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Dec 30, 2010 9:00am EST
january with the earthquake and the ones that hit china and chile he and japan saying this really has not been an exceptional year although some of us beg to differ. check out head lites lines. we missed out on the snow by 50 miles. we are missing out by an earthquake by a few hundred miles and we are getting nice weather here. how about 48 yesterday. we will try to match that today with a little extra cloud cover. the new year's eve festivities should go off without a hitch locally with dry conditions and building up temperatures and then we will get showers yet tucked behind the logo on new year dave with warm temperatures to continue through the weaning. much warmer than 26 right now. and the 28 is hang at 20 in ocean city and atlantic city colder than us with 17. they will two feet of snow on the ground. that's the excuse. we have high clouds come in before daybreak. they are trying to break up and then redevelop over the past hour. advancing from the west with rain showers further back to the west. they can tends down to the deep south with a broken band of showers and most o
ABC
Aug 13, 2010 9:00am EDT
went to china. what one country in the world is really embracing baseball that is surprising you? is there a country out there? >> you are speaking of i'm a special envoy for the state so i spread good will. i went to nick washington are a and they were crazy -- nicaragua and they were crazy about baseball. in china, baseball wasn't big over there. we're planning a couple of other trips. i just got back from south africa on vacation, but we're also looking to go down there and teach a little baseball as well. so, you know, the world -- we understood soccer is the world's sport. baseball's growing. we're trying to make it work in other parts of the world. >> i saw cal at the national. there was a big memorabilia convention in baltimore. that was a coup for us to get it. who was the first autograph you got? you are always signing, who did you get as a kid? >> i don't throw anything away. i'm a pack rat and so i am a collector in some ways. but dad very early on said, you know, instead of asking the players for an autograph, ask them a question. ask them how they hold the fastball? use
ABC
Jun 16, 2011 9:00am EDT
in the united states after their homes were made of bad drywall that came from china. abc2 news joce sterman has been following the story and brings us more. >> reporter: barns supply company based in florida is at the center of this decision. the company has agreed to payabout $55 million to victims whose homes have the bad drywall which came from china. home owners say it made the houses stink like sulfur and rotted and turned everythingblack. about 2,000 people are involved in the setment, the majority from florida but they are not the only ones complaining about the problem. the consumer product safety commission has been track drywall complaints as of june 2nd, more than 3800 calls have come in related to the problem. 2100 from florida, more than 700 from louisiana 245 from mississippi. where does maryland stand? so far only 9 people here have filed complaints with the cpsc. >> all right. now the prosecutor says no victims were from maryland but he didn't rule out some of the bad drywall did make it into our states. tuesday's 55 million dollar settlement will be split among all
ABC
Nov 15, 2010 9:00am EST
mortgage and why is china playing a role in our mortgage business? >> a little any last week. friday was when the feds started to bite treasuries to keep rates low but china said by the way we just had a record increase in the inflation went up to 4% from 1.8 in a short 350erd of time. it -- period of time. now they have to raise their rates meaning other countries has to raise their waits or money may stop coming in because they will have a higher rate. this is a lot of volatility. rates went up a little bit. >> not much. >> but a little bit. >> realtors report a uptick. >> but we are seeing an uptick in purchase and refinance application and talking to most realors they think there's an being a claymation point we think people are rates are so low and we will keep one or two payments and that's the reason for upticks. >> and you are writing about more corporation with a second mortgage. >> when you've first and second mortgage, if of you try tree fine just the first you have to have the second under subordinate. a lot of lenders were take 2 or 3 months to approve it and you couldn'
ABC
Jun 1, 2010 9:00am EDT
today. >> jim howard said he came up with the idea while working in china last summer. he spotted some cool rubber bands and decided to make them into fun shapes for his nieces and nephews back home. >> as soon as they received them, they wanted more. >> some schools are banning them from classrooms, saying they are too distracting for students. >> my teacher, he said okay, kids, tomorrow morning if you have any silly bands on, i'm going to take them away. >> do you agree with that? >> no. >> why? >> because he should only take them away from the kids who are getting distracted by them. like one for one, not all for one. >> and some kids wear so many, they can cut off the circulation. >> because they are the little ones? >> yeah. >> why do you wear them if they hurt? >> because they are so cool. >> the principal no longer allows students to wear the bands past their wrists, or trade them while at school. at one point, my nurse, my school nurse came down to me and said have you noticed all the silly bands? it was getting very tight and constricting. >> even so, it looks like silly
