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"wjw " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

08:33 min | Last month

"wjw " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"I'm rj bell. We are straight out of vegas and jonas voice of you. The fan and rj. We had a signing in the nfl earlier today. A three time. Pro bowler is now a member of the cleveland browns and his name is judean. Cloudy a one year deal worth up to ten million dollars. So it's going to be interesting to see as the reporting clarifies. How much is guaranteed. What kind of bonuses are we talking about. Obviously it's in the agents best interests to push that big number initially and my understanding is the guys at will report that big number without a lot of details are the guys get these stories first and then within six hours. We usually have the full story if this is almost all pretty much guaranteed and we just see forbes is reporting. Eight million of it is guaranteed. This doesn't feel like a great deal for the browns. My thought was clowney. Who had a horrifically disappointing season for tennessee last year. Maybe he was going to be. You know not the veteran minimum but not that far from it. Eight million guaranteed to kind of a big number. Listen if he plays as well as he has at various points of his career tonight signing he plays eyeglass year. It's a huge problem. But even if he plays one or two levels up from last year it's still seemingly their overpainted. eight million. What do you think yeah. What's most troubling is. If you look how. Probably i hate to browns. What's what's what's happiest about all this. Is that clowney. Last year. he only played eight games. Will you think well if you only played eight games he probably had been pretty good in those eight like you said just an average starter graded out the because he was resting the other games. When you're injured it doesn't help you enough. That's defendthem. rj bell. We got the odds. Ravens are still favored to win the division. Remember right here in fsr on the her colin sad. He's picking the browns to win the division. Ravens are favored plus one thirty hundred went thirty browns plus one eighty so fifty cents more payoff on the brands. One hundred ninety one eighty steelers plus three fifty three and a half to one. Joan is any you can talk about clown you can talk about the division dealer's choice. Just the cloudy cloudy feels a lot like josh gordon. To where the what. We think of him in our mind far exceeds what. The actual production is josh. Gordon had one year in which he was amazing and that one year but that one year was like twenty thirteen. And we still for so many years. Afterwards just expected that to happen and cloudy. We focus on the big hit in the bowl game against michigan. He's never been a big sack guy in the nfl definitely not up to the potential that he that he was drafted at being number one overall and i just feel like he continues to get these contracts in the. There's there's a reason he's available multiple off seasons in a row and he's a former number one pick. That should very well very well side. And i think jonas point about that one hit being such a moment. It still is echoing through his bank account and be. Hi we're calling an impromptu pick here faz we're gonna call this. You gotta be evil to kinda make this pick or you gotta be square and it's so square. I don't think i'm even gonna ladder make it officially but make your case got a minute. I am on the dodgers plus three fifty. Yes the dodgers. The ultra publicy fifty to win. What the world series. Oh my gosh. I square go ahead all right. Here's weekly quickly. Here's the math behind. The dodgers are light years in front of every other team. Expected wins this year. One of three and a half so this before the yes and now they're nine and two so they're exceeding expectations so far. They're all ready for this guy to bar continue their already. A monster favorite to win the division. Maya's five hundred you have to lay. I wonder what did you do before the season minus three hundred. Okay guys so. I went back last year to the dodgers last three series and as it turns out the dodgers had a thirty percent chance to win all three of those series so if they play the same teams this year. It'd be the same. But that's not guaranteed is not guaranteed but they had to play tough team san diego atlanta really say san diego and tough in the playoffs and the same fair enough go ahead aright so the bottom line only have to twenty two percent of the time to break even ear. I think the dodgers have a significantly better than twenty percent. Chance plus three fifty to win. The world series. Wicked is mad in the world. I mean wicked his man in the world. It's evil to put that out there as a bat. I mean say. I won't even say i disagree with it. I'm going to say if you listen to this. Pack is genita- high school. Take the bus to work every day. I mean that's going to be the result. I mean joan is you understand the resonant square. How square take the best team during the year and if they start hot bet them to win the world series which means you get paid in six months. Maybe it's only eleven games into the season. Well we got a lot more to go. I just feels a little early to start jumping at at world series. Picks can you home. Huey lewis hit to these. I mean listen. I know that this isn't a draft. And i know that you love the l. Awesome this this is like you haven't seventy picks in the draft anything anything not to get a straight job. We are straight outta vegas here on fox sports radio. If you missed any of today's show you can check out the podcast. If fox sports radio dot com just search for straight outta vegas. We are back tomorrow six. Pm eastern time. Three o'clock pacific right here on fox sports radio and has always on the iheartradio app fox. Sports radio has the best sports. Talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at fox. Sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. arte. Listen live. I'm john ellis. And i'm rebecca darst the host of the news items podcast and we see the news differently. I bet around the news. Business my entire life. I was a political analyst for. Nbc news columnist for the boston globe and head of the election. Night decision desk at fox news and you write the chart topping newsletter that this podcast is based on news item. As for me. I worked on the floor of the new york stock exchange and had a front row seat to the aftermath of the lehman brothers collapse multiple euro crises and the flash crash now on the editor in chief of investable universe from our perspective. Three big story shaped modern life the financialisation of everything remarkable advances in science and technology and a world in disarray. Join us every monday through thursday afternoon as we break down news items that are interesting important or both interviews with some of the smartest people we know. Listen to news items podcast with john. Ellis on the iheartradio app on a cast wherever you get your podcast. Hey i'm really with junior. Mma stand up comedian. I'm corresponded on the daily show with trevor noah. I'm a father. I'm terry is and i have a podcast. Called roy's job. There was a fair about each week. I sit down with real people from all lines of work. And we're gonna lab but you've got to remember about employment. See work is like sex. Either you get some right now and you probably have to looking for look. I've been fired from multiple jobs. I've had gun pulled on me at work. I almost thought to co workers and that was all before the age of twenty three. So if i have those types of stories i know y'all have some amazing stories out there. I want to know about your worst. I want to know about your first job. I want to hear the story about the time. You will still in stuff at the job. Oh yeah scammers get love from job fair to sit back relax and laugh at the ups and downs. That come with just trying to make an honest. I cannot wait to welcome you to royds job. Fair on. Iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast..

