35 Burst results for "10 Years Ago"
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Biden budget aims to cut deficits nearly $3T over 10 years
"President Biden will lay out his new budget plan tomorrow and sharply boost his goal for cutting America's deficits. In last month's state of the unit address. When I'm going to show he's going to cut the deficit by another $2 trillion. But the one healing veil in Philadelphia will be more ambitious. We'll cut the deficit by nearly $3 trillion over the next ten years. With spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says he's in stark contrast to House Republicans who have an offered their own blueprint. The president's already said he wants to boost taxes on the wealthy. One reason why this may well be more of a messaging document for next year's elections than anything else. Massive toxin increases more spending things Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says stand no chance of actually passing in either chamber of Congress. Will not say the light of day. Sagar Meghani at The White House.
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Nobel laureate Bialiatski sentenced to 10 years in Belarus
"A Belarusian court has sentenced Alice bialy, belous top human rights advocate, and one of the winners of the 2022 noble Peace Prize to ten years in prison. The viasna human rights center says, bialiatski and three other top figures in viasna had been convicted of financing actions, violating public order and smuggling. The others have received between 7 and 9 years. And two of his associates were arrested and jailed after massive protests over a 2020 election that gave authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko a new term in office. The other managed to leave Belarus before he was arrested. In photos from the courtroom released by news agency, belter, bialy in
10 Years Ago, We Weren't Debating Racism, Hostility & Binary Sexuality
"About it ten years ago or let me put it to the other this way Before our first black president Obama was elected by a vast majority white country Most of this wasn't going on This kind of open racism open hostility this this attack on binary sexuality it wasn't taking place But the radicals the bomb throwers on the left Now control the culture as they do the Democrat party They control the media And these these are the folks who keep pushing these agendas Whether in the United States military whether in our classrooms or in the so called public debate What do we even debating when a guy says masculinity is too toxic What the hell does that even mean
Mike Gallagher Podcast
DOJ Pursues 10-Year Incarceration of Douglass Mackey for a Tweet
"If I hadn't been watching Tucker Carlson Friday night, I would have never heard about this case of a guy who's being prosecuted for a tweet. And the feds are going after him. They want him to spend a decade of his life in prison. This story is so un believable. Andy McCarthy wrote about this case a while ago, have you heard about Douglas Mackey? If I told you that Merrick Garland's Justice Department wants to incarcerate a guy from Florida and put him in jail for up to ten years for the crime of something he posted in a meme on Twitter. Would that shock you? In fact, go ahead and Google his name. Good luck finding much about Douglas Mackey. This is an incredible story. And when I see our own country acting this way, it is beyond beyond frightening. You know it's one thing to be alarmed about what China is doing to us? How about what we're doing to ourselves?
Why Stefan George Is Optimistic for Crypto in 2023
"So first up, we have a thread from Stefan George, this came out on January 10th. He writes why I am optimistic for crypto in 2023, what will drive blockchain demand and what projects to watch out for in 2023. Markets are down, but fundamentals are strong. To get out of the speculative bubble, connecting blockchain to quote the real world will be key. We have to decouple demand for blockchain from pure crypto intrinsic demand, making it part of everyone's daily transactions. If people were to use blockchain for real payments or actual banking, demand would not depend on hype and speculation. There are two main trends, which will unfold in 2023. One, more real world assets, RWA, on chain, making them part of the DeFi ecosystem. Two, integration of blockchain into the railways of old world of payments and banking, making transitioning seamless. Real world assets have come a long way. USD C and USD T are leading, but there is a demand for more. Backed 5 is about to launch the first fully backed stocks, ETFs and fixed yield products as ERC 20 tokens without any restrictions making them fully compatible with the DeFi ecosystem. Centrifuge is already bringing real world assets successfully to DeFi and recently hit $100 million of total value locked, proving the demand to use real world assets as collateral in DeFi. While there are many options for USD backed tokens, EUR has always been neglected. Main area is here to change that with EUR E and tight integration into the cipa banking infrastructure. Today you can issue your E with a simple C but transfer instantly.
The Officer Tatum Show
Michelle Obama admits she couldn't stand husband Barack for 10 years
"Hey, Michelle Obama says she couldn't stand Barack for ten years. I got news for you, Michelle. I got you beat. I still can't stand them. Former First Lady Michelle Obama said, quote, she couldn't stand her husband, former president Barack Obama. When their children were young and she said, people think I'm being catty for saying this. It's like there were ten years where I couldn't stand my husband. This is what the former First Lady said in an interview earlier this month with revolt and guess when it happened when those kids were little. The Obama daughters malia and Sasha were ages 7 and ten when they moved into The White House. Their mother said in the interview to promote her new book that the young children pose a challenge as she and the former president advance their careers. Wow, for ten years while we were trying to build our careers and worrying about school and who's doing what and what I was like, ah, this, this isn't even, she said, and guess what? Marriage isn't 50 50 ever, ever. There are items I'm 70. He's sturdy. There are times he's 60, I'm 40, but guess what? Ten years. We've been married 30. I would take ten bad years over 30. It's just how you look at it. People give up 5 years, I can't take it. Okay, I give her props for that.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Digital Detox
"Data points are essentially, they're called digital toxins, right? And people are sick, you have a biological immune system and you also have a psychological immune system. And people don't think about that when they're on social media. And I think about it all the time. I know when I need to tap out for a couple of days. Yes. I turn my phone off from Friday night to Saturday. Take a Jewish. I do it every week. I love that. Right, Andrew. Unreachable. I do it. Yeah, we all use the Jewish term. Literally unreachable. Sometimes I go all the way to Sunday. It's amazing. It keeps you safe. Oh, it's fabulous. I also track my screen time, and I break through it almost every day, but it's a reminder just to kind of see how I did. And I become a happier person, and it takes a while to kind of get used to it because it is a drug. And you become so addicted to it.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Candace Owens and Charlie Reminisce About Meeting Jack Dorsey
"Candace, you brought me to a meeting with Jack Dorsey. I did. We talk about we have not talked about this in a very long time, but I talk about it on my show. And I tell people, I have so accurately assessed Jack Dorsey, because I kept saying that I think people turned him into a boogeyman because he never really spoke out. Like Mark Zuckerberg is very in your face. I'm the CEO of Facebook, and he's just very easy not to like, it looks like a lizard. But Jack Dorsey was sort of quiet. And the Buddhist thing going on. Right. And I'm sorry you've interrupted my meditation hour. And I think that people thought that he was much more evil than he was, and that my take from having met him several times was that he was very much a person who does not like attention, a techie, just exactly what you would imagine somebody who was just a pure techie to be. And he didn't know how to deal with this thing that he did create to make people more freer and he was almost like held hostage at his own company. When you and I met with him and that summer, I mean, you read him super well. And I remember afterwards we were walking in that kind of Twitter headquarters area and you said nice campus, by the way. It was amazing. And you said Stockholm syndrome. You said this guy is being held captive by you'll Roth was not in the meeting. But by these kind of engineers, what do you remember from that meeting? I remember some, I wish I would remember more. I just remember feeling like he was not in charge, which was a very weird thing to come in and to me. That's right. That's correct. I remember he was kind of slouched over. He bites his nails. This is not somebody who was confident. It was somebody who had created something that was bigger than him. And I felt bad for him. And I knew that was such a weird thing to feel because we were supposed to hate everybody was like, oh, hey, and he's a part of this social media. And I'm like, I don't think he likes Mark Zuckerberg. I don't think he likes what's happening to his company. What he doesn't, he doesn't have that sort of spirit to stand up to wrongness. Not every single person is a warrior.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show
"Candace Owens, what are your pronouns? My pronouns are Caesar's today. Today. Somebody asked me that they said, how do you respond on a college campus if they require you to state your pronouns? How would you respond? If you're in class or if you're a class or just some sort of mandatory environment. I probably would drop the course because if you have a professor that's supposed to be teaching you that's asking you something that's that stupid, you're probably not going to get much out of the semester. You see the FBI Twitter file where the FBI agent Elvis Chan had his pronouns. It's so embarrassing. What embarrasses me is I just picture the Kremlin, right? Sitting around when these things, there must be having a good time, you know what I mean? We're not being taken seriously on the world stage anymore. And that's why I always think of people that are adversaries of the United States have to be sitting back and laughing, going this country maybe has ten more years when the FBI starts putting pronouns in their bios and emails like pretending to be important. We're not in a good spot. It is kind of the worst aspects of modernity. The Twitter files, what's your original what's your initial takeaway from that? We already knew it. I mean, I'm glad that we got more specific. Like Charlie Kirk, okay, yeah, we figured that one. I'm sure Candace Owens as well. And we're all on the list. We know this. We've been saying it for years. It's nice to have the world have to acknowledge it and stop pretending that we're all conspiracy theorists. They say that the difference between the truth and the conspiracy is about give it 6 weeks. And I guess that short now? It used to be two years. I seriously about 5 minutes these days. But so yeah, that's nice. It feels good to have the press have to acknowledge that it wasn't just existing in our own heads, but there wasn't anything I was surprised about. I think I'm most excited for the Fauci files because that was a psychological experiment like we've never seen before. And it just required total obedience and the social media companies were complicit and I'd like to see how far Doctor Fauci went if he inspired Elon Musk to say that my pronouns are prison, Fauci. Get the shot. And he said, my pronouns are. Fauci for prisoners. Fauci for president. And so for Elon Musk to tweet that when he's already been in the files, he has my attention, that's all I'll say. So
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Senate Agrees on Massive $1.7 Trillion Spending Package
"Overnight, Senate lawmakers agreed to a spending package that will avert a shutdown and fund the government for the entire year. It is massive, $1.7 trillion, the bill is the product of months of behind the scenes haggling, carries an additional 44.9 billion for funding of the war in Ukraine, 40.6 billion for disasters like drought and hurricane, it also includes policy provisions, such as updating the 1887 electoral count act and most importantly of all it increases defense spending significantly. And it does not do so in lockstep with domestic discretionary spending. This is the big breakthrough of this bill. Defense spending is going up 10% year over year. Far above what Joe Biden requested domestic discretionary defense non defense spending is only going up 6% kudos to leader McConnell, now would have preferred that they wait, but there are lots of people in the Senate who look at Matt Gaetz and I am blaming Matt Gaetz for this and saying there won't be a House of Representatives organized or there might not be a House of Representatives organized that could pass a continuing resolution even if we just passed one to get us to the next session. So if you're upset with this spending bill, blame Matt Gaetz.
