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Davis' jumper gives Arkansas 72-70 win over Oral Roberts
"Arkansas has reached the elite eight for the first time in twenty six years with the seventy two seventy win over number fifteen oral Roberts devante Davis hit a short jumper with two point nine seconds left after the Razorbacks erased a thirty five twenty eight halftime deficit we need to pay points as you see we got that around if that happens and we we out toughed them in this weather came out so if you want to drop in twenty two points to help markets are overcome a poor shooting night by Moses moody who is four for twenty in scoring fourteen points Max a service that is best to put the golden eagles in the elite eight for the first time in forty seven years scoring twenty five points his three pointer at the buzzer bounced off the front of the room I'm Dave very
Man accused of 1 murder in New Jersey says he really killed 16
"A man accused of murder now. Says he's really killed fifteen people as well in a detention hearing in gloucester county new jersey. The assistant prosecutor said sean. Land admitted to the killings and a phone call to a relative and says among the dead are his ex wife and three others in new mexico but investigators have been able to corroborate his claims atlantans hometown of grants new mexico. Police there say they don't believe lennon's claim about killing additional people authorities have been tracking lennon after the discovery of four bodies but so far he's only charged with one death in new jersey and attorney for the forty seven year. Old suspect says he was
100-Year-Old Man Killed In Violent Encino Attacks In Los Angeles, Suspect Arrested
"I mean you talk about a crime wave. And what the hell's going on in the city of la. Somebody killed a hundred year. Old man in encino supposedly happened before noon yesterday. Cops were called assault with a deadly weapon. An axe are you kidding me. When officers got there they found a man who had suffered minor injuries but he directed them to a suspect. They've arrested forty seven year old. Adam dimmer men. We're going to find out this is the vagrant. What are we going to find out next one of the mental issues here. He's walking around attacking people with an ax There was an officer that basically told me to stay indoors as a guy with a machete. Who's walking around here. Apparently dimmer man had a dog with him. See deborah not. People with dogs aren't necessarily always good people i know. They got an action a knife at the scene and sometime later they responded to a home in encino on alonzo place where a hundred year old man was found dead. Numerous contusions and lacerations they believe dimmer man killed him. Can you imagine living to one hundred and going that way to get murder. They've identified the poor guy as yussef mahboob ian. He'd been living on the secluded hilltop cul de sac for more than thirty years. His wife is the one who found so. I guess he broke into the house. Or i don't know we don't know a lot of the circumstances here yet. But you got a guy running around the valley with a machete attacking people and he kills a one hundred year old man. Wow
Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic
"The corona virus arrived in the seattle area about a year ago. Some who got cova early on are still suffering. The people who still feel the effects of the disease months after their initial diagnosis are called long. Haulers reporter eilly show. Neil has more now on wear long haulers in the seattle area are turning to for care. Donna lawson is forty seven years old. I met her in the backyard of the house. She shares with her husband and teenage daughter in west seattle. I'm a designer artist. In a mother lawson got code back in march at the very beginning of the pandemic at first it seemed to be a mild case. But then things got worse in. May she was hospitalized for three days with low blood oxygen and when she got home she didn't get better. My legs feel like jello. All the time very very weak on really bad days and bad times. I'm trudging through. Concrete is what it feels like or like their cinderblocks literally on my feet or magnets pulling me to the ground. los and says she can't concentrate a remember things. She's tired all the time and no longer has the energy to make art or volunteer at her daughter's school. She says on a good day she's eighty percent of her old self for a few hours other days. She can't get out of bed. That gets me really choked up. Who knows if. I'll be myself again. I'm usually a pretty confident person. I really love helping people. And i love spreading joy. It's really hard to do that when you don't feel joy about ten percent of people who get covid still have at least one symptom two months after their diagnosis more women than men suffer from. What's being called locking cova. They have a broad range of symptoms from shortness of breath to trouble sleeping or concentrating to depression or anxiety. Lawson was never able to get a cova test because there weren't many available at the beginning of the pandemic so she says throughout her illness. Some doctors haven't believed that her symptoms are due to long cove. It when you have medical professionals poo poo what you're saying you can't help but wonder if you're crazy person. If the reason lawson and other long haulers have struggled to find care is that doctors don't fully understand long cove it yet when they run standard tests on long haulers most results come back negative exact mechanisms yet some of the basic science still pending and that will be helpful for guiding treatments. Aaron bananas a rehab physician at the university of washington's harborview medical center. He says researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what causes long cova loose suspicion that this may be a more of an immunologic response in patients or some of the micro-vascular pox insults that are occurring. Maybe causing some of the brain fog and other words long hunters immune systems could still be an overdrive or maybe their brains are still suffering from being deprived of oxygen pandemic worked with covid patients after they were released from the icu. But over time it became clear. It's not just the patients that have been hospitalized in who are very sick that are having long term symptoms and we're seeing this even in patients who may have been sick at home but now three months later are still struggling. That's why been now started a clinic. At harborview specifically serves cova. Long haulers. It's one of many such clinics that are popping up across the country to clinic. I if you want clinic part. Medical office part gym with treadmills parallel bars and other equipment to help patients build back strength and the ability to walk but now seems to know everyone here here he is. I've been good. How are you handsome every day. Now and his team are experts in rehab medicine. They help patients with their recovery and coordinate their complex care but now says his goal is to help his patients get back to whatever they were doing before they got sick. Got a law in our critical illness. Survivors that yeah. Their their heart is still beating and their breathing but everything that they valued and was meaningful in their life is now lost so i think our hope is that just wanna make sure were addressing getting or covert patients as much life as boston so far. This is the only clinic like this in the region. So it serves patients from oregon alaskan idaho as well as washington but now says at first. There was only a trickle of patients. But now the clinic gets forty new patients every week.
Union: Ohio officer fired in fatal shooting of Black man
"The Ohio police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man last week has been fired a union official for the Columbus police department says officer Adam Corey who is white was fired after a disciplinary hearing core you shown on body camera fatally shooting forty seven year old Andre hill a black man who emerged from a garage holding a cell phone call a feel to administer first aid right away and didn't activate the sound on his body camera which led the mayor last week to call for his termination the Columbus police chief expedited the investigation and filed to departmental charges of critical misconduct against the officer saying violations of policy cost an innocent man his life hi Jackie Quinn
Video released in police killing of Black man holding phone
"Police body camera footage of a black man being fatally shot by a Columbus Ohio police officer has been released Columbus Ohio police officer Adam Kuwait did not activate his body camera before fatal shooting early Tuesday morning a six second clip of that shooting was captured by an automatic look back feature there was no audio the clip shows Andre hill a forty seven year old black man walking out of the garage cell phone in his hand seconds later he shot after that Kuwait turns on the camera you know got a medic common hill lay groaning on the garage floor no officer coming to his aid Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther wants Corey fired more detailed on two directors not turning on the body worn camera in failing to offer the after the shooting the state bureau of investigation is open the case the U. S. attorney's office in Columbus will review for possible federal civil rights violations once the state completes its investigation I'm timid wire
Interview With Prancercise Founder Joanna Rohrback,
"So i wanna start at the beginning to hear your whole story of how this evolved. So let's go back to. If what i read his correct one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. That's when you became a committed exercise devoted. Is that right. yeah. I've been committed exercise to for probably the better part of forty seven years okay. Now i became very fanatic about exercise when i broke up with them. My ex fiance. Who is a dentist. It's all my book. And i felt very liberated and wanted to get into the best shape i ever was. In i customize my own crush fitness program just coincidentally stumbled upon. What would be prancer cise. What i would do is. I'd start out very early in the morning when it's cooling nice and quiet. When i was living on the beach there was an area called. The broad walk on. Hollywood beach was paved walkway. Where many people Is and i would start out with spot exercises with ankle weights and then i would go out and ride the bike with ankle weights on against the wind. And then i would power walk with my headphones on and The whole program was about two and a half hours. What happened was one day. I heard a really good song. I wrote was the walk minute. At the time. I started moving very rhythmically forward in a certain fashion which was to become prancer cise and i enjoyed it so much nyc steam to get an awful lot of attention that i decided. You know. there's something to this so the end of two thousand twelve was a big year. So i read that. You completed a five k. Entirely in prints are size and then on christmas day. Was your big release so talk about. What inspired you to release it then after all these years of working on it. Why christmas day i it. For years i had a health issue. That i basically cured myself up. You know i was bedridden. you know wheelchair-bound kind of and so it took me the better part nine years to of myself. I refuse to do it conventionally. I did it on my own with certain therapeutic nutrition which. I'm very adept at as i healed. I was able to do a little more and more and by the time. Two thousand twelve came around. I got myself back to where i could do five k. and the reason i brought everything out at that point. It was the combination of being excited about being able to move again and exercise again. And could you not be excited when appealed yourself and you have this great program that you know you. We're so passionate about a few months. After her video went live prancer size went viral surprised. At how this is taken off god. I'm flabbergasted i listen shock time youtube joanna was a guest on the today's show dr oz steve harvey. You teach me out. Francis is in place in. If the music's ready i have she was in a john mayer music video and estacio commercial cracks. Let's not yet didn't crack. There were a lot of people that laughed at it and made fun of it and parodies evidence stuff. And how did you deal with that. I mean you know no matter how thick your skin is. I think it's hard not to have your feelings hurt a little bit by some of that stuff. Well it was ending. I took seriously and i was kinda surprised of all these other. You know reactions like you're talking about. But then when. I got to understand the internet better and better and al-tairi motives and agendas people. Have you know it was understandable. I accepted it. You know. I went on and just had fun with it like they were having you know so. It wasn't jumped in that crash near nothing. No not at all along with her exercise routine. Joanna has an eating routine. She is one hundred percent a creature of habit. And it's basically the same thing every single day. Green apples bananas and coconut plus raw calabasas. Crush i make a salad with cabbage. Hickama tuna steamed potatoes healthy mayonnaise. Dark mustard you know black pepper garlic powder cider vinegar. You know with the mother in it. Carrots celery Sweet onions or white
