me on I the next day and so they had a women's match on it rained a lot that day so that was a Friday. We only got like five games in so then pushed us over till Saturday but of course we were onto cords till very late again and so they didn't put us on ride again so we wound up playing one set and then it got dark again and then of course Sunday play so then we have to wait and then on Monday morning we played. We've finished the match and it had a happy ending. I one six one fits so those were my two good memories of Wimbledon long matches that stood out.
Dami Mission Lee Jang Rim
"Today discussing the beliefs of Lee Chang rim. He convinced members of his cult. The dummy mission that they would be lifted up to Heaven on October Twenty Eighth Nineteen ninety-two in preparation for the rapture lease followers took drastic action. They sold homes quit jobs and carried out abortions a few years before thousands of policemen stationed themselves outside the dummy mission church Lee. Chang Rim published his book getting close to the end in it. He predicted that angels would help fairy over a hundred thousand people to heaven at midnight on October. Twenty eighth the nonbelievers on the other hand would have to suffer. Through seven painful years of tribulation lease description of the rapture was taken straight from the Bible's book of revelation as for the data the supposed event Lee readily divulge that it came from the vision of a sixteen year old yet. Despite its juvenile origins lease prophecies soon garnered him a large following and by nineteen ninety two. He headed over three hundred churches and had thousands of Followers Korea. New York and Los Angeles the effect of lease rapture prediction on his followers around the globe was immediate and drastic in Los Angeles of thirty six year. Old Korean American man fasted for over forty days. He allegedly wanted to be pure in time for the rapture instead. He died of malnutrition one month before the prophecy date. Another one of Lee's Korean followers was seven months pregnant. Despite having tried for years to conceive the woman decided to abort the pregnancy because she believed it was impossible for pregnant woman to be raptured into heaven. In addition to those tragedies four of lease followers simply were unable to wait for the rapture so they committed suicide before the predicted date. All these events forced the South Korean government to recognize that the dummy mission was a dangerous cult. In the interest of hamstringing. The movement police officials began looking until leader. Lee Chang rim. It wasn't long before they discovered that he was bilking his followers of hundreds of thousands of dollars in response they charged with fraud and arrested him. If the police believed leaves incarceration would cause his followers to lose faith in his doomsday prediction. They soon discovered that they were wrong on October. Twenty eighth despite the arrest of their leader a thousand members of dummy mission walked inside their church in Seoul and began preparing for the rapture as journalists riot. Police and detectives gathered outside. The members waited for midnight to strike when it finally did. No angels descended outside. The police waited wondering if they would have to break into the church. In order to prevent a mass suicide fortunately no such members were required. Twelve ten am a teenage boy stuck his head out of one of the churches windows and yelled out. Nothing is happening. According to a Los Angeles Times article written by journalist Teresa Watanabe Bay eight minutes after the boys declaration two girls peaked out of the same window and told reporters. They believed in the rapture. Anyway they added however that their parents were inside crying in despair because they had not been lifted away in the aftermath of the day that the world failed to end. The members of dummy mission disbanded. Then they apologized to the nation as for Lee during the course of their investigation. The police discovered he used his followers funds to buy bonds and despite the fact that Li told his followers the world would end October. The bonds He'd purchased were set to mature the following month. Either Lee always knew he was lying or he believed one could collect on bond dividends even in the
Pensacola Attack Officially An Act Of Terrorism
"That it is now official the FBI considers the shooting at the base with three people were killed on Friday by a Saudi officer as an act of terrorism the individual Mohammed Sayed out shop around the was twenty one when he was killed by the responding sheriff's deputy he killed three others and wounded twelve ten the Saudis students ministry offices have been detained but shockingly others I'm not at this moment located bowl we have individuals out out of the eight hundred fifty Saudi office is being trained in the US today there are numerous ones who we do not know the I the location of at this
"twelve ten w" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Flowers talk radio twelve ten W. P. H. T. I know you kind of you're probably saying she because on the air for the past couple of weeks for a variety of reasons last week I think it was because temple one something and did something and went somewhere and to this I know I'm a Philadelphia and but to this Villanova Wildcats I kind of lives not really tuned into what temple is doing but if they want yeah a temple on if they lost my condolences and die anyway we have an amazing show this afternoon I will be with you until six o'clock and I have some guests that are so knowledgeable in their respective fields that I felt it was much more important for you to hear them then it was for you to you I mean I'm gonna be pontificating pun definitely intended considering my next guest but I mean I'll be talking about giving my opinions which is a very easy thing for me to do but I wanted there to be a waiting yes to these conversations and so I am thrilled that in this hour very shortly I am going to have as a call in gas and hopefully one of these days and in studio guest father Jos Leschi father gel is well I mean I'm gonna let him tell you about himself but he is just an amazing human being by every single metric that I can think of both human and professional and spiritual and he's going to be able to give us some and background information some confirmation not talking about the sacramental kind informational kind just some ideas as to what is going on with Nancy Pelosi with the whole idea of for example denying the Eucharist to Catholic politicians who diverge from church policy and church doctrine and dogma and in general the whole idea of how faith and politics how the spiritual and the secular how the divine and the profane come together these days and how we can respect and honor both of those separate issues both of those separate up questions and again as I said I am extremely excited to be able to speak to someone who is versed in the language of this theology so that's going to be very very very shortly we are also going to be talking in the four o'clock hour in studio with my good friend Gloria and dress glory is a frequent caller to the show but I asked her to come on this Sunday because I wanted to talk I wanted to focus the hour on issues dealing with not uniquely not only the issues with respect to education and there is a lot to talk about plus Gloria is a sincere former but she is is still you know once I'm a guest star always on the guest one's a a professor a teacher always a teacher until tell me whether or not I just pronounce that word correctly after four years of Latin we'll talk about the whole idea of what exactly is quid pro quo we could do a whole hour on Latin we're not gonna do that today but I know we're going to talk we're gonna brush upon that subject when they talk about Betsy device probably charter schools school funding issues bearing upon what can you do in schools issues bearing upon how do students react when they are presented with First Lady Malani a truck remember that from last week and then there will be a sort of a a a a free for all with a lot of the other topics that I want to touch upon many of them having to do with accountability many of them having to do with people who consider themselves to be victims for example Katie hill who the debt now disgraced axe congresswoman from the state of California who has not gone gently into that good night she is raging against the dying of the light no excuses apologies to Dylan Thomas there but she is recently yesterday I believe although it may have appeared in print today wrote an op ed talking about how horrible she felt after the photos of her nude and the revelations about her affair and her three B. or throttle or whatever you wanna call it were made public and she did something in that op ed which I personally found to be reprehensible given my own background in my own experience and will also be talking about Lisa page Hugh and I will not do what president trump has done when he is he is the name of Lisa page expressing it in a certain way which is very evocative of something but my column tomorrow in the Enquirer it appeared yesterday in the I'm sorry Friday in the Daily News was all about Lisa page as well and again her master class narcissism one a one so we're gonna take just a little break and on the other side of this break I'm gonna welcome in a gas that I'm so excited to have father Jos Lasky this is and by the way I'm thrilled because Phil quest is here and he's going to I am sure have a nice play list of songs for meet later on in the shop so this is Christine flowers I'm thrilled to be with you talk radio twelve ten W. PH T. we will be back after this very brief break see only the economy's doing great in trump's popularity among his face is really really strong do this impeachment hope the economy crashes I know it sounds horrible to say but what did surprise you I mean would be the first.
