35 Burst results for "25"

Dine-and-Dashers Abduct, Assault Waitress Who Tried to Stop Them, NJ Police Say

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | Last week

Dine-and-Dashers Abduct, Assault Waitress Who Tried to Stop Them, NJ Police Say

"I was just reading about something that happened in turnerville, New Jersey, Washington township. And this is going to get me in trouble for saying this. Because we need to have a serious conversation about race in America. When Joe Biden talks about the thugs at the at the capitol on January 6th, what about all the violence we're seeing in the streets of America today? Chicago. How about Saturday at the nifty 50s, in turnerville, New Jersey? Police are searching for the suspects caught on surveillance video who are believed to be involved in the attack. Now, there's no mention of the suspect's race. No mention of the waitress is race. Here's what happened. There was a table of 5 customers who were attempting to skip out on their $70 bill at this diner. And the waitress sees it. And she goes out into the parking lot to try to confront the 5 suspects. They abducted the 20 year old, they dragged her into the car and they beat her. Mercilessly. The vehicle headed north on route 42, made a U turn was headed north south toward Monroe township, and then they pushed her out of the vehicle. Somehow she was in killed. She was beaten badly. Because she's a hardworking young woman trying to make a living waiting tables. Now, I'm reading this article, and I'm wondering, why is there no descriptive descriptor of the suspects? Well, we know the answer to that. The media never identifies black suspects anymore as being black suspects. And yeah, these suspects are black. And she's white. Now, I don't know that bad people are bad people. Criminals are criminals. But we do see a dish proportionate percentage of crime being committed in the streets of America by black Americans.

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Every Symbol of American Patriotism Is Under Attack

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

Every Symbol of American Patriotism Is Under Attack

"Was reading an article this morning online from The New York Times entitled redesigning America's flag. What if we redesigned the American flag? Why not? And so a lot of woke people came up with different designs for the American flag 6 different takes. On old glory. They want to redesign the American flag. It suggests this article suggests, and I need to apologize to you because the other day there was a conversation about the the him lift every voice and sing. As an appropriate pregame anthem if you will, it's often referred to as the black national anthem. It's a beautiful Sean. And I told you that I didn't have that big a deal with it. And a lot of people were offended and I was ready for that. I figured you might be. I just felt like it wasn't that big a deal because it wasn't replacing the national anthem. It was going to be played or it is being played before the national anthem. But there is only one national anthem. And when I read about idiocy like redesigning the American flag I'm reminded that every symbol of patriotism every act of expressing our love of country. Everything that we believe in America as Americans is under attack. Then there should be no wiggle room. At sporting events, either. There should only be one Nash anthem.

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NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:05 min | Last week

NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports

"Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn, New York is legendary and the owner of Kellogg's diner has decided enough is enough actually she's been pushing back for a while over these insane mandates and leaders elected officials telling people how to live their lives under the guise of welcome on our guest line. Irene syndrome is hiring boy oh boy, you are up against it. You decided to sue Bill de Blasio. You talk about mister smith going to Washington. How about Irene taking on the mayor of New York? I have to. I need to feed my children, Mike. I have to do what I can do to protect my family. You're a single mom of four children and these crazy mandates and restrictions that have put restaurants in the New York City area through such agony. And I've watched it. I witnessed it last winter. I couldn't believe it with people trying to put tense out in the streets with karashi heaters. This whole thing has been a nightmare. So walk us through your story, Irene and tell us why you're challenging New York and tell us how these requirements have impacted Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn. So I first want to let everybody know that I'm not against of this vaccine or any vaccine that can save lives. But I don't want to be forced to take this vaccine or force anybody to take a vaccine. They don't want to put in their body. Now, these mandates, like you asked me, what have they done to me? The first man dates there was no protection put on us. So once these lockdowns were taken off. We started getting suit because we defaulted in our contracts. We couldn't afford all these big rents that we had or these mortgages that we had because we had no business. We were only doing delivery and takeout. We weren't doing the volume that we normally do on without a pandemic happening. Nowhere near it. We're even close to that. All we could afford at the time was food bills and payroll, and if so, like, it was horrendous. I didn't have the option to put tables outside. Very little. I had a little driveway. You know, I'm on top of a train station. I'm on a corner that is so dangerous and intersection. So I didn't even have that option that others also had to even, you know, do some business outside. Right. Everything was just take out and delivery for me. It was very difficult. I now face 1.4 judgment. Against

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"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:06 min | Last week

