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"wavell" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"I don't think they're a fifty one team but anywhere from like forty five forty seven. Forty eight wins. I could see the bulls is getting this year. It's sores real interesting. Because i do think the pacers are good litmus test for chicago because I think both the i would personally. I'm higher on chicago this year than than indiana part of that might make bias from from covering the team like a i. I think that you can look at it chicago. And so i think there i mean they have the best player in zach levine. I would say that he's the best player out of both teams personally I think overall you have just the the best collection of high talent and offensive talent Better self creation. I know that there are more questions about the defense. And i'm i. I'm not as questioning with indiana's defense. They're going to revert back to some better base stuff. This year lake just point being like. I think there's there's more there that you feel a little bit more comfortable with in In terms of higher level creation on the bulls. which is you know. That's not what everything deduces down to but to me. I think that matters a little bit more like like i. I would trust the Our trust the bulls if okay. Let's this it's a very herky-jerky wavell blake. If i give the bulls one possession to score in the half court compared to the pacers having a score one possession half court. I probably believe in. Let's say throwing coaches out like if we were playing straight rec league park you know. Ymca ymca i here. I trust in the bulls to throw out something that is going to result in a bucket. More often pacers And that's that might be like the most asinine way possible of looking at whether or not i will even a team. But i just think that the bulls just have a little bit more than i think is compelling to me in terms of higher talent. But i'm definitely changed up throughout the year. But i agree. Like and. That's just my estimation to like. I think this team i would agree. Like probably around sixty like i think my range with them in my preseason preview right now is like i think four to nine. I'd be shocked if they don't make the playing game. But i think it's entirely possible that they do end up in the plane like just given the way like if things really don't hit in some ways and things really hit for other teams or their injuries that you can't really see now that pop up which i hope don't but you know that's always a factor I think you could say that. But i also think if things really do click if the offense is awesome the defenses like seventeenth or eighteenth or something like that and they have a good stretch of health like i could very wealthy than being a top four seed army national. Just say for. I would be kinda surprised muscle behind that but as far as playoffs..
"wavell" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
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"wavell" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"Like honestly the stuff that people get in there the end but like sometimes like the other stuff might other girlfriends will tell me and some of my guy friends like i have guy friends. I will post the same with the screen shots of like the things that like before. Damning them like ham people be wild. They don't they don't they. Don't care about these screen shots. And i'm yanni are one of our. Juanito friends. um she does. Those does like a sick dog radio and again it's very. It's wildly some of that. People say i can imagine when you are thinking about this and like i do think though like you did like spin it in a really nice. That's been but you kinda were like alright like i'm not going to be addicted. These people also I don't think that. I want to normalize to like people getting compliments from other guys too. 'cause i gotta say girls were pretty good but most of these compliments were coming from other guys the getting that stuff. I just want people to not feel like they should be offended when they get hit on or something like that. I don't know. I think it's just like it can still be something that's funny and no one's getting hurt any no and now i just sort of. Don't engage with those comments. Like common. That i just sort of don't engage in. Just let him be. I don't even like him. And i like all the other ones that are talking about like what a funny insight instead of like you know. What a funny sight in between your legs or whatever it is do so i think the power with great power comes great constraint responsibility and trying to wear compression shorts by grace lapan seasons not something that we also while because as a female like. I never look at that on. I don't look it or woman or a man. When i look at like that part of their body doing ticked off. Yeah i don't know. And then like i remember to let you both singles like oh my god like should i be looking at my vagina when i pulses like a someone's gonna call it out. I'm like nobody's ever done that but is out of thing. I mean other than camel. Till i feel like that's the only thing that is ever out on yells or muslim guy with no. I mean i think the other day my friend called me out on. He said we were doing a commercial for target. We're gonna be making multiple target by the way commercial target and they were dressing us for like you know in all these different target clothes and My friend who was there who was also in the commercial he was like you're wearing your pants wearing a diaper and i was like what do you mean like. They're so low to low leading pull them up and then he pulled up my pants and it was just like moose knuckle and i was like target is not going to want this. Like you've got to figure out what to wear the goal. The right type of pants and stuff so i don't think it's like like i said i think it's like a normal thing. Everybody has a body. Every body has a lot of them. Something and i think that. Don't i'm just gonna come out with with the only line of pants just for guide. There's gotta be a lot of guys that have continually suffering in the do the do the talk for men 'cause they have the leggings. I'm like i'm like. I don't know i haven't. I saw two people wearing the talk to girls wearing to talk like it's st peak on. Speak on that please. Because i am defined this for someone who's not active in talk picked up these. Are these leggings that sort of lift up your but they just raised a little weird like diamond shape. Diamond rainier the material. Kind of okay. Like i don't know how to explain it but it reminds me of like an eagle waffle in like a moon grader like outright like the texture looking looking away like i yeah like figuring out this hands of how to lift the but i saw and i thought that they look good. The butts look good but you know that it's the pants you know what i'm saying at this point. It's so recognizable. Wanted her bra for your for your bud. Yeah but in but it would be like something to do that. In general there are definitely a lot of brands lululemon. Does that like but the problem is that those are so recognizable that you don't that is the first thing you think. Oh she got. They got the leggings. Oh they work out you know so it just so i understand what you're saying amigo going out with the muscles who you know and being like and i guess i guess for that for for man they would just be the just putting a sock inside of the The big wrong feel like a lot of eighties movies. Had like characters putting your. You're gonna love this free. Wavell free free. The nipples praises that. We just did a whole episode on circumcise and non circumcised. So it's been it's been a little with the guest. Oh just i was. I brought it up. Of course yes. I keep doing a like it saying about dick's that i'm not trying to but there is. There is something interesting about using tick talk as a way to. I mean it's so fascinating to me. This idea of these tectonic leggings like no one knows what their brand is but just by the way that they look you know exactly where people got that and for someone who works in advertising. Mike there is something really interesting to about a you using. Because you're talk handle is the millennial lithuania right. And you really are very active in like all the trends and stuff like that. How hard is it free to be on top of all these trends because to me it feels like there's a new trend every second. You know what i mean. Yeah you're always so in the note like teach me. I don't i don't do every trend. I don't do stuff. It seems like i do like a lot of things because you only get. I think the ones that. I hit on where the ones that are really. I can work to my advantage. I can give them a fun. Twist that is like a good. I think it's all about less about copying trends but seeing a trend and seeing if you can give it your own twist you know so for asleep the how it how it started. How it's going that. I was like okay. That's a post that we can do for millennial three at how we started like selling these things from like our apartment's like thousand you know like shipping amount versus now like warehouses target just like filled with like videos everywhere though. That was like okay. That's the way we can spend it. Say something about ourselves or You know they used to be these misheard lyrics Sounded english and spanish. Good run with a couple of that. And i was like. Oh let's do this. This seems fun. I did a bunch of stuff medieval when medieval music. I love doing that. Because i love taking old things and mixing them with new things to me. That's where my my. I live in my space and so i think to me. That's that's sort of been has been going and i think also just just wear gray sweatpants in your thing. Yeah no but i will say that. Take talk things really cool because we had been posting are not take posted anything about military. We are just posting random stuff. Because i really started to talk because i needed to. I was like this is getting big. I should probably reserve my handle like you know like there's a handle old kylie. There's like i don't know. I'm like i'm sure you know this. I'm like a chance highly. Everything baby kylie teammates like literally everything she has. All of them like are good. People won't take or they do something for them. Yeah exactly so..
