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Los Angeles Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Jailed On Trespass Charge In Key West, Florida

WIOD Programming

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Jailed On Trespass Charge In Key West, Florida

"Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew toles a Key West jail after cops found him asleep behind a fed ex building at Key West airport the officers say from his appearance he seemed like a homeless person he was arrested on trespassing charges after refusing to leave the premises goals did not play with the Dodgers last season after starting with the club in twenty

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"west florida" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"west florida" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Testing capacity a very small school in Key West Florida got creative with their commencement ceremony they held a socially distance jet ski graduation the seniors of which there were eleven all wore caps gowns a facemask Hey road through the Key West waters to grab their diplomas the principal of the school stood in the back of it anchored boats and use an extendable grabber tool to hand them out gradually each student from a distance of six feet that's awesome no it's great very funny made it work only eleven kids it's a very small school it's very very small I'd say twenty two is one of four three my favs balance of the morning is doing it is.

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Using Telemedicine to Limit PPE Usage

The Voice of Healthcare

03:26 min | 5 months ago

Using Telemedicine to Limit PPE Usage

"The other sort of interesting telemedicine effort that blended into the PD. You situation and actually using Video conferencing system von impatient inside Just in our own hospital to limit some of the in and out of patience rooms and utilization of supply. They have the video abilities for docs for nurses to be able to video conference with fish in our in hospital and technological aspect. That is interesting to watch it. Just the explosion diagnostic testing and ability both in drug testing for the virus and labs developing earn test. But also the hunt for. What did the antibody response look like? And what that means A fascinating things that are happening So we cover a wide swath of southeast Alabama as well as parts of Georgia and West Florida close to seven hundred thousand people so a lot of the things that you see from Alabama Department of public about the number of patients that are diagnosed in Houston County as kind of a misnomer in the sense that In the southeast health right now we've had ten cova deaths There's three in the county that are outside of what we've reported so our hospital right now is At Max Capacity and they are utilizing quite a bit a. p. p. e. and they're very concerned about Their supplies moving forward that actually utilize the Labor pool of people who've been furloughed from Outpatient surgeries etc to actually start fabricating gowns the reusable. They have a pattern and there are people sewing. They create a yesterday. Twenty two hundred gowns We have people making masks Out The from around a Area who are donating to the hospital for the patients. Just you know the usual cloth. Reusable mass and we have had three D. printing from a com to create fait shields. Necessity brings out the best in the ingenuity. And it's showing around here. What we actually started doing here is Evaluating patients out in the parking lot. We have been utilizing telly. Help To reach our patients the only issue we that we really run into is Internet service So some of our patients just can't do zoom they don't have they can't facetime on their iphones So we do have to go to telephone for the majority of our patients decrease PP usage by doing zoom into a room Mostly with consultants right now and the Er has done it where they the patient once. And then they leave Zoom capabilities in there to reassess the patient without having to go back in repeatedly waste p. p. e. so from our rural perspective. you know. I think our challenges are a lot socioeconomic an

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Man who stole $300 from Kmart recently bought $8 million island

Joyce Kaufman

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Man who stole $300 from Kmart recently bought $8 million island

"Key West Florida police say a guy there he bought an eight million dollar island off of key west. And now he's also accused in a scheme to steal three hundred dollars in household items. From KMart guy has money just wanted to steal from K mart. Andrew Francis Lippi was arrested on Saturday on a felony charge of grand theft. He was released from jail on Sunday. Miami Herald is reporting that he bought Thompson island which had been the home to the family of Edward B night philanthropist. He also owns the real world house in key west. We're MTV shot the seventeenth season. He bought items including a curate coffeemaker between March thirtieth and April fifth. He returned the original boxes with other items packed inside. So we take security and then returns the box and things KMart's not gonna look inside the box. Levy said the theft allegation is complicated. And I'd rather not talk about it. You're just doing that. For the thrill of your life is not complete just being super Uber wealthy. I guess not you buying island for eight million dollars. And then you steal three hundred dollars. That's crazy

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"west florida" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Your bone. The freeze of Florida man ends up in morons in the new so much in Florida. Take such a beating that I want to celebrate a Florida man who's a winner. And you would have loved to have had this when you were doing pm magazine this man took the grand prize at the fifty seventh annual conch show blowing contests and key west. Did you ever do that with two PM? You did the shelter contest. It's been going on for years. And did you did you blow in the shell? Sure. I did to open up the show everybody take a look at this show. That's a big one. You know, you might say to yourself. What's inside here? Can you eat it? What you can. But you can do something else watch this Mora. Well, this guy I'm going to tell you how he won. He said he said how did I learn to play a conch shell just by picking it up? There are no rules. You hold. It any way you. Want? You played any way you want. You get two noun of it. You have fun with it. So let's hear the song that he played to win. On the bar of this song. All I can think of honestly as the league Glen Campbell. Who was the Taurus them real? Yeah. He was a studio musician. Let's hear our champion conch blower. Here we go. The perfect song Key, West Florida. Visit a lot of that stuff. That's consumed. Yeah. Yeah. I went out with a guy who was a diver, and he he went down on the bottom floor with as little fourteen foot boat. You dive note, no tanks jive straight down to the bottom. And he'd find a conch show bring it up. Have you seen the me? It's one of my favorites. It's a bowl. It's a basket of seashells sitting on top of toilet tank in a random bathroom, and the and the caption is woman uses seashells to transform bathroom into tropical hideaway. As there ever been anybody who's been to the beach, especially if you have kids who has not come home with a bunch of shows that you know, the kids so excited they found a shell the shelter worthless. I mean, they're just they're not it's not like Santa Bill island shells. They're just some shells hap- broken shells. And you put them in a jar somewhere. And they sit for all I had for years years one years and years. One of the kids smuggled home, a horseshoe crab, not realizing that the crab was still inside the shell. Yeah. And thus Dench. Yeah. Hey, did you know what I learned over the last couple of days? I forget where I read it. It was on some science website where shell crabs are actually arachnids spiders that species that that right there at their giants welling Shelly spider. You know, you're you just reminded me of something. I did. So I'm doing. Conch shell shoot and key west. Right. And so I go out the next day with the conch shell diver in the guys easy. Young guys. Twenty one twenty two years old and he pulls up a couple of conch shells. And by the way, I got terrible hate mail on that people are saying how could you support somebody? Well, I mean conch chowder does come from something and it's called a cone. So he gave me one. I thought it was just on this show. Don't over harvest them, and you know for the conch shell community. So now, he gave me one. It was about. It was good size like a foot, you know. And the actual animal is inside that they pull out and make conch chowder out of. And I didn't think I put it in the back of the van box. And I just left it this. You're going to bring it home and decorate your bathroom, turn it into something. Yeah. And it sat the back of the van was closed off to the compartment where the where we would travel and was there. It was a long drive at forever. And it was like there for two days in probably seventy five degree heat when we open the back of that van. You have never smelled anything like that in your life. I almost I almost ruined the entire found decomposing. Horseshoe crab and kids clauses in the same. Yeah. Nasty. That's cool. That's cool..