ABC
Jan 14, 2010 9:00am EST
. other nations are speeding into the aid-stricken area. china, russia, as well as countries from the european union. germany is releasing nearly $1.5 million for immediate assistance. >>> we're talking about the basics being wiped out in haiti, there's a high-tech push for information going on since the quake struck tuesday night. people inside and outside the quake zone are desperate to get word and get the latest online. >> reporter: thank god for facebook. an emphatic statement from the port-au-prince salvation army director. with phone lines down, the only way we could communicate with him was through a very shaky skype connection. >> so many people are writing to say we support you, we're praying for you, we love you. >> reporter: we even caught him in a middle of an aftershock. >> wow, we're really having some bad aftershocks here. >> reporter: all the while, we stayed connected. surfing through social networking sites, we found messages from those begging for help. many desperately searching for missing loved ones. others reacting to the shock by posting their raw emotions. al
ABC
Mar 11, 2010 9:00am EST
of a global trend. america still leads the world in billionaires with 403. and china is second at 89, but the rest of the world is getting richer, much, much faster. >> the economy is not snap back the way many asian economies can. >> reporter: wal-mart's waltonian head of louis vutton. >> two out of every three billionaires is self made and less than one in 11 is a woman. >> this is still a boy's club. there are only 14 self made women on the list, but the number is growing. >> reporter: they can all afford pretty much anything they want. le billionaires say they don't notice a bump in the style after the first $500 million. anything more is keeping score. >> you don't have to be a billionaire to have a good life. >> reporter: that may be true, but imagine being so wealthy, you never have to answer e- mails. >> i love the fact that he is a self made man and started out struggling. that gives everybody hope. >> all right, as a child, we are all taught to eat your greens. >> absolutely. something glorious about eating that food and the health benefits that come with it. >> we are focu
ABC
Jul 9, 2009 9:00am EDT
to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by the middle of the century. major polluters china and india fail to get on board. >> we'll be working with the developing countries between now and then to try and firm up commitments. >> reporter: the summit wraps up tomorrow. then president barack obama and mrs. obama will be meeting with the pope. you can imagine there will be a large audience for that, before they leave for africa. we'll keep you posted on the rest of the trip. >>> the latest from south korea where a state official says more web sites under new cyberattack. one of the affected sites belongs to the government. six others are private. yesterday u.s. authorities say they suspected north korea was behind the cyberattacks that included u.s. government web sites. while treasury departments and federal trade commission web sites were shut down by the software attack over the holiday weekend others such as the pentagon and the white house were able to fend it off with very little disruption. >>> gm g.m. could emerge from bankruptcy protection as soon as midnight tonight. a federal
ABC
Aug 10, 2009 9:00am EDT
taiwan and the philippines over the weekend now causing a mess in southeast china. landslides, flash floods have forced nearly a million people to leave their homes. that number could go up as the tropical storm heads for shang -- shanghai. dozens of people in asia are dead or missing because of the storm. >>> the number of people dead or missing in japan continues to go up after a typhoon slammed the coastal areas causing a landslide. at least a dozen are dead, 10 more missing. hundreds of homes have been flooded out. dozens of people have been forced out of their homes. they had to evacuate. and meteorologists in japan foresee more destruction as the storm now heads north. >>> dry weather and steamy summer temperatures have returned to maryland. it's expected to be so bad over the next couple of days that baltimore city issued a code red heat alert through tomorrow. six cooling centers across the city opened up yesterday. this one at the northern community action center was handing out water to help people cool off. >> drink plenty of fluids, try to stay cool. if you don't have to
ABC
Jul 22, 2009 9:00am EDT
. >> we got the mtv one? >> yeah. >> sure? >> cup of joe. how would you like these in your china closet? >> love it. >> if you have an organization, a charity, a business that you would like to see advertised here on "good morning maryland" just send us in, give us a brief mention, we'll put it on the cup of joe segment at the station. 6400 york road. baltimore, 21212. >>> everyone loves flowers. they can brighten up your home any day. >> coming up next, here's shea from wegman's to show us why we should think of tropical for our homes. >>> emily gracie here live at the national aquarium. we've been talking about the enrichment of your animals at home. now we're here at the dolphin tank. we're going to talk about enriching the lives of the dolphins at the aquarium. after the break. uh, just installed fios in the whole building. now everyone has the fastest upload speeds, and we're giving them a mini netbook. well, i'm sticking with cable. so is ted. (ted) no i'm not! he's just goofing. (ted) no i'm not. ted has betrayed me... okay... (announcer) unlike cable, fios brings 100% fiber opti