"wavell" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"In Saint spiders folding down on you? I'm sorry You weren't dreaming. It wasn't a nightmare. It's actually happening in Western Australia. Let's just all keep calm. Okay? Western Victoria, not western Australia, if only maybe the window, picked him up and carry them away. Clean Jasper. It's on ABC Rural reporter who's here to help us get around this nightmarish situation. Good morning, Clint. Morning, Clammy. Where do we find you this morning? I'm on a farm between coloration and harrow, and we're just about to start. Preg testing some youth say all part of the glorious farming cycle here this morning held before you get to the old practicing off the use. Can you take us through What's happening? I'm told that Spider's a raining down in the sky. Yesterday after yesterday's morning shoot. I met one of my friends for lunch in Bella Raton. She has just had a baby and mentioned on the way there. She was, like so many spiderwebs on the crab like, Yeah, not on the tram. And then as I started driving to the next destination, basically from Cholera at the next stop, was in like a bull at literal spiderweb. Just raining from the sky away through the power lines, senses hanging from trees just but trump big enough that you could see them doing that and on the road. Was doing a 3 60 of the car right now. Yeah, that body has attached to it. But this this is this freakish one off event or is this is part of the seasonal cycle of I'm not sure greeting and migration. Told My personal panic is a moment panic because the locals are very used to it and what I've witnessed is apparently quite a mild case was looking at some photos last night when I was trying to work out what was going on and in other years where it's gone quite cold quite quickly. Um, entire landscapes have bean richly blanketed in Spider webs. It looks like yes, the whole landscape is defending wrapped in one big Spider Web site. Thankfully, I'm not in that situation at the moment, but the locals are all totally chilled. Absolutely. This was saying, Wait till I get scolded. You see, even more of them, But I'll be back in moving by then. So hopefully I went about this sort of public service announcement that city slickers need to be aware if they were to encounter these everything is cool. Yes, I the spot is apparently cruel Tol the highest place they can win. It starts to get cold and stick their abdomens in the air and shoot out the silt So That put sends it flying across the landscape. Someone's take to decide. Same thing happened in your belly yesterday. Spider webs everywhere. Someone else's I'm in Western Victoria and currently freaking out. Glad I'm not the only one. But yes, I'm a farmer in Southwest Vick tweeted me when I asked if this was all normal on whether I should be turning around on d. Yeah, he assured me that it could potentially even this year. Get, um Don't wanna say worse, but a lot more abundant this bit more. We'll be okay. Well, thank you for the update, and to helping us perhaps calm down a little bit. Klinger, no way She's contest for their ABC rural Lexington, Waverly. Good morning, Jack. Good morning, Sammy Going What would you like to claim for your 10? What I'd like to climb kept food because I believe my two cats really helped during the meetings and negotiations, and in what way? Well, I think most people's animals joined in, and there's a room meetings and that top of thing during lockdown, and I think they really hope you're straining economy. Morale wa So do you think, actually adding to captivity negotiation? You know what? That night? How can you not negotiate when you're seeing a cat's face or Or all the dog jumping up on the on the bench or something like that. I think that that kept their economy going and Joe and their companies Look, Jack. I'm gonna get out on a limb off the back of my chat with Tim Low assistant commissioner and say he's probably gonna go for this. Well, I think that's extremely disappointing. Actually, you know, I think that's really disappointing for all of us. Pit on is and adopt aged during lockdown. Not to mention the cats. Little listening. Hey, what do your cat's name is, Joe? Well, I actually have Nelson on Di had circle, but Fogel actually passed away at the end of lockdown on now we have just adopted Barry from Ballarat. Brilliant. Well, look to them. That will to you. That will always be. It seems more than texted actions because that's not gonna be possible. But given the pet from us, Thank you. Bye. Jeez, jacking Glenn Wavell, its 25 past seven. I feel the need to sing you a song. This is one that Well, Every musical comedian has to at some point down the Peter Allen pets and Well, that moment came for me last night, so I believe Frost have another sound wizard and he's a wizard. Don't you worry. He's sweating from the temple. He is sweating bullets, but we're ready to go. Let's do this. Dean to city but always locked down from Paris. Auckland on old London town..
