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"two thirteen year" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

13:34 min | 8 months ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Michael silver bullet and this is book form I am very happy to be able to talk to Victoria Chang about her book for young people well what is the age group of this book Victoria you know I think it's around maybe eight years old two thirteen years old so it's middle grade but they called it a great yes the book is called love love and of course I was excited because it's a novel written entirely in political lines and at the same time again the fear of poetry that might enter is completely abolished by the clarity and directness with which it's written no you had written a picture book before this that was the times notable book of the year Victoria this is new for you yes yes yes yeah the I have two children and there's thirteen eleven now and as they've grown I've had to sort of read books or learn more about what books are available to children and because I right adult poetry and I'm a writer the kitchen I'll have these ideas where I want to try that too in and so these books the children's books are a result of of that long long excellent is me particularly as I read to learn that its title has as much to do with the opening score of tennis as it does to do with the Gulf between two sisters they have been drawn apart by an experience one sister at first seems to be getting more attention than the other at school the other one is Shani overweight but then the first the preferred sister her hair starts falling out is the way it's presented one can find her hair between the pages of her books in particular it's the exciting sections of the Nancy Drew books the both the sisters love to read and that the younger sister Frances he has to steal from her older sister and read at night with flashlights because her older sister is not a sharer is not generous in that way in fact that is the subject of this book what will get these children to share how will they share their inner worlds with one another now you're a poet and people are used to pull its being what would you say profound enigmatic difficult and you've written a whole book entirely in poetry and for children for children to understand directly what was that like it was incredibly fun because so much of how it changes about really sometimes difficult metaphor which is really a leap running a metaphor is is a big jump even similes are a jump and so I think that writing children's was just another challenge to reading to children or for children and really thinking about the things that they can understand and then trying to figure out how to write them and challenge them in imagistic poetic literary Wayne's emotional Wayne's philosophical ways but yet still make it easy enough and legible enough so that they can have a really good experience and not be too stock and so finding that balance was really hard but I I really thought it was a fun experience for me because I'd never written a verse novel before and written for children in this age group and so the challenge was what appealed to me well the book is dedicated to my human children penny in Winnie and to my Wiener dog children mustard and ketchup and you can tell in this dedication to all the bullied kids in the world I see you took all the kids who suffer I see you and the important thing is to be seen it's a rarity it's a very rich experience how did your children respond to the book they haven't read it I you know no they don't they don't really I don't know I think that they just I hear them talk so sometimes they talk to their friends and once in awhile like just last night I heard them one of them say oh yeah she's a she's an author she what she's a poet she writes books so I think they talk about me but I'm not sure they know exactly what it is that that I do so I'll give you know my children copies of my books and signed them even and they I know they don't return and I'll ask them why sometimes in the sales it's they they don't have a good explanation but that's it I think it'll be too sad are they trying to say something that would make me feel better when in reality I just want to keep her interested I I imagine that maybe reading them when I when I'm dead to be more of it like a pro it can be dental dental would be more interested in kind of everything about my mind and how it works and how it I saw the world in the same way that I miss I at night I'm curious about how my mother thought about things you know who who passed you know in twenty fifteen so I I do think that that my hope is I'll leave things for them and they can read them or not you know when they're ready I discovered your workgroup recently but it seems as if you've learned many wives and in particular you seem to have been involved in hedge funds and stocks in the business world isn't so yeah I do have a an MBA from Stanford and so I did get a business degree and I have worked at an investment bank and asset management consulting firm I worked at lots of different places and yeah I mean I I was just sort of doing what other people were doing if that makes sense I followed a group of people that I had met at Harvard where I was for graduate school and they just told me you should do this or do that so you know I was I think more impressionable when I was younger in it just because you're good at something doesn't mean you should do it so I think it's just sort of finding your own voice is a process it in my life that I'm still finding you're trying to find and and now I'm more comfortable sort of figuring out what it is exactly do you like to do verses what can you do what are you capable of and so I think that time of my life was more about just not knowing what I was really interested in it or not really understanding that you could be a writer because my parents weren't born here so it's not like they knew there is such a thing you know and so I didn't really know there's such a thing so took me while to to figure out that you could be a writer in some ways and used any moderators also have other jobs and things but they're still a possibility that one could lead a very rich creative inner worlds your writing and pushing it out word through books and things like that that I just really didn't know existed you know we didn't have a lot of books in our house they were books there were like encyclopedia's or Chinese books you know and our library to started to cumulate as children based on the books that we read not the books my parents read because you know they spoke Chinese at home so those are all sorts of things that I had to figure out more sneak more grass we've been someone who might have had you know parents that were born in this country was it in part an attempt to move up to parental expectations I know the in Asian families Willink Jewish families like mine there are a lot of expectations of what the children should be good we are facing the others well absolutely I mean it was always about who was going to this college that college and it's you know because they didn't come here with anything in their pockets and they had to put a lot of their dreams into their children and at the time it felt a little bit oppressive I was lucky I had an older sister who's brilliant I still have an older sister she's only fourteen months older than me but she's so brilliant and so compliant and so she did whatever my parents wanted her to and so I as the second child a close second child was very rambunctious and you know just kind of a skew I would say my brain just doesn't work like my sister's brain I just kind of did whatever I wanted to and I rebelled I resisted was very creative you know making money and earning one's own living was very important to my mother who's very feminist actually you know my grandmother apparently was an educator and that's also very unusual and my mother was highly educated in credibly intelligent and brilliant and artistic and all these things but she never got to realize her dreams because she didn't speak the language here and she used to say that she felt like she could have been something if she had stayed in her own country two countries actually she was born in China and then she moved to Taiwan after the war and so I think there is a lot for my mom left on the table and so I felt that pressure as immigrant children can to live up to those expectations but at some point I just sort of you know I think making money was sort of what I understood that to be but I always always pursuing my own writing because I could not not pursue my own writing it was just too it's just who I am and so I think should be really proud of me though she were still alive because I think she would've chain change her ways a little bit too I think she had started to I had the chance to show her some of my books you know and she was so happy to see that I was doing something artistic which I think she always really like to do as well my parents were always afraid that there wouldn't be a living for someone like me and I think however many children there are in the family the creative child is the one who suffers from parental fear that you have chosen the impossible career I'm talking to Victoria Chang and this occasion we spoke last week about her book of prose poetry but this week we're talking about her children's novel written entirely in verse published by sterling but not only is she a poet or writer of children's books but she has also come to be the head of the Antioch program in Los Angeles the low residency program what is the legal residency program and happy to explain that to you all it means is that most of the work that students do in there I methane which is a masters in fine arts two year program is off site it's remote so it's low residency meaning you only have to come twice a year for ten days each so in June and in December we have these really high octane high energy ten day residencies where we have faculty speakers gas seminars workshops all jam packed in ten days and then we match our students with mentors are faculty members and they go off for the next six months and work with them online and exchanging creative work in doing their assignments and things like that so that the little part of that is is you know if you think.