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"wjw " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"wjw " Discussed on WTVN

"The blocks Cove in 19 could reportedly be available over the counter by summer. Finally, an option for that guy wears a mask but refuses to pull it up over his nose. I've never understood those. Hey, I get sometimes the mass just falls down. But there's one in every crowd, though, is that they're good morning. 6 36, the branded boxers show on NewsRadio, 60 W. T V. And Speaking of Kobe, there's a team of researchers at the Ohio State University. Now studying to determine if hard candy can be used to screen for tae a taste and smell loss and identify possible cases of covert 19. The leading research team here, says that using hard candy To screen for the loss of taste and smell. Certainly one of the big symptoms of covert 19. So it Z $300,000 study that's being funded by the National Institutes of Health to identify those who are potentially infected. I know for those, and I don't know a lot of people, but for those I know who have had covered That's one of the things the first and they're okay. I haven't lost anyone to covert 19. But the ones who have had it have all said the same thing. Just either mad, mad, crazy headaches. Taste and smell. We're the number one things that they say we're the most frustrating. And while it sounds harmless if you've never had covert 19, if you talk to a friend or relative, or maybe you've had it To lose your taste and smell something that we've talked about before we you take it for granted. It's one of those sense your don't really think about until it's gone. And then you realize Hey, wait a minute. I I miss the taste of this or the smell of this. So that'll be an interesting study. Big Big news on the hill yesterday. Rand. Paul Senator Rand Paul calling the Trump impeachment trial dead on arrival. He was on Fox News last night had this to say about the impeachment. First of all, we put forward a motion that said that basically you can't impeach a private individual. You can impeach a president. This is why the chief justice didn't show up. If it was the president. The chief justice shows up. The fact that the chief justice wouldn't come and.

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"wjw " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"wjw " Discussed on KTOK

"Leader Mitch McConnell is tying a larger coronavirus stimulus checks to issues being called poison pills by Democrats. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked an immediate vote on increasing stimulus famous the $2000, a measure requested by President Trump and supported by Democrats. This issue has united Americans from coast to coast and bridge. The massive political divide here in Washington Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's is a plan from McConnell will sabotage payments. Republican leader has introduced a bill combining increased payments with two other demands of President Trump repealing a liability shield for social media companies in creating a 2020 Election Integrity Commission. So far, there are no votes said on any stimulus proposal in Washington. Jared Halpern, Fox News Ah, Congressman elect from Louisiana Republican Luke Let Lo has died of coronavirus 41 years old. He was admitted to the hospital 11 days ago, He was married with a three year old son and an 11 month old daughter, a new strain of coronaviruses convert to be in the United States in Colorado. It's been contract it by a man in his twenties with no apparent travel history. He's isolated and Elbert County and his recent contact Thanks for being traced. This version of covert ease the strain that was first diagnosed in England and has also been found in patients in Italy, India, the United Arab Emirates and Canada. It has prompted rules from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requiring UK travelers to show a negative covert test. Fox's girl, Scott, Police documents show more than a year ago, the girlfriend of the Christmas morning suicide bomber in Nashville had told police he was building bombs and the recreational vehicle that blew up Officers were unable to make contact with Tony Warner or see inside the RV. Americans listening to Fox need Coming up next on the house of Broken Dreams. Ah, woman speaks to us about something suspicious she saw at a nearby lake. The same year, Jennifer Kessy went missing. A gentleman got out of the track. Looked around very cautiously on took from the back of the track A B carpet you picked the carpet. Er threw it over, you know, eyes arms and took it to the side of the legal within available now on apple podcasts..

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"wjw " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"wjw " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Triple A motor club projects 50 Million Americans will drive, fly or ride more than 50 miles from home this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Down about five million from 2019. But Molly Heart with Triple A says that forecast was done in mid October before the latest surge in covert 19 cases nationwide. Expecting the travel volume to be even lower with unemployment at the high on Daz. We just talked about the fact that people are concerned they might lose their job and also because of the fact that traveling might not be the best thing to do right now, Many cities and states have added new travel restrictions in the last weeks. And Lego has unveiled its largest set ever a recreation of Rome's most famous landmark, clocking in at a whopping 9000 and 36 pieces. The new Coliseum set displaces the former record holder, the Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon, which only had 7500 pieces and the set will be cheaper than the Falcon. That one is 799. Dollars in the Coliseum will be $549 the Coliseum measures over 10.5 inches high in 20.5 inches wide. The set will launch on black Friday, which is November 27th on lego dot com and at Lego stores. WGN sports Here's Kevin Powell. You still play with Oh, of course, I do think that's why you're doing that story. All right. Sports some surprising news out of hell. Asshole Today. Mets, Nagy says he'll let offensive coordinator Bill Lazor Call plays moving forward, You know, before we get started, I just wanted to. I know. One of the things that we've been discussing all week is you know you guys have talked about is the play calling and I just wanted to let everybody know that you know, I made the decision to go ahead and pass up the play calling and I'm gonna give it to Bill Lazor. Maggie's received plenty of criticism for his play calling this season with the Bears offense rank near the bottom in just about every statistical category, including dead last in rushing yards per game. We'll see about David Montgomery status for Monday night's match. Up against the Vikings. The running back remains in concussion protocol. College Football. Minnesota hosting Iowa Tonight, Northwestern looks to move to four No. When they visit produced tomorrow afternoon. We'll have that game here on WGN. Beginning at 3 30, the Miami Marlins, naming Kim Ang, the team's new general manager, making her the first female GM in the major leagues. She has 21 years of Big League experience in major league front office offices. She started her career with the White Sox. At 1990 Paul Horning. The Hall of Fame running back who starred for Notre Dame and the Packers has died morning won the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame. He was the NFL M V P in 1961. He played on four championship teams. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986 Paul Horning was 84 I'm Kevin Powell, WGN Sports Tom's Skillings forecast from the Perma CIA Weather Center tonight mainly clear chili alot of 33 degrees. Tomorrow we'll start out mostly Sunny cloud's do arrive in the afternoon. We'll have a high of 53 degrees but could see some rain around three or five PM it will become windy gusts bailed to 30 MPH Rain is likely overnight Sunday, very windy and turning even colder. A few spotty morning showers and then partly cloudy when gusts in the 45 to 55 mile per hour range. I have 44 degrees, but it will fall into the thirties. Your money on WGN. The Dow closed up 399 points. Nesic ended the day up. 119 points. The S and P 500 closed up 48 points. It's 34 degrees and Morris 34 in Waukegan and 38 degrees on the lakefront. I'm Lauren Latka on Chicago's very own. 7, 20, w G and Hey, you. Yes, you touch your teeth with your tongue. First, the top than the bottom notice.

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"wjw " Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"wjw " Discussed on WJR 760

"John R. street through the construction zone I'm Dan levy WJW whether first we are trying to weaken up the sun they clear this morning that a sunny afternoon with a high climbing to eighty four overnight clear conditions below sixty three a little bit warmer tomorrow with more sunshine and hide your eighty six from the weather channel I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher on newstalk seven sixteen WJAR find professional contractors you can trust it inside outside guys dot com now once again here can Calver Lee and Chuck Bridenstine welcome back to the inside outside guys a lot after that and learning twenty four seven the inside outside guys dot com the inside outside guys on Facebook coming up and just top of the hour we're gonna Michael Stotts cough from the southeast Michigan home builders association talking to us about the parade of homes you don't know what it is you wanna listen it's a really cool thing you should check out in the meantime we're gonna be taking your calls eight eight eight six five four guys which equals eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven let's go to the phones and talk to al from Taylor good morning L. you're out with the inside outside guys at W. J. R. good morning you guys are great thank you every region thank you very much my question is I have a house and I learned that I just bought it and I learned that it does flood a little bit around the area but I wanna lift a house up about two blocks you know up about maybe eighteen twenty inches off so is there a company out there that can lift a house up well there are yeah they're definitely companies that are but there's a lot a lot to do with that yeah it's one of those yeah you know if that's all you're doing is going up a couple blocks compared to when they were raising up items Stilson yeah that kind of thing which literally who will same is building a new house.

