40 Burst results for "30 Years"

James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 5 d ago

James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

"And rush would he had a famous kind of Christmas series he would do and a famous Thanksgiving series he would do. Talk to us more about the man of that rush was just his optimism doing three hours of radio a day. I could say from personal experience, two hours is a lot. He would do three hours almost no gas collars on only one day open line Friday. Just talk to us about the man. How much prep did he put in? How much study did he do? Tell us from your inside perspective. I'd be so fascinated by that. Rush never stopped working. And this was his work ethic was was astounding. Russia would get to the studio at 8 o'clock in the morning or 8 30 ish. And prep right up until the time of the show. So three hours. Wow. Okay. But, but it didn't end there. After he left the studio, sometimes we'd be around the three of us that were there in there with him during the chinsky. Austin Agra Russia stenographer and Brian Johnson, his engineer in Florida. We have another engineer in New York, Mike ramone who's been with us for 30 years, over 30 years. And if we stayed around the studio, about 40 minutes after he left, Russia's printer would start firing off. What stories for the next day? And it could go on and on and on. He would take a break. I don't know saying he worked around the clock, but he really did work all the time. He said, he used to say show prep, life is show prep. Life is show prep. And he brought so many things of interest to the show, things that interested him. But more to the point to me was this was a man that studied this medium. He wanted to be a broadcaster at age 6. At age 6, he had a little toy that was put out. I think by remco or one of the toy companies where you can broadcast inside your house. So he had the microphone he had his toy set rigged up and would broadcast to his mother. He knew what he wanted to do from the time he was a

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Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Lombard world Hank water is I'm Charlie fellows We've got 43 minutes to go ahead of the closing bell with the Dow the S&P as dak all very much on the minus side In fact we are close to session lows let's head right over to the first word breaking news deaths for today's afternoon call Here is Bailey lip Schultz And good afternoon Charlie as you said stocks are trading lower after fed chair Powell weighed an earlier end to Bond tapering The Dow was down 620 points S&P drops 80 and the NASDAQ is down 240 points The U.S. ten year yield is at 1.44% small caps are lower by 2% and crude falls 5% to trade below $67 a barrel All 11 main SMB sectors are trading lower led by losses in communications and materials NASDAQ biotechs fall 30 points transport sync 3% semis dropped 65 points while the vix is higher by nearly 20% And the Dow only Apple and night year trading higher while Salesforce American Express and Dow are the worst performers Regarding vaccine socks Moderna fell after its CEO said current shots are less likely to be effective against Yama Kron variant while Pfizer is poised for its best month in 30 years In the telecom space AT&T drag peers lower.

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Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 6 d ago

Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

"You are one of these people who just some of these people Nick they didn't even really know what was going on did they just sort of the gates open The doors were open They're like cool we get to go into the capitol and now they're sitting in prison cells for it It is grossly offensive and you're right It is chilling You compare this to how the FBI and the DOJ is labeling angry parents as domestic terrorists and you're absolutely right Their goal is to chill our opposition to what they're doing Yeah and you know sadly it is working up to this point I mean I don't know how many people that we contacted who said you know I'm afraid to talk I don't want to tell my story because I'm afraid of repercussions And even in some cases we did interviews with people who didn't afterwards called us up and said in my lawyer said take me out So they were afraid to stand up to the government because the government has them over a barrel Most of these people are middle class people who own their own businesses who don't have a $100,000 to mount a vigorous legal defense So they wind up with these court appointed attorneys out of Washington D.C. who are basically working for the government They're not working for their clients They're trying to get their clients to cop to a plea deal by telling them look if you go to a jury trial you might get 30 years But if you clean guilty this one little felony You can do 6 months and you can get on with your life even though you've been won't be able to vote or ever own a firearm but still And see that's what that's what's happening to these people They are being railroaded by the FBI and the Department of Justice because they don't have the means to fight back