AP News Radio
No. 6 Kansas routs Mizzou 95-67 in first visit in 10 years
"6 Kansas rolls past previously undefeated Missouri 95 to 67 in missou arena, the jayhawks make 57% of their field goal attempts that were led in scoring by Jalen Wilson with 24 points Kevin mcculler adds 21 in the team's first true road game. The royal games is when you really grew out the team I felt like y'all 15 in the huddle and your coaching staff against 16,000 out there. I feel like that's when you kind of grow. They made some stretches, you know, for sure, some runs. And that was great how we responded to it. Bazooka is 15 each from Dubois Hodge and Nick otter, both teams now have records of night in one. Mike Reeves, Columbia, Missouri
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Microsoft strikes 10-year deal with Nintendo on Call of Duty
"Microsoft says it has struck a deal to make the video game bestseller Call of Duty available on Nintendo. Don't let anyone tell you video games are just for kids. Activision Blizzard says their latest iteration of Call of Duty Modern Warfare two, which retails for about $70, has earned more than $1 billion in sales since it was launched in late October. Now Xbox maker Microsoft, which is working on acquiring Activision, has promised to make the hit series available for Nintendo and a ten year deal. The merger of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard is facing close scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission and global regulators. The Nintendo offers an apparent attempt to fend off objections from Sony, which makes the competing PlayStation console Sony has raised concerns about losing access to what it describes as a must have game title. Microsoft president Brad Smith said the agreement would bring Call of Duty to more gamers and tweeted we'll be happy to hammer out a deal for PlayStation as well. I'm Jennifer King.
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American Casino Giants Win 10-Year Macau License Renewals
"Macau has renewed the casino licenses of several foreign owned casinos in a bid to boost its economy at a time when revenue has plunged under antivirus restrictions. The former Portuguese colony awarded the licenses to MGM Resorts Las Vegas Sands wind results and three Chinese rivals after they promised to help diversify its economy by investing in non gambling attractions. Macau is under pressure from the Chinese government to diversify with retailing entertainment and other industries and to reduce reliance on gamblers from the mainlands its main revenue source. The territory of 700,000 people is the world's most tourism dependent economy which has shrunk since anti COVID restrictions shut down most tourist travel in 2020.
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Sandy Hook memorial opens nearly 10 years after 26 killed
"A memorial to those killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting opened to the public Sunday a month before the tenth anniversary of the massacre that killed 21st graders and 6 educators The memorial is a short distance from the school in newtown Connecticut the opening marked by quiet reflection It was designed as a peaceful place of contemplation paths with a variety of plantings lead to a water feature with a sycamore tree in the middle and the victim's names engraved on the top of a surrounding wall Jennifer Hubbard who lost her 6 year old daughter Catherine violet said it took my breath away to see Catherine's name and to see what has been created in honor of those that were lost I'm Julie Walker
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Bear mauls 10-year-old in grandparents’ Connecticut backyard
"A 250 pound black bear mall to ten year old boy playing in his grandparents backyard in Morris Connecticut and tried to drag him away Sunday before being shot The boy suffered a puncture wound to one thigh bite marks on her foot and ankle and claw marks on his back His grandfather James butler tells the Republican American of Waterbury he heard him yell bare saw his grandson's leg in the bear's mouth trying to drag him away butler who uses a wheelchair through a metal bar at the bear's head the bear released the boy but then grabbed him again a neighbor raced over yelling with a pipe and scared the bear but it still returned peering into the house where the family was hiding That's what authorities got there and shot it biologists they interactions are increasing as Connecticut's expanding bear population becomes acclimated to humans and develops a taste for our food I'm Julie Walker
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Ex-Malaysian first lady ordered to serve 10 years for graft
"Malaysia's former First Lady has been handed down a guilty verdict rosman Mansour will spend ten years in prison after being found guilty of soliciting and receiving bribes during her husband Najib's corruption tainted administration a week after he was imprisoned Over the massive looting of the IMDb state fund the former First Lady was convicted on a charge of soliciting over $42 million and two charges of receiving 1.5 million to help a company secure a project to provide solar energy panels the high court said prosecutors proved beyond a reasonable doubt that rosmah corruptly solicited bribes and receive money as a reward for herself I'm Charles De Ledesma
The Officer Tatum Show
Fauci Is a Criminal
"Well, Fauci shouldn't count on Republicans taking it easy on him just because he's retired. So this is what Rand Paul had to say senator Rand Paul, who has been amazing on the issue of COVID and the lockdowns, Fauci's resignation, he says, will not prevent a fourth wrote it investigation into the origins of the pandemic. He will be asked to testify under oath regarding any discussions. He participated in concerning the lab leak. Now over the past year and a half, we've learned that Fauci lied about funding gain of function, I'll get into that shortly. The gain of function research and the Wuhan and Wuhan or that he had been told COVID-19 was potentially engineered, but insisted for a year that it came from that it came from nature. The guys are complete and pathological liar. He's a megalomaniac. And I do believe he's a criminal. That is my personal opinion. I believe the guy is a criminal.
The Officer Tatum Show
Feds Seize Large Numbers of Fentanyl Pills
"So I had to zero heads, U.S. border agencies, 1.6 million fentanyl pills and a big rig Destin for U.S. cities, so the port director of a guy by the name of Michael humphreys tweeted in a huge tweeted a huge cache of drugs was discovered in an 18 Wheeler trailer for compartment. Agents in Arizona sees a mind numbing 1.57 million fentanyl pills, 114 pounds of cocaine that were hidden within secret compartments of a tractor tractor trailer. The vehicle was attempting to cross into Arizona from Mexico at the nogales port of entry when the customs and border patrol agents, why not they just say border patrol, where God takes take that back agent stopped stopped it for an inspection. So at this trailer rig had this truck not been stopped, you're talking about potentially thousands of lives. Guys, I think in 2020, approximately 20, 50,000 people died in the U.S. due to opioid overdoses and 2021, if I'm not mistaken, the number was approximately a 100,000, I believe slightly over and it says here there was no word if the seizure was a record breaking bus earlier this summer. They noted the unprecedented levels of fentanyl entering the country via the southern border. Thank you China and thank you Biden. Thank you, mayorkas, for the open borders, really appreciate it, killing Americans left and right.