"twelve ten w" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
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Kucherov scores in OT to lift Lightning past Predators 3-2
"In Nashville lightning would strike not one not two but three times including in free hot don't drop but offers no six foxsports son Nikita Kucherov and goal all of the air from Steven Stamkos gives the lightning the three to overtime win over the bread the lightning thirteen nine and three twenty nine points that is six place in the Atlantic the predators well twelve ten and five twenty nine points has them all the way down six place in the
Food52's Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs on their community media model
"This week I'm joined by Amanda Hesser and Merill Stubbs the CO founders food fifty. Two fifty two is interesting. Example of a crop of publishers that are finding diverse business models that stretch far beyond advertising fifty two makes money in a variety of ways including through the sales of its own products. I spoke with Amanda and Merrill about the business bottle and I hope you enjoy it Maryland. Amanda Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank podcast is their second ever join. PODCAST explain the founding story for food fifty two well Maryland. I actually worked together for five years before we started food. Fifty two which If you ever decide to start a company or highly recommend trial marriage and we weren't. We didn't start working together intending to start a company we were working on a book project that I was doing When I was at the New York Times and we just completely hit it off and worked intensely together for five years and while we were working of course we were? You know. There's a Lotta shop talk about what was happening in the industry and the seems James Kept kept emerging that we felt like they were so much cool stuff happening in the food world offline and this wasn't this energy And this big. Cultural sea-change wasn't reflected online which was of course very surprising because online is supposed is to be the land of innovation and we felt like you know. Hey why why. Isn't somebody doing something better online. And why do we as people people who love cooking love home. Why do we not feel served well? And so. That's when we decided that we would try to create that place and by place. Yes we don't mean site we mean a world so this is how many years ago ten twelve ten ten ten years ago. Okay so what did you say. What specifically did you see Merrill or like out in the real world? Yeah that wasn't being served because then maybe it's now I mean food is very it's very popular online noticed this popular then. Too Thick way would say recipes were very popular And they still are clearly but what we were seeing happening. offline was very much about getting together. It was about connecting people like minded people whether whether they were home cooks or even semi professionals you know people were like quitting their jobs as lawyers and accountants to start chocolate making business or become ceramicist and and getting together in whether was sort of pop up dinners or food swaps. We were covering all of these things as journalists lists and we felt that aside from food blogs which were really exploding there was no platform form for real people to have a say to share their knowledge and expertise to have a social experience with with one another. You know trade ideas. I inspiration talk about everything from recipes to techniques to products. You know all the stuff you. I need to make those recipes Come to life to have a dinner. Party you know. Set your table. All of these things that to us were so clearly part of a lifestyle which has become such a cliche word but it it really is the best way of describing world is Amanda said and the Internet was such a we felt like it was was such a great place to to get people to connect and no one was really doing it. So you had these. You know traditional print media publications who were basically just republishing their print content online and then massive recipe sites which some of which were crowd source but there was no sense of community or curation or point of view okay you saw bone petite and you saw all recipes and you said there's something to something it's more than that. It's more that that Eh Americans had had previously released treated food as part of in in our culture as this niche interest and it has utility forty two. Yeah one of the two right. Yeah Yeah and then it had moved to the center where had become this really critical part of American identity. And how how you know how you express yourself how you lived. How you who you know how you socialize how you traveled where you shop for food what you wanted to know about the ingredients? It was it it had it had such this. You know. Primary part of every people's everyday lives suddenly that And no one was treating it that way. A in in in either as a as a content provider or as shop and or as a mechanism for connecting people. Did you have a typical person. You were like we're going to make this for this type of person I wanNA say like a psychographic or some yeah seriously I mean so. Many founders of companies knees are creating products that that's true but I think if we were enough people like you out there are the like you know. Not many people work for the New New York. Times mall and very lucrative audio. It's definitely a broader sort of psychographic to use your word. I think we were picturing assuring. Well not even obsessive. I mean just enthusiasts right people and people have to get dinner on the table every night people who like hosting hosting People who want we're getting really into creating a sense of home in the kitchen was the center of that of then have to no no. No we definitely had no. That was around pretty early on we had we had a bunch of enthusiasts Talking to each other but I think we were kind of thinking about food blogs who are the super you know super in that. They're willing to put blood sweat and tears into onto trying to make a business out of creating content around food and cooking but then we were very convinced through our own observations. John's and research that there was the next kind of broader level of people who really really care and enjoy cooking and enjoy you know creating getting a sense of home and gathering around food that just did not have the time or the inclination to create a blog but might if they if they did right but they were had real lives lives. They had other fashions so community was always going to be at the sentence. Yeah explain why you thought that was going to be important. Well that Oddly enough that insight site came from the New York Times archive from the nineteenth century Because that was the project that we're working on this cookbook. That was recipes from the whole near Eric Thames history. And what was really interesting. Was that all the pretty much like ninety five percent of the times recipes in the nineteenth century which there were many. Many many All came from readers and it was very much like this crowd sourced experience where the editors would say you know. We're looking for soup recipes. And then the next you could see the next week they would readers eaters would send them in and they were very. They actually tweet like the recipes. They were very short Dead Ed. And they're very subtle nineteenth century. Way And Yeah and we were fascinated by this because we felt like. Wow this is actually really amusing content and this whole audio crowdsourcing of course was like being talked about in the modern day as this is news if angle thing And we felt like well no in fact Like this has existed forever. This is Community cookbooks have have existed for a very long time. It's a part of American culture and So we felt like there was like a reference point. That was familiar to everyone that it just needed to be surfaced What did the business plan look like? Was Her business plan. Yeah I mean we were not trying to launch a company and then figure out the business model. We understood that we felt that. If you built a company that was more multifaceted than unjust straight up media company or Stream Commerce company that you would end up with a diversified. And you're saying that now it's and cared. No one was listening to us and no one wanted to give us money for it but we were talking about it. You would have listened. I mean we started on Day Day one with revenue we with an ad network from the another very first day. We launched the site because we were determined to build a business from in the beginning that did have a path for you think this is going to be ads because I mean ten years you did we. Yeah we thought there would be as would be a component of it but not all adds no no and that's why we actually started talking about products from almost a one as well Because we were we had set out to build this kind of larger this larger idea and it I mean I. I don't think we certainly didn't have a clear sense. Sense of what the exact parameters would look like but we knew that there were all of these components that people who like minded people people like us people so like you know the that sort of next level below. The food bloggers They're they're these multifaceted needs and people were having to go to all different places to satisfy satisfy them and we felt like there was a real opportunity to create a brand that was very community focused. That would also be a one stop shop for people so we couldn't execute all all of that at the beginning But we made ad revenue from the beginning and talked about products. Because we we really feel strongly. You can't separate the two you know if you're if you're gonNA make this great stew recipe that you've just looked up you you need the right pot to make it in And so it's just a natural part of the conversation with people who care about cooking and food so we started talking about products very early. On in fact we had a shop in our may have Very early on on that just featured products that we liked sent people off we actually had a had an editor a shop editor and she would feature a product every day and we would just link off to other sites to direct people where they could get them. Nope no because this was very early days. Yeah I mean this was before affiliate programs were very very much of a thing but also because I coming from the world journalism. We felt like we needed to do this cautiously we needed to build trust. We didn't want people to think that we were just. You know I'm trying to sell things. right off the bat and you wanted to get them comfortable with and also we understood that the most important thing to do was to really build trust and Loyalty through the content and building this community so that so we focused on that So we could prove that out and then with the with the dream goal of being able to have a more fully fleshed shop up some day so what was the hardest part of building the community before we get to the modernisation said because without the community this monetization. I mean it takes a lot of you. Have to want to participate. And while you're trying to like build your company and run your company and you you're figuring things out also sue V like answering comments on on on the blog or you know answering comments on a recipe and just being very like engaged and active and it's not like hard bard is just that it actually takes a lot of times. I think we were just working around the clock. Yeah all the time because we wanted to be present and be Active parts of the community. Because we always felt that you know. We don't have a community we are the community and Because we felt like at that time when you win sites had communities they were sort of shoved adopt the side kind of like. Here's the real content and then you guys can chat over here and we wanted community to be everywhere in our in On our site and so we felt like it was really critical to get the message across that you know we were setting the tone. We were You know we were. We were part the conversation and we were listening. So how did the business model evolve. I mean those mostly ad said I Yeah so we bootstrap the site so we ah the first money and was actually a book deal and that's what we operated the site on for eighteen months and then we did seed round and during that first eighteen eighteen months we had We signed up with an AD network. Do you remember ad networks. Well I was there. Save media the but the first one was something else I still some say media. Swag thank you young for well. You know what we loved about saying media is they they they. They paid us a flat fee per month. And you know when you're you know we you. You don't know what you're doing and it was just really nice to know like okay we've got this coming in And and then we'll figure out a bunch of other things that under the other things that need to be sorted so You know that so we were just kind of Trying to build up. We're really focused. Basically I'm building our traffic and following so that that that we could keep negotiating higher monthly Fees from say and you know the other Ad Ad Networks and then then eventually I think it was two thousand twelve when we decided okay. We need to build our own ad team. That's when we hired our first ad
Kerrin McEvoy: Growing Up Jockey