"wavell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Planet all they want, but they're going AP. Wavell they say's that the mood SICA intervene in the internal TCS Ultimo pasando Orlando People support allow recording said they don't know their place. But there's six of us to know about program alarm. Ayana Ayla No, actually does know entices single guy. You must be that they say. For much of the CIA. Be a big day doesn't go by the book guy. Those exceeding this honey jar ravine. See in those seats when they see it, they train they see it. That dream date raise. In Cannes on the way they eye witness news contact. So in Nancy Albert is less Noticias. Nobody today Most people they go these last years. The Central Moto and Saddle Sore for Janki Necesita Bebel, Ian, director Koalas Noticias de Mora, confusing India INFORTY models in January I with this news, local contact Momentos on that summer's.
"wavell" Discussed on KOMO
"Tom Cutler has more from this works desk. The Seahawks observing their usual Tuesday day off from practice but doesn't mean coach Pete Carroll on GM John Schneider aren't busy trying to find replacements for Bruce Irvin and Marqise Blair, who were both hurt and are out for the season with knee injuries suffered against New England on Sunday night. Hugo Ahmadi out of the University of Oregon filled in for Blair and coach Carroll thought he did a good job. He really was active. You know he's ever since he's been on the field force and special teams for when he plays. His shows up and he's got great burst T get to the ball and very active Football Party just missed breaking that pass up, Really. He had his hand on the ball and didn't get the ball knocked out. The Seahawks will host Dallas coming up Sunday afternoon game, too, between the Mariners and the Houston Astros tonight AT T Mobile Park after Seattle got eight shutout innings for Marco Gonzalez. And beat the Astros. Sixto one last night, just the third victory for Seattle in the last 27 games against Houston. I'll try to make it two in a row tonight and closed to within two games of the Astros in the American League West. Right now, they trailed by three, which is six games remaining Evidence of riot the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff. Claiming deputy shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband there. 13 year old daughter and seven others after the January 26th crash reports surface that graphic photos of the victims were being shared. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wavell told news media that eight deputies took or shared graphic photos of the scene. And he ordered the images deleted. Which force 10 £40 each hour. I'm Tom Butler, Come on. News news time. 1 11. I'm Jeff Pooja Lear in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news, so What's it like to be a virtual fan at an N BA playoff game will come most. Matt Markovich found out 10 point game Lakers Have I'm somewhere in the stands in the middle, wearing a green Sonics shirt at every N BA playoff game, including the upcoming finals, There are 320 virtual fans. On 9 17 ft screens surrounding the court. Some nose thing that the fans are actually watching themselves up in the stands, because, as soon as you see a shot where they could possibly be in it, they kind.
"wavell" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"Have you had your coffee already this morning. Now now I decided I'm going to. I'm going to keep the street going. See how long I can go without it, I. I think I might be better without it to be honest. What are you up to now day five day six? Today's Day six. Yeah, and like I mean I feel pretty good. It's so weird. You know it's always hard for me to judge. How well one particular thing working because? You know there's always just. There's always different shit going on, you know, and it's all right I. Woke Up. Good today. I feel good, but is that because you know I, haven't had an alcohol week I. Did have a wine last night, but You know. Can I really say one thing. That's making a difference, or is it just you know collectively all things, but either way one thing that a hundred percent I notice is like my anxiety. Stress levels have completely dropped off these past six days without coffee and I think that alone is worth finding another drink and trying to. Just not start my day with that like it gives me the kick in the butt and like I'm ready to start my day once. I had my coffee, but. As soon as I stopped moving, it's like. You know, I'm searching for just random little pointless shit to do on days. I really shouldn't really need to occupy myself to that extent. When you're busy, you're busy. Maybe you should just be to accept it, but it's like the coffee doesn't really let me accept it in I just as soon as I sit. Still I just the stress comes in and I feel really bad so. The last six days while the first two days I actually felt like I was dying didn't think I was GONNA. Make it through, but. then. I. Dying, but it is crazy. Anybody that's ever liked took a done like little coffee reset or took a break. It's two to three days of just complete. The charger you. You have no energy, no desire to do anything really. I mean caffeine is is pretty wild and I think. I think coffee's even worse just with everything else. That has now I. Don't know. Man That's so knowledge of he that. I know it I. Don't drink coffee that much I only have it if I'm out for a massive road trip. Yeah, alright just nar on stuff for the Diana's Lie I've got a little work. Today I'M GONNA. Have, one coffee and I love the smell of it I love the taste of it. But I know it's not good for you. Son. Yeah, well see. That's the thing. Is Coffee Actually? Isn't that bad for you? So the thing that I have a problem with just you know. I guess we'll call it the addiction intriguing recovery right now or anything, but you know caffeine is a stimulant. It does a lot of great things for you, but when you reach for it consistently the. The same time every day, and you rely on it then. It kind has a hold on you, so that's my main thing, and I'd rather just get to the point. Where exactly what you said you know that's where I wanna be is just use it when I need it not every single day, because even if I woke up on a day and I had nothing to do, it's like. I want my coffee. You know and like. No problem with that coffee does have a lot of benefits. It's not a navy. Every day especially, if you just I just drink a black, so I'm not getting sugars getting. Tough man. I made the decision years ago. If I was going to have coffee every day, it was going to be black I wasn't going to be putting. I was going to be putting any fillers in just because I like to try to healthy. Yeah, so I. Don't want to have ice cream for breakfast. Basically by putting all that. Shit my coffee. I'll come on. What's wrong with ice? Cream for breakfast. That's pretty much. All of America says when they're and line wrapped all the way around starbucks every morning. Man. Yeah, that's like. I mean like I said I'm not into coffee that much I definitely don't put sugar in it all used to drink a lot of tea with sugar. When I was younger, my dad used to have five teaspoons of Suga in his cup of tea I was on full and wow I mean. I grew up with that. That was like normal. When I'm at right, and she just told me doing it the first time putting four teaspoons of sugar and she's what the hell you doing. And so then when we moved in together, and she was making all the cups of tea everyday, she was gradually over I. Think it was six