Cooper And Anthony Show
"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"And he. He couldn't stand it that i had mine or he had dr mine that he worked even harder to save more money to get his own harley but i can understand where empties waste coming from. Because she's looking at the perspective that he's going to get on this motorcycle and take off and she's gonna be stuck with the kids. I'm afraid that she's worried. It's going to be like he's a kid where you buy them a very expensive toy and five days later. They're playing with the box. No quick i. I think she's more worried that she's going to be left home a lot by herself. My suggestion to him is to go down to myrtle beach bike week. Just the two of them and rent a bike for the week brought that up. I know idea but okay and that sees. The problem is is probably. She doesn't want he's always at the radio stations. She doesn't want to be stuck with the kids while he's out having a good time that's true. Oh he's on having fun here. That's for sure. I'm never having a good time and be i'm having a good done. I mean she she would probably feel guilty that the kids would be with the babysitter and she would be out having a good time. You know with them together. And i can understand you know her point of the you know equation too but That's the case. If that's how you think she feels what's their solution then. You might have to wait. Wait till the kids are in high school. At least but see the thing is is my five year old. You're not going to be able to get him off the back of that bike. That's going to be the thing. I'm never gonna ride it alone. He's always going to be on the back of that bike. Ain't got safe driver out the five year old. Yeah motorcycles there safely talking about come on. he's he's he's i. I'd be much more worried about his thousand cholesterol than i drive around the grand scheme of things. That's probably a little bit more dangerous more dangerous having a cookie just walking around walking around barbecue. Sandwich could kill me. Not the point you might as well get a harley. How long you have talks thing. Now dave has after forty kids now. Many we decided you have up to forty now. I have an extra gatto said this once. We were i've taken in my nephew pre-take during the day and thirty at forty two forty one more forty. What's one more so she's at that age. We're all he does is eat poops sleep so not much you need to do with it. So nicknamed him plasma. Why because he's my plasma. Tv fund referred to them now. I referred to them. Is plasma over. come on plasma. it's time come on plasma. Thank you know lovely. Lovely parenting there but My sister-in-law and brother-in-law the one i referred to last night about using the bathroom in front of everybody they're big into hip transcend year. Money and my money is a big thing. And we went on vacation with one year and my sister-in-law is very tight with a dollar hilfiger a splitting a bill down to like the penny. I've a friend like that. i can't. i'm like page. I can't what your nickel and dime. I'll just pay for it and so Just go to her husband and say pay pay for for that. We'll finally were standing there in a candy store somewhere in the middle of chicago and she's like pay for it and he's like i can't what did you do with all your money. And just had a fit with him right in front of everybody because he spent all his money on her. And i love it. It's his money right money. Her money thing is. I think that's a little strange when it comes to marriage. Yes so you know. That's you know. My wife. And i have a rule if it's over fifty dollars. We just let each other know. Thinks that way we know now how about his and her bikes at the same time. I just want one isn't hers because then it's not only for you. It's for the both of you and you women will eat that up but then you have to buy them because too expensive if you buy them new. It's our thing to do together. Honey imagine how romantic would be you know if we could take a weekend without the kids on a bike ride. And you've got two kids so one can on the back of each take them to her mom's house The two of us and we could camp under the stars and you know just ride the open range and how romantic that would be. We have to stop every five seconds. She can use the bathroom because it got messed up. Nikki real quick nikki real quick. 'cause we gotta go. I got to hear your story. We actually do with the experts suggest except we take about ten steps further We have a household account that we spend all the bills out of and that money has to win their first every month and then a certain amount has to go into savings every month and then we each have a checking account. That's our mad money. And that's our you know crazy money. And we get proportional to our income so of course because he makes more than i do. He gets a little bit more than i do but he also has more expensive hobbies right And so anything we buy for ourselves comes out of money so if we wanted to buy say a motorcycle and has to we have to save up for it and get it out of our money. That's actually a really good idea. And he actually does What are called track days where he takes his motorcycle to a racetrack and races. It oh wow. In like a non-competitive if there is such a thing type arena and those costs anywhere between with tires and bike maintenance about five hundred dollars per track day it. He wants to go do that. He has to spend that money out of his account. Right which is going to save up for it because it's a different amount every month depending on your bills and how much he's made and that kind of thing right exactly plus we also have an excel spreadsheet Where we chart. We have categories like gas and groceries and electric and gas. And all that and we see how much we spend on each month. I really smart. If there's a problem where the problem is and we account for every penny that we spend. That's why it's smart and then and then every year tax season. You don't have to worry about the irs. Because everything is tracked there and you have to worry about. You know going through bags trying to find receipts. That's very smart. You should do that. Anthony an excel spreadsheet watching kids at night or something. Hey chad that's what we should do. We should turn your house into a daycare old day. Hair doggy daycare daycare. Chad's house right chad. There you go. People drop off their dogs at your house. They can run on your backyard. You can take care of them during the day. Chad's doggy daycare. Brilliant love it and you can call every dog plasma arc wine complain until actually get the tv. That's man like having to do anything like that. Better in the manley approach..
Cooper And Anthony Show
"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"Then he was looking to get the this count brilliant. Why would i want to actually work when i can just whine and complain and eventually get it. Anyway i agree with him would just be way more. You know way less trouble just to go out and earn it now. I can complain all day and your joy to live with laurie. How do you get something that you really want. Well i'm a girl so there are certain ways we can get what we want. We can hold out a whole lot longer than you can. And that's not fair see. Well life.
Cooper And Anthony Show
"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"Money for bills and health. Insurance can do it that way. That's that's great. I mean whatever works for you. But i've seen a couple of my friends. Their marriages ripped apart by the issue of money. And it's like why don't you just try combining your money you know but they for some reason would refuse to do it and i just thought it was so silly by but we we make sure we combine because we know i mean he and i both the same way with money if somebody hands us a if we get one hundred dollars we spend a hundred dollars so we have to ensure that we put the money aside for all of our bills and then you know and then have have two words. I control the money in our house. Only because my wife deplorable with it. She's like you said the type that would she ends up thousand dollars it shoe money and she doesn't think anything about all the mortgage or anything else and i i control it but i don't control it like a dictator but you know if if i didn't nothing get paid and it's kind of a burden actually i mean i kinda hate it but you know it has to be done right because if you didn't do if you didn't do nobody would right and the autumn street or you can live anthony's harley right in the garage with me right now anthony if i if i get a plasma where you buy my big screen tv because that'll help if i can get a couple of hundred bucks for dad. Yeah no problem. Why don't you so. Wait chad chad. You probably have enough interesting stuff between all the cd's and dvd's and stuff you have. Why don't you sell a bunch of stuff on ebay including your your big screen tv. And i bet you'll have enough money to buy plasma screen or could just wait for the government rebate and then. I'm give them a couple of hundred bucks now that you're going to give them money for his other. Tv oh so you walk in by his tv because that would that would look cool in my office now might even throw in an extra tivo too. I can just throw that in You have to deal. I don't plan. Let's make a high don. Hello how's everybody doing this evening. We well wit contentious in the room. I gotta be honest with you. Well i'm about throw some more. Go ahead the bucket As far as harley goes man. i've had like nine or ten different bikes. I'm in the middle forties. And i'm type of person when i get on my bike i forget about my family. I forget about my job. I hit the highways it. Roll a good thing. No it's definitely not because i ended up selling every day going one my wife now. The youngest daughter turns eighteen. You can go and get another one. I got two more years left days. How old are you okay. Pardon you counting the days you keep going into your daughter's going held out get out now. I i keep looking at birth certificates and hanging guys can i. He likes you on hot kidding. But you know For some people. You know my wife. And i have always threaten throw our money into the same pot and a matter of fact my wife is consigned mining. Better and i can't on we've always had you know a good relationship with that and there's been no problems but it comes down to getting a bike dude. You got to cave your old lady in the sympathy. Things they man. I'm just every time you see a bike. Start drool and i do. And i'd start by calling her my old lady early like that. Hey each as long as it works for you guys. Thank you done. No you gotta call them. My ole because it's a bike term. Social thank you. A real biker. Then right is that why you're going to get another tattoo. Yes because it's gonna look great when i ride my tour. You always go into the harley davidson store for like clothes and stuff and now the tattoo you're basically a biker without a bike there it just don't have a bike so you figure if you look the part she'll give in right so you willing to to manipulate your body got the harley davidson license plate and the sticker on the back of my car. I got the shirts. Got all that. But i don't have the by chatila close baby steps into the store and cool close to maybe see heidi. That's smart that's the move to get her interested to say you know could be cool if she lives. She buys it stuff. Yes she looks. She's a hot chick your wife. She great and that stuff you know if you let her ride the bike drive it every once in a while. Well that's not gonna happen. Well then forget it. Forget it she's gonna be able to drive the bike to what's going to happen. She's going to want her own sports right. Yeah that's cute. See get our sportster okay. You should start with that. You should get the that serves one by one for himself. Get one for her first has apper where she gets turned around back to buying her something on a ride by yourself. She'll want you to get one exactly. You really don't understand. Women married usually. Don't get to see this in action this usually we're just blindsided and i end up. Whatever i know you get her. The sportster she gets into it goes. This is kind of cool. Yeah maybe you should buy when we should ride to get can go out and buy a bike and that's fine. That's how it works making a big mistake birthday coming up. Yes see it. Should i'm telling you open the garage. Let the sportster there for her. Your golden. You'll have a harley no time you really looking at this the wrong way mirror you know. We're talking about here right. i definitely do. And how do you guys handle things at your house. Well we actually my husband and i. We had a joint checking account for many many years and every married couple. We fought over money constantly. I think because my husband. And i had two different outlooks on money. Like he was really penny pincher and i was not and so he would just complain to me constantly that i wasn't watching what i was spending right and then he was probably right. We decided to separate checking accounts and yes. He makes much more money than i do. I own my own business. I don't bring in very much in because you know we're not profitable but But what we've done instead of just putting everything down the middle is. We made a monthly budget of what all of our expenses are in he and what we need for spending and then so he takes the majority of the bill. Take what. I can afford to take like the kids. You know preschool tuition and groceries and leaving us what we want for sending and then you do have extra money so you can spend you. Don't ask him. We both get extra spending money. You know but i take the bills that i can afford to pay and still leave me what i want. And he takes the bills that he can afford to pay instill as him what he wants. So it's not like we say. I have to pay half the mortgage and i have to pay half the car insurance. Thank you thank you. That's that's actually a good way to handle it all right. So how do you handle the money stuff at home and do you guys to ask each other permission. Laurie what do you think about chad. Well how should he handle this. Well i like the idea that somebody else suggested are getting a second job with those earnings going exclusively to whatever you're looking to get his job should be at like best buy so. Then he gets. The employee discounts. That so you can get in even better plasma..
