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Voice on the Go with Patrick Givens, VP Head of Vaynersmart at Vaynermedia
"Or smart is part of Bainer media which were those. That don't know is led by Gary Vein or Chuck and Gary always talking about where the consumer's attention is his and he spoke about voice a while back and in fact it was an interview. He did that got me. I interested in the voice world. Why did Bainer media choose to start a voice attack division with banner smart so the way that you phrased the question is in and of itself kind of the answer there from the started? We've just had our tenure anniversary convenor media and had really since very beginning the lifeblood years in wear is consumer attention talk about wears it underpriced. Where can be better addressed rest and used as a marketing channel business channel in a way that it's under used by the rest of the market and that's what led US initially to focus in a lot of social media channels and more broadly across digital marketing? To where we are today which is truly a full service agency and just about four years ago. I came over here here to start vader smart and it was with the ambition of figuring out okay in addition to what channels were operating on well today in today for years ago where else whilst we expect consumer attention to move next and what are the channels that are really gonNA matter for CI- ultimate for our own businesses in terms of reaching consumers. How they're going to discover new products? That are GONNA use products. Purchasing repurchase and voice leaped out to US amidst field of different emerging channels largely because it meets a true consumer need in that for the right use cases faster. It's hands free. It's easier and so when experiences are designed properly early and we're thinking about the right content for the media it can provide a real benefit faster. Easier tends to win out. We see a lot heading there and then from our our side. It's a tremendous place to play. It's one way or there hasn't been as much of a legacy of some bad habits. Necessarily as we might see other channels that were excited to work with the platforms with some of our clients or interested in being on the forefront here and build out what we are some really useful design models. And now Patrick. I know you personally went to school for English language and literature and did a lot of writing and your career. What brought you to the voice tech world and Wyatt Bainer Smart? I've I've got a kind of odd convoluted CV that look it up. Lifted if you like but absolute axiom out as a poetry major university Maryland and my my first question was what is a poetry major do and it turns out what I did was by my way to New York and kind of stumbled into advertising and working across some account account management some strategy and some copyright in the early days more in traditional channels works through a number of agencies here in New York until I landed finally an and innovations consulting role and that was less around tech innovation. Actually more around new brand development tried to develop new markets and new products and in that work. A lot of what we were doing was not just future facing but even a little bit of horizon so we might have been thinking for a client while it is five to ten years out by the time. New Brand or product were conceiving is actually GonNa be in market and reaching sort of its full potential doing that work I got to know some on new technology platforms one of which was around connect the technologies they are kind of a a database connected object. So if you imagine every soda bottle in the world or every shirt from manufacturer each of those could have a unique digital identity and against those entities you could basically program content that consumers consumers might interact with over mobile future maybe over voice that was the mindset that I was learning as we're developing these new products and increasingly started thinking about about. What was the marketing teacher? There then concurrently. Gary was in the market to start what he was thinking of as an it division. He again in a new set of technologies that he really didn't think we're going to change the way people interacted with brands and products and so wanted to start developing market capabilities or or figure out what the marketing opportunities going to be so that put us in kind of common space coming from different directions. Gary saw a market opportunity in wanted to build an agency. Crap is there. I was coming from a more traditional agency background but starting to see that some of our old tricks of big TV ads above the line. Campaigns campaigns didn't seem super effective even in this world at that point maybe five six years ago and so what was going to be. The new way to engage. Consumers voice really leaped out there along with other connected technology so that brought me over here and in two thousand sixteen nights. Banner
"university maryland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tonight at six right after all things considered a wind advisory in effect through three AM tomorrow flash flood watch in effect through late tonight and the warm winter is here in Tahoe winter storm warning in effect this is on the media I'm last fatter Poland is a nation haunted by its twentieth century September nineteen thirty nine a German fall begins its request much of combat and sets the stage for World War two Ohlins thirty four million inhabitants brush scattered and insulate the thousands of square miles of territory thank you for the movement of lightning armor all in the world learn the meaning of a brand new word what street Germany and the Soviet Union invaded and occupied Poland during World War two killing the process some five point six million polls including three million Polish Jews after the war Poland became an independent Republic within the Soviet bloc under communist rule in nineteen eighty nine it was one of the first of the eastern European nations to break away and become a democracy for decades the nation has wrestled with a complicated question of how to interpret its own history and so in nineteen ninety eight Poland founded it's institute of national remembrance whose motto is our history creates our identity the institute for national remembrance was initially a place where historians could pursue questions that other historians weren't pursuing Jeanine hawk is a professor of political science at Loyola University Maryland where her focus.