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Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:41 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Lot accused of staging a hate crime attack prosecutors called their first witness to the stand today Chicago police departments Michael theist who says two dozen officers and detectives were deployed to investigate Smollett's allegations that he was attacked near his street or fell apartment devoting more than 3000 hours to the case He also says the assembly O brothers told him they were paid by Smollett to stage the crime the jury watched video of the brothers buying supplies for the attack Legal analyst gill sofer The brothers testimony is absolutely key to this pace and it will be critical for the defense to work around it Defense attorneys told jurors Smollett is the real victim Here Smollett has claimed the money paid to the two brothers was four nutrition supplements Chicago's annual overnight winter parking band starts tomorrow morning at three a.m. the band is in effect regardless of snow on the ground from three to 7 in the morning through April 1st The stock market is trading lower after the fed chair told the Senate banking committee that the Central Bank could withdraw stimulus from the economy sooner than expected The Federal Reserve has been buying billions of dollars of assets monthly throughout the pandemic to help stimulate the economy but now with inflation at a 30 year high fed chair Jerome Powell told lawmakers the Central Bank could pare back those purchases sooner than expected We now look at an economy that's very strong and inflationary pressures that are high And that means it's appropriate I think for us to discuss at our next meeting which is in a couple of weeks whether it will be appropriate to wrap up our purchases a few months earlier Stocks dropped after Powell's comments Ellis Michelle ABC News Washington News.

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Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

Mark Levin

02:03 min | Last week

Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a

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Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"5 one 8 One 36 in Brooklyn center Minnesota just north of Minneapolis lawyers are trying to pick a jury in the trial of Kim Potter Potter is the former Minnesota police officer who says she meant to use her taser not her gun when she killed 20 year old Dante Wright who was black during a traffic stop in April Potter's charge with first and second degree manslaughter prospective jurors in the trial of already responded to questionnaires similar to those that were used in Derek Chauvin's murder trial for the killing of George Floyd The city of Brooklyn center sent out a release ahead of today's jury selection saying it's preparing for the trial and peaceful protesting For the first time in nearly 30 years the future of abortion rights will face its most consequential test when the Supreme Court convenes tomorrow At the heart of the case before the high court is a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes tells us how that compares to the precedent The Supreme Court precedence and row and in a case called Planned Parenthood V Casey said that states can not prohibit abortions before the point of viability that is when the fetus could survive outside the womb And that's usually thought of as 22 to 24 weeks So this law is clearly in conflict with that Mississippi argues the band would not put an undue burden on women seeking an abortion because the single clinic in the.

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The Red Wave is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:20 sec | Last week

The Red Wave is Coming

"I talk about the red wave a lot. Look at Columbia South Carolina this week. This is a blue city. You know, Richland Richland county. 30 years of Democrat mares. The Republican won this week. Biden took Richland county by 38 points, I think. Republican won this week. The red wave

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Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:32 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Balance of Power

"Stocks nose down after a Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell wade and earlier and to bond tapering with the traders boosting their wagers on the pace of rate hikes Those best bets push the treasury curve to its flattest curve since early in the days of the pandemic with the premium of the 30 year rate over the 5 year yield tumbling Powell also told a Senate banking committee that inflation can no longer be considered transitory The S&P is down while the sibo volatility index or vix had toward its biggest monthly surge since February 2020 Concerned about the efficacy of existing vaccines against the omara coronavirus also is weighing on the markets Howard ward at Gabelli tells Bloomberg he is concerned about the omicron news that came out today Obviously the comments side of the Moderna CEO in.