Southwest Airlines Pushes to Expand Amid Pandemic Pressures
"The pandemic has devastated demand for air travel in response. Many airlines have pulled back offering fewer flights cutting jobs and rewriting the route maps yet. During all of this upheaval one carrier stands out. Southwest airlines is taking aggressive steps to expand. It's a high stakes gamble but southwest is betting. It'll help the company emerged from the pandemic stronger than before. Let's take a look at the company. Strategy and wide sky competitor's talking with the journals ala's insider who covers the airline industry for us. Hi allison it's always good to have you here. Thanks for having me so. Allison we should be clear. Southwest is facing plenty of struggles revenue in the third. Quarter is down. It's burning cash and it still dealing with the seven. Three seven max which won't return to service for a while yet but at the same time it's adding cities like palm springs. California steamboat springs colorado. It's also moving into big airports like chicago. O'hare is well. how can this be. yes definitely. there's no airline that has really escaped. The devastating impact of the pandemic and south west is no exception on track to lose money this year. You know really for the first time in in other breaking a forty seven year streak. It's a huge deal for the company. And they're talking about and seriously considering furloughs also for the first time in their history so you know. This is really unprecedented for them. But the strategy of being opportunistic a downturn. That's not that's not unusual for them. That's something they've done time and again in the past in sort of how they've grown throughout their history so in some ways it's it's not surprising to see them doing that again. Okay let's get into specifics. What's the strategy. What opportunity does southwest see here how they explained it was that the way their network is now. They have multiple flights day all of these cities. And that's been you know offering. That kind of schedule is sort of a big advantage for them but now that demand is down so much they just don't need to be offering five six seven flights a day in some of these places so they it means they have extra planes in extra people they need to deploy somewhere else so they sort of looked all over the country in thought like work and we really quickly move. That would kind of help bring in revenue right away for us. And that's how they picked some of these new cities as you mentioned. Southwest may break its profitability streak yet. It does have a lot of things working in its favor. It has less debt and lower costs compared to its rivals southwest. It's hard to say. Any airline is well positioned right now but southwest came into this crisis with a lot of advantages and they had a lot less debt than some of their biggest rivals so even though they've taken on a lot of debt during the pandemic they still they still have more cash than debt which is pretty rare position to be in for an and that's something that sort of gives them a little bit of a cushion and a little bit of flexibility to try things or the rivals like spirit and allegiant watching they offer low fares and find opportunities at empty your airports and is this. A big risk for south west. I was definitely watching. United executive sort of said at o'hare you know. They said we have the high grounds and they're not too worried from from what they said. But you know there are so few people traveling right now in the recovery expected to be so rocky. I i really think airlines are just competing over every passenger one. Great example of that is how the big airlines like united and american delta. Have done away with cheney's or most domestic changes. Anyway you know. That was a huge selling point for south west for years. So that's something that's going to make the competition even more heated. So what could that mean for travelers more options more competitive fares. Yes i mean over the course of its history. Southwest going into a market often brought fares down significantly and sort of got new people brought new people into traveling and something that the department of transportation once called the southwest effect. So i always tends to increase competition and bring down fares when a new entrant jumps into a market alison insider covers the airline industry for the wall street journal. Allison thanks so
Houston Police Sgt. Sean Rios, Killed Trying To Stop Shootout, Remembered As Leader Dedicated To Family, Community
"The houston police department. Says it's identified a person of interest connected with the shooting. Death of police sergeant shawn rios the forty seven year. Old police veteran was killed in a shootout earlier. This month of visitation was held yesterday in a private funeral is being held at this very hour. A twenty four year old suspect is charged with murdering that case yesterday. Investigators identified a man seen on surveillance video talking to the suspect. They're now trying to locate that man for
Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy
"The urban legend of Razor Blades in your Halloween candy or poison hidden behind the sweet taste of a snickers bar has been around for decades to this day. Parents are still worn to inspect all candy give into their children to make sure that it's safe for consumption quoted from a mental floss article written by Ethan treks quote it's easy to see how urban legends have taken hold because they're so terrifying after all parents Ben Three hundred, sixty, four days of every year telling their kids not to take candy from strangers precisely because of might be poisoned. Then, give the thumbs up to taking snacks from every house in the neighborhood on Halloween, and that's so true and it also calls to mind the whole idea of like when we re under it, we were told not to talk to strangers online and not to get in cars with strangers, and now we literally use the Internet to summon strangers to get in their cars yet. So. Weird. It's crazy. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five Joel Best, who's a professor of sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware publishing article that reviewed reports and press coverage of candy tampering in the United States between nineteen, Fifty, eight to nineteen eighty-four during the search he found a report as early as nineteen fifty nine where children were falling ill after a California dentist named. William. Shine had distributed four hundred fifty candies laced with laxatives. Two Children Jesus thirty of these children were actually affected by candy tampering and he was later charged with outrage of public decency and quote unlawful dispensing of drugs for a dentist. A dentist, a nine, hundred, sixty, four in New York a forty, seven year. Old Woman named. Helen feel was. Annoyed by the Halloween custom of handing out candy to children especially to children who she felt deserve to be given free candy for she handed out bags of treats including ant poison and dog biscuits while when she was confronted about her actions she said, she was doing it as a joke and only gave the items kid she felt were too old to be trick or treating. Is later reported that she was admitted to the State Hospital for mental observation. Good. God right. You don't know what their issues and why they're treating, and even if they don't have an issue like who fucking cares don't be so stingy. Yeah. Like would you want them taking part in egging in toilet paper toilet paper people's houses or would you like them going door to door and get some candy? Just let them go home with bags of candy and then do whatever they're going to do at the house. They're not gonNA come back at midnight to your house. They've if you give him dog biscuits. Yeah. It's like you just set yourself up for some mischief right in one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, Toronto police had discovered razor blades and noodles and Halloween apples. The footage found in the CBC Archives Showed Police Displaying Candy that was supposedly poisoned in nineteen seventy, five year old boy named Kevin Dotson from Detroit died after supposedly eating heroin laced candy diseases. After news media outlets had a field day with telling all parents to dispose of their children's hard earned cash flowing treats. It was later discovered that the parents of the child were trying to hide the true events led to his death apparently the uncle of the boy. had a heroin stash in his home and the little boy had gotten into it and ingested a capsule filled with heroin. The parents sprinkled heroin on the boys Halloween candy after he had died as a cover up to protect the boy's uncle God. But that also kind of reminds me of the the thing that goes around of Lake don't watch out people are putting edibles in your candidate and like no nobody's giving you hundreds of dollars of drug senior kids. In two thousand and Minnesota a forty nine year old man named James Joseph Smith was charged with felony for tampering with candy after a fourteen year old boy was pricked with a needle after biting into a candy bar. Lou. He apparently had put needles into snickers bars and handed them out on Halloween. Night. He was charged with one count of adultery in substance with the intent to cause harm illness or death new four other boys were found to have the needle lace snicker Bar, but the only one boy was harmed. In Two thousand sixteen in Nova Scotia a twelve year old boy was injured when he reached into his candy bag and was cut by a razor blade poking out of a kick cap arc. In two thousand, seventeen multiple reports come out of Ontario Canada where eleven year old girl underwent surgery at U. ship it into recess peanut Butter Cup containing a metal object although it was unclear if this was a result of candy tampering or a manufacturing incident. And other eleven year old boy was also reported to have received a Tutsi roll containing