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Fox's Brian Kilmeade Discusses His New Book 'The President and the Freedom Fighter'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Fox's Brian Kilmeade Discusses His New Book 'The President and the Freedom Fighter'

"I'm talking to Brian kill me, you may know him from fox and friends, but he's written a lot of books. This one is called the president and the freedom fighter Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass in their battle to save America's soul. America soul could use a little saving right now. But we're not going to talk about that. What made you want to write a book combining these two figures? Well, I was looking for the last time I was here. You kind enough to interview me about Sam Houston, the Alamo Avengers. So I try to find an angle not plowed and the Alamo is, but San jacinto isn't 9 months later he ends up taking him out as San jacinto beating Santa Anna in 17 minutes because Texans know it, but the rest of the world. So I go, what's next? The Mexican war, I didn't think had enough. My opinion, I'm sure there's a lot there with Lee in the quartermaster grant and the fact that these generals fought on the same side and then years later, they'd be trying to kill each other and a lot of them successfully. I said, all right, the Civil War. What could I do that's not plowed ground from Ken burns a series to the remarkable book, David blight wrote about Frederick Douglas Scott? I think the book of the year, 5 years ago. And then what about Lincoln? I literally you and I gave the same situation. We get books about linking to our desks all the time, and they're all great. I'm waiting for nobody who's written been written about more. It's like maybe three people like who've written about Napoleon Jesus, Lincoln. I mean, I don't know how many books have been written about Lincoln. So yeah, what do you do for a fresh angle on the Civil War? So what I wanted to do is also I didn't mind tackling race, but I wanted to do it through quotes, not opinion. And racist never left the news, Black Lives Matter is raging at the time. And then you have you have a situation where as late as Condoleezza and rice Condoleezza Rice on the view, having to defend herself growing up in a Jim Crow south who knew all about racism, but grew up as his conservatives says, don't ever let it be an excuse. So I said, what have I talk about their parallel lives to the degree in which they read a lot of the same books? Did they overcame incredible obstacles? Nothing like Frederick Douglass. I get it. The guy was enslaved until he was in his 20 years old, two tries, got out in the second time within 7 years has a biography. It's a bestseller, and then starts a world tour and becomes famous in Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and England. This guy was a slave ten years before, but decides to come back to America because his 4 million enslaved 350,000 slave owners and he sees potential in this guy Lincoln and the Republican Party that we're finally ready to do

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"17 minute" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"17 minute" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Quote the streamlined. Tab bar takes up less room on the page and floats slightly above the bottom of the screen where it's easier to reach the bar. Seamlessly moves out of the way. As you scroll appears again with a tap. Apple explains and quote. Also the iphone thirteen and thirteen pro are apparently the first iphones to support dual e sim expanding on support for e sim and regular sim in previous. Iphones quoting nine to five mac again. But from a different post quote apple introduced e support on iphone with iphone. Ten are and iphone ten s in twenty eighteen however while you can use a regular sim and an e sim simultaneously. There was no way to use to e sim simultaneously. Until now i thought thirteen and iphone thirteen pro feature dual e sim support for the first time. The new capability was confirmed by apple on the iphone. Thirteenth specs webpage. There apple says that. I found thirteen modules support. Dual sim using both regular. Sim and sam and duly sim as the company calls it. If you check the web page of the iphone twelve or previous generations only combined dual. Sim support is mentioned and quote. Also i did want to correct something that i got wrong yesterday. Pre orders for the iphone. Thirteen lineup begin. Friday september seventeenth with delivery a week later on september twenty fourth. But also. Yesterday i noted that apple kept saying it's various chip and processor upgrades were x. Percent better than unnamed competing smartphones. When usually they like to tout how improved a given chip is from a previous generation apple chip. It turns out that that is because in a i. Apple reported no. Cpu gains for the fifteen chip. Likely because of the engineer exodus to companies like nubia and rivaz quoting the semi analysis sub stack. it appears. apple has not changed the cpu much. This generation semi analysis believes that the next generation core was delayed out of twenty twenty one into twenty twenty two due to cpu engineer. Resource problems in two thousand nineteen nubia was founded and later acquired by qualcomm for one point. Four billion dollars apple's chief. Cpu architect gerard williams as well as over one one hundred other apple engineers left to join this firm more. Recently semi analysis broke the news about riva's a new high-performance chip startup which includes many senior apple engineers that brain-drain continues and impacts will be more apparent as time moves on as apple once drained resources out of intel and others through the industry. The reverse now seems to be happening. We believe apple had to delay the next generation. Cpu court due to all the personnel turnover. Apple has been experiencing instead of a new cpu core. They are using a modified version of last year's core. One of these modifications is related to the cpu cores mmu. This work was being done for the upcoming colloquially named 'em one x. generation of mac chips part of the reason for this change is related to larger memory sizes and virtualization features slash support in addition. There may be other small changes as well but we need hardware in the hand to analyze that we also aren't sure if avalanche and blizzard are the next generation cores or the current modified firestorm icestorm cores regardless of the poultry. Cpu gains and potential core architecture. Delays apple is still the leader in performance per watt with intel design. Team starting to get back on track. Amd executing flawlessly and qualcomm coming in soon like a hammer with nubia cores. We aren't sure if this lead will be sustained the a eleven to eight twelve generation was seen as apple starting to asem tote out on gains with only a fifteen percent gain and the eighth thirteen eight fourteen looked even more week with eight point three percent gains but now with no cpu gains at all. Let's cross our fingers and hope the sixteen brings a large architectural change and quote also by the way apple watchers. steve trump and smith tweeted this quote. There's a reason apple didn't talk about the apple watch series seven. Cpu this year. And it's because it's the exact same as last year series six in fact it doesn't even get a new model number it's effectively just. Hse tweak and.

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"17 minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"17 minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sydney Word 17 minutes past 9 17 minutes past seven Wednesday morning in Hong Kong in the last little while we have had a core CPI high numbers for the month of May out of South Korea rising by 1.5%, beating the estimate of 1.3%. And that is the biggest year on year rise we've seen since 2012. We're expecting a similar boost when we get Australian GDP numbers for the first quarter out a little later wrong that's expected to be ever write about a 1.5% bump. That would take growth above a pre pandemic levels. And we've heard analysis today. That s 6 200 earnings estimates are also back at pre virus levels and were expected to see a pop. On the Iast six by it a little more than 1/10 of 1% when we get going at the top of the hour Nikkei futures looking kind of mixed at the moment, a little weaker for those traded out of Chicago again to the tune of about 1/10 of 1%. This follows not a great deal of change on U. S markets. We didn't have zoom quarterly revenue, however, beating estimates sense soon, also boosting its forecast for the full year. Oil has been that moving today We have a barrel of West Texas right now, sitting your back 67 83 at the moment. Oh pick plus forecasting more tightening sticking to its plan, however, of monthly production increases until July, anyway, but not giving really much guidance. Be on that. Got the offshore Yuan. Also, it's 6 38 not a lot of movement there, despite the best efforts of the PBOC, and that is the market update. Let's get a check now of global news. Get over the way. Baxter in San Francisco it year, Paul Myanmar's military government has up moved on sans Souci from her residents to.