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GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | Last week

GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

"The Democrats flooded Columbia South Carolina with endorsements for a mayoral candidate there named tamika Isaac divine. Obama endorsed her Jim Clyburn was heavily invested in her victory. Now this is Columbia South Carolina, and I know a little bit about South Carolina. I'm in. I'm in South Carolina today. In the upstate. In the Greenville Spartanburg Anderson area. I lived here, love the area. This is like home away from home for me, and I hope you don't mind me sharing my deep affection. For the people and the community of the upstate of South Carolina. Colombia is blue. Colombia is Richland county, Colombia, not elections in county, but Richland county is heavily Democrat. Biden carried Richland county by 38 points. All right? So it gives you an idea of the makeup of Columbia South Carolina. Guess what? The Republican Daniel Rick and man defeated the Democrat during Tuesday nights mayoral election. He won by four percentage points. Again, this was a race where the Democrat machine was heavily invested in trying to push tamika Isaac Devine over the finish line. Obama released an audio message to support him. Here's what's important. Colombia has been led by democratic mayors for 30 years the red wave is coming.

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Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

00:14 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 years" discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"And what he found was the worst thing we've ever seen. The worst worst worst worst case scenario we've ever seen of anything in history, how to withdraw rate of 4.15%, which bill rounded a 4.1 and then the industry rounded to four, and that's where we came out with the 4% rule. And the key thing to understand about that is it's not in any way shape or form based on average returns. It's based on the worst sequences we've ever had. And we published about this a little ways back just to look at how bad those returns actually were. And they're pretty horrific. I mean, you're talking about retiring in the eve of 1929 right before the crash. You're talking about retiring in the late 1960s before an entire stake placing a decade of the 1970s. Now, again, because a sequence race, it's actually less about what happens in like 30 years of retirement. It's mostly about what happens in the first 15 years of retirement. And so when we look at these historical scenarios, the average real return after inflation that was generated by a balanced portfolio in these scenarios was a 15 year return of less than one. And by real, you mean inflation adjusted deflation adjusted. Because if you did this in the late 1960s, first, 15 years of inflation was 5 or 6% over per year over 15 years and it got to double digits for some of that. If you did this through The Great Depression, your inflation rate was barely over one because we actually had deflation for much of that time period than a little inflation at the end of the 15 years with World War II. But if you look over 15 year time periods, the average real return after inflation on balance portfolios was less than 1% a year for 15 years. And that's still got you to the end with the 4% withdrawal rate..

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Detective J. Warner Wallace Describes the Premise of His New Book 'Person of Interest'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | Last week

Detective J. Warner Wallace Describes the Premise of His New Book 'Person of Interest'

"J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife killer's husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case, and then years go by no one works the case. So just to be clear, some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

"As she a headline last night on mediaite, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes nutso claim to Tucker Carlson that the COVID vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. Here's what Robert F. Kennedy said on yesterday's Tucker Carlson today that streams on Fox nation. There have been 17,000 as reported to theirs on the COVID vaccines. And that's more in the last 8 months than all of the from all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. Of this vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. There's more reports of vaccination. The beast revs up when they hear that they say that's a nut so claim. That's a wacky claim. That the COVID vaccines have led to 17,000 deaths reported to VAERS that's more than just 8 months more deaths than all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. And I'm thinking, well, that's significant, you know? That's something people have to ponder, right? No, no, no. The beast says you may not. That's a crazy wacky claim. The article at mediaite says the anti vaxx Kennedy who claims he is not anti vax, cited the CDC's frequently misunderstood vaccine adverse event reporting system known as VAERS. To back up his claim. The article says Tucker Carlson himself has touted numbers from VAERS when discussing the apparent death rate from coronavirus vaccines on his show. Well, media I talked to some health guys some doctor whether this Tucker Carlson's claim about Varys is accurate. The answer was it's not accurate. There's was intended to cast a wide net to capture any possible or potential complication that even has the remotest possibility of being related to the vaccine. Any adverse event is considered reportable. Now, I'm like, so they're saying, don't believe you're lying eyes. Well, we're casting a wide net. Oh, you mean like calling a car accident, a COVID death? If the person in the ER who dies, has COVID in their system because that's what they've done. You mean like that? Okay. I get it. I guess they do that. But what if half the number that's been reported to VAERS is right. What if 8000 have died or 9000? I mean, why is that a nutshell claim?

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Will Real Estate Ever Be the Same Again?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Will Real Estate Ever Be the Same Again?