months or one year. She waned me off of full sugar down. Let's say half a teaspoon. And one day when I actually decided to make my cup of Tayfur change and are putting fourteen all my God. That's sorry sweet. WHAT THE HELL! And that was when everything just unraveled, and she's like. Yeah, I've been doing this for so long. Waning you off. Should I just had no idea US perfect I did with coffee. I didn't grow up drinking coffee or like. Even you know when I moved out I didn't start drinking coffee until probably. I duNno, my very late twenties, or maybe my thirties and I started drinking. It was like it was white dude. Was Coffee in there, so I did that weaned myself off, but yeah, it's crazy to me. There's there's total addiction I. Don't have a problem with sugar like sugar is cool as long as you can control yourself, but. The vast majority. It's You know they're they're doing like. What do you call it like the meals at the death row? Patients get their last meal. People do that every single meal of their life and It's pretty wild to me. Yeah, exactly now I. Once I knew it was bad. I've always known but just fatigue. It was the only way I did yeah, I really steer clear a wavell Showbiz, and things like that until gone to light the last year of little bit bad up in. I still have my man. I love middle of summer. Day I not even sponsor plug in an icy cold rockstar dude is freaking good they. I know like. I like them, but yeah. You know I'm not going to drink five or six of them a day. Either I think even rockstar would not condone that but. Shooters, figures are fine. Sugars are good like. To, like just pay attention to what we're doing. Exactly I mean I'm going to go back to the ice cream thing. That's the healthiest thing you can do I thought. Actually when I had my first. Ice Cream for breakfast. I was having ice cream older long. First Surgery was a ripped three E. Muscles off Mushonga. And did something else. I can't remember tried to do double. Mac over fifty fate, or maybe even less and. Yet didn't get back on. My shoulder to paces, and so we had a dairy farm, and so we had to massive vats of milk, full everyday, and so I was drinking full frame milk strike from the VAT and making two to three big big, big thick, shakes full of ice cream home made ice cream, of course for mum, and yet that was the point that I went from a nineteen year old. That was fit and in Norfolk. And in six months a sore picture of May riding AL FAHM CAUGHT BIKE WITH With my mom in the sling. Resting on my fat guts getting around the finals whow. Thought. I was I was taking that for calcium like I was only thinking. Thinking of calcium I did not think of the sugar in the fat. But from then on I two. Yeah we run. When my family we grew up and it was. It was milk with every meal like he didn't even really have a choice on our family. And I love Milkman I would. I could drink milk with any meal at all, but..
"wavell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Did in a program the out crowd the stories about the people the tens of thousands of them who pushed into Mexico but the president's remain in Mexico policy and other policies we're talking about what happens to those people as they wait in Mexico for months will be reading this episode today because it just when the first Pulitzer ever given for audio journalism in the Pulitzers hundred plus year history and we have arrived at two of our program back to it's about the danger that these asylum seekers face when they're sent back to Mexico back to take the long way home we had a big which border city in Mexico is the most dangerous Wavell radio address the border from Laredo Texas would be a good contender state department classifies it as a level four threat that is the same threat level as Iraq and Syria and out of danger there is kidnapping can I be so prevalent there that one of our producers met man in a migrant shelter were terrified to go outside I am keeping I told her just putting one foot outside the shelter make some worried it could be just two minutes he's looking all around me scared we're interested these kidnappings because they're so common order Emily green went into ever greater in August just a story about one kidnapping and what happened one family including recordings and details you really never get to hear the family ended up and went away right now because of NPP here's a much this guy who got kidnapped I met him by chance actually before he got kidnapped and he told me how scared he was that he would get kidnapped I was on a bridge and label that it that connects Mexico to the U. S. every day around one PM that month the US was sending back migrants from the US side to Mexico under NPP that day there were a hundred of them they were easy to spot they all carried clear plastic bags with a couple of documents in them and none of them have shoe laces U. S. immigration takes two laces from anyone they detain most of them are men many of them with their heads down and once there stands out to me a father and son and matching polo shirts both of them sweating in the heat they're chubby soft faces that had his arm around sun they seem like they'll talk to me the man a column that feed quickly tells me a story.
COVID-19 Reaches Lebanon's Overcrowded Palestinian Refugee Camps
"When doctors in Lebanon diagnosed a coronavirus case this week it wasn't the country's first there are several hundred cases but this one was in a Palestinian refugee camp NPR's Alice Fordham explains why that's particularly worrying maybe the first thing to say is that Palestinian camps in Lebanon on actually groups of tense natural as it is to imagine that I've heard this by the way from a lot of can you say your company even think about camels a camel to would be an unusual sight that's my mood up della who works with a charity called and narra which is helping people in Wavell camp in the east of Lebanon it's like a small village but with the a lot of buildings that are really close to each other electro wall to wall Palestinian refugees arrived in Lebanon off to Israel was created in nineteen forty eight there are now hundreds of thousands of them many live in places that are only comes in name but still crowded and poor and it was in Wavell camp home to about two thousand people where a woman second this month this lady had the some some symptoms she was that destined for coveted nineteen and she was found positive who does some run ins with the U. N.'s agency that helps Palestinians this is something she'd been fearing for weeks these are places where overcrowding is a big concern and there are some streets where that is that the ventilation and families are large and they live sometimes and one room or two rooms and all of this leads to a quick spread of any violence not although Lebanon is in some ways a dysfunctional country its response to the corona virus has been remarkably nimble after weeks of lockdown there've only been twenty two deaths in a population of five million with this diagnosis authorities swung into action after the lady was transferred to the hospital a number of the tests were conducted starting from the closed circuit of the lady at the check out to the neighborhoods and then around them something from the count insult and a hundred and forty six that were made just four of those tests were positive members of the woman's family they all isolating at home local authorities coordinated with Palestinian leaders to restrict people and goods going in and out charities distributed supplies like mosques still it's a tough time this weekend is the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan yeah now but I'm online video ID on the gel with what is already there yeah Mr Ramadan usually it's like a holiday says Harbi about Crowley who lives in the camp the family is originally from Galilee out of Oakland a's a team that beat the Zacks enough that she usually everyone's out decorating houses the entrance of the camp the mosque Hey C. N. A.'s road I'm on the line this year at Ramadan is she says simply me and we are frustrated all of that is that people have gotten even pour out because they can't walk in and I don't know if I had to sort out the best command message at the tone I'll wear a mask and put on some gloves and go to work to feed my kids she says these economic realities are what really make it difficult for Lebanon to cope with the pandemic the country is in financial crisis there's not money for enough testing or quarantine centres and it's hard to keep telling people not to go out to