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Los Angeles Lakers Lose to Dallas Mavericks as Anthony Davis Returns

Lakers Nation Podcast

02:07 min | 9 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers Lose to Dallas Mavericks as Anthony Davis Returns

"The Masterpiece Masters joining me tonight fresh off of our home. I've watched party over on hot bike, which was a lot of fun during the game tonight. Chris, how you doing, man? I'm doing. All right, you know. Yeah, we did lose and you know, the revs were hot garbage tonight, like off the people sing in the shop. But you know, a d is back, which is the big thing here. And again, I've kind of like I was saying the watch party. I just kind of went into this thinking bout going to split this two-game series with the Mavs anyway. So we lost tonight and, you know, they made a game out of it in the, in the 4th. But I think the Lakers I would look for them to take on Saturday. So that that's what's getting me through trip. Yeah. And that's just it, right? Is that they we get another shot at this Saturday. The Lakers play the Mavs, again, obviously, this isn't good because the Mavs are chasing the Lakers in the same things, but you can kind of atone for for tonight by getting the win, come Saturday. And hopefully by then Anthony Davis will be a little bit more in Rhythm. Feeling a little bit, a little bit better. We certainly saw a lot of rust but but let's just dive into wage. To start Anthony Davis back out on the floor. First of all was just great to see him out there. What was your impression of his first game back in over 2 months? Well, you know as his offense didn't come to him. I think he was over its first five shots or something like that. So I mean he's got to get some offensive Rhythm. I've seen some people in the chat saying like he was in bad shape. I don't know if I want to go that part maybe maybe just in terms of you know full court basketball conditioning but I mean, what do you expect? He's been out like a couple of months off. I would expect even though he was coming back tonight. I didn't expect him to come back and be in full form. I mean, he was only playing he supposed to play 15 minutes ended up playing 17 minutes so long, you know, it's just one of those things I think we we just you know, ye she is back but we just need to kind of root for his health going forward and just kind of know that he's going to take a while to get in Rhythm. So we're going to have to be patient before we see, you know, the playoff a d so to speak.

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Lakers' Davis Back in Action

Lakers Nation Podcast

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Lakers' Davis Back in Action

"Anthony Davis back out on the floor. First of all was just great to see him out there. What was your impression of his first game back in over 2 months? Well, you know as his offense didn't come to him. I think he was over its first five shots or something like that. So I mean he's got to get some offensive Rhythm. I've seen some people in the chat saying like he was in bad shape. I don't know if I want to go that part maybe maybe just in terms of you know full court basketball conditioning but I mean, what do you expect? He's been out like a couple of months off. I would expect even though he was coming back tonight. I didn't expect him to come back and be in full form. I mean, he was only playing he supposed to play 15 minutes ended up playing 17 minutes so long, you know, it's just one of those things I think we we just you know, ye she is back but we just need to kind of root for his health going forward and just kind of know that he's going to take a while to get in Rhythm. So we're going to have to be patient before we see, you know, the playoff a d so to speak.

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Second Gentleman, Washington Governor Inslee visit FEMA mass vaccination site in Yakima

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Second Gentleman, Washington Governor Inslee visit FEMA mass vaccination site in Yakima

"Joined by Vice President Harris's husband, Doug em off in Yakama today. Check out the mass vaccination site set up by FEMA em off, says it shows good cooperation between federal, state and local governments. Partnership. Look what's going on here. You're serving a community that has not been really served before your building trust in this community. Inslee says they want to get out shots as quickly and efficiently as possible in an extremely efficient operation, with an average weight time of 17 minutes, getting thousands of people through the weekend hours, everyone over the age of 16 will be eligible for the vaccine in Washington on April 15th. Several Asian

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"17 minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rebounds. To block shots. And an assist. Ain't good. 1 13 points for six shooting one of two from three point Land, made all four of his free throws, two rebounds, three assists and a steel in 38 minutes. Cormac Ryan, five points in two of five shooting one of two from the free throw line. Seven rebounds, three assists Ah steel couple of turnovers and an unfortunate Mental error. Late in the game, although again you can't assume against that pressure is going to make the shot, but they didn't get a shot off. Nick Jogo 17 minutes two points, one of two shooting two rebounds. Gonna steal. Here's a real tough part. Notre Dame shot 59% scored any points that should be enough on the road is coach breaks, said They shot 66% of the first half 19 to 29. I was a tale of two halves, but it's not like they went ice cold. They shot 52% in the second half. Something that hurt them was after going six of 13 from three point land, only one of five from three in the second half. In the game. They were nine of 13 from the free throw line. 69% 20 assists on 32 field goals. That's pretty good. 11. Turnovers is not terrible, but nine in the second half in key situations. Is not good, And it was a difference in the game that only made four blocks and five steals. Here's your Hustle Stats points off turnovers. Notre Dame one that 15 14, but it was the points off turnovers that they gave up in the second half that played a huge role in the loss points in the paint, or even if 48 Second chance points the other day, one that 76 fast break points, though the change in Notre Dame in Georgia text offensive style of play where they really push it, and they were effective tonight. They outscored Notre Dame 20 to 10 and fast break points. Bench points again, almost even 87. Here's why You can't sleep tonight if you're in the Omni in Atlanta. You remember the Notre Dame team? Notre Dame led by as many as 17, and they lead for 35 minutes and 16 seconds in this game, it was tied three times. The lead changed hands six times with Georgia Tech on a lead. For 3 19, but they win it tonight there 11 straight win at home. Extending back the last season by the score of 82 to 80. I'll be back to Neymar, Notre Dame player or players of the game in a moment. But first this time out, you're listening. The Notre Dame basketball radio network today. Tastes like movie night. Okay, whose turn is it to choose and everyone's favorite hit pizza and coaxed today tastes like front row seats roll like cushions and popcorn and counting the seconds. Teaches here today. Tastes like a slice of the action like we belong here on now just had never tasted this good. Coca Cola..

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2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

Tim Conway Jr.

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

"Still it 100 seconds to midnight. The bulletin of Atomic scientists sets the clock each year. Using midnight is the symbolic time when civilization is destroyed, the group says. The pandemic climate change and rising threat of nuclear warfare reveals how unprepared countries are to handle global emergencies. The doomsday clock was created in 1947. The furthest it has been from midnight was 17 minutes. 1991 after the Cold War ended

