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Fresh update on "whiting" discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"I think it wasn't so much that he protested by kneeling. It was wearing the pig socks with cops. Pigs dressed as police officers to practice And now all of a sudden, in years past go look at his Twitter account. Go look at what's on Twitter about Colin Kaepernick and years passed wishing people happy Fourth of July all of a sudden issue. He's had an epiphany. And so Nike isn't pulling anything by Colin Kaepernick down because it's defending someone like me by calling it a white supremacist holiday, But they pulled the Redskins gear so it's arbitrary over what's really offensive and what isn't These are the arguments that we get caught up in instead of the really conversations about howto fix re Elish use And it's sad. It's absolutely sad. Speaking of absolutely sad, I'm gonna leave you with a question that we're going to discuss in just a moment. Put our next president of the United States be Kanye West. I'll leave you to think about that. We'll talk about it next Dave Ramsey..
White House defends Trump remark on 99 percent of virus cases
"The the White White House House says is it defending remains another against of president a national trump's mandate questionable ordering claims Americans about to the virus wear masks pandemics calling impact it a state on to state Saturday matter the president again some governors downplayed like New the Jersey danger Democrat of virus Phil cases Murphy wanted ninety nine national percent strategy of that which includes requiring masks are totally harmless Murphy says the that nation's goes only against as science strong as that its does weakest not reflect link the suffering New Jersey of millions is seeing of a virus small patients virus spike or the as fact residents that return the virus from can hot be spread spots to the more vulnerable but at the White House while certainly the FDA's a chief declined national mandate yesterday to is defend is not the in president's order chief statement of staff White mark meadows House chief tells of staff fox mark and meadows friends the this administration morning did is on leading fox governors and friends and the mayors the vast to weigh majority in of people Sager are safe from make this ani White Washington House press secretary Kaylee McEntee told fox the president was saying most people who get the virus will recover Sager mag ani Washington
White House again rejects national mask mandate calls
"The White House says it remains against a national mandate ordering Americans to wear masks calling it a state to state matter some governors like New Jersey Democrat Phil Murphy wanted national strategy that includes requiring masks Murphy says the nation's only as strong as its weakest link New Jersey is seeing a small virus spike as residents return from hot spots but at the White House certainly a national mandate is is not in order chief of staff mark meadows tells fox and friends the administration is leading governors and the mayors to weigh in Sager make ani Washington
7 men arrested after harassing black family with Nazi salutes on Oregon beach: police
"Were arrested at an Oregon beach Saturday after police say they harassed and intimidated a black family during the Fourth of July event more from camels, Frank Lindsay around 9 30 Saturday night, police were called out to the Spanish head in Lincoln City, Oregon, officers were told a group of white men were taunting a black family at the beach, allegedly insulting them performing Nazi salutes and shouting racial slurs. Police say the men were highly intoxicated and live illegal fireworks and challenge the officers to fight. Police formed a barricade between the men and the family so the family could leave the beach and get back to their hotel. Seven men face charges, including disorderly conduct riot and harassment six or from Clark County. The seventh refused to provide any identification. Frank Lindsay, Come o New 7 39
White House rejects national strategy on masks
"The White House is again rejecting calls for a national mandate on wearing masks chief of staff mark meadows says president trump sees it as a state to state matter telling fox and friends the administration's leading governors and the mayors way in new Jersey's governor says he would like to see a national virus strategy that includes a mask requirement Democrat Phil Murphy says his state's seeing a small spike from residents coming back from virus hot spots at the nation is only as strong as its weakest link but the White House has been resisting a federal mask mandate all along vice president pence said last week wearing one needs to be a personal choice we're gonna continue to respect the right of every American solder mask ani Washington
Trump claims 99 percent of virus cases harmless
"Over the holiday weekend president trump made another in a series of statements downplaying the virus pandemic severity on July fourth at the White House the president touted a boost in testing saying more than forty million people have been tested by so doing we showcases ninety nine percent of which are totally harmless that flies in the face of both science and the American death toll of roughly one hundred thirty thousand asked on CNN yesterday to defend the president's claim FDA commissioner Stephen Holland declined saying the data show a serious problem and people need to take it seriously Sager mag ani Washington
2 Chicago White Sox players test positive for coronavirus
"Tested positive for covert 19. The and identified players are asymptomatic. They'll have to test negative twice before joining their teammates. The Atlanta Braves
Two Chicago White Sox Players Test Positive For COVID-19
"Pair of white socks are missing from summer camp underway since Friday, two players tested positive for the Corona virus before getting to the ball park and our quarantining, according to the team in the Chicago area. You know the testing's done. It obviously works, and they were They were identified, and the appropriate measures are being taken to manager. Ricky ran a Rhea saying. Both Sox players are asymptomatic who continue to monitor and make sure that they are first of all feeling healthy and clear of any effects of it. And then there will be no continue to be tested until their native and able to come back with us and they'll be allowed to jury joined the team after consecutive negative tests.