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"wjw " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Big radio show on this eleventh day of June two thousand twenty my name is Tom Sullivan so yesterday we were talking about the fact that gone with the wind H. B. O. his hold it they're not gonna show gone with the wind tell they haven't mandatory messy the I don't know go with this somehow and we've got a new one today this is a pop patrol paw patrol is a cartoon of little dogs that are dressed up with police home and hats on and they have I'm apparently sparked quite a reaction on Twitter that there are protests coming for paw patrol The New York Times television critic I said there's a wild reaction on social media over the Nickelodeon cartoon series paw patrol out of the fallout of the death of George Floyd and a pair it's a children's show well I mean like for little preschoolers but the main character is a German shepherd police dog and how that and other shows are deemed barber train the police in a positive light that's the beef that they're portraying the police in a positive light and now Nickelodeon is saying it was only a matter of time before the protest game for paw patrol it's a little children's cartoon with dog that's they run around and they do good things there there's a way that you know all children I think we're taught if you're in trouble or you need help look for policemen they'll help you so I I mean I'm I'm almost ready to give up I don't know what to say then we had live P. D. M. yesterday we found out it was cancelled the day before cops was canceled so here's the latest on cops and live TV once again our.

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Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes

"Sinclair broadcasting will pay the largest civil penalty involving a broadcaster in the federal communication commission's history the FCC says Sinclair agreed to pay forty eight million dollars and comply with efforts to close three open investigations involving a feel fated acquisition attempt of Tribune media stations in twenty eighteen Tribune media eventually terminated its merger agreement with Sinclair which is the largest owner of local television stations in the country locally Sinclair owns WJW channel

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"wjw " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This is the fox news rundown before all this coronavirus insanity you might have heard of the zoom and maybe even used it for business the conferencing company has grown over the years even becoming a publicly traded company is a dream coming true we'll have an opportunity to be a nonstop a public company CEO Eric you one zooms stock initially priced at thirty six dollars nearly a year ago back in April of twenty nineteen over the past three years zooming ploys we'll just so hard halfpennies twelve customers and partners I know missile products by the first of this year soon had nearly doubled to sixty eight dollars per share then came the virus and zooms boom along with other conferencing apps like Google hangouts and house party according to The New York Times rooms first time user downloads of its mobile app went from just over six million in February to seventy six million in March as soon as stock more than doubled hitting a high of a hundred sixty five dollars last month it is since come down hit by zoom bombers which is what hackers hijackers are called when the infiltrate these conference calls we're talking more calls personal calls even school work the FBI is now investigating at a time when so many of us rely on this kind of virtual contact Dave nearly overnight people went from living normal lives to living these online lives canoe sin is a fox technology expert but we know him better as Kurt the CyberGuy there were those who knew about many of the services that are now becoming familiar and then there is the vast majority of people who are finding it brand new and also running into some privacy challenges well yeah I mean face time people have been using that on the apple platform for years so a lot of people can face time and have been doing the face time the other thing that's exploded is the use of zoom how big was the zoom pre corona iris similar very healthy run company out of San Jose California yeah in the bay area where they were really targeting corporate clients and then nearly overnight because the systems hurried ability to be used on multiple platforms I could be hooked up with you with you know thirty other people and it didn't matter whether you had a PC or mac or android phone or a tablet or an iPad it all comes together and that's we're face time sort of falls off the planet because facetime requires you to have an apple device were one of the rare partners like Facebook has faced time built into their portal application which is great for older Americans but none the less doom is on the map and is same time we're realizing some shortfalls that they have it's easy as a service this year so they went and they jump in users and they have everybody doing soon my son uses it for his schooling my wife uses it for Friday night you know cocktail parties where you can be with anybody but you can talk to people with these weird backgrounds but with all of this being going on there is this thing called zoom bombing what is that we've been hearing a lot about this is embalming is where someone intrudes upon our hacks into one of your gatherings meetings or class lessons so the worst thing that goes on in this become commonplace now because there are there are pranksters to gather together and strategize on how to break in to for example sample your child's class environment and then other obscenities or insult teachers often times with Rachel offensive language and then we've even had people just to be on obscenities displaying things you would never want your children to see or be part of why what is the what why does anyone appointed to office your guess is as good as mine but chances are these pranksters who I think most of which started off as just being entertainment and then it turned into malicious real hate driven activities what what what motivates them who knows boredom hate the fact that they get to brag about it you see a lot of people posting on YouTube the pranks that they've been able to pull off and you too to their credit is is trying to gank those videos down I had to stop the behavior but one thing that I think a lot of people don't realize is superb are you know despite these issues zoom is new to a lot of us great hope you still should think of zoom is a great video conferencing application I'm not saying don't use it I'm saying use it without with a great deal of guard and an idea that you you really have to take privacy into your own hands here in terms of protecting it system has a lot of tools in their evolving so one thing to think about is let's say that your your child's taking class lessons and they're using zone you would want to make sure is apparent now to communicate with the school or the teacher saying Hey I just want to make sure that you're setting up proper privacy is to keep the zoom bombers out of my child's lesson are you back up a second because a lot of teachers are brand new to this two cards in school systems have never dealt with this before and they're implementing it quickly to try to get their kids still learning in this crazy environment so how easy is it to put these protections in place well you have to proactively go after them soon says that they're going to make them easier and they're going to turn them into defaults but the smartest thing to do right now is when you are the one hosting a zoom call which would be the teacher which would be the boss or whoever initiated a a corporate meeting or if you're getting together and you're the one hosting that five PM cocktail hour you want to go on their number one use a one time unique ID when you're hosting that meeting so when you're setting up the meeting you want to look at the options and choose generate automatically that unique ID and what that does is it removes that sort a license plate that comes with the sign up you ritually made as once somebody knows that ID they will call you and I'll just keep trying to get in to one of your calls should make that unique number to make sure you require a meeting password now said that they're going to make this a mandatory thing I don't I haven't seen it turned on yet doesn't mean it's not this morning but you want to set up a password so that invite all your people the meeting or the teacher invites all the kids and then gives them once they are SP Pete then gives them the password and it doesn't need to be complicated and the number three you can also select to put everybody who's joining this video meeting into a waiting room and then the teacher or you the host of the cocktail hour or the one hosting the meeting says yeah I recognize Dave I'm gonna let a man and only the people invited to get in and you can also you know that there's been some issues where people would put in appropriate things on screen sharing record them and post them on it may look like you posted something inappropriate what you don't want any of that to happen so you want to select also in the zoom controls only hosts can share the screen so if you go to navigate to personal net settings in meeting basic and choose only hosts can share the screen and that means no one else can put their junk up on everybody screen at any one time and you're in control of that is the host of the meeting and then uses the passwords don't have to be complicated Kerr to back up a little bit you know people hacked in the passwords all the time why is it not necessary to be complicated because in the in this particular case they're just gonna move on to somebody that's not using a password quite frankly these pranksters are not necessarily that sophisticated in terms of actors they're just disruptive and unruly and offensive so they're they're not smart enough quite yet to have come up with a password cracking applications using and drove making money and stealing money on this so I guess it's not worth it as of yet that we're aware of but do you can bet that's coming and it finally you know if you're hosting one of these things and for some reason somebody gets in years in call and you don't think they belong there or somebody gets out of hand you can hover over their name and then click to boot them out you can just remove them which is a really useful tool especially for teachers that that might have some kids that don't realize that their microphones on another person in the family walks in and suddenly you're you're witnessing some family drama when you should be focused on school now that hackers who were doing this the hijackers and the zoom bombers they have places online right where they gather they do they go and they brag and I'm not going to talk about where they are because I don't want to promote it but the fact is they go and they brag about this they also get together and they try to target certain things together and when when this first started happening where teachers started to post on say for example the school's website saying Hey all my classes are going to be held here that they went and told that in cap those codes so they keep trolling and seeing if there's a classroom open on that code you want to use a new code or they knew that the first if I had the unique ID every single time if you if you these are complicated when we're just talking about on the radio but if you want to step by step guide I put it online at cyber guy dot com because of what the zoom boomers are doing some schools are banning the conference service which is an important tool for so many for online learning with schools closed across America that includes New York City schools in Clark County Nevada doing the same thing banning's zoom in other school districts are as well or considering what to do Kurt the cyber guy is not on board with that I would say that that's a little too extreme at the moment but as my sister in law who is a teacher in the outskirts of New York at a long island area said you know he's banned from using it bullets are alternatives I don't know yet so and let the school system has an alternative to it as of yet I wouldn't say bail out of New York City they're directing the schools to use Microsoft teams what is the rate itself Microsoft teams is fantastic so it's another platform Microsoft come together with that and that I'm able to video conferencing is it is easy is them no is it more stable probably it and happy equipped everybody with that technology I don't know I have a mac you can still get into Microsoft teams so okay all right that multiple platforms it's easy to use probably little bit greater privacy I don't think it's free though so if you if you for example are hosting these big gatherings there's a cost to that what should people know is the teleconference and do all this so I mean we're in a brand new World War there someone's virtual everything eighties there are other ways people are putting themselves at risk yeah I mean I would just say this when you think you've turned it off maybe it happens so I would physically if you're able to turn off the microphone let's say that your your PC or your mac that you're using the way to just go into settings and disable the sound from going out so you're turning down the input should I put tape over the laptop well I had a camera I think when you see mark Zuckerberg Facebook put electrical tape over his webcams and then the baby sitter that yourself that's excellent excellent guidance Kerr canoed sin the cyber guy thanks so much for joining us they've always good here stay connected and informed.