"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Resident book lover and host of meet the writers, George and Godwin, who is, of course, at the event, good afternoon to you, Georgina. Hi, Marcus. It's lovely to talk to you. I want to take issue with your word book worm. Why? Well, you know, it sounds kind of negative, doesn't it? So I was wondering today where it came from. And there are actual insects that live in that love kind of eating the glue. But what I thought was really interesting was once I started looking at it in Indonesia, they call them book fleas in Romania. They call them library mouse in German. It's a redirect in French, it's an ink drinker and in Danish. It's a reading horse. I think I think compared to a read rat bookworm student anyway, but hey, let's talk about where you are now. So last year annual hey festival was partly held online and in person due to the pandemic, of course. So what is the situation over there? What does it look like? How has he recovered post COVID? It's bounce back so beautifully, of a pardon the dog. Did you bring your dog with you? Of course. Do you want to tell our listeners, what's happening over there? So it really has bounced back. It's absolutely brilliant. I mean, so last year, it was very, very kind of mostly online. There were very few events that happened actually in person. And so it's wonderful to see all of these people back in the room. I mean, people are masked, obviously. And I think that the rules in Wales are a little bit strict as it's been in England. But actually it's wonderful to see people there and actually to have people on the stage. Nothing can make up for that face to face experience. Now, how much can you tell us about the program of events lined up this time around? Show some wonderful things. The Oscar winner emerald fennel will be here the adventure of bear grilled broadcasters Anita Ronnie Claire balding feek lover Jane garvey also David hare who's talking about his essays and tone, lots of changes in culture and politics and he talks about all sorts of things from the photographer Lee Miller to Sarah Bernhardt to Jimmy Savile. All sorts of things very much kind of capturing the zeitgeist right now. A little bit later on today, I'm going to see Dan saladino who's exploring foods around the world that are threatened with extinction. And he looks at what this means for humanity and the future of the planet. Also Robin into the comedian writer and broadcaster is talking about one of the most popular science fit and science podcasts, the infinite monkey cage. And he talks about why science isn't just for professionals and why curiosity in the field really sparks humility. And I think possibly the biggest highlight for me is actually nothing to do with literature tomorrow night the actor Miriam margulies is switching on the town's Christmas lights and then she has an event. And of course that is really all about the community here. And the community is so strong. Not just locals and there is a wonderful local community, but also people coming in from all over the country, and indeed the world. And I think that's going to be a just like a massive street party. That sounds amazing. Tell me about how international that event is this time around obviously UK steel. It's a bit tricky to come to this country considering that you have to feel some forms and you have to book yourself a test. Do you think that has limited the number of participants from around the world? You know, I mean, there are a few people in terms of people who are actually speaking. There are a few people joining us on Zoom. So some of those are just, you know, digitally. But there are a lot of people. So for instance, the winner of the Bailey Gifford prize was here in person at the hear from the state and various others. And just looking at the members of the audience, it's clear that there are some people here from further fields who've taken that chance and book their tickets and luckily it's worked so that they've been able to be here. Now Georgina, what is their still about to take place you're looking forward to in particular? So much going on. And you know, it's really difficult when you look at a program and try and decide what it is that you're actually going to go and see. I think I'm really looking forward to Sarah hall, the author and also Elizabeth J and as I say, Miriam margulies will be wonderful. But there's also a lot of pop ups around the town. So there's a lot of food and drink, you know, you wouldn't think that Wales was a place for Mexican food, for instance, but there is a fantastic kind of mexicana pop up where you can go and get your tacos and things. And then as I say, the talent just comes alive and hey, of course, is known for its bookshops. And that, I think, is one of the key highlights for me because I'm not really working this time, not doing much on stage. So I'm going to have time to really root around in those bookshelves. Now, Marcus, I think you're aware of how much book post I guess at Monaco, probably around 15 books a week, but I'm afraid that doesn't stop me from buying more than I'm here. I hope you have got a big suitcase with you. Just finely chosen to paint a picture. What happens in the evening over there when the official programming ends for the days? They're much networking, mingling taking place, people eating tacos are the pups busy. Well, absolutely. As I said in French bookworm is drinker. Well, I think you could just put drinker in there. So there is a lot of socializing. And you know, it's just wonderful just to be able to catch up with members of the book community. And not just writers that were publishers, the PR and various other people. And of course, fellow book lovers or indeed book worms. More of course, Georgia Godwin, they're joining us from hey on why you are listening to the briefing on a monocle 24. And finally on today's program, it's time for our.

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"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:58 min | Last week

"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"That's also just a sign of how fractured and how different the approaches are right now in the U.S., some are taking almost this civil route if you will because they feel they have no criminal recourse in many ways also laws just need to be changed in order for certain verdicts to come. That's part of the issue as well. And finally, it is of course worth mentioning to go back to ahmaud Arbery, just the fact that there was cell phone footage was so crucial without that. I think that's where a lot of the worry comes in terms of how far we have to go. Unless you have such a very clear objective view of things, it's hard to get a conviction. Exactly. Just finally cruise the question over gun control in the U.S.. Do you think something will eventually change? Well, sadly, it looks more like things might go in the other direction there is, for example, a key court case at the Supreme Court at the moment where we might hear sometime between now and June from the Supreme Court on whether you can carry guns openly in American society, whether you have a constitutional right to carry guns openly in society. That is a key question currently before the Supreme Court, they could well given the conservative majority we have in the U.S., it is possible that they will rule in favor of allowing open carry. And this is important in the cases of ahmaud Arbery in the case of Kyle rittenhouse because there is this feeling particularly among black Americans that they do not feel safe in many American communities. And that's partly because of the amount of guns that do exist in American society. And then also a double standard that then exists within that about who is allowed to carry a gun in American society who gets away with carrying a gun. And that was a lot of the focus as well this week when it comes to both of these cases the double standards in the U.S. justice justice system who gets away with what based on the color of your skin. It's there. Thank you very much for joining us here on the briefing. Now here is monocoque carlota rabelo with the days other new set liars. Thanks, Marcus, at least 27 people have drowned in the English Channel, while trying to cross from France to the UK in the worst disaster on record involving migrants in the channel. UK prime minister Boris Johnson and French president Emmanuel Macron agreed to step up efforts to prevent migrants from making the journey for suspected people smugglers have been arrested by French authorities. Australia is sending peacekeeping troops to the Solomon Islands as violence continues across the capital city of henan for a second day. Protesters had stormed the parliament in a bit to oust the prime minister defying a lockdown and setting fire to government buildings and businesses. Scott Morrison said police and army personnel would provide stability and security to the Pacific island nation. The Biden administration has placed a dozen more Chinese companies on a blacklist of firms over national security concerns. Many of the groups on the so called entity list stand accused of helping China's army to crack America's encryption codes. The move comes amid growing tensions between Beijing and Washington over Taiwan and trade policy. And the nominations are in for the Grammy Awards, devoting process has also been reformed. The anonymous committee that used to select a short list have been scrapped, leaving the decisions with members of the recording academy. Read more about the awards, including the addition of a new category on our daily newsletter, the monocle minutes, just subscribe at Monaco dot com for slash minutes. Those are the days headlines back to you Marcus. Thanks carlotta. We head now to Latin America for around off stories with lucinda Elliott Monaco correspondent in the region, losing to her recently returned from Santiago for Chile's general election over the weekend. Welcome to the program. So listen, what was the mood like in Chile? Well, broadly markers, I found the city of Santiago quite downbeat. I mean, Chile is still reeling from these very violent protests that took place in late 2019 and the graffiti and the memories of that can be seen all over town, obviously, on top of the pandemic. I mean, it's worth saying how Chile and its capital really differs from other major Latin American cities and that things actually work. I mean, the COVID procedures at the airport and around town are like nothing I've seen before. You know, you're tested on entry. You have to update your systems daily online, mask wearing is extremely strict. The metro is very efficient. But that progress has made the country stand up that has made the country stand out over the past 20 years. Is really being assessed now and the economic model is being called into question because as I found, there are great levels of social inequality. And the two frontrunners in this presidential race cast and boric who will now go to a runoff have very different ideas for the economic and political future of Chile, one from the conservative side and one from the further to the left. Now listen to the big question is why did only four to 5% of chileans bother to vote? Yeah, I mean, there are a number of reasons for this pretty dismal turnout. And this is not something new. I found there were similar figures that were recorded in the last two presidential first rounds. And in Chile, unlike in most countries in South America, like Brazil or like Argentina, voting is not mandatory. So for the past decade, you can choose whether to vote and up until recently you weren't automatically registered either. Then on the back of that, something that I believe had started in the mid 1990s after the return to democracy is that many people no longer identify with political parties, at least the ones that have been on the ticket for the past 30 years. And that creates a level of apathy among voters. In fact, fewer than 20% of chileans in a survey in 2019 said that they actually identified with a political group. And so the third aspect, which I certainly saw when I went to a more working class and a part of town to the south of Santiago was there's very little in the way of civic engagement or education around voting. I mean, there were more people going to the market on Sunday than queuing at the polling station. So yeah, this all leads to these quite honestly, pretty poor turnout rates. And in the second round, both contenders will now be looking to attract more people who simply don't have a go go out to vote. That's presidential runoff is less than a month away. What do you expect from the next three and a half weeks? Well, the votes are really fragmented. You have Gabriel borik on the left. He's narrowly behind with roughly 25% of the vote in the first round versus 27 for caste who's an ultra conservative..