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"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida and the state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is it? How's it possible that you can have one state where the state budget of one hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people. It's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and. State of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor modern grammar Lawton child. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of grain and the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, Ryan comparative state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses one to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much new business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida when a locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized, and by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but the Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even his income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues going to go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate, and in Florida barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with him. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if line becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I could not conceive somehow of Justin Fairfax,.

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"west florida" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on KTOK

"Okay. Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And then state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion state of New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is that how's it possible that you can have one state for the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people than Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York, but for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been grammar Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a incipient conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California run compared the state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi south? Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida to locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but the Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York. Absolutely. Leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars winning compact revenues are gonna go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna pi pay high taxes with few government services that are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with them and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if line becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the tobacco happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I.

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"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

"Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida in the state of New York. Let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is it? How's it possible that you can have one state where the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people, it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York, but for the past thirty or forty years and stayed afloat. Largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor modern grammar Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run the state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses one, okay? Spanned businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida wanna locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so. The services in Florida are as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since twenty fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even his income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue state. I can't conceive. Of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if align becomes available. We have two lines open now one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I could not.

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"west florida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"From south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And instead of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state as Florida has a million more people. So why is that? How's it possible that you can have one state, but the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida largely. Is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been Graham Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run comparative, data, Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions would stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida wanna locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars winning tax. Revenues are going to go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They want to go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border that bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida barely stayed with the Republican party. There's so many people have moved so many people who moved out to California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And it's a consequence. Those states have become blue state. I can't conceive. Of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is suddenly going to become a purple or red state simply not going to happen. So let's continue if align becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax in attorney, general Mark Herron. I.

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"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Factor to consider broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And then state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion state of New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is the how's it possible that you can have one state for the state budget of one hundred eighty billion with fewer people than Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida. Largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been Graham Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But it certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run comparative, data, Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive. Then a cost too much new business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida to locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so. The services in Florida are as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio is spending twenty five percent more money than his spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that of de Blasio is increasing the spending a New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues are gonna go down by about one billion dollars. So New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with them and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California, Nevada, Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if a becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Which when governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring..

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In Cuba, climate change means harsher hurricanes and tough coffee growing

Climate Cast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

In Cuba, climate change means harsher hurricanes and tough coffee growing

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Climate change, Cuba and your morning coffee. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton here. This is climate gas. Climate change impacts are showing up worldwide. Our neighbors in Cuba, sit just ninety miles south of Key West Florida last week, I visited this beautiful island for the first time and I shared coffee with famed Cuban meteorologist Jose, ruby era. I learned about Cuba climate change and surprisingly Cuban coffee. That is we yes, please have some coffee Jose. I'll never be a PHD. I'm the former director of the national forecast center east for majority. That's the natural west have is the set time for many years. Also, I've been presenting weather in Cuban radio and television host say Grazia mature goose still. It was a pleasure to talk with you today here in Havana at the hotel Nacional when we talk about climate change in Cuba. What are the biggest impacts that Cuba is seen from climate change so far? Well, the because he banked is the raising up to she lever. Now, does he live house reason ferry vice Timmel's in the last thirty years thing pictures have risen also sealed point nine Chechen degree about one degree treasures on the Lincoln shown are the coastlines that long Cuban coastline is extremely vulnerable. To storm surge. Hurricane irma's. Search pushed several feet of water into the streets of Havana. Dr ruby era is one of the world's premier experts on hurricanes. Any told me his big concern is the growing link between warmer, oceans and more rapidly. Intensifying hurricanes part of his job on Cuban TV raising Cuba's climate change. I q what's the awareness level of climate change in Cuba with the people? Well, this White House not only in Asia climate change, everything that has to be with winning. Diamond because we in Daly broadcast for television radio. We also teach believed by little people. I wish awareness and knowledge. Even as we traveled outside of Havana climate remained, the topic of conversation. I'm just north of Trinidad in Cuba at topa, date tapes. It's a mountainous area where they grow coffee and our tour guide nasc- is telling us about how climate change is affecting coffee production in Cuba. Well, what is happening is that it's raining when it's not supposed to be the rainy season or the stood ri- when it's not supposed to be the dry season. And just to give you an example, the coffee plants they used to bloom like three times in a year. And then at the end they had a really good crop. Yeah. But now, they are blooming only one or twice the farmers are lucky, you know, because if it rains when the plants are having their flowers, the flowers hall, and then at the end, there are no beans, and that is happening, you know, with the coffee plantations so many years ago, the farmers they could use the same plant life for twenty twenty five years now that is not happening anymore. So now the maximum time, they they leave their plans at the patience is like ten years talking with Cubans like, our guide nasc-, I sense a high level of. Climate change awareness in Cuba. There's also something I learned back at lunch in Havana. I heard how Cuban's see Dr ruby era as their weather God hosts say was traveling in two thousand seventeen as hurricane Irma approached listen to restaurant owner, ROY describe how Cuban's missed Jose's weather reports on TV. I think it was a guy TV the first today's guy we had to be alert. Okay. Off on the one eighty we have through research. We have to know what's going on by the way. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner.