"wavell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"A. M. nine seven the answer forty degrees and partly cloudy what's going on we have the answer delta airlines is being fined fifty thousand dollars for discriminatory conduct in the removal of three Muslim passengers from two plates in twenty sixteen all cabin crew members in customer service staff involved in both cases must also receive cultural sensitivity training the first incident took place in July twenty sixteen when a married Muslim couple boarded a plane in Paris bound for Cincinnati the second incident came five days later when a man boarded a flight from Amsterdam to New York City a ninety year old man is dead after being hit by a city sanitation S. U. V. in Chinatown Cup so you try to cross Canal Street near Elizabeth no word if he was in the crosswalk at the time of the accident the department of sanitation is investigating the annual boat show is under way in New York City this weekend Scott Pringle is there a boat show spokesperson Carrie Wavell says from huge jobs worth hundreds of thousands to small fishing boats to chi actually got all three hundred and fifty votes for every budget and lifestyle that if you're not interested in buying a boat she says come here anyway and bring the family it's so much fun to bring the kids and wander around they can climb aboard the boats we also the kids build a boat station for the super little skippers and we have a virtual reality boating games right shorter husband just moved to Greenwood lake we sort of north a lot of things we can't afford we also saw a couple of things that are too small so we haven't found exactly what we're looking for at the Javits center Scott Pringle NBC news radio New York in sports the Knicks overcame a double digit deficit and went on to beat the Detroit Pistons one twenty one one eleven in overtime last night later today next battle the nets check your forecast breezy with some clouds a forty five year high tonight it'll drop down to a low thirty two tomorrow brings clouds and some of the high forty three and for your Tuesday clouds and sun hi forty one.
"wavell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Curtis Flowers wins appeal at U.S. Supreme Court
"The US supreme court on Friday reaffirmed rule against racial bias in jury selection. Voting seven to two to overturn the murder conviction of a black defendant in Mississippi. The Wall Street Journal's Jess braven has more details. Case involves in Curtis flowers, this was his six trial before he was ultimately convicted and sentenced to death for these murders. The Wavell supreme court looked at it was a really that talent. You the experience since the nineteen Ninety-six crime. How over the course of that time over the course of six trials forty one out of forty three African Americans who are in the jury pools over that time were removed by the prosecutor, and that there were many, many, many indications in the record that the prosecutor and it was the same prosecutor in all six trials Doug Evans, the local prosecutor elected d a down there had been going out of his way to get black people off that jury and had asked questions of potential black jurors that he didn't ask of similarly situated if you will potential white drawers the jury that ultimately convicted curse flowers had on it eleven whites and one black and a town that is about fifty five percent. Black forty five percent white brave and says the court acknowledged it was not breaking new legal ground. But reaffirming its commitment to removing racial bias from the criminal Justice system. The district attorney. Ernie and Mississippi will now decide whether to retry flowers.
"wavell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Left scratching your head after all federal charges against empire actor Jesse small Annette's Milan were dropped you aren't alone. Chicago police want to know how it happened. They'll be protesting outside the Cook County state's attorney's office correspondent Nick watt that protests going to be outside Kim FOX's office more organized by the fraternal order police going to be interesting to see how many cops show up to that event. Now, they are demanding a federal investigation into how Kim FOX and her office handled the jesse's Millette situation. Remember, those sixteen charges against him were dropped Chicago mayor Rahm Emmanuel called it. A white. Wash of Justice. The Chicago Tribune reports the Reverend Al Sharpton is defending FOX in calling Emmanuel a hypocrite. Sharpton said there was no outrage from him when video showing a white officer fatally shooting a black team was withheld. It's a changing of the guard at the Montgomery County. Police department today insistent chief Russell Hamill. The third is taking over as acting chief. He's temporarily replacing chief Tom manger who just retired after leading the department for fifteen years and servings a police officer for forty two Hamill the third spin with the departments. It's nineteen eighty six. He thought fleeing to Mexico could help them avoid being questioned by police about his possible involvement in two killings. But he was wrong and Toronto county. Police say nineteen year old Edwin Hurtado Valdez of Baltimore was arrested by Mexican police Wednesday. Wavell Laredo and turned over to US marshals for extradition. Police believe he was involved in the shooting deaths of two people in Glen Burnie last week. Hurtado belt dads is wipe turned herself into police Friday. She's charged with being an accessory after the fact after intense speculation we now know the name of the person the pope may appoint to serve as the next archbishop of Washington. Anonymous, sources tell the Catholic news agency archbishop Wilton, Gregory of Atlanta could be the pope's choice. The allergy professor a Catholic university. Dr Chad pack Nolde says Gregory was a key leader in the two thousand two Dallas charter which was one of the most effective protocols for dealing with abusive miners and actually dramatically had an effect on reducing incidents of abuse. The archdiocese of Washington has been affected by the abuse scandals. Former archbishop Theodore mckarrick was defrocked after being found guilty of sexual abuse cardinal Donald world resigned because of the way he handled sex abuse allegations when he was. The Bishop in Pittsburgh, the Virginia Cavaliers beat Purdue and overtime eighty to seventy five to reach the final four Virginia's headed to the final four for the first time since nineteen Eighty-four up next, traffic and weather on WMA L, if.
