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"ellie mark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:16 min | 5 d ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on KOMO

"News promo news time. 705 ART Sanders. TOP Local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News center, dozens of black lives matter. Protesters have filed a lawsuit against the Seattle Police Department over the police response to those protests more from Cole's Ryan Harris suit is over the injuries. Many of those protesters say they suffered when Seattle police used pepper spray blast balls, flash bang grenades and other weapons against what they say were peaceful protests. One of them is Navy veteran Abby Econ Easer who served in Afghanistan and says she joined after standing under the World Trade Center and losing a friend. When it was attacked, flash bangs fell over my head, and I Like I was back in Afghanistan again, and then I realized that I wasn't I realised all of a sudden that I felt like the world was never going to change that all the things that we experienced when we were deployed literally happening here. The suit also claims Seattle police failed to protect protesters as they engaged in their constitutional right to protest. I reached out to SPD, which says it can't comment on a pending lawsuit. Brian Harris. Come owners. Surging covert 19 hospitalizations will push intensive care beds to capacity in Washington and across the country, according to new projections from the Institute for Health Metrics Evaluation. Is this, Dr Ellie? Mark, Dad says as cases increase, Of course, Hospitalizations will increase more cases in January. Pressure on our institutions counting right now for the entries and other diseases like or so basically 19. So that's anyway. Mark that says it also doesn't account for any potential surges between now and December Mark Dead, says he doesn't believe any state would allow I seeyou capacity to get much beyond 80%. Before they would bring back lockdowns or other restrictions. Many think of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre is a place they solely focuses on cancer. The comas Charlie harder, it tells us, the Hutch spent a lot of time and effort researching the Corona virus. Leaders at the Hutch say they're dedicating about 20% of their efforts on covert research. That's because knowing more about viruses can help in the fight against cancers. Researcher Jesse Bloom says there is relieve in sight, but it might not come as soon as hoped. Cautiously optimistic that we will have eventually, you know, hopefully within the next year have vaccines that reduce the burden of disease a lot. He says The vaccines likely won't be enough to completely stop Cove it but they may be able to greatly slow the spread and reduced severe symptoms. When And if they come out in Auburn, Charlie, harder, camo New May convict of aggravated murder in 2008 shopping a shooting spree wants to change his plea now that Washington no longer as a death penalty. Attorney West Richard's tells the State Court of Appeals. Isaac Zamora now wants to plead not guilty by reason of insanity, saying he only pleaded guilty to avoid a death sentence. Death penalty played a role in the negotiations and the pleas that were entered. Prosecutors sees Zamora simply wants to trade life in prison for life in a state hospital, Samora killed a sheriff's deputy and five others Skagit County shooting rampage that also left seven people wounded. Help with school online students in some communities are able to go toe learning centers in person. Come O Seu Romero explain the subsidized housing complex Birch Creek in can't turn their after school Youth center into a learning hub. We're about two dozen students from kindergarten to college can go get help. Plugging in and staying focused Ted December with the King County Housing Authority, which owns the complex, says the center provides an important part of that social aspect of school that remote learning is missing. They have breaks where You know they can go outside and do physically distance activities and there's a gym, he says. It only works because of agency partnerships with can't youth and family services and at least six other providers at six other sites across the county. See Romero come on news news time 7 10 and from the Cuomos Sports desk for right now, Down in Oakland, the Mariner's inn, the A's playing bottom of the second, no score. Corona virus Protocol makes it more challenging for the Seahawks to audition new players. Here's Cuomo's Bill Schwartz, with Bruce Irvin and Marqise player both having knee surgery and machine green out three weeks now, with the next Stinger E. J. Rick Seattle needs of defensive help. The NFL's cove in 19 restrictions, though, make it harder, says coach Pete Carroll to bring in a player and work him out. It is different because of the timeframe addiction. It's hard to immediately respond. If you want to do that, and so you have to plan everything out and you got to get organized for you and so that and you don't always have all of the information so we can We have to solve our problems immediately from within, Carroll says. Rookies Jordan Brooks and often, Robinson will see more action starting Sunday afternoon against the visiting Dallas Cowboys. The Mid American Conference or the Mac was the first to postpone fall football Today, the Mac joined the other nine FBS leagues. Voting toe have some games starting in November, and the Seattle Storm are one victory away from the WN BA Finals. Game three against Minnesota, noon Sunday. Our time sports updates.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And with mail in voting for the presidential election, becoming a partisan issue across the nation, a coalition of lawmakers and activists groups in Maryland is protesting in Annapolis the protesters say Hogan's decision amounts voter suppression since many residents would be unable to leave their homes to vote in the middle of deadly pandemic Mike Tidwell with Chesapeake climate action network one of the sponsors of the demonstration. He thinks Hogan's decision was to curry favor with President Donald Trump. It seems like. Like Governor Hogan is bowing to Donald Trump. Who's telling all the Republican? Governor suppressed vote. Don't let people vote by mail and in the process. We're exposing people to a pandemic. It's immoral. It's wrong this week Hogan defended his decision to hold a traditional election in November, citing chaos that occurred during the June second primary, which used mail in ballots. More people opted to vote in person in the primary causing long lines. An hours long waits I'm Diane Bernard? That protest is also honoring Georgia Congressman John Lewis who died last week from pancreatic cancer. This is PMS. Here's a question. Should cities be able to require a flyer at the point of sale advertising people have cell phone safety guidelines Suzanne Potter reports the crux of the lawsuit that goes before a federal judge in San Francisco tomorrow pitting the cell phone industry against the city of Berkley the cellular. Telecommunications Industry Association says the flyers are a violation of cell phone manufacturers free speech, even though they merely repeat sending normally buried in the fine print that phones can exceed our F- radiation guidelines have held too close to the body. Ellie marks with the California brain. Tumor Association says she disgusted that the Federal Communications Commission has sided with the CTO. We're doing within of collusion between the FCC and the wireless industry to hide the truth from the American public. That cell phones are Napa safe device consumers are led to believe and the public should be outraged at this is happening I'm Suzanne Potter. The a filed the suit five years ago all the way to the Supreme Court twice and lost. Many small-scale farmers and Kentucky Risen to the challenge providing food for their communities during the pandemic. Some say strengthening the local food supply is critical to lessening the blow from the next crisis Michelle Howell and her husband run a farm outside Bowling Green. She says that back in March as stores began running out of items. Her farm worked with the local hospitals, schools and public health department to ensure residents had continued access to fresh fruits. Fruits and vegetables in some cases, even delivering medically tailored meals to covid nineteen patients rather than just giving people sort of raw products like whole vegetables. We were able to process than in our on farm, certified kitchen and distribute the meals to them. So all the food prep was already done. As uncertainty remains surrounding the return of school in the fall, Powell says counties should be fostering partnerships with their local producers. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. And finally Eric. Take it off. Reminds us in twenty fifty in the documentary. White people aired on MTV this afternoon. The organization define American is holding a watch party panel discussion on White. People Bellingham. Resident Lucas, who is white, is featured in the Documentary Teaching Racial Justice Workshop at Welcome, community, college he says many white people don't discuss race with their families conversations about race. You get labeled divisive lot, even just mentioning race so growing up in my household. We didn't really talk about race to Wash Party starts at four PM at define American dot. COM SLASH WHITE DASH people. Those evolved the film say create a lot of controversy in twenty fifteen, but his gained new relevance and the country's current reckoning on race. This is my Clifford for public service. We are member listener supported in a line at public new service. Dot.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And with mail in voting for the presidential election, becoming a partisan issue across the nation, a coalition of lawmakers, an activist groups in Maryland is protesting. In Annapolis the protesters say Hawkins decision amounts of voter suppression since many residents would be unable to leave their homes to vote in the middle of deadly pandemic Mike Tidwell is with Chesapeake climate action network one of the sponsors of the demonstration. He thinks Hogan's decision was to curry favor with President Donald Trump. It seems like governor. Hogan is vowing to Donald. Donald Trump. Who's telling all the Republican governor suppressed vote? Don't let people vote by mail and in the process. We're exposing people to a pandemic. It's immoral. It's wrong this week. Hogan defended his decision to hold a traditional election in November, citing chaos that occur during the June, second primary, which used mail in ballots, more people to vote in person in the primary, causing long lines and hours long waits on Diane. Bernard that protest is also honoring Georgia Congressman John Lewis who died last week from pancreatic cancer. This is PMS. Here's a question. Should cities be able to require a flyer at the point of sale advertising people of cell phone safety guidelines Suzanne. Potter reports the crux of the lawsuit that goes before a federal judge in San Francisco. Tomorrow, pitting the cell phone industry against the city of Berkley. The cellular telecommunications industry. Association says the flyers are a violation of cell phone manufacturers free speech, even though they merely repeat something normally buried in the fine print. That phones can exceed our F-. Radiation guidelines have. Have held too close to the body. Ellie marks with the California. Brain Tumor Association says She's disgusted that the federal communications commission has cited with the TI. We're dealing with sense collusion between the FCC and wireless industry to hide the truth from the American public. That cell phones are Napa safe device consumers are led to believe, and the public should be outraged at this is happening. I'm Suzanne Potter. The A fall suit five years ago for all the way to the Supreme Court twice and. Many small-scale farmers in Kentucky Risen to the challenge providing food for their communities during the pandemic. Some say strengthening the local food supply is critical to listening the blow from the next crisis. Michelle Howell and her husband run a farm outside Bowling Green. She says that back in March as stores began running out of items. Her farm worked with the local hospitals, schools and public health department to ensure residents had continued access to fresh fruits. Fruits and vegetables in some cases, even delivering medically tailored meals to covid nineteen patients so rather than just getting people sort of raw products like whole vegetables. We were able to process than in our on farm, certified kitchen and distribute the nails for them. So all the food prep was already done. As uncertainty remains surrounding the return of school in the fall, Powell says counties should be fostering partnerships with their local producers. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. And finally, Eric, take it off reminds us in twenty fifty in the documentary. White people aired on MTV this afternoon. The organization define American is holding a watch party panel. Discussion on White People Bellingham Resident Lucas night him. Is featured in the documentary. Teaching Racial Justice Workshop at welcome. Community College he says white people don't discuss race with their families. Conversations about race usually get labeled divisive lot, even just mentioning race so growing up in my household. We didn't really talk about race. The Wash Party starts at four PM at American dot com slash white dash people. Those involved in the film say create a lot of controversy in twenty fifteen, but has gained new relevance and the country's current reckoning on race. This is my Clifford for public service. We are member listener supported in a line at public new service DOT ORG. Welcome back to this show. Nice to have you with us. What is going on in yellow?.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And with mail and voting for the presidential election, becoming a partisan issue across the nation, a coalition of lawmakers and activists groups in Maryland is protesting in Annapolis. The protesters say Hogan's decision amounts of voter suppression since many residents would be unable to leave their homes to vote in the middle of a deadly pandemic Mike Tidwell is with Chesapeake climate action network one of the sponsors of the demonstration. He thinks Hogan's. Hogan's decision was to curry favor with President Donald Trump. It seems like Governor Hogan is bowing to Donald Trump who's telling. All the Republican governor suppressed a vote. Don't let people vote by mail and in the process. We're exposing people to a pandemic. It's immoral. It's wrong this week. Hogan defended his decision to hold a traditional election in November. Citing chaos that occurred during the June second primary, which used mail in. More people opted to vote in person in the primary causing long lines hours long waits I'm Diane Bernard. That protest is also honoring Georgia Congressman John Lewis who died last week from pancreatic cancer. This is PMS. Here's a question. Should cities be able to require a flyer at the point of sale? Advertising people have cell phone safety guidelines Suzanne Potter reports since the crux of the lawsuit that goes before a federal judge in San Francisco tomorrow. Pitting. The cell phone industry against the city of Berkley the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, says the flyers are a violation of cell phone manufacturers free speech, even though they merely repeat something normally buried in the fine print that phones can exceed radiation guidelines. If held too close to the body Ellie marks with the California brain tumor. Association says She's disgusted that the Federal Communications Commission. Commission has cited with the CIA, so we're dealing with intensive collusion between the FCC and the wireless industry to hide the truth from the American. Public phones are NAFTA SAFE device. Consumers are led to believe and the public should be outraged that this is happening. I'm Suzanne Potter. The filed the suit five years ago all the way to the Supreme Court twice and lost. Many small-scale farmers and Kentucky have risen to the challenge providing food for their communities during the. Some say strengthening the local food supply is critical to lessening the blow from the next crisis. Michelle Howell and her husband run a farm outside Bowling Green. She says back in March as stores began running out of items. Her farm worked with the local hospitals, schools and health department to ensure residents had continued access to fresh fruits and vegetables in some cases, even delivering medically tailored. Tailored meals to covid nineteen patients the rather than just getting people sort of raw products like whole vegetables. We were able to process than in our on farm, certified kitchen and distribute to them, so all the food prep was already done. As uncertainty remains surrounding the return of school in the fall, howl says counties should be fostering partnerships with their local producers. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. And finally Eric taken off reminds us in two thousand fifteen. The documentary white people aired on MTV this afternoon. The organization define American is holding a watch party and panel discussion on white people. Bellingham Resident Lucas item who is white, is featured in the documentary teaching a racial Justice Workshop at welcome Community College. He says many way people don't discuss race with their families. Conversations about race usually get waypoint by civil lot, even just mentioning race so growing up in my household. We didn't really talk about race. The Wash Party starts at four PM AT DEFINE AMERICAN DOT COM slash white. Dash people. Those. Involved in the film say create a lot of controversy in two thousand fifteen, but has gained new relevance and the country's current reckoning on race. This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member. will listener supported and online at public, new, service award sheet. That.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And with mail and voting for the presidential election, becoming a partisan issue across the nation, a coalition of lawmakers and activist groups in Maryland is protesting in Annapolis. The protesters say Hogan's decision amounts of voter suppression since many residents would be unable to leave their homes to vote in the middle of a deadly pandemic Mike, tidwell is with Chesapeake climate action network one of the sponsors of the demonstration. He's Tokens. Decision was to curry favor with President Donald Trump it. It seems like Governor Hogan is bowing Donald Trump who's telling all the Republican governor suppressed a vote. Don't let people vote by mail and in the process. We're exposing people to a pandemic. It's immoral. It's wrong this week. Hogan defended his decision to hold a traditional election in November, citing chaos that occurred during the June second primary, which used mail in ballots. More people opted to vote in person in the primary causing long lines hours long waits. I'm Diane Bernard. That protest is also honoring Georgia. Congressman John Lewis who died last week from pancreatic cancer. This is PMS. Here's a question. Should cities be able to require a flyer at the point of sale advertising people have cell phone. Safety guidelines Suzanne Potter reports since the crux of the lawsuit that goes before a federal judge in San Francisco tomorrow. Pitting the cell phone industry against the city of Berkley. The Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association says the flyers are a violation of cell phone manufacturers free speech, even though they merely repeat something normally buried in the fine print that phones can exceed radiation guidelines have held too close to the body. Ellie marks with the California Brain Tumor Association says She's disgusted that the Federal Communications Commission has. Has sided with the CIA we're dealing with intensive collusion between the FCC and the wireless industry to hide the truth from the American public. That cell phones are now safe. Device consumers are led to believe and the public should be outraged that this is happening. I'm Suzanne Potter the filed the suit five years ago for all the way to the supreme. Court twice and lost. Many small-scale farmers in Kentucky have risen to the challenge providing food for their communities during the pandemic. Some say strengthening the local food supply is critical to lessening the blow from the next crisis Michelle Howell and her husband run a farm outside Bowling Green. She says that back in March as stores began running out of items, her farm worked with the local hospitals, schools and public health department to ensure residents had continued access to fresh fruits. Fruits and vegetables. In some cases, even delivering medically tailored meals to covid nineteen patients so rather than just getting people sort of raw products like whole vegetables. We were able to process than in our on farm, certified kitchen and distribute the nails to them. So all the food prep was already done. As uncertainty remains surrounding the return of school in the fall, howl says counties should be fostering partnerships with their local producers. I'm Nadia Ramleh Ramlogan. And finally Eric taken off reminds us in two thousand fifteen. The documentary white people aired on MTV this afternoon. The organization define American is holding a watch party and panel discussion on white people. Bellingham resident item who is white, is featured in the documentary teaching a racial Justice Workshop, at welcome Community College. He says many white people don't discuss race with their families. Conversations about race usually get label divisive a lot. Even just mentioning race so growing up in my household. We didn't really talk about.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And with mail in voting for the presidential election, becoming a partisan issue across the nation, a coalition of lawmakers and activist groups in Maryland is protesting in Annapolis the protesters say Hawkins decision amounts to voter suppression since many residents would be unable to leave their homes to vote in the middle of deadly pandemic Mike Tidwell with Chesapeake climate action network one of the sponsors of the demonstration. He thinks Hogan's decision was to curry favor with President Donald trump it seems. Seems like Governor Hogan is bowing to Donald Trump. Who's telling all the Republican governors suppressed vote. Don't let people vote by mail and in the process exposing people to a pandemic. It's immoral. It's wrong this week. Hogan defended his decision to hold a traditional election in November citing chaos that occurred during the June second primary, which used mail in ballots. More people opted to vote in person in the primary causing long lines and hours long waits I'm Diane Bernard. That protest is also honoring. Georgia Congressman John Lewis who died last week from pancreatic cancer. This is PMS. Here's a question. Should cities be able to require a flyer at the point of sale advertising people of cell phone safety guidelines Suzanne Potter reports the crux of the lawsuit that goes before a federal judge in San Francisco tomorrow. Pitting, the cell phone industry against the city of Berkley. The Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association says the flyers are a violation of cell phone manufacturers free speech, even though they merely repeat something normally buried in the fine print that phones can exceed our F- radiation guidelines. If held too close to the body, Ellie marks with the California Brain Tour Association says She's disgusted that the federal communications commission has sided with the CPI, so we're dealing with pensive collusion between the FCC and was industry to hide the truth from the American public. That cell phones are Nafta safe device consumers are led to believe and the public should be outraged at this is happening. I'm Suzanne Potter. A. Filed the suit five years ago for all the way to the Supreme Court twice and lost. Many small-scale farmers and Kentucky Risen to the. Providing food for their communities during the pandemic, some say strengthening the local food supply is critical to lessen the blow from the next crisis, Michelle howl and her husband run a farm outside Bowling Green. She says that back in March as stores began running out of items, her farm worked with the local hospitals, schools and public health department to ensure residents had continued access to fresh fruits and vegetables in some cases. Cases even delivering medically tailored meals to covid nineteen patients so rather than just giving people sort of raw products like whole vegetables. We were able to process than in our on farm, certified kitchen and distribute the meals to them. So all the food prep was already