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"wjw " Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Pam Coulter in Washington in what seems like the blink of an eye the house has just passed the two trillion dollar relief measure designed to bolster the coronavirus battered economy the latest from CBS's bill Rakoff the motion is adopted alone in bipartisan voice vote signaled the end of the sometimes rocky road for the legislation in Congress house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer this legislation represents a bipartisan results while a majority of Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the bill a small group including Colorado's can Buck oppose the measure as president trump said we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself lawmakers are already talking about what should be in fourth relief package bill right cough CBS news Washington president trump used Twitter to urge GM and Ford to step up efforts to build badly needed ventilators warning he could invoke the defense production act to force them to do so W. WJW Providence right scum as GM has been working to start ventilator production at an Indiana plant and Ford has been working with three M. in G. E. on medical supplies including ventilators the company say they've been looking at every possible part and harnessing the abilities of their suppliers as well a warning that some parts of the country faced more bad news on the virus earlier this week Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned this week was going to be a bad one now he tells CBS this morning we're hopeful that next week New York will start to come down because again their cases have started to level off and that's because they've been aggressive about their mitigation efforts we see that now that the places that have been aggressive about staying at home about keeping under groups attended been successful but we also see hot spots like Detroit what Chicago like New Orleans that will have a worse week next week the what they had this week Steve K. from CBS news it's already a dire situation in some New York City hospital civil command I get into bed if they die the cycle repeats Dr Steve kasa Peters works at a hospital in queens in Britain prime minister Boris Johnson revealed he tested positive for the corona virus and a new report indicates autism is increasing in the US but Michigan reports a new report from the CDC indicates one fifty four U. S. children were diagnosed with having autism in twenty sixteen that's up from one in fifty nine in twenty fourteen and one in sixty eight twenty twelve the CDC study indicates there's no longer a gap between the number of white and black children diagnosed the black children tend to get diagnosed at an older age on Wall Street the Dow was down five it's a six hundred one points this is CBS news the CBS world news roundup late.

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"wjw " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The American cancer society says forget the perception that only smokers get lung cancer back is still the most important risk factor for lung cancer about one in five lung cancer the current people who've never smoked on Thursdays the annual great American smoke out Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott Arizona now here's news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts another very warm day across San Diego county very likely we could tire break he records just like we did yesterday we could get to the upper eighties if not ninety degrees downtown San Diego today upper eighties low nineties for most of our inland valley communities on AM seven sixty eight I'm news a tether Myers well heather pick that one right now it's sunny and ninety downtown NFL football tonight the Chargers take on the chiefs in an AFC west showdown in Mexico City there's more Mike Slater coming up AM seven sixty talk and breaking news Tuesday morning Armstrong get a show the future of fireworks isn't fireworks it's drones and they're trying to see world now back to Mike's later named seven sixty talking breaking news twenty six weeks or so my three year old Justin the day Jackie said dad can you tell me what a solar eclipses I said no son practicing your dad jokes I see what I got out of the three yeah I have to I have three times as many yeah a lot of gray hairs right cities razing yeah Marcus in us my boss has a big in a little fat lately but you know my defense about a lot of my players sure yeah usually how that works every case the seller hi I am actually is kind of sentiment I haven't spoken to my wife in seven years but a one interrupter but I don't think that one plays very well happily married you know at our wedding everyone cried at our wedding everyone cracked even our wedding cake was in tears you can't yeah one for each yeah anyway I so welcome to the dead shall I guess there it is Eric Katie's hand the actual reason I hate them is because they out a hundred people are gonna call an S. Eric dad's fall please spare me please the so called an immense and Philip rivers and he's got nine kids and every time I think it's over now I got one of my all time favorite stories is when my wife struck up a twenty minute conversation with Philip rivers at the local park and thought he was just some guy from Alabama as for my favorite store it's and that's the way it should be yeah I'm sure he loved it yeah sure no idea just got home sales I have this governmental Bammer apart talked about it which refers to the park no no no he's from Alabama the yeah Philip rivers from Alabama this is a art more at this up with his leg African but here hi I recently became a father the father for the fourth time never so much applause on that part really.