"university maryland" Discussed on KTRH
"You know and I actually spent two weeks it was so amazing in West Texas laser ranging off the lunar laser ranger and actually interviewed and did we go Carol alley the scientist the university Maryland he's passed away who created that we actually successfully laser law it's really a great scene right you know but you know I find out later the Russians had landed unmanned probes would laser reflectors you know so it's like I keep scratching my head thinking you know in it just made me start thinking about mass believed you know what I'm saying in that it's like how do we as a population choose to believe things you know well let me get to that the question is you talk to buzz Aldrin you talk to gene Cernan you talk to gene Kranz did any of them give you any indication at all this is very interesting and it's the one that didn't talk with most mysterious in that of course is Neil Armstrong I you know I have to admit I went to Lebanon Ohio I did I staked out his house I will not W. O. R. radio not W. aha radio WLW radio in Cincinnati for an hour we had an Neil Armstrong hotline only he could call and I started tracking down his history and I end up and walk to Canada Ohio which is the birthplace of the struck in this is Alan did we go the movie and it turns out I stumble into the German connection again and it turns out I find his best friend who talks about they played in the German bands Neil Armstrong is of course German and again I want to say I have nothing against German people were just talking about Werner von Braun running the program he he I believe wanted to German person to be the first on the moon and it's just I walked the streets and they were these like hand stencils on the street with thing Fogleman and welcome more showing the German connection on the street in in then it's with such a racist white town that you'll see in my film I'm interviewing locals and they tell me about the used to be a sign out of you know in front of Neil Armstrong's hometown if you're black don't let the sun shine on your back in again I'm not trying to make connections I'm just saying in this movie is a crazy almost surreal journey you know what I mean okay but if used basically what yours the said though is that if Werner von Braun wanted to make sure that it was a German which is a very interesting point that as part of perhaps his own private agenda he wanted to make sure they and he had some influence on who got picked and that he wanted Neil Armstrong as so coming from a German town we were a town with strong German roots in Ohio to be the first one on the moon does not prove that he landed on the moon you know a very good you know again my film is called did we go for a reason as I said I'm not a conspiracy theorist I just went on a journey I got a grant talked to so many people the frogman Gerald Wasserburg at cal tech we go in and be examined moon rocks together so it's really like a a cool way to meet some of the primary people but see some of the weird anomalies in person as I and cover them you know from like blown nuclear tests by the **** working for us on Johnston island in the fifties you know it's just it's a crazy journey movie looking first person it's into actual folks that were involved and then of course the sideline being the **** role enough as we've discussed I think that so in a way maybe I I guess I'm as a consumer or potential you know ticket buyer for a documentary like that you know I know it's free and people can link up to it coast to coast AM dot com but is is is that's bearing the lead I think that's a very interesting idea I think that's the first time I've ever heard anybody make that connection that Armstrong is Werner Werner von Braun that he wanted and he wanted a German it was in in a way it's kind of his own little private triumph after and in his own way of maybe even sort of virtue signalling to the other **** out there in the world this look we're still in charge look we're still running things yeah I mean it was so German this down I told you stencils and the stuff you watch the movie I interviews best friend only talks about how they were the German band in any jams on the saxophone with me you know what what does also cool though I did find other his neighbor had a little kind of telescope above the garage where they say he first kind of god you know inspired by Aldous of he did go that was kind of you know of course let's not forget it happened fifty years ago today is that amazing if it is and I should say so what and so yeah I notice that when you on your website you say allegedly with with regard to these people I I think the proof is overwhelming but but I but I I'll accept the the question mark for the time being a lot of people decide this there was one person last night who is trying to make the case when we're doing open lines that this didn't happen and and his point was that Neil Armstrong in the group they were the rest of the Apollo crew became virtual recluses after they came back from the moon as though they were ashamed to show their faces and that's your was on the way I remember it I thought they were everywhere and I thought they were in commercials and you know I thought they were it has kept a very low profile more recently but even at one point he was funded by the.