ABC
Oct 29, 2009 9:00am EDT
: that's amazing. this is kind of the celebration going on where? >> in china for the chinese new year. we also celebrate with princes and princesses in our show. we have the new princess, tiana from the cartoon "the principle -- the sin press and the frog which comes out in late november, early december. >> reporter: you have a lot of princes and princesses? >> yes, cinderella, prince charming, snow white and her handsome prince. the list goes on. we have fun characters from "alice in wonderland." >> reporter: so much fun. we're looking forward to it. can we get mickey over here again? can you hear us? yeah, mickey, come on over here! i mean, you've got to get a close-up of this costume. it's just beautiful. isn't it? tickets are still available. they are $14 to $54 right here at first mariner. come here, you did a great job. we have a show tonight, one tomorrow, saturday, sunday. sunday's the last day so you want to get one. mickey, thank you so much. you want to say hello, baltimore? aw. isn't he cute? you can't miss this. hello, baltimore. thank you, mickey. >> thank you. looks lik
ABC
Aug 17, 2009 9:00am EDT
called smith. warren buffetf invested a quarter in china's byd and coming soon, norway's think city. >> the exterior is made of plastic. how safe is it in >> the safety structure is in the frame and this has a high-strength steel frame. >> reporter: next year will bring the nissan leaf at $30,000 and chevy volt for about $40,000 and whether it's the roadster or bmw's mini e the first thing you notice is the quiet. is it on? the second thing in is the instant power. >> i do love that torque. >> reporter: now that several hundred of these are on the road these so-called pioneers who pay $850 a month to lease them are discovering the hassle of the charge. >> full of hurdles. full of hurdles. unless you're on top of it. >> reporter: the best batteries are still expensive and limited to around 100 miles and they take 23 hours to charge on a standard wall socket. a higher voltage garage box will fill her up in three hours but so far the cars seem easier to get than the cords and boxes. >> the utility is completely prepared for what is required to install an electric dryer. but an electric
ABC
Jan 18, 2011 9:00am EST
ecomony in asia and india and china which are growing faster than the united states and their demand for oil and energy is rising. that's putting upwards pressure on energy prizes affect agriculture. >> reporter: the market has a way of work itself out. >> people will look for substitutes for the products, a less expensive goods which provides the same nutrients. >> reporter: and that's what shoppers are doing here. >> grapes are so incredibly expensive and we like to eat fresh fruit and so we have substituted other things until the price goes down. >> no one likes to hear about the prices going up. all right. time to talk about over-the- counter pain relevers. there are so many options to choose from. so how do you know. the pharmacist from wegmans is here to sort it out. it's a thousand questions for you. thanks for coming in. >> thanks for having me again. >> so i didn't know this. you said there are different categories over-the-counter pain relevers. >> when you look at the shelf, it is scary about how many boxes are on the shelves. it's enough to give you a headache if you don'
ABC
Mar 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
continues its sensoring fight in china. >> getting fit, means building a healthier lifestyle. stay with us. >>> outside it was a good morning to get out there. this afternoon you may want to stay in the house. there's some sun, watch the clouds build. that's a precursor for what we expect around town. the clouds also dominating the school and a cool 46 degrees. we'll talk more about this when good morning maryland returns in just minutes. this is a strawberry pop-tart. and this is the warm fresh baked taste... of a strawberry toaster strudel. see the difference? pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. that, on the list of things kids love, our party pizzas have just passed toy robots. awkward. kids love totino's party pizzas. it's a new year people, we have to hit the ground running. so, we're upgrading to verizon. they have the speed we need, plus rock solid tools like online storage and ironclad internet security. it was built for businesses like ours... now, nothing will stand... [ music fading ] stand in... [ sighs ] sit tight, i'll run and get some batteries. [ ma
ABC
Jul 1, 2011 9:00am EDT
fireworks. >> fum 5, the first fireworks were probably made in china about 2,000 years ago -- number 5, the first fireworks were probably made in -- why made in china about 2,000 years ago. >>> the -- >> the fire work is japanese. >> half of all incidents with fireworks happens to children under 16. >> and three sparklers burning together generates the same heat as a blow torch. >> oh. >>> and number wouldn't largest single fire work was set off in 1988 at a japanese festival weighing half a ton and the burst was kilometer wide. >> dynamite. >> or was it testing nuclear weapons. >> anything. it's a bomb. bomb. >> pretty amazing. have a happy and safe 4th of july and thanks for joining us for "good morning maryland" at nine. especially over the past couple years. it's been a fun show. >> it has been. now to the weekend show.