"wavell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Scenario because I'm thirty. IRA, but. As I read our traditional only or mashing traditional. My question was. Down people just. RA tax. Right. What a great question. So when I talk about having the two piles is because. Even though logic says. Thirty plus years now when you would be spending this money the tax rates are likely to be higher than today. What if we're wrong? What if we have a different kind of tax go so many decades away and the bat that you, and I have made is that you wanna have all your money tax. So that you don't have to worry about what tax rates would be. So there's an advantage. Even any accumulation phase. Of hedging your bat and having in your case at say, most of your money. Post-tax accounts. But obviously the match will automatically create tax money for you. That would be taxed in retirement. So I wouldn't say to the exclusion of everything. Go post-tax, but the vantage will likely go your way if you do go heavily posttax. There are certain. Legal. Where you say they usually do. Hey. Age or really based on income. The ultra high income earner the current advantage of having the pretax dollars not taxed outweighs the long term benefit. Not having to worry about tax rates in the future. So under the new tax code that we adopted last year. It would be for a married. Couple income that stretches beyond three hundred thousand a year. Single individual. Once you start getting above about one sixty a year that you start thinking about doing pretty taxes that oppose tax. Right. And the best news. You're thirty years old, and you're obviously really into saving money. So this so that you can have financial independence at an earlier age than normal retirement or you're just being smart with your money. In retirement perfect. Good for you. And the more people do that the more options you have and the more. You don't have to fear time when you're not going to be working but get what forward to it. Jim joins us on the Clark Howard show. Did you? Thank you. Jim you're headed to Talia. Three weeks. A nice house and our daughter and we're staying wrong for two nights or two nights in two nights. Last night. Sometimes the two bedrooms. And. Nice. So. Crazy. But as you mentioned, you mentioned Rome, Venice Florence and then back to Rome. So she said. So in those markets, you have a decent chance of finding really great hotels on Priceline. Two rooms would be cheap enough that you'd probably be better off at the two nights. Stay doing to hotel rooms rather than let's say an Airbnb rental of a two bedroom. Is Airbnb as workout well, particularly for a five nine longer. Stay. Fees. You have a turnover unit you say two nights Airbnb property, and you're a move out your cleaning fee may make what looks like a deal deal at all. Over a two night. Stay instead of a multi night. Stay. Yeah. That's what we were finding for that. Can you specify? The two bedroom. No. Tell rooms. Okay. So if you go I have a guide on how to use Priceline or my website. Walk you through how to do it. But I have gotten. Wavell deals using Priceline in Italy. And so if you go, and you look at Rome is an example. In italy. Do not look at any property under four stars. Okay. Maybe even potentially five stars because they're four star standard is really different than what we think of. You were to pick a three-star knows what in the world you'd be looking at. So if you click on express deals on Priceline. Your search to say four and five star hotels. Like, I'm looking right now. Working for a few weeks from now there's a five star in Rome by the Coliseum one hundred and fifty five and night US. Okay. I don't know what kind of price point. Okay. Here's a four star Vatican City, this eighty nine dollars US. Okay. Look through and you want to look at the ratings on the properties. And I've got on my guy Clark dot com. How you can usually figure out exactly what hotel is. You'd be saying that I find that. I'm able to decode the hotel not supposed to know the name of the hotel till after both non refundable. You follow my steps you should be figuring out better than nine and ten hotels. You'll be able to figure out exactly where it would be check it out on Tripadvisor. No, you're going to be comfortable with where you end up. That sounds like a great idea because those short shorts stays, you're not gonna find it. It's gonna work out. Well, trying to do the Airbnb route question for you that last night in Rome is that before you fly back to the United States. Stay at one of the hotels by the Rome airport. Okay. And there are about five good hotels around the area of the Rome airport. Okay. So you may not be able to do with the price line blind booking. But you'll find it rates are is.
"wavell" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"This would never actually even be an indulged. It's often this is a mental illness soul. This is just people being bad that whole idea of mad battle sad. But if you go back to the nineteen sixties this group of parapsychologists and psychotherapists in South America believed that these people would leave themselves vulnerable. So there'd be a desire. It always starts with desired. It's kind of fun. It's like the enter Thisiis of Buddhism. And it's like there's a desire. There's a want. Whether it be power women, men, whatever, you know, this is just people want something. So there's a small group of people that will indulge in possible black magic or on these occult rituals to gain that Powell but in doing so they think they're getting something, but the actually giving something up, and that's something that they give up may actually be the control of the earn bodies. They think. Are in control, but they're actually not. So you're going to go into the goals of what's behind in a metaphysical sense. Yes. Okay. So it kind of ties in a little bit with the spirit as demonic physician that kind of interesting how people look back on that period. Where there walls, a cries surrounding satanic rituals eighty tank murders. And it's looked back on as this massive Steria Lissette that was seemingly some truth to it. I was doing some research on this a couple of weeks ago. Actually, I came across a book from Larry cuck HANA cold cults that kill. But the book is really just interviews with investigators and police offices who will looking into the cases, and what really stood out from the smallpox read was the frustration from those particular investigators because that will coming up against their superiors that that, you know, the chief salute the bosses who basically didn't wanna pursue the evidence. While you're hitting a wall of skepticism as well, that's what they will coming across. There was a taboo, and those really lodge field of skepticism around what they were actually finding was children talking about being taken into rituals seeing other children killed and it was really kind of graphic and disturbing. And that's why I pulled out of the researchers like I don't really want to go too far into that for the shore. It's just to talk. But yeah, that's what stood out is that. That would present old such that want to take it further. But a lot of the people involved seemed to get away with it. Because it just was this hesitation it was almost like no that's to Wavell that copy happening. There's no way that could be going on. So obviously, it's hysteria. And again looking back on that period. It's just considered to be this kind of crazy hysteria. Well, it seems like it's still happening. I mean, a lot of the research they have from today is from the nineteen seventies nineteen eighties. But when you start looking at it, you're rod it was this. It was viewed I guess by the majority of people. As being hysteria as being something so absurd that it's not likely to happen. But that actually plays into it that allows it potentially to take place because people don't believe it exactly it can policed in clandestine fashion. That's why I brought up John of God. It's the modern example of it being uncovered. I wonder what John of God as well. Because there are so many people out there that an over the years we've had people EMA leeann and carry on about their experiences, and I shouldn't say carry on his I'm not it's not a negative thing. But people have Email doesn't said look I've gone to see him. I believe those actually one woman who claims that she had if it was glaucoma rule that there was something going on with her eyes. And she went to see John of God any basically slapped her in the face, but that to glaucoma. About you know, because I think I called that that's an all the place. He slept. That's the thing. But why is it that you seem to have? You know, always you hear about these groups. These charismatic leaders, but I always seem to have something negative associated with them. Eventually, did you read any of the press reports on that witness that had come forward, and she committed suicide that that's why I became aware of the story she committed suicide in late January, but she was one of the primary witnesses climbing that during one of her healing sessions..