melatonin pill before. Tone of all things so. Yes. So harmless but just go to sleep in two thousand, nineteen in Connecticut thirty seven year old Jason Racks was arrested and held on a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond after the parents of at least two trick or treaters found razors in their children's candy bags. He was charged with risk of injury to a minor reckless endangerment and interfering with police officer apparently did not go quietly when arrested and he also stated that the razor blades were accidentally spilled into the Cannibal for boxer razors who just happened to have next to it. Yes. Yep Yeah I totally believer like you do a later unrelated incident involved someone handing out THC laced gummy candies in their Halloween trick or treaters. Each of the bags contained colorful gummy cubes each packed with ten milligrams of THC. It was stated that it was unknown if this was intentional or from might have been an unintentional oversight by the person handing out the treats but the packaging was obvious enough that it shouldn't be consumed by children Marcos is probably high end didn't notice it air probably high and just in the bag knows because there's pictures of it and that looks like little gummy little gummy bear bags. Yeah. So again, the joke comes up though that nobody's going to willingly hand over yet. They're edibles. Yeah. At the conclusion of Joel Best Research. So get it only went from nine, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and a lot of these cases. I, told you about were in the two thousands So, this was his conclusion with his research at the conclusion of Joel Best Research into candy tampering incidents. He concluded that the vast majority of reported about seventy five percent who were either hoaxes conducted by children or their parents or didn't result in serious injury interesting. He also stated that contemporary legends are ways that society expresses anxiety and urban legends like Halloween Sadism could've stemmed from societal grievances like nineteen, eighty, two with the cyanide laced tylenol incident in. CHICAGO? The September eleventh terrorist attacks and subsequent Anthrax scare and of course now with Yeah. which actually plays into what you were saying. Devil's night about the depression and the war and how people just kind of like did what they did on Devil's night as a reprieve or as Cathartic. Occurrence. Yeah. So yeah, and that a lot of these urban legends Kinda just stemmed from people just having so much anxiety about the world in the world's problems. Yeah. Yeah. He has stated quote is it possible that someone maliciously passes out treats with the intent of harming children at random of course but this raises the question why they're usually aren't multiple reports from the same area effectively saying that the urban legend is just that nothing more than a hoax or scary story to tell her on time we're anxieties already
France holds defiant rallies after murder of teacher
"Have been held across France in remembrance of the Parisian Schoolteacher Samuel Patty Mr. Patty was beheaded on Friday after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The crime has shocked the country a little earlier. I asked our Paris correspondent Tom just watson about the mood in the French capital. Ask. was the sound of thousands of people gathered in Paris's plus the levick public on Sunday paying tribute to the teachers. Some you patty who was killed two days earlier. While his beheading has shocked this country and demonstrations have been held far beyond the Paris area including the cities of Baldo Leon Marseille, and to lose amongst other places. Patty was killed near the school way worked Asaba about three kilometers north of the French capital and it's understood the motive for his killing was that he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Caricatures published by the weekly Shali Abdul back in two thousand fifteen and that triggered deadly attacks on the satirical newspapers headquarters. At the time those characters were then republished by Shali Abdul to coincide with the trial of the accomplices in that two thousand, fifteen attack. This is in fact, the second terror related incident since that trial began because last month a man armed with meat cleaver tried to storm. What he thought was still Shalhoub does headquarters in Paris and two injured two people in what was a botched attack. President, Emmanuel. macron has immediately condemned the killing of some party and he went on to describe this shocking act of violence as and I quote an Islamist terrorist attack. assassinate. Only. One of our citizens was murdered today because he was teaching at is teaching students about freedom of expression, the liberty to believe and not believe. Local booklet. Dealer Schmaltz compatriot was flagrantly attacked. He was a victim of an Islamist terrorist attack than that. Don't always. What more do we know about the alleged assailant? Will the police shot and killed in eighteen year old man believed to be the Ataka in a town close to the scene of Friday's beheading it's understood that the suspected killer was a refugee from Chechnya who'd only been France for a few months. We authorities say that the MOM was not previously known to the meaning that he wasn't on a terror watch list. Although he is believed to have a relative who is a member of the Islamic state group in. Syria. Will, a French anti-terror team has launched an investigation on a number of arrests have already been made amongst those arrested the suspects, parents and his brother. So as that investigation continues, no doubt more details will emerge about who this eighteen year old walls and whether or not he acted alone. I'm what about the motive Tom. Tell us more about what happened prior to Samuel parties horrific killing will before he himself was killed by the police the suspected attack posted a photograph of his gruesome crime on social. Media. With the photograph he wrote the caption, I have executed one of the dogs hell who dead to put Mahama down. What is understood that earlier on this month, the forty seven year, old history and geography teacher. Samuel Patty had held a discussion with his pupils about freedom of speech and the issue of the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed had been shown in the context of that discussion. However, it should be pointed out that Patty told pupils who might be offended by the caricatures that he was about to should them to them and he said they could leave the room if they wanted to. But nevertheless, all of this prompted complaints from some of the parents of Muslim children in that class and as the issue drew more and more attention, the schools thought had receiving threatening phone calls and the father of one particular schoolgirl is reported to launched an appeal on line calling for action to be taken against similar petty. We'll all the while these school offered its full support, the teacher and tried to engage in dialogue with the parents who complained. And then on Friday this eighteen year old attack came to the school asking the people to point out the teacher in question which they did, and he then killed him. So. Does been shocking sequence of events has been disbelief at the barbarism of this crime, and the fact that someone should have been beheaded for raising the issue of freedom of expression, which is such a core tenet of what it means to be. French that was our correspondent in Paris Tom Burgess Watson speaking to me a little. Elia,
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
Event Horizon - Horror Movie
"We thought we'd take a horror movie and look at the Science and technology in that movie as well. Just kind of discuss what that horror movie is all about sort of the same way we did Independence Day back for the fourth of July. Now. There aren't that many horror movies that we could think of that have a heavy tech angle. There are some and there are plenty and we also we wanted to do something that isn't. As completely offensive as it could be it it's the movie that we is rated R. and I think both of us enjoy. For from kind of tongue in cheek way sometimes. Yeah. I. Genuinely Enjoy this film, but it is not what I would call a good movie is event horizon yes. It is a space movie. It's movie set and space. It's all about space Let's go ahead and give you an overview of what the basic plot is keys. You haven't seen it right? Although I will say that the this this discussion is going to involve lots of spoilers and We do enjoy this movie I want you to see it and to not be spoiled when you go into it. So if you have not ever seen the film and you were of an appropriate agent constitution to watch the thing with with kind of gory violent and mild nudity. Occasional cursing then maybe maybe just turn this podcast off and wait until you can watch the movie right now I will say since the film came out in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven, all bets are off so he ran go basic plot. All right. You've got to ship it's called the event horizon and it's supposedly a research ship that's meant to explore the further reaches of our solar system and on its maiden voyage. said. Just beyond Neptune. Now that happens in the year twenty, forty, seven years later a research. Rescue ship rather is sent out with a particular engineer scientist who had worked on the event horizons. Propulsion system actually designed to the entire ship Yup. So he's he's going along with them. They don't know what their mission is when they first leave, but they are to go out to Neptune and try and find the origin of a mysterious transmission that apparently came from. And rescue the ship and the crew if at all possible right. So they go out there and bad stuff happens the all. First of all, it turns out that the event horizons secret propulsion system is something that is called a gravity drive in the movie and the ideas that it kind of A. With space right? It creates black hole. Essentially, we'll get into that a little bit more later on. Yeah. Well, that's. We'll we'll discuss the entire black hole thing at link because it's interesting. It's what's really interesting is how much of the science the movie at least attempted to get, right? Yeah. Yeah. I I want to give it a lot of Kudos I do think that it really tried Goldstar you try. It didn't just use black hole as some sort of magic magic place home it. Right they tried to find a way of explaining this and there is some scientific basis for some of the stuff they talk about anyway because it's a horror movie when it tried to create this whole in space time to travel through instead it acted only ended up in a hell dimension. The identity bunch of hell back with it, and so there's is haunted. Trip is haunted by Hill and or is hell itself could actually clear possess town. It's a little weird. Yeah. So the idea being that that when the gravity drive is is Activated, the ship travels through a dimension in this case, a hellish dimension of pure chaos and evil as what intersect quote. Yeah, and and that yeah, it brings something back and the crew is deader than dead Super Dad. Yeah they are so dead. You see lots of really really dead people and and then the rest mission comes aboard and tries to do what? They're supposed to do and then hilarity ensues we won't Spoil Everything But essentially obviously, you have to dismantle the rescue ship or else they just leave. So that gets of then you have to separate out the crew members for various reasons have terrible things happen to them, and all this happens at great Gore and and detail, and it's entertaining. It's not. About Shakespeare but it's fun.