ABC
Oct 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
company saying you can keep 10% of each payment you collect just ship the rest of the cash to china. sound good right? well, the only problem is it's illegal. >> most of the schemes if not all of them do originate you know in foreign countries russia is one that we see china is another. and so they are overseas and they may get off scott free and you may not. >> reporter: in fact, you can end up paying a big price. with time behind bars. joce sterman, abc2 news. >> and scamers posting or e-mailing the offers are often very blunt about the approach and others try to make the work seemingly jit mit and she says many scamers use the names of real companies on someones that sound like it to approximately you in and some offer work contracts to make the thing seem more credible. jamie. >>> megan, time for the week lend mortgage monday segment as always. we are joan by carl from freedmont mortgage. these credit scoresf i have a 4 and i want to get a quick fix no such thing. >> it can happen but there's people that can't be helped and can't be helped right away and what's happening is the
ABC
Mar 9, 2011 9:00am EST
any souvenir made in america. >> let's look. >> reporter: even the flag pins made in china. the busiest gift shorts at the smithsonian museums where presidential bust to elvis bobbleheads are made in china. today senator sanders called the top officials into his office to demand they sell more made in the usa products. previously, the smithsonian suggested that's just too expensive. but just a few blocks away there's a thriving shop called appalachian spring. the proprietyor has been in business 43 years. selling only american made products. helping employ some 4 hundred craftspeople. >> imagine the smithsonian institution one of the most visited collections of institution imagine if they did the same you do and just sold work by american craftsmen how many people could they employ. >> it would be unbelievable. thousands of people. >> reporter: people like lauren a pottery maker in seattle. >> it would be a gold mine to have my work there even if it's just in the gift shop. >> reporter: think about it. they host 30 million visitors every year. and last year the gift shops raked
ABC
Apr 8, 2010 9:00am EDT
see the magic i'll be performing, we have chinese acrobats from china doing a swinging log act. we have the high wire act, two human canyon balls flying through the air, the beautiful bengal tigers and throughout the circus, i performed the illusions. >> you saw a clown in half? >> yeah yeah, i put him back, don't worry. >> you do it all the time don't you? very well. >> thank you very much. that's what's so exciting about ringling brothers. you have people gasping at human canyon balls fly ing across the room. so many thrills that only ringling brothers can bring. it's the kids, parents, grandparents. ringling brothers has been around for 140 years. older than american baseball. >> wow. >> and you don't want to miss it. >> i actually never saw a circus growing up as a kid. now that i'm a part of it, i feel cheated. i wish i went. >> now you're part of it. >> i get to experience it every day. >> we have about 30 seconds left, can you saw jamie in half or do something? >> no um, i'll show you, the first, the first magic trick i learned when was i 13 was how to make a playing card di
ABC
Jun 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
even made mrs. tabasco blush when she came in to visit. >> we have sources from china, peru, everything. >> reporter: how about this blue crab salsa. you have to try this. just a few doors down, miss usa contestants visit but never leave. how about purple houses for you and me? or you can stay at the former anne arundel county executive bob pacificle's prime spot. >> it's easy. it's casual, good food, friendly people. >> reporter: you'll see a lot of foot traffic, hand holding. that's a sign this place is romantic. just a great place for a stroll, bike ride or boat ride. then we stay the night and get to do this all over again tomorrow. >> we try every year. >> reporter: while some are veterans at visiting, we welcome the newcomers. i found an above average man visiting for the first time in los angeles. i asked him to choose between the city of angels for a saint. >> it's the age of the town that's so pretty so the saint. there's a lot of culture and texture to it. >> reporter: hey, lost track of time like always. we are living the dream. found this boat dock at the marina
ABC
Jan 5, 2010 9:00am EST
center in china, shanghai, 1,614 feet. >> and as you just saw, the dubai building, over a thousand feet taller than its neighbor which is nearly a 50% increase in height. what was it? $25 billion the sheik from abu dhabi gave him? >> yeah. >> how does that rank against an nfl stadium? >> good stuff. >>> final look at the forecast. >> flurries possible today, cold air today. tomorrow highs stuck in the mid-30s. lows to mid-20s. not some of the obscene cold the nation has seen but we have a shot of snow accumulation on friday. >> she wants the obscene cold. [ male announcer ] it's our hottest offer of the season, but it's melting fast. this is your last chance to get $150 back plus a free multi-room dvr for 3 months when you switch to verizon fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month with a one-year agreement. with fios tv, you get an amazing hd picture along with internet service that's fiber-optic fast. both were ranked highest in customer satisfaction by j.d. power and associates. and don't miss out on your chance to watch the big game in fios hd. you won't believe how m