"wavell" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"Like, this is they got JV smooth JV's funniest hell. Yeah. They always gotta have a good comedian. I'm low key Kevin Hart even playing this year. Now, he probably filming I I'm trying to be on the NBA celebrity all star game. That's that's the goal that won in the end the softball game. I'm bowling. I'll be there as a waterboy. Fuck. I wrote the bench all all my high school years. Oh, focus point, Dexter. Who's who's the most notable game? Oh, they do that to what celebrities don't belong on that basketball court. Honestly, bro. Dr Chris Daughtry? That's another one. I'm Chris Daughtry, bro. A fucking country artist. Is it Chris Daughtry the all the country, but? Maybe I'm wrong. I don't know the way team got Ray Allen bad bunny, bad bunny, Wavell good ball who. Who? Yeah. Rock. On prisoners games weird. It's like wrong when it's not like. Oh, yeah. Oh, people playing to go in and who's Brad? Bush teams out you ever heard of grab Williams. Comedian Brad Williams? Improv Williams never heard he's on the he's on the away team. They just people Amanda. seals. Fucking hilarious who who's. From game. Fucked over for that. Cool. He's never okay. No. He's a comedian. You can't you want. We're literally all gone. We do hurriedly. You start going on stage news, right? I mean, they don't like, well, he's a comedian, first and foremost so little. Got a little weight team there. Amanda seals. I don't even know who that is. I said that bunny this guy named Ronnie Touquet. He's like known in the two K world. I guess he's a developer of the game. She's director of influence or marketing, so these sunny Rousselet counties anymore. These are just people that eight that quake. Never seen that day in my life. I think he's famous J B smooth Steve Smith. Famous lows every probably like low key going to be like the game because he can actually ball like used to follow this dude on on Instagram wasn't that famous Los who's an always he's like ours as a comedian. But he definitely like a basketball in two years and he plays pickup game. He's like way above average. But not good enough for the NBA TV. Now, you gotta sell watching Instagram. Yeah. I want your phone. Liberties picking on Instagram or like who follows what would be your celebrity all star team for sure. Oh, wow. Damn definitely like you say what are your starting five to reserve? Wait a minute. Wait, celebrities, all types. I definitely just just American. I love watching Asian shows. Okay. That's that's. You put him in. Wanamaker shot. A couple of eagle everybody. Okay. The. No, no, no basketball. You got you. Gotta pick seven Bibo came fucking shoot bird. It could be any celebrity any celebrity. Okay. Labor. Element a lot. It's a lot of nation. Spud webb. No. Muggy and. Three more. Not did you. Damn. Played it. But we five. We got two more to more than they went back to dog. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Late. He can put up put up seven ten footer. No You pay. come in with the limos and all the big TV's. Bits jose's. You got one more. Hosing to pick a brief at this. I'll sharp. Hold on. How many more I got one more? Of all, you know. That big toll Franken stock and look and got it you say he's dollars muck in the world hole. Seen them online. You live with a biggest month in gonna world. I. Internet sensation better, not get a heart attack on the court. Martyred seems good. Pass out Martin. Mean y'all Ming? Man, that's low main..
"wavell" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"However, they plan to surround the state assembly to press. Their demands of a complete loan Wavell, pay and transfer all divorcee land to farmers who have been telling it for years and force the right-wing state government to accede to the demands. So what I'm saying is that we've moved from suicide to the politicize ation of their gradient crisis decide an enormous impact in three state elections last year, and it's because of this farmers protest, which has been organized by the left, by the communists, by the socialists and others constituents of the left front because of these farmers protests. You've seen a shift in the political needle away from the BJP to what we are disappearing because the BJP cannot win seats in south India because it's going to have a hard time in those agrarian states, and because it's going to lose in this very large state of predation to this new alliance of socialists, and oppress Kaz parties. Because of that. There is no way the BJP is going to get a plurality in the parliament. And I think in fact, it will it will not be able to form a government in April. And may of this coming this year last month was the anniversary of the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. The independence leader in Congo. Who was the first prime minister of the independent Democratic Republic of Congo. Zero need. We have known mockery insults. Blows from morning to night because we were negroes. That's I Kennedy Joan dinette. We knew that low was never the same whites on blocks. They who would forgive the filings courts. The brutal arrests of those who refused to bow to the regime of injustice oppression and exploitation. This show index. He was assassinated and the United States, we know for a fact had previously plotted to assassinate him just recently there were elections in Congo. And you had the election of Felix Shifa caddy. He is now Congo's fifth president taking over from Joseph Kabila, you recently with come by Mussa bully wrote a piece about the legacy of the crisis in Congo, and Patrice Lumumba inspired youth are trying to break the culture of plunder and corruption that has been foisted upon the political system in Congo. Explain today's crisis how it began in Congo the significance of this new election. And the fact that the so-called opposition in Congo right now is headed by a former Exxon Mobil executive. It's not just a situation of the Congo. You have to look at this belt that runs through the. The center of Africa, including Zambia, including any country in the center of Africa, and many of them that are rich in railroad minerals in various raw materials from cobalt, which is an essential ingredient in electric batteries to coltan which is essential for the smartphones,.
