30 Burst results for "Twenty Three Months"
Parents Charged After Police Say 1-Year-Old Boy Was Shot In Head During Fight Over Gun In Uptown
"A couple accused of lying to Chicago police about how their twenty three month old child was shot in the head Monday are now facing felony charges twenty six year old Travis McCoy in twenty eight year old Adrianna Smith both of Chicago's north side are charged with one felony count of obstruction of justice as well as a misdemeanor charge of child endangerment investigators say the two got into an argument inside their home in uptown that led to a struggle over a gun that it went off in that a bullet ricocheted and hit the child prosecutors say the parents initially told responding officers at the child was hit by a stray bullet outside the snow on the street the child's now in
"twenty three months" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"By west point cadets and Naval Academy midshipman during the televised army navy football game were not racist signals correspondent Ryan Braun with more from the Pentagon able academy issuing a statement saying that we are confident the hand gestures used were not intended to be racist in any way however we are disappointed by the immature behavior of two fourth classmen shipment and their actions will be appropriately addressed the navy probe of the event found that the students were playing what's called the circle game first impeachment now an invitation more from correspondent Linda Kenya house speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited president trump to deliver the state of the union address on Tuesday February fourth the invitation comes just days after the house impeach the president on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the timing of the address means the president could be delivering his state of the union speech even as the US Senate is presiding over his impeachment trial the White House says the president has accepted the invitation the notorious MS thirteen gang is now in operable on new York's Long Island after a massive bust the district attorney Timothy scene he says the arrest of save lives as a result of the reliable intelligence generated throughout this investigation law enforcement prevented countless acts of violence over the past twenty three months including seven murder plot a month after wheel of fortune host Pat Sajak underwent emergency surgery for a blocked intestine he sharing all the painful detail excruciating I mean you could it was you couldn't do anything I was in a in a in the fetal position lying on the bed Sajak told Good Morning America that in the moments before surgery he thought he was going to die on Wall Street stocks are up across the board today the Dow off one hundred and thirty four points S. and P. up nineteen points at this hour I'm like moss do you know that mortgage rates have plummeted to a three year low inter nearing historic lows at the same time home days gone up roughly fifty percent in the last several years however they seem to be peaking now maybe it's time to put that equity.
Drowned father and daughter mourned at El Salvador cemetery
"To report a man and his young daughter who drowned trying to cross into Texas relate to their final rest Monday a week after a heartbreaking image of their bodies floating in the Rio Grande circle the globe about two hundred relatives and friends followed a hearse bearing the bodies of Oscar Martinez and is twenty three month old daughter Valeri at inside linebacker may have municipal cemetery in southern San
Drowned father and daughter mourned at El Salvador cemetery
"Thank you a young Salvadoran father and his twenty three month old daughter who drowned trying to cross into Texas related their final rest today a week after the heartbreaking image of their bodies floating in the Rio Grande circle the globe they were buried during a private ceremony at the cemetery in southern San Salvador so a family friend they went in search of a better future but everything came to an end in the river a collection of floral arrangements of doing the grave including one from el Salvador's president and First Lady and president Nighy bill Keller who took office a month ago said candidly his own country bears responsibility what got it it fully reflect the day for the United States the food I mean they've they've they've led of some other than that our country it is it is our full illicit L. Salvador is ready to work with the US to overcome poverty and provide jobs so it's people don't have to
Castro, Laura And US discussed on 1A
"Photographs of father and daughter drowned in the Rio Grande have rocked the US and could have a critical impact here in Washington DC, the guardian reports that Oscar Albert Martinez Ramirez, brought his twenty three month old daughter Lyria to the US side of the river before jumping back in to get her mother. The toddler jumped in after him, he turned to rescue her and both were swept away by the current Laura. Horrifying and tragic things like this, unfortunately happen regularly to migrants. Why is this moment resonating as much as it is because it was captured in a photograph, and it was also, it's also because it comes at a time when there's a lot of scrutiny on the detention centres for migrants. The one in, in Clint Texas has received heightened scrutiny because of the lack of standards for the migrants there when the Democrats were down in Florida in a lot of them have gone to the homestead detention facility, which is a for profit facility that houses migrant children and Warren, when she visited the day before her debate she said that when she was able to peek over since none of them have been allowed in, even though they requested to toward the facilities. She said that, quote, it looked like you know, the children were little soldiers being marched, you know, across between facility between. Buildings. So this has been getting a lot of attention in the debate I just wanna point out that the first night, holy Castro really shifted the field by bringing up thirteen twenty-five law, which is he supports the decriminalization of border crossings for migrants, so treating it as a civil as opposed to a criminal offense. And a lot of candidates have now come out in support of that he was the first to do that he called on all them to do that warrant supports it. The second night, I think seven out of eight candidates on stage said that they support that as well. So he's been affective pushing his fellow democratic contenders. Let's hear that clip of tape that you referenced it was an exchange between Hooghly on Castro and former Representative Beto work on the immigration plan, be very clear, the reason that they're separating these little children from their families. Is that they're using section thirteen twenty five of that act which criminalizes coming across the border to incarcerate the, the parents, and then separate them? Some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some congressman or Rourke have not. And I want to challenge all of the candidates. Do that. I just think it's a mistake. I think it's a mistake, and I think that, that if you truly want to change the system that we got a repeal that section if not, thank you. Then it might as well say, Cheryl that seem to as lower mentioned impact candidates answers on last night's debate stage. Many said undocumented immigrants with no criminal record should not be deported. And all ten onstage said they supported public health care for the same group. So how will some of these positions that they've laid out on immigration? Do you think shape the race moving forward? Well, I think if on custom accomplishes, nothing in this race, he has accomplished, putting this issue on the table for Democrats to discuss. And he has basically set the benchmark for what will be the democratic position, which is that we should not criminalise crossings across the border that they should be treated as civil matters. So going forward, I think we will see Democrats embracing that position increasing. Early. But I also think, as at mentioned a lot of these positions are going to make great clips for Donald Trump when he runs for