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Australia court dismisses child sex charges for Vatican ex-treasurer

KNX Evening News

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Australia court dismisses child sex charges for Vatican ex-treasurer

"A court in Australia has dismissed convictions against cardinal George Pell the most senior Catholic found guilty of child sex abuse tell her appeal that a panel of seven judges decided it is favor pope Francis former finance minister was convicted in twenty eighteen of sexually abusing two thirteen year old choir boys in the back room of St Patrick's cathedral in Melbourne wait while he was the city's arch bishop the father of one of the two choirboys says he's in utter disbelief that the convictions have been

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Los Angeles: Boys accused of starting deadly fire can’t be tried as adults, California DA says. The town is outraged.

Mark and Melynda

05:12 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles: Boys accused of starting deadly fire can’t be tried as adults, California DA says. The town is outraged.

"What does society do with two thirteen year old boys who set fire to a public library and two firefighters died in the blaze this is a real story in California in people our live that they are outraged over this well yes out one the boys intentionally set the fire that ended up costing two firefighters there lies to the way that California law is these kids these thirteen year olds to me are not going to receive the justice that these firefighters deserve in the means that they will not be tried in adult court they will be tried in juvenile court but even then the longest that they'll be in detention is to the age of twenty five yes other so much outrage in fact the district attorney decided to make a video yesterday and release it to try to explain to the public why this case is being handled the way it is and and to lower their expectations for punishment of these two thirteen year olds here's the first sound bite from the two layer district attorney Tim ward explaining what's going on with these two thirteen year olds and any juvenile case and the state even if the most serious charges of murder are filed and found to be true thirteen year olds cannot be held in custody once they reach the age of twenty five no that is simply the law of California yeah no matter what happens they're out of twenty all you've got these individuals are sent in for one and now you've got I'm sure they're probably not charging him with murder probably manslaughter something like that but two lives that are lost because of this and if they're going to spend at most what is that ten years twelve years behind bars and then they'll be back on the street here's another cell by from the district attorney where he's talking about the limitations under the law in California when you're dealing with two thirteen year old suspects juveniles must be at least sixteen years of age to be eligible to be tried as adults for certain types of crimes the recent changes did not alter the fact that this office cannot legally prosecute thirteen year olds and adult court under any circumstances so they're being held right now the police charge them with arson manslaughter and conspiracy charges the DA has not yet filed charges but what ever he files they will not face trial in an adult court yeah I get the reasoning a little bit behind while you why you wouldn't charge them in adult court not these individuals why you wouldn't charge a thirteen year old or someone under the age of sixteen if it is at the small crime here you're talking about arson you're talking about the murder of the two individuals who risked their life day in and day out for the the the the safety of that community and that just doesn't seem right I know that they're trying to say at thirteen it you make dumb mistakes and national haunt you for the rest of your life but you took the lives of two individuals that are going to get that back the families that have to grow up without those men in their lives they don't get that back they don't get that second opportunity to me I get their hands are tied with the law here we do something for the parents they the parents then we'll have to should have to step in and I I don't know what that would be putting them behind bars isn't gonna do anything I don't think that they can half pay a fine big enough to cover the law right to individuals yeah one is was thirty five captain Ramon raised Figueroa the other was firefighter Patrick Jones only twenty five years old both died trying to put out the fire at the library here the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety what is the proper way to handle people of this age thirteen year olds involved in such a very very a gregis effort two people died fighting this blaze five one two eight three six zero five ninety our society just doesn't contemplate handling people who were this young to do something that ends up killing people we we just haven't thought about that right and I and I get to the thirteen year olds probably weren't thinking if we set this fire we may end up killing it some people we maybe into injuring or killing the individuals that come to have to put this out I get that they probably did not think that far out but that is what happened that is a result of their direct actions they're intentional actions to set a fire yeah and they were seen running from the blaze several witnesses saw these two thirteen year olds that tell they were caught so quickly and arrested and charged by

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2 teens arrested for Los Angeles library blaze that killed firefighter

KNX Evening News

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

2 teens arrested for Los Angeles library blaze that killed firefighter

"In LA county fire crews been sent to search the rubble of a deadly library fire in the Central Valley town of Porterville a specially trained search dog to be looking for human remains one firefighter was killed in a fire at a second has been reported missing although other agencies say they fear he is dead as well Waterville police chief Eric colonel says two teens were seen running from the fire which started yesterday afternoon we want to know if these two young men had any pertinent information your date seen something in or could help us in any way our best investigation leads to the identification of two thirteen year old portable residents who have been determined to have started this fire the boys were eventually taken into custody and they're facing arson manslaughter and conspiracy

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Los Angeles: LA County Fire Assisting In Search Efforts For Firefighter Missing After Deadly Porterville Blaze

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Los Angeles: LA County Fire Assisting In Search Efforts For Firefighter Missing After Deadly Porterville Blaze

"The Los Angeles county fire department said the battalion chief and one of its three human remains a search dogs and its handler today to Porter they'll that's to assist in the aftermath of a deliberately set fire in the central California town's library that left one firefighter dead and another unaccounted for two thirteen year old boys suspected of intentionally setting the fire were arrested this morning of booked into the to their county juvenile detention facility on suspicion of arson manslaughter and