"We'll real estate ever be normal again. No. Because of inflation. It's going through a 30 year frenzy. And by the way, it's not built on subprime mortgages. It's not built on adjustable rates. Less than like 5% of the rates out there are adjustable. People are locking in 30 year loan. But because the money is so artificially low and the value of the asset is climbing so rapidly, the demand curve has gone crazy and you can't buy a house. So this just tells you about the woes of every house buyer out there that there are 35 offers unless you go $50,000 over asking, look, if you've been to a house and it's on the market for a week, buy it. If you said to yourself, I might be able to live here. Buy it. Because it's not going to be there next week. That's simple.

Are the Kyle Rittenhouse Prosecutors Trying to Intentionally Cause a Mistrial?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Are the Kyle Rittenhouse Prosecutors Trying to Intentionally Cause a Mistrial?

"I mean this rittenhouse case can not get any stranger folks I'm telling you I can't say this enough Don't mean to sound like a broken record I have never over a decade in law enforcement having been involved in these Charles seed anything like this in my life You have to start to ask yourself a very serious question Is the prosecutor At this point this is a malicious prosecution trying to prosecute rittenhouse for what it appears at this point to clearly be a case of self defense Is he trying to get a mistrial I don't know what he's doing Attacking rittenhouse for asserting his Fifth Amendment rights That's like that's not even like 30 year law school That's seriously like in the orientation for law school Hello welcome to law school Don't challenge the subject on their right to assert the Fifth Amendment Does he not know this The guy keeps putting people on the stand who keep making rittenhouse's case It's I've never seen anything like it I got another piece of audio coming up on that And then bigger the prosecutor his endless focus Is that a full metal jacket Or is it a 72 pound explosive hollow pointer risky around Like he's just engaging in this ridiculous attempt to frighten the jury with this with munitions talking He clearly doesn't know what he's talking about Full metal jacket are designed to go through 7 people at a time What are you talking about Holy Moses

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Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:23 min | Last month

Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

"Doctor coon in professor coudin, science adviser kunin Stephen, welcome to the Dennis prager show. Thank you very much, Dennis. And it's just Steve. As you say, I'm kind of modest and unpretentious actually. I'm well aware of that was I write about being a provost of CalTech? I was for 9 years provost and altogether, I was 30 years of professor there. But of course the people who differ with you with me and so many others will say, oh, we don't follow the science. It's quite an attack to make on you. I agree. Particularly since everything I say in the video or have written in the book, is right out of the official UN or U.S. government reports. So I'd love to have a discussion with them about who's denying what science. Oh, God, would that be awesome? We would put up serious prayer you would put up serious money to have someone equally prominent to you on the other side. Who is the guy there is truly no, not Michael, man, I know. I know he's the guy at the Canadian university. That doesn't work. Yeah. He's in Pennsylvania. Okay, no, no, no. Forgive me, there is a guy who writes mcgibbon, mcgibbon, that's it. Are you familiar with mcgibbon? Yeah, mckibben. Yeah. He's not a scientist, really? Oh, good point. Less than man. So let me tell you, I was at MIT last week in a meeting open to the whole MIT community. It will try to share the stage with a prominent MIT faculty member who is an expert. And we had a discussion. It was very good for 20 minutes for 20 minutes and then we talked. He didn't challenge anything I said in the science. But the discussion focused on risk aversion and improbable but high impact events and so on. And that's not the science. It's how you interpret what you do about it. But, you know, anything I wrote was not challenged at all.