"Said Van Tigers for you growing up in a racing family NGOs yeah it was grew up streaky value their little Bush town on the west coast of South Australia and gripe place to grow up it was pop leave dubbed the up the road hundred the road up the hill when he had some stables at the back of block horses there and anyways trying to be seeks right or ten depending on the locals wanted Ironhorse with him but it was great it was you know plenty of ponies for me Rawdon and dad was a jockey while I was a young child and then going to be heavy but submarine down to the Rice's a young Keaton running around collecting the bidding sleeps in tags six and always guys the jockeys and saying what color boots I had on what settles out and it was a passion was building from from an early age remember things little things when you're younger Dinesh Illinois big he's larger than life that all that China who was it for you that made you get nervous when you met him for the first time ties yeah Tolan I you know with with with David David as as he son obviously he was always falling behind and paid a highs and Michael Tiny was apprenticed to them by other Uncle Darren was apprenticed to them and then Tony ended up obviously being one of their former cy as a young kid it was always Colon high-seas is that and I always listening watching and whenever we went to town we Wanna pulp sources he had a few that rising ten I used to always love following around and watching the the highest amen highs horses and and the I was lucky enough to be apprenticed to them further down the road so you could always roy horses was it natural gas I wrote I'm GonNa lead well it I ju- Fourteen fifteen to become a junkie yeah I was that was always my choice enjoyed school and I could've stayed on and and enjoyed new twelve eleven and twelve ten Qaida didn't want it Algebra used to lose me over his maths was ah I was often the fairies we've maths but I used to enjoy school small little skull streaky by and It was I must admit there was more tom playing sports than probably and what but I was always going to be a jockey and and that was where did they could always rod you is natural out Mimea I draw you jump ahead of the gates actually my pony a job the guy here we used to have some old rusty berries stoves their streaky by Rice course which is better the town and that's track Ho Ho won one race meeting in the clubs do have their one meeting a year but jump a little out of the gates with some two year old it's in That was a good buzz and you know you you you never forget those alien is in plenty of jump shots and Charles Day on on the the Lindsay it young stirs but usually go over Lindsay Park as he must go hold of ice used to catch the bus over and and stated working long hours a higher on the apprentice waste all used to pick up more pack my pay packet it was double this the boys the boys used to be filthy but picking up pooing strapping a few of them on and enrolled in a few years and they 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a silks they rice day settle and callous and pine leather boots for the first tom but backing Modi altogether Yarra Glen for the first time and with the the tight end of the boots or sleep dose lead nearly fell off when I came out of the gates you I either Rice's was it a good experience it was but like you said it's very different to everything else it used to with with normal trek quick stuff I don't recall ever having the soup zone for a trial either but I rob is at Balaclava and pita highs at the time was was trying to Lindsay Park and I think he had about seventy in these maiden rice was made over thirty or forty eight hundred meters and y'all got The Roy on lovely little military military plume coat and reading a Bit hymies lovely coordinator perfect for Diana with free fi first royds get up well not didn't win didn't win but it was meant to nine and I well it was just a just a point yeah he he he fold them ran and got Moeen slowly and surely with with with many roads to come but it was a great Feast Day balaclava lovely be tracking and then after that back to streaky by in my first right after my ticket was heise's Yup and they went back and did six right once in the Bush Paul Lincoln and Gusta and great myself in Teddy Monahan won the we we drew the leading jockey for the Port Augusta or Leading Jockey Carl it must have been Well was that ninety six ninety seven season is a good experience by some rough ready oh well maybe I lean get your I m getting paid on the solid and the soy gained a joke kind of a must have been in Adelaide somewhere few hundred we'll see a couple of hundred Colonie who started in the back so you can you take ran the Bush then you come into the city at the Stri but Victoria was always beckoning you to get a to get a gig incoming raw quick as you could win it happen yeah will always back with the Heizo actually did a Bill Cameron savion over there it was where where I might stevie and he was a great influence on me from then on but ended up venturing up to back Lindsay Park when Paul and John Kerry Jose climbs for wearing back to Lindsey. Tony was this attorney said look you Muslim Sean Hill one so we headed over there minority and got there and to be truthful it was it was a bit of a real steep learning curve I wasn't ready I was still green and a break maurice descent you know it's a different back then it was it was totally different you know riding Adelaide and I don't need on short period of that here in town Movilla Cheltenham annoys attracts Victoria Park to go to cool I was actually behind the gates the other day and I I was thinking I remember my first of all right aww living under may just slow down the sawed their coffee can get pretty hectic and always always a grain little drain young kid at at a more animal Davison so it was the real steep learning curve and I was lucky to to stick it out through those tough lighter one and a half to two zero period more apprenticeship climbs time was was when I started to do well or who scared the Virginia's Eddie in the jockeys very Milwaukee Jesus Black Gray goal was always leading and ready it's but he was he was he was welcoming at the same time there was obviously a great orders getting around you know Greg Jaws was there Stephen King Br privileged obviously the Oh tactically good oh great horseman and you know back watching and learning of course to the best or could you know when did the penny dropped for it to be given an opportunity to Rodney got which we'll touch on it I mean Abbott Win on Brew You've won three of them but when did the penny dropped for you to Sira off belongs Saturday class said I rising starting to get full books and Rodney in Steichen group enlisted Rice's did you remember the Diet dropped in your lock brought nail below the the winter of ninety nine winter it doesn't sorry the winter ninety nine and then all the way through to the winner of two thousand and really started to make inroads and get some good support and Mike USA Climb and I remember writing a few a few trebles in town and it was winter months and the the big boys were away but as a young kid boring to get better you really grab a hold of that momentum and and use it to drive you forward and so it was it was a rough first year in Melbourne but then the second and third years is when it really started to to propel Gordon was lucky to start teaming up with some good China's even sort of the highest camp and Mark Martin even and Russell Cameron to those and John but money was instrumental in getting me young Ford that adequate right
Arlis Kay Perry: Sacrificed at the Altar
"Too eh diving into the story of Arles K. Perry I'm excited to provide an update on the case since it was covered in the podcast original unsolved murders due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised we'd vise extreme caution for children under thirteen today we're going back to October thirteenth nineteen seventy four when nineteen year old are less K. Perry was murdered just after midnight in the Stanford Memorial Church the disturbing nature of her death led some to theorize that she was murdered as part of a perverse satanic ritual but the real killer turned out to be much closer to home in the late night air was crisp but are less was hot with anger she hurried down one of Stanford's Lampley walking pads trying to put some distance between her and her husband bruce she loved him dearly after all she had followed him to California after she graduated from high school earlier that summer but he could be so hard headed why did he care so much about meaningless things like how much air pressure I put in their car tires are less looked back stopping to watch Bruce Huff and puff as he ran to catch up to her deep down she new his stubbornness came from a place of love Bruce was extremely protective of her and just wanted to make sure she was safe so much so that he had insisted on accompanying her to drop some letters at the post office yes it was after eleven pm but it was only a short walk from their dorm a few moments later Bruce was backed by her side and they continued their walk home in silence but even though she was still mad at him she was glad he was there although Stanford wasn't considered to be dangerous three people had been murdered on campus in the past two years this are lists felt much safer with Bruce by her side she knew their spat about the car tyres was the sort of tiff married couples had all the time but she still needed a moment to decompress are lists stopped walking when they reached a crossroads in the path she told bruce she wanted to go spend some time alone at the Stanford Memorial Church a devout Christian are less always felt better after a prayer session bruce was hesitant to leave her on her own but he knew she needed some space he went on to their dorm while our list is headed for the church she got there a few minutes before midnight our list took a deep calming breath as she took a seat in a pew she loved how the Moonlight filtered in through the stained glass windows some might find it spooky she thought it was peaceful. back at the dorm bruce waited up for our less he hated going to bed angry but as the clock struck twelve fifteen a m he started to get worried are La- said she was only going to stop at the Church for a few minutes she should have been home already when Bruce went to the church to check on her the doors were locked he headed back to the dorm thinking he must have somehow Mr on her way home but are less wasn't there either for the next few hours Bruce drove around campus all concerns over tire pressure on from his head he wondered where on earth his wife could be their argument wasn't so bad that she wouldn't have come home plus there wasn't really anywhere else she could have gone Arlos had only moved out to California in August and hadn't made any good friends yet he was certain she wouldn't be visiting it anyone so deep into the night bruce looked everywhere he traced every conceivable path are could've taken to get home he checked all the secluded spots she could have gone to think after leaving the church he kept replaying their fight in his mind wishing he could take back every thing he said he just wanted to hold his wife in his arms and say he was sorry by three a m bruce realized he wasn't I'm going to find his wife on his own a few officers went to the church and confirmed it was locked they assumed something must have happened to her as she walked back home home while the police searched the area a security guard named Stephen Crawford arrived at the church around five four eighty five am to open it for the day to Crawford surprise the door was unlocked Crawford was worried he had personally closed the church the night before around twelve ten am he had called out for anyone still inside to come out before he locked doors luckily it didn't seem like anything was stolen from the church's altar but as Crawford headed back down the aisle something caught his scene was too horrific to believe are less laid spread eagle on her back with a five and a half inch ice pick protruding from her skull her jeans and underwear had been pulled off and two-foot altar candle forced inside her are listens blouse at all also been torn open and second candle rested between her breasts Crawford immediately called the police and they rushed to the crime scene I mean they were able to collect a partial palm print from one of the candles as well as a semen sample that was found on a nearby kneeling pillow uh-huh DNA testing wasn't yet available it was a valuable piece of physical evidence when the police went to tell Bruce what had happened he opened the door covered in blood he insisted that it was his as he got severe nosebleeds Whenever he was stressed nevertheless he instantly became the prime suspect however blood type testing showed that it was in fact Act Bruce's blood on his shirt and not our Lewis's the palm print found on the candle also wasn't a match additionally Bruce agreed to submit to a polygraph test and passed without any issues although polygraphs aren't necessarily a reliable indication of innocence your guilt the police were satisfied enough to cross bruce off as a suspect the other suspect the police questioned was the security guard Stephen Crawford like Bruce Crawford's palm didn't match the partial print found on the candle and he also passed a poly Graf it seemed like Arles Perry's murder would forever remain unsolved
Benintendi's sac fly lifts Red Sox past Phillies 2-1
"The left come on over towards the line hazel you'll get under he'll make the cats Roderick third tacking to throw from hazel to the plate it's offline runner tries to take third and he is safe at third base the girl there with the tag is Vasquez moves up an extra base the red Sox have a two to one lead on a sacrifice fly by Andrew Bennett today that would be the difference in the game Andrew benintendi comes off the bench with the sac fly that is the play of the game brought to you by Wendy's download the Wendy's at Wendy's we got you that's going to do it for the final out Boston wins two to one a must win tomorrow afternoon for the Phils Vargas against poor Sello all the action on twelve ten W. PhD if I am not