ABC
Jul 6, 2009 9:00am EDT
wall. >> they're from all over the world, china, austria. >> when i first saw it, i thought this is something that may last a day or two and then be gone, but every time he's shown on the tv, it explodes again. >> reporter: for boyd it's not all about the attention. it's about what the pink boxers did for his unit. >> of course they gave me a lot of hard time, so i helped the morale a little bit. >> we're going to find out what this high-tech gadget protection is all about when we come back. fios guy! where ya headed? ah, just installed fios in the whole building. now everyone has the fastest upload speeds. and we're giving them a mini netbook. well, i'm sticking with cable. so's ted. (voice) no i'm not! he's just goofing. (voice) no i'm not! (sighing) ted has betrayed me. (announcer) unlike cable, fios brings 100% fiber optics straight to your home and when you switch now, you can get a free compaq mini netbook. just pay shipping, handling and taxes. with fios, you'll get razor-sharp tv, blazing fast internet and crystal-clear phone service all for just... sign up today. call the v
ABC
Dec 6, 2010 9:00am EST
door. >> crashing, fun,. >> crashing. >> just like this. >> just like a bowl in a china shop. what can people expect. you have an asoaredment of goodies. >> we do. it's like you walk into somebody's living room. that is sort of the way we set it up. we have a nice chair for the men to sit in white wives shop, and it's like a local cheers because you never know who will walk in. somebody that you know you haven't seen for a while. >> back up. >> we have something for men and women. >> oh, yes. >> so men can be distracted. >> yes. football. >> yes. >> we have a tv with espn can be turned on. >> and colorful and descriptive glasses. >> absolutely. >> while the women take care of their business. >> exactly. >> who came up with that idea? >> we wanted it -- wanted it to be comfortable. >> yeah. >> we have a lot local artist. we are very proud to have local artist. >> some of the stuff is local here. >> yes. >> local artisans what they offer and how you can turn it into something great for your house. >> kelly makes this adorable sign. this is from elizabeth who lives in stonely. great skin
ABC
Apr 13, 2011 9:00am EDT
countries like china. higher gas prices hit consumers where it hurts most, discretionary spending. >> consumers feel a pinch and they are limited in their discretion because they have to pay mortgage and utilities, so to pay higher gas prices they go to movies less and buy fewer clouts clothes. the amount of money most work with is limited. >> reporter: gas pliess are expected to continue to -- prices are expected to continue to rise. the spike is not just a pocketbook issue but a political one. >> there's not a lot of evidence that anything that political leaders are doing in the short-term has as much impact os prices and market trend or long-term energy policy but that doesn't stop politicians of both parties from pointing the finger at each other. >> reporter: the issue is playing out like a campaign ad. republicans blame president obama. sarah palin is calling him the $4 per gallon president on a facebook page. democrats pointing to republicans cozy ties with the oil and gas industry. >> the finger-pointing will continue on capitol hill. that's lisa sylvester reporting. in a
ABC
Dec 24, 2010 9:00am EST
he is come through russia and through mongolia and on his way to china. things are going smoothly for him. justin justin this is something that every year you follow and norad is track santa you have to keep the kids happy. you going to lift off. >> i can't see. you are in the way. >> all right. go. >> i am watching santa. tbhient see more about santa. >> all right. santa is going to continue his trek around the world. we will track him through norad and abc2news.com. justin is playing we are out of time. see you. merry christmas everybody. see you, take care. [ male announcer ] the face of hunger in this country is all around us. 1 in 6 americans live in hunger. at bank of america, we've created the gift for opportunity fund to support feeding america and the boys & girls clubs' efforts to provide hunger-relief. and we invite our customers, associates and communities to help. every dollar you contribute this season can be matched, dollar for dollar. together we can make twice the difference to help support those in need. ♪
ABC
Jul 29, 2010 9:00am EDT
replaced by the new green, more powerful beam. some imported from russia and china lack the important warning labels and are above u.s. approved standards. the color green has a more intense wave length to the human eye, sot laser is stronger and travels further. some advertise up to three miles. >> kids. not much you can do about it. >> well, there is. >> it's not illegal to possess them in the state of maryland, but it is illegal to use them in a harassing manner. >> ocean city police made arrests to people using lasers improperly. it's not illegal to sell lasers, but one merchant we saw didn't want our cameras to see he had lasers for sale. >> it is illegal -- >> during our interview with the police, people were shining them on the hotel rooms in the background. >> it's a problem. >> some believe they should be illegal. >> at any moment, they will swarm around you and hit the you and perhaps suffer permanent eye damage or blindness. that's an uneasy feeling. >> these guys are wearing t- shirts that are so offensive they can't wear on tv and they have an opinion. >> get rid of them.