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"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"A whole different story they're cooper. It's not about the money it's are on the way home to the middle age crisis going on over there however if he is saving if he buys a harley with the way that the economy is going in gas mileage. And what have you. Bikes are get outrageous gas mileage in mileage on the thank you gas and what have you wouldn't have to spend more money putting gas in whatever vehicle. He had any net investments mileage. Thanks i see. I mean it all works out and you just have to be able to go okay. Look this is what. I want you right that goal down and you say for it and you take you. Don't take away from the household income but you take your own money your say twenty five dollars and then guess what you go out and buy plasma. Tv and then when she says well. Where did you go get the money for that. You say i saved it. Twenty five dollars. A pay period is not a big deal. It wasn't a loss it wasn't it didn't hurt the household income or anything of that. Sort right right. That's that's that's a week's pay me twenty five dollars. Math figure out twenty five dollars every two weeks divided into twenty one thousand. Tell me how long it's gonna take Basically approximately ten years ten years. Well that's good. Then you'll really be mid- middle that midlife crisis three wheeler hurley. You'll need one then. Hey ken what's wrong. With getting a three wheeler harley. That's what i won't really little sidecar. A free wheeler don't have sidecar have assigned car because he's got kids. I don't not anymore but anthony does. Well yeah well. He does but if he gets a three wheeler right once right behind him. He's he's got his little little dog. He's got his little crazy but i think stupid taking over Oh he is. He's getting a little dog -als get him. The dog goals a little helmet. Put them in the. Yeah it's actually be adorable looking at this wrong way. How how's that first off if you want and you bad enough go by. That's the best way to do it at the same time. Make sure the bills are paid. And everything's took care of like basically be money. They're not three wing right. And they also my bummed out from under me two weeks ago. I if you if you have excess income if you have disposable income. I could see doing this but disposable income. I'm poor now. I'm single so see now you'll have more money. we've not. Yeah we'll figure it out. I am going to have more money. We also figured out something else. If you're like me know. I know you know i have a couple of two or three guns at the same time now. I know that if. I wanna buy in you when you know when when i married if i go by sneaky needed throughout time and put it in the gun safe said we're dot com from off. Had that wow yeah see. We can't do that with a bike and a tv though. Yeah can't wait around. A standing is if he gets that bike. He's going to be single. No i won't be single. If i just go by what i'm saying if you go if you go tomorrow and by that bike you'll be single the next day that she's not going to stay around for that spending all your money on the in the garage sleeping with that bike exactly especially because taxis and just happened only. I wouldn't mind seeing that. If what if if it's that bike that i got email from minnesota. I wouldn't mind sleeping with that. That's good because you're going to be carolina up william. What do you think about all this. I think y'all got it wrong. My partner has got it figured out of ood every single time. I spend a penny on anything right. Dale and they don't even ask me they just sit there put their name next to it if subtract it from my what do you mean or stand. Okay say say. I just want to go get a screwdriver. For something or dollars and ninety five cents putting the ledger really saddened up. And then when when my partner won't something they sit there and take their that amount. Subtract that from the ledger. I want to save money. I have to keep. I have to keep myself from overspending right. Never willie what do you think of this this morning on the today show. That just happen to be talking about this. Now that i think about it and they said that you should have one account that is just for the household expenses and then you should each have a separate account of. You're not allowed to ask what i do with the money. Oh no that creates mistrust in in a relationship. I thought so too but that was the advice of the expert was giving she was saying you have to have an account of. I can do whatever i want to with this money. Or i guarantee if i try to hide money my partners that's right. There is gone paying more ways than one. I wonder if people do that. Have a separate accounts their own that they can do whatever they want with it but not a private account that you say to the other person. Okay i'm taking two thousand dollars. Here's your thousand. No questions asked what you do with that money. I think there's people out there who are married and still split the mortgage the mortgage. Is you know two thousand dollars. You pay a thousand dollars soundly. And i split the rent do really. Oh yeah we we because we both don't have a lot of money so who's supposed to support who here so we just we. We have one account for all of our bills. We both put an equal amount in every month. And then we just pay all our bills out of that account and then he has a separate account. And i have a separate account that we just you know little little free spending money money party money. Yeah shoe money shoe money and for him guitar money guitar string money well guitar string. Money is more like it. Yeah actually lately suck money. He's bought some socks that's about all he can afford chris. What's your solution here. My solution is kind of kind of simplistic solution. But just create a another income source That's what i did. My wife and i would vicar of this all the time. I mean we didn't combine our incomes and the household bills and everything gets paid first and then the rest of it goes into retirement. Everything else but she would always complain that you know by this. I wanna buy that. And i would always tell her. Why don't you just create a little business. Do this do this. And i told her this for years and finally have to. Do you know what i'm gonna do it by did it. And i started a little business that you know. It makes an extra five hundred dollars a month but now you know she has to have the to fifty and happy and when you think there's good idea to get into to get a second job just until what you want is paid off chat wants a plasma screen. Tv let's get. He gets a job. That's maybe two three months where he makes you know enough money for the plasma screen tv and then quits right exactly. That's exactly it only mine is a more permanent. You know Income stream but still it solve the problem and to your point about splitting bills. If you're married. I think that the income is you know the alphabet income. I i think the a bad idea for couples to say walk. I this is my money that your money because ultimately one person makes more than other and in in the end it's just going to create resentment when hey you got all this money and i'm struggling. They have to build here at least. That's the way i i didn't have enough. And he was like. I got it on months that he didn't have enough and i was like i got it. It's not really. I mean it's not contentious. It's just that we just we just wanna make sure because we're the kind of people that we just we'll just go spend money and they'd be like oh rent right so we specifically take take a portion of each one of our income every month just to make sure that we have.
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"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"And jennifer aniston. You know we talk about the things in pop culture that intrigue us that that trick our brain make us think in those. These are the things that made us think but fifteen years ago we can still talk about it like a happened last sunday. I know it's pretty cool. Bothers me that much bad. Still go back and is still. Watch the show. Now yeah right. That's how that's how good a show. It was yeah and now we have to go back because dexter is going to start next week. Yeah i don't have showtime to you now so new while i'm going to have to. Why showtime it. Now watch it on the the free stick. Yeah honestly i have. And i have to go back now and watch at least the last season so we did. We went back and we watch dexter from the beginning. I will tell you from from the beginning. A long trip every bit of it holds up except for the jimmy smith season. The minute jimmy smits star just fast forward to the last season. Don't even bother with jimmy smith. It's terrible still one of the greatest shows. And i can't wait to see what they do with this one journey back in time. Bernie anthony show back. Hey it's cooper anthony. Michaels is here and we've just been shouting at each other's entire time. We're all just sitting here to say hello anthony and shed barrowman the corner. You say hello. Please thank you heidi woman in the corner alot. Just feel like you know. We're we're busy shouting each other. Let's just finish it up. Okay let's go for it. Started from heidi. She got a A dvr we finally talked her into binding dvr now. She loves it now. She wants a second one and now. Her husband wants a playstation three. Because it's such a good deal. It's a good way. Get a blu ray. So but he's got to beg her to get playstation three. Why should he have to beg her ticket a playstation three because they have a relationship because because their money is spent by both of them if they were both independently wealthy. They had a lot of money thing. Go by what he wants. But it's not like the i mean. How are you very wealthy. And we don't know about this. no okay. So when they make purchases of their house they have to consult each other. because it's a luxury item in this economy. What what do you but you can go running around the coach store all day long looking for shoes and purses you don't have to ask us you come home with a thousand dollars worth of clothes and he can't buy three hundred dollars. Dvr dvd's no one's coming home in two thousand dollars worth of clothes. Nobody in this room is coming thousand. Because no i'd closer you crazy. That's a whole different story. Nobody hears up. Put your wife okay. This weekend your wife. And i were emailing back and forth pictures of shoes at each other. Did she buy anything. Okay well what are you complaining about. And the poor woman was tortured by trying on fantastic shoes that you knew she couldn't purchase. You got an email from her the other day asking you if she can purchase something. That didn't sound like it was all that expensive. So what are you talking about. Your wife asks you