"university maryland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"university maryland" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Thanks for. Telling me out of the box And we have a. Very very special friend didn't studio and GM I'd like you to. Do the introductions if you wouldn't mind please Katie is a young lady that I've. Been working with for the past few years she's a young entrepreneur and has been looking at different. Products and services throughout our time working together and so I, thought it'd, be a good idea because female excuse me entrepreneurships hot right now is to bring her in Howard, talk a little bit about what she's doing what we've done together in. Kind of the. Direction. That. She's had it so that's. Issues excellent. Katie Alohan. Welcome to the program good morning good. Morning thank you so. Much for having me it is a pleasure, now we have our gentleman who are, regular make regular appearances. On maker of kings our first time together would you mind? Sharing just a little bit more about yourself I've been in Hawaii for the past. Eight years and since being here I've really taken on the entrepreneurship lifestyle I came across Jimmy about. Five years ago in a time in my life when I, really needed, to rebuild and re regain my footing I'd say and kind of needed that leadership to get further, in business world and further in my company that I wanted to build. I personally do. Fitness. Yoga. Nutrition and I also get. Into selling. Healthy beauty. Products and Jimmy has been there since. Five years ago and. I've been with him and talking with him, a lot about how to grow business, he's led me in. Ways to Brian myself as well as any products or anything So, excellent excellent the catalyst have you always have that. Entrepreneurial spirit has always been part of you definitely, has actually when I was about four years old I used to find my grandmother's trinkets. Around the house and I made a store and I sold them back to her That's pretty good I was, gonna say I see Drew's over there making notes resell to family So she. Went, to, college. As well so she's another advocate of how, colleges not each other on business exactly right right, I. Actually earned a. Degree in international business, and so I have a, BA from, Loyola University Maryland And it's an amazing school I learned a lot about business but not about how to run my own business Gotcha so I was. Let, out into the world and just. Didn't. Really know what to do I didn't know how to actually get my footing in creating? My own business and I didn't feel like I could be myself in a. Corporate world I I just got stuck felt traps right was, that your first entree though post school was actually. Pursuing something corporate or was it I'm. Out of the gates and I'm going to start doing my own. Thing, I, actually. When I started working at Paramount Pictures in, Hollywood which is quite as corporate as you can, get Yeah and. I, often finished my work within the. First. Half of the day and, I? Was always looking for more I was just hungry to? Grow hungry to do more and within that constraint that wasn't really available they're. Saying all right your your gun hang out until we're done, let's have some lunch San your computer always smokes You know I I just, wanted more always right Excellent I, love that Jim I I love this story because and we'll get back with Katie with more, about where we are now from where we started but? What impressed you the most when? You, first met where did you kin and assess no I'm initially what impressed me about Katie was that. She is inspired to be part of, the solution she understood that she was an agent a change in that she felt that there wasn't a lot, of opportunity and the young entrepreneurs base for females and she, wanted the boys that, trial for not only her but for other people it really opened up my eyes when I saw how, she struggled through some difficult times how she recovered how she found a way and consistently look for the solution to the problem rather than just identifying. The problem and and becoming a victim of circumstance she adopted and overcame and. Kept pivoting until she. Found something she was passionate once she was passionate she put her, effort behind that passion and now she's doing well Drouin rich, jump on, because, you're familiar with and worked with Our knowledgeable about Katie, and what her mission is personally thoughts from you Mr. Elliot Well I personally met Katie. At yoga Naturally Jim and Andrew known her.
"university maryland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A finance major heading into my senior year at loyola university maryland right and then my question is what future do you see for crypto currencies limited for the crypto but the blockchain is a i've been offered a the become a blockchain expert but i had to take a course i want to do that the blockchain is huge and taylor swift is a proponent of blockchain what taylor swift is going to do is she's going to 'em she has embedded her music with the block chain sequence somebody plays a counterfeit copy of her music she knows so the blockchain embeds data in electron iq in it can't be pulled out but the actual bitcoin is the sucker's bet now bitcoin mining the nats you're a lot of cell phones are hacked and bitcoin miners using your cell phone it's a number alpha numeric sequence in your what is this a bitcoin now is this a bitcoin is consuming three percent of the electricity in this country running in video chips in this way in videos up sky but the actual concept the entire currency value worldwide the crypto currencies is ron twenty billion dollars in one hundred trillion dollar economy twenty billion as rounding air this central banks will squash if it.