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole

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Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

"Mac Jones pastor Nelson Agholor for a nineteen yard touchdown and Nick folk connected on four field goals as the knowing the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons twenty five to nothing Jones was twenty two of twenty six for two hundred and seven yards folks bill goals were up thirty to forty four fifty three and thirty three yards Kyle van Noy also scored on a thirty five yard intercepted pass return the patriots defense held the falcons two hundred sixty five total yards and sacked the land a quarterback Matt Ryan four times Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Vasilevskiy makes 25 saves, Lightning beat Islanders 4-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Vasilevskiy makes 25 saves, Lightning beat Islanders 4-1

"In their first meeting since last year's Stanley Cup semifinal series the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the New York Islanders for one Monday night new York's only goal came less than three minutes into the game by Matthew bars all the leggings Matthew Joseph answer twenty three seconds later to even the score Joseph Felter defense was key you know I think we were just more committed to play defense we've you know stop in front of the net and and the guys are willing to block shots and it's good to see you know the guys playing defensive for for your goalie and that's how you win games Anthony's really made it to one Tampa Bay New York showed signs of road weariness playing there twelve of thirteen straight road games there were over three on the power play the lightning's Brayden point and Steven Stamkos added two more tallies to seal the win Baltimore's account Tampa

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Brian Kilmeade Knew Fox News Was Special 25 Years Ago

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Kilmeade Knew Fox News Was Special 25 Years Ago

"And today I get to talk to the author of a book called the president and the freedom fighter, Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass and their battle to save America soul. And the author of the book is someone you may know, named Brian kilmeade, Brian, you look very familiar. Eric, thanks so much for your support over the years. Every time I have a book out, you always say come down to this cathedral. And this place is the nicest studio I've ever seen. Period. Thank you very much. Look, this, I think I told you this. And by the way, people, if you're just tuning in, this guy has been on Fox and Friends for how many years now? 25. Radio show for 13. Well, hold on a second. Did you just say 25? Yeah, I started doing it in junior high. I thought so. Yeah, it was crazy. Playing pop Warner football and they grabbed you. It took me 12 years to be to get to Fox. And then once I got there, I realized how great it was, even though no one had heard of it yet. So when it started, I started filling in as a sports guy, and then it evolved and things started going crazy from the war from the election mess to the war on terror to the Iraq War. First election mess. Failure to a 2000 Chad hanging chads. Yes. So you are the youngest living institution in the country. Seriously, that's amazing 25 years from the beginning. Yeah, I mean, I knew when I walked into that place who was going to be special, they were all about winning. They're all about substance. They're all about getting things done completion oriented. Every time they would be a negative story out, they would put their headline on the wall. I'm like, wow, they're not running for negative stories. They would laugh at being laughed at. These guys, this is like Bill Parcells. And the Giants before they were even 500. Until recently, I'm talking about the build ourselves just 25 years. Good

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The Comical Switches of Brian Kilmeade Being Booed and Cheered on Stage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