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"30 years" Discussed on Wake Up With Gratitude

Wake Up With Gratitude

03:57 min | Last month

"30 years" Discussed on Wake Up With Gratitude

"And I was interviewed by a dear friend of mine Kathy sculpture. Kathy has over 22 years as a yoga and fitness instructor and she's also a certified health coach, so she's excellent at asking questions. Above all, Kathy is very sensitive and kind human being. So I thought it would be good for us to talk about this together. Just two friends having a conversation about endometriosis. Now I do want to share a bit of a content warning. This episode might not be for everyone. We are discussing endometriosis, we're talking about taking the birth control pill. We'll be talking about some surgical procedures that I had and also miscarriage and a little bit of talk about sex. So if you've got little ones around, you may want to be putting your headphones on before you listen to this full episode. There's a few things that I want to mention before we talk about endometriosis and I do explain what endometriosis is in the episode. However, just to make sure everyone knows what we're talking about. So endometriosis is a disease where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing pain and or infertility. Now, according to the World Health Organization, endometriosis affects roughly 10%, which is a 190 million women of reproductive age and girls globally..

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Mike and James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, Reminisce About Their Early Days Working With Rush Limbaugh

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:21 min | Last month

Mike and James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, Reminisce About Their Early Days Working With Rush Limbaugh

"We'll have moments that we relish professionally, personally, one of the most exciting days of my life was the day I was hired at what was at that time the biggest talk station in America, WABC radio. It was quite a journey from Ohio to South Carolina to Albany New York to New York City. And at ABC, I got to work down the hall from a guy named Rush Limbaugh, who is still missed and will be missed for forever. Taking way too young, fighting valiantly through cancer. And lost that battle. His beloved Beau snorkeling is become a great voice in his own right. Always has had a very prominent role in the whole Rush Limbaugh universe. Talk radio producer screener and host worked for 30 years with rush. He's got a podcast. He's a host now on WABC radio still in New York. He's got a new book coming out next month called rush on the radio, a tribute from his sidekick for 30 years. And it's with great joy that we welcome the great James golden AKA boast nerdly back to the Mike Gallagher show. Have you been my friend? Mike, you know what? I'm choking up listening to you because you just took me back on like two thirds of my life. I remember the day that you came to WABC. I remember the first day I saw you there with your white shirt and your tie and it's like, wow, you were so enthused and you were so good. So when you get a job where you get to work down the hall from the wizard. It's like getting a job in Oz and the wizard does not let you down. Rush was everything that you think he is and more and you are, too. I mean, and rush told me. He said you're going to love James and you were so kind to me and so decent and so smart and so funny and how could you not be? My gosh, you worked, shoulder to shoulder with a guy who has impacted this country for generations and you got to do it, James for three decades.

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Sen. Rand Paul Schools HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on Natural Immunity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul Schools HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on Natural Immunity

"But here's Rand Paul grilling HHS secretary baccarat about another simple question You guys take over the healthcare system You insult people on vaccines What makes us believe the government doesn't suck and you guys are so competent and baccarat has no answer Check this out Are you familiar with an Israeli study that had 2.5 million patients and found that the vaccinated group was actually 7 times more likely to get infected with COVID than the people who had gotten COVID naturally Senator do I have to get back to you on that one I'm not familiar with that study Well you think you might want to be if you're going to travel a country insulting the millions of Americans including NBA star Jonathan Isaac who have had COVID recovered look at a study with 2.5 million people and say well you know what It looks like my immunity is as good as the vaccine or not And in a free country maybe ought to be able to make that decision Instead you've chosen to travel a country calling people like Jonathan Isaac and others myself included flat earthers We find that very insulting because against the science are you a doctor or a medical doctor I have worked over 30 years on health policy You're not a medical doctor Do you have a science degree And yet you travel the country calling people flat Arthur's who have had COVID looked at studies of millions of people and made their own personal decision that their immunity they naturally acquired is sufficient But you presume somehow to tell over a 100 million Americans who have survived COVID that we have no right to determine our own medical care You alone are on high and you've made these decisions a lawyer with no scientific background no medical degree This is an arrogance coupled with an authoritarianism that is unseemly and un American There you go Can a nail did right there

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Under Fierce Republican Attack, U.S. General Milley Defends Calls With China

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Under Fierce Republican Attack, U.S. General Milley Defends Calls With China

"Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Us general mark. Milley fended off. Perhaps the most personal and direct attacks of his career from lawmakers on tuesday as republicans blasted his coals with china and he's interviews for books critical of donald trump's presidency mainly was unshaken as republicans called for his resignation during an already contentious. Hearing that was meant to focus on the chaotic. Us withdrawal from afghanistan but repeatedly swerved into questions regarding the general himself when asked me acknowledged talking to washington post author bob woodward for a book that showcased mealey's role trying to avert a crisis over apparent chinese fears that trump might attack beijing in his final months in office the book detailed supposedly secret kohl's with general lease chang of the people's liberation army on the thirtieth of october twenty twenty and again on january eighth and said milley had promised to warn china. I if he were ordered to attack many confirmed the coles said they would not secret to us government officials and that he was acting on instructions from some of trump's top aides to de-escalate tensions. He acknowledged trying to send beijing a message that we are not going to attack you following. Us intelligence indicating china feared an attack. Milley said the colds fit within his mandate to ensure strategic stability. I know i am certain. President trump did not intend on attacking the chinese and it's my directed responsibility to convey presidential orders and intent. Milley told the senate armed services committee milly acknowledged that he also spoke on january eighth with us house of representative speaker. Nancy pelosi who according to the washington post at asked. The general what safeguards were in place to prevent an unstable president from launching a nuclear strike. Milly responded by assuring her of her safeguards and added. I'm not qualified to determine the mental health of the president of the united states. Milley told the senate. Tom services committee at no time. Was i attempting to change or influence. The process usurp authority are insert myself into the chain of command president. Joe biden has supported me throughout the controversy surrounding the coals. Saying he had great confidence in him.

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Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

"Now, What about Afghanistan tomorrow? Do you think that the president will make any reference to it? Or do you think he's just trying to ignore it? It seems to be is the message. Rudy, I think the best thing the president can do tomorrow. Is resign in disgrace. And apologize for killing 13 people. And say, Get me out of here before I kill more people because they don't know what the hell I'm doing. I'm very, very angry. Well, and I'm so angry for the families. I was 373 firefighters 27 police officers. I lost 20 good friends. To Al Qaeda sponsored by the people that are now in charge of Afghanistan. And the demented. President of the United States whose crimes I probably know better than anybody who they covered up. And they're trying to go after me nearly because I discovered the crimes he was committing for 30 years. The guy's pulled in about $30 million illegally. Selling his office first, his little cheap brother did it. Then his son did it. Then his sister in law, the whole family takes bribes Stand. And I got to believe he doesn't know what he's doing now. They put him in the White House and they can make more money. But they don't give the slightest bit of care for the United States. It's all about how much money can the Bidens bank and how can they abuse us? Look at him last night? It was like a petty little Banana Republic dictator last night. And he's going after people who don't wear masks and armed vaccinated and he's letting the Taliban With people who want to kill Americans take over Afghanistan.

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Man Photographed as Baby on ‘Nevermind’ Cover Sues Nirvana, Alleging Child Pornography

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Man Photographed as Baby on ‘Nevermind’ Cover Sues Nirvana, Alleging Child Pornography

"Decades after the album made a splash Nirvana is being sued. It's one of the most famous album covers of all time. Nirvana's Never Mind with the Naked Baby underwater in a swimming pool, grasping for a dollar bill. That baby is now an adult and he's got a lawyer. 30 year old Spencer Elden says in lawsuits. That image constitutes child pornography claims. His parents never signed a release for it to be used on an album cover CBS's Steve Kate and tells us Selden is suing the remaining members of Nirvana and Kurt Cobain's estate for $150,000 a piece

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Hurricane Henri Makes Landfall on Rhode Island

Weekend Edition

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Hurricane Henri Makes Landfall on Rhode Island