all the time. If she can buy stuff yeah what are you talking about. I wouldn't have said anything if she wanted to buy the shoes if she wanted to buy those coach shoes she could've bought him. I don't care you only live once you don't care you care. Then how come. She didn't buy them. Because i didn't want to buy them. That's not true. which had. How long have you been asking begging your wife to get a big screen. Tv well probably close to two years at this point. But here's the thing chad. Why do you need a big screen. Tv so you now. You sound like what's wrong like you have no tv at your house. It's not like i mean you've got a very nice television your house but assault hd. Yeah so what. It's only fifty three inches. Hd but for the same reason why when shawn lee's playstation two broke. He didn't by playstation three. And i said go buy one. What do i care. Go buy a playstation three. Your christmas present your birthday present you. They're not that expensive right now. You can get one the games and all that he said because he doesn't wanna encourage himself to stay home and play playstation all day. Okay riddle me. This batman if chatter. I like chad big screen. I want a harley. Everybody knows that. Kind of harley I want a you know a At boy now cute little name the blackout. One metre entering night train. Riddle me this. If we want these things how do we get our wives interested in us getting them. How do we talk him into it. Heidi had the head of great point. She said that she said that we should. We should just talk about it nonstop. Not don't ask for it. Just talk about it. You know and the and i do this to us in this latest consumer reports. Here's here's the tv's hdtv's essay or the best right uh-huh so i think heidi had the idea to death right hide. It works on me. i'm a wimp. So he's been just over and over just saying to you over and over about the playstation. Oh no it's not the playstation. There's bigger face. yeah see. that's the thing once once somebody okay chat after you get an an. Hdtv plasma screen tv. He'll be you're not gonna want anything else. You're not gonna start. You are no you would just all about. You gotta get a car gotta get a new car. Got a new car. You finally got a new car. Now you're on the plasma screen tv. It's always going to be something else. That's it's not like. This is the one thing you've wanted some. She's met you. That is what i said to. My husband always the next thing. They're never happy they're never satisfied. How do you know how long sean lee was on me about the psp along the second came out esp psb. Finally that christmas. I bought him a. Psp the thing broke got fixed thing broke. I said let's buy you another one. He said no playstation three playstation. Three chad's wife can go get stuff for the are. Do all this and rooms painted rooms painted new stuff to make your house more valuable. She won't even ask chech- let's go do it. Because she's doing things that incr- that increase the property value of their house. Let's see his big screen. Tv could increase the property value up. Because somebody could walk in when they want to buy that house and see chad's big-screen tv in that ruins awol mine would fit in here also. I don't think that's gonna we're gonna we're gonna offer more than they're asking. Let me tell you something. Your house is enormous when people walk in. They know a big plasma screen. Tv can fit there. It's not like it's a mystery. It's not it's my four hundred square foot apartment. And then when i sell my house they'll they'll say wow. Look at that bike in the garage. Mike will fit in the garage to kevin. What's your solution. All this my solution is first of all ted anthony. Do your wives work mine does. Yeah kinda sorta yeah okay. So what do you do if to in all the arguments in in what have you is the take a portion of your money that you make on a weekly basis or a monthly basis biweekly and put that twenty five dollars a week or pay period. When you save that money up then go. Buy your plasma. Tv anthony futile twenty. Five dollars out of your check. It's not gonna hurt the household income but once you up enough twenty five dollars a week. Then go buy you a harley. And i'll be seventy five years from now. Kevin you what to start kevin. The other thing about the harley. It's dangerous and he's the father of two young children. Maybe his wife doesn't want him tooling around on a harley that that's.
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"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"Somebody who is so self-focused it comes out like that post. She's a nice girl. She dan pa- by three but she only takes off the top part of a clue the naked copper anthony show. The hollywood reporter has got david chase and they're finally going to say 'cause he kind of let it slip. What happened at the end of the sopranos right so he always said that the end of the sopranos you. It's up to you you. He's not going to tell you whether tony soprano dies or not when it goes to black but he did slip a few months back and called his death scene right so a guy finally got him on the couch and said did you slip. Did you have another idea in mind when it came to the ending of the sopranos. What really happened For the two thousand eighteen book the sopranos sessions which Guys who wrote at the time. I think for the new jersey star ledger. Which was the paper. Tonio is read matt zoller sites and alan seven while they interview and ask you to talk about the june tenth. Two thousand seven series finale. With of course don't stop believing in the famous. Cut the black and all of that. You said quote well. I had that death scene in mind for years before close quote. Yes so that was the quote that people went. What what right and i said. Do you remember. Specifically when the ending i came to you and be was that a slip of the tongue was it. I'm asking you know now. Because the scene i had in my mind was not seen nor did i think of cutting to what i had. I had a scene in which tony comes back from a meeting in new york and his car every at the beginning of every show we came from new york and new jersey and the last teams are going to be coming from new jersey rackets for meeting at which he was going to be killed whacked. And when did the alternative ending. I do you remember when it occurred to you but not like is. It's not the kind of thing where sometimes i've spoken with. Show runners who say. I know at the beginning. Exactly how much shows gonna end or by now. Would he be considered a show runner or whatever it sounds like when you were writing you like to stay six scripts out of where you were in the action. I think i had. I had this notion. I was driving out ocean park boulevard. The airport and i saw a little restaurant was kind of like a shack. Serve breakfast for some reason. I thought tony she get it in a place like that why. I don't know that was two years before. What did you make of the the the reaction to the finale. Where the whole episode was great. But people sort of fixated on and nobody said anything about the episode true. Nobody did and is that annoying I had no idea. It would. Cause that. I mean i forget was going on in iraq or someplace and didn't matter or in london had been bombed and talking about that. They were talking about the sopranos. Now both we can hold two thoughts in our head. I couldn't credit you. Had no idea would be that much of a an uproar it was it annoying. What was annoying was how many people wanted to see. Tony killed that that they wanted to see it. They wanna confirmation. They wanted to see him. Go face down in the linguini. You know right linguini seven years. I always true but don't tell me you don't love him in some way. Don't tell me you're not on his side in some way. You wanna see. Kill you on justice. Done your criminal after watching this. Shrek anthony talking to you. Yeah so we wanted closure and i think vis was somewhat of closure for me Because he's the only guy that knows so if he dies without telling anybody nobody will ever know. No but here's the thing i wonder. I don't know that he really knows. I think i think he did that. Scene leaving it open to interpretation too people going to get whacky. Knock get wacked. I mean. Here's the thing remember tony. We've discussed this before when tony was in the boat with Whoever it was a was his face with the actor's name the big fat guy. Yes he is. The steve sherpa character and he said bobby back a lot and he said something like You know when it's over it's just blackness like it just goes to black or something to that effect you know when they when they whack you. You don't see it coming. It's just it goes it's it's blackness it's over And that's what we saw so it seems pretty obvious to me that he got wacked. And we're seeing it from tony's perspective rather than from our perspective which we'd seen the whole time we see it from. We've been watching everybody get killed. We see them get wack. We see we never see it from the perspective of the person getting murder. That's brilliant right. And i think that's what we saw in that moment But that's my interpretation. I think that's why the ending was so brilliant is because it leaves it up to an interpretation and i think more shows should do that they should leave it to the audience to decide pivotal moments rather than spoonfeed. Every little thing that happens. Yeah i see your point because if you remember six feet under they had to close every character on how they died. Their death was yeah. Yeah so he knew exactly how everybody died in that show. And so that was a different closure Then the sopranos right well. Yeah but it's fitting to the show like seeing so if you're six feet under fan You know that in the very last scene lauren. Ambrose is in the car. The red had a daughter get her carrie's name. She's in the car driving across country and she sort of wistfully thinking about life and you go into her future where you're seeing. How everybody in the show gets murdered. Which might what gets killed or dies or whatever which makes sense because it six feet under. It's about death it's about. You know family morticians that makes sense just the way that the sopranos ending also makes sense because tony gave us hints and clues all along that that ending was coming. So i don't know what d- what bullshit david chase was telling the hollywood reporter but i think he's right the minute he saw that place on the side of the road he said this is how how. And where. tony's gonna die. I love that it's been fifteen years and were still talking about this scene and a tv. Show them well. Yeah i mean that's that's who we are as a culture of you think about it. I mean jennifer. Aniston and brad pitt have been divorced for fifteen. They've been divorced longer than they were. even married. and people still talk about angelina. Jolie brad pitt.