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"wjw " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Foundation in eighty three but a permanent home until eighty six cities consider her Philadelphia home of American Bandstand the bulls were sun studios and all the greats of rock and roll record their choice for Motown along with Cincinnati New York in Cleveland Cleveland lobbied hard to city pledge sixty five million in public money for the construction they also cited WJW DJ Alan freed who coined the term rock and roll and the winner is. Cleveland. to do with the money they pledged the museum was in dedicated until nineteen ninety five your visiting glued to walk through the history of the music John were from the early years the sixties co existence with disco in the seventies and the evolution through the eighties nineties two thousands to today it's not dead just a little more underground. your first days no surprise Elvis James Brown Little Richard fats domino Ray Charles Chuck Berry Sam called the Everly brothers. didn't get in until eighty eight seven ninety five eagles ninety eight in the last couple years we saw a bunch of the def leopard Pearl Jam Stevie Nicks another's inducted tons of rock and roll memorabilia to see from James brown's jumps to Elvis's custom motorcycle seven levels here's a set aside some time and have lunch to the all excess cafe. leave your retirement adviser. the joy that life style set up for you and hit the road to the two sixteen of our city and what many call the rock and roll capitol of the world Cleveland. there are unbelievable.

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"wjw " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Friday morning here seven hundred W. O. WJW have powerful movies and stuff we thought about this weekend and that what I think is going to make one hell of a TV show like a Netflix or I don't know American crime something along those lines and that is is Jeffrey Epstein business first chair of the show this morning I had a guy and a forensic scientist of ETS one of those expert witnesses they call and paid witnesses that give a different set of eyes on a case in this case Jeffrey I've seen of course the allegedly billionaire money man who was charged with sex trafficking for second time held in jail and died by suicide we can go tomorrow shows his neck was a court in the preliminary autopsy report which you had not just the medical examiner York city in there you also have doctor doctor Michael Baden is done without as H. B. O. shows in a corner shows this and he was hired by the abstinence state to oversee it to you know be a second set eyes in there and it shows in his neck was broken in multiple places after meeting suicide end of the speculation is okay well and that this is the if you wanna listen the first are the pockets is amazing when things are talking about is a kind of crunch the numbers on saying object absences tall ceiling is eight feet tall the something to tie off to the ceiling so tied up in the bunk bed and had to get on his knees order strangle himself well how do you explain all the broken bones to which he said well you really can't there's a lot more questions and answers here because typically and strangulation death you don't see a lot of broken bones unless it's someone who's older who has osteoporosis in that case yeah but he sixty six in in pretty good health because he had a personal trainer in the out really took care of himself physically in that sense so he probably didn't have osteoporosis which you have to be I guess pretty deep osteoporosis for that to happen but nonetheless years ago was on suicide watch there's a lot of factors in there look first guy to say there's a lot of wild conspiracy theories the minute this thing I don't I maybe at the minute but within hours after his death see all this stuff all the implicated the Clintons tied to an enemy it's a little much so much but I at the same time a look well there is a lot more questions and answers a lot of there's a lot of sketchy stuff going on here and the more I think about it the more I hear about it guess what it doesn't clear it up it gets worse any just look at something so how high profile go how in the hell could they be so sloppy you have two guards of both of them not following orders to both filed road deliberately falsified reports they're in a high security federal prison which by the way this is the first death by suicide of an inmate there in forty years and it just happens to be the most high profile inmate in custody in the entire United States and they both fell asleep at the same time the camera wasn't working edit you kill himself in the exact window time where he would have the opportunity to do so with the two guards of fell asleep that's we're going with any kind of seven think even if you are a highly if you're PS meter set high and I'm not a big conspiracy guy I don't believe in all the skin but their time things happen you go this just doesn't add up and this is one of them I've always like kind of the true crime thing and I you know we do the I heart radio podcast when our biggest John was a podcast is is true crime in this is this absolute fits the bill of this thing and the guy had on his name is Erica Erica speaking of this expert witness and the eight and maybe to counter the balances on here come on Sloan conspiracy theories that before I get into this I want to play cut of what one of the things he said I'm early this morning at nine sixty here at all on on my podcast at seven hundred W. O. W. could dot com iRadio and up if you want to believe it's not a conspiracy theory here is where you would start with it because I I I've never heard anyone bring this angle up until expert he did on the show at nine oh six today and the question was okay is that there's if you're a basically excuse us away is just coincidence then it wasn't a a hit or a murder in the case of Jeffrey upstate what one piece of and what would you look at to tilt that away from conspiracy in towards the fact that that he killed so what would you be looking for his answer well that is one of the main thing that I have heard people talk about enters in hand to hand violent crime situations another shooting from a hundred yards in even in the case of life in the beating and strangling anything like that you're gonna have resistance from the victim whether they see it coming or not especially the strangling they're gonna have some time to react all be it might be unsuccessful in the mud over a be overcome at some point in time but they're gonna have some resistance not mean that resistance your typical gonna have lighting kicking scratching things like that maybe punching you're gonna find in the case of it not you're gonna find defensive wounds on the hands of someone coming at me with American I try to put the ball to get cut from my hands first hopefully before I would get them on my body but eventually if the person had a knife I might be overcome so in the case of a strangling I'm good at you do they have their hands the form or something else around your throat you're gonna be scratching and clawing at that person's arm for that person black or whatever's around the throat or whatever they're holding around your throat to try to get it all but normal in studies have shown and I believe the Cincinnati autopsy the county autopsy did a study on this as well or maybe it was northern Kentucky many different places and they found percentages of five ninety percent of victims of violent crime have the DNA of the attacker under their fingernails so if we were to get the DNA underneath the fingernails initiative and part of the autopsy and part of the preservation of evidence it's going to tell you things number one the real big conspiracy theorist in a telephone is it really Jeffrey up thing Doris even if the N. F. under there yeah number two if there is a foreign DNA it's going to tell us that he had contact in uses fingernail on someone that is highly likely that it was an attacker at that point in time he came into contact with and of course the limited availability of who that could have been a figure that out from there yeah that's in and there's more that it's on my podcast page it really is it's interesting so if you're looking at a few conspiracy go okay well let's see if there's DNA under the fingernails which can be this whenever conspiracy person is to go well like the on my work gloves a date holds hands down a clean his fingernails before the I guess it's a possible early him of the clean strike and then I can instantly instantly killing broke his neck that's a possibility to as well but there's just so many different things in here she may have been drive me crazy the more that it comes out in just how interesting it is I've seen so many means and messages about you know people in their theories on what happened Jeffrey abstain and evolving the Clintons in the the Illuminati and yeah and and I think you just go there it's it really is you got dropped you've got a claim you've got prince Andrew plus a whole bunch of other people coming out that he said he was basically gonna name names on I mean you start there and go there's a lot of powerful people who don't want that to come out and all of a sudden guess what eighteen coming out now because the guy's dead and what when you just run down the list of inconsistencies alike from that to you've got two guards who I guess work properly trained I don't know if that's a conspiracy or just the way things are but after comes out says lamina name names and a few names came out arena ready here's a guy that was on suicide watch three weeks early found unconscious in a cell with a cut on his wrists they somehow took him off a suicide watch as two weeks earlier there is no video because the cameras malfunction but then they also have other camps that show the guards not doing their rounds and these are guards it's left to their shift now if if you do that I'm thinking okay one geyser protect one guide stay away can you do and chips right because you know that is a high profile asset that you're guarding but they're mostly but at the same time that's a little weird to me plus the other thing is this this jail has not seen a successful suicide in forty years this is the guy that without prior approval in made in America eight in in in the exact moment he has the opportunity kills off that's when he does it just it leaves you scratch your head and of course the nature of his death and to the point of the point is well why we just kill himself going well here's a guy who god it mentally a slap on the wrist so it was literally I only got house arrest but it was one of those deals in what they call it where you can go work all day and then you check in at the jail at night to basically sleep at the jail and there's enter it into the interview the guy who drove him around as Russian former MMA fighter which is a whole separate thing on a time to get into middle do that on Monday that that said well yeah my job was to pick him up at the it pick them up drive around all day and the drop off in jail at night so he was even do like super hard time for the crimes he committed which is a little weird considering the nature of the crimes right so here's a guy who thought I'm Jeff Rense I got money got power no people and got kind not gonna happen to me so why would he want to kill himself because he's a ready is should be the rap once before usually those guys are and I don't know for sure this give me you guys are pretty cocky right I am to be does I'm not gonna get convicted again look at some of the child the predators out there even outside of the church a look look at Jerry Sandusky right back I still think even doing wrong it's all these like walk out of jail that's all those guys are wired as a matter of fact the case of that scene of the day before when his attorneys left he said to them also you said I'll see you Sunday he said that to them it was a like a double all see tomorrow any I'll see tomorrow is that okay all see Sunday it will what he's gonna kill myself it's just it's I'm not saying it didn't happen the way the narratives going right now but there's a hell of a lot of questions out there that have to be answered you may not be a big conspiracy buff at all and I believe any of this nonsense but this to me is a really interesting one yeah there's all sorts of conspiracy flying on every case out there is you know it's alright it's a false flag it's this it's a come on it's just your nine eleven yeah it actually happen the Holocaust really was a thing yes it actually happened but this one hello can I can I act I gotta find more evidence of this thing and that's where it stands today anyway we'll find out what the what the autopsy results are at some point.