"Henry has weakened slightly to a tropical storm. It's still expected to be one of the worst storms New England has seen in about 30 years when it makes landfall later. Today, parts of Connecticut and Rhode Island have mandatory evacuations and over to the West in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency for parts of the state, including New York City. That's where NPR's Jasmine Garcia is and she joins us now. Good morning, Jasmine. Good morning. So what is the extent of the damage so far? Well, the brunt of the storm hasn't hit yet, But the preview started Saturday night with intense rainfall and flooding. Here in New York City. We saw extremely heavy rain and flash flooding and as we move forward, the concern is also that high tides could lead to worse surges as the storm hits. Parts of southern New England are already getting tropical storm conditions and folks who are traveling should expect delays and cancellations and in New York several parts of the commuter system have been suspended. And you know, this storm came on pretty fast. As of last night, Various cities sponsored concerts were still happening as audiences got absolutely drenched and waited through some flooding to get back home. What's expected as Andre moves in closer Tens of millions in the region are under tropical storm warning. There's been mandatory evacuations in coastal areas across the eastern Seaboard, Connecticut and Rhode Island have asked folks to shelter in place. Residents are also being told to expect power outages as the storm hits so people sheltering in place should be prepared for that, and The National Guard in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island has been activated to help with any rescues and

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Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

TED Radio Hour

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

"Water as liquid oxygen is used as a water purifier. The Orlando Utilities Commission says it uses liquid oxygen is a disinfectant and also to remove hydrogen sulfide, which is not harmful bit causes a rotten egg smell. The utility says it's within about a week of running out of liquid oxygen and is asking customers to avoid activities like watering their yards and washing their cars for several weeks. You see, says Reclaimed water is not affected. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says the city will turn off water features at its parks. He acknowledges the dramatic nature of the request, but says the action is needed. You see as the state's second largest municipal utility, serving some 250,000 customers in central Florida for NPR news. I'm Amy Green in Orlando to England, preparing for the first direct hurricane landfall in 30 years. The National Hurricane Center's Andy Lado says Tropical Storm on re will likely gain hurricane status

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US Average Mortgage Rates Little Changed; 30-Year at 2.86%

America First

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

US Average Mortgage Rates Little Changed; 30-Year at 2.86%

"Rates for home loans remain historically low Mortgage Buyer Freddie Mac reports the average for the 30 Year Mortgage ease to 2.86 from 2.87% last week. The 15 Year loan edged up to 2.16 from 2.15%. Last week, Uncertainty over the fast spreading Delta variant and its potential effect on the economic recovery had been a back. Drop in suppressing mortgage rates.

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"30 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:09 min | 4 months ago