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"10 years ago" Discussed on Cooper And Anthony Show
"English is so perfect right. You know it. It's a little off putting me because the watch and korean with subtitles. Then oh i can do that. Yeah oh yeah. I like it better in korean with subtitles. it makes more sense. Oh i didn't know you could do that. Yes it was one episode. I just wanted to see what it would be like with the over dubbing and a the acting a little weird it's weird because the the people who are in it who are like acting and then as a voice guy being like what do you mean No the guys like. What do you mean Oh see. I can actually probably get into it. Yeah because it's it's it's off putting to me. It's like a bad old karate movie right. that's what it feels like. That's what i'm saying. Watch it in korean with subtitles. That's the better way to watch it. I'm telling you. God 'cause they just hired voice people to do right perfect english and just it's weird and it doesn't go with the mouth and i think audio is often. I'm trying to fix it all the time right and some stuff doesn't translate properly because i tried it. I was kinda curious. I was like those are weird lines so what i did was. I watched it it in english with subtitles. What they're saying. And what i was reading were also two different thing all. That's really confusing right. So yeah no watch in korean. It makes way more sense in korean. Okay got it. Yeah for sure you save me because the whole time. I'm watching i'm going. Oh yeah people are being killed. That's that's really bad. But i really can't get into this. It's off putting to me. 'cause that's all i think about is is the over dubbing right now and it takes you out of the storyline. Because you're not really focused on the story smelly pirate hooker. Smells like the floor kitchen and my fraternity. How much. I love you know. We had him on. The show was most exciting day in my life. I mean i just think he's so talented and funny because even with one direction at you know what direction was okay. I didn't love them. I probably wasn't. I was a little probably too old for one direction like i wasn't thirteen when they were out. You know But i recognized early. I remember i said to carry styles. He's he's the justin timberlake. He's the breakout star. He's the one and sure enough. The minute he came out with his first solo album we played the fuck out of it and i had like two or three songs that i love that i made you play over and over and there was some days that we just like as a surprise you remember i was like play again and we were on the air and you played it twice in a row for me for him so much razi. Yeah i love it so much. And i love it. He's with olivia wilde. who's older. I love their relationship. I love harry. Styles wearing nail polishes dresses and skirts and dressing. Like you know gender nonconformist outfits. Oh i just. I love everything about him. He's amazing amazing. So if you didn't love him already. He did something at the milwaukee concert tour love on tour. All right now He did something at his milwaukee concert that has endeared me to him for the rest of my life. A fan showed up. I have a little piece of it a little the several clips that people took a bit. And it's just. It's a lot. So i just i the fan that this happened to. I have her video but she shows up by gave you a little bit background. She sitting like the second row right there. She got her mom a ticket at the last minute and the moms ticket was up in section two. Oh one which is important to the story In the mom's like you know you love harry styles. I love harry sells through you. I wanna go to concert so the mom is up there in section two. oh one. She's down in front and she has a sign. That says i want to come out to my mom. Can you help me thinking like it's weird. You bring assigned to a concert but she did and he sees it and acknowledges it.
"10 years ago" Discussed on KTRH
"Better part of 10. Years ago, This woman was not a member of the school board when she sent out a slew of tweets that have somehow managed to resurface. I wonder how that happened. I don't know who Kate Bishop is. I don't know what she stands for. I only know that she is a member of the Chula Vista Elementary School District board in California has been since 2020. And somehow, all of a sudden these old Twitter messages are showing up and They can look pretty bad. One of them says I'm pretty sure I hit my sexual peak today. Somebody bring me an 18 year old boy stat. And you're on the school board. Well, like I said she wasn't back then. Another tweet that she posted in 2011 read off to the park to see what hot three year old girls my kid can hit on. She said that you know she was trying to be funny. Their past mistakes. They don't have anything to do with who or what she is today. But one of the things that we've learned and and if nothing else, because, like I said, I don't know this woman. Don't know what she meant by what she did. Maybe indeed, she was just trying to be funny. Maybe she is a little strange. I don't know what her politics are and whether or not there's somebody some parents have an extra grind for things have nothing to do with tweets and have everything to do with her positions. As a member of the school board. All those things are possible. But the one thing I think we can all continue to learn from this is that you should realize this even if you're just on Facebook and you see your your memories pop up from something you posted Five years ago or even 10 years ago. That stuff never goes away. Once you put it out there it is there for everybody to see and to come and can come back to haunt you at any time or any moment so You know again, big lesson we can teach our kids is Think about what it is. You're posting before you post it. Because it will probably be a part of your permanent record in life. 7 39 time for traffic and weather together that's going to check in with sky might let's do your Katy Freeway. Now We've got a report of an extent before Mason Road and it looks to be on the inbound that would sure explain all those.
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"Who was fired 10 years ago. The court also ordered that Rachel Tutor received back pay. The lawsuit filed by the U. S. Justice Department alleged the university discriminated against tutor on the basis of her gender and retaliated against her by denying her tenure when she complained about the discrimination beginning in November. Still, water residents will see an increase in their electric bills. Margo Moreno has details the city owes more. Than $7 million to the Grand River Dam Authority for wholesale power that was purchased during the Big Winter storm in February. About half that amount will be recouped from Stillwater residents over a three year period. The average residential bill will increase by about $2.50 per month. Stillwater doctor says The search in Covid patients at Stillwater Medical Center is taking a big toll on those who work at the hospital. I want to let you know that our staff is physically exhausted. Emotionally spent in psychologically impacted. The strain on them has never really been greater Doctor Woody Jenkins has staff turnover has been high, he says. The hospital has lost a third of its ICU nurses over the past few months from the Ellen Samuels. Volkswagen weather Studio. Alan Samuels, Volkswagen, your friend in the car business. We have a slight chance of storms this morning. Then it will be mostly sunny with a high around 88. Tonight will be in the upper sixties. I'm Jacqueline Scott NewsRadio went 1000 Katie Okay on the air and online at k t okay dot com. News radio 1000 Katie. Okay, Oklahoma's first news. He raid your fridge. Breda borrows your car without asking scratches. What scratches? He's your brother in law, I'll Pete. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way to stay on top of my health. Yes. I'm Colin Guard prescription colon cancer screening option for people 45, plus an average risk have used screen for colon.
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"10 years ago on charges including terrorism, hijacking and murder. Soccer legend Pele is recovering from surgery in Brazil to remove a tumor from his colon hospital in Sao Paulo may be able to remove to move pay lay out of intensive care. Today, tests are under way to determine if the tumor is malignant. Paley is 80, a French soccer player dies after 39 years in a coma Jean Pierre Adams went in for surgery on his knee in 1980 botched anesthesia due to a hospital strike led to cardiac arrest and the long term coma through decades. He has been cared for at home by his wife, Adams was 73 the perseverance Rover perseveres and collects a sample of Mars rock After a week of trying, it's a core a little bit thicker than a pencil now sitting in an air tight tube waiting for another robotic craft. Land nearby, pick it up and bring it to Earth. Hopefully later in the decade, reporter Peter King says that lander hasn't been built yet. In the meantime, the rover nicknamed Percy will collect more samples. WSB news time 7 19 w SBS Brad Mitts and his dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda Pest management they handle bugs and critters. And this morning WP Storm tracker radar shows some isolated downpours parts of the North Metro. Primarily, we've got the heaviest downpours that have now moved out of Sandy Springs and two done what? He left some wet roads on the top in perimeter, and we've got scattered downpours across cab north Fulton, parts of Gwinnett, the cab and in the Cherokee County. These are all moving towards the north Northeast. Left scattered showers and storms this afternoon. Rain chance later today at 40% with a high of 85 Otherwise mostly cloudy will be mostly cloudy with rain chance up to 60% tomorrow Low 70 high 84, then drier air settles in as we head towards the end of the week. For Thursday. Humidity dropping just a 20% chance of Australia's shower Otherwise partly cloudy, low 68 high 84 9 by five day forecast for Friday and Saturday. Low humidity, Lots of sunshine. Cool mornings Friday morning starts at 62 in town. Could be some upper fifties in some of the northern parts of the Metro area and then sunny and 85 Friday afternoon Saturday, mostly sunny, low 63 high 87 recapping the forecast for today. Isolated showers this morning. Scattered showers and storms this afternoon 40% chance of rain later today and a high of 85 right now we're 71 MP Street Street. Entitled to Action News meteorologist Bread and it's 95.5 WSB. That's 7 21. It's time to look at the morning drive again..