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"wjw " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Friday morning here seven hundred W. O. WJW have power to movies and stuff for the thought about this weekend at and I what I think is going to make one hell of a TV show like a Netflix or I don't know American crime something along those lines and that is is Jeffrey Epstein business first serve the show this morning I had a guy in the forensic scientist obeys one of those expert witnesses they call and paid witnesses that give a different set of eyes on a case in this case Jeffrey I've seen of course the allegedly billionaire money man who was charged with sex trafficking for second time held in jail and died by suicide we can go tomorrow shows his neck was a court in the preliminary autopsy report which you had not just the medical examiner York city in there you also have doctor doctor Michael Baden is done without as H. B. O. shows in a corner shows us and he was hired by the abstinence states to oversee it to you know be a second set eyes in there and it shows in his neck was broken in multiple places after committing suicide end of the speculation is okay well and that this is if you wanna listen the first on the podcast is amazing when things are talking about is a kind of crunch the numbers on saying object absences tall ceiling is eight feet tall the something to tie off to the ceiling so tied up in the bunk bed and had to get on his knees order strangle himself well how do you explain all the broken bones to which he said well you really can't there's a lot more questions and answers here because typically in the strangulation death you don't see a lot of broken bones unless it's someone who's older who has osteoporosis in that case yeah but he sixty six in in pretty good health because he had a personal trainer and you know really took care of himself physically in that sense so he probably didn't have osteoporosis which you have to be I guess pretty deep osteoporosis for that to happen but nonetheless years ago was on suicide watch there's a lot of factors in there look first guy to say there's a lot of wild conspiracy theories the minute this thing out and I maybe at the minute but within hours after his death is in a list of all the implicated the Clintons tied to an enemy it's a little much hello March but I at the same time a look well there's a lot more questions and answers a lot of there's a lot of sketchy stuff going on here and the more I think about it the more I hear about it guess what it doesn't clear it up it gets worse any just look at something so how high profile go how in the hell could they be so sloppy you have two guards of both of them not following orders to both filed a deliberately falsified reports they're in a high security federal prison which by the way this is the first death by suicide of an inmate there in forty years and it just happens to be the most high profile inmate in custody in the entire United States and they both fell asleep at the same time the camera wasn't working eight eight kill himself an exact window time where he would have the opportunity to do so with the two guards of fell asleep that's we're going with any kind of seven think even if you are a highly if you're PS meter set high and I'm not a big conspiracy guy I don't believe in all this can but there are two other things happen you go this just doesn't add up and this is one of them I've always like kind of the true crime thing and I you know we do the I heart radio podcast when our big Sean was a podcast is is true crime in this is this absolute fits the bill of this thing and the guy had on his name is Erica Erica speaking of this expert witness and the eight and maybe to counter the balances on here come on Sloan conspiracy theories that before I get into this I want to play kind of what one of the things he said I'm early this morning at nine sixty here at all on on my podcast at seven hundred W. O. W. could dot com iRadio and up if you if you want to believe it's not a conspiracy theory here is where you would start with it because I I I've never heard anyone bring this angle up until expert he did on the show at nine oh six today and the question was okay there there's if you're a basically excuse us away is this coincidence it wasn't a a hit or a murder in the case of Jeffrey upstate what one piece of and what would you look at to tilt that away from conspiracy in towards the fact that that he killed so what would you be looking for his answer well that is one of the main things that I have heard people talk about in theirs in hand to hand violent crime situations another shooting from a hundred yards in even in the case of life in the beating and strangling anything like that you're gonna have resistance from the victim whether they see it coming or not especially in a strangling they're gonna have some time to react albeit it might be unsuccessful in the mud over a be overcome at some point in time but they're gonna have some resistance not been that resist since your typical gonna have whiting kicking scratching things like that maybe punching you're gonna find in the case of it not you're gonna find defensive wounds on the hands of someone coming at me with a knife and I try to put the ball to get cut from my hands first hopefully before I would get them on my body but eventually the person had a knife I might be overcome so in the case of a strangling I'm good at they have their hands the form or something else around your throat you're gonna be scratching and clawing at that person's arm for that person black or whatever's around the throat or whatever they're holding around your throat to try to get it all but normal in studies have shown and I believe the Cincinnati autopsy the county autopsy did a study on this as well or maybe it was northern Kentucky many different places and they found percentages of five ninety percent of victims of violent crime have the DNA of the attacker under their fingernails so if we were to get the DNA underneath the fingernails initiative and part of the autopsy and part of the preservation of evidence it's going to tell you things number one for the real big conspiracy theorist of detail is it really Jeffrey up thing the receiving the N. F. under there yeah number two if there is a foreign DNA it's gonna tell it he had contact in uses fingernail on someone that is highly likely that it was an attacker at that point in time but he came into contact with and of course the limited availability of who that could have been a figure that out from there yeah that's in in there's more that it's on my podcast page it really is it's interesting so if you're looking at the view conspiracy go okay well let's see if there's DNA under the fingernails which can be easier this whenever conspiracy person is to go well like the ally wore gloves a date hold is hands down the cleanest fingernails before the I guess that's a possibility him of the clean strike and then acting out instantly instantly kill and broke his neck that's a possibility to as well but there's just so many different things in here should have been drive me crazy the more that it comes out in just how interesting it is I've seen so many means and messages about young people and their theories on what happened Jeffrey abstain and evolving the Clintons in the the Illuminati and you know and and I think you just go there it's yes you got dropped you've got a claim you've got prince Andrew plus a whole bunch of other people coming out that he said he was basically gonna name names on I mean you start there and go there's a lot of powerful people who don't want that to come out and all of a sudden guess what it ain't coming out now because the guy's dead and what when you just run down the list of inconsistencies in the light from that to you've got two guards who I guess work properly trained I don't know if that's a conspiracy or just the way things are but after consensus lamina name names and a few names came out arena ready here's a guy that was on suicide watch three weeks early found unconscious in a cell with a cut on his wrists they somehow took him off a suicide watch as two weeks earlier there's no video because the cameras malfunction but then they also have other camps that show the guards not doing their rounds and these are guards it's left to their shift now if if you do that I'm thinking okay one geyser both are one guide stay away can you do and chips right because you know that is a high profile asset that you're guarding but they're mostly but at the same time that's a little weird to me plus the other thing is this this jail has not seen a successful suicide in forty years this is the guy that without prior approval in made in America eight eight eight in the exact moment he has the opportunity kills off that's when he does it just it leaves you scratch your head and of course the nature of his death and to the point of the point is well why not just kill himself gone well here's a guy who guide admittedly a slap on the wrist a it was literally I wanted to house arrest but it was one of those deals in what they call it where you can go work all day and then you check in at the jail at night to basically sleep at the jail and there's injured it interesting interview the guy who drove him around as Russian former MMA fighter which is a whole separate thing on a time to get into middle do that on Monday that that said well yeah my job was to pick him up at the it pick them up drive around all day in the drop off in jail at night so he was even do like super hard time for the crimes he committed which is a little weird considering the nature of the crimes right so here's a guy who thought I'm Jeff Rense the I got money got power I know people and got kind not going to happen to me so why would he.