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The vice president's office described the call as unusual and inappropriate lieutenant colonel Alexander vin van a National Security Council official said he did not think it was proper and the president's top Russia adviser Tim Morrison said he had concerns to but didn't think anything illegal was discussed and nine witness that's been added to this week's lineup diplomat David Holmes testified behind closed doors he over heard the cell phone call between the president and Gordon Sunland discussing an investigation of the bidens CBS is major Garrett is a fact witness who heard something and will provide testimony that backs up some of the earlier testimony specifically from William Taylor on this call and its potential relevance to the present state of mind and intent CBS news update I'm Deborah right as WTMJ newsstand seven thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Wisconsin senator Ron Johnson further inserting himself into the impeachment proceedings senator Johnson doing so by writing a letter to his colleagues in the house detailing his dealings with Ukraine dating back to may of this year in the letter Johnson wrote that he first learned the military aid was the laid back on August twenty eighth the twenty ninth he also mentions that he met with Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky in the days following and insolence he never mentioned to him that he felt pressured by press from to investigate Joe Biden Johnson currently serves as the chairman of the Senate committee on homeland security and it's become a central figure in the impeachment Cory Johnson has yet to testify himself Mike Spaulding WTMJ news U. S. and South Korea have broken off talks over how much soul should be paying for hosting US troops CBS news Kenny McCormick president trump has complained about the cost of keeping American troops in South Korea and these talks or hope to increase souls contribution but they broke down in a rare public side of discord between the two allies defense secretary mark esper says South Korea is a wealthy country that can and should pay more the rescue thirty see human remains found in a stock trailer could be those of to Wisconsin brothers who prosecutors say were fatally shot by a Missouri farmer Lincoln County sheriff deputy rolling Kramer saying Monday that a rancher near her she found the remains mixed with dirt in a plastic tub inside the tree with the reach that we purchased in Missouri Carly Nelson faces two counts of first degree murder accused of fatally shooting brothers Nick and Justin D. more one fatal shooting and two thirteen year old hurts in Milwaukee it all happened Monday afternoon the fatal shooting happened around for twenty five new thirty seventh and center inside Essanay liquor store a fifty eight year old Milwaukee man was shot and died at the scene a few moments later near fifty third and final lack of road rage incident took place and escalated to the point where a thirteen year old boy was shot suffering a non life threatening injury another thirteen year old was injured when struck by a vehicle near twenty four the north but is expected to survive police are looking for suspects in Monday's shootings resting over WTMJ news coming up this.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Adam is jury found the pipes the former finance minister guilty of molesting two thirteen year old boys and that was back in the nineties Chile's president the Boston Pinera has called for a national agreement on peace and then you constitution this comes as security forces struggle to control riots across central Santiago is calling on political forces and social organizations to unite around peace and social justice and New Delhi is checking once again the equity reading rose above four hundred on she said about eight times the internationally accepted safe level winds blowing from the north west both smoke from burning rice fields in nearby states piling pressure on the government to not find a solution people needs twenty four hours a day on there and it took took on Twitter followed by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol them one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg Caroline thank you so much land for that well these updates and now president Donald Trump has renewed his soul from the fed saying the policy makers are hurting the US economy he was speaking at the economic club of New York he said that the US is us a competitive disadvantage because the fed has failed to follow all the central banks into negative right have a tree of some sort of muted clapping applause when he said that according to our next guest the central bank easing has already gained traction students begin Nick will who's put Freddie manager for fixed income at Merion global investors say the fed has done enough of course J. Powell's speech later today.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"More often can extend seventy newsradio the low pressure system sitting over the northeast portion of Baja California is bringing in some way sure what we call wrap around moisture so there's a slight chance that we could actually see some isolated thunderstorms and showers over the mountains and also over our does our communities this afternoon lingering with us through tomorrow because this low is not moving at all it's basically stalled at the moment but it should be lifting out by the end of the week during this time there's a very small chance that some of that moisture could sneak in and bring us some showers and isolated thunderstorms closer to the coast so that's something that we're watching for right now most of it should stay in the higher elevations otherwise it's going to be another warm one in land a little cooler along the coast but just not quite as hot as yesterday eighty eight for L. in Orange County metro nineties for the valleys today eighty five for the co seventy three for the mountains ninety seven for the desert and ninety three for the Inland Empire was southern California's most accurate dependable forecast from CVS to what we've urologist Amberley for can extend seventy newsradio eighty three in downtown LA eighty one degrees in Fullerton now ninety one in riverside it's two eighteen a thirteen year old boy who was critically hurt during a fight at landmark middle school in Marino valley last week has died the fight broke out on the campus on September sixteenth a portion of it was captured on cellphone video which showed one boy punching another in the face causing him to slam his head on a pillar witnesses say he began foaming at the mouth the boy was taken to riverside university Medical Center two thirteen year old students were arrested hours after the fight sheriff's officials say the suspects remain in custody a youth cheerleading coach in south LA's pleaded not guilty to committing lewd acts on five of the young girls who'd been training immense accused of preying on girls while coaching cheerleading at Athens park prosecutors say his old victim was twelve the youngest was nine they also say the charges of the former coach is facing a potentially results in a life prison sentence if he's convicted if you travel through LAX the first part of last weekend you may have been exposed to measles the LA county health department says someone who went through terminal five between. eleven PM Friday and one thirty in the morning Saturday was later diagnosed with measles that same person also took a parking spot sentry airport shuttle bus from terminal five to the parking lots at fifty seven oh one west century Boulevard between eleven twenty PM Friday and one fifty AM Saturday anyone who may have been exposed at those locations could be at risk of developing measles for a period of twenty one days especially of the if they are not immunized the report says more parents are being caught up in the college admissions bribery scandal parents who hired the mastermind of the scam Rick singer been feeling the heat from prosecutors TMZ sites law enforcement sources as saying the parents have been getting grand jury subpoenas that could lead to an indictment the outlets as lawyers for the parents of in reaching out to the U. S. attorney to try to negotiate guilty pleas even before.

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Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, George Pell And Australia discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, George Pell And Australia discussed on NPR News Now

"Appeal court's ruling to uphold the conviction of the most senior catholic prelate to have been found guilty of sex abuse against minors but as n._p._r.'s sylvia pohjola tells us the holy sea says cardinal george pell has the right to another appeal the holy see said it respects australia's judicial system and confirmed its compassion for the victims of sexual abuse it also noted that pell has always maintained his innocence and that its own investigation asian will await the outcome of any final appeal in australia in december unanimous jury found the pope's former finance minister guilty of molesting two thirteen year old choirboys always more than two decades ago. He was sentenced to six years in prison. The pels sex abuse cases one of several that have plagued the papacy of pope francis. He has had to deal deal with a massive cover up in chile the conviction of a french cardinal for failing to report an abuser and the defrocking of former u._s. Cardinal theodore mccarrick for molesting children an and adults super bowl jolie n._p._r.