Political Ad Nauseam
"As much as campaigns want to keep spending secret federal law actually requires TV stations around the country to disclose all the political ads, the campaigns by and those TV ads account for something in the ballpark of sixty percent of campaign ads. Spending a lot of the rest is stuff like Google and facebook ads at those companies actually don't have to disclose as much information about the ads. So today we're going to focus on. TV. Spending the majority of the spending. So think of the United States as a giant game board to campaigns walk around the board they put some of their ad money down this part. Of the country a little bit more over here, and the way they put that money down tells us what places they think are most important for winning the election. If you're looking just at the state level, the bronze medal goes to Wisconsin Sixty, four, million dollars, worth of TV ads they're not surprising. Wisconsin was one of those states that trump flipped from the democratic column back in Two Thousand Sixteen Silver Medal Pennsylvania with one hundred, seven, million dollars worth of TV ads also not surprising Purple State with twenty electoral votes and in first place with one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars America's favorite election meltdown waiting. Oh Florida, my beloved Florida. Now, this is just are beginning calculation. We're going to dig in more, but there are lessons to learn just looking at the big picture the big campaign game board. Yes. So so take Florida this is not a monolithic place. You're going to have super republican areas like the panhandle and then big democratic areas around places like Miami and you might imagine that the most. Cost effective thing is for the Republicans to completely pull out of the democratic strongholds and vice versa. But in fact, neither political party is doing that the whole state is getting bombarded with ads from both sides Daniel. Butterfield. From the Super PAC PRIORITIES USA she says it can start to turn into something like an arms race. So when you see your opponent spending money in a market, it really raises The question of should I be spending money there to to keep up area competitive and if you want to understand why political spending just keeps going up, it's at least partly because of his arms race if your opponents bins more in, Tampa you have to spend more in Tampa which in turn makes the cost of ads in. Tampa that much more expensive. Next thing you know you blue one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars in Florida. Danielle says, the arms race thing is not just irrational fear. There's a real electoral cost to waving the white flag in a particular area. If you're in an ad market and your opponent clears out, that is great news for you. You have the airwaves to yourself. Your advertising goes a lot further in terms of impact than if you have to opponents that are. Driving opposite messages is there like a particular tipping point to that that sort of campaign folks like you gotTa. Spend the twenty percent otherwise. Like what counts as as not being drowned out. Good? Yeah. There is actually a lot of areas some data behind like what is the particular percentage that is required? It's I'd say that's probably more of a secret sauce that I wouldn't necessarily WanNa name on this podcast for you know that numbers, you're just tell me. I I. Know. Roughly what percentage I think is useful is, is it twenty three percent? You got it. But okay. So fine lots of money being spent in Florida but this is not a very specific answer to our question who is the most expensive voter we want to be more granular, which is why we got her hands on a more precise data set. Thank you advertising analytics. This data set is GonNa let zoom in on every single television market in the entire country. So for example, we know that forty million dollars has been spent in the Orlando Daytona. Beach Melbourne market. Compare that to the grand rapids, Kalamazoo Battle Creek Michigan market where it's twelve million dollars and sure there's more people in Orlando but still, how are the campaigns arriving at exactly forty million and exactly twelve million to help answer that we brought in some help Michael Beach. CEO. Crushing Media Michael Runs an advertising analytics company now, but he has worked in the past for the presidential campaigns of George W Bush John McCain Mitt Romney, and the reason we wanted to talk to Michael is his whole job. is to figure out where companies or sometimes political campaigns should place millions of dollars. Worth of ads Michael has all this fancy proprietary software. If you're an advertiser, he can tell you whether you should be focusing your ads on like Republicans, with Minivans are Democrats ride motorcycles or neither. He's got all these different attributes in his computer thousands of attributes for. Anything from certain partisanship to likelihood to buy a Ford truck into those do those specific categories correlate. Yes and no it like it's pretty geographic if you're looking at northeast, Ohio or you're you know. You're in Alabama in the Senate race. that. Wouldn't be a probably a good signal. Reich is like. As owner everyone drive structure. Now, the reason we went to Michael is because we thought it might be interesting to look at how many dollars were being spent on any given swing voter swing voters in theory are people who might be influenced by a political ad. The problem is it is very hard to pin down exactly how many of these people are out there but Michael Software can at least take a stab at it what is GonNa do is go through all these data sets to first identify how many likely voters there are in a particular TV market and then identify which of those has even the tiniest probability of changing their vote and a lot of this calculation is just sifting out the diehards. If you are somebody who voted in the last five, Democratic primaries were every year you donate to the R. N. C. You are out. But maybe your party affiliation switched a couple of times. Maybe you're a first time voter that may put you in this bucket the basically using generic party model and generic it's party not not candidate. Driven in other words, we're estimating voters chances to swing between Democrat and Republican as opposed to trump and biden specifically. But there's still does give us a way to compare across TV markets and when you re ranked the country based on dollars spent per swing voter the markets are not in Florida. In fact, the top five ad markets are all in Pennsylvania and number one on that list where campaigns are spending around ninety dollars per likely swing voter. Is My home television market the region in western Pennsylvania in and around Erie Pennsylvania. Okay. So Kenny you grew up there like what is it? What is the what are we talking about just to be clear I grew up in Meadville which is south of Erie, but it's in the market and like yeah, this is a region with a lot of manufacturing jobs these jobs have been leaving. It's predominantly white its having the. Same kind of brain drain problem that a lot of the other parts of the so-called rust belt are having. But look like I don't know anything about who a potential swing voter would be in the Erie television market. This is why we have Michael's fancy software. It can help us understand who that is. What can we know about the Eerie Market area? How does it compare to the rest of the country? Like who's there? It opened up my magic machine here. Michael Punches Eerie plugs in a few numbers so it's running. Then he opens up a tab that lets us compare the Erie population as a whole to just the likely swing voters. So now I look at in. Eerie. For instance, the average adult is fifty three years old if you just take the whole population in the market. Target, audience if you said. swing likely to turn out is forty seven other words. Michael's machine is telling us that the average swing voter is is six years younger than the average, their forty, seven years old, and the other incredible thing about Michael's machine is that it's also able to spit out this whole media plan for how to reach those people. The machine can name the single TV show watched by the most swing voters. Each week that show in the Eerie area is the OT on Fox football shows or wrap up of the day's games. That'd be fair. that is one of the most watched shows in the entire country. But the numbers do show that in terms of efficiency like sports would be a pretty good way to get your ad in front of a decent chunk of swing voters in Erie Pennsylvania Espn you can reach sixty percent on eerie and a week. Again, this target in this market if the secret to understanding what the campaigns are thinking is to learn where the most money is being spent per swing voter. That place
How to Be a Better You
"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Chance. My guest today is Brandt menswear. He's an inspirational Speaker Award winning musician and author of a book. We're going to talk about today called black sheep unleash the extraordinary. Awe Inspiring undiscovered you. So Brandt welcome to the show. Thanks John Great to be back. I have to tell you missed a huge huge opportunity in the title I know what? You're going to see a work on the you're. GonNa say I should have said you with an e w well. Inspiring. would be amazing. In fact, I only your L. now if you want, I got it today. I love it. I thought about it and I'm like. Laugh me just straight out of the conference center if I come here with the how she how much she pun can somebody. You know another thing I thought as I was reading your your bio award winning musician I wonder how many? Of these speakers authors our. Music, I mean you did it professionally but music oriented or songwriters or I bet you, it's I. We were talked before I started recording I was talking to Henry he's actually songwriter and he said in his in his comments. He said, you know the older I get the less I need to know and I was like. country. Song right there. True. I'll tell you it was the hardest honestly the hardest shift. For me was was moving from writing songs to writing books because when you're writing songs. You know if you've got ten words in can say it in five you say in five and with a book, it's like if you can say intense say in twelve and make it make it a little more descriptive. It was top out for me. Yeah. So. Let's get right to the hardest part I. Think about this book is the you claim we've been lied to about purpose. I believe that the biggest lie we've been told about purpose is that it's something we find in. So many of us have spent decades. On this Indiana Jones like quest searching for our crystal skull and purpose and. It just is not true purposes. Something we choose and the question is, how do you make the right choice? and. That's really what this book is about. It helps you get started by choosing purpose in alignment with the things that matter most to you. Does away put more responsibility or accountability on. US. Like can't find my purpose I don't know what I'm supposed to do in life. That's like you gate on that for a few years ago. Yes. Idea that if I have to accept it I get to choose it will then on not. In the net SORTA harder. Well I mean you know at least in my experience, it's a fraction of a fraction of a percentage of people who have done the work to discover what they're non negotiable czar and can tell me what their lives purposes in one or two sink sentences and so. because. Of that, I'm very busy man. Thank God but but the truth is most of us are weighing it and and we've been successful winging yet. So why would we want to actually do some really hard work to see what's possible when we're comfortable where we are? Well and I would suggest by the way I I made a note here that I I loved your explaining of where the term winging. Comes from I was not familiar with that people waiting in the wings you know getting their lines actually to sub for somebody. In the wings. That make sense That's exactly right and that's how we've sort of adopted our lives. Now it's like I'm just GONNA I'M GONNA sit over here in the wings and when something's thrown at me I'll do the best I can in the moment but we don't actually learn our part well enough to not be looking at the words but what if it seems like we are I mean like you know I don't think people go yeah I'm just GonNa wing it for a while I, mean I think The. Best. I can you know I'm getting along here this seems like a good place to be right now I mean. How do you I mean where do you get the leverage then decided? Started I'm going to change I'm being intentional John. The way that I try to describe it, the people is being intentional is putting a destination in your gps that's being intentional. But knowing every turn, you're going to make between here and reaching your destination while that's acting with liberty intention, and there is a monumental difference between those two things. Can come back to that. But first I want you to explain to me why black sheep Obviously the title in you're talking about these being your core values there's a lot of negative associate with black sheep so Help me reconcile young couple hundred years worth of demonization why not put that in the tide I was forty seven years old when somebody finally explained to me the actual reason why black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock by farmers and when I found out the truth I was so incredibly shocked that I had I have lived forty seven years without knowing this that it led me sort of down this path which led to the book, and so the reason that black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock is because of black sheep's wool cannot be died. So in effect, every black sheep is on hundred percent authentically original and when I heard that I'm like that's that's my whole life goal is to just be the hundred percent authentic original that I was I was created to be and so when I when I sort of started to to think about it I said you know we actually all have the. Surf, five or six. Deeply held personal core values that have been developed over the course of our lives that outside of a catastrophic event in your life, they rarely change. They are like that black sheep's wool. They are the things that no matter how much someone wants to try to twist you change you. You simply will not be moved in and that sort of the premise of discovering your flock of five black sheep values.
Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other
"What started with a civil exchange devolved into the most chaotic presidential debate in recent memory it went from this Joe Biden offering how you doing man at the start to this would use fitting for an extraordinarily ugly campaign president trump and Biden when added for more than ninety minutes in Cleveland I just I I wanna make sure you are did last night last night first hi talking over each other the worst Erica has ever had let me just say Joe I've done more in in forty seven months I've done more than you've done in forty seven years jail insulting and interrupting each other moderator Chris Wallace finally had enough gentleman is I hate to raise my voice to be a why should I be different than the two of you Sager mag ani Washington
Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other
"President trump and Joe Biden had met in their first debate with each of lashing out in anger and bitter accusations it was the most chaotic presidential debate in recent years keep yapping man the people understand Jenna Schiff a forty seven years you've done nothing the president and democratic challenger exchanged insults as they talked over each other with the president interrupting so much the Biden at one point told him to shut up and twice called him a clown they clashed over the virus pandemic he does not have a plan you could never have done the job that we did the president trails in the polls five weeks before the election but made his pitch for another term there has never been an administration that's done what I've done drawing a laugh from bite everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to call out as lies everybody knows he's a liar Sager mag ani Washington
Trump accepts GOP nomination, hammers Biden
"As he accepted the Republican nomination president trump's that America's future is bright but only if he gets another four years in office the president says he spent the last three and a half years cleaning up the mess Joe Biden made forty seven years he is the destroyer of America's jobs and if given the chance you will be the destroyer of American greatness describing himself as the last protectorate American way of life under siege from radical Democrats speaking on the south lawn with the White House as a political backdrop the president said he will protect American workers and the lights defending law enforcement amid more racial unrest after police shootings Sager mag ani Washington
"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The third and forty seven year old Michael eaves are found dead in the thirty six hundred block of reading road early Friday morning later that day police found thirty five year old Taza Mason and pretty sexual Bridget Carter dead after being shot in a north Avondale apartment miles would be arrested early Sunday morning in interviews with detectives prosecutors say that miles said he was in was the on again off again boyfriend of masons she and Carter were said to be looking at pictures of men on Facebook which provoked him as he allegedly shoppable to death on that same day prosecutors say miles decided to get revenge on a man who had beaten him up in the past two weeks so he allegedly shot and killed not saying if it was Boeing or eaves and miles said told detectives that he killed the other guy the other man to leave no witnesses the latest numbers from the Ohio department of health shows that two hundred seventy four people have died so far from the coronavirus in the state with total cases just shy of seven thousand nursing homes are an area of concern for Ohio during the pandemic which is led governor Mike to want to issue a new order I've asked doctor act to issue an order today that will require long term care facilities to notify residents and families within twenty four hours if a resident or if a staff member becomes infected dozens of also been on the radar of state leaders an inmate at the Pickaway correctional institution died over the weekend becoming the first to die behind bars from cover nineteen corrections officials say he had been suffering from a chronic illness the Ohio National Guard has been called in to assist the medical staff at the prison in Pickaway governor Andy Beshear responded to a question about police officers taking down license plate numbers of those who attended mass gatherings over Easter weekend including those church services who will now be ordered to quarantine for fourteen days to prevent further spread of the coronavirus Bashir says they're just dumb they're not just monitoring churches but all mass gatherings we cited eighteen businesses at least through the labor cabinet nothing we've done has singled out charges whatsoever this in about church I love I love the opportunity that the church has that so many others don't into in virtual and drive in services and all my goodness we had incredible drive in services all around the state the governor announcing eighty seven new cases and seven deaths due to cover nineteen the state now has one hundred four deaths in two thousand forty eight cases in Indiana they are now reporting three hundred fifty tested code nineteen.
"forty seven years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nori back with you along with the star ledger mark learner mark when you to look at horoscopes can you perceive past lives or anything like that a lot there are different planetary energies often astrologers associate a planet like Pluto that's far away traditionally Saturn has always been considered a planet of quote unquote karma so the combination of certain influences in the chart where these plants are place vertically planets like Saturn Pluto what are called the nose of the moon it's the orbit of the moon is the moon's orbit intersects our orbit as we're going around the sun and the news of the moon are very unusual and very powerful so they're often involved with fate and destiny one of the thing though I remember I mentioned before about the moon when I got into a straw G. forty seven years ago I started studying the moon signs vertically of the people close to me family members obviously first best friend things like that and famous people and so what I found was that the moon has so much to do with feelings and emotions and sort of what we feel comfortable with usually inside ourselves and the other thing is I believe that the moon I'm not saying exactly a hundred percent but if you set past lives I believe that the moon kind of represents a pass on site I mean to give you a sort of sense of what's to say somebody's got a Capricorn moon but the centenary so in this life the sun in Aries person would be needing to look for it and you know tap into fiery Aries energy and leadership and being strong willed and so on but they would be doing that based on kind of a past life experience of whatever Capricorn with their moon was just as an example which would be hard work responsibility often taking charge of like families at an early age to be just like wanting to get ahead of things based on an earthy logical common sense thing because Capricorn is an earth science so I think the moon sign has a lot to do with it's kind of like an instinctual energy of who we've been before we carry that forward in this life and therefore the moon sign has a lot to do with with we've.
"forty seven years" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Month again. We only got the age nine with logging in forty seven years ago right cover and the fourteen year when i rob rahul rob across in my house as he was moving in iraq he moved in and i saw him in this family get back in the truck and leave so my buddy joining their rob them and and i ended up taking a stereo with two speakers tremendous fisher with the components yeah warming cassette but then guess what me and popkin raoul became friends and so he came up with you. Go playing your room and then we can. I show for a year how come i can't go to your room. The secret hiding ryan sickle always a pleasure bro. I ladies me on. I love all my heart. <hes> then we do you you know we're here for you and i will definitely be on the honeydew next month before my chicago date. Yeah come on so we talk about nine today yeah yeah and again. We'll both be at the ice house on the dirty. I nearly all the data i got on. There is friday the thirteenth. Wash that pussy and kill your a cat. I'm at the dallas at the majestic peter. I'm there with the guys who shot kennedy. They'll all be doing a gun display showing a shot them from the noli bush where they call the grassy knoll grasping took that tour the noli but they're you know. Why would i take because once you get up in that window. You look out that wendy. You're like there is no no hey get up in the windows on the way you can't even see a tiny chick given the tiny blowjob. They expect you know. The guy was johnny dean you had one is like a look around the world. It's such a setup and the grassy ashley knows soon as you walk into the philadelphia today. It smells like gunpowder and blood fucking people running for their lives. It's a fucking nightmare like like i said the thirteenth at the lincoln at the majestic theater in dallas and this seven thirty eight thirty one with my man my my main man man over in the big room sekula and then on the twenty seventh of september. I'm at the chicago tita with fuck and dean del ray. It just added k. quickly. She's got twenty pounds a little pussy. I'm not thank pussies too. Skinny chicago chicago women have big bucket snatches his. I'm going to show up with kate with chin help push. It has like little devils shit at she wears those bikinis. Only there's no lump and then i wanna see that crab cake. You not talk about that law. Where are you going to stay at not dan tana's but the other places they put the lump crab mixed with the thing she's gonna get a pussy serta don yeah what is the place <hes> ruth's chris yeah they got. They got <hes> lesbian pants or ready missile toes. What do you call. Those camel toes already in place for you. Call those things and now for a word from moss classes. Let me talk to you savages about something all right. This is important as could be internet. Privacy is dead as we know oh it that is why i use express v._p._n. Express v._p._n. Runs the background of runs in the background background of your computer or your phone and then let you use the internet just like you normally. Would you download the app. You clicked the connect and viola. You're protected that easy. It's.