The Comical Switches of Brian Kilmeade Being Booed and Cheered on Stage

"And you had that great interaction with ainsley the other day about the Billy Joel concert You know you were saying how in New York if you were to go on stage sometimes you get booed and then you go to Alabama and George and other places And everybody's cheering right Now it's a totally like two different world Real quick I get asked to play in the celebrity All-Star Game at Chase stadium where excuse me Citi Field And everybody can cheer I'd go up in New York where I grew up to 25 miles where I grew up and I get booed and I go wait I mean what did I do I mean I used to play something And then I go out and go to skin's concept and it gets off the stage playing free bird They play watching Ronnie van zant playing in the 1970s and Johnny van synk is off the stage comes up behind it says join me on stage I go wait You're playing free birdie Yeah but my brother's sing this one I think brings me up What country I mean I say what planet am I on but we've seen that you snuck up on me while I watched his concert I mean you can't pay him No you can't You

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'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant

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USA TODAY Sports HS football Super 25 rankings

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

USA TODAY Sports HS football Super 25 rankings

"Mike Rossi a reporting Georgia tops the first college football playoff rankings of the twenty twenty one season SEC powers Georgia and once beaten defending national champion Alabama are ranked one two in the first college football playoff rankings of the season the Bulldogs with the date no record or also number one in the Associated Press college football top twenty five I'm beat Michigan state of the big ten is ranked third with pac twelve power Oregon fourth Ohio state is fifth with unbeaten Cincinnati sixth making the Bearcats the highest ranked team from outside the power five conferences in playoff top twenty five history rounding out the top ten our Michigan Oklahoma Wake Forest and Notre Dame hi

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There Are Too Many White Teachers in Virginia, Says Terry Mcauliffe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

There Are Too Many White Teachers in Virginia, Says Terry Mcauliffe

"How about the assertion that Terry McCullough makes that there are too many white teachers in Virginia? That's what Patrick and Hayward California wants to tackle. Here in the relief factor dot com studios, how you doing Patrick? Great. That's just exactly what I wanted to talk about. Good. You talk about a community of Hispanic and Asians and whites and black living together. I live in a very diverse community and all that guy is doing is saying that as an educator that this critical race theory is not something that these people want to push on their children. Why would they want to become educators? Why would they why would they why would they want to walk into that buzz shark? Why would they even want to walk into this? And how would you? And how do you feel if you're a teacher for 25 years in Virginia and you happen to be white? What do you not count? Terry McCullough? You don't care about the 50% of the students that are a color that correct. You're trying to you're trying to put them on the back burner and say, oh well, you're not good enough to be an educator. That's what we want. That's what we want to teach our students. These people love America. Especially you want to talk about the immigrants like the Hispanic and the Asians that are part that make up this classroom. These people love America. And you want to they're trying to tell you that you want to become an educator and keep them America's awful? No, I don't buy it. That guy needs to go. He sure does Patrick well put, I appreciate

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GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:28 min | Last month

GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

"Morning. Good morning, mister young, and good to have you back. Good morning, you. How are you? Good. Your voice, I went down with the fetching misses Hewitt to listen to you on Saturday morning. We were surprised that there are a thousand Republicans and old town period. They all showed up, but I heard your voice and my wife turned to me, said I've heard your voice that way. You've been talking too much. So I gather, you've got crowds everywhere you're going according to The New York Times. Cue the crowds have been huge everywhere we're going. And yes, we've done 50 events in the last ten days. Wow. And I'm not going through adolescence again. But we're working every day to keep everything together. Yeah, Glenn young and if you're finishing with thousands of people at every rally according to The New York Times and poor old Terry mcauliffe, can't get ten people in a room. What's that tell you about this race? Well, we got huge momentum. It's really fun to see everybody come together across Virginia. And here what's been most amazing is it's Republicans, it's Democrats, it's independence. It's folks from all walks of life. I mean, the polls show it, we're winning. We're winning independents by double digits every event we have. I have people streaming in saying glad we're Democrats. We've never voted for a Republican before. We're voting for you. We've been in the Latino vote. We've been endorsed by organizations that have never endorsed Republicans before the Hampton roads black caucus. It is so great to see unity. It's so great to see everybody coming together and the momentum is huge. And you're right, that event announced that Andrea was something else. I thought there'd be 25 or 50 people. We had to code it on. And there were so many people. I thought I was going to say hi to you. Not a chance. There was a CF people and people. This is like the middle of New York City in Virginia. You can't you can't expect the Republican to barnstorm in Alexandria two days before an election. But Glenn young did. Yeah, and we're done. We just finished a big swing through southwest Virginia the crowds were huge. There's a red sign everywhere. It is really, really fun to watch this happen. You know, you it's no longer a campaign. It's a movement. It's a movement being led by parents. It's a movement being led by virginians and on this ballot on one side of it is Terry mcauliffe and his big government control and his desire to have parents separated from their children by government and on the other side as Virginia. In my name, but it's virginians and it is so so awesome to watch this

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | Last month

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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'War by Other Means' Author General Keith Kellogg on the Politicization of the Military

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:15 min | Last month

'War by Other Means' Author General Keith Kellogg on the Politicization of the Military

"Okay, this is exciting. There's a brand new book out. It's called war by other means. It is by a general who was in the Trump White House Keith Kellogg. He was former national security adviser to president Trump. We know that well, the book purports to reveal the politics at play within our highest ranking military leadership and how caving to the leftist agenda and cultural pressure by those in the top ranks of America's military has left America, more vulnerable to national security threats than ever. Unfortunately, I don't need any convincing on that score. But it is a real pleasure. To have a general Keith Kellogg on the program to tour to talk about his new book war by other means general welcome to this program. Thank you. Thanks for having me today. Well, let's jump right into it. What you say, unfortunately, is something that seems to be pretty clear to those who are paying attention to what's going on. How is it possible that this could happen? You always think that there are firewalls put up by the founders in the constitution so that this kind of thing can not happen. In the military is supposed to be the military. They're not supposed to be about transgender policies or about white nationalist threats. What in the world enabled this kind of thing to happen? Because when I think of a general, whether it's general Mattis or Millie, it's hard for me to process that they have to cut to the chase gone over to the dark side that something has happened in their careers or at some point to allow them to be used by the I will call it the anti American left, at least that's how I see it. What do you suppose has happened that this was made possible. Yeah, it's sanctuary. I think it's a great question. I think the military the senior levels have become really politicized. And I think part of that very honestly was because of 20 years of war and Afghanistan. And that's one of the reasons by the way I wanted to get out of Africa with the president as well. Because the military became too politically aligned going forward and they saw where the money was coming from and the philosophers they had behind it. And they had reached a point with Mark milley where you see him today. And very candidly, Mark and I have known each other for 25 years. But he has put himself in a position and the way he's talking right now that you never saw general Meyer, a former chairman, general Meyer, Pete pace, Hugh Shelton, Colin Powell. Joe Dunford, none of them spoke the way he speaks now. And he's become very, very politicized on his approach to the military. And I think it's a huge mistake. I think a mistake for the military. And I reminded a lot of people, people forgot what article two section two of the constitution talks about. And there's one unitary commander chief and he's elected commander in