"university maryland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lousy education system baltimore's assessable and they got enough for those two got enough nerve to attack a dead woman this especially mr brown he he comes up with this business she's a policewoman and she was white wasn't she and the other one says well it's just a traffic stop well it was an attempt to bring her down a notch or two on a day that her viewing was taking place again my feeling about that is that was incredibly poor taste i think it does not actually help their client much but this is all they've decided to play bob thank you for one zero wcbs and six eighty k whitehead is an associate professor of communication and african american studies at loyola university maryland and she says she's disturbed by the rush to judgement of the suspects at his first appearance she noted a district judge called him a one man crimewave and wondered aloud whether any juvenile facility was secure enough to hold him she says it's hard to get past the racial elements of the case she believes the language surrounding it will be much different if the suspects weren't black males and the victim a white woman wow it should be noted k whitehead is african american she has two sons as she's the author a book letters to my black sons raising boys in a post racial america it strikes me that the only individuals who are at all interested in characterizing this as a racial firestorm are those race hustlers on the left mostly are interested in propping up a deal legitimized view of history and view of current events and if we allow them to get away with it then it's bad on us not on them this mario bros no warning with the democrats it is an unwritten rule no matter how untrue or false story is and we'll be spoken as the truth and everyone of the party was support invoice it as the truth maybe a one day people will wake up but i doubt it four one zero wcbs six eighty s our telephone number one eight hundred eighty if you're out of the area very interesting weekend rudy giuliani was on fox news.
"university maryland" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Through townhall dot com i'm rhonda rock strip president trump is super please fbi deputy director andrew mccabe has gone to days before his scheduled retirement date mccabe was fired by attorney general jeff sessions for his actions in the fbi's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation mccabe had been a regular target of president trump's anger and criticism in fact on twitter the president called the firing of mccabe a great day for the hardworking men and women of the fbi and a great day for democracy white house correspondent greg clugston an announcements nearly ready as to who will head the centers for disease control and prevention political reports the leading candidate appears to be robert redfield and hiv aids expert at the university of maryland medical center redfield would replace former cdc director brenda fitzgerald she resigned earlier this year after it was discovered she traded in tobacco stocks while running the cdc redfield co founded the institute of human virology at the university maryland he also served on president george w bush's advisory council on hiv aids linda kenyon washington two days before the fatal pedestrian walkway crash in engineer left of voicemail with the florida department of transportation reporting cracks had been found and one of the one of the concrete's stands the message wasn't heard until friday because the worker had been out of the office on another job in a transcript the engineer says the cracking would need repairs but quote from a safety perspective we don't see that there's any issue their national transportation safety board investigator robert this says it's not known if the cracks played a part in the collapse the pedestrian it's ben thomas reporting the pedestrian bridge at the florida international university collapsed thursday killing at least six people the thirties have.
"university maryland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the toughest in the country joel rose npr news atlanta to baltimore police officers have been convicted of racketeering robbery and wire fraud those officers now face up to sixty years in federal prison mary rose madden from member station wypr reports detectives daniel herschel and marcus taylor were found guilty of robbing citizens in their homes falsifying police body camera footage and falsifying timesheets in overtime claims while they were members of a specialized police unit that gun trace taskforce four of the six officers on that unit who have already been convicted test to fight against herschel ann taylor exposing years of corruption and dysfunction in the baltimore police department the public heard detailed accounts of how these officers would look for high stakes drug dealers not to arrest but to rob they take their money to divvy up sell the drugs back onto the streets and keep the guns to trade in for unofficial days off sometimes they use a legal policing tactics to stop and search citizens then follow them home in robbed them ronald hamilton testified that he and his wife for followed from a home depot the officers pulled them over search them stole their cash handcuffed them and asked them if they had any more money at home then two police cars drove to their home where they were detained while the officers found more cash and took it after hours of questioning hamilton yelled this right here destroyed my whole life my kids are afraid to go in the house k whitehead is a professor of communication an african american studies at lehohla university maryland she's also the host of a calling show her listeners have been following this trial and our phone lines have been blowing up they want to know how many other police officers who have not been indicted war involved his type of illicit activity and will the justice system stop with these cops or are they going to continue into the root out every single rogue cop i the baltimore city police department the federal judge has yet to sentence the eight convicted officers for npr news i'm mary rose madden and this is npr news some christian leaders are worried that their churches wouldn't survive and crack crackdown on immigration mass deportation of current emigrants in.