News in Brief 26 June 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the drowning of father and his toddler daughter in the Rio Grande is a heartbreaking, and preventable tragedy that countries should do all in their power to prevent happening in the future, the head of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR said on Wednesday, Philippa grandees comments about Oscar Ramirez, and his twenty three month old daughter, Valeria, followed the publication of a photograph showing them lying face down in the shallows of the river, that separates Mexico from the United States. They had come from El Salvador, and according to reports were carried away by strong currents in the fast flowing river on Sunday. In a statement, High Commissioner Grandy said that their deaths represented a failure to address the violence and desperation that pushes people to take dangerous journeys in search of a life of safety and dignity, a lack of safe pathways for migrants forces them to risk their lives. He said before adding that UNHCR has suggested ways that the United States can improve and strength. And processing of asylum seekers including conditions in detention calling once more for an international criminal probe into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, special reporter, and yes, Calamar told members of the global community, the United Nations included that they should do more to protect human rights defenders and dissidents, presenting her report into the Saudi dissident's killing last October. In an stumble, the UN appointed independent rights expert told the Human Rights Council in Geneva, that there was credible evidence, supporting an additional investigation into the ball of high officials in the kingdom, including crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the evidence gathered by inquiry suggest that the killing of Mr. cash Shoghi constituted, an extra judicial 'execution and enforced disappearance and possibly an act of torture, for which the state of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible. There are numero series as to the sickle stances of Mr. cashew is dead. Breath, but known leads other than to the responsibility of the state highlighting that Mr. castle. Jeez. Premeditated execution reflected, an increasing global phenomenon these special reporter insisted that if the international community ignored this, fundamental rights abuse. It risked threatening all other human rights perogatives in response to her claims. Abdelaziz Alessio Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UN in Geneva said that she had not acted within the terms of her mandate, and neither Hatschi carried out her work professionally, and finally opioids which include both heroin and legal pain relievers were responsible for around two thirds of drug related deaths in two thousand seventeen and new U N report showed on Wednesday, the number of global opioid users contained within the world drug report. Some five hundred eighty five thousand people is more than double the previous estimate the study from the UN office on drugs and crime or unco DC also shows. Is that the negative health consequences associated with drugs? I'm more severe and widespread than previously thought with around thirty five million people. Suffering from drug use disorders and requiring treatment services of eleven million people who injected drugs in two thousand seventeen one point four million live with HIV and five point six million have hepatitis C. The overall figure for drug use in two thousand seventeen is an estimated two hundred seventy one million people. That's thirty percent higher than in two thousand and nine. This is partly attributed to a ten percent increase in the global population age fifteen to sixty four but also increased opioid use in Africa Asia Europe and North America as well as high cannabis consumption in north and South America and Asia, the manufacturer of cocaine reached an all time high in two thousand seventeen with an estimated production of two thousand tonnes in two thousand seventeen up by a quarter on the previous year at the same time. Seizures of cocaine rose thirty percent to one. Thousand two hundred seventy five tonnes another record figure. Daniel Johnson, U N news.
United States, Brooklyn And Williamsburg discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"It's something you might expect in war-torn nations of failed states and outbreak of disease that is widely perceived as easy to control, but the United States is experiencing what the CDC says is its biggest outbreak of measles and twenty five years more than seven hundred people have been infected this year alone. And a lot of these cases coming from a surprising place. Williamsburg Brooklyn last month, the city declared a state of emergency and ordered mandatory vaccinations in certain Brooklyn, zip codes. How can the biggest cosmopolitan city in the country have an outbreak of a disease that was supposed to be eliminated in the western hemisphere. Immunization in the United States is high fa measles. Ninety two percent of children between twelve and twenty three months vaccinated, but for the authored ox? Jewish community many of whom live in pockets of Brooklyn vaccination rates are relatively low. And this community is an epicenter of the recent measles. Outbreak beezus can still occur in the United States. When unvaccinated people traveled to other countries experiencing outbreaks the problem compounds when those infected then come back to insular communities sprinkled throughout the country with low vaccination rates, according to vox in recent years, measles outbreaks have hit some Ali Americans in Minnesota, the Amish Ohio and Russian-speaking immigrants in Washington state in all these communities. Vaccination rates are low sometimes because of the difficulties of access in other cases because of a wariness about vaccines despite overwhelming scientific evidence proving their effectiveness anti vaccine treatments still runs high among certain communities in America, it hinges on misinformation that. Has been almost impossible to completely dispel. A modern turning point was in one thousand nine hundred eight when in Romania study published in the Lancet linked the measles vaccine to autism. The link was conclusively disproved years later, but the damage was done in two thousand and four some Ali American children in Minnesota where fears of the autism link grant high had a ninety two percent rate for measles by twenty fourteen child immunization in the community had fallen to just forty two percent. According to the Minnesota department of health today. Anti vaccine activists are targeting the Hasidic community in Brooklyn with literature. That highlights what they say are non-kosher, vaccine ingredients cells deriving from pigs and rats, this misinformation appears to be working, even though many rabbinical. Authorities have dismissed claims that vaccines are forbidden on religious grounds. Your Sheva attending children in the Williamsburg and borough park neighborhoods of Brooklyn. On nine times likely to be unvaccinated for measles than they counterparts at public schools. What makes us all worse as America's vaccination policy? There is none nationally vaccination in the US the of shoot, according to vox, most states offer exemptions from mandatory vaccines for school h urine on religious grounds. More than a dozen also offer philosophical personal belief exemptions one doctor quoted in the economists call these misinformed Barent exemptions. And there's long been a debate about whether or not a scrap them. Donald Trump himself has long parroted the false link between autism and vaccinations though last month. He changed his tune and parents to Doxa nature. Mandatory vaccination is a delicate issue in the US where such efforts tend to provoke outcry about personal liberties. But as no Feldman notes column, and Bloomberg vaccination isn't just about individual liberty. It is about public safety. Let's hope we don't need a pandemic affecting thousands. Maybe more before people start accepting the scientific