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Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

"Right now there is a multi thousand person caravan heading straight for our country, right to the southern border. Between all the mainstream activist networks ABC, NBC CBS CNN MSNBC, zero, mentions on their morning show. This morning that there is a multi thousand person caravan heading for the southern border. Let's go to cut 40 build illusion reporting on how migrants are hiding in cars on trains on their way to San Antonio high cut 40. What you're looking at are Texas state troopers finding 19 illegal immigrants hiding inside of brand new cars that were inside of a train being shipped to the San Antonio area. You can see the troopers looking at those migrants panning up and down Texas DPS pulled 5 other single adult males off of this train arrested them as well. They are all going to jail as well. Again, they are not being handed over to border patrol. And now cut 25, Fox shows how many Texas has deployed the state National Guard as caravans gather in Mexico, heading for Texas, play cut 25. What you're looking at is the Texas National Guard deploying to the area in and around the Del Rio international bridge. Why are they doing this? Because they've seen that migrant caravan that's on the way to the United States as we speak. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he is not going to allow another Del Rio situation to happen like we saw with the Haitians last month. He is pre deploying resources out there as a Shoal force to say if the federal government isn't going to secure that area, the state of Texas will step up. We will fill that void, and they are sending a message to that caravan saying, you will not be allowed to enter Texas. Texas is learning from their lesson of the last lesson I should say are their mistake where they allowed Haitians just to walk right into the state of Texas with almost no one stopping

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 Durant scores 25, Nets hand Wizards 1st loss, 104-90

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Durant scores 25, Nets hand Wizards 1st loss, 104-90

"Kevin Durant scored twenty five points for the nets handed the wizards their first loss of the young season by the final score one of four to ninety rather be like nineteen points in a loss to the wizards guard Spencer Dinwiddie had ten points or three thirteen shooting in his first game against his former team since he was dealt to wash in over the summer in a trade that sounded in wood with a video tribute highlighting his five seasons in Brooklyn Patty mills made five three pointers netted twenty one points off the bench what genes hearted at fourteen point your Brooklyn who bounced back after losing their home opener Sunday night Mike Moriarty New York

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Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

"So, as I shared with you Friday, I got an antibody's test, a couple of weeks ago. They screwed up the testing, had something to do with the cargo ships believe it or not. The component they needed at quester LabCorp whoever it was, they didn't have the right component. It took a long time. Anyway, got the results back. The antibodies test, I got, which is a blood test was before my second booster, but I wanted to know what my antibodies were. And I get the test back finally Saturday. My doctor reads it. Here's what he tells me. Hi, Mike. This test shows no antibodies to the now by the way, keep in mind I got the Johnson & Johnson shot in March, all right? This test shows no antibodies to the spike protein, which is the component in the vaccine. This means two possibilities. One, you have no antibodies detected, which implies you are not immune or two, you have no antibodies detected, but you are still somehow immune, but the lab is an accurate enough to detect it. This can happen and is mentioned in the interpretation section. Either way, the goal is to have a positive test to confirm you have antibodies, and that will be more likely to happen about two weeks after this last vaccine you got was administered. Since your antibodies are negative, it also means you have not had the COVID-19 infection, which means that you are either very fortunate that you haven't been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, or you have been exposed and your vaccine has been protecting you. He's starting to sound like Doctor Fauci to me. I can't keep up with anything here. And then I wrote him back. I said, well, does that mean that the first Johnson & Johnson shot, I got in March, the vaccine didn't leave me with antibodies. He writes correct. But keep in mind that these lab tests are never a 100% correct so you can say with reasonable confidence that you didn't have antibodies from the J&J vaccine, but there is always a small chance you do have antibodies that the lab didn't find that chance is likely in the 1% range. There you go. That's my medical information. If you're more confused than I am, you're not alone.

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"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:13 min | Last month