ABC
Jan 4, 2011 9:00am EST
their hand. >> whether you are in a world village in china or here in the united states in oklahoma, the cell phone inextra structure exist and we can take advantage of the power of the iphone. >> reporter: with that power, dr. david albert developed a revolutionary device. it looks just like a cell phone case. when snapped onto your iphone, it turns into a working ecg. >> using the two silver electroids on the back, allows us to monitor someone else's or your own electrocardiogram. >> reporter: he says the device can revolutionize health care. it is small enough to fit in your pocket peck peck for emt -- perfect for emts into they can assess the status of the victim's heart. >> reporter: heart patients can use it in their homes. >> a patient can transmit their own electric cado gram to a health care provired and physician and a critical care nurse. >> reporter: dr. albert revealed the iphone ecg to the world on youtube half the week. by the weekend, he had more than 100,000 views. hundreds of e mails and 50 articles written about the medical breakthrough and is hoping the exposure
ABC
Mar 17, 2011 9:00am EDT
bought in northern china. weighing 180 pounds. they can reach 258 pounds. and red is not only considered a lucky color but in mastive from tibet they are thought to be holy animals blessing their owners were health and security. >> roxy blesses you and didn't cost 1.5. >> she was free. but a fancy furry dog and, of course, we were saying 1.5 million for a dog when you can get one at the pound. what do you think about this is it. >> that's the two cent hot topicp is there a limit to what you would pay for a dog? or cat. debbie saying any price best to adopt a rescue so the price is not an issue. you can never put a price on a love of an animal. i would stop south of 1.5 million togetherars. >> a lot of people -- dollars. >> a lot of people would have to. mary says i will never pay for an animal. if you want to weigh in, we would love to know what you think. head to the wmar facebook fan page and leave a comment and we will share more of the comments throughout the show. >>> today, everybody seems to be a little irish no doubt about it. >> the green beer is flowing around parts
ABC
Jun 15, 2011 9:00am EDT
came from chonna to inned -- china to india and india to europe and europe to the united states. >> and now in maryland. will you play something? >> sure it's simple but i have to warm up i can't play like that. >> and we have been fortunate to work with people like him for the past ten years. he has been through a program of ours called the master apprentice program. and this is something that the state arts council does to help to perpetuate traditional arts in the stayed like pairing artist like him who teaches through oral you don't go to school to lrn but learn through people. and he worked with anumber of apprentices over the years and we are celebrating him and we are -- this is going to be fabulously entertaining as well. [ music ] >> as we listen to him play we will put the information about the maryland folk life festival on the screen. so jot it down. there's a website to go to, and the times and get all that information go check it out again it's free and family friendly and there's going to be something for everybody. and you will see all sorts of interesting things
ABC
Dec 30, 2009 9:00am EST
tested plastic materials and i found a manufacturer in china. i was staying up late at night contacting them to find out who would be willing to make a prohe toe type for me and manufacture these mits. i found a manufacturer in china. we're close we keep in contact. and my manufacturer helped me through the process of the paperwork, letters of credit, shipping that sort of thing. >> you are a tes ta t can be done. >> it can be done. >> you can be a mom and start up your own business. >> there are a lot of late nights but it can be done. >> thank you for being here. thank you for being here. megan, back to you. >> we're talking about business people we have one herement you are a mini kate spade. and thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> this is kind of neat. a viewer who e-mails me sent an e-mail, she met you. i cannot believe you made them. >> how did you get started. >> it started in my brownie troop, one of the kid's moms showed us how to sew these. i bought a suing machine and started making them. >> what are you hearing from people when you are selling them or showin
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Nov 10, 2010 9:00am EST