"forty seven years" Discussed on Invention
"The question on the show what came before the invention what what changed when this invention mentioned came on the scene <hes> and what became before widespread modern antibiotics was stupendous amounts of death and misery from infectious disease in blood poisoning. I I was wondering like is it even possible to to get stats on what the world of infectious disease looked like before we had antibiotics around the Mid Twentieth Century Yeah I mean to a certain extent. A lot of the suffering is just incalculable. <hes> you know especially if you go back and sort of consider all of human history up to that point in the various factors that that influenced infectious disease and injury you know the the eventually the rise of germ theory but also this things like that the rise of cities and so forth but but luckily yeah since it was such a reason invention we have some pretty incredible stats on the matter. Suddenly thanks to this new miracle drug diseases that simply ravaged the global population like syphilis could be cured the shadow of lethal lethem infection no longer hung at least as heavily over every scrape injury and war wound and with wounds were often talking about sepsis which is a term that was used a by hippocrates back in the fourth century B._C.. Meaning blood rod or blood poisoning and he was referring more in generally. I think to decay but the term came to be applied to blood poisoning which arises when the body's response to infection causes causes injury to its own tissue and organs but just prior to the twentieth century infectious diseases accounted for high morbidity and mortality rates around the world even in the industrialized world according to w. a. g. in the treasure called antibiotics from two thousand sixteen. The average life life expectancy at birth was forty seven years forty six forty eight years for men and women respectively and this was due to the dangers of smallpox cholera diptheria pneumonia typhoid fever plague tuberculosis closest typhus syphilis and host of other ailments that could afflict you and then during the antibiotic era <hes> they follow again a rising in the middle of the twentieth century. The leading cause of death in the United States change from communicable diseases uses to noncommunicable diseases like cardio cardiovascular disease cancer and stroke and the average life expectancy at birth rose to seventy eight point eight years so the elderly were no longer a mere four percent of the population violation but grow to become a whopping thirteen percent of the population so we're talking about profound changes demographics based on this new this new invention yeah the change is huge..
"forty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Office says forty seven year old Anthony Lopes pleaded guilty to multiple charges in Fall River superior court this week he broke into the s burrito. Sancho rectory in Fall River back in July twenty seventeen police say he stole a TV and other electronic items these items were found at his apartment and Fall River. Police say he is a career criminal a federal judge rules at thousands of additional migrant families that were separated by the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy should be part of an ongoing class action lawsuit US district judge Dana Sambre has already ordered the administration to reunite more than twenty eight hundred migrant children who were separated from their parents as of June twenty six twenty eighteen the judge writes that he chose that day because there was no reason to believe the government had been systematically, separating families on mass before them media reports Annan inspector general report, they both. Both revealed that the administration had an undisclosed family separation pilot program in place starting in July of twenty seventeen. They New Hampshire man whose girlfriend was killed as a two of them were driving away from a Manchester nightclub appears in court. Jeremy Winslow was arraigned on drug and motor vehicle charges. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports the judge order Winslow held on ten thousand dollars. Bail appearing by video Jeremy Winslow put his head down and cried when his attorney brought up the night as girlfriend Tanya hall was shot in the back as the two drove away from a club. After some kind of confrontation with a group inside Winslow has a lengthy criminal background defense. Attorney Mark Osborne. Argued for personal recognizance for his client on new charges of cocaine possession and driving with a suspended license. Osborne. Told the judge Winslow is a victim in all this. I can't overlook the fact nor should anybody else that my client was fired upon as he drove away. What does that make him? But if the state argued for ten thousand dollars. Cash bail citing outstanding warrants for Winslow in three states. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Austin's NewsRadio me. Thank you. Health. Officials are warning people that the flu season is not over CBS as Maria. Medina has more details centers for disease control and prevention reports, a nastier flu strain is spreading across the US late in the season last week about sixty percent of the flu virus samples tested came back h three unto strain that causes more hospitalizations and deaths doing as much as I could like making sure I've seen vitamins Denise is doctor told her she likely got a mild case of the virus because she got a flu shot. But the teacher says she knows a stronger strain is going around some of my students were out like the whole week because.
"forty seven years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"He's facing forty seven years to life in prison, and he stitching right now when people are saying at first is foul that he's stationed in some details. Came out allegedly they stole millions from his crew allegedly. They are slept. What is baby mother allegedly? They kidnapped him and robbed him allegedly plotted his death. So now hearing all that if you were Takashi six nine would you snitch let's start off with you. I mean, first of all I wouldn't be in that situation because I wouldn't be running around like that. Of course, things that he did. But yes, I would. I'm not a criminal. So I don't do things. I don't try to plan on getting people killed or shot or anything like that. So I wouldn't be rare. But if I was I'm not no street person to keep it real. No doubt. The whole thing. Like, you know, I hate you. You hate me. I'm supposed to hold it down for you never be seven years in all these things that you allegedly did you stole from me knocked off my baby mom you kidnapped me. And all that. And to still hold you down and take the street code to the debt. No way. Yeah. It's on amongst these. All right. So you knew who these people were before you decided to ride with them Takashi, and I don't expect to cost you to stick to the cold because he wasn't built from Nicole. And it's been real last Greek guys who have snits so why wouldn't Takashi six nine. They shouldn't have expected him to stick to that code. You know, I don't know. Because one thing I think the taken into consideration is the impact is going to have on people around him when you snitch he's sending a lot of people to prison, and what we feel to realize about those people sending the prison if they also have people too. So now, you put your whole family endanger Takashi six nine because you wanna play. And this is what happens when you play. We've been telling you some change that you would either end up here are dead. And it's a good chance. You still may end up dead. What you're doing currently right now. But obviously, it seemed like he doesn't care about his baby mamas. So the only thing it seemed like he care about his his mom's I think. And I guess he's like look as long as my mom's. Good. I don't know. He can't hide there's no witness protection. When a big six nine on your forehead. You could get that tattoo removed, by the way, he may not make it out of prison. That's the other thing is the reason that they have him away from all other inmates himself right now because they know that he'd been informing they don't like. Say if you worked with Takashi, and you knew like, he's not really the street. Do they shouldn't have included him in a lot of those activities. They should've just let him be artists because I feel like they should have known when it came down to anything. He was allegedly funding. It this is just a sad of the two-part man to ran with the blood two years two years with the blessed to ended up getting into a fight in the lobby was from cribs. And now look. You know what I'm saying? Oh, man, y'all. Like, you'll just be yourself the day blast. Good morning, sir. Now. What would you do? Good morning. The third. What would you do? Would you snitch? You'll be cool. We're doing forty seven years in prison. He's a nice niche. You grow on you on you on phone saying stuff. So you're going to go to jail. He's definitely going to do the forty seven years. Actually, forty seven years in the minimum minimum forty seven years. Life. Of course, we won't tell. What happened to the person that shot you? They got they. The real. Hills. The people down. On them. New york. Speech. Understand what you're saying. You feel me every two cents junior junior. Would you snitch? Nice base. Imagine based on raised daylight while strong. Will you snitch stages? So maybe runaway gay and everything going the wrong way. Take that fall. Junior USC for forty seven years more. Maybe life. Forty seven is the minimum, buddy. Did you say? You got in that. I am not gained gay. You didn't know that? You didn't know that fifty DJ drum. Troll to manage. I'm not mad at for NAS Mitch in. But I don't I don't believe in you. Situation. Eight hundred five eight five one zero five when we're talking Takashi if you was in his situation, would you snitch call us up now with the breakfast club. Good morning..
"forty seven years" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Hello. And I said I'm here. Man, I take a selfie outside the gate on hold on. So somebody came out and was already person. I said I'm not allowed to take photograph outside the gate because being lifelong this net forty seven years ago. And he said what company you from? I said no not from a company. He said, okay. You can take it. Because it's you know, it's a public area, you know, jurisdiction over this. So thanks for all skiing. So I did I posted it with a copy of this letter on Twitter and twenty four eight I kid, you not got a direct reply. From a lady has undid me. I just crinkled up four to seventy later. It was an unbelievable moment for me. That's amazing. When he came out. He was like did you did you talk to our bre did she see the movie, and I'm like? And they ask her she saw her moving casually call I don't call her like, you know. All right. Well, she's watching this. I'm sure and she will call you we I'm Barbara will call you. We'll get you get her in touch with you can't you drink and then don't drive. Oh, gosh. It's true. What I love about this next services that I don't have to worry about you drinking and driving ever have to. I absolutely love Uber and they make getting around town easier than ever before. And now Uber is introducing a new rewards program. The helps keep modern life going. We all know how mazing Burs it reduces the stress of traveling makes it easier to run errands,.