"wavell" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"And we're all different guy. Could you imagine? How unbelievably boring life would be if we were all the same gifted with the same with the same things that leads me back to the whole situation with the with the kneeling, and where the Stiller's we had our situation in Chicago where we were trying to decide. We wanted to do, you know in you know, we decided that we couldn't Neil because we had a guy in there that was at Honda villain, the Wavell and he served time in the military in hours. Like, you know, what I've set there with eighteen nineteen year old man who believed in everything that that flag stood for and they died for that. And he was like for me to go out there on the stand. What you're representing as far as trying to make it aware of social injustice. He is. But I can't do it. Because of that he was like guys just sat there and hailed guys in Washington die, and we understood like, okay? He can't knew it was you know, maybe a few guys that wanted to nail. So we're like this. What we do. We're just gonna stay inside. And we're going to move remove ourselves from the situation. I mean, it didn't work out that way. But that's what they're came down to. I just wish that capper Nic or capper Nick supporters, but primarily just. Caffeinate explained to me why the Super Bowl is being set up as the line in the sand. And why halftime at Super Bowl is the line in the sand that I'm going to watch it, but I get it. But again people want the game. And so that's what makes me say this is just a publicity stunt because show me how whatever transpires at halftime. How does it? Stop the oppression. You're talking about the injustice you're talking about. How does it make one black child born in the poverty or even born into how does it improve their life? If Travis Scott are big boy don't perform or if there's some sort of controversy around halftime of the Super Bowl. How does that move the cause forward? The only calls. It moves forward is captured as calls, and this is where I've been from day one. And nessa to me her one of her tweets answers every question for me. She's there is no mutual respect and their news. No understanding for anyone working against Colin Kaepernick, period. She didn't say there's no mutual understand. There's no understanding for anyone working against the calls of black and power. It's capper, Nick. That's what I've been saying from were go. This is always been about capper Nic, not the calls. This is in her own words. Yeah. That really offended me brilliant, finish highly miscalculated tweak to now a line in full marriage capper Nick with the calls. There are so many other soldiers out there, including big boy into Trevor Scott half a million dollars donated just for going to the Super Bowl. We don't have to all do it the same way to get it done. Sport. Right. Isn't that? What makes it what it's beautiful though is everybody's doing everybody's doing something different. You know, the guys who are the people were involve are doing it the way that they're comfortable doing it. And there's nothing wrong with that. So basically, if you're not with capper NICKY, you don't do it this way. This could go a lot of places. So if you don't new are you yourself, you got to you're not doing his way. You gotta bring it works. She just according to right there with them against them. You have no mutual respect like enlightened black people nuance. Black people who are not sitting there extremes and trying to be so polarizing, but really trying to be effective is laughing at this that loud minority on Twitter online. That is get you gassed up and drunk on your power you need to calm down. And really first of all when you from it, the voiceless, powerless growing up in seeing it like that trust me man, we need a -ffective resources to come back here. We don't need. Joe, hyper re tweets and likes and clicks that may be part of your amunition to get your platform to a greater place. But now, there's a greater responsibility. And I'm not seeing that when you take shot at other soldiers in the same fighters shoot that freely fire. It doesn't it doesn't..
"wavell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Be any more positive most saying afterward that they're very optimistic about the future is going to be a great governor. He's a great combination of idealism and competence. You know, the walk the governor bounded. And so, you know, you got a big shoes to feel and you would basically clear assemblywoman Sydney Camm logger dove believes Newsom and her fellow lawmakers will focus on solving California problems. We have a ton of things that we can be working on these Newsom, we'll ignore what she calls rhetoric coming from the Trump administration from the capital ten Lance NewsRadio K K six zero four at least two people take into Sacramento area hospitals after a large fire broke out in north sack. One person was shot in another person injured after a large fight broke out between ten people on Monday. Police say they responded to the eight hundred block of lump pastas avenue shortly after one thirty pm after receiving several calls reporting a large fight in the area at some point the fight continued outside and shots were fired one person suffered a gunshot wound. But it is not life threatening officer Mark baskets for the Sacramento. Police department says they don't yet know what caused the fight McDonald's. This News Radio. K K man is dead on the UC Berkeley campus after a large tree came crashing down on his car. The daily. Californian says thirty two year old Alexander grant of Nevada died yesterday after that eucalyptus tree fell the scene of the accident. Very close to the Greek theater on the edge of campus park. Rangers are inviting everybody to witness the wild up close and personal a promotional video Mike Merritt with the an-and Wavell state park says the parks current guided walks or a rare event is.
Kate Spade, Jack Callaghan and Manhattan discussed on WDRC
"Tuesday instead of one for the philadelphia eagles we love our country we respect their flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem we always well stand for the national president trump is inviting the super bowl champs when he learned but only a handful of them would show up this won't be an issue for the nba champions both the golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers say they would not go to the white house if they were to win the nba title communications aid made a crude remark about senator john mccain now gone from the white house kelly sadler was that she has the wise at least they had a surrogate communications here at the white house got into a controversy at a meeting she said about john mccain while he's dying anyways the white house refused to apologize kelly sadler refused to apologize in the wake of that we are told by senior administration officials that kelly sadler is no longer with the white house john roberts the government offering a sobering prognosis on medicare and social security medicare will run out of money sooner than expected and social security will become insolvent in twenty thirty four treasury secretary steven mnuchin says there's time to fix the problems with long certain longterm issues persist hundreds more homes have been destroyed by the lava flow from the killer wavell cain on hawaii's big island nearly wiping out to housing developments placed under mandatory evacuation orders just last week a wise county hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mondo says they don't have the exact number yet it's going to be big numbers white county mayor harry kim's home among those destroyed on tuesday seventy five people are now confirmed dead in the eruption of guatemala's volcano will fire more than one hundred ninety people missing the fashion world shocked by the death of designer kate spade she was found dead in her manhattan apartment on tuesday police say spayed took her own life i'm jack callaghan fox news radio this is housecall for health a major new study finds that most women with the most common.