"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Finally on today's program we're off to Japan now where the final preparations are being made for the wedding of princess macco and her non royal husband to be. The relationship has attracted years of media scrutiny in Japan, and much of it has been unfavorable. Well, for more on this, let's hear from monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson Fiona. Welcome to the program. Thanks very much. What is the latest here? What are these last minute preparations and how excited or upset are the Japanese? Well, I mean, it's been a roller coaster a few years. So much has been written about this engagement. And actually this couple of princess Marco komaro, they got engaged in 2017 if you can believe it. The engagement was halted 2018 princess Marco's father said sorry, we're putting a hold on these proceedings. And komaro left for America. And he only reappeared last month. So it's been a very bruising experience. There's been a lot of scoundrel along the way, his mother had a dispute with an ex-boyfriend, which is still unresolved financial dispute. And just the public mood really turned against this marriage. And it really has been a brutal few years for the couple. But finally, they get married tomorrow. It won't be one of these very elaborate weddings that the Japanese public is used to, these beautiful royal weddings. It will actually just be a matter of submitting papers tomorrow. So it's going to be very low key. There will be a press conference apparently afterwards later in the afternoon. But we're not going to see a very photogenic wedding will be very, very low key. How will the public react to that? Obviously, low key is probably good for the princess, but royal women are held to ruthless standards in Japan. So, in a sense, she's turning a page. Yeah, I mean, it's very difficult. So as a royal woman marrying a commoner, the rules are very straightforward. Royal woman marries a commoner, she must leave the royal family. So that's all sort of set out by tradition. So she will be leaving the royal family. She'll be moving to New York. She will become a commoner like her husband and she'll be starting her life. She's trained as an art curator. She trained in the UK actually. And she'll be asking this new life, he's starting out as a junior lawyer, a completely completely different life for princess Marco, who has brought up in the imperial palace in the middle of Tokyo. So it's going to be a big change. I think people feel quite sympathetic towards and they've had a really bruising experience, I think, with the press. But, you know, a lot of people really are not that supportive of this marriage, that there are question marks about komaro whether they're justified or not is irrelevant. This sort of feeling against him, you know, when he started out, he was this cheerful, young. You know, they'd met at university. He seemed like a very nice, you know, welcome addition to the family. And it's all gone very, very sour. So I think it's been absolutely horrific for these two. And yeah, you know, it's been widely reported that princess now has PTSD. So you can imagine how difficult it's been. So I don't know if we can honestly say there'll be massive support. There were protesters out at the weekend, complaining about the wedding and saying that he wasn't a suitable husband. So I think there will be a sigh of relief, probably when it's all over. I understand those that will have the more conservative mindset or royalists, a different relationship to the royal family in Japan than there would be here in the UK, let's say. But I wonder if this sparks a broader conversation about gender inequality in society? Yeah, I mean, it's a really good question. I think, you know, he's had very, very difficult time. Absolutely. But I think it's raising questions about, is it still appropriate for a royal woman in the royal family who marries a commoner? Should she have to leave the royal family? I mean, the royal family is shrinking as it is. Will there be enough people to carry out these engagements and princess Marcos beat a very popular public figure popular member of the royal family? She's 30 now. And so, you know, the public feel they know her rather well. So, you know, I think definitely it raises that question and the way she's being treated is, you know, in many quarters, is going down rather badly. And I think, of course, there's always this background issue about what is Japan going to do about will there be an Empress in the future? Is it going to go on forever the only a male can be emperor? And that's all up for discussion. And I think it does probably reflect the issues in the broader society. Fiona, thank you for this update. That is monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson, I personally am awaiting The Oprah interview that perhaps will come from the princess and her husband debate. That is it. For today's edition of the briefing produced by Rhys James and Emma searle, a researcher, Sophie monaghan coombs. I was studio manager was Christie Evans, the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time. But don't forget to tune in to the monocle daily, which airs live at 1800 London time with host Andrew Mueller and today's panel. I'm Daniel beach. Goodbye, and thank you so much for listening..

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"25" Discussed on The Kurt Angle Show

The Kurt Angle Show

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"25" Discussed on The Kurt Angle Show

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"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Ago. And his name's me how conciliator and he doesn't have to knock on those doors anymore. Last years it's amazing. We don't methanol narcan on their doors anymore because we have so so many kids you can see today. How many how. Many riders are are now on the races. This is the chance to be that we had with today and pretty mush and the possibility that we got some new very good drivers are now much much bigger than it was in britain. I know we've sixty seven million people and we thrown a lot of money at ted. How have you managed to do this in. Slovenia always worked before very very very very good with the boys ended young cyclist but now today and pretty much they were burned. What an amazing man. So it's understandable. The possibly the looney household again to fall in the tour de france costs quite closely but we'll the whole slovenia based succumbing to this yellow jersey fever that that clearly seems you've got some good candidates for it. Are we do indeed. I think anybody in slovenia who isn't heading off for the holidays today. School ended yesterday. And a lot of people will be heading for the croatian coast but everybody else will be absolutely glued to the tour de france there supremely unbothered about the aura. Twenty two thousand and football here after all slovenia didn't qualify despite having the best kit in world football but porgy and rog la everywhere. Their advertising banks internet providers. You go into the to supermarket chain. You'll find a line of taddei pau gotcha sandwiches even amer The only downside of all of this i would say is you've had the predictable explosion of mammals. I middle aged men in lycra. Think the buying a featherweight carbon fiber bike for ten grand is a better idea than losing ten kilos and writing something on a bit more their level maybe they should cut out the teddy begetter sandwiches. I'm sure they're wonderful though delicious. Send me one guide alone. Le'veon thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on the globalist..

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"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Of which we learned further of the thinness of the skin. Which envelops hungary's caloric prime minister viktor orban. All bond bailed at the last minute on attending what turned out to be hungary's valley into old role with germany in munich. Apparently for fear of being seen anywhere near some sort of rainbow related color. Scheme after hungary's parliament occasioned justifiable outrage around europe bypassing an idiotic law forbidding any depiction of homosexuality that might be encountered by impressionable people eighteen and thereby betraying a complete lack of understanding of how this stuff works. And why yes. We all sound tracking a own. Viktor orban with mr ria. That childish sticking with the coming established themes off hungary and football. It may seem to the untrained observer like we just crank stuff out but we don't can we have some sort of doubtless cacophonous mash up of the hungarian and manian national anthems because we also learned to eastern european capital cities have perilously similar names. At least if by we we mean a party of french football finds. You should have paid more attention. In geography classes the hapless supporters secured tickets for francis recent european championship match against hungary and julie packed their accordions and pointlessly long bread and booked flights to book arrest. Well quite upon.