done. As uncertainty remains surrounding the return of school in the fall, Powell says counties should be fostering partnerships with their local producers I'm Nadia Ramlogan? And finally Eric Ticket off reminds us in twenty fifty and the documentary. White people aired on MTV this afternoon. The organization define American is holding a watch party panel discussion on White People Bellingham Resident Lucas night him, who is white is featured in the documentary teaching a racial justice workshop at Wadham community. College he says many white people don't discuss race with their families. Conversations about race usually get labeled divisive a lot. Even just mentioning race so growing up in my household. We didn't really talk about race. The Wash Party starts at four PM AT DEFINE AMERICAN DOT COM SLASH WHITE DASH people. Those to the film say create a lot of controversy in twenty fifteen, but has gained new relevance and the country's current reckoning on race. This is my Clifford for news service. We are memorable. Listener supported and online at public news service DOT ORG. Time ahead. What if we are to be prepared for it. We. Must I shed our fear of it. Without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me, but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years. We have bought these machines. And after a century. I remember that which. We still. Make? Them remember. And.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on The Outliers

The Outliers

07:15 min | 10 months ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on The Outliers

"Them. Were basically the criminals around the superman. All Isaac Cameos Music every frigging Azriel every frigging character ever saw other all locked up now. They're court cordoned off part gums older. They turned into like a prison. Every criminal like escape from New York show exclude you from everybody. There's so many side that mission and at the beginning the joker is trying basically infected with how he from the first game. He juiced up on the venom. That that venues Doger's it was an enhanced version of the Arrival they changed the name of it and then as after effect from the next game. He's sick sick dying. And so you're going through five jober because joker army uses. The joke is somewhere dying communicating. where the money's GonNa send you basically get? The Cure helped me. How this that? And then he infects Batman and this is all the game as it's bat you you're going to go out fighting all these admissions. You're getting sicker and sicker. So it's imperative that you find the kiss you the job so when you go. You're going to try to help the joker in affects you say the same for me. I'd the his ass data about it but but I forget what it was. I forget what the but that's kind of where you With the full body of will you like what you see things are you like your is your it's like. Pov Weird like you can switch. You can switch from with no by gaming. I'm not I'm just saying learn I need you gotta give me up on the story that he was incredible and then what happens in the end is that a emmy series clippers episode was good. It was that they had a big just totally. Should ask the jobs communicating with the game. It it appears that he's he's well now the will you'll see them vitamins as being like well. Even the bag is like you can. You're flying around the stub the Arkham city in in your handbag joker okay. The talking months himself because tracker in your cal. Fire out bad about as likely to nearby as I was like this conversation. Eventually you get to where you're GONNA face as the joker joker comes out and he's all he's fucking secretive fucked decrepit and stuff so he's part and regular shooter but the whole time it was questions okay so by the end joker basically I forget how the playfully cliffe's at you jokers in cahoots with Klay base the whole time Jesus declared sick sick right. Oh yes that's fighting throughout the game back. Nothing's he's the only infected and so he's getting himself but in the fact of the matter is you give him for him over again. Dan Big spoiler The game logo play the joker jumps back. When he drops it he steps into the army trucks and bracing DIS dis? The Lazarus behind you and this is the third game this I am in the second game. Okay there's razzle-dazzle stage we have spy. Reservoir Lazarus pit. You go in there. But why fireplace versus where the jokers You'd be Klay facing. He falls into the Lizard Lassen. You can't retell the joke. And the inventors Joker Art fucking crazy so you don't know if it's actually chill. Ross copays who's dead right you know. What Ellie Mark? How did voice listen game? All he did. Is this the last time the jokers look like I say he was GonNa do anymore but he said he came back to that they make an animated. Why have you yeah Joe version? It has I don't remember everything is The death of Robin Tim Drake dies. It's not increasing takers Yeah the yeah. Um His dad was a gang is The original is a degrading provided killed. Nine tonight only at night young adult. Yeah he's you gotta mid teen I mean mid mid twenties so like I think he's a or maybe little younger but he's a he's an adult and he and he's night wing established just three including WHO's drinking another little AGLIETTA son? Damian has a son from racial goes daughter does like a son. He's considered to be like a robin but there was God damn dig Rayson Tim Drake Man. What the female who is in The NAS out of in universe but the third one. But there's a third round of and there's always the robin who was the COP. Todd Jason Todd the Jason Todd where Jason. Todd Jason Todd He's he's the one who who died not not not Drake Tim Drake. Who like the current Robin? That's the one you see in the Him and with the Justice League not just with a new animated the US just not Not that the young justice. So you have Dick Grayson and you have Tim Drake Jason. Jason Tide is the one who who would who killed in the killing joke. I'm pretty sure that that. That's what wasn't and Jason. Todd was the The won the Red Hood. So what does it say to the death scene of Jason Dodd and then with Joe Joke. Put this weapon on his ask. The bones that were crushing sounded real. It was the enemy bandmate yet. Animation the The the Batman under the Red Hood and ooh that we should hold on. Just go to that same side. We wonder woman and just put in Jason. Put that in. Uh We have the weakish for that. I'm saying I'm saying to watch though to watch it. You should go.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"British prime minister Boris Johnson says he's going to push ahead and try to leave for Europe the European Union by October thirty first you said today he is not daunted or dismayed by a vote delaying approval of the new brexit deal and said there will be no new negotiations with the E. U. Johnson says that he is not compelled by the law to negotiate any further with the E. U. under the guise of defending students the universe of illinois' responding to sexual harassment complaints on campus by making it harder for a reporter to bring new cases to light I'm David rising of the better government association with the we can watch our report NPR Illinois is a public radio station based in Springfield it's owned by the U. of I am it's reporters technically our school employees after NPR Illinois reporter Rachel out well reported that the university helped conceal sexual harassment by professors the college crackdown on out wells reporting I will follow their initial reports of the questioner inviting students with rest and complaints to come forward but the university is demanding I will reveal the names of any students who complain the university says all employees my provide details including names of any sexual harassment complaints at the school in other words a school that failed to protect its students now is interfering with reporter who brought that failure to light and it says it's acting to defend those students from harassment go figure for more on the U. of I. case go to better got dot org I'm David rising for news radio one of five point nine FM at the end it is this this morning can Koscheck now Helen Marshall our news writer mark freedman our sister producer Ellie mark Katic at the web desk aerial Perella and our managing editor Julie man WBBM news time ten forty one tomorrow the.