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Australian court rejects Cardinal Pell's appeal of sex abuse conviction

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Australian court rejects Cardinal Pell's appeal of sex abuse conviction

"The most senior Roman Catholic Church official to be convicted of sexual abuse will remain behind bars an Australian appeals court upheld his conviction survivors of abuse and advocates for victims cheered outside an Australian appeals court after the ruling was announced the three judge panel rejected cardinal George pal's appeal of his conviction for molesting two thirteen year old choir boys in Melbourne's St Patrick cathedral over twenty years ago hell who once served as the pope's finance minister was sentenced to six years in prison after that conviction he's no longer a member of the pope's council of cardinals the Vatican is conducting its own investigation into

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Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

"An Australian court has ruled that former Vatican treasure cardinal George Pell will remain in prison for at least another three years after losing an appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two thirteen year old choir boys tell the highest ranking Catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses was jailed for six years in March after being found guilty on five charges of abusing the two boys while he was archbishop of Melbourne in the late nineteen

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George Pell, Australia And Melbourne discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

George Pell, Australia And Melbourne discussed on WBBM Morning News

"The Vatican says it will let cardinal George Pell exhaust all of his appeals of his sexual abuse convictions in Australia before taking up his case in its own canon law investigation and Australian appeals court has upheld held conviction on charges of molesting two thirteen year old choir boys in Melbourne more than two decades

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Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

"An Australian court has ruled that former Vatican treasure cardinal George Pell will remain in prison for at least another three years after losing an appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two thirteen year old choir boys tell the highest ranking Catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses was jailed for six years in March after being found guilty on five charges of abusing the two boys while he was archbishop of Melbourne in the late nineteen

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Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

"Lawyers for cardinal George Pell are considering taking his case to Australia's High Court after an appeals court upheld his sex abuse convictions yesterday the High Court is Australia's final arbiter pope Francis is former finance minister was found guilty in December of molesting two thirteen year old choir boys in the Melbourne cathedral more than two decades ago he was sentenced to six years in

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"How were these kids hello yeah the teacher wanted to anaphylactic shock in less than fifteen minutes yeah big time awful thing and it it's I see this is one of those questions yes like okay parenting and you can ask that nowadays parenting thing let's talk about that how did you get here great parents will every once in a great while they'll have a kid that goes wrong or is back right that that that happens it does you know my mom's great parents to my sister she she went on our own path tried everything my mother give every advantage life tried everything every therapy every single thing she possibly could it didn't work stride didn't work but you hear about this all the time I mean from pranks two on each other to do things like this you'll knowingly know that somebody is that deathly allergic and you throwing it you're attacking that it's a banana you're still attacking them for the two thirteen year old boys this is this is a foster home one boy he lived at this address at the time of the incident last November we do not know why I came into contact with the other boys brother who in turn called their mother yeah so they call the mom of one of the kids this is the perfect example of to me just crappy parenting right listen to this I know that all three had already gone for juvenile court her son was sentenced to probation do you feel that teacher should be fearful in going to work the mother's.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How were these kids yeah the teacher when it's in a collective shock in less than fifteen minutes yeah big time awful thing and it it's I see this is one of those questions Yasser like okay parenting and you can ask that nowadays parenting thing let's talk about that how did you get here great parents will every once in a great while they'll have a kid that goes wrong or is back right that that that happens it does you know my mom is a great parent to my sister she she went on our own path she tried everything my mother gave her every advantage life tried everything every therapy every single thing she possibly could it didn't work stride didn't work but you hear about this all the time I mean from pranks two on each other to do things like this you'll knowingly know that somebody is that deathly allergic and you throwing it you're attacking them it's a banana you're still attacking them for the two thirteen year old boys this is a far this is a foster home one boy lived at this address at the time of the incident last November we do not know why I came into contact with the other boys brother who in turn called their mother yeah so they call the mom of one of the kids this is the perfect example of to me this crappy parenting right listen to this I know that all three had already gone for juvenile court her son was sentenced to probation do you feel that.

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Australia, Pell And John Stolnis discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Australia, Pell And John Stolnis discussed on Mark Levin

"The most senior Catholic cleric ever charged with child sex abuse has been convicted in Australia. Correspondent John Stolnis reports on the guilty verdict. That has just been revealed cardinal, George. Pell was convicted in Australia of molesting two thirteen year old choirboys moments after a celebration of mass back in one thousand nine hundred eighty six jury delivered a unanimous verdict against him back on December eleventh after deliberating

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And prosecutors that are now trying to build a case against this man, and they have an uphill battle against them. Because at this time what Wyoming is going to see a murder trial would no bodies. And I believe that. This is the second only the second time that they have faced such a trial. The other thing that they're going to face captain is what would be considered a lack of evidence in this case because we have a judge presiding and he's going to determine what is evidence that can be introduced at trial, and what is going to be thrown out. Well, at the crux of this whole thing at the start of this investigation is the casper police, the contacted Oklahoma City police. Lease and said, hey, look, we just solve this case. We have the guy, and this is a whole similar scenario to what we believe happened in Oklahoma City. Right. And of course, okay? See police they went along with it. Because it is it's it's a very similar story. However, and I think rightfully so in this situation. The judge says that's not evidence. You can't just because this guy admitted to doing this thing. Elsewhere in another state that seems similar to all of us. That's not evidence that he in fact, did this other crime, no discount points you in that direction. Yeah. And I guess even though they could put him there with eye witnesses and the rental vehicle and all of that. Right. Right. So let's go over this. So we got the rental car the eye witnesses. We got his statements saying that he was there. Yeah. Well, we have hairs that were found the we're hairs that were found there not identified to being that of one of the main. Girls, but their dentist as being consistent with one of the girls at his home. And in the rental vehicle it self we have the blood. We have we know that there was blood at some point in that rental vehicle, and it looks to of come from two different sources right again. The the experts would say we can't prove that that wasn't animal blood. We can't prove that it was human blood. But there was blood in that vehicle at some point somebody took the time to paint over it. So a couple things here that you really have to wonder about because you have this judge who's who's trying to decide what is circumstantial evidence of what is what is hard core evidence. And you could really make an argument, I think for both sides when you look at it from the prosecution side, and from the investigator side, it it seems like you have this mountain of evidence against this guy. But this mountain is going to start to crumble, okay? Because you have you have the experts that are saying, we we don't have this animal, blood or human blood. Right. Well, how much can you do with that at trial bright? And then we don't have the bodies. We don't have the bodies and back then they wouldn't have the capability to determine if in fact, it was the hair that belonged to one of the missing girls. Also, remember, we have the daughter long's daughter who is willing to testify against him in court. Well that gets thrown out by the judge. And this is because you know, the judge is going to say look these are separate crimes that she is accusing her father of if in fact, you want to charge him with those crimes you can. But then again, you have to have evidence. This is now her word against his word. So the daughter's testimony is not allowed at court and much of what looks to be good evidence is thrown out. All you're really left with is knowing that he rented a vehicle, and he was in the area at the time of the disappearance of these two thirteen year old girls..