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"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Show the world we can walk and chew bubble gum. We could do more than one thing at the same time with continuing coverage of the inauguration of Joe Biden. I'm Brian Clark ABC News three old one, There was plenty of security in Washington for the inauguration more than most inaugurations. Over the past few days, officials feared protests and demonstrations could break out during the ceremony this morning and a swell a zit state capitals across the country. So far, though, that hasn't happened. The city of Boston has been taking precautions and WBC's Karen Regal is here. She's outside the statehouse, Karen Let me tell you. How tied up the state houses right now, Literally your Boston police metal barricades in front there tied up with zip ties, So no, they can't be easily moved him in front of the General hooker entrance on Beacon Hill. And that continues making your way all the way down Beacon Street. More of these metal barricades in front of the grand beautiful entrance in front of the golden Dome of the State house. All of that is up keeping you Significantly back almost to the curb here in front of the Statehouse normally could walk right up to the gates. It's a great place to hold rally. That's a great place where a lot of people do that, in the speeches, they make their political points. Not today because of the alert that was leaked to the press from the FBI, warning that there were protests. Let's put it that way planned at all. 50 US capitals Now the FBI here in Boston, the state police, the local police, the governor, the mayor of all told us that there is no specific threat. To the Massachusetts capital, the city hall anywhere in Massachusetts, and I could tell you, Ben, There are a lot more reporters out here hanging out in front of the Statehouse. Then there are people on the comment reporting from the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, Maybe some of those people around store Oh, Dr 303, Let's check on traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic called the Threes. We got a little bit of a mess going on, Mike. Yeah, it's a headache along the Charles Band. This is Storrow Drive East that's jammed up back to back. Let's have. It's a center lane breakdown shortly after the Longfellow Bridge This just happened a while ago. So this is gonna be a real problem here on Storrow Drive, which was already back to Mass as because of an earlier crash on the lever it up right now, we gotta deal with this center lane breakdown by the Longfellow Bridge Elsewhere, the lower deck of 93. That's fine this afternoon. So is the Tobin Bridge. All the airport tunnels air clear. How south of town the expressway South is pretty good. Coming out of the tunnel. Slow going from mass have down past self bay and then not so bad. Reduced speeds from east Milton down to the Braintree slip at the most 17 minutes, Boston to Braintree. Now North bound as good coming up past Andrew Square Root three South is clear all the way down pass through 1 39 this afternoon and routes 24 95 south. They're both off to a good start. Up to the north. In Revere. There's a section of Route one, a North North Shore road. Shut down as a crash. Cleanup continues. There's detours over to Revere Beach Boulevard for now, 1 28 North bounce back to then Woburn coming up past Washington Street and 93, but Roots three and 93 north. They're both pretty good up towards the New Hampshire line. Miking WBC's traffic on the three.

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Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

WTOP 24 Hour News

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

"Capitol Hill with 20 minutes to go before the curfew sets in, and the protesters are forced to leave the Capitol grounds. Let's go live to W. T. O P s Can Duffy who joins us on Skype? Hey, guys Moments ago. They are taking this curfew very seriously. The authorities they're clearing people back away from the Capitol building, and they have had success doing that. Now The largest crowd we saw is on the western side of the Capitol building. Moments ago, they were still hundreds of people still packed at the entrance there along the steps we saw thousands before, but the crowd dissipated greatly that said they had to get them out of there. So they started to deploy Flash bangs empty any officers joining federal authorities as well chanting, movable back getting everybody back. All the way down the lawn. So now we're about I would say 100 yards away now from the Capitol building. The same thing happened on the northern side as well and the eastern side on the front steps of the Capitol building as police. Also, you stun grenades to drive back the crowds. There were still seen some violence. In fact, we witnessed some trump demonstrators. Spotting a media section and just completely trashing cameras and equipment attacking the media as they're reporting there, But we have seen all day long. Just Lot of chaos and a lot of what happened inside the Capitol Little Day itself, and it's just been an insane day. Never seen anything like this happening before. But as you said, the curfew is now approaching 6 P.m.. In D, C and We'll have to see what happens if this crowd dissipates and goes away. If they police are going to try to get them out of the streets completely or start making arrests can have to wait and see what happened. Can if I can ask you from your standpoint are the people aware that there's a six o'clock curfew tonight? Oh, yes, People are talking about a lot of chatter about 60 em Kirky in such but some people don't want to go home. They want to stay here they say hold your ground. We're not going anywhere. Who knows what that means. But they do not want to leave the streets and the real diehards are still here outside the Capitol building. They have been driven back, but they remain here tonight in D. C. And we know if police are intent on arresting everybody who doesn't abide by this curfew, Hillary, we don't know. I mean, take for example, over this summer with the George Floyd protest. We had those curfews did not know if any arrest or meant going to be made. And then they did. They arrested hundreds and one night. In fact, we were out there on smaller street. So this could happen tonight as well. It depends on what these people want to do. Do they want to stay here or go home? The majority of people have left gun out into other areas of the district. But there's still a sizeable crowd here. I would say in the hundreds now. What remains to be seen what police will do to get them to go home and she will buy by the curfew. All right, w T. O p s Ken Duffy on the scene outside the capital as we're just 17 minutes away from the city wide curfew in the district. Now, let's go live to double D. T. OBY. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, who was inside the Capitol as all of this started, but then had to be evacuated from the capital. Mitch, What's the latest? You have Well right now, Shawn. There's an uneasy tension here at the capital and in the Capitol complex as they try to figure out exactly what was just explained. I can. I mean, what are the demonstrators going to do? So We're really kind of in a holding pattern here. I have been personally evacuating with other reporters and people to the Rayburn building in a secure area. On dime. Sure, staff members are also spread out across the Capitol complex in various areas just to take people through. Who maybe just joining to find out exactly how this all went through. I won't go through the entire day, but Suffice to say it was early in the afternoon. The counting of the electoral college votes had just gotten underway. And suddenly it just happened so quickly that these protesters were up on top of the steps at the U. S Capitol and I can't tell you How rare are I've actually never even seen that happen before on. I've seen many, many protests here before And when they went to the Capitol steps. We knew that something was inherently very, very different about this demonstration. And then it was just a short time later that these people were literally walking all through the capital itself. And and then, shortly thereafter, we found out about a woman getting shot inside. There was a chaotic scene surrounding that in a hallway. Apparently, these people had gotten through a window. They basically just broke the window. It came through and then various things happened, including people going through the Senate chamber and trying to get into the House chamber where they were blockaded from getting in. But people had guns drawn there. People were hearing doors closing that wonder wondering whether or not that was a gunshot, or whether something else everybody wondering what was happening behind the doors that were outside of us in the area that I was in. We were actually basically locked into a small area, basically hoping that nothing would happen where we were, but where we were was right by the House chamber, so Clearly there were a lot of demonstrators making their way through the capital. I think, basically to put a quick rapid on this, though I think we're gonna have to find out what is going to Either case of security moving forward for the U. S Capitol. Because this was clearly untenable. There's no way anybody to be able to have dozens on perhaps even more trespassers go right through the U. S capitol on a day like today, especially when they knew there were going to be protest. So Certainly a lot of troubling questions ahead. That will need to be answered, and he can bet lawmakers will be trying to get answers to those Welsh on Hillary. One other I answered question, Mitch is what happens now, with the tallying of these electoral votes. I mean, we don't even know when the capital's going to reopen for lawmakers. Right? Exactly. I mean, they were Wistfully moved out as you can imagine, and move to secure areas and then those chambers were empty very, very quickly, and it's good that they were because who knows what happened to have these people confronted them personally, which they had been known to do on the ground? I think right now, if I had to guess I just don't think that the lawmakers will be coming back into Chamber this evening. Now, I'm sure some people some would like to make a statement and say You're not going to allow this to happen, but there are so many logistical issues that JJ Green has pointed out. And others have mentioned that you have a security sweep that has to be done. You have no idea whether people left things behind. There's been all kinds of issues related to, of course, the usual suspicious packages they had to evacuate the cannon building earlier today. No, I just don't think it would be a safe thing to do to bring lawmakers back tonight. And then, of course, you still have the question of what? What are the demonstrators going to do if they know that the lawmakers are back in session? Is that only going to encourage them to stay longer? So I think it'll be really interesting to see what the House and Senate leadership decides to do. Moving forward because I don't think they want to be feeling like they can be intimidated by these demonstrators. But at the same time, let's face it. These are older, many of them lawmakers, and we have a pandemic, which we haven't really even mentioned today. Uh All of these people that were demonstrating today except for a very few did not have masks on. So that was a whole another health issue. But it's just yet another thing that compounds all the health safety issues that we're dealing with here at the U. S. Capitol complex tonight, right Double D T OBY, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller on the scene will will have have our our continuing continuing