"twenty three months" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"I'm in a position where I can create content and I live in Atlanta. I was raised in the south. I grew up in Florida, and I knew this story. And I knew not a lot of people knew it. And it's exactly what you said. Like that travesty happen. It is literally one of the greatest American tragedies happen in this country where twenty three children were murdered kidnapped murdered within a twenty three month span. And it took a very long time for it to even make national news. It was at a time. When Atlanta was a city who had just got. His first black mayor we've coming out of the civil rights movement at that time, it happened the first murder happened in seventy nine and a lot of people said, we don't need this right now at -lanta is a city that we're trying to tell people to visit hate writes. This is something that we kind of need to go away. And because these kids were poor and because they were black and because they didn't have means and they didn't have people advocating for them. It was easier to victimize them. That's still true today. The most vulnerable amongst us. It's is still easier for them to be taken advantage of whether they're they're black kids or immigrants or whatever it is. You know for me it was about telling the story. So that we could be aware that this did happen in this country. If we're not careful it can happen again. That's what I enjoyed about the documentary is that it's it's less of an indictment on one specific personal bad guy percent osc questions in know questions that are laid out. How was this? Not a big story. Why within not more resources poured into this? How is this crime? That was never solved crimes. Rural that that will never solve and in many ways when I was watching documentary. It reminded me of what people said in and around the are Kelly story, and that was victims who all of a certain color victims who come from certain background less likely to be focused on by the mainstream news. Yeah. When you talking to these parents in the documentary, did they did they look at the documentary some sort of closure. Was it hard for them to relive the experience. You know, what it was? It was certainly difficult. That's the unfathomable. Right. You know, losing a child. There's there's nothing it's unimaginable. Level of painting. You're never the same. But it's interesting you said closure because for a lot of the victims families. You know, no one is in jail who has been tried and convicted at had to be held responsible for the murders of these children. What happened and you'll see this in the documentary? There is somebody that's in jail. His name is Wayne Williams, and he was convicted of murdering two adults around that same time. Right. And when it happened when they arrest. Him and tied him to evidence. For those other murders, the other murder stopped, and it was very convenient. At the time for the city law enforcement, George bureau investigations, people black white everybody said listen, this is the guy he did them. All we need to close these cases. And so for these families, they never got a chance to have closure. Right. Never got a chance to say. This is the person who needs to be held accountable for what happened to my child. And so it was it was definitely liberating for them to be able to tell their stories. We want to do they haven't had any national platform. Like this to tell what it was like to be a parent during that time reading as powerful story that shows you how much it could change a city and the country. I mean, the footage that you have in the documentary of the PSA's that would come on television where they would say it is ten pm. Yes is your child in dole? You know, your child, you know, where your child is. And this this really became a trying time for Atlanta when you talk to the families has. The been some sort of journey that they've had to go onto to even begin rebuilding their lives. What what do you find? You know, people have connected with to try and have some semblance of of of of. I guess hailing. Yeah. You know, it it it didn't it didn't. Well for many of the parents afterwards. We talk about that in the dock is right. This this is this is real life..
"twenty three months" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Missing twenty three month old Cumberland county, boy ends with the discovery of his remains the toddler's mother has been charged with murder. Johnny depp. Elizabeth Warren officially joining a rounded build a democratic presidential hopeful she announces her bid to run for the White House in twenty twenty. This suburban home has everyone talking. You can thank it's sex dungeon basement for that. I'm Andrew Kramer in sports the flyers get back in the win column. Dumping the Anaheim, ducks sixty two also a handful of local college basketball teams in action Saturday will run down the scores in a bit. It is clear and twenty eight degrees going down to eighteen overnight. Good morning. I'm Dan wing. Top story at twelve. Oh, one a search for a missing Cumberland county toddler ends with the discovery of that child's remains early Saturday morning. There has been arrested as we hear from KYW's. John mcdevitt, thirty say twenty four year old and a cure Greider bridgeton so police Friday night, her twenty three month old son was kidnapped the child abduction response team bridgeton police the county prosecutor's office, New Jersey state police park. Police bloodhounds were all involved in the search then about eight and a half hours later. The toddler's remains were found in the yard of grinders. Woodland drive home. The child's mother has been charged with first degree murder second degree endangering the welfare of a child. Second degree desecration of human remains and fourth degree tampering with evidence officials say no additional rest are expected. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio. Twelve o two. We check traffic.
"twenty three months" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the meantime, let's get a check of WGN news. Here's Dave, Sean. We have cloudy skies twenty nine at O'Hare, Illinois state trooper Chris Lambert was heading home yesterday when he spotted a three car accident on the tristate northbound near willow, he pulled off onto the left shoulder and went to work, but that is one another car headache. Moore's hit him he died. Several hours later, Illinois state police director, Leo Schmitz, says there's a law we should all pay attention to you know, there's a pullover Kim room when you see the troopers UCLA police cars, we'll get around him. It helps trooper Lambert was thirty four years old and leaves behind a wife and a one year old baby daughter, the head pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in east Lakeview neighborhood has been asked to step aside from the ministry after the archdiocese of Chicago received a sex abuse allegation. We have more from WGN's, David Jennings. The allegation was received by the archdiocese office for child abuse investigations in review the alleged abuse took place. Nineteen Seventy-nine when Lee was assigned to Saint Christopher's admit Lowthian letter from cardinal super-rich about the allegations was read Saturday barrage of all the churches where Lee has served and it's expected to be read again during Sunday services, David Jennings. WGN news, the snow we received yesterday in the Chicago area wasn't as much as other places in Illinois and the mid west Springfield, for instance, received at least a foot of snow, and there was more than that in places in central Missouri. The storm now hitting the mid Atlantic states in Washington DC, leaving one hundred and seventy one people one hundred seventy one thousand people I should say without power. And an investigation is underway. After a head on crash between a Chicago snow plow and an SUV happened last night near the intersection of clyborn, George the drivers of both vehicles were taken to the hospital. A new ABC news Washington Post poll reveals who's being blamed for the. Situation between President Trump and the and the Democrats fifty three percent say President Trump and Republicans are mainly responsible for the government shutdown twenty nine percents. A Democrats are to blame. Most Americans oppose declaring a national emergency fund the border wall and a person is in Bonn court today for aid for charged in the accident that killed a twenty three month old child last week..