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"Is a five five eight three nine twelve ten that's one eight five five eight three nine twelve ten that we've been discussing a lot of different things today but one of the things that we're going to be getting into in this segment is did James call me commit treason is what he did a seditious conspiracy now there's lots of people with lots of opinions but there is one gentleman out there who is the author of two books on this very topic the rush a hoax the illicit scheme to clear Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump and that's Greg Jarrett Gregg Jarrett is the author of this book as well as a fox news legal analysts who you see on Hannity regularly and he's the author of a new book called witch hunt the story of the greatest mass delusion in American political history Gregg Jarrett welcome to this is America rich I'm pleased to be with you thanks for having me on amen brother good to have you so we've been talking I since earlier this afternoon about the events that unfolded last week about what happened with James call me he stole documents that belong to the government saying it was a diary then he went and gave it he says shared it with a friend to get it out into the media what we call a leak but you are the man of the hour you are the author and you have been following this story as an analyst and I see one handy all the time so break it down for us was this stuff treasonous was IT sedation what he got no it's not what okay unfortunately the word treason is tossed around all too often rather cavalierly defined in article three section three of the constitution levying war against the government and there have been several treason statutes passed by Congress and the great body of work including the Supreme Court as well as federal case law statutory law on again the constitution says there must be a declared war by the government and you must be eighteen the enemy in that war I'll give you an example Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who gave nuclear secrets to the Soviets during the Cold War we never charged with treason but rather convicted and executed for espionage and the reason was because even the Cold War existed it wasn't a declared war there's actually only been one person in federal government history who's been convicted and executed of of treason and it was during the civil war eight he declared war show I there are to be a moratorium on the word treason people understand if they throw around too often even as I've seen you know comes it steams constitutional lawyers like Larry tribe three now the word treason we're not in a declared war at the moment with the Russians excellent so and I appreciate you clearing that up because we hear that a lot now what would the case to be for the seditious conspiracy that I hear all too much of much the same way well certainly we throw around sedition too much as well sedition is really taking up arms against the government to overthrow it were using speech to inside the same the Supreme Court is said even that is protected by the first amendment there has to be an imminent violent overthrow incited by speech in so called me is actions don't fall under the definition of sedition what would call me did that which you which appropriately pointed out was he stole government documents and the recent inspector general report said these were not his documents under no consideration of of the law could they be these these were government documents because he wrote them in the course and scope of his employment as FBI director his conversations reflected there and we're with the president that occurred while he was FBI director and he took these documents and he kept them at home in an unsecured on authorized location he didn't return them to the FBI when he was fired he concealed some of them from the F. B. R. into this fall squarely under a statute called theft of government documents eighteen USC six forty one and it makes it a crime to steal or converted government record with intent to convert it to your own use an inconvenient to another person that is precisely what James Comey did he's lucky he wasn't prosecuted nearly the inspector general did send a criminal referral on coming to prosecutors at the DOJ and the and they chose not to charge and he also could have been charged with mishandling classified documents because he lied to his lawyers one document in particular memo to which was classified according to the inspector general port so you know call me is actually very very lucky that he's he barely skirted the law and can get indicted right now home is not out of the dark as there is another IG report coming out which may identify more and a lot of the I guess the word on the street is they let him slide for this because they're coming after the big kahuna not an idea that I necessarily embrace or adopt as I do think you know you could you should take every shot you get at this guy right but what are your thoughts on that should we take every shot we should we get or should we wait for the big kahuna and is there a big kahuna comin down the pike for James Comey well I think it's disappointing that he wasn't criminally indicted for the mishandling of classified documents and theft of government documents but I acknowledge that there is this stream of thought that the inspector general will or already has make criminal referrals for what we call FISA abuse you know going to the foreign intelligence surveillance court to obtain a a wiretap warrant on the trump campaign by deceiving the judges concealing vital evidence from them that is fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud it's also actually obstruction of justice perjury material false statements six different potential felony so I do think that's forthcoming will have to wait and see if there are criminal referrals and also keep in mind rich you know turning general William Barr appointed a U. S. attorney in Connecticut John Duron to conduct a review not only of what the inspector general turns over by going beyond that to the launching back in July of two thousand sixteen of the trump washer collusion hoax it was based on no credible evidence in in violation as I write in both my books of department of justice and FBI rules and regulations okay so folks if you're just tuning in we're on with legal analyst Gregg Jarrett from fox news he's the author of the Russia hoax and the forthcoming book which aren't we are going to get into the second part of this conversation where we're gonna have great just laid out what could potentially be the charges for Mr call me from the next IG report and everything else that Greg has to lay out for us all of that and more when we come back I'm rich Valdez and this is America America Fran show friends how to download the radio dot com app in favor twelve ten W. PhD well everyone I'm trying to get my.
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"Twelve ten W. P. H. T. hi mark yeah hi can you hear me OK I can hear you fine can you hear me yeah so I moved about something and it's an act but I don't know the name of the gap and they're they're dying on the act waste their time like he has he's talking real slow at the southern accent is from I don't know how it will work I mean the folders on can I mention another no not a competitive here but a radio program yeah you heard it on another radio program right okay yeah I I think was on scene commander or texture yeah maybe and yet but I don't remember what which out what you know but it can somebody else will hear that maybe call in I just last week when I heard very funny thank you mark yeah that would be great hold on let me connect you to the person you need to talk to and you the app takes over and deliberately waste their time very fine that's always fun we like to deliberately waste this time of the scammers and more time there hanging with you actually the experts say just hang up don't say anything don't swear Adams are doing exam hang up hang up don't even talk don't engage don't get hooked up and think you can get on some do not call registry because none of that's nonsense ridiculous non what a waste of time that is that doesn't work either it's three twenty one how many of these calls you're getting number one consumer client a complaint Pennsylvania the robo calls the scam calls coming into your cell phone how often are you getting them how do you deal with them and what about my proposal to bomb the call centers we can talk about that as well we'll be right back we've got a quick talking to each other and about each other and go out and communicate to the world that we may be fewer in number than we've ever been but we carry the message they're waiting for we must go forth from here United determined that what a great general said a few years ago is true there is no substitute for victory attention Macomb county Republican voters on stinky says you from member of the new Montgomery County Republican Party and your Kennedy for controller president Reagan understood in order to win like a family that doesn't always agree we must come together to win we are a proud family of Republicans that fights together for proven winning ideas for years the socialist progressive Democratic Party have.
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"Thirty to thirty talk talk radio twelve ten what do you think of dogs in restaurants or more specifically don't be allowed for the beer garden areas it's a food establishment the health department allow dogs on the deck you know or in the front area your dining alfresco should be allowed dogs at the food establishment what do you think a lot of health departments overlook this this state of Delaware recently our friends over there said that they're going to crack down on this they wanted to remind everybody it's a long standing policy that it's illegal to not allowed they talked about the dog a slob or the drool the dander that they get all that stuff and that they just wanted to remind people that you know they may start cracking down well the dog people went crazy even know V. health department said look service dogs are allowed obviously service dogs actual service dogs but emotional support annals they don't count as a and they dared say at and people are up in arms and now there's a debate whether or not the state legislature in nearby Delaware here should allow or change the laws to allow dogs on patios in there are nine states to do it Maryland is one Marilyn just pass something recently they allow it it's a close a state to us not should New Jersey allow it I'm not Pennsylvania what do you think that you know you see people doing this you see some restaurants are dog friendly right some restaurants are dog friendly they may technically be breaking the law yeah so what do you think you got a problem with the dogs in the restaurant I don't know understand the compulsion for people to take the dog everywhere but they're doing it it's a hot thing right now it's very trendy to take your dog to the grocery store take the dog to the home depot take the dog to the dead the beer garden or whatever you know and so what do you think all right last call absolutely knows she says you know this is having my wife and I we went to a placing our house I even like the maybe a month and a half ago let's try this place okay is pretty cool we go in we sit inside but we noticed out says when these places that has doors you know this is a big open area like half the wall opens up you know and there's an outdoor area to sell out there there's already like three people with their dogs I don't even think about it as well look they've got dogs no big deal but here comes like the fourth dog with the couple with the dog and then I can regular customers and everyone's gone your dogs like a pit bull look how cute your dog is and they didn't want to go outside because it's already three dogs out there my god man this interaction maybe isn't going to be the best for a peaceful meal so they ended up staying inside the restaurant with the dog red sitting right next to us and so now here's the dog owner you know growling standing up walking around the chair getting that his collar caught on things staring down the little kid you know not looking at the adults staring down the little kid like following this little girl around I don't think it's a pit bull he's staring down this little girl what the heck was making me nervous everyone's fawning over this dog and I'm sitting there like actually said to my wife or don't even allow our was since when did they say dogs are allowed in restaurants I have never you know this is it Europe okay all right so we're asking what you think about it and we're taking your phone calls are I live at eight five five eight three nine twelve ten because now lawmakers there with all the outrage against the health department there and you know the modern way today is to take your dog everywhere so the lawmakers are going to have a discussion I think since I one key very powerful lawmaker the speaker of the house is one of these guys who takes his dog somewhere he wants to down change law so as a patron do you have a problem if a restaurant gets to choose the restaurant once they have dogs in the patio you have a problem with that tis the season for dog owners you know it's fun for them right it's fun for you I get it I guess it's fun and convenience why you go to the brewery Anna and I know the health department kinda looks the other way but you know in most of the country it is illegal even on patios Virginia recently passed legislation allowing dogs but only at breweries and wine tasting rooms our only breweries and wine tasting rooms but not the general patios and in many of the nine states that do allow dogs the local government can over ride the state