"ellie mark" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

18:52 min | 1 year ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Espionage

"<music> on saturday june twenty fourth director gray called in twenty-six f._b._i. Agents for an early morning meeting gray a admonish them for the leaks to the press he demanded that it end immediately and launched an inquiry to uncover the leakers nixon's attorney general enroll john dean even personally phoned mark felt and demanded he clamp down mark refused dean had no legal legal authority over mark or the f._b._i. Investigation but this refusal surely put mark in the white house's crosshairs when one night in august mark felt answered a knock at the door to find woodward standing outside the reporter had tried calling marks office this and home phones. He decided to visit in person to confirm some background details for an upcoming watergate story. Mark was impressed <unk> by woodward's aggressive reporting but the personal visit made him nervous from now on they had to have some ground rules. Yeah i know more public meetings. The phone was out to has an f._b._i. Man mark knew how easily owns owns could be monitored instead. They could designate a meeting place mark chose and underground garage in rosslyn virginia then they designed system by which they could notify each other if they wanted to meet woodward said he had a flower pot with a small flag in and on his balcony left by former girlfriend. If he wanted to signal for a meeting he would move the flowerpot from the front to the back of the balcony. Mark would make daily checks to see if the flowerpot ed moved. If mark needed a meeting he would intercept woodward's the daily new york times newspaper and on page twenty draw clock indicating the time he wanted to rendezvous. This technique sneak is known as stenography the practice of hiding messages in public. Its use is credited to magician and c._i._a. Consultant john mulholland though stick inaugura fee has taken on many forms since milhollin died in nineteen seventy a spy might wear where a certain prearranged piece of clothing for example a specific color of button or a crowded area in earshot of a message's suggests recipient. They might call out a name passersby assume they're simply calling to a friend but with a prearranged code the intended intended recipient. Here's the name and knows what message is being conveyed with their stake. In graphic code established mark briefed woodward would word in the basics of counter intelligence when leaving his apartment woodward was to take the back exit and leave through the alley way way in case someone was monitoring the front entrance than after walking a few blocks he would hail a cab that alone wasn't enough stowe woodward had to take that cab to a nearby hotel where he would pick up a second cab to truly ensure that he had shaken off any tales the second cab would drop him. A few blocks from the garage and woodward would walk the final stretch down into the underground lot. These were tactics. Mark had learned as an f._b._i. Agent where he had tracked criminals and killers for decades but they're also classic tools of spycraft former c._i._a. Agent worn halston advises similar tactics to this day. He's suggests moving to at least three distinct locations to ensure that no one is on your tail. There were additional ground rules to mark and woodward's relationship. Mark would never provide new information. He would only confirm if woodward was on the right track and steer them away from false information. He was a deep background on source. Never quoted never cited. Mark knew he might lose his job if his connection to woodward was discovered and he still clung onto the hope of some day being appointed director of the f._b._i. Even woodward's partner at the washington post carl bernstein didn't know the identity identity of woodward's highly placed government source around the newsroom. The mysterious contact became known as deep throat. A lighthearted reference to the immensely popular recently released pornographic film of the same name. It was also a reference to the deep background. Nature sure of mark's information readers of the post wouldn't know the name or even a source existed until nineteen seventy four when woodward and bernstein's bernstein's book all the president's men reveal deep throat's existing spy codename only in september nineteen in seventy two woodward bernstein continued to piece together. The clues arrived at perhaps their biggest bombshell yet following the money johny beyond the watergate burglars. The reporters determined that the june break in was not an isolated incident. It was just the tip of the iceberg burke. It was part of a pattern of campaign sabotage and disruption that the reelection committee had been carrying out for years in order to who ensured nixon's election to a second term these sabotage acts range from mild pranks like sending pizzas to campaign events or stealing the shoes of campaign staffers to more serious offenses including rumor mongering about sexual affairs and intimidating particularly particularly strong opponents into dropping out of the race but the reporters hadn't been able to establish a definitive link between donald sa- grady the man directing many of these sabotage operations and the nixon campaign so woodward arranged a meeting with deep throat when woodward arrived mark felt was smoking a cigarette waiting for him as usual woodward asked him to confirm what he had found and maybe nudge the reporters a little further in the right direction. Mark was able to tell him that grady was definitely connected to the campaign and how he himself wasn't sure but he was certain that nixon's former attorney general john mitchell had been directly involved in the sabotage efforts as well as the watergate break-in. This was shocking. Mitchell had struck woodward word as one of the cleanest members of the nixon administration but marks war it was true. Mark continued to lay out the connections between the various watergate players. It was a complex case and the meeting lasted hours. The two of them wound up sitting on the concrete floor of the garage. Josh trading notes toward the end of the meeting woodward asked mark directly was the white house behind this whole thing marcotte frustrated and said of course don't you get my message. The campaign committee had hired more than fifty operatives. It is to help spread chaos and disinformation mark asserted this was an operation on an enormous scale dedicated to using underhanded and illegal tactics to guarantee nixon's second term there had been more bugging beyond just the campaign offices they had planted fake demonstrators in the middle of rallies. They had followed campaign staffers. They had investigated the personal lives of aids and all of it was being paid for and directed by people in the white house. The only question left was how high op it went. Marquette already confirmed that the former attorney general mitchell knew all of this. They were now confirming if the white house counsel john john dean was involved and what about the president's chief of staff h._r. Haldeman finally the biggest question of all what what did president nixon himself no he was six a._m. By the time mark and woodward finish their conversation woodward had the confirmation he needed even if he couldn't quote it directly mark feld had made his biggest disclosures yet is if if only just realizing the gravity of what he'd revealed mark suddenly looked ill he reiterated woodward was only to use this information on background. Nothing could be attributed however veiled or anonymously to deep throat. He thought that would protect him. He was wrong already within the white house. There were rumblings. Nixon's men had discovered who was leaking to the post and now they had to decide what to do about it. Next will hear how even with the walls closing in around him mark managed to bring woodward some of watergate's most devastating revelations sion's now back to the story in september nineteen seventy-two mark felt gave bob woodward confirmation of the nixon campaign's worst misdeeds providing direct links between campaign crimes and some of the most powerful people in the white house us using the information gathered at this recent all night meeting with deep throat bob woodward and fellow reporter carl bernstein crafted after a bomb drop of an expose on the watergate scandal on october tenth woodward and bernstein story ran under the headline and f._b._i. Finds nixon aides sabotage democrats referencing the f._b._i. Directly was a bold move one wrist outing mark felt as deep throat but woodward decided to take the gamble deep. Throat's news was interspersed with enough of the stories. Raise other sources that it probably wouldn't draw attention. He was wrong. Nixon secretly taped many of his oval office conversations under sessions <hes> habit that would eventually come back to haunt him a tape referencing. Mark