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  1. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  2. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  3. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  4. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  5. (CBS4)– From her home in Garda, Italy, Shannon Unks, a CU graduate and former Colorado resident, has a harsh warning for Colorado residents: “Don’t do anything- don’t go to the cinemas, stay home, shut it down.” As of Friday afternoon, there were one death and 77 cases of coronavirus in Colorado. (credit: Shannon Unks) Via Skype, Unks told CBS4 she hoped her warning of what is happening in Italy would resonate with U.S. and Colorado residents and prompt them to follow the advice of medical authorities and dramatically change their daily living patterns for the near term. “What you need to do is stay home. Do not look at this two weeks as a vacation. You need to stay home,” urged Unks. She and her family live in the picturesque town of Garda, not far from Verona. But outside of China, Italy is the country hardest hit by COVID-19 with 1,016 deaths and more than 17,000 infections. Garda is “locked down,” said Unks, with residents prohibited from going out unless it is to buy groceries or other essentials like medications. “We’re allowed to go to the grocery store. One person per family. Get in and get out.” She said customers enter the store one at a time and stand about three feet apart while waiting in line. The outbreak has overwhelmed Italian hospitals which don’t have enough beds, equipment or personnel to handle the volume of coronavirus patients. The town square in Garda, Italy (credit: Shannon Unks) “It’s a massive overload,” said Unks. “They have triage tents outside hospitals so if you and I walk in together, they decide: ‘Is Brian going to live or Shannon going to live?’ They pick the one most likely to live. They have to pick the person they think is going to survive the most. They do not have enough beds, respirators, not enough personnel to care for everyone.” So Italians are confined to their homes and Unks said Coloradans need to view what is happening in Italy as a glimpse of what might lie ahead for the U.S. if people don’t curtail their outside activities. “Your healthcare system, as good as it is, is going to be overloaded.” American medical officials have voiced similar concerns- that an influx of coronavirus cases could overwhelm U.S. hospitals and healthcare workers. The line outside the grocery store (credit: Shannon Unks) “Funerals are forbidden,” said Unks. ”Churches are closed and they don’t know where to put the bodies.” She urged Colorado residents to heed the warnings from medical leaders. “Get the essentials and stay home as much as you can. Go ahead and stay home. Don’t go out to movies… bars or have gatherings in your home. Anything that can be put off needs to be put off. What you need to do is do not look at this as a vacation. You need to stay home.” Unks said her husband, who runs a factory, has been allowed to work but will soon be working from home. She said she and her daughter stay home and only leave to walk their dog or buy groceries. She said it is the only way to help prevent the spread of the disease and hopefully avoid having U.S. hospitals overwhelmed as has happened in Italy.
  6. At least two separate altercations – one at a New York City Costco, and another at a Georgia Sam’s Club – broke out this week as more people flock to big box stores to stock up on items as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the U.S. Around 11:45 a.m. at a Costco in Brooklyn, two customers got into a heated argument while standing in line. (REUTERS) In footage reportedly taken on Thursday in Brooklyn, two customers got into a heated argument while standing in line. In the video, a woman can be seen angrily talking to an employee while wearing a face mask. Another customer can be heard “don’t let her touch me with that cart.” 331 people are talking about this The employee intervened, exclaiming to the arguing pair, as well to the rest of those in line, that “as human beings, we’ve got to come together at a time like this.” The Brooklyn incident was just the most recent confrontation caught on video as tensions remain high. 10.2K people are talking about this Also on Thursday, though later in the evening, according to a video uploaded to Twitter, two customers are seen in an all-out brawl in front of what appears to be a refrigerated section. The violent altercation reportedly took place at a Sam’s Club in Hiram, Ga. The video then cuts to a man being taken out on a stretcher with police officers. According to police, the men both grabbed wine bottles and began hitting each other in the store after a previous confrontation resulting from one of the customers hitting the other customer's cart. However, police reportedly were quick to dispel rumors that the altercation was over water, hand sanitizer or other coronavirus-related items people have been stocking up on.
  7. Per instructions we just received on a conference call from DOE, all Bay District non-charter schools will be closed March 16-20 for Spring Break and then March 23-27. During the two-week closure, all schools will undergo additional disinfecting and sanitizing in preparation for the return of students and staff. Bay Base will be open, as previously scheduled, during Spring Break for those families who registered but it will not be open March 23-27 at any location. All extra-curricular activities, including field trips, are cancelled until at least March 27th. All of these plans are subject to change, per the DOE, and we will release more details as we have them. All 12-month employees should report to work as regularly scheduled on March 23rd and await further instructions.
  8. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Publix has announced they will be shifting their hours to better accommodate the battle against COVID-19. In a Facebook post, the grocer and pharmacy said that all stores companywide will be closing at 8 p.m. starting March 14. Publix says the change was done to “better serve customers, give our store teams time to conduct additional preventive sanitation and restock products.” Publix says the change in schedule will last until further notice.