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"west florida" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Seven sixty. AM fourteen past we'll see snow in some likely places, but rain in some areas that don't get it so much. Here's AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. Once again, the northern part of the country is going to be at risk for some wintry weather. That's where most of our precipitation is going to take place. One exception is going to be that the latest storm affecting the west coast is bringing rain for coastal areas. All the way from Washington down through Oregon and down into California's. Well, and it even makes it all the way down almost to Los Angeles by the end of the day today, and that should catch up with L A as we head into tonight's. So we are going to see rain all the way down along the south west coast. However for most of the west the precipitation is going to be farther north in that we are looking for a possibility for some rain and snow at times down into northern Nevada and over into northern Utah. Snow is going to continue in the northwest as well. We're also looking at another area of precipitation pushing through the northern plains. This is snow at the leading edge. That's going to affect Minnesota for today. And there will be some small accumulations generally on the order of a couple of inches. However is warmer air is trying to catch up with that precipitation. We're going to see is on the western end of that area. And so across most of North Dakota's well as eastern South Dakota and even down at the south western parts of Minnesota and northern Iowa. We could have some icy conditions to navigate today, we have snow and snow showers that are going to still be around in the northeast with the possibility for at least flurries still all the way down into West Virginia. And that's the weather across America in Oklahoma City today, sunshine and a high of sixty one that's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. Yesterday's national high eighty three at the southernmost point. Mcconnell? United States Key, West, Florida..

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Kim Jong Un will visit Seoul in near future, South Korean president says

24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Kim Jong Un will visit Seoul in near future, South Korean president says

"Trump appear in southwest Florida is you've got all the major media markets really going. That event. So you have Miami TV stations Palm Beach TV stations Orlando Tampa going into that south west Florida area. Even though it's not their normal area to cover, and so you're going to have the president's remarks broadcast throughout the state CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. A former federal investigators says a mafia hitman is the suspect in the prison killing of crime, boss, James Whitey Bulger. The official says that full heels of Freddie gas, and at least one other inmate are believed to have been involved in Bulger's killing in West Virginia. A lawyer says gas would not rat on anyone authorities though have not disclosed the cause of death. The Boston Globe. Sally Murphy has reported on Whitey Bulger's mob life for over thirty years and says in prison has cooperation with the FBI made him a target and Whitey ball. Joe into bed that night. And by that morning at six AM people knew that he was there and we're looking for him. And your ass for Freddie, jazz. It doesn't take much. I mean for a fifty one year old to beat at eighty nine year old man in a wheelchair to death. Murphy says few people knew who Freddie was until now. Now, he will be known as the guy who killed Whitey baltim-. That report from CBS correspondent Nicki Batiste WBZ news time, ten thirty five. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, the ghost is back. This house is protected through progressive. But that doesn't mean it's not haunted. How else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning? Maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings. Save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive. What was that? We'd like sound. Oh,

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"west florida" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"It wasn't a what I consider real wasn't joint Qatar and in the train processes, you know vary based on if it was army, navy, Europe, air force. And then again, not like that today. And so I stayed in the when I call the train pipeline from June of seventy one. In till. I think the last school I was sent to was the navy underwater swimmer school and Key West Florida, which was run by the navy seals at the time, and then interesting spin on that the the, the school before that I was out at Fairchild airforce base at the air force survival school. And so you know, that's three long. And I guess that twenty one day process. And you know, I get back off that school and you know, I'm still recovering from, you know, eating anything I can see incite. You know, and inside get in and that I signed back into the unit, you know, get my certificate stuff to train in CIO and and they in the trainees, she'll looks at in says, hey, can you swim? You know? 'cause scuba halo, none of that was a prerequisite to to be a combat control for, you know, to be a combat control, you and you have to be Hayler school fought Norges. You have to swim. And I said, yeah, you know, I take swimming classes, YMCA, Illinois. I was a kid. We says, good. He said, we're, you know, the guys charge scuba gonna take you out to put the hell. Cheney apps springs. I was the name of the place in orientate you to to scoop because we're going to send you a scruple school one or Sunday. So this was like a Thursday or Wednesday. So they take me out to springs see like swim, and then they. Put a set Inc, what twin, seventy twos with the double regulator. You know, to teach me how to read, you know, and you know, practice, buddy, breathing and all that. So you know, I was, you know, in the springs there for I don't know, I guess now too. Okay. You're good to go. And you know, next thing I know report in it the scuba school at the underwater swimmer school, they called it that key west. Good, no, or all kinds of new things? I as a young guy, just having all this training thrown at you. Yeah, I think when you take a look at what they do to prepare diago to scuba today, the scuba training, the preschool program and think that you know and I, I'm not the only one that went through somewhere process. Can you swim? Okay? Yeah, let's make sure you swim. Okay. Yeah, this, your free on a double whole regulator, boom off you go. And that was that school was, you know, the seals program, and what was interesting is most of the class that Klatt my classmates were recipe or caress, train aches while para rescue, go back. They already have a what I consider a well orchestrated formal type..