felt was uncovered by watergate investigators komo six months after the recording was made the audio is muddy but thanks to dedicated transcribers. We know what was said. The conversation took place on october nineteenth nineteen seventy two it was just a few weeks before the election and it was only one week after woodward and bernstein published their bombshell story revealing direct ties between the white house the watergate burglars and the nixon campaigns targeted disinformation and harassment efforts the speakers on the tape our chief of staff h r haldeman and president nixon haldeman tells nixon we know what's leaked and we know who leaked it. Nixon presses him asking is it somebody somebody in the f._b._i. Somebody next to gray haldeman jumps in mark felt haldeman doesn't reveal feel his source to nixon but somebody had given him reliable intel he knew already in october nineteen seventy two that mark felt had had been leaking information to the washington post mark had taken every precaution to avoid being discovered but somehow maybe because because of woodward and bernstein's overzealousness maybe because of another source from within the bureau his worst fears have been realized but nixon and his team were helpless to act even in the face of this damning revelation haldeman explained to nixon that if they moved moved on mark. They risked him spilling everything he knew which was a sizable amount of information. He was after all directing being the f._b._i. Investigation on watergate he'd been learning everything he could about the scandal and he'd had unrestricted access to interviews with government personnel as well as f._b._i. Employees since the bungled robbery in june nineteen seventy-two despite the administration's efforts words to curb the investigation the information he had collected could be incredibly damaging. Nixon suggested moving. Mark fell to a cushy but inconsequential post as an ambassador somewhere. Perhaps the tape ends ambiguously with nixon asking haldeman to find more information far from spelling the end of mark's career. The incident in created a bond between him and f._b._i. Director patrick gray in november of nineteen seventy-two gray was hospitalized and out of the office until the new year when he returned. He and mark sat down for a private conversation. The nixon administration gray told mark mark was cracking down on leaks and had pinpointed the source the current attorney general richard kleindienst had personally approached gray with a message he had to fire. Mark felt despite grays coziness with the administration. He told mark that he had refused. The order. Kleindienst had taken the refusal graciously telling gray. I love you for that but even though the situation had blown over over smoothly mark was uncomfortable letting gray take the fall for him if his presence threatened grays future with the bureau mark was was willing to step down with his last shot at the director ship. Seemingly gone market started considering retirement anyway but the gray rejected the offer. He said i wouldn't do this to someone who has served his country and the f._b._i. So ably and lawyer ellie mark was now showing and almost miraculous ability to hold onto his job and deflect suspicion away from himself. Things would not get any easier. However in april of nineteen seventy-three the nixon administration sought to confirm pat gray as has the official director of the f._b._i. Moving him from the temporary acting position into the permanent role once occupied by hoover and yet during the confirmation hearings woodward received word that gray had participated in some of nixon's schemes gray destroyed to incriminating dossiers on behalf of the nixon administration they may or may not have had information relating to watergate both had been burned with gray's christmas garbage on despite his improved relationship with gray mark was gleeful awful at the revelation and perhaps overconfident with the director position once again within his grasp he made the unusual usual move of reaching out to woodward by phone calling to ask the reporter if he heard the news about gray woodward said that he had mark confirm the story forum and then added an important detail gray had destroyed the documents at the direct request of the white house gray was a loyal servant loyal to his hardworking subordinates like mark and loyal to the nixon man dan who've gotten him the job like john dean. Nixon's council mark on the other hand was loyal only to the f._b._i. And had few qualms giving woodward the scoop on someone who had betrayed the bureau's integrity woodward ran the story the next day a few hours later gray resigned suddenly the nixon. White house was in need of new f._b._i. Director and once again mark felt was confident that he stood a good chance at being there pick but he was wrong again. The nixon tapes reveal the moment when attorney general kleindienst floated the idea of nominating mark feld immediately president nixon been dismissed the idea hi there still remembering his chief of staff suspicions about mark's role as a leaker or simply unimpressed with him for other reasons instead nixon nominated william de ruggles house. The former head of the environmental protection agency ruggles goes house was confirmed with little trouble. Mark was crushed. This was his last chance at the nomination he had been with the f._b._i. Biagi for thirty one years and retirement was on the horizon. The fact that marc didn't get along with rockwell's house didn't make the situation <music> any better ruckus house was a nixon man through and through the president hardly had to exert pressure to get ruggles house to influence the course of the watergate investigation after years of passing secrets onto the post marks attempts to keep the investigation independent had failed.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on NFL Live

"This passionate goes from ninety seven one twenty to play action traditional dropback so you could see any in a importance of the running game is equal elliott obviously opposing defenses are focusing in on stopping zico elliott and that's very impactful in terms of his impact on prescott's production to go from ninety seven one twenty two that's a huge jump in terms of his play options a productivity huge yeah they will talk about dak stealing when it may get done but i'd be interested to see how old is he feel like the dallas cowboys team stacks up in the division i think they're i think they're right there at the top i think they're competing obviously them in philadelphia right there neck and neck and be battling battling it out a throughout the season but i think they got all the tools when you look at them defensively from the defensive run all the way back to the secondary they're loaded at each position and then offensively like we just talked about dak prescott you ellie mark cooper randall cobb two days with this but they have all of our more obviously which which obviously comes from a you know college and doing those women think he'll provide some creativity that we probably haven't seen a different type of place that we have seen necessarily you're not going eagles you're not the dallas cowboys win that division yes unfortunately fortunately nobody new york to please go right don't do that with victor day he'll get done do we see that done before the start of the season i i think that deal will get done before the start of the season in fact i mean even just talking to people in the capital's organization nation about the timing of it it it's it's funny 'cause just a few months ago the way was being explained to me it was it was gonna be a while it wasn't getting it done and now it seems that i'm not sure where the pressures coming fraternal why they're feeling the pressure but in terms of trying to get the guy that's gonna be a priority for now the pressure really comes from what dak prescott drafty disappointment was is now becoming the reality of a free agent opportunity because he was not a first round pick which is a disappointing season the final year of his contract so unlike guys like jared goff in carson wentz who had these digital fifth year he could get to the market and he may not be appropriate fire i'm a believer in dak prescott is only where you do from a passing standpoint but the place he makes with his legs if he made it to the open market the wake of a couple of years ago heart this say what he could get and i know you know people say well he could certainly get franchise but i could tell you when the organization standpoint we use the franchise tag the last position wanna use it on is the quarterback because when you have a franchise tag that means that the player doesn't have to be there for you off season program doesn't have to be there for training camp he could come in the tuesday before opening day sign be tag get paid for the whole season and it really puts the whole offense and all those were upset you don't have together so it's really a situation where the sense of urgency diana in my mind it's coming from the fact that this player is sixteen games away from becoming a free agent quarterback also feel that pressure i mean and they don't ever really feel like they belong kirk cousins situation and washington so he was always out there proving improving improving and i remember talking about it and you could tell it though airing on and be like the washington redskins organization they were just looking at date and they and they end he was looking for a ring you wanna get married any one of the field that law and he never did end for the capital's to put that on deck that may not work out for them you know if they wanna make that work you know what he's married to money not at all i ever not crying for kirk cousins but it the point was made all right anyway circling back to where we started and that is zeke elliott the cowboys certainly hoping that he will not miss any time a video shows browns running back kareem hunt being questioned by police after an apparent incident saturday night cincinnati cleveland bar the video published by tmz sports it shows speaking with a number of officers he was not arrested they did not.