Several men taunt black family at Oregon beach, police say
"Were arrested at an Oregon beach Saturday after police say they harassed and intimidated a black family during 1/4 of July event. More from comas, Frank Lindsay around 9 30 Saturday night. Police were called out to the Spanish head in Lincoln City, Oregon, Officers were told a group of white men were taunting a black family at the beach, allegedly insulting them performing Nazi salutes and shouting racial slurs. Police say the men were highly intoxicated and let illegal fireworks and challenge the officers to fight. Police formed a barricade between the men and the family so the family could leave the beach and get back to their hotel. The seven men face charges, including disorderly conduct riot and harassment six or from Clark County. The seventh refused to provide any identification. Frank
Woman robbed, sexually assaulted on Near North Side after man forced her into van, Chicago police say
"Continues this morning for a man accused of sexually assaulting and robbing a woman on the near north side over the weekend. A community alert from police says it happened around seven o'clock Saturday morning in the 100 block of East here, Ron 37 year old woman was approached by a man in a white Honda honesty, minivan, and investigators say the man claimed to have a weapon, rob the woman and forced her into the van where he sexually assaulted her. Belmont area. Detectives are now asking anyone with information to contact them. Anti
Early findings grim on the health of Flint kids after water crisis
"Flint, once a prosperous hub of the American auto industry, was nearly bankrupt back in 2014. Officials hope to save money by switching the city water source from the Great Lakes to the Flint River. Almost immediately, residents began noticing something wasn't right. The water was rust colored and many people had rashes. Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality in the city insisted. The water in Flint is safe. Later, a state investigation found those officials hid the fact that the river water was not treated with chemicals that would prevent the pipes from corroding. So for months, the water ate away at Flint's old pipes. Releasing led into residents tap water. They were poisoned. I mean, they were poisoned by this water, and they they were all exposed. The toxic water. Dr. Mona Hanna. Tisha is a pediatrician in Flint, who her patients call Dr Mona is our Dr Mona is a bit of a superhero herself here because she was the first to link the water toa high levels of lead in the Children of Flint. So within a few months of being on this water General Motors, which was born in Flint, and still has plants in Flint, I noticed that this water our drinking water was corroding their engine parts. It's possible the drinking water was corroding engine parts, so they were allowed to go back to Great Lakes water. Anybody at that point say, if it's corroding an engine, maybe they shouldn't be going into our bodies and our kids. I mean, that should have been like fire alarm bells like red flags. So what did it take before your your eyes open about this? Yeah, it was the word lead because the word lead When you're a physician or a pediatrician signals what in your brain? There is no safe level of lead. We're never supposed to expose a population or a child to lead. Because we can't do much about it. It is an irreversible neurotoxin. It attacks the core of what it means to be you and impacts cognition. How Children think actually drops I Q levels It impacts behavior leading to things like developmental delays and has these life altering Consequences. In 2015 Dr Mona and a colleague started digging through blood test records of 1700 Flint Children, including the kids, She sees that the Hurley Children's clinic ready, Okay. The nonprofit clinic serves most of Flint's kids. The city is 53% black and has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. So we looked at the Children's by the levels before the water switch. We compare them to Children, but lead levels after the water switch. And in the areas where the water lead levels were the highest and that those parts of the city we saw the greatest increase in Children's lead levels. Armed with the first medical evidence that kids were being exposed to lead from the water. Dr. Mona did something controversial. She quickly held a press conference to share the blood test study. Before other doctors reviewed her work was a bit of an academic. No, no kind of a form of academic disobedience. But you knew that I knew that but like, but there was no choice. There was no way I was going to wait to have this. This research about Ed. Two weeks later, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder ordered the water switch back to the Great Lakes and declared a state of emergency. I say tonight is 1/2 before. I'm sorry, and I will fix it. The damage was done. Dr Mona estimates 14,000 kids in Flint under the age of 6 may have been exposed to lead in their water. I never should have had to do the research that literally used the blood of our Children as detectors of environmental contamination. Three years after the crisis began, the percentage of third graders in Flint, who passed Michigan standardized literacy test dropped from 41% to 10%. I'm very concerned about my Children and not only my Children, but I'm concerned about the Children of Flint Kenyatta Dotson is still fearful of the water. Even though the state is spending more than $300 million to fix the water system City promised to replace all 12,000 supply lines that may have been contaminated with lead. Last fall. Now they say the work won't be done until summer. Dotson says she and her daughters will continue to use bottled water for cooking and brushing their teeth any time to come back to a place where I feel whole again. You don't feel right now. Would this have happened in a rich white suburb? Maybe it would have happened in interest twice over. Would it have continued for a long A zit has? I don't believe
Oregon protesters clash with police; 8-year-old dies during night of violence in Atlanta
"In Portland are bracing for possible unrest again tonight. Here's CBS's major Garrett. In Oregon. Portland police declared last night's clash with demonstrators a riot and doing so for the second time in two days, protestors launched fireworks and threw bricks at the federal courthouse. Police fired tear gas and arrested at least a dozen For 38 straight days, Portland has seen mostly peaceful protests for racial justice. Many in that movement blame a fringe of white protesters for the violence. Atlanta this morning a young girl who got caught in the middle of inner city violence, Mayor Letitia Lance bottoms were fighting the enemy within Well, we're shooting each other up on our streets in this city and you shot and killed a baby. They won one shooter. They were at least two shooters. An eight year old baby
Kanye West says he's running for president
"West for president makes us faster in a tweet, the wrapper says. We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God unifying our vision and building our futures. I am running for president of the United States. Hashtag Vision 2020 Thea Now nce mint has hundreds of thousands of Retweets, of course, his wife and potential first lady Kim Kardashian, West retweeted him, But the real endorsement is from Elon Musk Space X and Tesla's CEO says you have my full support. Late last year. West said he would make a run for the White House in 2024. But according to the Federal Election Commission website, there is one con game West registered for this year. But the name listed is unsuited for radio.
Chicago White Sox, Washington Nationals, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals Players Test Positive For COVID-19
"Latest in baseball is from a cove it's standpoint. Is. There were four teams today that announced that they had they had two positive tests each. Didn't say who didn't say which players. The teams were The The White Sox. The nationals, the Pirates and the Cardinals have had positive tests. Again. As I outlined earlier. I think this is just this is going to be part of the process. This's not March 11th were Rudy Gobert test positive and the entire N BA shuts down. Who we knew very little about the virus. Back then we were at the very front of the curve, flattening part of it. Some would argue that we've put ourselves back into a spot where we're tryingto re flat in the curve in certain parts of the country, including where I am in Texas. But but we we know a lot more now about who the virus effects may be some ways to mitigate the effects on people that are feeling symptomatic. We know that most people have fallen to the age group that these players Aaron are going to be more of them are going to be a symptomatic than symptomatic. In short, the virus has become something To manage as opposed to this gigantic warrior holding a weapon ready to chop your head off, which is what it felt like back in March. I mean, it's still a serious thing. I don't want to take it lightly, and I know for certain people out there whether it's because of age or underlying health issues. It's a much bigger deal than it is for some, so I'm not trying to minimize it. I'm just trying to I'm trying to express how sports is viewing it right now as a major issue to manage as opposed to something that is going to turn the lights off all together, it could still turn the lights off altogether. I just think it's going to take a lot for these leagues to shut down. You know they're expanding the rosters. They're taking every health precaution available. The big tell is that none of them are being specific about what exactly would shut down the league. That to me is the one way that you can tell that it's going to take a lot to shut down the league. Or maybe shut down a team and by the way they would shut down a team and just remove them before they shut down the sport.