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"25" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Political correspondent Marissa Lagos is covering prop twenty five for cake. . And she's also the CO host of the podcast political breakdown. . Welcome Russa Pale, , Libya. . I. . Can you take us through how the cash bail bond system works in California now? ? Yes. . To do this I am going to make you an accused Felon Olivia Allen Price Right. . So you're walking down the street in San Mateo County. . You, , get arrested on suspicion of possession for sale of a controlled substance. . This wouldn't be like you have a little wheat in your bag. . This would be like maybe you got a bunch hair win or they think you do. . The bill for that is going to be set at twenty five thousand dollars just by the schedule that exists in San Mateo County. . So the officers would arrest you and either you would have to over twenty five grand to the county to secure release or possibly depending on how big of a drug dealer they think you are. . They might make before a judge who could either lower or increase that twenty five thousand. . Dollars say you don't have twenty five grand laying around I mean really who does right? ? You would then decide whether you're going to stay in jail until you can get a trial set or you might call a bail bonds agency and what they would do is essentially guarantee the county that they would pay that twenty five grand if you skipped out on your case. . So if you didn't come back for your trial dates. . In exchange for that, , you would have to pay them ten percent of that amount. . So twenty five, hundred , dollars. . If you have the twenty five grand to post your own bail, , you would get that money back regardless of whether you got convicted of the crime or the charges got dropped or you. . Were found to be innocent. . You would just get that money the just there to make sure you show up at trial. . However, , if you didn't have that kind of cashing around and you had to go through a bail bond agent that twenty, , five, , hundred dollars that you gave them to secure your bond, , you would forfeit, , you would never get that money back. . The whole cash bail system has been under fire for a long time for being inequitable give us an example of how that inequity plays out. . Look people who have been accused of very violent crimes up to murder can sometimes post bail if they have the means but a lot of people end up languishing behind bars for really minor crimes because they just don't have the money their families don't have the money and disproportionately study after study shows these tend be black and Brown people. . If you can't pay that bail amount. . You can't go to work. . You might lose custody of your kid by losing your work. You . might not be able to pay your rent. . So what critics of the system say is that it kind of perpetuates the cycle of poverty. . And potentially leads more people into crime or can lead people to plead guilty to things that they did not do or that they might have a good chance of fighting because they essentially just WanNa get out of jail and get back to their lives. .

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"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Or anywhere without one can't go near doctors offices without a mask here. Walmart in which is like pretty much the only big store we have they require. They they have a sign up that says we we require a message. But you can actually go in and shop and have one on and they're not going to say anything to you. Just two or three doctor appointments with the kids. I got the Electra doctors offices. We didn't wear off and nothing was said to us as far you know, when we're not going to treat your kid without a mask. You know unless you put one on all of our chiropractor appointment. Have been done with us not wearing a mess. Dave never said a word. So while our governor yes would like everyone. To wear masks. His hard reality. Is We're Not Gonna. At least a lot of us here aren't. School here open back up. You're doing social distancing. I think are you required tasks? But I'm not going to say yes for sure because I don't know cuz you know Junior nut and go to public school, so I don't know. But I sort of values I was like if it all doesn't just end unlife go back to normal soon. Pretty sure I'm going to lose the last little bit of Sanity that I happened to have left. But how do you guys feel like where where do you guys stand like a used you guys? We're in your mouth every We're Young and you're supporting a star you're not wearing any we're not somewhere like some places sometimes how do you guys considering putting you guys do in about 2, math-a-thon? Okay guys as much I would love to continue rambling and telling you guys hilarious stories to get you all caught up to where we are right now in life. I've got to save some for the other episodes be I have a two year old running around like crazy that needs to go bed because it's after 10:00 at night. And I have two loads of laundry. I need to finish so we're going to cut this episode off right here, and I will talk to you guys next week.

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"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"So he tried to come in the house. Now if he would have knocked or ring the doorbell first. Yes, we would have gotten nothing let him in but basically we didn't let him in because he didn't change and he knew did not because Andy had already been up for an hour and there was no noise in all of a sudden somebody joking in our door. So like if he would have just knocked or ring the doorbell we offer gladly here open the door and let him and because and he was awake and he was and he wanted to go back to sleep. He would have just woke me up and the guy said it came back high this month. But we've assembled like that. He just tried to just randomly come in without the actual 24 hours notice, but he didn't even know if we'd ever actually even seen the letter off or not. I know he had maybe it was in the basement. So I don't know if she'd actually seen we didn't know if he'd actually seen the whether or not he didn't know if she got home and I don't think don't I don't know if sometimes will be fun, but our van was still down here just you know, we ride with other people like normal people do but yeah, well, you know not you would have knocked first or even when you don't know and it's like a chaplain on Windows sure would, I would have gotten a hearing anyone during this week long. We got not letting something whatever but like that. He's on his room. No, you're not from any now. No, thank you young you really getting your 24-hour notice. Now that we know nothing and he's going to do what he wants regardless..

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"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"It, you know anything to the outside of the house by you know, at 6:30 a.m. In the morning and get started. I don't care we don't care. But if it's something that you want to do that requires like you have to come inside like fixing the doors then come at like 10:30 or 11. At least I'm awake by then cuz you know Junior but comment like 10:30 or 11:00 we even so she was trying to fix the beige you guys the lady that paints was also trying to fix the basement to stop it from leaking. First of all, she did it wrong. She had actually fix it. She just kind of put a clear coat of latex over it which just covers up the problem. It doesn't stop it So eventually when it rains again and it rains on both the foundation is going to leak, but we'll be out of here by then. But anyway she wanted to do that And were like, yeah, that's fine, you know our basement door and even if it's shut just lift it up, you know our basement door. We leave the garage door unlocked and you can get from the garage to the basement. You can also get from the house to the house from basement but we keep that door locked because Juniors learn how to open and close it. So we keep it locked so but we don't even you can go in the basement Fix It Whatever song for sleep because we won't hear it and be we didn't tell them this but we keep that door locked so they couldn't have gotten into the house because if you lock that door from inside the house part and if you're on the steps come back up to the house in the basement, you can't unlock it from that side. But anyway, so like we can't tell her that for like a month or so and she never never done it..