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"wjw " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"wjw " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"When you thought it was safe to go outside the town with the same name as a fictional cat a seventy nine year old woman has been sentenced to jail time for feeding stray cats no not the band who have fallen on hard times the store is a little less straightforward than you believe Nancy sig kula of Garfield heights Ohio told the CNN affiliate WJW that the animals started showing up a few years ago after a neighbor moved away leftist cats being a cat lover she was worried about them started feeding them may not seem like a big deal it's something people do across the country but it's a legal fees stray dogs or cats in Garfield heights neighbors complaining call the animal warden and Segura said she started receiving citations for her of an offense in twenty seventeen city law director Tim Riley disputes the claim said she started receiving citations in twenty fifteen and is received more than four over the past four years this by the way was not her first conviction choose convicted after first citation in twenty fifteen cents to two years of probation and twenty seventeen don't you dare get stopped in possession of Friskies having too many animals are not disposing of the ways that's often found the neighbors yards almost could pull open the arts but the casket cats can't she was told not to feed the strays anymore but he says that request was ignored at a probation hearing in may she received a ten day jail sentence that was to spend with the understanding she would no longer be the enemy coming around the door me holding all the time the most recent citation after to appear in court after more complaints came in about the animals amid the feeding the cats and was sentenced to the jail time starting August of twenty two cats removed from our house you know what that thing smelled like my god like a punch in the face when you on that house twenty two cats we'll all twenty two at good news no.

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"wjw " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"wjw " Discussed on WTVN

"Senator Rob Portman issued a statement after President Trump Friday night announced the administration had reached an agreement with the government of Mexico to avoid tariffs Portman committed the president for working with the Mexican government to reach an agreement to stem the flow of people coming across the southern border from Central America. Portland has also hopeful the agreement pays the way for both the house and Senate to move quickly and past the US, Mexico, Canada trade agreement, which is critical to Ohio workers. Farmers and manufacturers governor Mike dewine beefing up the state's team that inspects county jails across the Buckeye state. According to the Associated Press to wind cited the discrepancies reports about the cuyahoga county jail, which had eight inmate deaths and twenty eighteen the State Department of rehabilitation and corrections, twenty seventy report on that jail showed few issues other than overpopulation. But just a year later US, marshals found inhumane conditions and civil rights abuses. The wind said, adding more staff will allow inspectors to do more comprehensive reviews. Jails. Yeltsin wants unannounced inspections to be permitted. I'm Scott Jennings. Water restrictions have been lifted at Mount Carmel grove city hospital after a recent outbreak of legionnaires disease, Ohio department of health director. Dr Amy Acton issued a statement on Thursday saying efforts made by hospital administrators, for fact, of and preventing the water borne bacteria from becoming a larger problem a total of fourteen patients contracted the disease storing the outbreak resulting in one death. There have been a high number of homicides in Cincinnati over the past seven days on Friday morning, twenty eight year old Paris crossed he became the six person Sean and killed in the last seven days crossed he was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say they have surveillance video of a suspect. They say the shooter and a champagne colored Chevrolet Impala was barring a white shirt, I'm Sean Gallagher. The latest trending.