has a safety codes they can override the health code to say no okay then then I got to get a permit and all that but whatever but there are a lot of proponents out there maybe you're one of them you could be a proponent of this want in twenty nineteen I guess people want dog friendly restaurant laws you know they think it's still safe you can still serve food and drink safely some gonna kill you you're not gonna die see you know I guess the problem is one person's level love my dog is well behaved and well cared for is on a whole different level than someone else's my dog is well cared for you know some people can live with fleas what the dogs got fleas takes you know it's an issue right I like talking about this much better than I like talking about Jeffrey Epstein tell you what much more pleasant even though it's sort of sounding like I'm I'm coming off a bit anti dog I get it back to the law is the law you know what I mean the law is the law but unlike our caller a minute ago I don't understand this it it's like a I never used to see this okay I never used as he would occasionally see someone with a a guide dog or service animal wonderful to see really wonderful to see how well trained they are and how great they are I mean it's just it's really interesting but now it's everybody with the dog the dog in the car the dog at the at the restaurant the dog in the grocery store got to take the dog you know everywhere you go when she say dog at the doctor's office what for why why are you carrying your dog around in the produce section for instance right all right if you want to weigh in on this I'd love to hear we're gonna get your phones in a moment David's working hard over there on talk radio twelve ten W. P. H. table rack you up and see if you have anything to say about this maybe you've been out to eat and you have noticed dogs it may they may not bother you that's fine that's cool but the then again they may bother you it may be a little weird you have to dine with dogs I don't the H. isn't right it's a very individual thing that's why I like talking to you that's why I often say this is a talk radio show where where you will get to talk to and sound off speak out and be heard what is all about this with the action is man that's where the action is on the telephone all right let's see what's going on with bill we'll do we'll take bill first year on talk radio twelve ten W. P. H. T. how are you on this great Saturday bill I'm doing fine thank you all right what's going on I just want to know who's liable when that goal by three the restaurant or the owner of the store well I think the the restaurants insurance companies certainly gonna get detained on that no question that's that's all I worry about is you know well I am builder yeah but let's say I own gas knees pub okay I'll take that risk no problem I'd rather have you in here so if I want to take the real should I be allowed to have the dog in there I wouldn't go to a place would have to talk that's that's the easiest for me okay now we're getting somewhere now we're getting somewhere tell me why why not well couple things out first thing I'd be further on getting better because a lot of people don't handle their dogs very well and the second port is exactly what you said what's the new year will be the dogs around you are personally don't have to open early on tools I can live without him well I don't choose to go to a restaurant the dogs are in there that's what I get it I get it that could be applied to two year it's just not not your Cup of tea I got it you know it's not comfortable right comfortable yeah bill thanks for calling here is Eric he's calling for mark gates on talk radio twelve ten W. PhD hello Eric Hey how you doing excellent thanks for calling not to talk about it but one of the dog decides to relieve himself next year table would be good to get him a plastic bag a hold on a second what is a good it was going to be dead next next takes in something's going to have a ball constrictor wrapped around his neck I like the service men with a dog that's where it all started and now it's gotten a little out of hand I think right the emotional support animal is really an internet fraud really even one of our daughters of your lives in Philadelphia all right I'm going to get one of when they call you know like so I can take the dog everywhere I said what do you think it is learn a little Yorkie yeah what what is she trying to get like to have some paper to lives to allow her to take the dog everywhere well I don't know I think they're start to give a map to these people or they can just take their dogs in places everywhere I don't know right there's people out there you say that you know they're not a service person right in the dog is not trained to perform any sort of specific function before but it it's possible to dogs could get in a fight in the middle of the restaurant I mean you know it's not a good idea look they're gonna push to make it legal and that's what I'm asking about your you'd be you'd say no way right I think they're going to far now thanks for the call Eric could Mar gate checking in love hearing your calls Dan Gaffney here will be back in a moment this is talk radio twelve ten W. PhD and we're at eight five five eight three nine whales and straight ahead we'll be right back Hey it's.
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"On talk radio twelve ten W. PhD this week find great deals at Walgreens now select varieties of tide laundry detergent and dawn dish soap are only four ninety nine with card and select varieties of Scott paper towels and bath tissue are only three twenty five with confining card deals on the everyday essentials you need right here at your neighborhood Walgreens well greens trusted since nineteen oh one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details she only had a news conference Wednesday at the state capitol in California five lawmakers introduced a package of bills to ban the sale of big gulp style soft drinks and impose a state tax on sugary drinks this is an actual quote now from assemblyman David true from San Francisco ready we we joke about this see this is a thing is the only army makes a joke we have how many years now we joked about big soda right years right quote soda has profited off of life threatening disease and suffering for too long in telling this salaryman David Chu of San Francisco and he's not joking big soda what's next and I got a call the soda industrial complex yet is that next I hope so twelve ten W. PhD morning show we do mornings from five thirty to nine on talk radio twelve ten W. PH T. mobile the president has divided our nation women have the right to make their own decisions I just it is the only difference orders we want them we don't need a border fence pleased to talk about talk radio twelve ten the if you don't why would somebody saying you know you don't have to listen I want you to listen three hours a day I want you to get informed and entertained I want you to be happy I want you to call and call me a jerk if you disagree with the showing I don't care what you say within the regulations of the FCC three to six on talk radio twelve ten W. PH T. truth hurts lead talk reaches six old town road what did the president do that would warrant being removed from office three Robert Muller didn't charge the president with anything he he alludes to things in his little is old the song and dance that he did he alludes to frankly never actually says the president did anything wrong you know he just says they could exonerate but that's not how our system works our system of justice is in about exoneration our system of justice is can you charge or not we have enough evidence to charge if you DO you charge somebody if you think you can win if you don't think you can win and oftentimes thrusters drop the charges Robert Muller didn't accuse the president of anything he hinted around the edges he strolled around the edges mother's job isn't to clear tropics not the government's job the government's job isn't to clear you defense attorneys in juries clear people and judges clear people law enforcement prosecutors they don't.
Marlins, Minnesota And Kansas City discussed on WIP Programming
"Reading baseball the twins have reportedly agreed to a deal with the Marlins the land reliever Sergio Romo Minnesota in danger of seeing its lead in the central shrink to one the twins trail the white Sox for one in the eighth meanwhile the Indians are cruising in Kansas city nine one the division race in the NL central maybe further crammed with the nineties done as well the first place cards are down to the Astros eight one in the eight Carlos Correa's driven in five cups of brewers died at two in the eighth casting euro with an RBI single RBI double I should say to tie it brings a wreck the Phillies fifteen to six finals the red Sox rolled with third straight win over the yanks nine to five still an eight game deficit the alias for Boston another troublesome day for a Yankees starting pitcher CC said that they allowed five runs in for a third catcher Will Smith job in a career high six runs to send the Dodgers fast the nationals nine three blue jays stormed back from a nine to deficit to beat the raisin twelve ten nine and the mariners sail past the Tigers eight
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"From the Alamo and associates lost. The this is Dan Gaffney on twelve ten go you. Yeah. Well, thunderstorms on the way this afternoon thunderstorms are possible. Hello. Dan Gaffney here on talk radio twelve ten w HD beautiful hot day. And you know that if you're out and about we've got one of those air quality alert days, and with a cold front, coming through a cool front, if you will thunderstorms are possible. We have a heat index of around one hundred today and a cold front is arriving at some point, we're, we're looking at maybe four o'clock heavy thunderstorms, and some neighborhoods. Okay. And some neighborhoods. So what I'd like if you get a thunderstorm. Please. Let me know. We have the thunderstorm line open for you. Eight five five eight three nine twelve ten you didn't know we had a thunderstorm line is like this is the Weather Channel or something. We do. You can tell me what's going on in your neighborhood. I see some beautiful dark clouds form that, not the usual dark clouds hanging over W, H T, but I'm talking storm clouds hanging over the city of Philadelphia's look out the window. It doesn't quite look what I would. It doesn't look threatening. You know how you see dark, clouds and you go, you know, it could storm when you look at the clouds and then other times, you see them and you go, oh man. It is threatening like it is going to pour. Any second doesn't look that way to me here where I am. But who knows what's going on with you. Right. So we're watching out for that. Strong thunderstorm, late this afternoon or evening possible. And that's all I know. I think that's very pertinent information to start today. The second bit of pertinent information today.
Senate Panel Approves William Barr, Trump's Attorney General Pick
"One step closer to confirmation after winning approval from the Senate Judiciary committee in at twelve ten party line vote. The panel endorsed William bars nomination which could see a floor vote in front of the full Senate later this month
Breath test 'could help detect cancers earlier'
"And stomach cancers Snapple achieves at the end send it to the lab. And then you'd get the results Rebecca Kohlberg doesn't have cancer. But in her early thirties he was diagnosed with Barrett's esophagus. She's taking part in the trial. The great. Sixty minutes. And then you home again. The sedation sprays. Rebecca FitzGerald says early detection is vital to improve treatment and survival from cancers, I'm Ed Donahue, forty seven degrees. Cloudy in New York. Rain is headed this way. A flood warning for the Passaic river localized minor coastal flooding near high tide Saturday morning. Wins. News time, twelve ten. According to a recent nationwide study Chevrolet is more reliable than Toyota, Honda and Ford
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"Radio twelve ten w t happy Monday. So the man accused of killing his girlfriend in front of her newborn baby daughter has now turned himself into police this according to Thorndike's today in Philadelphia Philadelphia police saying that's high res Lynch shot and killed twenty four year old ISIS Williams, Friday, we told you about this story that they were searching for her killer. Her body was found a couple of feet from her five day old baby girls. Crib. The baby was not hurt. A vigil will be held tonight for the victim. Isis Williams her baby daughter reportedly with family in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's administration today announcing a formal plan to put New Jersey back into a regional agreement to fight climate change. So this move would cost the state's taxpayers an extra. Dollar a month. Murphy says so the history of this twenty twelve then gov. Chris Christie, Republican polls. The polls New Jersey out of that regional greenhouse gas gas initiative grass marijuana grass. That can't pass. Have a political clout for so anyway, they pull that out. Now Murphy is is putting it back in. So he says they need to protect the state from the effects of global warning warming and rising sea levels, especially in the wake of hurricane. Sandy. What does this costing me? Now, a dollar that they they claim is going to only cost you a dollar, Don. Oh, okay. Another twelve bucks a year. And they also said it protects you from Republican President Donald Trump in the White House. How does it do that? Exactly. I just quoting. I liked it better. When you said, it was a greenhouse grass initiative dawn, I like that a lot better, by the.