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And prosecutors that are now trying to build a case against this man, and they have an uphill battle against them. Because at this time what Wyoming is going to see a murder trial would no bodies. And I believe that. This is the second only the second time that they have faced such a trial. The other thing that they're going to face captain is what would be considered a lack of evidence in this case because we have a judge presiding and he's going to determine what is evidence that can be introduced at trial, and what is going to be thrown out. Well, at the crux of this whole thing at the start of this investigation is the casper police, the contacted Oklahoma City police. Lease and said, hey, look, we just saw this case we have the guy, and this is a whole similar scenario to what we believe happened in Oklahoma City. Right. And of course, okay? See police they went along with it. Because it is it's it's a very similar story. However, and I think rightfully so in this situation. The judge says that's not evidence. You can't just because this guy admitted to doing this thing. Elsewhere in another state that seemed similar to all of us. That's not evidence that he in fact, did this other crime no discount points in that direction. Yeah. And I guess even though they could put him there with eye witnesses and the rental vehicle and all of that. Right. Right. So let's go over this. So we got the rental car. You're the eye witnesses. We got his statements saying that he was there. Yeah. Well, we have hairs that were found the were hairs that were found there not identified to being that of one of the main. Girls, but their dentist as being consistent with one of the girls at his home. And in the rental vehicle it self we have the blood. We have we know that there was blood at some point in that rental vehicle, and it looks to of come from two different sources right again. The the experts would say we can't prove that that wasn't animal blood. We can't prove that it was human blood. But there was blood in that vehicle at some point somebody took the time to paint over it. So a couple things here that you really have to wonder about because you have this judge who's who's trying to decide what is circumstance evidence of what is what is hard core evidence. And you could really make an argument, I think for both sides when you look at it from the prosecution side, and from the investigator side, it it seems like you have this mountain of evidence against this guy. But this mountain is going to start to crumble, okay? Because you have you have the experts that are saying, we we don't have his animal, blood or human blood. Right. Well, how much can you do with that at trial bright? And then we don't have the bodies. We don't have the bodies and back then they wouldn't have the capability to determine if in fact, it was the hair that belonged to one of the missing girls. Also, remember, we have the daughter long's daughter who is willing to testify against him in court. Well that gets thrown out by the judge. And this is because you know, the judge is going to say look these are separate crimes that she is accusing her father of if in fact, you want to charge him with those crimes you can. But then again, you have to have evidence. This is now her word against his word. So the daughter's testimony is not allowed at court and much of what looks to be good evidence is thrown out. All you're really left with is knowing that he rented vehicle, and he was in the area at the time of the disappearance of these two thirteen year old girls..

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

Unproductive & Unapologetic

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

"And probably wonder woman is number two, right? Okay. They're on a good pay there to for to the trash. It was terrible. But you know, I think they get a Paris 'cause they got to directors, and that's two different visions. And that's why I like, okay. So I'll give that I'm giving. Three and a half out of five. Okay. That sounds about. Right. Okay. Deauville gave it a three and a half. Okay. What did you get? You got problem? Seeing on on the big screen. The movie theaters right here. See who I'm looking at. I'm looking at some. I will say I went to see it with two thirteen year olds. And they loved it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Jason motza. Great optima. I think he was like made for that. It was a great move. All right. Yeah. Yeah. I saw before came. I've seen. That's. Saying view. That the second movie I saw was Spiderman into the spout of hers. This is the one you need to check out because the first time you'll see the black spider. Maoz morale is okay. But of course, they don't let him be completely black. They they got to call him. He's dominican. No, he's still looking. Cardi B. Basically, he's he's a kid in New York. He's a fan of Peter Parker. Who's about a man, you know, he's he exists. He lives in that world. Okay. He gets bitten by radioactive spat. Or why he's doing graffiti with his uncle, and he becomes Spiderman, buddy. Also sees this. This this universe is Peter Parker dad sees that. And then he opens up a they call it a multi verse like different different universal all over the place. And it's sucks all of the other spider people from different different universe into this world. Okay. So he's meeting like six different types. Okay. He has a female when he has actually pig spider pig. You have a Spiderman new are. He's a black and white character. He speaks like he's from the thirties. Okay. He sees everything in black and white. That's nNcholas cage. Nick. Like the future the Japanese girl who controls a robot robot that got bit by spot or it's like a bunch of them. And they're going against the kingpin kingpin played by leeann shroud who plays where he Donovan. He has gro- Dylan voice. Okay. This movie could never be made for real. Because of the things that are done in his movie. It's great that he did animate. It is really good to see better comic book movies, you'll see period animated a net is up there. With the best. Spiderman movies period is probably number two. Wow. Okay. I'm giving this the four and a half out of five joy that a lot of this. It was pretty it was a really good movie Spiderman to the spiders, use anybody. So I was in my city. Co workers, you know. So will you start this game with rose, man? Is jay. May april. Maybe. You got seven seasons. Thanks. Only ten episodes the season. Seven eight coming. Episodes tonight. What last season seven was only six right? But no. But the rest are like ten I can do it. Do you? Game of thrones. And if a rip walking date, I actually move on. Vouch for Woking Sunday. He's gonna watch game of thrones, which we will be cuddled up..