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Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

WTOP 24 Hour News

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Washington DC Under Curfew Amid Capitol Hill Chaos

"Capitol Hill with 20 minutes to go before the curfew sets in, and the protesters are forced to leave the Capitol grounds. Let's go live to W. T. O P s Can Duffy who joins us on Skype? Hey, guys Moments ago. They are taking this curfew very seriously. The authorities they're clearing people back away from the Capitol building, and they have had success doing that. Now The largest crowd we saw is on the western side of the Capitol building. Moments ago, they were still hundreds of people still packed at the entrance there along the steps we saw thousands before, but the crowd dissipated greatly that said they had to get them out of there. So they started to deploy Flash bangs empty any officers joining federal authorities as well chanting, movable back getting everybody back. All the way down the lawn. So now we're about I would say 100 yards away now from the Capitol building. The same thing happened on the northern side as well and the eastern side on the front steps of the Capitol building as police. Also, you stun grenades to drive back the crowds. There were still seen some violence. In fact, we witnessed some trump demonstrators. Spotting a media section and just completely trashing cameras and equipment attacking the media as they're reporting there, But we have seen all day long. Just Lot of chaos and a lot of what happened inside the Capitol Little Day itself, and it's just been an insane day. Never seen anything like this happening before. But as you said, the curfew is now approaching 6 P.m.. In D, C and We'll have to see what happens if this crowd dissipates and goes away. If they police are going to try to get them out of the streets completely or start making arrests can have to wait and see what happened. Can if I can ask you from your standpoint are the people aware that there's a six o'clock curfew tonight? Oh, yes, People are talking about a lot of chatter about 60 em Kirky in such but some people don't want to go home. They want to stay here they say hold your ground. We're not going anywhere. Who knows what that means. But they do not want to leave the streets and the real diehards are still here outside the Capitol building. They have been driven back, but they remain here tonight in D. C. And we know if police are intent on arresting everybody who doesn't abide by this curfew, Hillary, we don't know. I mean, take for example, over this summer with the George Floyd protest. We had those curfews did not know if any arrest or meant going to be made. And then they did. They arrested hundreds and one night. In fact, we were out there on smaller street. So this could happen tonight as well. It depends on what these people want to do. Do they want to stay here or go home? The majority of people have left gun out into other areas of the district. But there's still a sizeable crowd here. I would say in the hundreds now. What remains to be seen what police will do to get them to go home and she will buy by the curfew. All right, w T. O p s Ken Duffy on the scene outside the capital as we're just 17 minutes away from the city wide curfew in the district. Now, let's go live to double D. T. OBY. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, who was inside the Capitol as all of this started, but then had to be evacuated from the capital. Mitch, What's the latest? You have Well right now, Shawn. There's an uneasy tension here at the capital and in the Capitol complex as they try to figure out exactly what was just explained. I can. I mean, what are the demonstrators going to do? So We're really kind of in a holding pattern here. I have been personally evacuating with other reporters and people to the Rayburn building in a secure area. On dime. Sure, staff members are also spread out across the Capitol complex in various areas just to take people through. Who maybe just joining to find out exactly how this all went through. I won't go through the entire day, but Suffice to say it was early in the afternoon. The counting of the electoral college votes had just gotten underway. And suddenly it just happened so quickly that these protesters were up on top of the steps at the U. S Capitol and I can't tell you How rare are I've actually never even seen that happen before on. I've seen many, many protests here before And when they went to the Capitol steps. We knew that something was inherently very, very different about this demonstration. And then it was just a short time later that these people were literally walking all through the capital itself. And and then, shortly thereafter, we found out about a woman getting shot inside. There was a chaotic scene surrounding that in a hallway. Apparently, these people had gotten through a window. They basically just broke the window. It came through and then various things happened, including people going through the Senate chamber and trying to get into the House chamber where they were blockaded from getting in. But people had guns drawn there. People were hearing doors closing that wonder wondering whether or not that was a gunshot, or whether something else everybody wondering what was happening behind the doors that were outside of us in the area that I was in. We were actually basically locked into a small area, basically hoping that nothing would happen where we were, but where we were was right by the House chamber, so Clearly there were a lot of demonstrators making their way through the capital. I think, basically to put a quick rapid on this, though I think we're gonna have to find out what is going to Either case of security moving forward for the U. S Capitol. Because this was clearly untenable. There's no way anybody to be able to have dozens on perhaps even more trespassers go right through the U. S capitol on a day like today, especially when they knew there were going to be protest. So Certainly a lot of troubling questions ahead. That will need to be answered, and he can bet lawmakers will be trying to get answers to those Welsh on Hillary. One other I answered question, Mitch is what happens now, with the tallying of these electoral votes. I mean, we don't even know when the capital's going to reopen for lawmakers. Right? Exactly. I mean, they were Wistfully moved out as you can imagine, and move to secure areas and then those chambers were empty very, very quickly, and it's good that they were because who knows what happened to have these people confronted them personally, which they had been known to do on the ground? I think right now, if I had to guess I just don't think that the lawmakers will be coming back into Chamber this evening. Now, I'm sure some people some would like to make a statement and say You're not going to allow this to happen, but there are so many logistical issues that JJ Green has pointed out. And others have mentioned that you have a security sweep that has to be done. You have no idea whether people left things behind. There's been all kinds of issues related to, of course, the usual suspicious packages they had to evacuate the cannon building earlier today. No, I just don't think it would be a safe thing to do to bring lawmakers back tonight. And then, of course, you still have the question of what? What are the demonstrators going to do if they know that the lawmakers are back in session? Is that only going to encourage them to stay longer? So I think it'll be really interesting to see what the House and Senate leadership decides to do. Moving forward because I don't think they want to be feeling like they can be intimidated by these demonstrators. But at the same time, let's face it. These are older, many of them lawmakers, and we have a pandemic, which we haven't really even mentioned today. Uh All of these people that were demonstrating today except for a very few did not have masks on. So that was a whole another health issue. But it's just yet another thing that compounds all the health safety issues that we're dealing with here at the U. S. Capitol complex tonight, right Double D T OBY, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller on the scene will will have have our our continuing continuing