Two Chicago White Sox Players Test Positive For COVID-19
"Isolation. Nationals manager David Martinez says two players out of the 60 test turned up positive in their organization. Nats reliever Sean Doolittle, displeased that his results from Friday aren't back yet. Employing baseball to quote clean this self n BA the Milwaukee Bucks, the latest team to shut down their practice facility
State flags moved to Museum of Mississippi History
"Is moving its old flag with its Confederate imagery to a museum. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports. The flag has been taken down from state buildings. Under a law approved last week, the state flag, first adopted by white supremacists in 18 94 incorporated the Confederate battle emblem. The banner will now be housed in the state's history museum. That's the the proper proper context context for for it, it, says says Pamela, Pamela, Junior Junior director director of of the the Mississippi Mississippi Civil Civil Rights Rights and and History History Museums. Museums. After After 126 126 years, years, we're retiring this flag and putting it in a place in a museum, where people can be educated and and long and be able to interpret looking. Interpret that flag. Commission will design a new Mississippi state flag that will be put to popular vote in November. Debbie Elliot
Zandi predicts job numbers will be "meaningfully worse" in July amid COVID spikes
"The US added 4.8 million jobs in June, but that data was compiled before the Corona virus spikes that started mid month. Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, joins us now from Philadelphia this morning. Good morning to you, Mark. Good morning, Margaret. You had already predicted this would be the shortest but arguably most severe recession in history. What did we learn from the data We got this week. Well, it was good about as good as you could expect. Almost five million jobs were created during a month. That's on top of 2.7 million in the month of May. So we've gotten about 1/3 of the jobs back that we lost in. In March and April. Unemployment declined properly measured. It's about 12% hard to imagine that's a good number, but it is a good number of compared to 20% which we got in April. That was the peak Here's the thing, Margaret the unfortunate thing, you know, Thie. Unexpected, better. Economic news is the result of the very rapid increase in business. Reopening is too fast, because now The virus is re intensifying and the pandemic is raging in a lot of key states across the country. They're pulling back, and that's not in the data yet. That's coming down the road, so I fear That the best economic news was in June. And as we looked at July and going forward, the job statistics were goingto look meaningfully meaningful. E worse. The pandemic is a real issue now. And these are thes states that air seeing these spikes are important to the U. S. Economy. Very large economies. Taxes California, Florida. How much do you expect to see consumers pull back They aren't there big. I mean, if you had a California, Texas, Florida, let's throw in Arizona. You're You know, you're not talking about over fist of the economy, probably closer to 1/3 of the economy right there. Andi. I do expect we're going to see pull backs by businesses in those states. And here's here's a saying it's not just businesses there directly impact is not just restaurants and retailers. In all businesses are going to be nervous about the uncertainty that this all creates. And so they're going to come even more cautious and hiring back workers. And then of course, you've got consumers When I you know we were. We already had one hand on the bunker. I can't imagine that many of us are going to go right back into the bunker is a result of all this and wait this out so This is very disconcerting. And if Dr Fauci is right and we're headed towards 100,000 per day, I think the prospects of going back into recession are pretty high. What we know, certainly at the White House and on Capitol Hill, they're going to have to take a look at what kind of emergency aid will need to be provided. In light of some of this changing information that we're receiving, in your view. Do you think Congress needs to provide some kind of help to American families? 80 million Americans have Children under the age of 18. They can't necessarily send them back to school in the summer. Maybe not in the fall. Childcare is also in question. How important is it to address that specific challenge? Critical. It's absolutely critical. You know if Congress and administration don't get it together in the next few weeks before Congress goes away on its August recess, I fear we're going back into recession because Thie economy needs a lot of help. And you, you point out there's a lot of even though unemployment back down if you add up folks that are unemployed people who have gotten ours cut there so working, but they got their hours. Cut. Then consider those folks that are still working. Haven't gotten your hours cut got their pay cut. You're talking about 1/3 of all American workers. They're still struggling here. And if they don't get some additional help on atyou know the the unemployment insurance expansion that was part of the original help to the economy is going away in 2 to 3 weeks. So if Congress administration don't figure out how to provide more help to these folks, they're going absolutely no choice but to stop paying bills, cut spending and the economy is really gonna struggle. Here's the other thing. State. Local governments are hemorrhaging red ink, right, So every every state government across the country doesn't matter whether you're a Republican state of a democratic state. You're hemorrhaging reading and they're slashing payrolls and these are Middle income jobs, their teachers their fire. They're policed their emergency responders. These were the kinds of folks we need working at any time, but particularly in a pandemic, So it's just absolutely critical, critical that Congress doesn't take the wrong message from the June jobs number. And says, Okay, Mission accomplished. We're OK here for far from it. They need to provide a lot more help in very soon. But what about the specific child care issue? How does how does Congress Well, they're your right. They have to provide support through Tio support for child care on the other side of that during the pandemic once schools during the summer and once when school if schools don't reopen. So there has to be additional support their you know, there's different ways of providing this for direct aid to people who are unemployed, or, you know, through the through unemployment. Suren CE were through the tax code. There's a child tax credit that could be used to make it refundable two different household so that they can get cash back if you know if they have child care needs. But you know all those things need to be part of any additional support that Congress comes forward with. And hopefully again. They comport with that quickly
White Sox announce two players test positive for COVID-19
"The White Sox have confirmed they have two players that tested positive for covert 19 team is not releasing the Playersnames. Both were said to be asymptomatic and being isolated here in Chicago. Contract. Casey was used to notify those that they may have come into contact with now. Neither players allowed back in the facility until they test negative in consecutive tests. The white socks with a couple of players testing positive for covert
America's national parks face existential crisis over race
"The the re re openings openings many many people people in in the the United United States States so so using using the the opportunity to get outside and visit public spaces, especially during this holiday weekend. But the national parks are always seen as a breath of fresh air. ABC is Devon Dwyer talked to the National Park Service's first Latino Park service director about the challenges, racism and history that have made it difficult to get more black and brown Americans into national parks. The sweeping vista stir the soul, wildlife and waterfalls awaken a sense of wonder. American wilderness of playground for old and for young and overwhelmingly white. When you look around, you don't see people that you identify with you Don't Feel welcome. You feel out of place you feel Like you are an outsider and bring Terek is founder of Brown people camping When she was eight years old. Her family moved from India to Minnesota, where she fell in love with the outdoors. 20 years later, she's still astonished not to see more people like her. Some people might say, Isn't this just that people of color don't like to camp? That's a generalization, and they're just because something isn't happening or the presence of someone is missing does not mean they don't want to be there. Too many Americans of color parks campgrounds enforced land are stubborn bastions of self segregation. Racism was a factor at the founding of America's national parks created in part to be an escape for white urban elites. Several were racially segregated into the 19 fifties. Many considered uninviting to people of color into the 19 nineties. We have an inherent fear we do because of our history about Glenn into these remote rural places where we're not sure that will be accepted. Lauren Gay, the self described outdoorsy diva blog's about Our experiences is a woman of color in the wilderness. When you don't see it in marketing advertising for one in the psyche. You don't necessarily think this is something that For me. The National Park Service is the persistent whiteness of its 419 parks is an existential crisis. David Vela is the first Latino to lead the agency as a person of color. I think that Our national parks and what I have found their places where we can learn Maura about What happened in the past because that reflects our thinking today. In a report for shared with ABC News, the park service find 77% of its visitors are white. Just 23% are people of color. The minorities make up 42% of the US population. The lack of transportation opportunities is clearly going to be a factor. Oh, what a lot of folks don't understand is that We're closer than what you think, especially in the urban areas.