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

Unproductive & Unapologetic

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

"And probably wonder woman is number two, right? Okay. They're on a good pay there to for to the trash. It was terrible. But you know, I think they get a Paris 'cause they got to directors, and that's two different visions. And that's why I like, okay. So I'll give that I'm giving. Three and a half out of five. Okay. That sounds about. Right. Okay. Deauville gave it a three and a half. Okay. What did you get? You got problem? Seeing on on the big screen. The movie theaters right here. See who I'm looking at. I'm looking at some. I will say I went to see it with two thirteen year olds. And they loved it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Jason motza. Great optima. I think he was like made for that. It was a great move. All right. Yeah. Yeah. I saw before came. I've seen. That's. Saying view. That the second movie I saw was Spiderman into the spout of hers. This is the one you need to check out because the first time you'll see the black spider. Maoz morale is okay. But of course, they don't let him be completely black. They they got to call him. He's dominican. No, he's still looking. Cardi B. Basically, he's he's a kid in New York. He's a fan of Peter Parker. Who's about a man, you know, he's he exists. He lives in that world. Okay. He gets bitten by radioactive spat. Or why he's doing graffiti with his uncle, and he becomes Spiderman, buddy. Also sees this. This this universe is Peter Parker dad sees that. And then he opens up a they call it a multi verse like different different universal all over the place. And it's sucks all of the other spider people from different different universe into this world. Okay. So he's meeting like six different types. Okay. He has a female when he has actually pig spider pig. You have a Spiderman new are. He's a black and white character. He speaks like he's from the thirties. Okay. He sees everything in black and white. That's nNcholas cage. Nick. Like the future the Japanese girl who controls a robot robot that got bit by spot or it's like a bunch of them. And they're going against the kingpin kingpin played by leeann shroud who plays where he Donovan. He has gro- Dylan voice. Okay. This movie could never be made for real. Because of the things that are done in his movie. It's great that he did animate. It is really good to see better comic book movies, you'll see period animated a net is up there. With the best. Spiderman movies period is probably number two. Wow. Okay. I'm giving this the four and a half out of five joy that a lot of this. It was pretty it was a really good movie Spiderman to the spiders, use anybody. So I was in my city. Co workers, you know. So will you start this game with rose, man? Is jay. May april. Maybe. You got seven seasons. Thanks. Only ten episodes the season. Seven eight coming. Episodes tonight. What last season seven was only six right? But no. But the rest are like ten I can do it. Do you? Game of thrones. And if a rip walking date, I actually move on. Vouch for Woking Sunday. He's gonna watch game of thrones, which we will be cuddled up..

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And they're talking about the stories that matter to you share your opinions with markelle melinda at five one two eight three six zero five ninety caller text now here and melinda this is not a phone call i would like to get melinda as a parent what your kids did something wrong you got it in fact friends would area which is your neck of the woods isn't it yeah it's a little outside of houston yeah the cops say they figured out who went inside the high school on the fourth of july and just went crazy with the fire extinguishers in the girls gym at friends would high school i causing thousands of dollars in damage there they went to the video and they were able to id to thirteen year olds yeah thirteen year old boys a baroque into the gm and then vandalized it now they're charged with felonies that really jumped out in this story that they're being hammered with felonies because they did an estimated seven thousand six hundred dollars in damage in the school that is crazy i know we do a lot of things when we're young but that's like really big mistake there and i think the felony i'm not sure i'm not sure on that i think you'd asked me what i might do to these boys girls identified as boys or girls and i think that i would put them on probation so they went did anything that was against probation and that they would immediately be confined to to jail but i would put them on some type of work program and make them work to pay this off and i'm not going to be paying them a lot paying them you know like three dollars an hour so they're going to have to work for some time to work this off it i think that they should put the sole responsible financial responsibility on these two kids and not let the parents abell dome out parents chip in in one penny no and friends would is a kind of the majority of friends woods pretty affluent so i could see parents easily going we'll divide it up between the two of us will pony up path you pony up the other half and then we'll be done with this and i would say and that's that's way too if mom and dad are always going to bail you out you're never gonna learn a lesson these two thirteen year old who charged with felony criminal mischief there now in the galveston county juvenile justice center they cost an estimated seven thousand six hundred dollars in damage fire extinguishers were used on the floors walls goals scoreboards that's probably the biggest chunk of the damage right there i would think the floors i'm not exactly sure maybe you know market what fire extinguishers what what's contained in them if it's a unsure there may maybe some water or something in there along with other chemicals or whatever imagine that on those wood floors of the gm if it is a wood floor yeah that would be very damaging it's not spelled out in this story but now the parents are facing the legal charges against their kids and the bill to reimburse the taxpayers for the damage inside of the school and one thing i would do is i'm going to give him very tiny mops about the size of a toothbrush they're both going to be in there cleaning up the gymnasium that's step one yes they will be they will be working up a sweat cleaning up the damage they did in there and then i i'm open to your idea that they need to somehow reimburse the taxpayers for all of this damage normally you see high school guys doing this kind of thing thirteen year olds is surprisingly young for this yes that unfortunately they're getting younger and younger embrace and more brazen now you as a father if you got this call and it was your thirteen eighteen year old would you be okay with a them being charged with a felony criminal mischief would you be like you did the crime you gotta do the time oh i'd be furious i'd be livid yeah would you be on board with whatever is presented to get this to get them to get this make it is right as they can oh yes absolutely i mean that that is damage inflicted on the tax payers you don't have any right to do that even if you just think it's a joke it's fun they did this on the fourth of.