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"17 minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Nancy Meyers Classic the two hour and 17 minutes, the holiday And now instead of enacting her revenge on me, the person who assigned it to her she will enact her revenge on Alexis. Yes, I've got a couple of good things about this movie number one. It has Toni Collette and Adam Scott in it. I know what you're doing. Okay? Yes, And the second thing That's good is that it's an hour. Were in 38 minutes, Alexis. Thank you. Don. Actually there's another, huh? There's a third thing that's good, um, the visual effects in the makeup department. They went on to do. Guardians of the Galaxy Elite A battle angel and they're from Weta Workshop, which is the Lord of the Rings People. Okay, So the creature in this looks really good. It's 2015 starring once again, Adam Scott and told me, Colette It's Krampus. Here's a little bit of the trailer Krampus. It's about a boy who has a bad Christmas in the accidentally summons of festive demon to his family home to stage cars. No people in my soul trying to settle something for us. Get yourself together much dark, ancient spirit. Close. Oh, Alexis, You're just gonna absolutely love Krampus. Oh, wow. You know about Krampus. I didn't know there was a whole movie and they're so happens movie with those mean Pretty good stars there. Toni Collette and Adam Scott. Yeah. Mm. Oh, lack quality theme, too. I'm already scared. Okay, okay. Just can see his nose and the warts and stuff you are gonna have so much fun. Lex. Have you seen this? Yes, I have. She is. It's 11. Right? Have a lot of fun. I can It says that you have to. It looks like you have to rent it. Okay, uh, maybe on prime or something. I thought it was on who? Lou, But I apologize. It's all good. It might hold on a minute cramp. Is it on? It could be on like I think it might be who Lulu added Subscription. Jason, Do you see it on your hoo loo? I'm looking for right now. Krampus the movie. Let's see here. T stand by stand by investigating this of investigating Open in just his voice to watch opening who blew who? Okay? Hold on a minute when I see but, you know, remember last time don't you have like, ultimate who? Lou That has all the TV subscriptions with it, Jason, So I think it might be associated with the network..

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"17 minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And she she meets this musical score writer who's Jack Black. He's in a relationship, but then everything buttons up at the end. And, of course, his girlfriend leaves him. So they get together and I just have to say I cannot stand Cameron Diaz in this movie. She has so many facial expressive expression. She's just like She's just like, Oh, I'm such a mass. I hate girls that are not a mess who try to act like they're a mess. For instance, Why don't they make people in movies actually look hungover if they are She's how old she too beautiful, so hung over. She has perfect makeup and hair. I want pit stains. I want bad hair, dark circles. Sleep in your eyes. Just some crossed around your mouth and then her running to the bathroom to drink a gallon of water. That's what it's like to be hungover. Not Cameron Diaz going Oh, God in her terrible acting. Just trying to act like she's hung over. And then I also wrote down Sometimes the street the screen goes black. And I'm okay with that Something happened with the movie wasn't learning. It was just like voices, but it was just black. Um, may I ask you a question? Um, now again, Because Alexis, I I reached I reached into the cavernous. Uh okay. That is my chest and I found a heart and I purchased this film for dawn. So she could watch it at her leisure. Um, how many sittings? Did it take you to make it to the holiday? Thank you. That's another thing. It was so long. It was like two hours and 17 minutes 17 minutes. I broke it up into four different segments. Okay. Um, One of them was why it was measuring out my ingredients while I was getting ready to cook. Um, And then I just broke it up into like if emcee was taking a nap, and I was out in the living room, 30 more minutes here, 30 minutes. They're just so that I could stand it. Oh, God. It's just awful. And I also wrote down. I can't believe they're 45 minutes left yet in this movie thing, then there was a party get this. Now the video has stopped and I can't move it forward. So I so I don't know how I did this, but I was trying to do something. I bumped it and it went back a whole chapter. So I couldn't move it forward. It wouldn't load so I had to watch. I just let it roll and I just walked away. It would get caught up to the part that I was I was at and I know this is all over the place, but I was just so Off, and I know what ways of neighbor the neighbor, the neighbor guy, our third the screenwriter, I guess that was kind of suede. You know, it's the only part that I love Kate Winslet. So that was tolerable. Jack Black was doing his normal jack black stuff, which was kind of old. I was like, whatever you know, Yeah. Like If I could just have the Kate Winslet story. I'd be fine with that. Like, just make that a movie. But this Cameron, I can't stand her. So it was really hard to watch. It was just but.

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"17 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Grove Avenue. It's 17 minutes from I 80 94 to the Rhine and in Woodridge Juliet Road is closed between International Parkway in 107th. Railroad crossing work until November, 25th. Visor is launching a pilot program for its coffin 19 vaccine. The vaccine that had developed requires it be shipped and stored at minus 94 degrees, now will be a challenge to they hope to work out with this trial program in New Mexico, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Texas. The company chose the four states to represent the diverse country and the challenges they will face rolling it out for all states. Corona virus. Vaccines that are coming out require two shots, which come weeks apart. Health experts like Dr Tim Callahan at the Texas A and M School of Public Health worries People will get the first shot, but not the second. We have experience with this, for example of the HPV vaccine, where large numbers of individuals get that first dose unnecessarily coming to get the follow up doses that they're supposed to get. He says. The problem is that without the second shot, the vaccine will not work. Mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared on MSNBC this morning and was asked about rolling out a Corona virus vaccine in Chicago. She says Trust is an important factor because the current administration has politicized everything about the pandemic. We've got to build confidence. In the American public that these vaccines are in fact safe because if we only have a small portion of the population take the vaccine, we will accomplish nothing. Like but also stressed that the current administration in Congress needs act quickly on a stimulus bill. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer agrees. A wide ranging coronavirus relief package is badly needed. He urged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to join the spirit of bipartisan cooperation. The Republican leader should come to the table. And negotiate with Democrats on a bipartisan covert relief bill with a bipartisan process that addresses all of the challenges we now face. Meanwhile, McConnell said a new relief package is one of many things the Senate has to do before the year's over. He also stressed the need to fund the government passed the December 11th deadline. McConnell said. The next few days will reveal a lot about where that's heading and senator took. Grassley will quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus. The Iowa Republican says he's waiting for his test results, but says he isn't dealing with any symptoms. Presley is the president Pro TEM of the Senate, which makes him third in line to the presidency. Grassley is 87 years old but is known as an avid runner. WGN Sports. Here's Dave innit the injury to bears quarterback Nick Foles. Not as bad as it looked at the time, Coach Matt Nagy says. It's a hip or glute injury and folds his dead today happen. Oh, be with cause dissect the Bears lost tonight It's seven W g M two NFL teams have had players test positive for covert 19. Washington and the Giants both working remotely, and Wichita State basketball coach Gregg Marshall has resigned been allegations of verbal and physical abuse of players here. Receives a settlement of more than seven million David it w G and sports and now the WGN forecast mostly sunny skies across Chicagoland this afternoon will watch our temperatures climb into.