"university maryland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The country joel rose npr news atlanta to baltimore police officers have been convicted of racketeering robbery and wire fraud those officers now face up to sixty years in federal prison mary rose madden from member station wypr reports detectives daniel hersh and marcus taylor were found guilty of robbing citizens in their homes falsifying police body camera footage and falsifying timesheets in overtime claims while they were members of a specialized police unit that gun traced taskforce four of the six officers on that unit who have already been convicted testified against herschel and taylor exposing years of corruption and dysfunction in the baltimore police department the public heard detailed accounts of how these officers would look for high stakes drug dealers not to arrest but to rob they take their money to divvy up sell the drugs back onto the streets and keep the guns to trade in for unofficial days off sometimes they'd use a legal policing tactics to stop and search citizens then follow them home in robbed them ronald hamilton testified that he and his wife for from a home depot the officers pulled them over searched them stole their cash handcuffed them and ask them if they had any more money at home then two police cars drove to their home where they were detained while the officers found more cash and took it after hours of questioning hamilton yelled this right here destroyed my whole life my kids are afraid to go in the house k whitehead is a professor of communication an african american studies at lowly university maryland she's also the host of a calling show her listeners have been following this trial and our phone lines have been blowing up they want to know how many other police officers who have not been indicted war ball this type of illicit activity and will the justice system stopped with these cops or are they going to continue into the root out every single role cop out of the baltimore city police department the federal judge has yet to sentence the eight convicted officers for npr news i'm mary rose madden and this is npr news wnyc supporters include admissions and you play at lincoln center theater by joshua harmon jessica hecht plays in admissions director trying to diversify her prep school but when her own sons college choices are on the table sparks fly directed by daniel aachen elsie t dot org it's morning edition on.
"university maryland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Then follow them home and robbed them ronald hamilton testified that he and his wife for followed from a home depot the officers pulled them over searched them stole their cash handcuffed them and ask them if they had any more money at home then two police cars drove to their home where they were detained while the officers found more cash and took it after hours of questioning hamilton yelled this right here destroyed my whole life my kids are afraid to go in the house k whitehead is a professor of communication an african american studies at loyola university maryland she's also the host of a calling show her listeners have been following this trial and our phone lines have been blowing up they want to know how many other police officers who have not been invited warren ball this type of illicit activity and will the justice system stopped with these cops or are they want to continue into the root out every single row cop out of the baltimore city police department the federal judge has yet to sentence the eight convicted officers for npr news i'm mary rose madden and this is npr news support for wnyc comes from lv would manufacturers of bespoke wood flooring bespoke would floors are made to order and are all made in the usa the new york showroom at 24 west 20th street is open to the public more at lv would dot com it's morning edition on wnyc i'm richard hake good morning 28 greece fair skies right now in new york mass transit is looking okay stay tuned on the next brian lehrer show new york times magazine contributing writer maggie jones talks about her reporting on teenagers pornography and sex specifically how much porn there watching and how it's shaping their views on sex pleasure in power dynamics plus former hud secretary henry cisneros ways in on president trump's infrastructure plan including how the administration plans to pay for it that's all coming up on the brian lehrer show that starts ten all right now here's john schaffer with today's killer.
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"Include harvard university public finance professor lindor linda buildings be i l nes university maryland marine science professor rita colwell and caroline hessler rattle at the chief executive of project concern international terms for the first to end in may while rattle its term doesn't expire until two thousand twenty one this is going to be interesting it's going to be interesting to see how this evolves i do think there has to be some level of scrutiny when it comes to a park and parks can be water base as there certainly ecosystem in intend to you know you're protecting something not just for the public to go into but because of its majesty and the pristine the value to society i mean that that's the rationale betwen that the park system a think of teddy roosevelt okay teddy roosevelt if you read his autobiography his biography any of the books about him i mean he is the park service guy and he's the one that would go often hunt in the dakotas okay and he's the guy that would travel and trips around and say hey we have to protect some of these areas but i know his intent wasn't to block it off completely from use and that's where zinke comes in and says no all hunters have access of their responsible and when it comes to fees and when it comes to taxes and when it comes to how much they overreach in their their jurisdiction we're not going to do that anymore and that's why having that trump in the presidency is a big deal okay there is a balance you're not going to.