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hidden from the public. Then they've done a very good job that just as essentially following the same playbook that back, oh, industry use the report also suggests giving phones away from your body, use headsets speakerphone and Tex more. As we discovered few people follow those recommendations. Generally, I don't generally just hold it up to my ear and talk like that Ellie marks is with the California brain tumor association. We skied with her from riverside people to know people are unaware that cell phones ails there us now are not safe. Most people say they would consider adopting those recommendations if there's a concerted message from sources that are trusted. But part of the reason why the state refused to release the document was because the centers for disease control and prevention insist, more research is needed before we know if using cellphones causes health effects in San Francisco leeann Melendez. ABC seven news. Five, four, three, two. Tetra Pak cartons are already lightweight recyclable, mainly from Newell resources like wood fiber from well-managed forests where trees keep growing, but we didn't wanna stop there. Tetra Pak is committed to reducing the impact of our packages even further. And one of our objectives is to increase the content of materials packages that come from noble resources. There is a shift happening. It's shift away from fossil fuels like Trillium coal and natural gas to safer, more renewable materials. Everybody knows that fossil fuels are all around us. They power cars a heat, our homes there in everyday objects for so long. We felt like didn't have a choice. We didn't have any alternatives, but that's not necessarily true. You can make plastic from classic from crass make plastic porn. But there was one in particular that really caught our eye because it didn't upset an ecosystem and its upset of food supply. That's why we came to present. Brazil is the world's largest grower sugarcane. The country's Hugh, it's almost as large as the US a little over three million square. And a third of the country is used only for farming. But because sugarcane dense, productive plant growing it only about one percent of that farmable land. Brazilian sugarcane is very water, Fisher almost all of irradiated naturally by simply rainfall. The sugar cane region is in the center south of the country about twelve hundred miles away from the rainforest. So there's no chance of contributing to any four station. Good thing about growing sugarcane or any plants is the capture CO two and the growing process. Sugar cane is harvested incentive mills where split into two parts sugar for eating and something else called ethanol. The edible sugar goes one way and the ethanol goes another. But what's great about this process is we are left with something that's really it's a pulp which in Brazil they call the gas. Okay. This is where we left off bag. Ass is a pulp. Okay. Now we're to pick up where we left off in the earlier part of our show. What's so special about the gas is a bio few, its fuel source that is used the power, the entire production process further, reducing the need for fossil fuel. Thanks so much energy from this biofuel that it actually powers the surrounding cities meeting their energy needs. Another thing that's pretty cool that they have developed the process of collecting this nutrient rich liquid in the process of milling sugar and use it as a natural fertilizer for the next season's crops. No chemical fertilizer is used them Brazilian sugarcane. Also, the sugar cane industry in Brazil uses no genetically modified organisms in their fields. So the sugar for this new kind of plastic GMO free. When you compare making plastic from sugarcane versus plastic from petroleum, the numbers are pretty astonishing production of two hundred thousand tonnes of sugar-based. Plastic represents an annual reduction of eight hundred thousand tons of co, two from the apps. Put that in a different perspective. That's the equivalent the annual missions of over eight hundred thousand cars and the plant based plastic is exactly like traditional plastic. It's terrible protecting investable. It's one hundred percent recyclable at Tetra Pak. We're always driving improve the environmental performance of our packaging and using plant face plastic rates step forward, both for the environment and our customers by protecting what's good. While

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"ellie mark" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"He's he quickly San Antonio who we talking. About Bill o. Marco. Bellin Ellie Mark appel Barco guys like. Mark abundantly come and go it's guys like You could have struck early and sign it before Milwaukee offered, him a deal. Stuff like that I tell? You Mark appel Anneli oh I know I know and what what what are we get, now what challenge Wilson Chan have a salary. Dumping, Wilson Chandler's what we, have I. Agree, and now. What we. Have versus, what, we what we have now? Had yeah Yeah Mark that has been in the. System knows your system knows you as a coach and those what you're looking? For is these? These he's coming up to. Mitch No defense role player he was a role player right well the guy but he's a guy given? What he could players who I agree exactly now. That we see what has transpired you're right this. Roster, is not as good as, it was at the. End of the CNN we, go? Back, to that, day on draft day he he sounds like Elmer Fudd Hunt stars star-hunting yes he sounds like. MD foot yeah it's a it's a bad look and you have? A head coach who's never been in the, position before filling the void trying to do what. He can. You. Know in this one opportunity and it, failed miserably. Visibly and then why don't they have a new general manager right now they're one. Glowing moment also with that they they got to. Talk, to LeBron's people now LeBron No Grandson I know Got it. Got his agent. They got, Rich Paul What I don't understand we are. Nearly two months removed from Ryan Colangelo being fired they don't have a general manager or president of, basketball, operations? Are trying to do it on. The oh what. Why No biggest? Off season in thirty years your. Guess is good as mine and they're trying to pull Daryl. More Houston why the hell would he ever leave that cushy job to come to Joshua Harris run, organization, because? It's Yes he was the assistant he was proven yeah he wasn't an established General? Mattis proven She can. Have that'll that'll. Circles by what did he did nothing nothing? We, win another with him. We didn't have. He, taught him up and. That was it And he can do that. No but he. Brought in assets and he's got a reason He's the reason you. Have, we gotta be because it'd be got hurt and he he fell to, thirty? Pick, right but you wouldn't be in that position had it not for, that plan what yeah. Because they were intentionally losing. Which, put the odds in the lottery but never that's all Yeah Any idiot can lose your, right but he he made some good transactions in that period of time which gave the. Lesson he gave us six years of lose lose, well he wasn't losing. Before what was? It five. Years they had twenty eight wins the year before. That, so Is that a winning record no it's it's a horrible losing, record but. The the point of making. It why is it come to, the point where this large portion of Philadelphia sports fans where you're not allowed to criticize. The team anymore I don't know about you but, when I when I. Watched it when? I watched. My team play I'm watching I'm hoping that they. Win To win I'm, not I'm. Not here from the building I'm trying. To reveal something I'm what I'm watching the young players so if if we get young players that are going, to be. Here instead of getting a budget Our our. Sixers fans overconfident that this window is. Going to remain wide open you think house ethics so caught up in their trust the process crap The. Challenges with us I, was I was a fan of the rebuild route You Oh, boy, LA, LA you y'all steady talk about who was working, folks? Right, no I was a. Huge I was immensely in favor of. Mark. Helpful This point I was. Wrong I'm not I'm. Not I'm, not doing it I'm. Looking, I'm looking to win. Well I mean he was he was supposed to be that missing piece that could create his own, shot and he's been anything, but I agree with you but now that. We're, at that point, white well let me. Ask I'll ask? You this why is there is this large contingent? Of the Sixers fan base who will not admit that it's been a bad. Off season and get aggressive and Globally violent aggressive with you?.