Donald Trump, Sean Hannity And CNN discussed on Rich Zeoli
"Because Hannity's at nine right? Yeah. Madhouse at nine and the lesser at night. So CNN thought to giants because Hannity and Maddow respectively. They're they're they're huge. They're huge on their networks through the biggest the two biggest shows on their network without without question. Everybody would agree that Sean Hannity is the is the biggest name on Fox News in terms of the the the power of the show. Right. I mean, nine PM Tucker's on it eight is that right? Yeah. He's at nine and then Laura's on a ten I go home, and I can't watch. I gotta try to turn it off. Or I'll go insane. But Hannity and Maddow or chew marquee nine. PM is kind of the sweet spot. I guess on TV cable news, right? Notions of yours. CNN's bright idea was to compete with that. We'll get Chris Cuomo the lesser Cuomo. That's how we'll break into that space with the lesser. That's how will compete with Hannity. A matter not competing the lesser. And he's consistently by the way, been the third highest rated of the three consistently the third highest rated show of the three shows. I mean, he is number three. Right. So the third highest three out of three the lesser. Yeah. I can imagine the sea around the table. It's like, how do you Matt our massive? They're huge. You've got millions of people every night. They love him. They hate them. Who do we have that incites that kind of motion and people? How about the lesser Cuomo? Well, we can afford him. So why not like we got it? It's really. It's him or those family dinners was injured Andrew with. He's just he's the governor CNN was never that. Great. The big nine PM guy last place last place. I CNN was never that. Great. You shows never that. Great fat lawyers. Never that great tubby. So anyway, this is Jeff Toobin last night with Anderson Cooper, the APM show. Take a listen, you know, today's the first day, I actually thought Donald Trump might not finish his term. Office. Out for you. Jeff how did that work out? This is what he's admitting how wrong he was. This is what I mean about. This guy have dummy is he's admitting how wrong he was the first thing. I thought he wouldn't finish his term. Well, he did he did finish his term. So the today's the first day I thought maybe it'll be eighty five degrees today. Well, it's not. But I thought that an idiot. Today's the first day, I actually thought Donald Trump might not finish his term in office. I think this thing is enormous. Why do you still have a job? Why you admit how wrong you're is. Amazing to me. Today's the first I thought he would not survive he would not dot. But he did and oh and he's still on the job you moron yet. You still have a job, which is even more amazing than all of this. Go ahead. Think about what the position is of Donald Trump in the Trump camp highway man boubons Cuban. Man, boob Tuban Johnny on Twitter. Thank you Johnny for that, Johnny free Assange man boob tube. And I like that too. There's a lot of good ones here. Very very good. Very good. Can you? Remember what you said? It was fluffy fluffy. Very so there's a couple of everyone's there's fluffy jolly Jeff tubby Tuban full legal name. Fluffy jolly, Jeff tubby Tuban or you can call them fluffy tubby Toobin for short. His friends call them man boob tube. And that's, you know, Don business friends. You know what I mean? So the closer for close friends who all sit around and go do you went on national TV? And you you admitted how wrong you were once again with one of your predictions five fifteen let's check in with dawn. Good afternoon. Dawn central and here, it is five fifteen talk radio twelve ten WPA. So police say they're searching for the suspect who posted white supremacy graffiti in south Philadelphia, they say it happened between November eleventh November twentieth. Police say the person stencilled graffiti a circle with a cross in the middle and wrote out white world and white pride around the circle. Oh, this is a free. I'm telling you right now. I'm calling right now. To what they stenciled like. White supremacist kiss clan meetings. Here's your stencil kit. Go stencil hate everywhere. Dumbest thing they knitted. A hate sweater. They needed. A hate sweater for everybody. Stencil you're now, you're hate. I'm a a street corners. Let's learn from the French in my goodness. It's just it's getting crazy out there. We do want to mention this boil water advisories. Still an evac ineffective bucks county, Pennsylvania hate stenciled on. That's what it is. Here's your hate sensible goes stencil stuff.
Leaning Tower of Pisa Now Tilts a Little Less - 1.5 Inches Less.
"Oscillations of the medieval tower have been key for its better-than-expected directness the famous Tuscan tower has leaned to one side since it was built more than eight hundred years ago. And that is Megan Williams reporting wins news time, twelve ten traffic AccuWeather in one minute on ten ten wins.
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"Talk radio twelve ten w we are under a winter weather advisory that updated forecasts with Katie is just ahead. A Philadelphia man who claims he was sexually abused by a priest while he attended Roman Catholic high school back in nineteen sixty nine has now joined a class action lawsuit against the nation's Catholic bishops and the Vatican. This is Phillip d Williams. He spoke out today at a news conference that was held near the bishop's annual meeting in Baltimore Baltimore. He says he suffered and was violated by father, John schmear guidance counselor and schmear was named a few years ago originally in a grand jury report on clerical sexual abuse. So victims speaking out today, saying they hope that this class action suit exposes these predator priests that they claim are still protected by bishops in America. Okay. Let's take you to DisneyWorld. There's a man who was banned from DisneyWorld going. Your story. I'm sorry. I got confused taking you're not allowed to unfurl any kind of banners that say anything about Donald Trump. Because that's what he did. So he was banned at first then they said, okay, you can come back. And then he did he did it again. Wasn't a pro or con. What do you think pro? So he this guy loves Disney. He every year he has an annual pass. And he's done this for years and years. So the picture of Don Cenis latest antics show him writing down splash mountain with a Trump twenty twenty nine and on expedition Everest he held I keep America. Great sign. So they they banned him because of the signs, and then they said, okay because they revoked his annual pass that he's had for twenty four years of his life. So they banned the size. I promise I won't have any signs ever ever again. But he said, look they didn't say anything about a banner. Technicality. So he did the banner, and they said look we do have a policy of banners and signs the could invoke like a crowd. You know, the I actually agree with me on this. I got to have a break on vacation. I gotta have a break from politics. I got in some some other jackass is going to be going down with a Booker side. And you know, you gotta have one place where it's off limits. I think you know, what I mean that said Disney has always shoving their politics in my face in their movies. So how about we leave their politics out of the movies? Can we do that? I love I like that. So let's check in. Now. I don't know if you'll love is forecast. Let's check in now. With eyewitness weather, here's meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. And it's pretty quiet at.
Monica Lewinsky in AE series shares more about Bill Clinton affair
"Series called the Clinton affair. She reveals she didn't even know that Bill Clinton at stained or blue dress. She called to the office with the promise of presence and Clinton gifted her with a hat pin. I forgot about this a copy of Walt Whitman's leaves of grass leaves of grass. Walk whitman. God better off with the chocolates. The two then moved to the laboratory where some attention was paid on the Wenski, and she was reciprocating and on and on it goes. And then she goes out with friends afterward thinking the infamous stain that she had gotten spinach dip on the frock, Linda Tripp who I interviewed once all this became public advised. You're put that in your closet and keep that dress. And she used to go over and talk with her a lot and make sure the dress was there, apparently when she was there. So this will all come out. Now this all by the way of saying, this is the uphill battle that you know, what mere mortal would consider running for president with this kind of baggage Hillary Clinton, but Hillary is not a mere mortal. She is going to run again, she has to savage, Monica Lewinsky and talk about spinach dip, she'll talk about spinach dip, so give out recipes for it. Show playoff it. She did a PSA today when she said, she will continue to be a voice, and we ought to be a voice for men and women and your pets. She wants to be a voice for your pet who new brand new strategy. How will Trump match that in twenty twenty eight five five eight three nine twelve ten. You get a line AT and T
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"Talk radio twelve ten W P H T, katie's spook tackler Halloween. Forecasts is just ahead. Philadelphia. Police say the driver in a hit and run that left. A woman dead turned herself in today. Police say the driver struck and killed a homeless woman who was laying on a mattress streetside. This was in Kensington police say thirty four year old Jessica day. The via is charged with involuntary manslaughter leaving the scene of an accident. Among other charges, a suburban high school principal in Malvern has resigned after police say he admits to taking students ADHD prescription medications from the nurse's office. This is forty four year old Michael flick resigning his principal of great Valley High School Malvern he's charged with theft and multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance. We say their investigation started after the school news. Nurse reported that there was missing ADHD prescription pills for the students that she in other words distributes to the kids daily or weekly. So in his resignation letter, the former principal flake apologizing to students parents in the community and said he is seeking treatment as well as rehab and many doctors are speaking out this Halloween saying if you're gonna choose the healthiest Halloween candy that you want to eat tonight or give to your kids. Go for the good stuff, which they say is the dark chocolate. So they're saying look for seventy percent or greater the K cower cocoa as that main ingredient because they say it contains. Yes. Healthy antioxidants and makes for a very smart snack. Also lower in calories. Much lower in fat on like milk chocolate, which is loaded with milk fat. So that's from the docks eyewitness weather. Let's check in with meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. And it looks very tranquil for the rest of the day. And if you're gonna head out. With the kids this.