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"And bringing home and eating chocolate chip mint, baby. Uh, chocolate chip mint. Oh, that's my favorite. Oh, I love chocolate equipment. There's some good items. Are you a rib fan? Do you like ribs? I do like ribs. But, you know, I prefer not to get my hands so messy. Yeah, That's the only thing I hate about it. I'm not a for for a lot of people that listen out there that really like grilling. They consider themselves Grill Master. I'm not a grill master. I can do burgers and dogs and steaks and things like that. Chicken is difficult to cook and not burn. So I'm not not successful chicken or ribs or anything like that. So I'm not actually a grill Master. I can I can grill like I said, the easy stuff. But it's the people that really they have their smokers. And they have their special grills that use charcoal. Yeah, I mean, it tastes really good when you do that, Like, I know more and more people that are really like heavy duty into it nowadays like that. Oh, yeah, they have that. What is a Traeger Grill? That that's really sophisticated and you can use use your smartphone. So fancy. Yeah, it's all fancy. I got the, uh you know, I got the Got the 2 $300 Grill 10 years ago, and I still I'm using until it totally dies. And it's just boom. Get the fire. Let's go. I do like the flat Iron Grill, though it's good and you can use it for the occasional large breakfast. If you're having if you're having a big breakfast like it for Mother's Day or something, you can go out there. You can do some pancakes. You can do some hash browns and bacon in the exit. And what's the drink of choice? Uh, what do you drink it today? Probably high. Nunes. You don't know high Nunes. What's the high noon High Noon is like a white cloth, but it has vodka instead of the multi beverage So in in Pennsylvania, people probably won't even believe this. You can only buy beer at a specific beer place. You can't buy hard alcohol where they sell beer. And you can only buy a case of beer. The places that sell cases of beer only can sell cases of beer. You need to get to get a 40 or six Packer at 12 Pack. You needed to go to a separate store to get less alcohol. Now, that's backwards State. It's ridiculous. So like, so you have to go to the to a state run liquor store to get where they're called High Noon, so they're like a white claw. But it's vodka and soda or They have this. It's called cut water, and they have a they have a mascot. Moscow mule. If you know what the Moscow mule is normally come to the bar in those nice copper cups. They had them too, which are delicious. I love them. So that's my I'm you know, I'm not an I P a guy. I'll drink light beer. If I'm drinking beer, I like the Seltzer's and those things. You know, probably going to like all the men out there are probably like, Oh, You don't like beer? Beer? Is the real drink. No, I 100 Calories gives you It gives you a nice little buzz, and then you're out and then it's good. Marv Albert last night wrapped up his his illustrious career. It was, um I knew it was coming. We talked about More. I think it's the beginning of the playoffs. We talked about how this was his his last run. And you know, I'm sure for him. It's emotional. 55 years of broadcasting games, which is is amazing. That I mean, 55 years to be doing it, not just on a national level as being the you know, being the head NBA on TNT. Even Kevin Harlan. For years before that. NBC and the Knicks and the Rangers, Uh There It is. Done it at all. I can just see Bob Costas. He throws it to Marv Albert. Yes? Right, like, Isn't that basketball? What do I think about when I hear this, I think of Michael Jordan, John Starks and the Knicks. The Reggie Miller, The Reggie Miller Pacers. Anthony Nation, Charles Oakley for the Knicks. And Marv Albert. I mean, really, it's It's the end of an era and I had a colleague. He tweeted out that Marv Albert, which should be considered a top 10, broadcaster of the last He said his lifetime so I'll say the last 40 years. Where does Marv stack up? When it comes to the great broadcasters. Obviously you have the The box and the Al Michaels and the gym. Nance's they are, You know, they're if they do it for a really long time because Marv Marv was Marv Did NFL on on NBC back when NFL on NBC had the.
"10 years ago" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"It would have been the clips from the video, but I think it's been replaced by a lot of that street art and public art that has been done around it that seems to have filled ah lot of our consciousness when it comes to that, and not your thoughts. Um, like I said earlier. I mean, I think I think there's there's a point of. There's a line that when you pass, it is just more of the same. So I think and and there's a million other causes out there that we should kind of being a dressing, so I think it's z. I mean, it's it's another tool. It's another outlet. It's another discipline to, you know, showcase. You know our thoughts on important matters. It's It's a great campus out there in the open, to share our thoughts and things there again important to us and to the communities that we're living. But like everything else, you know that there's good and bad. There's there's too much and too little and For sure that the progress that street heart in public art had in the last I would say 10 years has been such that there's a lot more acceptance and stuff like that, and that that's the major Issue. It's not about you know what specifics, you know or or what? What site specifically or or anything like that. It's about the fact that we can accept the fact that you know, people coming and Um, expressing themselves on walls on social justice issues and other things that are important and that's a great thing. I think that Zoe Awesome. That's freedom. Make it You've been freedom of painting. You've been doing this work for a little over 10 years now. Correct order in my timing off So over those 10 years. Have you seen the acceptance to it as an art form, Having changed and improved? Yes, yes, I'm really I'm so there's been a huge, um, change. I think from 10 years ago to now. And in all fields of food art on DPA. Public art. There's a lot of open it to, you know to murals. Off course I think it's a little tricky because you know the street art originally came from. I mean, one very big root of it is graffiti. On. But not everybody likes defeating. So when they go to a street artist and one something they kind of confused between giving freedom to the artists and asking for something and not paying, and, yes, saying, it's like it's like a Martin right now. It's going a little bit of a message, dude. Out there because they think it when somebody comes to me and say, Hey, I want you to paint That is commission. You can just ask me to do something and that then not pay me and call it street art. It doesn't work that way you have. You know if you give me complete freedom than it street art, and then I may or may not do it, but it's up to me. But it's It's kind of like people are a little bit confused on both sides. Because some some also, street artists are like no, we, You know now we want to get paid because everybody's gonna be paid or, you know, seemingly so. It's a little bit confusing. But like everything I think every every other change in society and I take scientist China Sea where it's. It's going to those important that you bring up the financial aspect of it. And Elliot, I'm sure because I know that you believe an artist should be paid for their work. And you folks work to make sure that artists can make a living both in our area. And in the other environments you work in correct. Absolutely their way are never a proponent of an artist dealing free work. Um, you know, sometimes I think you know it's an artist if they have Be that deer because you know, near and dear to their hearts and their more open to it, But I think it's you know, I artist get asked all the time. Hey, can you think this between Well, why not? Why can't you play it for free? And it just It doesn't make sense to me. Because would you ask the plumber to do the work for free? Would you ask if any other person who's doing their job to do something for free? And, um, I just Yeah, I definitely artist should always get paid. And you know, they should get paid 30. They should get paid. What you know they're what they what they require. Each artist has their own threshold. We're gonna take a quick break right here. When we come back, Dietrich found beaten. Felled is going to join us. He's a business expert. He's also going to talk about the economics of public art and how it also benefits our community. I'm reading the news We're talking with Elia Killers from up art studio and muralist. I'm not Ronan and we'll be taking your calls will be right back. As we re emerge from more than a year of isolation. There's a lot to navigate and relearn. I feel like I'll be facing a kind of reverse culture shock. 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"80 Wcbm. Baltimore is listening. 7 35 on Casey and company cars. Many Harrison studio to the top of the hour or get your calls and comments in just a second. I just want to get your reaction to in the last two weeks. You've had Dr Fauci on Dad at the N I, A. I D and Dr Collins at the NIH, both in testimony before Congress say they've never approved Gain of function gain of function research on any virus. And you know the United States or in China. 10. Years ago, they both co authored a op ed piece in The Washington Post, arguing. This was a risk worth taking. So they're for it. They wrote in favor of it. But now they're claiming they never approved money directly to the woman on his student urology or any other lab. And yet we find out that documents of Rand Paul has uncovered shows that they paid a third party this ICO Health alliance, and they may have in turn Funded. This isn't really a good idea to give any money to any lab that's run by the Chinese military, No and not and directly or indirectly, And that's where the lapse in judgment occurs. I mean, we ought to have known and we should have known from the beginning because there were reports that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was Was didn't have adequate biosecurity measures. We knew that the communist Chinese military ran the institute or had people high up in the institute. It's not a stretch to believe that that they were interested in gaining functions. So I think that we have we have to just broadly say we look, we're not gonna We're not going to give money to any institution directly or indirectly for anything. If that institution if we suspect that they are doing a gain of function research or that they're developing bioweapons? Yeah, I think that that's something Mike Pompeo has talked about Devon unions and others. There should be An official investigation into the origins of covert. Nobody seems too interested in that. You know, we have Joey be saying yesterday that the unvaccinated are going to pay a price. What about the child? Chinese? Will they ever pay a price for the unleashed on the world? No, I look, you know, Aziz Shakespeare says me thinks that they don't protest too much. I mean, the bottom line is that The most likely thing that happened was that this virus was in the lab in Wuhan and escape. That's the most likely thing. We have to get to the bottom of it At some point, all right, thanks. A phone calls here. Now let's go to pat in Baltimore Pack. Good morning. You're on the Congressman Harris. Morning, Sean and Dr Howard. I have two questions. First one, I found my federal taxes. Over two months ago. And as of the state are still not having gotten my refund. And I was wondering if you know what's going on. Yes..
"10 years ago" Discussed on KCRW
"If 10 years ago. 15, or $20 million could have been committed to upgrade the water system and Flint and to get on a path of eliminating lead service lines. Maybe the half a billion dollars that's already been committed. Could have been avoided. The Biden plan is way overdue. That's Eric Olson with the natural resource is defense counsel. Olson says Lead galvanized pipes continue to be a problem despite being banned in 1986 lot of people think this is only a problem, saying Flint or a few Big older cities, and in fact, it's distributed all over the country, and it really is a major public health threat. Let can cause damage to the brain and kidneys. A particular concern is the effect led can have on young Children. Lead exposure may slow development and kids under seven years old, leading to learning and behavioral problems. Nation. Why the number of lead galvanized pipes that need to be replaced is estimated between eight and 10 million. The Biden proposal calls for spending $45 billion, but it could be more expensive. American Water Works Association estimates the cost could exceed $60 billion. Concerns on Overton. He's the pastor of Flint's Christ Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. Overton joined others who sued to get the city to replace all of its lead service lines. Now he worries disadvantaged communities may lose out if more affluent suburbs Russian and deplete the federal funding. The Biden administration is proposing people in round black African American Latino communities. That we know are gonna have some disadvantages coming up the ranks anyhow, let's start there. Others question whether replacing lead service lines should be such a large priority. Lead pipe replacement makes up nearly half of what the bite administration has proposed spending on upgrading the nation's water systems. But by some estimates the U. S needs to spend close to nine times that much. David Love France of the American Water Works Association says it's been too long since the last major update to the nation's drinking and wastewater infrastructure. A large investment was made in distribution systems after World War two. Those fights are all coming of age, and they all need to be replaced. That's where we are. Today. However, even with federal support, there will likely be those who resist replacing old service lines. There's even some reluctance in Michigan, which has its own mandate to remove all lead service lines within the next two decades. In the little city of Mason. Some of the city's estimated 1400 lead service lines date back to the 18 hundreds. Mayor Rose Whipple says Mason was already slowly replacing old pipes during routine roadwork. Insist there's no need to rush it. Our lead almost never reaches the threshold When it does, it barely does, And usually we find out that the reason it did is because of a bad test. Despite his reservations, though Whipple says a federal funding becomes available, his community will likely apply. Just up the road from Mason in Lansing, the state capital. The city's water utility has already replaced all of its lead service lines. It wasn't easy and it took 12 years Take Pet Flea is the general manager of the Lansing Board of Water and Light, he says. Most Lansing residents willingly let utility crews inside their homes and excavate their lawns to replace the pipes. But some didn't and carefully says the utility had to use what he describes as tough love..