"whiting" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"Work environment that she works in. Right that she works in and she. She has to deal with that. Like. Cheesy has to do with it. I just. Don't know there's gotta be some solution. Yeah Burning it down. I I would love to. The management's burning it down already. The CBC and you know Post Media's not GONNA be around for too much longer, either, although the sons of the world us on the Toronto Sun, they'll, they'll survive post media's death. There's. I've always said to friends when they get frustrated in their workplace and I won't say where and I won't say what kind of media, but that they just need to take over that they just need to tell their manager to fuck themselves, and they need to take it over. I know that's not a great solution, but if there was. A mass staff revolt that would that would change things the fact that when he mostly has been suspended for saying something in a meeting that she has likely said many times before. Does indicate that the that the frustration that the feelings of of journalists who are not white within the CBC are being heard to an extent. But I mean fuck guys like you can't even have anything left of the wing of the MVP on the. You guys of. The ship is so. This ship is so left the harbour that it's really hard to think of how to. Get it to to come back. Though all ships can't come back, so I mean it's possible well. This is a depressing way to end episode. Managed. To. Do really than ranch like I don't know. Maybe we've got some listeners who are journalists well I know we have listeners where journalists and maybe you can tell us what you think. Is there stuff that's been tried? Not working that we should be pushing for is their stuff. That's obvious that's happening. In other jurisdictions that aren't happening in Canada that are being refused like what the fuck is it or is it simply that we just need to burn it down like that police precinct in Minneapolis? Just. Let us now what it is because. This just can't continue because the price is too fucking high..
"whiting" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"Up in the North Yeah News There's a facebook post from Christine Junior. Who is hosting? the Yukon show and apologies if I've gotten, the name pronounced incorrectly because I've never had the chance to listen to the. Morning Show and again and other story of what it's like to be indigenous someone who's not white within the corporation, not able just. Not able to handle it anymore. Just it's it's too much. It's it's over and this this bullshit journalism standard practice the JSP that all all CBC employees are supposed to adhere to a lot of the problems. Go back to the JSP this document because it aggressively polices, the freedom of of CBC employees to express themselves online and I mean that is also another place that the CBC needs to change. But it's clear this is endemic. It's it's as bad in a small local station as it is in downtown. TORONTO that that our our news media like in you'll you'll get. People asking the. Author Systemic Racism, and then you get see TV Vancouver saying. Hi, have you ever experienced racism? Tell us about it in a tweet which ended up getting deleted later on. Because obviously, that's ridiculous thing to ask your audience. We like medias crisis, and as it's dying, it's going to be making even more missteps at the same time that whip, smart, young, not-so-young, racial, as journalists are finally at that moment in the career where they're white, bosses would have been when they entered into positions of power, and those positions of power are few, and far between as the industry is dying, people are holding onto that power, even more ridiculous and cruel ways, and so yeah, so so coming up with solutions I mean. Journalists have to figure out anonymous way to start doing the stuff I know that the union at the global. Mail started a conversation about anti block racism in black in racism, in general at the globe in Mail, which is interesting, so the Labor movement obviously has a role to play, but faulk in my jaded I really. I am not the best person to come up with solutions on this one. I gotta say. Oh Man. That is so depressing. 'CAUSE you're a solutions oriented person generally. I don't I? Don't really have them either I just I. Feel just all this frustration. A funny story this week I was talking to a producer who is doing a pre interview with me. And know, asked a series of really great questions in the pre interview and I should mention that this person. Judging by her name I don't know for sure, but judging by her name is likely not white. And she the final question that she asked me was okay and then two we'll. We'll just close it up with does. Racism exists in the Toronto Police Force. And I. was given a second. Hold on I, and I was like okay. You know what I literally said this I was like. Hey, you know what if you want to ask me that? Go ahead? Ask Me that, but I'm just going to tell you right now. That I'm going to say everything that you would expect me to say on the air if you've been following in the last couple of weeks on twitter and I'm GonNa. Say it unabashedly. UNAFRAID and she was like. Oh. That was it was just joking. I was making a joke because it's so embarrassing and this is someone. Who is working at one of these outlets who have very much seriously asked that question over and over again this week, and then we had a little bit of a conversation about how ridiculous it is. That one I took that seriously like I had to take it seriously like. Why would it not be serious and? And to that that is something. That is a work environment that she works in. Right that she works in and she. She has to deal with that. Like. Cheesy has to do with it. I just. Don't know there's gotta be some solution. Yeah Burning it down. I.
"whiting" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"You. Know what it's not is the funny thing like. If you go back to what you're taught in journalism school, you're not taught to grovel at power. In fact, there's many professors who I had who spent a lot of time trying to convince us to not grow at the altar of power and I think of my classmates many of them who do not go into journalism like straight up left and and. And didn't didn't try to have a career in it. And certainly there's folks that were never going to fit into the into the media world and there's then there's some people who are very much in mainstream media and in the problem is pervasive throat, but I think that you see the the worst in the hands of management in the hands of the folks that have power because you know. When you talk about racism anywhere, it's always a question of power, and so like to ask the fucking RCMP's their systemic racism in the RCMP like. Of course, there is like that's a bastion of power, just like there are systemic missile miscellany as we know broad wide scale. sexual assaults that have happened within the like it's a systemic Cesspool of shit obviously, and so, what? What School of Journalism Does Rosie Barton's study at to then ask the fucking chief commissioner of the P. is the richest immigration rather than. Well Sandy. You had several alternative questions that they could've asked her and there's a reason that they that they didn't and I. Hope that you can talk about some of those questions, but before we get to that I think that the situation with Wendy Mosley is a really good example of someone who's. Very high profile figure at the CBC is one experience with with Mesler where she fully told one of the guested like what to say in an answer to be less left wing. And yeah, yeah, it was the only interview I did with the CBC in the aftermath of the Humboldt situation and it was very weird. It was like a practice round, and he answered the question to like whatever it was, and she said Okay when when we're recording, you can't say this you have to. You have to say something more like this. Because what you said was to left left wing was to advocating for a left wing perspective, and so you know that kind of thing is normal at the happens within the mainstream. But. It's not normal such that that's how it should happen, and that's not what you're taught to do, and I know a lot of folks. The CBC who I mean I've told that story of people and they were horrified to hear that even happened not to say like Oh. Yeah, that happens. All the time were like what the fuck, but but Medjlis, Mosley's a main person and she. She was until she said a word that cannot be said and was suspended. Well as you say that I was on facebook this morning, and what? What has been interesting and kind of great about this moment? Is that a lot of people who are in journalism? Especially