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All of new england wbz news time five eighteen we've got seventy seven degrees sunny skies in boston the top stories now boston police are investigating the city's twenty nine th homicide of the year a man in his twenty s was gunned down on humboldt avenue about three o'clock after noon house speaker bob deleo is giving his support for a twenty eighteen sales tax holiday weekend massachusetts he says he looks forward to bringing the measure to the house floor next week and hopes to have the tax holiday in place by august the trump administration is asking for more time from the federal court to reunite families separated at the border and the last few weeks court has set a strict time limit for reuniting families wbz news time five nineteen he was reeling in a nice striper but a shark had other ideas what we are dealing with here is a perfect engine an eating machine a big surprise for a fisherman and cape cod bay off oran leans the cape cod times reports a customer on a charter boat had a striped bass on the line and was reeling a man with a great white shark came along and decided the striper would make a good lunch in fact he came back three times to finish off the meal visual monreale in only the stripers head charter boat captain says it's his third shark sighting of the year doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty five family members are killed in a horrific crash on a delaware highway reporter steve burns has the detail on delaware route one about thirty miles south of wilmington state police say a pickup truck headed south in the northbound lanes glanced off one car then slammed into a minivan friday afternoon a father and four of his daughters in the minivan were killed two thirteen year olds a seventeen year old and a twenty year old the man's wife was sent to the hospital in serious condition police families from teaneck new jersey chuck had two occupants that were transported to a local area hospital with non life threatening injuries mastercorporal melissa jaffe says they're still trying to figure out why the pickups driver headed into oncoming traffic a vigil for the family is being planned at a park in their community tonight state lawmakers are looking for ways to help unions as they way a tough recent supreme court decision the high court ruled that public employees cannot be forced to pay fees to labor unions that represent them house speaker bob deleo says he'll look for ways to soften that blow senate president harry chandler a fellow democrat calls the decision a disgrace well some stolen items from connecticut baseball team have been found a man and a teenager were arrested yesterday for breaking into the downtown ballpark of the hartford yard goats the police say they got away with an ipad and memorabilia from the first pitch in franchise history the items were found during an investigation into a different theft the man is facing larceny and drug charges for heroin and cocaine found in his home the younger suspect has a summons for similar burglary charges a motorists have had enough of the thousands of potholes in the eternal city here in rome have taken to the streets with fluorescent paint want to highlight all the potholes that have turned roads into obstacle courses deliveryman says he's sick of having to keep replacing his shock absorber snub yang near lawyer says it's been years since motorcyclists injured by the potholes have been suing the city and still no change the pothole painting initiative was launched by the mother of the synchronized swimming champ who died when she fell off her moped after hitting a pothole nagin williams abc news rome wbz news time five twenty two the fun and loud atmosphere of an arcade can make it seem like the perfect place for young kids and teens to hang out but for children with autism that sensory overload can make for an unsettling experience will now a new initiative in britain aims to make gaming enjoyable for everyone for michelle rebelo tindal a trip to.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time for eighteen seventy eight degrees sunny skies in boston our top stories now we're getting conflicting accounts of secretary of state's mike pompeo's talks north korea pompeo says they went well but north korea's foreign ministry calls them regrettable and accuses the us of making unilateral demands for the north's denuclearization attorneys for the trump administration will be in federal court on monday they're going to ask for an extended deadline to reunite some of the thousands of children separated from their parents at the border as part of the zero tolerance policy of the administration authorities in thailand may start trying to bring the twelve boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave tonight and if the boys have to swim out officials say they'll use the buddy system wbz news time four nineteen president trump is that as golf course in new jersey this weekend but he's not working on his handicap the president has spent the holiday week interviewing several candidates to fill the soon to be vacant supreme court seat of justice anthony kennedy it's crunch time now for the president because bream court nominee they're huddling this weekend the president consulting with the vice president over dinner friday night and now they're weighing the candidates the president says he's likely to pick from the shortlist of people that he has talked to you about a handful of people among the names top on the list are judge brett have the dc circuit judge raymond catholic of the six circuit and judge amy barrett of the seventh circuit david wright abc news berkeley heights new jersey and the president has promised to announce his nominee on monday night wbz news time four twenty five people killed in a horrific crash on a delaware highway are a sixty one year old father from new jersey and his four daughters reporter steve burns has the tragic detail on delaware route one about thirty miles south of wilmington state police say a pickup truck headed south in the northbound lanes glanced off one car then slammed into a minivan friday afternoon a father and four of his daughters in the minivan were killed two thirteen year olds a seventeen year old and a twenty year old the man's wife was sent to the hospital in serious condition police say the families from teaneck new jersey pick pickup truck had two occupants that were transported to a local area hospital with non life threatening injuries mastercorporal melissa jaffe says they're still trying to figure out why the pickups driver headed into oncoming traffic a vigil for the family is being planned at a park in their hometown tonight wbz news time for twenty one the fun and loud atmosphere of an arcade can make it seem like the perfect place for young kids and teenagers to hang out but for children with autism that sensory overload can make for an unsettling experience a new initiative in britain aims to make gaming enjoyable for everyone or michelle rebelo tindal.