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"wjw " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"wjw " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Disapproving of the tariffs. And unlike when they did this once before when they disapproved of his declaration of a national emergency at the border, they may in fact have a veto proof majority this time around. That's how much opposition there is from both parties to what the president is proposing. Mexico is America's largest trading partner. Oh my goodness. Oh, happy day speaker, Nancy Pelosi on house legislation that was passed that moves the American dream and providence toward full passage in the house. It now heads the Republican controlled Senate, which is unlikely to consider it turns out, white meat chicken may not be as good for you, as I thought university of California, San Francisco study finds the effects of white and red meat's on participants cholesterol levels were identical. When? Saturated fat levels were equivalent, CBS, Dr Taryn, Rula, white meat or red meat, regardless of how much saturated fat is in the diet. You raise your levels of LDL bad cholesterol by about the same amount. And you raise them more than if you wait a plant based diet for these second time in as many days, another data breach, this one involving Labcorp and a third party collection firm, see nets, Laura, how Tula billing company that was actually hacked said that they have a limited amount of actual insurance information stored and payment information stored. So it's not a so you're full medical record have been stolen. This is CBS news. WBZ news time two three. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic.

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"wjw " Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"wjw " Discussed on 1075 KZL

"So if you are just joining us, we just had a big article about how measles are back in a big way. Yeah. And that's not good news over a hundred cases have been confirmed since the beginning of the year. And I think that is the big story there. It's spreading quickly. Let's go to Joanna Joanna. You have something to say about this measles outbreak. I think you people are idiots for pushing that agenda I have four kids, and I have never had him vaccinated because it makes them sick. I mean, don't you know that you can get autism. Well, that's okay. I don't feel like I have an agenda. I'm not pushing an agenda on, you know, just what's pharma is. Oh, come on. I mean, haven't you heard of Dr Andrew Wakefield's movie backs? I haven't. The one that are don't you feel as though you're putting your kids at risk by not giving them a vaccine, and they could be susceptible to the measles. Are these other? I'm saving my kids from getting autism kidding me. Seriously. Like, you wanna talk about somebody who's calling in to push an agenda. What is her name Joanna Joanna? How about the fact that here we are trying to protect people who can't protect themselves. Like, that's fine. I don't I don't think anybody on our show is saying this is how you need to raise your kids. And this is what you need to do if you're a parent. But what I am saying is apparent is whatever you choose to do or not do for your kids should not have an effect on my children U babies, Katie be vaccinated in the very beginning. And that's a time when they can pick up any germ that anybody is spreading Canadian your kid way too soon. I mean have a your Jenny McCartney too much too soon McCarthy. Yeah. But she also has gotten some blowback because she went on the air and said my child has autism, right? Because of vaccines in that has been debunked. The mega medical field that you should. How do you explain one of my friends she had her child vaccinated and literally right after he got shot? He turned blue and stopped breathing. Okay. And he was he was fine before all of that. You tell me about that. Well, we can't. I mean, we weren't there. You know? There are some sort of allergic reaction that could is risk with any sort of educational show back after that. No more vaccines for that trial at World War. I think like said like if you wanna raise your kids a certain way, but you're not allowed to have your kids in school vaccines. Now, you're gonna homeland do all that stuff. Are you hot for children ten seven four and one and I home school them because of that? I don't want them getting autism or getting injured from vaccine. Hey, yeah. I seriously want her to stop saying that because there's going to be somebody who is going to tune in. And think that that is what we are saying like it has been debunked time and time again that vaccines do not cause autism. My kids have not gotten sick from anybody's childhood diseases and many years ago when I would get the flu shot. Let me tell you. I I stopped getting there was a long time ago. I would always get sick for three days like many flew for three days every single time. Even my parents, they get vaccinated. They wanted to getting the flu and all kinds of things. So even getting vaccines, don't protect you totally from getting it. But you're willing to based on let me Joanna she's calling. You were talking about the new measles outbreak. That's spreading fast because people not getting vaccinated. So you're willing to put your children. At risk of measles. Rubella polio. Possibly you. Never know never know based on junk, scientists says that children can get autism from vaccines, which has been debunked. And because you've been sick a time or two from the flu, which you don't know. Had the flu. I mean is is that worth the risk to you? Well, I don't want them my kids getting autism. I don't want them getting these other diseases because of this. I've had friends who have now their children. You know, what some of them are two years old, and they're barely talking. Okay. And you think that that's all because of a vaccine? Yeah, they followed all the vaccine schedule. There's just way too many of them way too, many of them. Okay. Okay. Well, we appreciate it. We can disagree vehemently. But we do accept all opinions, and we would chance kids vaccinated. I I mean, I think we should still have the choice. And I think they're trying to take away the choice while your kids. Don't have a choice. You're not doing it for them. I hope that nothing happens to them. I really do. I agree. Yes. Okay. And stay far away from my children. That's all I have to say. Thank you. That's a scary. You're you know, as a parent, you're trying to do everything you can to give your kids the best chance. I agree with that. Let's go to Melissa Melissa. What are your thoughts on this measles? Outbreak in vaccines, and all that she just infuriated me seventy eight percent of the population has an IQ of hundred or below and you're eighty five to one hundred and you're speaking. One. I'm so glad you hung up with her. I I'm not one of those people. Thank god. I will see her for children, and I'll raise one I have five children. Okay. All of them have been vaccinated. My young. My middle child was the first to receive the Gardasil vaccine in my pediatrician's office. You get a new vaccinate vaccine. They're going to get it because I'm gonna protect much from everything that's out there. We have our principal. Right. It's obligations. Protect our children. I'm not going to send them out in the world, not protected, and they need to stay on Facebook. Or all the social media that are spreading propaganda. Every bit of research supports that autism is not caused by these vaccines. Exactly this ludicrous. To say this. Let's say there are some. And this is a this could be a touchy subject, obviously. You know, there's there's risk in everything we do when we have a surgery there's risk involved. And there may be an even if there was in my opinion, slight risk of vaccinations of causing a problem, which is terrible. Because but overall your chances are better to prevent death per se in some cases of getting vaccinated because our medical advances show that this is the best thing to do. Let's go to Erica Erica. What are your thoughts about? We just had a caller who said that she doesn't vaccine good or kids vaccinated. What are your thoughts on this shot? I figure there's the vaccination for stupidity. Oh, I have never heard somebody yourself so done in my life. She sounded like Trump like. He just made that man, south smart. I'm gonna say that she didn't say that mass. Erica tells how you really care. All your opinions about everything. Mary. What do you think about this vaccines? If you're not getting kids vaccinated for measles. Well, I think that is out women that was speaking how I felt is that she would rather have a child that was sick or possibly die. Then rather have a child that has autism. My daughter is AFC one. And I also have two nephews that are also artistic and she is beautiful. She is smart. She is amazing. She has a therapist psychologist and all of them say that it is genetic base. I mean, just to say, I do not want my my son or daughter to become artistic or to have autism. I mean, that's kind of like I just feel like they're slamming people that do have autism. Well. False information. Yeah. But that is that's a very beautiful point that you just made is that there are families who who have children who have autism and they're thriving and they're doing the best. They can. And then that woman takes to the airwaves to say rather. My, you know, anything. Right. Thank you Mary. We are big supporters of ABC school absolutely foundations for autism. And so were Katie got us turn onto that years ago? I'm so glad she did. We learned.

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