Black folks were in journalism right now in Canada have been talking about their experiences and talking about it publicly which is. Quite risky, and so you know are are taking this huge leap to talk about their experiences and one of those people is someone name. Lincoln Anthony Blades I hope he's okay with talking about this on the air. He made the his post public and he's. He said the same thing like so. He was a regular contributor. On CBC. On the same program as Wendy, Mosley and he speaks about how he responded to. Issues back in twenty sixteen talking about. Anti blackness or responses to black lives matter and so on, and she said okay. We've got to re re record this part because you can't say that. You cannot say that and so. That's I guess that that's just I. Mean who knows if that's happening? How many issues that's happening four but clearly? There are gatekeepers. that. Control how we talk about race in Canadian media because Lincoln Anthony Blades. Who is you know meant to be the black guy on these panels as he as he acknowledges in his post. And the weirdness that that comes with and even your situation when you're talking about humbled, you're talking about of course race, and how we how we understand tragedy. When we consider race and so. God it's just. I mean it's know you expect these things because it's obvious that that kind of thing is happening I think that's what's kind of. Dare I say surprising. It is a little bit surprising, even though it's not that surprising, it is a little bit surprising to me. Quite how avert? They can be about it at the level of the CBC. And, feel safe doing it continuingly continually time and again, and for these stories to be coming out now years later suggests a huge systemic problem in this in the CBC. Not just the CBC you know this is happening. All across Canadian media so. But fook one of these examples I. Think was perfectly encapsulated by this piece that rex. Murphy managed to get through. the sensors guess at the National Post and so he has this piece. I didn't read it. 'cause the guy's a fucking crank and Shit writer, and I don't have time for shit writing, but He essentially says that the that racism candidate doesn't exist. That's an liberal invention, and of course he means like illiberal liberal, because he really hates party Canada and is giving them too much credit manisha. Krishnan at vice got a hold of a recording. Did you see this? Keep talking I think I'd okay, so she got yes, no I. Definitely did I know what you're talking about. Continue says she got a hold of a recording of a meeting with. Management and journalists who were pissed because there are lots of journalists who are completely pissed that this that this ran. Because of course it calls into question the credibility of their newspaper and it's it's racist and it's it's. It's an attack. A personal attack Parwana that paper WHO's not wait. At that paper at the whole chain, that's not white and and basically what happened was the ball was dropped between the editor of the opinions page and the editor in chief, and it just ends in just brand as it was an edited, and it's just like one of these stories really yeah, of course because you don't fucking actually care like his, you want rex, Murphy to say Dumb Shit and that's what his. His job is and so you don't care if he says something completely ridiculous, but the thing that that makes me the most enrage. Is that on one hand? It's easy to make this issue like a generational issue. Where like we just have to wait for a whole bunch of people to die, and then all of a sudden, the system's going to get better like just defacto because there's going to be less old racists. These shows less people being gatekeepers. But it's also a self perpetuating issue because in the situation with with rex, Murphy like ignore the fact, that Murphy's a fucking dinosaur. The editor of the opinion pages Matt Gurney who's our age and Sandy I don't know if you remember Gurney, but the first time that I came across him was I think probably the first time you came across as well where we were filming something at MTV, I did something MTV. I don't think I did. Are you sure? I don't remember this I did. You may not have. You may not have been on the panel I feel like he must have been in the room because it was like we needed everyone in their in their best friend to be there, so they had this panel of of two youth who are opposed to the G, twenty and two youth who were for the G. Twenty. And, it was pathetic because the whole room is like, why would we boys two billion dollars in the G. Twenty? Like this whole thing? You arrested a lot of people. It was oppressive, was destroying our rights and the two people they had arguing in favour was mad, Gurney and Robin Herbeck. Oh My fucking God. Right, so that's what happens where a decade ago when you're a boot licking piece of shit, fucking asshole in sucking the fucking teat of all of these `gate-keeping piece of Shit Racist, and then you find yourself editing, the opinions page at the National Post, which of course was a job, they both. So and of course, robin went onto the CBC where she post a lot of bullshit under CBC opinions, not the least of which was a lot of racist shit as well and now, of course, she's reading opinion at the Global Mail so. The IT IS NOT GONNA be slow change that that that takes this white supremacist reality out of are over media..
"whiting" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"whiting" Discussed on KNSS
"In whiting ranch wilderness park when the cougar grabbed the boy in its mouth and dragged him a short distance that's not good his father through a backpack of the animal which let go of the child and climb to dream little sheriff's department helped evacuate the park and then got permission from state well of officials to kill the alliance of the line was was put to sleep for a tracking that that little boy people hiking in these mountain areas in these wildlife areas change your life your all hands in some ways you better be you better be ready for whatever is out there we get story this morning about endangered fish okay out of the Colorado River basin in it's on the upswing now also federal officials say they propose re classifying the humpback chub as threatened instead of endangered threatened okay the thing they'll be glad to know that yeah the fish it gets its name from a fleshy bop behind his head is one of four endangered fish that makes a home of the Colorado River and its tributaries was this it is up there such in late nineteen sixties as numbers fell drastically before stabilizing more than a decade ago what would happen without backed up something bring it back the largest population now down to the Grand Canyon with four smaller wild populations upstream of lake Powell Utah this wildlife in the services version no longer all at the brink of extinction well I can sleep easier tonight well you know it and I was kind of worried about the humpback job I mean people make fun of a if you want to have it there you go is on the way back about death the other day I was headed home to let you know I am in riverside some men off the I'm getting ahead of fifty maple murnion or something anyway out in process that morning I was stopped by two trains in west Wichita one right after the other I mean it's same time the Golan one got through that we got stopped by another one of them meridian or someplace there's two is only two tracks on the west side there's never a train on now the very were never and this morning we had two of me going through there so my my question today is have you ever violated law and gone around the crossing arms and one of those crossings I will admit that I have it'll be early early in the morning there's no traffic on the street the arms are down the lights are gone I can she visibly a mile in each direction there's nothing there so I decided to go around now I don't recommend that because you're the police department in either case take a look you know you take your life into your own hands anything can happen but I have done that have you did you ever done it yet I you don't have to tell I think I now yeah it's you staters well the next cancer treatment drugs may have already been developed this is how this call for health medical researchers spend years developing drugs to treat cancer but it's possible the next big cancer fighting breakthrough could already be in your medicine cabinet scientists have long known that a drug for one element can sometimes be effective in treating something else aspirin is the most famous example researchers at Harvard MIT and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute tested more than forty five hundred existing medications they.
"whiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Whiting to follow your heart and I thought that that the latter option is much worse Krista Tippett and this is on being today with performer and rabbi hi lo fi so it seems to me that the arch in your another identity right wheels what is it we contain multitudes right you are you are an art artist artistic person this became your way of staying with these questions and also I mean you just said you kind of you left you he walked out of that Judaism in which you had been raised but it seems to me that the arts also allowed you to continue to be Jewish write your receiver still actually loving Judaism even if you were doing something completely different with it and it's fundament yeah I would say it would initially kept me tethered in a in a holy way was storytelling and the understanding that while I might not sign up for the religious practice and for the faith in a god in a legal religious system as it is I was attached and mesmerized by the body of storytelling and by the tradition of storytelling whether it's Tom with them in the last the Jewish legends of the the kabbalistic tales and being in a in a situation where it's at around the table with a bunch of people in with open one of the books and we talk about any of the stories Jacob wrestling or you have it and then the permission to use the storytelling as a pretext and as a context for our own text for our own lives was mesmerizing I've I realize that at some point in my late teens and the the knowledge that I'm part of this relay race of this lineage of people for thousands of years are contemplating and interpreting the text and I too am invited and permitted to continue the interpretation on the margins that then become the text that was what first kept me interested in my early twenties the notion of just opening the pages of tell moved whether I have a you know beanie on my head and I'm keeping the Sabbath or not and that eventually led into the interest in a more personalized spiritual vocabulary when when did you how old were you when you found it storytelling it's a startling out of a twenty eight twenty nine so this with this kind of led to that eventually yeah yeah if you wanted to re to renew the drama of the stories it seems to me the dynamism of the stories I mean and even here again is are where the artist if you came in I mean there's you know she said what if what if this is actually theater and actually you're working with best selling literature and there's already an audience there but it's a bad performance and so that you know and if there's something very passionate and playful also as serious as it as it is true in the way you pick this up and wanted to transmit it to others absolutely nothing the playful is is key because so much of the religious narrative and and situations so heavy and at some point I was interested in storytelling and I thought I'd be giving Justin theater and drama because I was working in a high school with kids a couldn't care less about any of this but they did care if you got them on their feet and you started doing some drama games site I began understanding the role of masks of both literal and figurative and how will the as if of story and the and the imagine of storytelling in math allows our soul and a mind to interact with possibilities the just plain facts and legal thinking as opposed to more legendary thinking doesn't but here's prime time the Jews and the peers there's about five hundred people here on a Saturday morning for an hour instead of being invigorated by the storytelling that just being chanted too and it's Hipper than on a standard Inslaw long and it's it's is dire so I went researching what is the history of this ritual this Torah service ritual and discover that it is indeed one of the oldest storytelling ceremonies in continuity on the planet is Judaism's oldest educational device of sharing the tribal story will community once a week and that until a thousand years ago every time it was done it was done in split screen you had the chance or in Hebrew and the translator in vernacular and the translator was not just translator he was an interpreter in a story teller and there are records of this tradition happening in the Old Testament and the New Testament and later writings and for a bunch of reasons this tradition died out a thousand years ago and I thought how fantastic to bring it back to bring back the live translated to bring back the MC to wrestle with the biblical story in ways that will be meaningful the twenty first century and not to take it verbatim but figure out how the translation can become a theatrical dramatized vehicle to engage people in the wrestling with the text and how is how does the gross born who is kind of a drag character you created Sabbath clean well you've done your research Alessandra bore who just died Russian yes yeah I read the obituary extra care about salon I thought of you without a few hours thank you that's a great compliment it was indeed a role model so you know there's this room there's this holiday once you're cold pouring which is the Jewish sort of carnival with the scroll of Esther is recited in synagogues and people put on masks and drink it's very carnival and it has indeed very ancient Persian pagan roots missile became Jewish size I of course love the program since I was a child there are photos of me doing drag at the age of four but it wasn't well drag I'm sure it was called for in cost you maybe cousin Rachel and then I became a Russian piano teacher at there's great photos but I yeah you allowed this is it's it's it's a topsy turvy and the older I got I was interested in what poor in has to offer us as grown ups in this masking an unmasking and also politically for him is a very interesting and complicated conversation about racism and about the ethnic and the other within us and and one for him in the late nineties I was MC of some kind of Esther scroll event and I had one vodka to many and has also grows emerged out of my head like a fina with a full name that was her name and also grows I knew she wasn't there and I knew she was a widow and she was a Kaballah teacher militia rabbi's wife Olson yes okay so you said you were going to be a rabbi but you could be a rabbi's wife exactly she she was in fact the window over rabbi and again this is at the time this was just fun drag you knows I was in New York I was hanging out with the radical faeries and other interesting clear spiritual groups where drag was sort of okay in many ways of liquidity in between spirituality and joking and ritual and and and shows and that in between it's not serious it's not play it's not drag it's not not it's what lighting candles became a very sacred place mmhm she serves an important role in my own coming to terms with being out she had an important role my father is dealing with me coming out then sent well you know at some point there was an Israeli newspaper that interview did a big piece on the assigned interviewed my father who said they ask him what you think about this and he said she has great legs did you ever had a conversation with your father about this a little bit and it was something about humor that allowed him to laugh with me that this phenomenon so lovely though something very healing and what she brought.
"whiting" Discussed on WTVN
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"whiting" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"On everything you're up to? Acquires. Multiple dot com is the blog where we write about any sort of interesting research. We find we put up links to the podcasts, my books on side. Quantitative valley, which are white with wisdom in two thousand twelve date value in two thousand fourteen concentrated investing, which is we did this analysis of the way, thallium investors have typically concentrated diversified and constructed portfolio. Because I think that stock selections about half the battle the other half of the battle is appropriately, whiting, and being diversified enough and say that's concentrated. Investing in most recently, the acquires multiple which in two thousand seventeen on Twitter all day long because I have a sick Twitter addiction at grain back, which is a funny, spilling. G. R. E. E N, B, C, K, D, And the fund is cold the acquires fund its list on the NYC and the ticket is Z Jay z and the markets Daggs. Toby, thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me made. It's an absolute pleasure loving on listeners. Toby promise, Email Minter in Los Angeles, will buy one two, three years. Eilly look into his new fund, the acquires. Tf Z. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. That's right. We'll post show notes links. Everything we talked about today on favored dot com slash podcast. Send us some feedback at the Faber show dot com. We love to hear everything you guys have to say positive negative, and please leave us review read all of them. I promise will appreciate it. Thanks for listening friends and good. Investing.