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"That was getting involved in this and things were coming down. I said, Yeah, The prices are coming down on the job. I'm or my wife kept getting mad because it kept dropping in price. People who have Bitcoin from 10 years ago. They hold on to that. H o d l hold No, you're saying that's not spelled right? It is. It's hold H o d. L hold on for dear life. They're holding it. Hits 20,000. People are No. So no, they hang on to it. It drops down to $3000. They still made a bunch of money because they bought it when it was They were all they were mining it when it was brand new. And they were, you know it was being used as rewards for mining it and so they were getting it for next to nothing. It's much tougher, more expensive to mine now. What they're saying. No, I'm gonna hang onto it. Now it's up to 50,000. Okay. You're gonna sell now? No, Still not gonna sell. We're gonna hang on. Some, however, are going to sell and you're gonna start seeing some day traders and there's already day traders involved in this already options available on Cryptocurrencies is very dangerous to get into. I do not recommend it. There is somebody going to sell it 50,000 wait for it to drop back to that 30,000 or 20 thousands, Thomas said. That's probably the boat that I would jump on, too, if I were you. But don't take trading advice for me because, like I said, I'm one of the few that have lost money on it. Thanks to my wife with no vision. Alright, hairstyling advice from me. Balding, middle aged white guy. Next Chris Marilyn for Path ersten kgo a 10 with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of like Taylor Swift choosing what to.
"10 years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A pathway to negotiation, or at least embrace that status for some people. Obviously, dreamers, I think are at the top of the list by everyone, because you know the young people they dream that is something that we can actually attain, and we should have. Been able to pass that bill over 10 years ago, but it didn't happen. And I think it is possible to happen now, um, getting rid of the three and 10 year bar which a lot of my clients, you know, That's the reason why they can't adjust. That is those are two things that I will hurry ties. Then I think there's a lot of other things that can be done to reform the way that innovation. What works in immigration court as well. So that you know people have the chance. People who are in real proceedings have that chance actually have a fair hearing. And hopefully when their cases This Beth material Los Angeles based immigration attorney Thanks so much for talking with us Thank you so much for ready. We're going to take a closer look now at Biden's immediate actions on immigration through executive orders and review the immigration bill that he sent to Congress Joining me now are deeply sacred Professor of law at Santa Clara University, where he teaches constitutional and immigration law, people, the sacrum Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me and Tom Kay Wong, associate professor of political science and founding director of the U. S Immigration Policy Center at UCSD, he served as an advisor to the White House initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders under President Obama. Tom Kay Wong. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. So a lot is happening on several fronts with Biden's Syriza of executive orders rescinding Trump era policies and deeply the sacrum first with regard to DACA deferred action for childhood arrivals. That executive order says it preserves and fortifies the program. What does this mean? It's not completely clear yet. We'll have to see what follows. But I think the president is showcasing a re commitment to the program. It was under obviously litigation in the trump area and attempted precision. I think this makes clear what the president's intentions are, and that is to maintain the program as it was created. While there's legislation proposed that might actually provide broader benefits. I see so because you know, for the moment it's still temporary. That's correct at this moment, anything that the executive does or through administrative action. The best it can do is to forebear prosecution against those individuals it cannot on Lee. Congress has the authority to grant legal status, lawful status, and so anything with regards to Dhaka to temporary status are going to be in a sense limbo states. And Tom Long. President. Biden also issued an executive order on interior immigration enforcement again with language that I'm wondering if you could explain. Biden's administration said it will quote we set the policies and practices for enforcing civil immigration laws. To align enforcement with ideas and values that immigrants strengthen America's families, communities, businesses, workforce and economy. I mean, what does this mean? Practically Yeah, There's a lot there. Um, I think it might be helpful for listeners to sort of envision a federal budget where Congress allocates a certain number of monies for immigration enforcement. In previous administrations prior to Trump, that is the Obama administration, for example, set enforcement priorities. What it said was that with the limited resource is that Congress appropriates We're going to focus. Those limited resource is on high priority cases. For example, Um, you know, listeners may remember phrases like felons, not families during the Obama administration. Well, the Trump administration then can came in and did what the Biden administration has just done in terms of rescinding Obama era guidance with respect to interior immigration enforcement. Trump Administration did have some enforcement priorities. But for the most part, all undocumented immigrants were for lack of a better term fair game under the Trump administration. So in terms of re setting priorities, I think what the Biden administration is hinting to is that DHS the Department of Homeland Security will undergo a review of how ice and other DHS component.
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"10 years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That's fun to 202 100. Mega Millions lottery Tonight $447 million Hmm. So the question you asked that was what have you spent Just stupid money on just a dumb purchase. Just you hear all people will win this kind of money and they blow through it on absolutely just stupid stuff. And you're like, how in the world could just spend all that money Now we're not talking that kind of money, but something that you know you had buyer's remorse on maybe You got it. You go like you were talking about that TV because I kind of did that with my TV. I brought my opponent got mind about 10 years ago. But the price of your still pretty high 50 inch TV for like 3500 bucks. Now that same TV like you were saying it's about 500, right? Yeah, course s 0749 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT something that you bought and thought. Why in the world I do that for a Brandon Anderson. Your first stop. What do you have? All right. So this is going back? Probably about 20 years, but my dad had actually dropped about five or $600. For us to go see Aerosmith that riverbed that we were in the front row. Wow. And at first it was totally awesome. You know, we're on up against the stage High five and Steven Tyler. He actually wore my bandanna around on stage and give it back. And we thought that this is totally awesome. And then all of a sudden they have all these security guards pushing us aside. We're like what is happening so all these security guards literally took the band member by member all the way out to the lawn. They had, like a makeshift stage and they played like five or six songs out on the lawn. And we're like, Dude, we could have saved like $400 in this state in the lawn man. Remember here they did. It was hilarious. Business. The last time I did that, because then people said, Wait a minute, Right? Premium. Thanks. Thanks, Brandon. That's God did that We're not that kind of money, but it was This is a mambo a while back when the Eagles were the first band, Maura less the first band that the ticket price was over 100 bucks. Wow. Yeah, And so I bought Me and I think that's why I was. I was with the Deb. And I like You know it was the hell freezes over tour. So I'm like I got 200. Whatever was 2 50. I go and then so were there at the show, and I'm watching the Eagles and I just really and I'm thinking about spending at 2 50. I'm sitting there and I looked at her and I go. Well, how did it Why did we come here? You're not a giant fan. I'm not a giant fan. She goes. You just felt like it was important that we be here. It was like, Wow, I didn't think I was 250 bucks worth of important good before going to Greg and Mason. Ah, I'll God, Greg, how you doing, buddy? Hey, doing good rock. You'll appreciate this. I'm spending that money along with a bunch of other money on a new custom made drum set exactly to my specifications. My sizes. My woods. The rims. I want the mounting everything I've always wanted. In the 600 has only got cover up that but from blowing my money that might buy you a snare, Mr 600, But But what? What company? What going? Birch Maple. What are you doing? I'm going, Mabel. When I'm going out the local guy going city drums on he's doing some girls person national acts to make beautiful stuff, And he's right here in Cincinnati is a buddy of mine, and so I kind of need to sell to other says I've got way too many as it is to kind of make up that difference, But yeah, that's what I'm blowing the money then went in this for years and years, But in a good word for your boy, if they wanted endorsement queen, see drums. I'm available stuff. You've just blown a lot of money on for no reason. 749 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT. Chris and Cincinnati. You're next up. What do you have, buddy? You're done now You're going back on U s so much money on my wife. Getting married. I will not be a bet if I never get invited to another wedding again because thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars that we fit for that day on I didn't even get any way. Did you drink too much? Is that your phone? That happens by the way, right? Right. But yeah, if I don't get invited to another wedding, I wouldn't be upset because you just said way too much money. You look back on it,.