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Anti-gun violence protesters shut down part of Chicago freeway

WCBS Programming

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Anti-gun violence protesters shut down part of Chicago freeway

"The hour sponsored by capital one i'm bill rakoff north korea says in a statement that talks between their foreign minister and secretary of state mont by mike pompeo were disappointing cbs has done kirk reports from seoul six hours of talks with kim young chill their chief negotiator on this whole issue and he claimed progress but north korea has promptly pour cold water over that claim university of virginia political analyst larry sabato says via skype at the trump administration's claims of a nuclearfree north korea were always silver overstated agreement was supposedly from the american side that there would be complete their viable irreversible denuclearization the north koreans were never going to buy into that so far there's been no comment and or tweet from the state department or the administration on north korea's dismissal of those talks president trump in his weekly address says that his pick for the supreme court is going to be a strict originalist choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written cbs news will carry live coverage of the announcement of mr trump's choice for supreme court justice at nine pm on monday on many of these stations in chicago protesters partly shut down a major chicago highway today over gun violence in the windy city wbz 'em reporter bob roberts was their father michael tigar it was mission accomplished that included negotiations over just where the protesters could go we send we came to set it down that's what we did wants an end to the violence and a lot more issues that include better schools more jobs help for those leaving prison economic development stronger gun laws and mental health help police say that five people killed in a crash on a delaware highway whereas sixty one year old father from new jersey and he's four daughters wcbs reporter steve burns on delaware route one about thirty miles south of wilmington state police say a pickup truck headed south in the northbound lanes glanced off one car then slammed into a minivan friday afternoon a father and four of his daughters in the minivan were killed two thirteen year olds a seventeen year old and a twenty year old the man's wife was sent to the hospital in serious condition police say the families from teaneck new jersey chuck head to occupants that were transported to a local area hospital with non life threatening injuries mastercorporal melissa jaffe says they're still trying to figure out why the pickups driver headed into oncoming traffic one person has been gored on the first day of spain's pamplona bull running festival the red cross.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On the dan ryan expressway blocking the mayor and governor are in a war of words over that protest and north korea accuses washington of making gangster like demands over abandoning its nuclear weapons more just ahead from cbs news wbz m sport this is george op reds lead the cubs five two in the fifth saxon nationals about to get underway world cup extra time croatia russia tied at one sunny this afternoon look for a high of eighty four tonight clear skies the low sixty one it's three o'clock cbs news on the hour sponsored by quicken loans i'm bill rakoff north korea says in a statement that talks between their foreign minister and secretary of state mon by mike pompeo were disappointing cbs has done kirk reports from seoul six hours of talks with kim yong chill their chief negotiator on this whole issue and he claimed progress but north korea has promptly pour cold water over that claim university of virginia political analyst larry sabato says via skype at the trump administration's claims of a nuclearfree north korea were always overstated agreement was supposedly from the american side that there would be complete their viable irreversible denuclearization the north koreans were never going to buy into that so far there's been no comment and or tweet from the state department or the administration on north korea's dismissal of those talks president trump in his weekly address says that is pick for the supreme court is going to be a strict originalist choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written cbs news will carry live coverage of the announcement of mr trump's choice for supreme court justice at nine pm on monday on many of these stations in chicago protesters partly shut down a major chicago highway today over gun violence in the windy city wbz m reporter bob roberts was their father michael tigar it was mission accomplished that included negotiations over just where the protesters could go came to send it down that's what we did leaguer wants an end to the violence and a lot more issues that include better schools more jobs help for those leaving prison economic development stronger gun laws and mental health help police say that five people killed in a crash on a delaware highway whereas sixty one year old father from new jersey and his four daughters wcbs reporter steve byrne on delaware route one about thirty miles south of wilmington state police say a pickup truck headed south in the northbound lanes glanced off one car then slammed into a minivan friday afternoon a father and four of his daughters in the minivan were killed two thirteen year olds a seventeen year old and a twenty year old the man's wife was sent to the hospital in serious condition police say the families from teaneck new jersey pickup truck had to occupants that were transported to a local area hospital with non life threatening injuries mastercorporal melissa jaffe says they're still trying to figure out why the pickups driver headed into oncoming traffic one person has been gored on the first day of spain's pamplona bull running festival the.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Say professional critters you're not just talking about like abc or cbs or disney you're talking about like the people that are the makeup videos and so i mean professional but not highly mediated like regular network tv or something yeah but i think people who are familiar with doing brand partnerships i think you can call them professional this is their day to day job they've you know had a lot of sponsor deals in the past they know how to make brand save content already i think this is fair to say that it's really their job even if they started in their basement or whatever but it's still think that they're much more brand safe and someone who's just kind of like i want to do this share my political opinion or whatever so it was a lot of the instagram people who people who have like brand partnerships or was fired have brand partnerships there often just taking a picture of themselves with the brand or telling a little story short video but creating an entire you know ten minute or these are professionals like an hour video that's a lot more complicated like how do you think that's going to catch on or be easy easy for them to do i think it'll be more expensive for the brands and i think that it's possible that creators will wanna be paid directly by instagram or paid in a way where they don't just have to broker the deal themselves you know some sort of like automated advertising or you know automated you know brand partnerships or maybe like an ad for the product they're talking about comes up or something i'm sure the instagram is looking into this because i think that craters are not going to be excited they're gonna be reluctant like you said to create these longer videos esp especially because instagram so polished one thing about youtube is it's not that polish there are people kind of doing bloopers or your stuff whereas instagram is like you don't even know what these people sound like they just look beautiful so that's going to be a switch can you even transition to video or you funnier you just pretty and then of course this is all about making money obviously everything is when you're when you're your company like instagram facebook talk about ads we know that they were going to be coming somewhere down the line there's going to be some monetization around this but that's not happening initially is there is there any indications for us how that's gonna go well i think you've been pre safely say that some sort of advertising is coming like you said it's always how these platforms work i think that you might see like the very hated but much beloved by advertiser or as you might see a mid roll ad where it's kind of coming in the middle of the video or something i think you'll also we're going to see a lot of sponsored content that's kind of the bread and butter of instagram and i'm sure that instagram is gonna look for ways to more quickly effectively connect these people to advertisers i don't know if it's going to be traditional kind of approval as you see on youtube but you best believe that this is not going to be just a free for all free content there's definitely going to be some sort of monetization coming so this is aimed at kids younger younger kids i mean i have a fifteen year old in two thirteen year olds and are ready there's a division between the media my daughter it's you know lots of net flicks lots of snapchat my boys were thirteen it's lots of youtube lots instagram and so is the idea that i'm and the youtube youtube has highly develop their grid so that you know basically it's like a shot in the arm and a steady stream of.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Lessons is the wrong word but it gives kids and parents the ability to maybe have a platform to talk about the stuff but i would say more like when your son is in like three years i'm like locked in his room because he's fucking gang in that crate like you're going to be like all right we gotta figure out a way to talk about this may the show provides some sort of vehicle to have those conversations but it's filthy but it's i'm very they're saying it's the best white plains jerk off show ever create trait right now yeah three yeah top three top three i remember malcolm jamal warner had wet in the late nineties they didn't catch on didn't work is as well malcolm in the middle there there was not enough jerking on that that was the major note of the network it is so dirty but it's it's i mean we have the the fun new carrot we have a couple of new guys characters and season two if you haven't seen the show basically it's about two thirteen year old kids going through puberty and then it's really about a bunch of kids so it's like kids masturbating getting their periods like all of the all of the kids are kids have parents worst neighbor i know they but they actually lie they like it i think i don't know but it's like the every kid has a hormone monster so like that whenever an which is really what happens it feels like that when you're growing up so we had a kid who was like my when andrew we're talking about the show my buddy andrew i've mentioned a few times andrew goldberg we came up with the show with our partners mark and jen and they they were sort of like the androgen should like hormone monster and i was like oh hormone monster like he's just like you and and that'd be.

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"two thirteen year" Discussed on X96

X96

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two thirteen year" Discussed on X96

"That's a bold statement there but learning that officials consider your case of gonorrhea the worst case of gonorrhea ever in the history of gonorrhea is something entirely different there is a report that a man in the uk was diagnosed earlier this year with what is believed to be the first strain of gonorrhea to be resistant to the main on antibiotic treatment can can i ask an ignorant question about gonorrhea if you must so like i know like genital herpes there's like an outward sign i'm not no no no i just just it's a simple question i don't want us there into the is there an outward what what let me like there's there's like burning urination stuff like that but could you look at a person and go that person has gone areso i wondered that's all i wonder i can't kerry can spot a days gonorrhea just tell by looking i can tell but it is i mean it is significant because this is some kind of super gallery super gonorrhea and this guy has got the he's from england he's in the uk so we're safe so far health officials are going back through the man sexual history to keep the gonorrhea from spreading so far no other cases of appeared including the man's regular female partner in the uk so she didn't get it yet and thank goodness they doctors are trying to find a find an antibiotic on the man and see if they can get rid of this strain of gonorrhea meanwhile he's a mystery of science you may have seen this local story a couple of days ago i've been just because we get busy i've skipped this over so louis trooper his name is out in taylorsville right and he says he's been blind in his left eye for about fifteen years and he's been but he's been driving his car yes i did see this he's not been a problem before but on tuesday afternoon at peers his vision impairment may have caught up to him police say that mr trump hit two thirteen year old girls as they tried.

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