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"17 minute" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That's right. Jeff 2984 new coronavirus cases exactly this morning in Arizona, bringing the statewide case total to just below 280,000. 10. New deaths also reported bringing the death toll to 6312. This comes is just over. 16,400 new diagnostic tests were reported overnight. The hospital metrics here in Arizona continued to steadily rise. Live in the new center. Taylor Kepner up Katya, our news breaking news sent directly to your phone tax news. 2411 92 3. Arizona Education Association president show Thomas says the guidelines to stop the spread of covert 19 in the schools are not sufficient. He wants a statewide safe schools plan from the governor Katie ours, Jim Crosses live in Phoenix plan Jeff that has a mask mandate in the schools and I'm Busses until the end of the school year, also wants Additional funding and support for district that moved a distance Learning until January. Do the spread of code. 19, among some other measures were having difficulty in our schools of having enough Educators that air not in quarantine to report to work. We're running on a shortage of substitute teachers to take their places and an online petition asking for ramped up measures from the governor's office. Has been launched on the A a website and also on social media platforms Live in Phoenix. Germ Cross Katya Our news. Maricopa County has learned about just one in every four cases of coded 19. But it's C is Hero survey also found 400,000 residents. Have antibodies to protect against the virus. Still, public health director Marcie Flanagan says it won't produce herd immunity fast enough. Try to reach her immunity just by infecting individuals. That's a very long, pretty painful process that would result in a lot of additional deaths and overwhelming our hospital systems. Signing in hopes of future vaccine will protect 4/5 of the county's 4.4 million people. She considers her Ciro Survey a success with 260 participants in 169 households through 29 communities. Arizona votes, the company that collected petition signatures to get recently passed Prop. Two away. The invested it initiative on the ballot is in trouble with our state's attorney general petition partners, Arizona's largest petition gathering firm, is accused of illegally giving bonuses of up to $1200, based on the number of signature workers collected. The company faces 50 misdemeanor charges. Get update on traffic now and we have a West Side freeway racked with the details live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Here's detoured and beach. Thank you, Jeff. Good morning, and it was blocking until just seconds ago. It was moved off to the left into the medium. But that means you can see it on both sides of the freeway and Gonzalez. He's bound to begin with. You're also going to see if your brake light to Europe least you're on the light to moderate side. Still looking at a 17 minute ride 101 the end of the 51 couple of service tree crashes remain one at 67th Avenue north of Happy Valley Road. That's a wreck involving a bicycle, Try 83rd Avenue or 59th Avenue, and then we got another bicycle involved. Crash 75th Avenue south of Greenway. Try 75th Avenue, maybe 83rd Avenue. Instead. Let's travel report brought to you by consolidated. Personnel. Consolidated personal services responds with urgency and accuracy. Helping Arizona business owners just like you would there P ppd. Loan forgiveness. Go to C p. S p e o dot com Deter damn Cage Aaron is.

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"17 minute" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"On the car. Guys keeps your heart strong and arteries relaxed, and that's what makes it easy for oxygen rich blood to reach your hardworking brain. It's just a wonderful cycle that benefits you time and time again. So you were already getting on average about 17 minutes of exercise a day on some days for me, that's kind of a stretch. Five trouble figure where you get that anyone would trust him on that. Getting an additional eight minutes. Make it an easy, you know, Rounded up to 10 Minutes of additional exercise. I have got this little rebounder trampoline at home. You might think it sounds so dorky, but I'm here to tell you I adore it. You can watch it. You can watch the news While you're doing it. You could be on the phone. I have even managed to text people and get caught up on texting While I'm rebounding on this thing, it's easy. Bouncing on this thing is supposed to be better than a face lift as well. So it's one of the reasons I lunged at this new little opportunity. But just get an extra 10 minutes of exercise a day. You're going to slash your dementia risk by up to 88% and this is from the University of Gothenburg. They know what they're talking about. Next up. This one really grabbed me because I have friends, family members. This is starting. This is something they want to focus on two. Fight aging with your smile, and I've heard a lot before about how your dental health can impact your mental health. Alright the bacteria that cause gum disease can speed brain aging if they sneak into your bloodstream, So that's one of the other reasons why experts say brushing and flossing daily can cut your risk of memory lapses and dementia. By up to 50%. And here's something just a sideline note. You guys know that I do a lot of radio work. I'm also doing a lot of voice over work and one of the funny things that the voiceover underground will tell you. When you do voiceover work. You want your voice to be very crisp like I'm looking for, you know, hear over the airwaves right now, So we brush our teeth constantly. If you have one, brushed cheese, any kind of plaque any kind of anything that trying to be gross. But if you have any kind of plaque on your teeth.

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"17 minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"When it comes to business lending, they make it personal and listen to what matters to you Learn more at byline Thanks dot com Traffic and weather together on the tense at 7 40 deBlasio still get a situ out there, right? Yeah. North found on 94 in Kenosha County, just north of Highway a. The two right lanes blocked right now because of an accident. They're still doing the cleanup that one. So just be careful around that otherwise eastbound 90 for looking at a 17 minute ride from Highway 16 in a downtown. Westbound side. Also looking at 16 17 minutes, 40 once up on highway cute zoo 15 that's looking good South on 43 round here wrote to the Marquis That'll take you 12, the north bound side of 43 90 for late night downtown. Just 27 minute ride with traffic and weather together on the tents. I'm nebulas m j w ay dot com J five Day forecast still chilly out there this morning, but the winds are starting to calm down. We'll have more sunshine for today. A high of only 42 degrees for tonight, mainly clear Low 30 for Saturday. Halloween mostly sunny, windy and mild, with the high late in the day up to 56. There's a slight chance of showers Saturday night, but they should be out of here on Sunday. Partly cloudy, windy and cold on Sunday High 40 Monday mostly sunny 48 Tuesday, mostly studying Mile the high 56 meteorologist Brian Niznansky, with the storm team forecast Manito of 32 Franklins. 98 Milwaukee 29. W. T. M. J somewhere. A guy named Charlie Murphy is sporting a huge grin These days..