"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our final segment here with Joe McQuillan as we talk about his work. My search for Krista bridge, Joe where do people get the book, by the way? So the book is my search for Christopher on the other side, and it's on Amazon dot com. It's in paperback kindle edition, and they're working on an audible right now. Super that'll be great. Let's take some final calls here for you. Let's go next to berry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hey, bear welco. Hello, George, and Joe, I tell you what George I was gonna say something funny about disease at-at. I'll I'll save it. Another time. A great all to diet, George is gonna go down in history as one of your greatest achievement. And I'm telling you Joe, I could have written your book, and I know where you're coming from voting because my dad, and I had the same connection. You have Christopher except. He was my dad's Masan, right? I've lived forty seven years without him. Live forty seven years with him. Joe? With me all the way, if get married jail is getting out of being to drop the drive. He's. Get out of that car and sleep on the street you have to but don't drive that car. But anyways, thank you so much for the book. I can't wait for the audio book because I'm half blind. But anyway, thanks again, you welcome. Okay. Very very kind of you. Thank you file man comes through with Chris occasionally with mediums, and he said don't worry show. I got the kid. How does your family feel about the Christopher issue the book and all that? Well, you know what? I.
"forty seven years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Forty seven year old George Billy Wagner was arrested in Lexington. Ohio. Attorney general Mike dewine without question. This has been by far the longest most complex and labor intensive investigation. The Ohio attorney general's office has ever undertaken Wagner, his wife and their two adult. Sons now charged a connection to those murders in California the wildfires. Keep growing. File firefighters still wait for the winds to calm down. ABC's? Alec stone on the fire line near Thousand Oaks, California. This is in scope of this fire is like nothing LA county fire chief Daryl laws be his ever seen. He says the response reminds him of what he saw Hurricane Katrina. But that few in their lifetime have seen anything like this around LA. This is the largest fire on record dating back over one hundred years. This fire is now at one hundred fifty square miles bigger than the city of Denver. Alex stone ABC news Thousand Oaks, California across the country in New York City, the trial of Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo getting underway in Brooklyn ABC's. Aaron Katersky says Guzman worked his way to the top he came from humble roots as sort of the Al Capone of the global drug trade because he was able in a hierarchical very mafia-like organization was able to climb the ladder by figuring out. How to get drugs into the United States when certain traditional smuggling routes were were cut off Guzman's trial bringing a lot of extra security to the courthouse. Jurors being held in anonymity for fear that Guzman's network could take them out. Tax payers will likely never know what Indianapolis spent trying to bring Amazon to town the Indianapolis chamber of commerce said it's not going to publicize the incentive package offer Damas on. The announcement comes as the packages from other cities are coming to light Louisville has declined to release the incentive package, they put up for H Q two prompting a lawsuit south Florida city is now the second in the nation with an all gay city commission, the mayor and city commissioners of Wilton manors in Broward County sworn in yesterday. The only straight member of the commission lost his bid for reelection. Last week. The algae btcu organization victory fund says Wilton manors joins Palm Springs, California as the only US cities with all gay city commissions, your next news update coming at six thirty on wheel Clark, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S Kentucky is breaking news, weather and traffic station. Your shot at one.
"forty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mark Rosenthal. You heard him meteorologist for forty seven years. I always say over four decades, but he pinpointed. Pinpointed it. Let's take our next call, and it will be Peter in Jamaica plain, I promised to be right back. Yes. I trusted you. I'm peter. Yes. Hi morgan. Hi, mark. I really great. And I beat you by one year. I worked at MGH partners forty eight years forty eight and a half years. So for decades. Got turn on your weather reports. I often wonder and it goes so smooth. When you provide, you know on TV with the different maps and the different temperatures, the highs the lows and the raiders are you waiting for the prompt? Or is it ad hoc? People don't read from a prompt. Or actually the news people do. Yes, news, people do in these sports people do, but let me tell you something that's a real hard because to be able to read for a prompter that scrolling obviously is a is a is a talent because you have to make it seem like it's very smooth in ad lib. But what we do we have no prompter in terms of verbiage. We have prompted that shows us the maps that are behind us. So we could see a map in front of us on the camera. But when we turn around and point we're pointing to a blamed green screen, so it's it really takes a little bit to get used to of course. But I started doing this in the early seventies. We had real maps when I started with Bob Coppola, nineteen seventy two as I said this program, we had a New England map of the national map that we used to drawn, and when we turned around, and they'll be draw real map. But those days are long gone allow that is really amazing. And you know, you and the other it goes so smooth. I had you know, very seldom does the weather. Meteorologist get stuck or you know, have to go back, but it seems very smooth. And yet it does not sound like you're reading from something. So it's all ad libbed. Correct. Well, we exactly what part of that process. Is that when you're looking at whether you're looking at a couple of things you're looking at where we've been where we are where we're going. So it's a running commentary in your head. So by the time that you get on TV, you're executing a thought process, which is going on in your mind. Of course, there's you're looking at maps and data. You're looking at something. That's feeding you the information the chorus again, it's all subjective. Because we all the same information. But it's how you interpret that data. But then you come up with your story. And then you realize your story allow excellent excellent job, and is really I give a lot of credit to you guys who do meteorology is a lot to it. And I get it runs so smoothly and. And I think everybody's input on the weather. And again, thank you for doing a job. And I often I get it. Never sounds like you're reading it. I think how well coordinated because, you know, the screens change, you do we know within two or three minutes, you might have twenty or thirty different like, call them screen, but you know, you show the math. We had twenty or thirty. But there's certainly a several different maps. And you know, some of that's good some of that's bad. Because with the advent of the computer, you can certainly produce and show more information it might be overkill it might be over killed. You know, I think the days we only had two mass in your telling your story, but maybe something in the in in the middle might be more appropriate. All right. Well, thank you again for your service. And I really appreciate it and keep up the excellent work. Thank you for the call. Thank you. Jerry weekend. Yes, you too. Thank you vehicles. Peter. And here comes we in the car. We good morning. Hey, first of all my and mortga love got man. I got I love just okay. I'm a I'm an Asian guy. Vietnamese guy. I'm just wanted to say some department for I asked a question, right. Dr insights, all these. I mean, late seventy and eighty and we I do on a chemical way here. I I call a Princess ball. And we dumb on the chemical to the REBA like the Merrimack river, you know, and every time they start in Boston have to come down and how much would dump to the river, you know. And that was like pasta get forget it and circus, you know, like she making that tall and everything is only grow up, and we ship everything to China and depends everywhere and we used to do like dumb on the air. We call them, you know, like air scrubber, a, you know, we have to put out a good air coming out, and we have to do everything. So what my question is we already Clinton everything I own a technology. We don't have it. And we already. Ship. Always see so. In China all anywhere in Asia, right now, they dumb all kinda stopped in the chemical in the river everything. So is that affect us and who claim on it? All right. That's an interesting question. Are you? Declare his work. Twenty years. Am I to MIT too? He's so he wants to know. Yeah. In a body of water. Does it have an affair? All right one at a time. Right. No good. We you go. First Michael part a mortgage. That's we aren't finished a statement. We go ahead. Yeah. So we already did a job. Okay. We already follow. When everything also guy. We flow everything stabbed. Oh, okay. We have not pin. Yeah. So what happened in the world country? Like that dumb old. You don't really nasty top nasty nasty. I mean. Into. You know chemicals in the body of water. I mean, that's terrible. You know, there has to be a reaction to that. We we we as garlic. That was common sense question. We've learned over or question. We've learned this over a couple of hundred years of irresponsible dumping, and we are trying we as a culture we as a people are trying to be more concerned with what we do with our excess. I'll say residue or garbage. Not enough people are paying attention to that. That's why you see the non calling for so long. It's gotten better. Yeah. Better because people washer because his reaction from people telling us people getting sick and immediate coming in and exposing them, and you can't do that. And that's the point and maybe right and twenty forty one hundred years from now, they won't be any more dumping. I hope. He does something it's almost and I don't mean to put anybody down, but for people that smoke cigarettes, you're making a choice, but you're making a choice, knowing all the hazards versus buck. When I was a kid a nineteen sixty eight and that was smoking cigarettes was bad enough. And we knew the bare minimum, but we are still taking a risk now. You fast forward to two thousand eighteen if you smoke cigarettes, you know, you're you're you're taking risks with being much more informative and even the new cigarettes the vape cigarettes. They are not. Eliminating the nicotine that goes into your body. Well, that's the element. So you know, I hate to say this. But when you put lipstick on a pig. It's still a pig right here here. Let me tell you could camouflage stance again, I'm gonna take my news break, but you want to call in and join in the discussion on this. We welcome you. And we'll go to Gloucester when I come back from the commercials with Rama Rama be patient. Do not hang up you've been putting Q. So you will be next if you their time and temperature here in BC, twelve forty four fifty nine degrees..