"twenty three months" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Frank straight. News Radio seven eighty five point nine FM. According to Chicago police woman who caused a crash on lower Wacker drive that left a girl who was almost two years old dead had no driver's license. No insurance and was high on drugs again. That's according to police, the twenty nine year old woman was issued five tickets among them DUI and failure to yield the right of way, the twenty three month old girl Maria Glenn was not in a child seat and was thrown from the car and died less than an hour later Tribune reports the twenty nine year old was behind the wheel traveling west in the first block of west lower Wacker when it turned to head east. She was hit by an SUV traveling east which had the green light the little girl was rushed to Lurie children's hospital where she died the woman charged and a twenty nine year old man in her car were taken in serious condition to northwestern hospital, the people in the SUV declined medical attention. A man died in an extra alarm. I'm fire that started on the northwest side this morning. The blaze started on the upper level of a three story brick apartment building in the forty eight hundred block of north Hutchinson. And we note here that that is a corrected address for that fire the fire which was elevated to an extra alarm tore through at least one apartment on the top level. Andy left who lives nearby tells WBZ 'em. What he saw when the fire broke out. He says he knocked on doors to alert people in the building they were grabbing.
"twenty three months" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Yeah. The car payments. So we were we were pretty normal a little bit of everything. Wow. All right. How long have you guys been married? Eight years. Okay. So what happened twenty three months ago? The flip the switch, and you went I wanna be weird. I don't wanna be normal anymore. Well, we bought a brand new house about two and a half years ago, and it was a big old house. So at the big old house comes bigger bills. And of course, a lot of renovations we had. And so our solution to that was to finance everything. So new appliances charged it paint on the walls charged it everything down to the carpet on the floor. We charge and after a little bit. I remember one day just standing at my kitchen sink, washing dishes worrying about how much water I was using. And how was the point that I thought enough is enough I need to find a way for us to get control of our money. And that's where you came in. And I found the total money makeover read it in a day and talk nonstop about it to call in. And then he got on board as soon as we got the audio book for him. And that was got the audio book from the local library and listened to it in the car on the way to and from work every day until I was done with it. Clue. So from there, we we had never combined finances before, but we had been married almost six years. And so that was one of our biggest struggles was just getting started. So we combined finances we figured out everything got on a budget and from there, we took off cool. Well, why did you go on? Twenty three months later, boom, you're done. We kept good now can be a blessing to us a curse we love it. And it's the house that will raise our children in. And so we just needed to make some changes to get to that point. We will show. What do you tell people to key to getting out of that? If you pay off fifty three thousand dollars in twenty three months, what was the secret? I think it was setting the priorities. So at first priority was fixing up the house and making it look good. And then our priority was getting out of debt in our priority is building our future. So it's just setting those clear priorities and another big thing was just communication communication was huge. Just staying focused too. You know, we knew what the goal was. And we knew we wanted to work hard to get there. So we did what we had to do to get there. Yeah. Deal. Well, done good. Very very cool. What was the hardest part for you guys. I think it was combining finances. I am definitely the saver. And he. Absolutely. So we were both a little embarrassed. I was kind of hoarding money for security, and he was spending money freely. So it was a challenge for us to finally put it all together to see how much debt we had actually accumulated. What was that meeting like? A long drawn out. Not so happy. Yeah. Yeah. Mation everything once we got on the same page, though. Jay, we haven't had an argument about money since we got on that same page and just for our relationship. What it's done for us to be to be on this plan and to be on the same page. It's just made all the difference in the world. Yeah. It really it improved. Our marriage her communications, much better. It's just been been a blessing. Just just paying everything off and not having to worry anymore. So why did it go? You guys. Congratulations. Thanks, very very proud of you. Excellent. Excellent job. Did you have people cheering you on? Or did you have people detracting we had a little bit of both? I we were pretty private about it. And we didn't tell a lot of our family and friends. So when they saw us making these big lifestyle changes, I think they just thought we were broke. And we were but not in the sense that everyone kind of thought to do different. But now we have a lot of people cheering from us all over the country. So we have a lot of cheerleaders. Now. I want you win. It's easy to cheer. Cheers, the winner. Congratulations. Thank you got a copy of Chris Hogan's, retire inspired book. None. Of course, that's what we want that to be the next chapter in your story that you become not only debt free. But now millionaires and be on the millionaire theme or one of these days, absolutely Bellevue. That generous along the way you brought the kiddos with you. Names and ages. This is Gavin. He's five and Haley. She just turned three. All right. Very cool. Well, wait ago. You guys are good looking family. Congratulations. Thank you. All right, Colin and jail. Gavin and Haley Erie, Pennsylvania, fifty three thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making ninety to one hundred counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream ready three. One. Down. Go awesome. Very very very well done. Well, that's how you do it right there. There's.