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"17 minute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Leave your message of 1877 moist 86 27 7664786. You might be in this week's batch of calls. Well, the Centers for Disease control Which, well, I guess used to have a better reputation before the covert 19 pandemic, That's for sure. Yeah, they have once again updated their definition of what it means. To be in close contact with someone who has Covic 19 and your chances of catching it from them. Previously. That meant being within 6 ft. Of an infected person for 15 consecutive minutes. I think you and I have repeated that Which is why if you didn't have somebody on the street, right, if you pass someone on the street, you don't have to work. Three seconds doesn't count. Okay? And that's why you could go to Disneyland, especially if everyone's wearing masks and social distancing. And there's there's no need to close Disneyland, right? Course. Now. Well now, close contact is if you spent a total of 50 minutes within 6 ft of an infected person over the course of a 24 hour period. Oh, and there's more starting two days before the onset of illness. For example, if you had 3 500 exposures to a person over the course of a day that would count as close contact, and you know where they got this from, which is what I think is dangerous here. They're looking at a case involving a prison guard. That's how they explained some of the reason for the change. Ah, Apparently, the story goes that they reviewed surveillance footage. They noted that a 20 year old corrections officer had 22 interactions. Last thing about admitted each within 6 ft of six prisoners and hear the described is incarcerated or detained. These guys were asymptomatic and awaiting covert 19 test results. In total. They estimate the officer and 17 minutes of exposure to the infected people over the course of the day. A day later. All six individuals tested positive for covert 19. But since the corrections officer wasn't technically deemed too close, contact us with that old rule, he continued to Goto work. Seven days after those brief exposures. He got symptoms of Cove in 19. Now here's the part that'll unnerve people. He was wearing a micro fiber cloth mask gown, goggles for eye protection and most of the time gloves. Member. They always say that you're wearing those things would protect the other person from getting A virus from you than necessary protecting you. Although they do push it as it can protect you to a few times the prisoners. We're not wearing masks. They were not know so By the way, How did they know he didn't pick it up outside the prison? Well, that is mentioned in here. Uh, they can't know that the data suggests the officer contacted Cove in 19 during the brief account If he did not report any other close contact exposures and did not travel from Vermont in the 14 days prior, But he could have gotten it from an asymptomatic person. He could have gotten it from some other a symptomatic person in his life somewhere. Maybe even in his household because that person doesn't know. Yeah, Exactly. So this is this is just another one of these cheap, silly headline Grabbing. Oh, my God. You never know this could happen to you. Well, was it a few days ago? A few days ago, they found one guy. Ooh! Ah! Caught it twice. Yes, they are the and I read, you know, first couple of times I saw it. I go. This is Clickbait. I'm not going to go for it. Not going to go for it. I thought all right, I'll go for it. I'll see. And it turned out. This guy had Ah, case of the virus in April, And then the doctor said that you're cleared and then in May, it perked up again. Which which makes you think that Well, you know, maybe he just never really got rid of the virus right? Maybe wasn't fully recovered, and it flared up again. And then they said, Well, no, no, it's it's it's the two viruses had slightly different genetic components to him. It's like Okay, well, then, that's like two different diseases of it. It's not that he didn't have immunity. It's that this was a slightly different virus that got to him. No, I said, you know, I didn't even actually end up reading the story. I saw the headline to found the one that has happened to a couple of people in Hong Kong or somewhere. I know they very if it happens at all, it's very, very rare, and it gives the scolds just another talking point. To get all worked up about shake their fist it well when we come back another disappointing poll on who would take the covert 19 vaccine. Turns out in California, not a heck of a lot of people. And you know what I say to them? Screw them Good. You know, Darwinism gets right. That's that's what this is going to be Darwinism even though you and I are covered 19 not that deadly, but that But, hey, you want to you want to stay inside the rest of your life? Go right ahead. I'm going to be first in line for the fears of everything. And now it's the fear of Trump and the fear of vaccines Because that that they're brainwashed Every person I know who's like this spends all day watching cable news. And it's infiltrated their brain. And their brains have gone haywire now, and they don't have a way to control their fears. They don't have a way to regulate their anxiety anymore. Morning, too, and coming up work to speak of this. John and me, Never Marquez News. As you heard, the guy's just talking about the CDC has released new guidance on close contact when it comes to covert 19 infectious disease specialist, Dr Yvonne Maldonado says the updated guidance now defines close contact is being within 6 ft. Of someone.

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"17 minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Progressive insurance on the way in 17 minutes, man who was in the room. With Nixon when he found out he had the Corona virus, ESPN Tom Rinaldi doing his due diligence with the huge game between Georgia and Alabama, and just when they were talking quality it another huge thing to talk about Saban's positive testing 68 years old right there in the susceptibility range. Tom will be here at 805 a M Eastern to take us through that incredible moment. He was there in the room seven found out, Take it or shake. It is brought to you by Ranger pretty simple here, either We're taking it. It's a yes or shaking it and we're throwing it off. Let's roll, fellas. We are witnessing the best Aaron Rodgers play we have ever seen out of old number 12, take it or shake it. Like, you know, I mean, who set this narrative up that this is the best that we've ever seen? Yes, therefore no far, said it the other day. Yeah. So integrate reply just folded Dan Orlovsky. And did you hear what the guy and Rogers said himself to every parent Dan Orlovsky to Brett Legend Jack compare their plane of comparing their comments and so look. Yes, He's playing great football, but I've seen this before. I've seen it before. He just led his team to the NFC championship game last year. 26 7736 sets off for interception. 4000 yards. I mean, it's like I get it. It sounds great. He's motivated because Jordan Love got drafted. That's fine. But no, we've only played for five games this season could potentially be the best one ever wanna go back to reply? Who said that? Well, it was Brett Park. The man a quarterback set in his cell, meaning a Roger, he said his 74 more comfortable, but everybody judges him different. It's all in a bad year for me as a courier for a career year for others, love that arrogance. Love the swagger. That's why he is who he is. Let's run through this fellow's Philadelphia Eagles should sign Libyan bell taking or shaking himself. He tried to go by right quick. Shakey's you if you lay beyond Bel, I'm not going to the damn Philadelphia eat their bare football team. I'm tryingto win. Got my money from the Jets. Thank you, Jets. Now I need to get my Super Bowl win. So I'm looking for a contender. I'm looking for teen that I could go in and contribute right away. I'm looking for the Oakland Raiders, and maybe I compare myself with Josh Jacobs. I'm looking for the New England Patriots. I could get in that backfield. We can do those of the type of team..

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"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Still dealing with some traffic backups, Mike Yeah, it's still pretty busy to the south. Here, Ben. Take for instance, the expressway South bound. We're still seeing delays out of the city. Now you clear up down past self bay, your back in it by Furnace Brook Parkway. It's only about 16. Maybe 17 minutes from the tunnel to the split. The north on expressway is fine for those coming in. No worries coming in on the expressway three South. Jammed up well over a mile through nor, well, there had been a crash down after route 53 95 South backs up shortly after mechanic Street down past 4 95. 1 28 South bounds Good coming down through Needham into dead him. But 93 is backed up both ways exiting for route. 24 stays like that on 24 south for a bit to the north. Let's see on for 90. Five's doing Not too well. I think Let's check in with your mom free insurance Road report. No, No, it's not. We've gotta crash here on 45 south out of the Chelmsford stretches after the chalice for a rest area. Got everything at a stand still all the way back toward route for you. If you know your way around some of the back roads in this area, you may well be ableto jump off route for its sneak around this crystal back in the fray Insurance throat report. Elsewhere to the north. Things really aren't so bad Roots three and 93 north or both. Pretty good up towards for 95 Rue one's wide open, thea Per and everyone 20 was pretty good all day. It still is. And then the Mass Turnpike, a 22 minute drive from the proton allowed to route 30. That's pretty good. My king W B. C's traffic on the three checking the four day actuate The forecast. Here's Karl whether what weather will remain with us through this evening with occasional rain, but that'll begin to taper off later on tonight, but still brisk and chili through the night.

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"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A will not begin its 2020 2021 season until at least January. Christmas Start date is still the ideal scenario. But that's an area was increasingly unlikely. Silver is operating with the goal to play a standard 82 games season in front of fans at N B. A arenas in 2021. The Celtics and he will play Game four of their Eastern Conference final. Siri's tomorrow night at 8 30. Game Three of the Western Conference finals is tonight at nine. Lakers lead the Nuggets two games to none, and the Red Sox begin a three game set with the Orioles at Fenway Park. Tonight. Nick Pavetti gets the ball for the socks. First pitch. 7 30, Brian Antonelli. W busy Boston's news, right? 3 13 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers up New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. We're going to start Mike all north of the city. Then here, we've got terrible delays on 93 north. It's now locked up before Concord Street, Wilmington up through and over almost five miles. Don't get stuck in this. It's a crash cleanup going on just before Dad's Kam Road. Just one lane is squeezing by their elsewhere to the South. Here we go, the express wages crawling along from the O'Neill tunnel down to South Bay. Really? Not so bad after that, Yeah, it's a little slow into the brain tree Split, but only 17 minutes. Boston to Braintree could be worse. Nor found delays coming in. Not so bad. Granted, have a past Neponset circle. Otherwise, it's good coming up past Columbia Road. 93 a slow both ways getting to route 24 bad DeLay's room 1 38 both directions through Milton and can't in this is ongoing roadwork right at that intersection of Brush Hill Road, They squeeze it down to one lane there through three. South has some brake lights coming off the expressway, but it's good down past Union Street and into South Weymouth. Out to the West. Delays. Continue 1 90 Northwest Boylston up into holding a few miles. That's roadwork going on that pass through 12 the mass turnpikes in pretty good shape right now and then downtown that things aren't so bad. The lower decks Okay, The Tobin Bridge is off to a good start and store. Oh, drives clear both ways. At Mass Half my king with Double D B Z.