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Florida, Congressman and Rooney discussed on Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Florida, Congressman and Rooney discussed on Dennis Prager

"The cavenaugh Senate hearing members of congress are also being briefed. On Florida's red ties some top officials from south west Florida are explaining the impacts of the algae bloom on the economy marine life and our general health congressman Francis. Rooney

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"west florida" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Santa Barbara California city council now says any restaurant or bar that gets. Caught using plastic straws could be facing time. Behind bars I times warning second time they, catch you that's a fine not to exceed thousand dollars and it's hard to read this with, a straight face and up to six months in jail. And it's not going to go on your record two you have? A. Criminal, record now. For. For using or distributing straws yes oh my goodness absolutely we're not the. Only ones that thinks it's. Ridiculous instead of banning anything this? Is coming from texter why not find out what point the, straw is jumping out of the trash into. The ocean and maybe we'll start with a fixed there Also had someone else says my wife. And I are always picking up trash it's, not the plastics fault it's the people that the role of the plastic on the grounds fault. And someone else trying to figure out how the plastics. Draws our oceans they're coming from ships legally dumping their garbage out? From. The, restaurants who. Have. Their stuff dumped into landfills that second one sounds like the gun debate. Right what's not the gun. It's the person exactly yeah exactly? And that's true yeah hell about round rock can kill a, welcome aboard how are you Kelly good afternoon Hey kelly I'm Turn your strain are on. Here I. I hate the plastic I think I think. It should have never been invented it's. It's just not any good Anyone Especially how it ends up in our oceans than you and you're. Right it's not the. Plastic it's the, people but we can't take the. People Just to go after the plastic Why, why not just making, the plastic, and then you know I mean I don't know That was Mark suggestion if we're serious go, after the plastic manufacturers, yeah just go back. To prohibition, of the nineteen twenties with alcohol try it with plastic. See how, it works. I mean that may not be, putting people out of, work too, you know there's It, is but I just I just don't think there's any. Need for, plastic Drinking I like we had the one holler that suggests that if you have the. Option so if you win wherever you got your star phone cop and plastic, straw if you've gone yet and they had another option that was better for the environment, you you would choose that if that's the way you feel right And that's a great idea Melinda Exactly I can't take the credit that came, from one of the other. Listeners Yeah I mean you know maybe give us a choice you know It's a. Matter of. Conscious I mean. People just need to get a grip all. Right thanks very much one of the texters raised a point though this could be coming from ships crossing the, ocean or big barges that are hauling trash. Produced in other countries and it somehow ends up in? The oceans have they determined definitively that straws from you as restaurants are the ones? Ending up in the ocean, and causing the problems for marine life I'm going to say no that they. Don't have one hundred percent proof that that's where it's coming from I think they're just. Trying to do what what they feel is right for the environment and this is a way to to strike. Out just like they did with the plastic bags here. In Austin Jim is? On? I. Thirty five, at two, thirty five how are you. Today Jim Not just California exclusive I just recently went to Key West Florida and they're. Doing the same thing they're actually use the straws the. Guy say talk about? Yes After a short time at the. Whole drink they start dissolving. They're not work, while the, damn Doro Sarah shake I love Scott and they're saying because of the bottom feeders the sea lies like a platypus sea turtles and stingrays that, they found that. The worst of getting up straws Livestream so that's all raise some people cannot live without their chocolate shakes Yeah well that's interesting what's happening? Down there. In key west now. Did you do some fishing down there Jim I'm. Going back a dancer show which I did, for fishing I got me a seven? Foot Fail out of Mexico Don I'll I'll be going back down by big saltwater. Catch that sounds. Good Fantastic really key west as a beautiful. It is beautiful I. Haven't been there To. Go back yes absolutely Oh back? Is, it Comparable? To the? Caribbean islands is? It, is. It better The beaches are quite as fantastic but it's. Comparable far as all the luxuries of the United States but you feel like you're on top of the island has what, I was gonna say the beaches aren't quite as comparable but if you don't want to leave. The, United States. As, as, close as you. Can get okay sounds good, hey, Jim, thanks, very, much you take care. Five one two eight. Three six zero tax real quick that made? Me laugh absolutely People, now, meeting, under, the boardwalk in the. Back alleys buying plastic. Straws Well like you said or are they gonna do undercover cops go, into these restaurants I know the cartels in Mexico or just. Rubbing, their hands. Together over the idea of. Making, money of smuggling and plastic? Straws, oh my goodness, Tommy is at Fort Hood Tommy how's it going this afternoon Well it's going quite. Well, how about. You guys hey super Howard. Things, it the mighty Fort Hood Yes I would. Imagine so you want to weigh in on this issue of the plastic. Straws go. Ahead? Tommy I'm just trying to figure. Out what California's. Gonna do with all the straws that that they have now export them. To other. States They're having a problem. With, the straws. Fallen through the cracks on the scene so that's what I'm trying to figure out what. They're gonna do it now yeah good question just think of all. The. Millions that have already been produced and they're packaged hearing stores they're already out their backlog that these restaurants already have of them yes All right Tommy thanks you, have a good one how would you like to be in that business right now in the straw. Business, I think I would be trying to. Think of some, new ideas of how I can still, make my product? That baby is, it how to plastic this thing really, has taken off in just. A. Short amount of time now talking about putting people in jail for putting. A plastic. Straw in somebody's iced. Tea at a restaurant yeah that that's just how ridiculous this is I, think again it was okay. For Starbucks to say you know what as a company. We have chosen to? Take, this route and that's what we're gonna do I know other companies have started. To fall in with that as well that's perfect that was their decision but. When, you say. If you don't do what you're going to jail that's that's crossing the line I think. Definitely Richardso gain welcome to Marc and Melinda how are you today. Richard I'm doing good I wanna make. Real couple of real? Quick Guys making stalls out of whack Yes The. Western what's gonna happen to that? Restaurant, very Real. Things They want to, ban everything and that's the wrong. With America Florida With a, fan west Ninety nine out of whack sometimes Well I. Think she said banned plastic? Entirely is that what you mean. Richard Yes Don. I got I got on? There We. Know what you mean Yeah The reason why the world is so wait you out now from the? Worst A. Lot. Of people starting to think now I know Richard thank. You very much yeah plastic really is a key part of this modern society Oh yeah it's an a lot of things to different parts of your. Car two things you use every day like a straw to every kind of, things that I'm seeing a texture that brings up. A good point it says you can. Go to jail for use it in a plastic straw but, no qualms consequences for. Crossing. The border illegally just think about that for a second Uh-huh Yes. Yes will there be sanctuary cities for. Sure This sanctuary cities You're welcome Dave here later, part declares we're a sanctuary city for straw sting those extra straws out of California to. See them Restaurants are free to serve drinks, with, plastic, straws, in, cedar park goodness here. Are the numbers keep the texts coming and the calls at five one eight three six zero five ninety just. Ahead we will give you. An update on the city of Austin's efforts to eliminate the food. Deserts in east Boston they've, been working on it they've got a. Detailed report coming up just ahead on NewsRadio KLBJ.