"twenty three months" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"CBS news special report, there's a major development right now involving Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime personal lawyer at federal court in New York. We're live with CBS news. Correspondent Steven Portnoy at the White House. Stephen a source familiar with the matter. Gary told CBS news that Michael Cohen was expected to plead guilty to lying to congress. The president's longtime attorney is right now in Manhattan federal court reportedly admitting he wasn't truthful when he spoke with congressional investigators about a deal to put a Trump Tower in Moscow Cohen told congress that negotiations on that project ended in twenty sixteen. They apparently went on much longer the broader significance of this is not clear at this point, but pleading guilty to that one lie indicates that Cohen is prepared to tell prosecutors much more about his dealings with the. President and with Russia. Gary CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy live at the White House Coen's appearance today in federal court in New York is a surprise. It comes just two weeks before he's scheduled to be sentenced for an earlier guilty. Plea CBS news special report, I'm Gary Nunn. And I'm Paul Rasmussen. Former Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane is behind bars after reporting to a suburban Philadelphia county jail. She serving a sentence of ten to twenty three months for leaking grand jury material and lying about it. Gained showed up at the Montgomery County correctional facility just before eight AM. Well, airs non nonstop lights from Pittsburgh to Iceland are in a holding pattern. It's the airline reevaluates waiter schedules. The post gazette reports the airport authority paid while eight hundred thousand dollars to secure the service yesterday cutter Airways ended cargo flights that cost the thirty one point five eight million dollars in subsidies county, executive rich bits Gerald tells the Katie k radio morning news. He's not concerned about the airline industry of we've seen this over the years. And we experienced with US air a number of years ago, the dynamics and fluid nature of this market is very difficult in Pittsburgh, a very good position. Because we're way ahead of a lot of our competitive cities. Delta is dropping its Pittsburgh to Paris flights while British Airways will start nonstop service to London in April on Wall Street heparin, Tillerson says the Dow is down sixty five points in early trading at twenty five thousand three oh one. The NASDAQ is off twenty nine points at seventy to sixty three in sports the saints play the Cowboys in Dallas on Thursday night football. The news is brought to you by summit, psychological services. Helping you live a higher quality of life. It's ten zero three AAA traffic and AccuWeather next. Progressive.
Former Pennsylvania attorney general may soon begin jail sentence
"Saying former Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen canes bail should be revoked and she should go straight to jail. Joining us live be suburban bureau chief Jim our good afternoon. Michelle that motion has just been filed. Prosecutors argue now that the Pennsylvania supreme courts declined to hear Kathleen canes appeal. She's no longer eligible for bail. Cain was sentenced to ten to twenty three months in county prison in October two thousand sixteen here. Mike Emery county, but she's been free on bail, pending her appeal now, the balls in the court of her trial, judge Montgomery County common. Pleas court judge Wendy Detrick alloy as to whether the bales immediately revoked and came should report the prison or county jail. Or if a report date will be set. Cain had requested the Pennsylvania supreme court here. Her appeal in may after the state superior court upheld her twenty sixteen conviction on perjury and obstruction for leaking privileged. Grand jury information. And lying under oath to try to cover it up yesterday. The supreme court announced they would not take on that appeal. So again, this this motion just filed the Montgomery County DA's office asking that Kathleen canes bail immediately
"twenty three months" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Tell me the story what happened twenty three months ago. Well, first of all, I just thank God, I found you. Well, i'm. But this is my daughter, Laura here from Costa Rica, and my friends Julian in frontier, they will come in to support may. Wow. And I've been a single parent since my daughter is one one year old. And obviously her father's amazing. And he supported us, but financially it's been a big struggle. Mhm? So we took in foreign students to chine help me with my income, which was really fun, and it really helped me button. I spent many evenings just working at my income. And my aunt goings is all very stressful. There just wasn't enough money. What happened twenty three months ago twenty three months ago? I got into a lot of debt. And that was really my downfall was when my Bank gave me overdraft. Four thousand pounds. And at the time. I thought I'd won the lottery because I didn't have an emergency fund. I had a lot of the. The I'd move to. Nope. Sink credit card. And not you say I felt like I'd done something. I hadn't actually done anything. I just moved my debt from one place to another. And now was starting to struggle and. The Bank was challenging me interest and interest on the interest, some months I was being challenged about thirty five fifty pound a month just on interest. And I just I just need to get out of this. This just yeah, struggling panicking. How'd you get hold of us? Well, I'm sitting out in the garden. One night just on YouTube trying to find out how to get out of debt. And I come across yoga Zell video. Celery because we've got nothing not you in England. Posted way. So the gazelle video is just like, oh my God. This is this is it and actually are setting the goal novice crying. Because it was the first time that I actually fell. The I could get out of debt. Wow. So the next day. I got my wife, and I all my dad. Which was a bit of a shell put. And I started to get my -mergency fund together, I've fifty seven and I've never had an emergency fund and one of the things I wanted to do was to thank you for telling everybody that. Emergency will happen because in January this year. My mom was diagnosed with cancer. And my daughter wants to come over and see her and straight away. I could just pay for the flight. Yeah. And I would never been able to do that before. So you are paid off the last of the debt when I if you lie this year. How's it feel? Just amazing. I'll feel completely sorry. I'm getting emotional. Okay. Good. What's the key to getting out of debt? The key to getting out of debt is decelerating. All right. Just deciding that you're going to do and then following through regardless civil everyone says oh tries to make you feel. They so much pressure. You spend money. And you just gotta decide I'm not on on just getting rid of they stay and I'm not. Something happened in the garden when you're watching this silly video. Hillbilly guy run up. Now, the stage screaming that you can get out of debt. You believed that you could do it. And that was the first time that happened. And you never dropped that belief. Nobody was gonna stop you want you believed. And that was you know, you did that you believe that can't make you believe I can just show you how to do you? Did it you? You were ready. You were so ready. And once you believe there wasn't he holding you back your amazing. It's so fun to talk to you. Very fun. Very good. Very correct. Congratulations. I'm so proud of you. Thank you. Did you have some cheerleaders people telling you? Oh, that's an amazing cheerleaders. Have I do my friends? My daughter. Work traveling Melita, Lauren. When you talk about is, how your grandmother. Yeah. My mom just says, well, I what we've always done. It's common sense. Cash think. Oh, wait, which is the biggest compliment ever had. Called me. Thanks. So that's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were normal on stress. Normal wasn't fun for you. Way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you when you become a millionaire, and I think you're on your way. Yeah. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you day for. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marian has definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming to cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first in-person English debt free scream we've ever had. You're the first one so Marian from Brentwood England to Brentwood, Tennessee, eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Man. That's why I get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. I'll fun what a neat lady. That is we've had folks from Australia. Maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. Donald I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story.