"forty seven years" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Star hanging their fifteen minutes from now not eight nine seven three you want to get out of some sunshine have some vitamin d you hang in there too i know it's been a lottery a lottery wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday look at the forecast i see sunshine in the skies icy sixty five to seven degrees on the way as we head into the weekend so just planned for that hanging there today and tomorrow with us mortgage you hope today coming up bottom of the hour rachel stub i will find out dingdong what's ringing her bell a little bit later alternative ronald what are we talking about here on a monday forty seven years ago today someone took out a billboard that said will the last person leaving seattle turn out the light some thoughts on that doubt harsh thought that the whole watched hill that really have forty seven years theory oh boy seven years wow that makes me feel young because i was three there's not too many things that happen anymore you can go okay i wasn't born yet arrive is three a lot of times you'll hear something that happened long time ago and you're like oh crap i was thirty seven then right anyway hey coming up here too few short minutes we were just talking about the google story right and this was the right to be forgotten like it's it's now law in the uk where you can petition search engines to take you have embarrassing details that they should be removed from the internet that is not the law in the united states yet and we're going to talk a little bit about some of those number of years ago when my son was born he just turned eight someone wrote something about him it really doesn't bother me personally but i know it will bother him someday and i'd love for it to be taken down but it doesn't look like it ever will be so i'm not sure that story with you coming up here in a couple of minutes to get your thoughts at ninety nine seven three staffing this year and you did something that.
"forty seven years" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The da's can bring a factor prosecutions so in two thousand fourteen we entered into a partnership with the new york city police department right so for one hundred and forty seven years robert for a hundred forty seven years we enforce cruelty one way we had a team of agents who were empowered and they responded to abuse cases we thought wait a second this is one hundred four forty seven year old strategy surely there's a better way to do this we approached michelle ray kelly he thought it was a good idea and we began this partnership commissioner bratton embraced it and so commissioner on neil we have seen a triple digit increase in the number of arrests at triple digit increase in the number of animals being helped by our animal hospital and that's where these forensic veterinarians come in i've had detectives comment to me that the veterinary reports that they get from our guys are better than the reports they get from the medical examiner's office in new york city says robert reese on the ceo's forum where we speak with the ceos who have reinvented the fabric of america we're here today with matt burke shattenkirk who is the ceo of aspca and we just heard about a tremendous new concept to leverage and pay it forward and really remove cruelty throughout all of america if someone wants to get involved what is the website they would go to they would go to aspca dot org and we brought we probably could have figured that out we've about one minute left you're about to say so the the the one thing i'd like to speak to i like to share and some of the way we've experienced great growth at the aspca is by achieving philosophical alignment strategic alignment and creating a culture that drives success and bolivar's on the promises we've made both to our staff and andrew are different constituents both our donors and the people who utilize our services says robert greece on the ceo form we're speaking with the ceo of aspca when we come back we're going to hear about your leadership philosophy in expanding the.
"forty seven years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"News dot com but it was this time to just enjoy lifelock but do some more things i spent more time with my one and only wife who i was told this is not notions you can't take it back it's one shot go the first thought right ramon twelve forty seven years in broadcasting congratulations on that her a thankyou while still doing it yeah just not quite the ridiculous pace i was i'm actually enjoy it everybody's to slow down a little bit you know uh and i've i love the cake that they made for ya that they got forty and a herb for people who don't know her as a as a as a a pretty fantastic mustache that has been with me since syracuse university so since i was eighteen years old if you want to take a look at it's all my website consumer manda combination abia going off the old best wishes cake with a strict ketogenic chocolate brown must bagshaw his right everybody for the station that's all they want i want the most that everybody wanted the mustache yeah that's fantastic well i mean we always uh uh we always put a linkup on our facebook page to europe's here uh consumer man and that you'd there's your picture with the fantastic mustache there every month every once in a while i have immersive true story and i will wake up in a cold sweat and i've i dreamed that i i trump that i had mistakenly shaven off half onceawesome us that oh no and i was going to work with just one side on i wake up in a jump out of my book the colts what it's like no i didn't do that you'll right to the mirror sites in there yeah exactly all right hang on okay you got it all right herb weisbaum joins us once a month he is our consumer guy and a good friend of the show he rods that covers a consumer be for nbc news dot com we've got some consumer stories that the herb wants to talk about plus we have you know if you have questions or concerns about scams or consumer issues text or call us right now and we'll take those calls three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred.
"forty seven years" Discussed on WJR 760
"I think forty seven years of age of a aneurysm new york aneurysm and um uh at his funeral in the church they played charlie brown bounce while on but you you just you know you'd think about you go back and in other so much uh you know there's you'd think about your like wild you know there's so much music that i know there's so much music that i don't know and i am an asset there and you get older and you can break down the vince corral the trio you're going down the road and think about it is just the other day driving down into because it had come on an unpleasant i'm like this is just now it's a new sound system in my new vehicle and i had adjusted everything perfect in it rushed a couple of days before right but i just i just turned it up i blasted on like this is just fantastic and i'm so glad that i grew up in the age that i grew up in where we listen to all forms of music i really railing on radio before they started uh you know really separating it you know the whole top forty thing back an hour yes was i mean you might here uh the the oath jays the bee gees alabama uh you know i mean if they gain of the 'cause they they started calling it crossover but i mean there were there were it would be it was arnn be there was rock uh uh there was the i guess soft rock or countries sounding rock you know kinda thing while i'll let it was there i'm i'm i'm thinking you know this station as i grew up listening to and you would be johnny cash rather the who uh up free creedence clearwater revival the.
"forty seven years" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"Was forty seven years old so you know you know he was like i'm not going to jail because that's not some that's not a 47yearold decision i'm not 47 but i just feel like that's more which when seven year decision maybe even the seventeen year old decision will a 17yearold would just jump in the water but in a winning care if he gets from you would just jump in a 27yearold would say you know what i'm gonna just swim away but when you're forty seven honestly for like of your over thirty and the options are jump in the river and this is a tennessee river i don't really know what that means but i'm just gonna assume that it being in tennessee that the river is the river might be aggressive that that might be that might be maasum shin because i mean like the tennessee memphis isn't in the in the grizzlies play there in the grizzlies a serious so i'm gonna my guess is that this tendency river was also series but a 47yearold i'm not going to speak for seven forty seven yards the speak for myself as someone is over thirty if i had the way the consequences between just pull in over this take him a medicine or just jumping in the river in november i'm just gonna probably just you know we use our maga looks in sharm timothy talk my way out of this ticket for this controlled substance in improper passing and expired tags and the dwi i'm going to say i'm going to say hey you know what officer arm its november and it's no shave november so this long beard i have has been make me feel away so i need a drugs to get through muscle steam issues i'm heaven from this beard and obviously you know a but it's only like november fourth buddy so house uber birt's along was started early in october because among overachieved when it comes in no shave november this is what i'm about the wall he's speaking about this beard we can just move past all other problems.
"forty seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Do you think there's any chance that this will end with an arrest or prosecution i think the responsibility i am i going to give up as one of them thumbs i know she wants summit will be held responsible as much as other you know mcdonough gases i am woman but hundreds of air for the trout a child two two i think it's possible it's is very possible do i think it's it's going to be hard to ask froyo hardest there's no mirror the that undeniably it's a hard task and making the identification was an easy either it took forty seven years for the state police but they solve that mystery their murder investigation on the other hand hasn't gone anywhere they have no suspects in their other issues the evidence from the crime scene is missing there was a restaurant recede and part of a man sweater found at the crime scene it's mentioned in the local paper from 1960 nine but detective howard says they're not in this case file and he's not sure the ever existed right now if you go to the kentucky state police website they've lists of coal cases unsolved murders and harlan county sanji keebler adams is in on it missing evidence missed opportunities all of this is frustrating for karen stakes but she hasn't giving up on trying to piece together her mother story in her own she hoped her adoption papers would hold some answers so she followed for them and sent them to me.
"forty seven years" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"And a half recently assad gentlemen who sells products through valich that's an insurance company his interest is moving my money to the product he sells good glad those bells went off and i also have an ira sitting in a credit union no interest and married for forty seven years but listen to this marquee like this and married forty seven years but my husband refuses to help me or even go with me for even like an extra ear to listen he's always said if he advises me and i lose money he'd feel responsible which is not true but i can't argue with them so where is this person living in florida so we talk to in florida who is a cfp i'll i know who all right i'm going to get back to this person this is actually a great case for somebody to needs financial advice because what is interesting singh about this i think that when you look at your the scope of everything that's happening someone's trying to pitch you something get nervous you do want somebody who is a finish sherry you really do so i would absolutely make sure that you see somebody who is a fiduciary and you see somebody who can help you out and somebody who can really guide you this is i think this is a good thing so i'm gonna follow up separately i know who that person that's the name as escaping me of course but i do know it is you don't remember who it is i am going to i got it got it and then again if a if you have questions about you know anything going on in your financial life and you need a second set of is pleased to give us a holler stephen rights that he's considering an immediate payout annuity to supplement his other income streams he's got a lump sum of five hundred fifty grand from a recent inheritance and the traditional approach would be for me and my wife to be koa new a tense and but if i add our son and the and presuming our son would feed the annuity payment back to his mother for her use and we get a better pay out yet this always happens right because this is based on your life you know what your potential life expectancy is so if you add the sun the networks presuming you.