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"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Where I've. Gotten in the car and there's been like a fly or something. And, I felt it on my. Neck or my arm and and I I stopped the. Car and I can't take care of that situation right away I don't I don't drive all the way home give them to look back yeah that's that's. A little. Bug none of rabid, bats freaky story out of sensiti center and the final story that were just barely. Going to have time? To get to a woman's gonna spend fifteen fifteen days in jail for collecting forty seashells She Texas Horace collected forty Queen con seashells from Key West Florida apparently that's that's a big deal The judge sentenced the woman from Dallas to serve six months of probation and pay a five hundred dollar. Fine plus two hundred. Sixty dollars for court costs for taking a forty Queen conches from. The, waters it's around key west She said she didn't know taking the shells from the beach was a legal and she was planning on giving the state protected mollusks away as gifts taking a living Queen. Conch is a legal Also, killing mutilating or removing a living green con from a shell is prohibited according to the Florida fish and wildlife conservation Commission I had no idea that that, was a. Legal. So I can say I don't necessarily agree. Seems to be going to jail. For this by also she. Must be really weird because he wants to take home like a giant. Especially tight. Yeah and then give to. Your forty of them you're really needed forty of these there was an empty shell. I could understand. A little bit more than one that was a living she was she was, actually snitched on she was arrested by an officer from the commission after a tipster called the agency oh my God I that doesn't. Surprise me. Because I bet you the. Residents of key west stick that stuff very seriously so when they are picking up. Seashells they meet Him, knocked honor I mean I'm sure she didn't know really needed to take forty of those giant hermit. Crab things home that's a rough. Trip to Florida I bet she won't become to. Key west anytime soon coming up in, the next segment we'll do. Our weekend events segment here on PM Tampa Bay Traffic and weather by heart radio Stein seventy WFL a From the Florida central credit union home, loans traffic center..

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Toxic algae a slimy mess for aquatic lifeblood of South Florida

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Toxic algae a slimy mess for aquatic lifeblood of South Florida

"Update rescue teams north thailand have been drilling into a mountain looking for alternative ways to get twelve stranded boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave cbs's kris martinez they're preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising floodwater that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe retry because to be afraid of the bbc sophie long you've been in and ask the cave overnight they brought out some messages from the boys and their coach and in a school note from the coach he said he sincerely apologize to the voice parents he said he promised to take care of them they're also nights when the boys as well many of them saying don't worry about us we all strong we fine but a lot of them asking for certain things to eat when they come out news update i'm peter king kcbs news time to thirty to a bay area residents who is a thai native is heading back to her home country to lend her services as an interpreter ben johnson lucky spoke with cbs thirteen at her brother's restaurant in vacaville have signed me up to be part of the interpreting team this is in a very remote area you can't display somebody who who is totally bilingual in english and tie it says it's important to get critical incorrect information out and she believes that her language skills will help prevent another potential disaster and elon musk says that he sent engineers from two of his companies to thailand to see if they can help rescue the members of that team musk said the boring company digs tunnels for advanced transport systems and it employs advanced ground penetrating radar he says engineers from both both boring company and spacex hope to brainstorm a plan with thai officials well if you're going boating or swimming this weekend don't forget to check for toxic algae cbs news correspondent manuel bojorquez is in florida where the governor is being asked to declare a state of emergency chris whitman's been fishing south west florida his entire life but the ones postcard perfect summer waters are becoming fouled by slimy and toxic renounced it's not looking good for the future i mean i've cancelled my trips the last few weeks because of this issue and i'm not on the water's much as i once was it's a recurring nightmare but this year's early bloom could signal one of the worst summers yet the problem starts here lake okeechobee the aquatic life blood of south florida after heavy rains the army corps of engineers released millions of gallons to relieve pressure on the lakes old earthen dam but the water is chock full of chemicals and nutrients much of it runoff from commercial agriculture and sprawling development when that mix bakes in the summer sun the algae population explodes biologist john cassani has been collecting samples and warning about the health hazards the toxins the son of bacteria produce are incredibly potent they affect liver function there's narrow toxins that they they produce so it's a suite of really toxic stuff that can kill wildlife and really impact people's health wildlife like manatees can choke to death but underwater the entire marine ecosystem is at risk so to or waterslide businesses captain chris whitman says he's lost twenty thousand dollars on cancelled trips already this summer this is gonna take a lot of work and a lot of time to fix it but it is fixable these are manmade issues and man can fix them the federal government and the state have approved a one point six billion dollar plan to clean and store some of the lake water but it still has not been funded even the private sector is stepping in offering a ten million dollar reward to whoever comes up with the best plan to fix the problem here because the algae has already been spotted in as much as ninety percent of lake okeechobee manuel bojorquez in florida there are growing trade tensions between the us and china the us place to twenty five percent tax on certain goods imported from china including auto parts and medical devices china hit back with tariffs of its own cbs news correspondent dean reynolds says that wisconsin could get caught in the squeeze girls stacey lindbergh's family owns a small dairy farm with seventy five cows and a lot of anxiety we don't make a lot of money and.