Khabib Nurmagomedov defeats Conor McGregor by submission in UFC 229 main event
"You have see star Conor McGregor is return to the octagon didn't go as he wanted and the after fight. Well, it led to three arrests lightweight champion. Khabib Nurmagambetov force Conor McGregor to submit by way of a show called in the fourth round spoiling the Irish fighters returned to UFC after a twenty three month absence. But then things got crazy Nurmagambetov jumped out of the octagon after the fight and onto the floor. Exchanging punches were doing Danis mcgregor's Jiu jitsu coach, meanwhile identified man jumped into the cage and attacked a McGregor landing at least two punches. Both fighters had to be escorted from the arena by security.
"twenty three months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Start of that now is it going to be market moving i mean we're talking the may meeting but what investors and analysts are gonna be doing is trying to extrapolate do they go in june and does the summary of economic projections in the june meeting set that up okay i wanna make sure i really understand this and the words you're saying if the federal reserve hikes four times this year we will be looking at an inverted yield curve in short order by your end five here at if you do the math of the eighty basis points between the fed funds rate in the two year you put that on two and a half which is what the fed funds rate will be by year end they do for rate hikes for the year that gets you three thirty so does that mean that we head into recession next year typically going back over the last seven recessions it has been a forewarning of a forthcoming recession usually there's a window in mid two thousands it was twenty three months before the recession happened market peak before that but in the mid nineteen ninety s it was about six months so it's not a precise measurement but we would look at it as an opportunity to look to derail assets and think about risk management more so in the end of this year and into next year so panic now and avoid the rush no because our base case is the fed takes one off one off the table and that the fed is trying to communicate to the market that inflation going above their target is okay this is a relatively new phenomenon in terms of symmetry language that's been put into their communication so you know risk management is always a part of our process it's it's critical but as we look into the end of the year you know we we see if the fed does continue to raise rates to that fourth time.
"twenty three months" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Oliver stone speaking of satan and we as we as we got a report that from our friend larry o'connor who's down at the british embassy for the protests over the twenty three month old baby who the state is going to snuff out because they've had enough of that annoying little twenty three month old and they're going to kill it because they're the state don't you know who they are and lives are all with the state because how else do you kill one hundred million people in one hundred years you know you know how do you start that's how it's like now in every march of a thousand miles begins with the first step you're gonna kill one hundred million people you begin by killing the first person and and the left they major in that they're good but speaking of satan oliver stone he made some movies and a couple of them were pretty good movies but he's a lunatic and i think everyone knows that his brain melted down long ago oliver stone is in iran iran iraq iran i speak very very fluent spanish he is there for a film festival everybody's they're all the hip kids are in tehran for the big film festival and and and while in iran iran they call us the great satan right and as the audio i played of president trump earlier pointed out iran isn't messing with us anymore not since obama left they're not setting their little boats out to circle around and ray set our worships and stuff because you know president trump order the little bearded lunatics blasted out of the water and even they don't wanna die that much just to get seventy two raisins i mean what good is seventytwo raisins gonna do you in paradise you're done in like three minutes and what about the virgins and the virgins they're never you just get the the raisins you know there are sunkissed there from california they're american there from the head of the beast so in iran they call us the great satan and all of that stuff so oliver stone who's kind of a typical hollywood liberal flies private tells everybody else to reduce their carbon carbon footprints and has giant mentioned like sprawling estate with servants who are undoubtedly illegal and he doesn't pay taxes or social security firm typical liberal but he went to iran for what's supposed to and they're.
Alfie Evans, sick British toddler at center of legal battle, dies
"A terminally ill british toddler who's case drew the attention of pope francis has died despite a highly contentious legal battle in the intervention of the pope twenty three month old british toddler alfie evans died after his life support was turned off against the wishes of his parents they were backed by hundreds of thousands of facebook supporters known as alfi's army the child had a rare degenerative brain disease his parents wanted him to go to rome for treatment but his doctor said he would never recover and the courts agreed announcing alfi's death is father says mike gladiator laid down his shield and gained his wings larry miller cbs news london now to the box office where another marvel superhero movie is knocking it out of the park avengers and finicky war earned ninety five million in forty three countries the.
Detroit police call for end to paintball war, arrest six people
"City streets laura herbert from member station w d t reports unsolicited social media posts are encouraging the use of paintball guns as an alternative to gun violence in the city detroit police chief james craig says the idea is well intentioned but misguided police officers when confronted with someone with a replica weapon or in this case of paint god they may make the mistake thanking us a real firearm and phil threaten there may be a deadly response to that six people have already been arrested for shooting cars and other property with paintball guns craig says the department will be beefing up enforcement and arresting paintball offenders for npr news i'm laura herbert in detroit you're listening to npr news from washington health officials are still trying to pinpoint the cause of an e coli outbreak that sickened some one hundred people in twenty two states the bacteria was traced her romain lettuce from yuma arizona but the source of the contamination remains unknown one of guatemala's most powerful politicians is dead alvarado arzu former president of wada malla and mayor of guatemala city died yesterday afternoon maria martin has more from antigua alberta worse who was playing golf with friends when he suffered a heart attack the influential politician had served as president of what the mullahs from nineteen ninetysix until two thousand he negotiated and signed peace accords ending the country's long civil war are suicide on his third term mayor of what city recently he'd been a vocal opponent of the international anticorruption commission or see sieg which had accused him of elicit use of electric refunds on soussan is currently head of congress what of president jimmy more went on twitter to precept sue as a great statesman dedicated to public service out about oh are was seventy two years old for npr news i'm martin an empty well what the ma terminally ill british toddler at the center of a legal dispute over his treatment has died twenty three month old alfie evans had an incurable brain condition the hospital withdrew life support on monday after judges sided with doctors who said further treatment would.
Britain ‘considering rival’ to EU Galileo satellite project
"Committee says it found no evidence that the trump campaign colluded with russia in the two thousand sixteen presidential race which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing it's a witch hunt the president was eager to embrace the panel's conclusions it was totally conclusive strong powerful and he suggested examining the clinton campaign's role in russian meddling so maybe somebody ought to look at that democrats don't agree with the committee's finding arguing that not enough evidence was gathered greg clugston the white house the parents of a terminally ill british toddler who's case to attention for pope francis and others around the world say they are heartbroken their saunas died kate james and tom evans said on facebook that twenty three month old alfie evans who had an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment passed away this morning it ecoli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is sick and more people in more states the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce invest gators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington a slow day on wall street to end the week on friday with the dow down eleven the nasdaq was up one point more from townhall dot com you know you can get tremendous pain relief benefits with relieffactor without any of the negative side effects.