Four Jacksonville Jaguars players detained in London
"Six seventeen second ranked Clemson handed Florida state its worst home loss in school history. Fifty nine to ten Notre Dame doubled up navy forty four twenty two Oklahoma state edge number six Texas in Stillwater, thirty eight thirty five Oklahoma fifty one Kansas state, fourteen Kentucky scores on the final. Play the edge, Missouri. Fifteen fourteen Washington state Cup. I Stanford forty-one thirty eight yet caliber fifteen rank Washington twelve ten Mississippi State picks off number sixteen Texas am twenty eight thirteen Penn State outlasted I will Happy Valley thirty to twenty four northwestern race, Wisconsin thirty one seventeen. Syracuse beat NC state fifty one forty-one NBA scores of note, the Spurs dump the Lakers one ten one zero six in defeat. Lebron James passing Dirk Nowitzki for sixth on the all time scoring list. The boxer six and one thousand nine one over the magic Cavaliers Owen. Six falling to the Pacers one nineteen to one seven pistons and pelicans suffer their first losses. Celtics beat Detroit jazz over New Orleans. I'm Chris lopresti. Hi, I'm Boomer Esiason of CBS sports. Listen to CBS sports radio online at CBS
"twelve ten w" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Twelve ten WPA. Bill Cosby's attorneys are trying to get him out of jail today. They asked the Montgomery County judge who sent him to prison to grant him new trial or at the very least to reconsider the sentence. Why? Well in a motion asking for the new trial Cosby's lawyers say they have evidence that the shape of a recording. That the victim's mother made a phone call with Cosby was not authentic. They're saying it was doctored. And the jury didn't know that at the time they didn't know that at the time. That's what they're claiming here. So Cosby who is eighty one? And legally blind was convicted as you know, by now of indecent assault sentenced to three to ten years in prison, which means he could be eligible for parole in three years when he's eighty four and a half. Philadelphia police are asking for your help for the public's help and trying to ID a suspect accused of vandalizing the history of Italian immigration museum yesterday Columbus Day. So in a photo they've released. Police say this surveillance photo from video it appears the suspect is just completely covered up that person wearing what appears to be a black and cobalt blue hoodie, black gloves even a full face mask riding a bicycle. So they're hoping somebody recognizes that Garber maybe the bicycle just asking for some of the public's help to try to catch the sky. Let's check in now on the all important forecast, especially as hurricane Michael threatens the panhandle right now here now as I witness weather with meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. And it stays pretty quiet for the rest of the day. But there might be a little fog that does redevelop later on tonight. We dropped down to sixty eight degrees tomorrow. Steamy out there with some some returning, but you can't rule out a couple of scattered showers high up to eighty four and CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. A more weather at CBS Philly dot com. With the news talk radio twelve ten w t take us with you on the radio dot com app, exclusively just download it. And listen to us anytime anywhere..
Snap loses daily users, beats on revenue as Saudi prince takes stake
"Markets All right everybody you're listening to Bloomberg markets Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly letter earning news. A lot of tesla Tesla tesla tesla Marcia Marcia. Marcia we started Marcia Marcia, Marcia our, tesla tesla, tesla you went there Proud of you More about the broader market picture in. Just a moment let's get back to, your headlines Charlie Pellett keeping track of it all Charlie. To absolutely right and we just got another breaking news headline coming across the. Bloomberg right now Saudi Prince Alwaleed says he bought, a two point three percents, stake in. Snap snap reporting its first ever quarterly drop in daily Snapchat users signaling that a controversial redesigned to the social media, earlier this year still hindering growth revenue topped projections as demand increased for the company's mobile. Ads snap shares they are rallying right now by nine and. A, half percent again, repeating that headline the Saudi Prince Alwaleed says he bought, a two point three percent. Stake in snap the Walt Disney company released earnings after the bell shares are moving lower their, down two, point four, percent Disney runoff. Unreleased animated movies last quarter, stumbled at mar the entertainment giants, record-breaking summer box office performance and crimped. Its latest earnings got, a mentioned, tesla Elon Musk saying he is considering taking tesla A private and a radical step two would ease pressure on the money losing automaker tesla shares rallying. Today by ten point nine percent the Dow the s&p NASDAQ all pushing higher SNP up eight. Again there of three tenths of one percent the Dow of one hundred twenty. Six five tenths of one percent NASDAQ up twenty, four are by three tenths, of one. Percent gold up three tenths of one percent twelve ten the ounce I'm Charlie pelletan that is a Bloomberg business flash, thank you so much Mr. Charlie Pellett still wanna hear more later from you about visiting. The Brady bunch house but that is become the least of. Our, top stories today, Carol Massar as we look at everything that's happened over, the last few hours tesla. Is Charlie mentioned really leading the way in terms of grabbing the attention Elon Musk coming out, and saying, that he, would consider is. Considering taking the company private, private and one of the numbers, that we need to put out there. Is based on his, four hundred, and twenty dollars a share price Price tag for a take private that would value the company at eighty two. Billion dollars that's a big LBL it's, a big, old I'll. Be oh it. Would be almost not quite double. The size of the next biggest, which was back in two thousand seven taken private by KKR and teepee g, the financing the but the equity and the debt that would. Need to be lined up to do this sort of deal would be massive. And unprecedented right alone says he's got it he's got it lined up and. Is certainly experience although a final decision has not been just going to say no to his, employees said a final decision exactly has not been made so stay tuned everybody aren't you're listening to Bloomberg markets and this is.
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"Forecast tonight talk radio twelve ten w. h. t. Pennsylvanians will not be. Able to download plans to make three d printable guns this. Decision, comes after. A. Rare Sunday night emergency hearing, in federal court this is. A turning general Josh Shapiro governor Tom. Wolfe Pennsylvania. State police suing to block the company that distributes those plans that company called defense distributed agreed to block Pennsylvania users from its sights at the same company was dealing with New, Jersey last week you may recall so now the company agreed not to upload any new three d printable gun files so not, in Pennsylvania I Don breaking news I have this. Terrorists and criminals have agreed to not make three guns they've just announced they're? Not going? To make three d guns oh they're not criminals just came out and, said. We are not going To do this we promise, so there you go Word. Of, honor were fingers they did the pinky. Swear. Okay, so there you have it so good excellent well it's a big week because you know this week, starting on Wednesday during the first week. Of August it is world breastfeeding week starts Wednesday so it's a week where communities across the country and across the world are planning a lot of activities and events to, raise awareness about not only. The benefits of breastfeeding but really to. Normalize breastfeeding so this is the maternity care coalition and they say that breast milk is not only the best nutrition. For babies, also greatly, helps with their psychological wellbeing and so for example during breast world breastfeeding week, events like the big latch, on really help, normalize the picture, of nursing mothers, the big latch the big, latch big. Latch on we'll do it in studio big, latch, we'll have some people here maybe on Facebook. Live perhaps. Happy that might be How. To latch on okay so this weather we do have rain, obviously in. The, forecast, for. This. Evening seventy seven degrees. Cloudy but it's not a. Washout at all by any. Means. This evening however tomorrow stormy eighty four. Degrees. And, as you look at the whole forecast for the entire week we're looking at about mid eighties cloudy, stormy weather so more flood watches in. Our future unfortunately for those of us just drive time you say stormy stormy Daniels every time a different word now you know we got we really do because I just, picked I keep picturing her. Head every time you say that wait. A second so more rain is coming yes why I know this stinks at least we had a nice weekend yeah. We did, you're right, so here's the thing though if they're gonna have this much rain I wanna, be in I don't know, a rainy place, I don't want, to be here, what's a cool rainy place, where it. Rains all the time the rainforest yeah Vietnam, right, exactly let's be in Vietnam Not. Here this is crazy So swampy There to drain. This crap. We'll see it's good that, you've got, you know ki- them and all your friends keep. You dry everybody's. Working overtime everybody, right now. It's amazing Dawn sends one. With the news right here talk. Radio twelve. Ten WPA take us with, you through, your day only on the radio dot com app. Download it today. Listen to us..
California ticket wins $522 million Mega Millions jackpot
"The lunchtime numbers on Wall Street l. let's head over to Tracy jonky for Bloomberg business Tracy a bit of improvement on the Dow bet. Absolutely I mean Boeing is still all of accounts for all of the. Dow's lies at the moment and it's upside is led by Coca Cola so we've got mix here in the Dow is down. About forty seven points to twenty five thousand one hundred four it's no longer down one hundred NASDAQ's up thirty five points the SMP is up five and the Bloomberg WBZ Massachusetts index is higher by, three, quarters, percent, it's, rising, above, the, rest the Dow's lost again I'll Boeing and. Coca Cola topped its earnings estimates says no and low sugar drinks fueled it's global growth Diet cokes new skinny Kasim flavors. Helped out a lot coke launched, the redesigned cans and four new flavors in January and those new flavors made up about. A third of the brand's rebound in, recent, months homebuilder stocks, are, among, those, losing ground the Commerce Department says sales of. Do homes fell. To. An, eight month low in June business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour I'm Tracy jonky Bloomberg. Business, on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time. Twelve. Ten workers at the neck oh plant in revere has suddenly found themselves without a job round hill investments bought the business back in may. At an emergency auction and that company now confirms the plant has, closed down company says it has decided to sell. The brands to another. National manufacturer so far we haven't heard. Who this new owner is we also do not know if or when production will continue at. The plant now many of, the company's workers. Expected, the plan to stay open through November when. The plant's lease expires according to a worker. Talking to the Globe employees have not been or have been told not to show up for work and to come back on Friday to get their final paychecks and their personal belongings it's almost time for. Football with the season coming up we heard today from. Patriots coach Bill Belichick at the training camp press conference he was asked about. Julian, elements four-game suspension Gillian is a hard very hard working player world disappointed but it is what it, is he's moved on we've moved on Take. What we have now do this, we can when he was asked, about the. Benching of Malcolm Butler at the. Super Bowl. Didn't have much to say about that either simply answering, he's focused on this year season and last year. Is last year WBZ news time twelve eleven sports in. A minute but first this story a liquor store in San Jose California. Sold the, only winning. Ticket in last night's mega millions drawing it's worth more than half a, billion dollars before taxes, of course the winner has yet to come forward mass lotteries Christian teasha tells WBZ's Ben Parker couple, of ticket buyers here in Massachusetts also one big two there were two winning tickets sold in. Massachusetts for. It last night's drawing not the jackpot prize but there. Was a three million dollar winning ticket sold and east Boston zillions grocery, on Bennington street. And there was a one million dollar winning ticket. Sold at least supermarket fifteen eighty five com Evan Brighton. So a good night for a couple of mass residents and, we're hearing those winners have yet to come forward.