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"west florida" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"These little shrimp that you have captured inside of this glass ball and the reason this relates to robert the doll is that there are people who contact me all the time and they say robert the doll is being treated like a prisoner he has he's he's being kept in this cage and this museum in key west florida he's in a glass box isn't he well yes yes and i look at these little shrimp that i have and i think to myself to be honest with you i went to red lobster tonight yeah well they say these can live for at least ten twenty thirty years i mean the they can potentially procreate then they don't get big what do they eat well they eat the algae you know they're like little sima eventually what happens if the algae dies off in this thing can you can you get into it no i can't get into goodbye shrimp yeah well you know they they will probably outlive me and and so robert the doll is kinda like one of those shrimps using because he's sitting there in this glass enclosure and there are people who contact me and they say god roberts must hate being treated like a prisoner and i say just the opposite robert the doll is living the big large life right now i mean he everybody loves him people respect him more than ever and he does have some sense of life i think and so when people walk into that room where robert the doll lives then they stop and they say robert i'm so sorry to bother you about i would like your permission to take a photograph with you and everything goes fine and so i think robert the doll is doing better than ever and what we have to understand is if he weren't in that environment who knows he could be a dumpster right now has he ever left that glass enclosure on his own o on well yeah on his own he has he's he's gotten out some types hasn't he well there was a flood that museum at one point so i'm told by some of the past curator's.

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"west florida" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on KELO

"These little shrimp that you have captured inside of this glass ball and the reason this relates to robert the doll is that there are people who contact me all the time and they say robert the doll is being treated like a prisoner he has he's he's being kept in this cage and this museum in key west florida he's in a glass box isn't he well yes he is and i look at these little shrimp that i have and i think to myself to be honest with you i went to red lobster tonight yeah well they say these can live for at least ten twenty thirty years i mean the they can potentially procreate then they don't get big what do they eat well they eat the algae you know they're like little sima eventually what happens if the algae dies off this thing can you can you get into it no i can't get into goodbye shrimp yeah well you know th they will probably outlive me and and so robert the doll is kinda like one of those shrimps see because he's sitting there in this glass enclosure and there are people who contact me and they say god robert must hate being treated like a prisoner and i say just the opposite robert the doll is living the big large life right now i mean he everybody loves him people respect him more than ever and he does have some sense of life i think and so when people walk into that room where robert the doll lives then they stop and they say robert i'm so sorry to bother you but i would like your permission to take a photograph with you and everything goes fine and so i think robert the doll is doing better than ever and what we have to understand is if he weren't in that environment who knows he could be in a dumpster right now has he ever left that glass enclosure on his own oh well on it well yeah on his own he has he's he's gotten out some types hasn't he well there was a flood that museum at one point so i'm told by some of the past curator's.

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"west florida" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And we return to washington dc and the guys are interviewing a world war two vet here in this segment a military wife an active duty servicemen as we continue to circle around the world war two memorial we were struck by the enormity of it showing the sheer scale of the war huge pillars surround the memorial each one of these pillars represents the states and territories that sent men and women to the field and two separate pavilion said on opposite sides of a large center fountain representing the two major theaters of the war and paying homage to individual battles and events you can't help but feel small walking on those stone steps we talked with a man named ed desmond who told us about his time in the navy from his wheelchair jasmine ward through and i was on a elsie s number one twenty eight gunboats in the pacific and there was one hundred thirty of them so they didn't have names they had numbers we sail my ship in boston we sailed down the coast can only stay out for thirty days because drinking water you gotta have water so we went down the coast opted little creek virginia courts new york of course and key west florida charleston south carolina the more down to the canal when over to san diego stayed there for about a week refueled and rapper sale andrew j again we talk side all of those maybe not succession and then we were down to okinawa 'em we did pick a duty for the destroyers and battleships and basically they had to get to the battleships they had to go through our college i so we wound up down in philippines ready for the invasion of japan and it was the most dramatic scene i have ever seen there was so many ships you couldn't count them and you couldn't see the end of it and when the end the war and all the guns fired up and we had to go below deck because the shrapnel was coming down on top of us we asked ed what life was like as a veteran and he told us a story about a yearly reunion he attends with his former shipmates on these thirty ships right we have a reunion every year inner city in the united states and last year we were in sacramento california and there were only twelve of us left out of the.

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"west florida" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"And we return to washington dc and the guys are interviewing a wall war two vet here in this segment a military wife an inactive duty servicemen as we continue to circle around the world war two memorial we were struck by the enormity of it showing the sheer scale of the war huge pillars surround the memorial each one of these pillars represents the states and territories that sent men and women to the field and two separate pavilion set on opposite sides of a large center fountain representing the two major theaters of the war and paying homage to individual battles and events you can't help but feel small walking on those stone steps we talked with a man named ed desmond who told us about his time in the navy from his wheelchair i'm a world war two and i was on a elsie s number one twenty eight there were gun boats in the pacific and there was one hundred thirty of them so they didn't have names they had numbers do we sail my ship in boston we sailed down the coast you can only stay out for thirty days because of drinking water you gotta have water so we went down the coast up to little creek virginia courts new york of course and key west florida charleston south carolina the more down to the canal when overton san diego stayed there for about a week refueled sale you andrew j in we talk side all of those maybe not in succession we were down to okinawa and we did pick a duty for the destroyers and battleships and basically they had to get to the battleship they had to go through our forty apollo i so we wound up down in philippines ready for the invasion of japan and it was the most dramatic scene i have ever seen there was so many ships you couldn't count them and you couldn't see the end of them when the end the war rendered and all the guns fired up we had to go below deck because the shrapnel was coming down on top of us we asked ed what life was like as a veteran and he told us a story about a yearly reunion he attends with his former shipmates hundred ships right union every year city in the united states and last few in sacramento california and there were only twelve of.