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Polling site and even make sure you have the appropriate I do decide when and where your vote this year at how to. Vote. All right guys, so if you learned anything from the way previous podcast went then you know, I love good gossip story home. So I was lucky for you guys. If you like them to I got the perfect one for you. So I wake up this morning. Well, it was more like this afternoon cuz I was like twelve thirty-three. But anyway, I like and I go outside and smoke a little morning cigarette before I get the kids up just because that's what I always do when I get outside bag swear to God there was the sheriff and one of our landlords that lives right down the street from us. He's not the guy that we actually pay our rent to we pay our rent to his daughter at the actual rental office. But anyway, he's one of the landlords to show he was Like in the driveway area very honest and at first I'm like, okay. Well, I mean if you here for us or what because he's been knocking over our dog because he's got a lady that he knows that is capable at least trying he's trying to paint the outside of the house and I say trying to because she's doing a horrible job of it..

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"You can send him an email tag me in your Twitter page even post among the Facebook page all those links you can find if you click on our website link on the homepage for the podcast it will take you to our week three website and are linked rehash all of our social media links right there for you guys. So you can also subscribe if you have it. Just you know little Shameless self promo voting isn't just going to the polls on Election Day any more options, like early voting mail involved and ballot drop boxes are available to more voters and are growing in popularity how.

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Of course because you know, she's she's going to you know doesn't want me to feel weird or think anything, but he doesn't eat out. I'm like, yeah, she accepted, you know, I don't care. Well, he does and then she sends me one and I accept it. So me and her started talking and you know, we're getting to be know, a little not best friends, but, you know be somebody else we're talking well then about three or four months ago or so something like that. I get a friend request. From an ex one of my recent ones. I'm not going to say things but let's say one of my recent ones and I thought it was hilarious may not end on the terms. Most of his family hates me. I don't know. I don't really like them either. So but anyway, he's in Hamburg. I denied it just because he's toxic and a narcissist and I know it and I'm not getting back into that. I don't need friends like that. Not really sure why he thought we'd be friends to begin with like we hadn't talked in a year or two and then all of a sudden because he said something like whatever no by Like what you guys have accepted? Like I'm not rethinking my decision to delete it. Like I've never would accept it. Even if I was, you know, dating somebody else or married. I still wouldn't have accepted this friend request off but like you guys would have like how many many of you guys are still friends with your ex's while you're in a relationship with somebody else? Like no. Thank you. And the reason I said India's first, I figures no extreme hatred towards her it's because he doesn't want X that conveniently Dead live like ten minutes away from us if that and there is Extreme a straight there from him to her..

Hamburg India
"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"That's anchor. FM. I can't wait to hear your podcast. On a happier note you guys my first born. The baby made me a mama is now two years old. Like seriously, where did the Congo we had his birthday party the weekend off of his birthday, which actually put his party on the 4th of July you guys he had a blast so we did a small party at the house with cake name and put on the grill. We had Andy's mom and them came. So it was Andy's mom and his cousin and then hand he's brother came up. From out of town and then Andi sister her husband and their three kids came up from out of town and we had two of our friends. Come over and celebrate with this the junior just absolutely loved and then it is mom rented out the local pool for about an hour. So after you made the cake and if it on the ground played some games and Junior opened up his presence and played with so many toys. We went swimming. He loved the big pool like he's only really been in a little small baby. Pool. You guys. He loved the big pool. I loved it. I had a blast seeing him to seeing smiling and enjoying spending time with his cousins cuz they're out of town so he doesn't see them that often. And then and he's brother..

Andy small baby Congo Andi
"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Thought they were just you know normal but Extreme contractions was because that's not necessarily something once your page and you've hit a certain point that's not something that's easily shown up on an ultrasound. He said something like that to really see it. They have to actually cut you open and look at it. He said unless they have you know, the specific technician that's actually looking to check for a detached service. But most of the time they're not looking for that. So they're not going to notice it until they cut you open and then see it. But oh my God, he got I feel so much better like two weeks after having David which is new baby's name by the way gave it like two weeks after having him. I was awesome. I was ready to roll again. But he ended up coming out healthy the baby was fine. He came out perfectly healthy. Obviously, I came out fine. I actually had healed. I have a faster track with David than I did with Junior and that would that was why but David actually was born he had he was he had he was Five six pounds when he was born when we left the hospital. He was five and half he did have some issues out first with getting his way like he stayed at 6 pounds for two months. And then now at three months old he's just now gaining his way and they mean he's like and it he's nine pounds eight ounces, which is good. So babies healthy, I'm healthy. Got my tubes tied no more kids coming out of this one. We got our two boys. We got our chaos. We're going to embrace it. But you guys like how does your doctor do that? Like how do you not notice on the first C-section? Like you're not doing it, right?.

David technician
"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Walton caffeinated chaos Hey guys, welcome back after such a long Hiatus. It feels good to be getting back into this routine. So let's start out discussing the obvious our name change. So for those of you who are confused. Yes, we did used to be mom podcast. However, we want it to start over fresh and have a name that will reflect Us in the long run both talking about parenting and life in general. The name mom's age ended up limiting our topics to just things related to raising kids. So now with caffeinated chaos, we have a broader spectrum of topics we can cover.

Walton Us
"25" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"25" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

"<music> <music>. You're believers another secondary g._i. Joe show coming out called bravo team. Take a look at other g._i. Joe related items on my shows are available on apple podcasts or wherever each podcast from come shock the mountain asia gonna tell.