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"Slash welcome back this is christine flowers talkradio twelve ten w t there was a column on in friday's inquirer where they how the colonists essentially out some of the people who were filing to keep the grand jury report sealed at least until there could be some kind of a mechanism whereby the people who didn't think that there that they were being fairly treated in that report could try and protect themselves it doesn't mean that the report will never come out there is possibly a way that the the report could be redacted meeting that they could get rid of the actual names of the people who are being accused however that may not entirely work either because if you i mean there are people who would know in context if you're talking about a particular parish if you're talking about a particular time period people who read the report and who lived in those diocese can can sort of put two and two together so i mean redaction in and of itself is not a complete protection under the law and again remember reputation is protected under the pennsylvania constitution it is it is a thing it is a a a substantive solid real thing that people look at and that people it's it's as it's as big a thing as privacy is and you don't need to look at any numbers to find the importance of reputation but in that article in the enquirer the the authors angela which you pronounce her name columbus she essentially kind of alps without using names the some of the individuals who filed to keep the report private at the moment and of course they were advocates for some of the clergy members who had been named shocker of all shockers like wow like this is supposed to be big news no it's not i'm i'm fairly certain that a report about sexual abuse in the archdiocese archdiocese of the commonwealth of pennsylvania would have a large sprinkling of clergy members being accused of crimes the issue is not it it's not whether cases have been made against these individuals it's weather years later we're talking about decades decades later it is justifiable it is legitimate to put names out there to allow people with an let's be quite honest here there may be real victims that were involved here one of them i think is one of the state reps mark rossi i mean he's outraged that the report is not being made public there were there are obviously real victims but then there are also people with axes to grind and the grand jury process does not protect in a sufficient way those individuals let's go to the phones let us go to gloria gloria welcome to the to the conversation i'm so glad you're here today thank you dear i am how are you oh well this is a subject we have probably before it is so important when we think about slander which is what this is about one of the ten commandments right very good that's absolutely right i don't even think of that thou shalt not bear false witness that is a separate commandment all the others and i remember an old story that i learned years ago before i go into more detail but a person a penitent goes into confession to tell the priest that he has told a lie about someone and the precepts i i have a tendency for you knows days we had feather pillows and he said take a feather pillow open it up and shake it out the window and that'll be your penance and then go after the feathers and bring them all back and then the penitent says wait a minute father i can't do that can i find them all he said that's what happens when you tell lies rav oh yeah absolutely so and then you mentioned the mc mike mcmartin case i was around when that happened i we used to be talked to our principles just to talk to us about being very careful especially male teachers about hugging children and things like that that mcmartin scandal was incredible they hypnotize those kids suggestions that's right it was it really and it was a a prosecutor that wanted to make his mark it was it was just it was absolute destruction of lives it was the mother her her adult son.
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"Welcome back this is christine flowers talk radio twelve ten w p h t so i was talking about some of the strange things that i get in the updates from the new york times and you would be saying well christine if they're so strange and they bother you why don't you just delete them why do you know because i like to have that little bit of a window into a world that i don't understand into a world that i think is cracked and crazy and sick and yet the people that inhabit the world think that it's okay so it's it's kind of nice for me to look at these individuals in their natural habitat in that little go dome in which they inhabit and and they are actually being very nice and they're giving me sort of like bird's eye view of the weirdness and craziness of their lives including as i mentioned to you before we broke the last time there is apparently and guess what the you know the way i found out about this even before the new york times had sent me the news blast i read a lot of books by jodi picasso and she she's really a magnificent author if if you're looking for a really good she writes fiction but her books incorporate hot topic issues they she fictionalized stories that actually have been as the old law and order show said ripped from the headlines one of my favorites was almost twenty years ago now that i read this book called the pact psat and it was about the suicide of while it was supposed to have been the the joint suicide of two boyfriend and a girlfriend in high school this was well before the spate of suicides that we have seen talked about this was probably one thousand nine hundred ninety seven or nine ninety eight i think when the book came out and it's a fascinating study about the morality and ethics that that that are involved in the the whole issue about suicide and how society responds and from there i read my sister's keeper which had to do with it was a two sisters one of whom had actually been conceived to provide bone marrow for her older sister who had leukemia and that picked up on a story a true story a real life story where these parents had actually had a daughter who was dying and they couldn't find a match and so the mother at the age of i think the older daughter was fourteen at the age of fifty something the mother became pregnant again and gave birth to a child and that child basically that child's bone marrow was was used to save the life of her older sister and i remember at the time feeling really uncomfortable about the idea of creating a child almost as medicine or a server for another human being and yet it's a very nuanced issue there were arguments on the other side you know life is created to help life and so the book my sister's keeper is a fictionalized account of that she wrote a book called salem falls which i'm rereading right now which is the story of a teacher who was wrongly accused of having had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student and it's really interesting because the book it kind of parallels will it parallels a lot of stories this was well before the crash tag metoo movement and it was after the mcmartin preschool case where it was documented that kids lied about having been abused and they were aided and abetted by therapists and helping them come up with these lies but it really kind of parallels in some ways the salem witch trials and that's why the name of the town that jodi pico uses a salem falls a fictionalised down in her native new hampshire anyway go out get her books they are wonderful but the re and i follow her on twitter so there was she had said something about and she's very pro choice and i love her work i hate her politics but i love her work and i'm able to read her work shutting my eyes to her politics just as i can listen to bruce springsteen and say you know guys wacked but i like his music anyway i follow her on twitter and she made some kind of a comment about the supreme court the pick that's coming up and she was you know saying we need to to understand that that a.
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"Flowers talk radio twelve ten w p h t almost didn't make it into the studio because i had a slight glitch with my keycard but my trustee psalms my trusty sidekick my my trustee do it all for this show tony random got me in and here i am so first of all let's have a round of applause for tony tony rocks and and yes i am here and i will be with you until the six o'clock hour i am loving i think i've said this the last three or four weeks in a row but i am loving this particular our or this particular time period time slot for the show i again it there's just something about the sunshine and actually feeling that the people that i'm talking to are not about to not often go to sleep so i am here i am ready loaded for bear there is so much to talk about i as i was coming into the studio i was trying to figure out what am i going to talk about i i mean there's so much that i want to talk about and i absolutely want to talk about the supreme court hold that for a little bit because i have so much to say about tomorrow night tomorrow night at nine nine o'clock it's going to be like it's like christmas in july it's like waiting for one of the best gifts you could possibly get not knowing exactly if you're going to get the pink princess telephone or the dance arena doll or the beautiful chrissy doll or if you're going to get your birth stone ring you know with while my birth stone is really ridiculous it's a dime i was born in december and i either get a turquoise which i'm sorry i hate turquoise you know the actual turquoise the squash blossom type native american indian oops i used the wrong term we're gonna be talking about that later too type of gem or what they used to call a blue zircon now what they call a blue i think oh my goodness i'm not really sure blues something something any of you in december who are out there and who remember what it is you can let me know but in any event december birth stones are not pretty they are not like april when you have the diamond or june when you get a pearl or february when you have the beautiful amethyst or who september with the sapphires july with the rubies yeah i do know all of these i mean my birth stone is down there with the august paradiso which is an anaemic looking really watery kind of green even a key lime pie would not would not be proud to be that particular color or november the topaz or what's the other one oh this citrin i think that's august which is it's like this golden yellow kind of i don't know it looks like a jolly rancher so anyway moving along this is all stream of consciousness no i'm not excited like i'm getting my birth stone but if you're if you're born in june or or or april god bless you september that would be a big thing for you but no tomorrow night at nine o'clock the president is going to be picking the next nominee for the supreme court vacancy left by anthony kennedy and again we're gonna talk about that in much more detail later in the show but i just wanted to let you know how excited i am because you really can't go wrong with any of the people that have been put forward any of the individuals that are the front runners by an i'm reading for amy coney barrett for a variety of reasons but even if she's not the pack i will be disappointed but there are a lot of default players there that would maybe not be equally as as as good or as exciting for me but they will help neutralize the wise latina sonia sotomayor who is who is losing her marbles with each subsequent descent that she is writing i mean the wise latina has become the apoplectic latina alana keagan she hasn't really been that objectionable actually like alana kagan but maybe it's just the style that i like about her i know she's a liberal but she's not apoplectic she's not hormonal and history onic like sonia gaps you know so you.