"twenty three months" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Seventy k b o our radio he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara coming up following the bottom of the hour some great words written about the case of alfie evans in in great britain the twenty three month old child who it's been hospitalized with the rare neuro degenerative disorder will get to that coming up here following the bottom of the hour looks like a at least a you can never tell from the arguments but i i've always thought that the travel ban case was a clear cut case as is the daca case of ever goes to the supreme court it seems at least by the questioning that you got from the judges it does seem like they understand the arguments also and understand that the president the majority understands that the president has the absolute authority to do what he is doing with the travel ban whether you agree with it or not whether you think it's positive or not that's not the question right president have the authority to do that and it looks it looks as if right now by just by the question sometimes you can't tell but it looks like the questioning i think most people agree showed that most the majority judges are favourable toward the executive branches argument your forecast is sponsored by omnitracs lingering showers in the northeast for the new england states primarily north of boston will be moving offshore in the west though things coming on shore for places like seattle portions of oregon and northern california with the likelihood of showers today that will extend into the i fifteen region into around boise and helena montana as you moved southward toward the desert southwest we do pick up a chance of rain today on the airasia new mexico border any amount of showers there this time of year is much welcomed high pressure.
"twenty three months" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Undeniably irrefutable red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome in good morning sometimes you have editorial writers that just put the words together in the right way and national review did there the annetta to'real on alfie evans twenty three month old child in great britain who has been hospitalized with a rare neuro degenerative disorder and against his parents wishes the hospital there in liverpool removed him from life support on monday evening saying that you know it's useless to hold on any hope whatsoever now you've got a pediatric hospital in italy in rome that's offered to treat him and arranged for his medical transport which is on standby the italian government has cooperated granted him citizenship clearing all legal and administrative hurdles in advance the plane is waiting great britain says now and they write here national review doctors and liverpool forbid the child to be removed from their watch however and the british courts have backed them up holding out the possibility that at some point the parents will be permitted to take him home to die but batting down the idea that he will ever be allowed to leave the country the courts have offered no compelling or even plausible reason for blocking his transfer to the italian hospital we support the parents tom evans and kate james in their resolve to keep the case before the public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place him in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not defend their position which abe repeated in several decisions handed down since december british judges have merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be a short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which has parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation wasn't salt and l fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were a barbarity the doctors in.
British-Iranian professor held by Iran's Revolutionary Guard
"The strength of feeling among mp's about continued membership of a customs union and it could increase pressure on the prime minister over a key plank of her brexit policy labor has claimed there's no economic case for ruling out a customs union with the eu while several conservatives who backed remain have signalled their readiness to take a stand against the government on this issue today ministers will get an indication of how many but there's been no shift from the government which is again said staying in the customs union would leave the uk shackled to brussels unable to strike new trade deals around the world the foreign office says it's looking urgently into reports that a man with jill britishiranian nationality has been detained in iran his autocratic correspondent james landale said latte is a professor of computer science and mathematics imperial college in london according to the us based center for human rights in iran he's a british iranian national campaigns against foreign intervention in iran it said he was detained by the iranian revolution regard on april the fifteenth in tehran his home though was reportedly raided and his belongings were confiscated is not known what charges if any mr ed latte faces for the human rights group said he had protested his innocence the foreign office said it was urgently seeking information from the iranian authorities in recent years iran has detained several british iranian nationals including nesn zaghari rented this latest arrest comes amid growing tensions between iran and the west after donald trump threatened to pull out of the deal curbing iran's new nuclear capability the chairman and chief executive of the hospital trust which is treating alfie evans say staff there have been the target of unprecedented abuse alfie who's twenty three months old has a degenerative brain condition and was taken off a ventilator on monday his parents have been fighting a legal battle to be allowed to take him abroad for further treatment the latest challenge was dismissed by the court of.
"twenty three months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"At twenty three month old baby in england just write them off there's no no hope is in a quasi vegetative state i don't even know what a quasi or semi vegetative state is what does that mean that the baby only response to to sense to sensory contact or speaking or what have you sometimes and what does that even mean i don't even know what that means i guess we're all just done we parents shelley dallas texas the great wba go hey yes thanks for having me i think the way we handle this is boycott britain living on our money honestly no fence what the hell do we buy from britain i don't think i buy anything from britain no i money mar the what i'm not going there either no all right but shelly do you really think we can organize a taurus ban britain andy really think that's what we should be doing when in fact the vast majority of people in britain have nothing to do with this i think we could think we say go you set up the organization you tell us what to do get a hold of my producer we'll see if we wanna follow you okay okay thank you she won't people like to get stuff off their chest i understand it john sacramento california retired sheriff there how are you sir mark god bless ya thank you i'm christiane all you do for us just brought back a lot of memories i fac in the mid late seventies i was at junior high and then high school i lived in east sacramento and the fact that this east area rapist had we had no idea i you know until today about the golden state killer correlation but the the effect he had on this community was absolutely unbelievable if if we didn't have a neighbor that was raped by the east area rapist we knew somebody at our school or church that had that and if brings back a lot of memories i went on the military open police department and retired out of sex sheriff's department and it if we were in shock and just almost disbelief that they finally finally caught this guy after all those years it's a good thing isn't it sometimes they never find these these mass killers.