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"17 minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the car, Kenya's bridge and Easy 17 minute drive. Julie Deputies were Kikui de Mama Nevada's On the next news hour. The state of American Healthcare. We conclude our series with a hard look at where US medicine is right now. That's Tuesday on the PBS NewsHour. And that, of course, ahead to three o'clock here on public radio coming up in this segment of the world. One of the stories you hear about flooding in Sudan reaching record levels. Michael stayed in from Michelle Hennigan at 2 21. Hi, Marco Woman you're with the world. Throughout this election year. We're bringing you the stories of first time Latino voters through our Siri's every 30 seconds. Almost every 30 seconds a young Latino in the U. S. Turns 18. And becomes eligible to vote in Washington state. One of those first time voters is Michelle Aguilar Ramirez. I feel like planet changes, like had never been taking serious. But she's taking it seriously, as are a lot of other young Latinos as they head to the polls as me. He menace from KOW in Seattle has a story Michelle Ramirez remembers when she first got interested in climate change. It was in her eighth grade science class. Someone brought a heat waves. And then they brought a California fires in Like it became like a whole debate within the classroom. Some people are saying exist. People did said that it didn't exist and people like me we're like her like was that Michelle started looking into it and now as a 17 year old about to turn 18 this month. It's galvanized the way she thinks, and the way she lives, Michelle start of eating less meat. She got her mom and family to use less plastic. And my mom was always complaining about how I like the fact that I have all these jars and I don't know what I'm doing with them. I need to But then later on, I see her with her little was one of my jars. Holding her size on, she holds up a glass jar that can now hold her makeup rushes. Michelle is not alone, more than half the Genji generation that's teenagers and those in their early twenties. Believe that climate change is tied to human activity. That is true even among Jen Zy Republicans, and it's having an impact. They start showing their parents how to recycle. So what we start seeing is a knowledge base that they're starting the teach and engage the parents. That's She works for Latino Community Fund of Washington State. Engaging Latinos on environmental justice says Latinos and communities of color are inherently tied to these issues. Whether that's farm workers and poor air quality or pollution in urban areas, they're often the hardest hit by the impacts of climate change. Where she lives in eastern Washington. Many of Russell's neighbors have been evacuated due to an ongoing wildfire and those wildfires are becoming more frequent and.

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"17 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just over 17 minutes, my mistakes, folks. Just under 17 minutes. Mata off the draw from center ice along wrist shot is gloved by Lennar in the Vegas, Greece, but it just said around 17 around 17 and you wouldn't have to worry about that lost her mind. John. Wait a minute. Troy Murray Broadcasting live. The wind Trust Blackhawks broadcast booth face off the right hand side of Robin Leonard. It'll be the four seasons heating air conditioning and plumbing face off for all right reasons. Four seasons at the United Center. We have this enormous, beautiful scoreboard staring us in the face where we can see everything really well, but Their situation here. Boxer a little hard to tell. So bear with us, folks. We'll keep you informed as much as possible. There's Patrick Brown, with a puck to the hotline, tosses the puck into the hawk's own to break. It'll move it out to center ice on the left wing to Strom. He lifts a bouncer in front of a Vegas net and Leonard has to go down in the butterfly position to block it and then plop on it ahead of the crease for whistle. Faceoff stays in the Vegas zone to one talks, a little snow shower from somebody. He's got a playoff beard going and these took off his master. Get rid of some of the snow. It was all over his facial hair. Boy, that is a dangerous, dangerous play for goaltender to have to make a bouncing puck in front of them. And you're right. You can look it looks like he just had a snow cone. The abominable snowman. Uh, Robin was a good guy when he was here. Really appreciate it getting you know he's alive personality. That's a fact. And known to speak his mind face off.

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"17 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"17 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Minutes. Fulsome Boulevard. Try five south, down 5 17 minutes out of woodland now and coming in from the Davis area. 13 minutes across the causeway traffic on the tens every 10 minutes more. Is that the afternoon Bob Williams News 93.1 Kfbk. This is a forecast that will be very easy to remember. Today. Sunny and hot. I Hae Neer 96 in the Valley tomorrow exactly the same Friday Sunny and hot 197. But you treated for okay. Excellent. Let's get over to news from your neighborhood. Albert Parnell joins us. And what do you have for sir? Yes, that's coming out of the Sonoma Index. Tribune's so Sanoma County officials once through my residents that the county has a mental health warm line to provide support to any caller who might be experiencing stress or anxiety anxiety. It's free and there are humans. On the other end of the line for English and Spanish is seven days a week from 10 AM 7 p.m. I have the number for him. It's 7075652652 That's 7075652652 I love humans on the other end of the line. Well, that's just good to begin with. But, you know, in a very serious note for anybody out there who's listening right now, and you're struggling. You know the job thing, the money thing. I mean, there we have heard from so many mental professionals talking about the psychological implications over 19 0 yeah. Shutdowns, the lock down, working from home the juggling family at home. It's difficult to reach out, you know, I mean, really, Just don't be afraid. So talk to it. All right, So the vast majority of California's this is coming now from Thie Ah study done by the Public Policy Institute of California. They do statewide surveys to kind of take the dick thing. Temperature of the state on the big issues okay, 74%. I believe that people should always wear masks in public to prevent this friend of the Corona virus. I believe that number. Okay, 2/3 say they support the black lives matter Movement and 60% say that racism is a big problem in the nation today. This is all, according to the latest state White survey Now there were differences. California's mostly on the same page, but there were differences in degrees of views. Between racial groups and geographic areas are those numbers are pretty consistent with what we've heard. Right. So that's just the latest that is out today from the Public Policy Institute. Did you know it might be Kamala Harris? Did you know it might be? Well, someone let the cat out of the bag early. It just might be. We're going to tell you why that rumor is a floating around everywhere this morning, and we've got some audio on that support that coming up. Yes, we do. Plus protecting our computers. Our computer systems are cos they're very concerned about it, protecting them from hackers. They demand money after they take control. We're going to talk about ransom wherein the new techniques coming up in three minutes. Because it matters where you get your new novel, Corona viruses is dangerous and it's contagious is a fact based coverage. California school Children will not be returning to campuses in the fold with a very latest asks, are really important to stay connected and we should be using them. Everyone's Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK Kelly Brothers here for Master's wholesale serving contractors of builders for 45 years is where the experts would walk in. They get high end appliances at wholesale prices. You and I went three blocks further and paid 30 35% more at the big box retail.

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