kind of vendors. >> irish vennors with sweaters and m and china and stuff -- and merchandise and china and stuff from all around. from florida to canada and from ireland that bring stuff. >> this is good. this is a preliminary. we are in november. >> that's right. >> and we set it up for march. that's all it is. >> we keep doing it. >> how are things going in the emerald society. >> great. we had a tough couple weeks a lot of losses. >> absolutely. >> and everybody is doing well. we had a bull roast on the 20th for them. >> and friendly sons get ready for the big luncheon. >> yes, soon. >> if you've been to that holy cow. man they just start and they continue and you go on to the parade the next day and anybody grand marshal you know? >> no. that won't be decide until january. >> good and i will see you tonight. >> absolutely. >> a bunch of tables together. >> we did. >> the maryland irish festival. we have been going on 35. >> 35th year. >> that's great. 25,000 people coming out. sponsored by the irish charities of maryland. what does the organization do, dan? >> we make all the money
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Jan 27, 2010 9:00am EST
india and china posting theirs is services or wares to the u.s. market. well, we know from user feedback, our users aren't interested in that stuff. so we remove gmátrblock their  ip address. five seconds later it's back up there. it's a constant game we all play. it happens with craigslist, happens with çeverybody. but çthat's really the biggest problem çis çinternational çç list,. >> çokay. so ççgeebo.com. got it. >> okay. >> we have all the information right there on the screen. we're looking forward to it. it will be town the learn more ç about this. >> thank you. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> çtake care. ç justin, looks like this may be a good time çto buy juroff geebo. >> that's right. quickly i want to point çout çwe've had a flood warning on the lower force of the river here, 21 to 25 flood gates open, about a foot and a half below flood stage and may reach that stage later on today. so we have that there. otherwise we have a dry setup this çmorning, more clouds bac to çthe west. áhp'd on the çcamera sites there 30 degrees right no
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Feb 15, 2010 9:00am EST
luge singles. the u.s. women's hockey team faced off against seventh-seeded china in the preliminary round. five first-pound goals set the pace with the u.s. on top 8-0 americans finished in three of the top six places in the nordic combined consisting of ski jumping and cross-country ski racing. johnny spelain ended up with the silver, the first-ever u.s. medal in the nordic combined. jeremy hubbard, abc news. >>> tax season. time to know the irs a little better. >> the precautions you need to know about. someone could say they are the irs and contact you -- we'll keep you informed. >> the recent snowstorms may result in problems on the next short sale or foreclosure home. why you should do extra detective work to avoid bigger problems later. >> how secure are you on-line? we'll show you simple password tricks along with types of software to help you stay safe on line. with this package, you get fios internet, phone, and tv with hundreds of channels and 11,000 free on demand titles per month. okay. let's negotiate. how about 100 bucks? uh, well, the offer is $89.99 per month for a y
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Oct 13, 2010 9:00am EDT
women. ready? half the list out of 20, half the list are from china. oprah is number 9. pringle at number 11. not bad. she is off today. okay. suburb in philly wants to start fining people $25 if you don't lock up your car. if they come back and see the car is unlocked, 25 bucks. goes in your windshield. how about that? they say that's enough we have what lot of car thefts another list as far as the ravens popularity in the country they are up to 19. last year they were number 26. and ravens are moving up on your heart meter. that's good throughout the country. last night the rageers -- rangers beat the rays right? josh hamilton had trouble with alcohol and drugs. they usually have a champagne you know bash after they clinch, last night the teammates decided ginger ale in the clubhouse in honor of josh hamilton. isn't that great. >> stings less in the eyes. >>> and what age at what age do you start to turn grumpy? do you know what it is what the answer is? >> start to. >> you start to turn drumpy at what age is. >>i say probably 42. >> no. >> 46. >> 52 you start to be grumpy. that'
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