British court rules against parents seeking treatment for terminally ill son
"Rallied they have supporters outside the hospital being very vocal calling themselves out these army and they're getting a lot of support but legally today was a big knock the court of appeal ruling again that they cannot take their infant son out of the hospital are they talking about what kind of treatment they would be offered in rome that they're not getting in the uk now we haven't had any great detail or information on that they just believe that they feel he will get better looked after in italy they feel that there's one last him prohibited would be treatment that the roman hospital would give him both the doctors categorically in the uk have said that he is never going to get better he is in this semi vegetative state at the moment in the hospital hooked up to a machine it's heartbreaking is dot is very proactive on social media thomas made some videos and he's put them out there the parents just want what's best for their child and they're fighting hard for him they really really are but today was almost the final knockback legally they do have a twenty four hour window to go back and ask the court of appeal to reconsider but they've been to the high court the supreme court the court of appeal twice and the european court for human rights so they've exhausted virtually every legal avenue they want their baby out of the hospital is twenty three months old they feel that he got a better chance in italy but the doctors in the uk are adamant that quite simply it is heartbreaking but nothing more can be done for alfie evans so if he's on life support at what point does the hospital just explained to me for the uk purposes can will they pull the plug or will the parent will he be indefinitely on this life support of the parents at some point have to make that decision.
"twenty three months" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Scream otter ninety thousand paid out at twenty three months megawatt idea to twenty okay three two one ooh you guys that's how it's done that is how it's done open phones those hours we talk about your life in your money stella is in canada stella how are you proud kd uh i live show all the time i have to admit i have not by your book because we have the opposite situation we have never been in debt regis are responsible spenders but we also have a daughter who's the seat so at the age of twenty three she's got one hundred thousand dollars in the bank but we don't know how to wisely counselled her we're very safe we just do our or is peas taxfree saving account but i don't know a responsible resources to use so that she could you know start using out money to invest in new 24 her well i think the thing you want to do it the thing i would want her to learn our is two major rules rule number one is do not invest in anything unless you understand it this was me or you talking to her right not because stylish had to do it or not because i said to do it you don't put money on something because someone else said to you you do it because you understand it that's the kiss rule but keep it simple stupid rule right and i do that i myself i don't put money in something of vital if i can't figure it out and there are some things that are more complicated than all dave can get that i don't put money in it and if you're 25 you take your time and you learn step by step about something and now the second one is tied to that and that is never work with financial people that have the heart of a salesman or right financial people that have the heart of a teacher because their job for this twenty five year old or for you or for me is to teach us about an investment and let us understand it otherwise we can't invest in it because of rule number one and so i want her to.
"twenty three months" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Your counted down let's hear a debtfree scream otter naughty thousand paid out at twenty three months megawatt idea to twenty three two one why blair to go you guys that's how it's done that is how it's done open phones this hours we talk about your life in your money stella is in canada highest della how are you kd i really think you're sure all the time i have to admit i am not bought your books because we have the opposite situation we've never been in debt we just are responsible spenders but we also have a daughter who's the seat so at the age of twenty three she's got one hundred thousand dollars in the bank we don't know how to wisely counselled her we're very safe we just do our or as peas taxfree saving accounts but i don't know a responsible resources to use so that she kid you know start using that money to invest in new 24 her well you wanna do it the thing i would want her to learn our is two major rules rule number one is do not invest in anything unless you you understand that this with me or you talking to her not because stylish had to do it or not because i said to do it you don't put money on something because someone else said to you you do it because you understand it that's the kiss rule the keep it simple stupid rule right and i do that myself i don't put money in something if i don't if i can't figure it out and there are some things that are more complicated than old dave can get that i don't put money in it and if you're 25 you take your time and you learn step by step about something and now the second one is tied to that and that is never work with financial people that have the heart of a salesman were right financial people that have the heart of a teacher because their job for this twenty five year old or for you or for me is to teach us about an investment and let us understand it otherwise we can't invest in it because of rule number one and so i wanted to.
"twenty three months" Discussed on KOIL
"Kind of normal normal sucks and then something happen twenty three months ago what was that we got married oh larry go just lie like that that a little do it now it's time to clean up the mess exactly more goofing off now there were married okay nunn it who brought the most dead into the marriage 5050 actually really down the middle so where did this discussion come up in the dating slashing gauge mca process when did you sit down and go go uh we're gonna have to work on this well well you can go so about two months before we got married i had listened to the program on focus on the family in there was a lady and i don't remember her name like back as she kind of started this for us that she was teaching on similar principles to like you teach on so when i was listening to that at work i decided to cut off all my credit cards based on what she was talking about and saw after work i was hanging out with them i can i told him what i did and he's like are you kidding me you know what that's kind of duty your debt scorn everything all right i mean your credit score you had right the first hour score we're doing it and then a couple of weeks later yeah i came across you know we were going through a wedding budget and andrei was crying because we knew that we can at the wedding that we really wanted because we're finances were app and then then looking at all the debt that we had bring that discussion up then just couple weeks later came across a financial peace university cat at my credit union and then we decided he let's let's tackle this so on a ride home from our honeymoon we went to santa really small one because we wanted to tackle the debt and wants to cross wisconsin border back in i put in the first city while and that's how she looked okay so you you took the class at home then yeah we listen to the.
"twenty three months" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta
"The two thousand one allegation of sandusky molesting young boys this conviction comes a week after former athletic director tim curley oh was assigned to serve seven to twenty three months in jail with two years of probation and it'll be three months with house arrest in a fine and then gary shultz who was the former senior vicepresident for finance and business six to twenty three months allott served two and then also do the house arrest what do you think kate of this story is seems very odd for a story like this to actually result in jail time exactly and regard this honestly regard this although the length of jail time is important at this point given our history when it comes to college scandals the simple fact that there is any for numerous participating members of this scandal is groundbreaking when it comes to college issues because there seems to have always been this concept of the it's a silo separates space with its ryan laws in wounds and they're not applicable to the laws of the land in at least in this case you're seeing some jail time which is sending the message hopefully to other athletic administrators and other college officials that a you are not only having to subscribe to your own law with in your code of conduct within your university but the actual laws of the land which is ridiculous that we've enough to say that right it it should not be that surprising that a crime of this nature would result in in jail time but like you said we become so used to things being judged in a completely different space as if they're not a real laws being broken that it feels like a win no matter how short uh that they're actually having to serve some time sticking in these sort of ugly and serious side of sports.