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A major supreme court ruling on privacy has to do with cellphone tracking the high court says the police generally need a search warrant if they want to track suspects movements c which cell towers they've been near this decision will stop the shortcuts timothy williams junior retired lapd in a police procedure expert he says he thinks you really wouldn't need warrants for this kind of tracking anyway detectives in this case that went all the way up they got records from a cell phone carrier but nas award from judge where they would have needed to show probable cause they took an easier route shortcuts when you get to court emphasis being scrutinized cases happy loss by taking shortcuts this will close at avenue so williams things it might be a positive privacy advocates they say it's a win that chief justice joined the courts for liberals in the ruling mike simpson knx ten seventy newsradio the passing of urban leader and police committee john mack is being marked with praise from all levels of the los angeles police department outgoing lapd chief charlie beck worked with john macro for twenty years calling a friend in the right man at the right time of the right place in the civilian leadership overseeing the department help implement systemic change heroes a not only a calm and steady influence but extremely wise counsel great advice added that amount of credit commission that's just equal beck said john mac android face to face contact it helped increase trust between police and the community we can't leave from the sidelines you can't beat from the back from the front and john was never shy about the front so that's you know that's another thing that just defined los angeles the chief fields would miss most of all john maxwell ability to get to the crux of an issue at his tireless efforts to get all sides to endorse a solution that benefit of the city is a whole pete demetrio knx ten seventy newsradio while we're coming up at the first week in summer and ellie marking the occasion by holding the twenty six addition of sick via this one in the san fernando valley a four mile stretch van nuys boulevard will be closed sunday in matt panorama city our leader and giving walkers bicyclists and roller skaters free rein sick levinas executive director one mole pascall tells knx it's a.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Welcome back to on golf and we're we're going to kind of switch gears here and get caught up we think with marquel eoghan we're going to try to see if ken morton junior is is available and the this hagenuck scoff expo they really do they have got all the reps from the major golf companies around and you can test the equipment you can try out putters they have a putting green with putters all the way around the green and a number of really great speakers that did come up and i know usually they have a national figure which i should know who that is at this point and i remember meeting the actress from the caddyshack movie a couple years ago she was on stage lacey see under all her name in the on the show and that was that was one thing she hugged me very nicely and then she kind of whispered to she goes you know i wasn't hired for my brains so that was pretty good there ellie mark callaghan always able to switch gears a we appreciate mark come on hair really we we're gonna hopefully catch up with ken morton junior still this morning mark hey good morning guys thanks for having me on the sun shining up there.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So if you want to call early on i gave you the phone number view an email me you got the meal here's a man who's desanto by the way to o'clock today what talk with lieutenant marvin pox and if he police department three o'clock we'll talk to daniel silva u s eagle federal credit union three 45 andrew oxford from these santa fe new mexican and four o'clock rj laino wants to come in and talk about local politics here's a man who's decided yeah he's retired but i ain't dead we have had officially have 1100 and twenty four candidates for lieutenant governor now this is a former mailman up in towns a republican i think that's only two maybe three no three i think republican candidates for lieutenant governor with over 1100 democrats running for lieutenant governor we'll have wanted to show and friday that'd be the mayor of santa fe javier gonzalez at joe's dining republican primary election for lieutenant governor just got competitive woohoo with the retired male carrier from tells becoming the second okay second there was three now we're the lady who ran for mayor in albuquerque who switch from dhirubhai two or to run we had a a come i hear not will probably six months ago now he was going to run maybe is not officially in the uh in the contest you mark you will why you ellie mark you'll like a mule but with the war former mailman sixty five said yesterday spend most of his career as a postal worker represented his colleagues as a union steward of the national association of lettercarriers to mailman government worker in a union man and his republican from towns go figure right those three things how they all fit together late november michelle garcia homes political independent who switched to the ours just before registering for the race announced her candidacy it was a former general who is going to get an maybe is gonna get in has not officially got an inya former detect he with albuquerque police department homeless michelle garcia homes made an unsuccessful bid for mayor in albuquerque you'll said he wishes his gop opponent luck but think these more qualified for the position lieutenant governor had few duties would often serves as a supporter for the governor's policies except for the last eight years.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You an awards shows in late night talks shows people would have enough and it's gonna hurt nfl ellie mark my words i could be wrong but i really think this is going to be bad for the nfl what do you think we'll see a much i i don't think i don't think what we saw last game is going to impact the nfl i really don't think it will um but he only pocketed out there if they don't care bigger that that's because the president took it to a different level when you call the players by names that they you knew the league was going to react terribly that you knew they were going to react to it from owner what does the only gonna do not support his players when the president calls them that i mean if you're gonna call players us obese you don't think the owners are going to react to i mean you guys who were there who have been very close to the president craft was very close to the president he came out against trump on that but crap tom orienting he tom brady came out against them but craft only mention on trump's home you didn't men who wasn't needed at toys that's what we're talking about whether you will he co cold them names but what i'm saying is the only company if you want say so what you said as a tax as unfair to be the single don't like trump and i get it only two points clear flights trump no it was guilty plea was put in a position where he had to protect us players that's with trump put them in a position where the protect players so the nfl was going to say we're not going to take this lying down we're gonna look the new show that were unified knows what they did so i thought he you know it he created a side issue is what he did tony in staten island was up tony and like how i was half of the mit you know it's such a sad state i mean we're talking about a player of the way in which looked at out of controversy with yet and we're talking about you know ganked side after punched out of the squad he had a very pathetic uh it's it's really sad that we have to discuss a lot of five sets rather than what's really.

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"ellie mark" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"ellie mark" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

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