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"The years uh about various uh various forms of government and does socialism uh has uh has seen many of those after the defeat of hitler and the nazis prime minister winston churchill observed socialism is the philosophy of failure the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy it's inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery uh very well stated the uh the prime minister of britain many years later margaret thatcher uh would say socialist governments always run out of other people's money and the our own great president ronald reagan one said throughout the developing world people are rejecting socialism because they see that it doesn't empower people it impoverishes them as certainly we have seen that in the ruination of venezuela have we not and yet socialism uh it remains in this country uh very very popular among uh a group that supported bernie sanders for president of the united states and the same bernie sanders who along with his wife is under investigation real investigation uh for possible criminal violations in in land deals involving university where she works and they rate a professor of economics at loyalty university maryland uh tom de lorenzo he's also a research fellow at the independent institute as senior fellow at the ludvig ofan me has institute author of the problem was socialism uh says the difficulty these days for those who supported bernie sanders a lot of millennials they don't understand what it really means uh to go to a socialist form of government like bernie sanders would like and and many of them would like and professor dealer rentals on the other end of our line this morning to talk about a nice to have you with us morning hi thanks for having me on all i'm sorry for the longwinded intro but i i needed to get all of that in two were to sort of set the stage for this because we do have a segment in this country that somehow believes of we just became socialist everybody get everything for free right i guess so you over the weekend this past weekend of chicago the democratic socialist of america at their annual convention it may claim that they're out membership has tripled over the past year no from eight thousand to about twenty four thousand because of the election of president trump and.
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"The band members out of the university of maryland about to have to go through a little change will tell you more about that just a moment with our ninety seven point one wash fm morning show 726 side lou chile's out a medical leave she by the way we'll be back hopefully my fingers crossed you can't see but they are in some time a right after labor day next tuesday hopefully we have showers and sixty five degrees in washington and storm watch seven meteorologist eileen wayland says a very abnormal august day rainy windy and cool high about sixty nine looks like any rain's gonna be moving out of here later tonight low sixty one four tomorrow good news much better maryland at sporting events here's the reason they are citing may say they need to evaluate the stage songs throw confederate lyrics as from the spokesperson out of university maryland the civil war era maryland my maryland with lyrics that mention northern scum had previously been the the subject to debate and it looks like a mighty sounded maryland that's the universe navies marching band has played this song barreling by maryland during its pregame performance at football games for our notion by forever however does not affect basketball games this when beautiful heads up all now and coming up in just a moment we'll have the latest info to go early something new check out at bwi airport and it has nothing to do with flying and i suspect nobody's flying on the roads right now lease of ads very true and the rain in the roads right at metro rail reporting that they're on normal service we have traffic reaping in mere only the jack knifed truck is northbound ninety five after teach well before.
"university maryland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The weather channel petach radio six eighty wcbm smells connected with the latest views this is talkradio six eighty wcbm and wcbmcom accident rob white food in the six eighty wcbm maryland news said it with the news at five thirty one president trump and other administration officials lobbied republicans today to keep the senate gop reworked healthcare bill from crashing the president tweeted before departing peres f after all of these years of suffering through obamacare republican senators must come through as they have promised and admitted drug dealer with a history of mental illness was church today with the killings of four pennsylvania men who vanished a week ago a second suspect 20yearold sean krantz was also arrested and charged in three of the deaths among the victims nineteen year old jimmy taraoke tantric a student at loyola university maryland a proposal today for a mandatory sentence for illegal gun position in baltimore city the proposal would create a one year sentence for illegal gun possession within one hundred yards of a school park church public building or public place of assembly the senior golf and owings mills threetime defending champion bernard longer making a movie now has the lead their by one shot auriol's back at it tonight against the chicago cubs 705 eighty one degrees and baltimore rob white fruited six eighty wcbm news jim white professor still hypnotist office four one six six one one one one one internet six one one one one one dot com my short term two sessions have noses intervention against alcohol and tobacco as the premise of doing it get through it and get on with the rest of your life you don't come here to pitch a tent many people over the past forty four years of be questions about if noses such as can i be hypnotized who can be hypnotized and wire some subjects third and others will the answer simply this the best or those who take it no two seriously take themselves seriously and of course take me seriously noone can be hypnotize against their will in order to be hit the taj must be willie and you must assist as a modest with your own powers of thinking concentration a pretty good imagination works to you'll never lose control of your.
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