"whiting" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You were whiting in a back room in a wheelchair. He's terrible. Sounds and thanks. So frightening. I was not in the bedroom. I was in the back of the most in the in the car behind Mike, Mike cuddle a spot in. It was. Frightening but poorly. A my feeling was plenty know, what would have been would have been. I was not frightened. But I was really worried about what was happening to other people in New Zealand is only five million people for them to lose forty nine. People would be the equivalent of three thousand people dying in the United States nation of three hundred thirty million. That's how shutter it will be and to our Muslim friends listening, our, deepest and most genuine sorrow and prayers. I responded this morning. The only way I think people can I went to food for the poor and cinema hundred bucks. You've got to respond to absolute evil with grace and mercy towards suffering people. And I'd encourage you to do that that's over at hughhewitt dot com at the very top the Haitian crisis. I know it goes right to feeding people. So I see this kind of evil, and I say the one way to respond to that is to immediately do something to ease. Other people suffering high will Griffith is the BBC's New Zealand chorus. Respondent he reported last night cut number twenty one. Well, what we do know is that well almost two hours ago now a gunman walked into the musty del. Noor mosque in central Christ's church where about three hundred people gathered for Friday, prayers and opened fire. Winston from eyewitnesses that a semi automatic weapon and was firing. We believe over ten minutes walking from room to room. Some people who have come out and spoken to put this on the ground. Talk about horrible seems bloodshed people cowering, but dozens of people seriously injured and potentially fatalities to Sydney don't have any numbers or sense of scales. To how many people have been injured, but tragic oh for sure forty nine forty nine people are dead and additional twenty are seriously injured. So the death toll could rise to seventy by the end of the day. Scott Morrison is the prime minister of Australia where this extremist terrorist came. I'm from he had this to say last night cut number twenty two. We are shocked. We're told we outraged. And we stand here and condemn absolutely detected occurred today. By an extremist right-wing voluntarist. Has taken the lives stolen, the laws in an vicious murder suspect. That is so many. This attack reminds us. Of the evil that has ever prison and would seek to strike at any time. He's.
"whiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Everyone, you'll listen to Vegas Rupp. Doug radio rock and roll show all about pets people and pop culture. So a couple of weeks ago. We did this Buckingham Palace. Well, Doug whiting to raise animal rescue. And what I promised was that? I would reach you guys the ballot vows, but my youngest sister, my baby sister Chaban wrote custom wrote for the bride and groom and the bride was Gracie. And the groom was read, and it was just really fun. It made it really really special, but I wanted to read those vows out to you. So here's me me, keeping my promise. Because I always keep a provinces. So this is what she wrote do you grace etait read to be your Dougie husband to love cherish and sometimes Bach to go with red to his favourite park to companion. He's such a good boy to keep your paws of his favorite toy. To always keep your gentle demeanor and protect him from the vacuum cleaner to pick him up when he's feeling low take north bones under his pillow. Well, you love and comfort him and share his choose to you read take Gracie to be your doggy wife. This was for to to Gracie. It's eleven cherish. This. You must to always support choice of headwear to promised. Always be her fella to tweet like Cinderella to always protect her and be a, homey. If you do not do this. You will answer to ODI to keep us safe as she is. So slight that be biocide in the spotlight will you love and comfort her and share your shoes. And if you do deer read, please bark I do. So they were the they were the vows reference to ODA is Grace's brother, which I thought was quite funny, and it was just a really nice touch to the event itself. And. Gosh. Are they going to be any more Royal weddings, because I'm getting I'm getting really good at this is my second one. I think they're done. I think there's no more or no more that are worthy of TV coverage. Yeah. Yeah. Don't see anything for a while. I mean, the Princess Eugenia think is getting married, but it may not be this big hoopla. There's a barrel vows that I promised. I would read outs everybody from our fundraiser a couple of weeks ago. Well, let's go. Let's go into. What's the topics today? Actually, let's go into the behavioral effects of olfactory stimulation on dogs at rescue in rescues in shelters. So because this is going to lead into another topic. When we're going to talk about the sheep. Many domestic dogs are kept in rescue and rehoming shelters which frequently stressful and under stimulating environments. Doug welfare is often compromised within these environments, and there is a need to determine new practical and effective methods of improving the welfare of these kennel dogs. All factor. Olfactory stimulation has been demonstrated to have positive behavioral effects in a range of contexts. However this field remains relatively under studied in the domestic dog. This study aimed to investigate the effects of all factory stimulation via vanilla coconut ginger and the Larry in from the from the behave. Of fifteen dollars a rescue shelter is is what they they looked at. They put together the dogs were.
"whiting" Discussed on The Impact
"But maybe at a town nearby though in Vermont nearby might mean over a mountain or across a river a tricky trip to make every day, especially in the winter. This is this is Suzanne the school administrator at whiting school. My producers burdened Jillian went to visit last spring, and she showed them around. There were these little hint mittens strung up your desk donated by someone in town and the walls in the hallway were covered with drawings and cut outs and colorful posters. How long have you been administered? I've been here for twenty eight years kids are here thrown up have grandchildren now here. I live here in town as well. And it's very very sad to see this school. Not being elementary school. I could has been waiting was right in the middle of the first big experiment in Vermont school funding. And now it is right in the middle of this new consolidation plan. What right now. K to two Suzanne walked us around the school. She told us the recently started sharing buildings and kids with another small towns Sudbury, so. We have twenty three students here, and we have sixteen preschoolers share principle. Last year kits from waiting went to Sudbury for third grade and up and Sudbury kids in pre K through second grade came to waiting the state said it was a lot more cost effective. I can understand why the money and and stuff, but no towns person like feel that we've lost something. You know, things that we've done as a community is kind of gone to the side now 'cause we merge with Sudbury. So we do things together. So now, we're too big for our small community events that we've had the community potluck dinner, the pancake breakfast, those are gone now because there's no building big enough to fit everyone from both schools would do a musical or not doing that here this year, even that sixth grade graduation ceremony that a mandated and Carol did and Suzanne's kids did Suzanne keeps flipping between the present and the past tense when she talks about it. The kids would write up things that they remembered funny things that have happened in the their life here. A lot of them started when they were three years old. So there have been here since you know, eight years now whiting school doesn't have any subscribers. I'm not sure exactly what they're going to do this year. They're not here. And waiting school might change even more in the coming years after our reporting trip they actually ended up merging with a third school system. The building just offers prekindergarten now and of.
"whiting" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"By a van while whiting his bicycle lots of relatives. Friends and fellow firefighters from across southern California turned out for the solemn gathering at saddleback church in lake forest. Crazy was in off was off duty at the time of the crash. He survived the initial impact, but died of his injuries two days later, the young man behind the wheel of the vans facing a wide range of charges, including driving under the influence of drugs. Vigil will be held tonight to remember a Gardena police officer died of injuries suffered in a traffic collision this week thirty four year old to she a Harare was writing his motorcycle to work when he collided with a vehicle and LA's harbor city area. Dina's police chief calls the death a huge blow to his department. He's a valued member. We loved him. He loved the community of Gardena. He had a passion for his job. Candlelight vigil for officer Harare will start at six thirty outside the Dina police station. Belly city council committee has approved report recommending that the city established information sharing platform for reporting any complaints about illegal cannabis businesses. The report found that the department of cannabis regulation currently maintains a cannabis complained portal, but other departments might not be able to share complaints there. The LAPD conduct more than one hundred forty searches made four hundred thirty five arrests for illegal cannabis activity in the city. California's unemployment rate held at a record low of four point one percent last month, the former head of the state employment department, Michael Bernard tells k next at thirty six thousand new jobs were created knocked-over. And it looks like the trend will continue into the new year. There's every reason to think that this job growth will continue clearly the main impact of job growth in California is what's happening on the national level. That rate continues to be very low at three point seven percent job growth continues to be.