  9. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  10. The gun was fake, but the felony charge filed against a 10-year-old boy was very real. Gavin Carpenter was pretending to be a character in the video game “Fortnite” on July 24, when he spooked a driver by pointing a toy rifle with an orange tip at the man’s truck. The driver slammed on his brakes, causing the tires to screech against the pavement. Then, he began yelling at Gavin and his friend, who had aimed a bright orange Nerf crossbow at the truck. The man followed the bewildered boys, who ran into a grandparent’s nearby home in Colorado Springs. Video captured by a Ring doorbell camera shows the man yelling at an adult who answered the door. “I don’t know what kind of gun it is. It was some kind of gun,” the unnamed driver shouted. “Would you like to watch your mouth, please?” someone said from inside the home. “How about this?” the man continued to yell. “How about I call the [expletive] cops?” Minutes later, El Paso County Sheriff’s deputies handcuffed Gavin, who was 10 years old at the time. Officers escorted Gavin to a booking center, where he was fingerprinted and had a mug shot taken. Then, the boy was charged with a felony for menacing. “I was, at the time, very scared,” Gavin told KXRM. Seven months later, Gavin’s family made the story of his arrest and prosecution public, after successfully expunging the charge from the boy’s criminal record. Gavin’s parents, Chris and Stefanie Carpenter, hired a lawyer and tried to persuade the district attorney to drop the case. “It was just a hard no,” Chris Carpenter told KXRM. “The DA was not going to throw this out.” Instead, Gavin entered a diversion program that required him to complete community service hours and submit his grades for the court to review, but it also allowed him to erase the charge from his criminal record if he completed the program. The sheriff’s office and 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office both declined to speak with local media about a case involving a juvenile, but the sheriff’s office told a Colorado TV station that incidents involving a toy gun could lead to a serious criminal charge. “There are times when it would be appropriate to charge menacing when a toy gun is involved,” a spokesperson for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office told KOAA News5. “If someone knowingly places someone in fear of serious bodily injury or death, menacing would be appropriate.” The sheriff’s office and district attorney’s office did not immediately respond to requests for comment late Monday. Stefanie Carpenter told her son’s side of the story on Facebook last week, one day after the charge was formally removed from the boy’s record. “Right now we are trying to install faith back into Gavin that you can trust law enforcement, because after all of this he’s scared to death of them,” she wrote. Gavin said he and his friend were pretending to be in their favorite video game, the wildly popular “Fortnite,” which is a cartoonish “battle royal” in which players choose a character — perhaps a walking banana in a tuxedo, or a buff cat named Meowscles — build a shelter, and fight to be the last man standing. “We both love the game ‘Fortnite,’” Gavin told KXRM. Kentucky high schools ban ‘shooter game’ Fortnite from state esports programs The boys walked to the street corner and aimed a bright orange Nerf crossbow and a toy rifle with an orange plastic tip at cars as they passed, imagining them to be enemies within the game. Both toys were broken, Gavin told KXRM, and the boys were not firing the foam projectiles that usually shoot out of Nerf guns. But one driver mistakenly thought Gavin had a BB gun aimed at his vehicle, KRDO reported. “I knew I did something wrong,” Gavin told KXRM, “but I don’t think I should have got arrested and taken in a car with handcuffs on and taken to a place to get mug shots and my fingerprints.” His mother said she shared the story on Facebook to warn other parents who might allow their kids to play with toy guns without realizing the possible consequences. “I couldn’t believe they were following through with this,” she told KRDO. “I was waiting for the call from the cops saying that they were going to let this go, warn them, tell them it was wrong.” On Facebook, the mother said her family is eager to move away from Colorado Springs when her husband, who is a lieutenant colonel in the Army, is stationed at another post in about three months. “I can’t live in a state where my kids can’t be kids and play outside without being scared of being arrested,” she wrote on Facebook.
  11. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
  12. PANAMA CITY BEACH — A $7,000 reward has been offered for information that leads to an arrest in the murder of Edward Kenneth Ross, Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford announced on Friday. Ross, 30, was shot multiple times in his home in the 6400 block of Sunset Drive in Panama City Beach on Dec. 29. A Sheriff’s Office press release states that according to witnesses, three black males knocked on the door of Ross’s home the night of the shooting. When the door was answered, they asked for Ross and were told he was unavailable and the door was shut. Deputies say the three males then pushed open the door, entered the home and shot Ross several times. The Florida Sheriff’s Association Criminal Apprehension Program donated $5,000 to the $1,000 that Crime Stoppers had pledged for a reward. The US Marshals has also donated $1000. Anyone with information on Ross’s murder is asked to contact the Bay County Sheriff’s Office at 850-747-4700 or Crime Stoppers at 785-TIPS.
  13. Whether you do a podcast, or a show on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch TV, or any other platform - in order to stand out, you need professional IMAGING. That's why you need Keith Kramer. Kramer is a FIVERR'S CHOICE. This is a VERY rare badge on Fiverr: CLICK HERE TO ORDER. IMAGING is your show intros, show outros, drops for your show, rejoiners, intros to show elements . . . professionally done to help you stand out, and command attention. RIGHT NOW THERE ARE OVER 750,000 PODCASTS. WHAT SETS YOU APART? Kramer has over 500 consistent, PERFECT 5 star reviews. Kramer undercuts other professionals by at least $75. Kramer is quick, personable, and will not allow your order to be complete until YOU say it's perfect. You can elect to write the script, or you can choose for Kramer to write it. CLICK HERE TO ORDER. SAMPLES: KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - HALLOWEEN KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - UPBEAT, ENERGETIC KRAMER PODCAST INTRO - SPORTS FEEL CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
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