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"west florida" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Sure absolutely if you're going to challenge it in court and the judges were appointed by democrats of course they're gonna find in favor of the court because you can't get away from it here bill writes in on a local level andrew i'm still baffled why get to vote for three delegates in the city but my relatives in saint mary's only get one seems like my vote counts more so much for one person one vote well again that will that has to do with population and has to do with you know sort of how we go down this road with the resident districts i mean out in queens county thirty six district had four delegates anybody in those districts could vote for them which was you know there was there was something to be said for that donovan ellicott city rights oh by the way bill i will let them know where you are north where were you were in north west florida just because of your phone number donald unallocated city rights of voting districts should be by county period if the population of the county dictates more than one rep than the candidate's campaign to represent the i'm sorry more more one more than one representative van the candidates campaigned represent the popular should vote accordingly representative using putting the reps according to that will outline the electorate again you can do it by county but they have to be if not equal roughly i think they all have to be equal you know out we sort of divide this up and that's where the problem comes in it's all a balancing of interests here that's that's the the key thing kevin and freeland rights andrew does maryland liberal government allow a all right i'm not sure andrew does maryland liberal government allowed to draw on legislative.

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U.S. military copter crashes with 7 troops on board

America's Morning News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

U.S. military copter crashes with 7 troops on board

"Three five there were seven people on board a us military helicopter that crashed in iraq and h h sixty pave hawk helicopter crashed in iraq thursday near the border with syria there were seven personnel onboard the chopper at the time an investigation is underway but according to the military early indication say no hostile fire was involved in the accident the cause of the crash has not been confirmed this accident comes one day after two naval aviators were declared dead after their f eighteen fighter jet crashed off the coast of key west florida i'm john lawrence reporting british prime minister theresa may has been joined by australian leader malcolm turnbull in condemning the nerve agent attack on a former russian spy in south western england downing street says turn expressed his complete solidarity with the uk and its response to the attempted murder while the us and other nations have also condemned the attack and russia denies the attack and threatens reprisals i'm evan haning investments insecurities involves the risk of loss the following is a far too common tale of investing in annuities a successful couple invested a large portion of their savings and annuities thinking they were a safe way to guarantee a dependable income streams no matter what the market did.

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"west florida" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To fifty six hundred thoughts and prayers and i don't give a flying youknowwhat how much that phrase pisses off the left but thoughts and prayers to two of our navy men you might have heard a navy f eighteen fighter jet crashed early this morning off of key west two crew members on board ejected they were rescued but they both died later in the day the jet belong to the vfat to thirteen fighter squadron which is based in oceanic virginia near norfolk i witnesses said that the jet flipped sideways there was a fireball and then the plane just dropped out of the sky it is amazing to me that these two crew members were able to a jacked just amazing clearly something went terribly wrong again this was this was yesterday wednesday off a key west florida a navy f eighteen fighter jet crashing in the waters off a key west two of our men to crew members both crew members who were on board perished it's amazing they ejected they they were able.

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GOP considering recount, lawsuit after Pennsylvania special election

Morning Edition

02:24 min | 2 years ago

GOP considering recount, lawsuit after Pennsylvania special election

"The leisure seeker starring helen mirren and donald sutherland as a longtime married couple who decide to drop everything up their vintage rv embark on a new adventure to key west now playing wnyc independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly there's still no official winner in pennsylvania special congressional election democrat connor lamb has a six hundred twenty seven vote lead after all absentee ballots were counted republicans say they may request a recount or file a lawsuit lamb has declared victory over republican rick succumb and says he doesn't think president trump was much of a factor in the race most of the people that i've met on the actual street actual voters don't really wanna talk about the president one way or another in this campaign they want their own representative the winner will face re election in november the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet preparing to land in key west florida both crew members aboard ejected but neither survived college basketball's march madness kicks into high gear today with sixteen games in the main bracket of the ncw division one men's basketball tournament here's npr's tom goldman some of the country's top teams play today including kansas villanova and duke the appeal of this tournament also means teams like radford iona and pan get their moment in the spotlight probably not for long usa today says the money of march madness includes ten billion dollars bet on the tournament two point three billion in lost workplace productivity and zero dollars paid players virginia is the tournament's top seed i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york house speaker paul ryan says he's not opposed of funding a new hudson river rail tunnel despite a veto threat by president trump that's according to local lawmakers who met with ryan yesterday wnyc's washington correspondent john o'connor reports ryan's pledge clears a big hurdle for the gateway plan which had been included in the original house spending bill but new jersey republican chris noth says there's still work to do because of trump's opposition by hope that they did that says okay i may not like it as.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Morning Edition

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the international red cross as an aid convoy is making its way into rebelheld eastern gouda today in syria twenty five trucks are involved in coordination with the un russia's un ambassador is questioning britain's motives after prime minister theresa may announced twentythree russian diplomats are being expelled over a nerve agent attack on an expired his daughter may blames moscow for the attack in southern england but ambassador of a selena benza is pushing back he's heard here through an interpreter don't forget the is well known as a state which uses targeted assassinations by drones and listening hearing from you invectives against us is something that is odd the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet off the coast of key west florida as nancy klinger with member station w l are reports the two crew members aboard were able to inject but neither survived the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceana in virginia wall street futures are higher this morning i'm david mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york students in the region are speaking out against gun violence across the country students walk out of class yesterday for a national walkout calling for tougher gun control measures and honoring the seventeen people killed in the park land florida shooting last month at grace dodge career and technical education high school near the bronx zoo students gathered outside to make their demands.