"whiting" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The news watch continues. An autopsy is scheduled tomorrow in connection with a death investigation in west Chicago. Authorities have released few details except to say that the death occurred in the six hundred block of east forest avenue that he page county. Major crimes task force is is assisting in the investigation leading EPA has cited a company for emitting high levels of live near neighborhoods in whiting inhabits already dealing with leading whiting metals is operating on the former site of federated metals which was blamed for lead contamination of soil in surrounding areas. The air to the north of the site on Indianapolis boulevard tested between August and October was found to have twice the allowable level of lead. And when the wind was right twelve hundred times more the Tribune reports this comes less than a year after the company's air pollution permit was renewed a former regional director of the state's environmental agency. Questioned. The logic of allowing more lead pollution in an area. Where lead is being cleaned up. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM people at his school in the south were concerned that they were the latest to deal with a mass casualty incident. Fortunately, they were wrong reports began coming in just as the school day was about to begin of an active shooter at Topsail high school in Pender county North Carolina sheriff's department rushed to the scene the district put the schools on lockdown. But it didn't take longer to figure out where the sound was coming from a malfunctioning water. Heater county's emergency management director says the popping noise was just like an AR fifteen semiautomatic going off.
"whiting" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Ending deals what your strategies are whiting is working for you okay so first off the first ten deals which i bought like within two or three months when i started i bought all through wholesalers and i was networking i was going to the local ria in at the time i was lucky to local rio was kind of rian beam reinvigorated by a seasoned investor at the time and so i was starting to making a lot of connections and i would do this thing called a microphone marketing and so every time i would get there every rea i would go to i would go in front of the room and i would i would grab you know if you have a deal and i would grab it and i would talk about a deal that was working on ordeal that someone wanting to partner on and it just i was making it clear that i was in the room to deals i wasn't a lookie loo i was serious and that kind of stuff just it's a long term in play but it's a very successful you want to build this extensive network of people and so i i just didn't find that difficult to to right to raise private money and so the way i've found deal subsequently after that was i wanted i didn't want to to always be a real lying on wholesalers i want to be able to control the deal myself and that's really the key is you want to be able to control if you want to do this as a ones you do get a few here and there that's fine to buy to buy from wholesalers but you want to be in business and replace your day job you want to control the deal that's the key and so i've done all the traditional things of bandit signs worse legal to do so i've done direct mail of a very very different categories of done door knocking door almost got arrested so there's gotta be true story you gotta be aware of the local ordinances where you can actually legally door knock and then you i did driving for dollars and then i also do the same called farming off of zillow and craigslist which isn't really all that revolutionary but there is a deal of every forty deals on zillow or craig list at least mark market i suspect in other markets to there's a deal you just have to.
"whiting" Discussed on WDRC
"This was going on and of course this whiting forensic institute has been in the in the news and i am happy that the mark fitch is going to be with us this morning at ten minutes after eight and he will bring to us what he found at the whiting forensic institute the employees who were fired for patient abuse and now evidently have been rehired so we are we are going to get into that this morning but there was a time there was a time when this was happening all over not only connecticut but massachusetts it was a terrible terrible a situation and finally because of the investigative reports that many of us did that were in the news in the news field to a channel three johnson blonde who's working with me at the time we went outed and we we presented those but it it was awful you wouldn't you you know something and i'm sure it is still happening but you would not believe the way that these retarded youngsters were being treated just like animals and you know something when i'll never forget when we went to belgium town when we first went in there in the evening and we heard the sounds we couldn't believe it i said to john i'll never forget it to john do you think there are human beings in there young people it was it was just just awful so we'll have that for you with marc fitch this morning at ten minutes after the hour of eight o'clock and see what what he found okay twenty eight minutes past past the hour and again as far as our weather goes we're going to have maybe a few showers developing by midday today the highs near fifty four it's not going to be a bad day but little little son may be off and on but not too much tonight cloudy with a little light rain the lows around forty nine tonight and tomorrow mostly cloudy showers likely breezy and mild the highs near sixty two so at your your weather forecast weather's feel right now at forty two canton at thirty five hartford waterbury and enfield at forty one degrees okay coming up to a five thirty on this thursday morning if any of you have anything you'd like to bring to the broadcast has called me up one eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three.
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"Of the number of pheasants by eight hundred now half of that has been made up by another supplier but that still means there is a four hundred bird deficit therefore fort boise and cj strike wildlife management areas will not be fully stocked for the last three weeks of the season which ends on new year's eve and south west north idaho in eastern and central idaho the season ended on november 30th jay howell six seventy kboi will twin falls is growing and like we told you earlier this week about how it's it's been named the nation's newest metro area well there are a number of felony charge you filings that had been growing over the last four years to and that is put an additional load on prosecutor grant loeb staff we have to the people to process all those cases we upto the prosecutors the public defenders the judges the courtroom space the time and during the time before they're convicted a number of them are housed in the county jail says the number of felony filings has grown faster than the county population has is not sure why that is but he does say ninety percent of all felony defendants are convicted and that means state prisons parole and probation systems are also happening to shoulder a bit of a greater burden we are expecting temperature's here in the treasure valley to drop pretty significantly over the next several days that can cause some real problem for homeowners to there are five areas in your home that caused problems when the temperatures drop hoses foundation vents open garage doors and windows outside plumbing and furnaces casey whiting with perfect plumbing says.
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"Adams back down south of thirty two minute trip as a look at traffic from the wlsam 890 traffic center now your wls weather channel forecast couple of stray thunderstorms on whether radar their slow movers drifting southeast capable of dumping some hefty rainfall all here rain chances increasing for the next several days as our next weather maker comes down from the dakotas by thursday temperatures tonight down the sixty six degrees straight thundershowers tomorrow high 83 thunderstorms likely on thursday upper 70s i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore the weather channel on wlsam 890 we are seeing the rain roll through right now rain eightyfive degrees at o'hare starting to clear up out at midway where it's 84 degrees and it is pouring currently downtown along chicago's lakefront temperature of seventy nine degrees w l as business it was a record and wall street the dow closing up seventy two points setting a new record of twenty one nine 63 not that far from hitting the the twenty two thousand mark the nasdaq was up fourteen s p was up six and business news a suburban chicago foodfest says it's justified in threatening a trademark infringement lawsuit over a pennsylvania groups use of the name perot gi fast lawyers for the rugged fest in whiting indiana recently sending a letter demanding the edwardsville hometown committee stop using the name or pay royalties get news on the hour and a half and when it breaks here on wls continuous coverage at wlsamcom i'm nick gale in for jennifer keiper on your home of the chicago bulls and the chicago white sox wlsam 890 today how to get started on incorporating your business in just 10 minutes so you won't lose everything if you get sued step one stop putting it off if.