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2 dead, including suspect, after shooting at Birmingham hospital, authorities say

Midday on WNYC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

2 dead, including suspect, after shooting at Birmingham hospital, authorities say

"In their classrooms that's a problem students also staged as seventeen minutes sit in outside of the white house to honor each student who died in last month's school shooting in florida windsor johnston npr news the capitol a hospital shooting in birmingham alabama has left two people dead including the gunman and a third person in critical condition no word on a possible motive for wednesday's attack city fire captain hr watson we've had a call you said there was a shooting in the er you may be hospital highlands is part of the medical school at the university of alabama the school was placed on lock down for about a half hour surgeries that had been scheduled there for thursday are now canceled this is npr news the michigan senate has voted to extend the statute of limitations for lawsuits filed by victims of sexual abuse the legislation retroactively covers victims of former michigan state and usa gymnastics sports dr larry nassar who is serving a life sentence for molesting hundreds of young athletes the measure would limit the immunity defense in such cases and require more people to notify authorities of suspected abuse the bills have been sent to the michigan house a navy fighter jet crashed near key west florida wednesday killing two crew members w nancy klinger has details the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway both were killed in the crash the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceanic in virginia the navy is not released their names until their families can be notified for npr news i'm nancy klinger in key west florida is recalling almost one point four million mid size cars north america because the steering columns can loosen over time causing the driver to lose control the automaker says it knows of two crashes and one injury linked to the problem the national highway traffic safety administration began an investigation last fall following complaints of steering wheels falling off fusions from the twenty fourteen through twenty sixteen model years the recall covers twenty fourteen through twenty sixteen.

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Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 2 years ago

Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US Senate has voted sixty seven to thirty one to roll back some of the Wall Street reforms enacted in response to the two thousand eight financial crisis as NPR's, Kelsey, Snell reports supporters of the measure, say it will provide relief for many banks. The bills group of bipartisan cosponsors say would ease restrictions on small banks that are critical to small businesses and prevalent in many communities in rural America. Under the Bill banks with assets under two hundred fifty billion dollars would not be required to go through rigorous annual stress. Tests supporters say that will make it cheaper for small and medium size banks to keep issuing loans and doing business Senate critics like Democrats, Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown. Say these changes opened the door for further banking deregulation. They want to ensure banks are monitored closely to avoid another financial crisis, like the two thousand eight meltdown that. Led to the passage of dodd-frank Kelsey Snell NPR news, the capital thousands of teenagers walked out of high schools across the nation today to protest school violence as W ABC's. Lisa Hagan reports from Atlanta. The response from school officials was mixed like many schools across the country. Some metro Atlanta school systems embraced the national walkout as a teachable moment for students, others threatened consequences. Cobb County is a mostly suburban area. Just north of Atlanta. It's school district did not endorse the walkout and told students and parents that demonstrators might face consequences. Knowing that student Shelby whitmire walked out of class at pope highschool in Cobb. I don't think it's her for us to be punished for sending up for something that could hurt us in the long run. Whitmire is bracing for suspension, though. Cobb County schools has not clarified how or if students will be punished for NPR news. I'm Lisa Hagen in Atlanta. President Trump is upbeat about the US economy Trump tilling and business. This round table in Saint Louis that the Republican tax Bill and his economic policies are driving the nation's lowest jobless rate, invest corporate earnings in years. We've never had a time when we've had companies at this level of readiness preparedness and and stability speaking at a Boeing factory that makes fighter jets Trump also said Congress working on a second tax package, but did not elaborate the top democrat in the Senate says, his party is not much interested in fixing errors in the new tax law, but would welcome bipartisan, rewrite toys, R us says it plans to sell or close all of its US stores, which employ around thirty three thousand people. The move follows a failed attempt to reorganize in a bankruptcy filing last fall. The New Jersey company, which also includes babies R S cited competition from online retailers and a shift from toys to electron IX. This is NPR news. A navy fighter jet has crashed off the coast of Key West Florida, killing the two crew members in a statement US, naval air forces, say the FAA eighteen F went down on final approach to Boca Chica field. During a training exercise, the cause of the crash is being investigated. The Federal Election Commission is giving tentative approval for some new rules on digital ads in politics. NPR's Peter Overby says the F E C is responding to the wave of ads from Russian trolls. During the two thousand sixteen presidential race. It small first step toward preventing anonymous ads like those pro-trump messages from Russia. If it filtered through Facebook and other social media, the proposal seeks to update the rules for disclaimers to paid for by tagline required for ads that expressly support or attack candidates. The current rules date back to two thousand six when websites and blogs for cutting edge in digital politicking to proposed rule will be up for sixty days of public comment. Followed by hearing in late June. There's still a lot the FCC hasn't dealt with or can't deal with. For instance, it doesn't regulate edge that focus strictly on issues. Many of the Russian ads did exactly that Peter Overby NPR news, Washington former Trump campaign manager. Paul Manafort is tried to have his federal case dismissed and of court motion filed Wednesday. Manafort says the special counsel exceeded his thority by charging him with crimes, not related to the Russia, probe Manafort has pleaded not guilty to fraud tax evasion money laundering and other counts stemming from his work. In Ukraine, if as his trial in July, I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"Financial system meltdown ten years ago the cause millions of americans lose their jobs and homes it will have to be reconciled with a much more expansive rollback of the protections passed by the house democrat connor lamb continues to hold a lead of hundreds of votes over republican rick saccone and a special congressional election in pennsylvania republican had represented the district for fifteen years deputy white house spokesman robert shaw says the outcome would have been worse it president trump not gotten involved the president's engagement the race turn what was a deficit for the republican candidate into what is essentially a tie no winners been declared the crew of two has been recovered after the us navy warplane crashed off key west florida the navy f eighteen fighter went down as it was on to naval air station key west the two pilots aboard were able to checked about a mile from the runway they were later recovered in shallow waters close to the base taken to a local hospital for medical treatment officials say their status is unknown martinez abc news the pentagon it was a down day on wall street with the dow closing off two hundred forty nine points and the nasdaq losing fourteen you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's five oh to really nice afternoon in seattle where we have fifty four degrees i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center kids from seattle joined.

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