"30 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. We launched into a six chapter section referred to as the six woes or the six laments and the overarching theme of all. six statements. Is that man shouldn't rely on his own devices. We're far too short sighted and even those of us who know and love god often operate out of our natural side rather than our spiritual side reminds me of what paul said in. I corinthians to fourteen. The natural person does not accept the things of the spirit of god for their folly to him and he's not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned. Each of these six statements usually opens with the word. Aw or whoa will cover the first three today and in the first one isaiah uses israel's unfolding tragedy with syria as a warning sign for the people of judah he says both kingdoms have spent a little too much time with wine and not enough time with the word and not just the political leaders but the religious leaders to you may recall hosea also called some of these guys. Out for their drunkenness. In jose seven five so it was apparently a well-known issue. If you're reading with your eyes you saw that twenty eight nine. Ten is in quotes. That's the leaders response to isaiah's rebuke. They mock him. In fact i thought there was a typo in one of the commentaries. I was using because it literally just said blah blah blah blah for most averse tin. That's how these people were responding to isaiah isaiah so god responds by telling them that since they're disregarding and disrespecting his words then that's how everything he says we'll sound to them like blah blah blah blah. It may sound funny but this is one of the more challenging themes we see in scripture that god is able to close people's ears to the truth he makes these monikers unable to understand his word and twenty eight thirteen. Says god is doing this so that they may go and fall backward and be broken and snared and taken. This is a just response to them. But it's definitely tough to read and process twenty eight sixteen gives us a prophecy of jesus here god says behold. I am the one who has laid a foundation in zion. A stone tested stone a precious cornerstone of a sure foundation. Whoever believes will not be in haste some of the people who heard this prophecy of sure foundation assumed it meant the temple in jerusalem would never be destroyed that is exactly not what admit but it's what they thought it meant at the time. This prophecy pointed to something greater than the temple. Jesus god the son himself but they had no way of knowing that. It's one reason why. I try to hold any as yet unfulfilled prophecy with a very open hand. Because rarely does it happen exactly like people think it will chapter. Twenty eight ends with isaiah making another appeal for repentance. He reminds them that though. God has fought and won. Many victories on their behalf from mount peres seem to the valley of gibbon. This time when he rises up it will be to fight against them. He begs them to trust god's ways of wisdom and yield to him because he always has an orderly plan that he's working out. I say it draws a metaphor between god's people and wheat he says the process of a harvest always involves threshing but the point of threshing is not to destroy the wheat. it's to make it usable. It exposes what's valuable in it. The second whoa is to a city named arielle which is most likely a nickname for jerusalem. So that's how we'll approach it. God sends a foreign army to set up a siege against jerusalem. But then he shows up with his army of heaven and the enemies flee. It happened so fast that the people in jerusalem they must have dreamt the attack but even still the leaders of jerusalem won't understand what god is doing because even though they perform a bunch of religious activities. They don't actually love him. He says their hearts are far from him. This is what i expect him to pour out wrath on them but he doesn't the very next verse says therefore behold i will again do wonderful things with this people with wonder upon wonder he says because their hearts are far from him he will do wonders things to reveal himself to them. Unbelievable the third and final. Whoa for today is indirectly addressed to judah. They're the ones who've been trying to make an alliance with egypt their former captors so that they can have someone to get their back against big bad assyria. This may seem like a wise diplomatic move but the problem is that they didn't consult god about any of this and they didn't trust him to protect them and when he told them not to do it even when they didn't ask for his advice they do it anyway. God says it will not go well for them. They're running from god. They're striving and impatient and afraid which leads them to act foolishly. Then in thirty fifteen. God tells them the remedy for each of these things. The remedy is found in returning to god. Rest quietness trust. That's where they'll find their salvation and strengthen this situation but they were unwilling. Beer speaks with urgency. God whispers trust burst. Eighteen says therefore the lord waits to be gracious to you. Blessed are all those who wait for him. it feels like as a as trying to say to judah. You don't have to try so hard you know. You're striving afraid things are gonna go terribly if you don't step in with your own solution but slow down long enough to ask god what he has to say about this. He's ready to answer if you'll just ask and all of this ties into my god shot for today versus twenty two twenty one. Say your teacher will not hide himself anymore. But you're i shall see your teacher and your ear shall hear a word behind you saying this is the way walk in it when you turn to the right or when you turn to. The left guy just spent three chapters warning against walking in our own wisdom. So how cruel would he be. If he told us not to lean on our own understanding but then didn't offer to help or told us he was too busy or that our needs were too frivolous we would be paralyzed. Thank god he promises to teach us to guide us in fact he's so serious about it that it's title. He's given himself teeter guide. It's who he is and it's what he does. He wants us to come to him to seek wisdom. This invitation from god isn't supposed to be paralyzing. It's supposed to free us up to talk to him about things and learn to hear an recognize his voice and the way we learn to recognize. Someone's voice is by talking to them more often. If i met you once or have only ever heard other people do impressions of you. I probably wouldn't recognize your voice if you call me on the phone but if my mom calls even if i have bad cell service i still know who it is by being in god's word every day you're starting to recognize the kinds of things he says you're starting to develop a deeper awareness of his personality traits and you're storing up his actual word in your heart and mind based on what you know from his word. Listen for his voice today. These where the joy is okay bible readers. It's time for our weekly check in the prophets. Have a little bit of a different. Feel to them don't they. Maybe you weren't expecting as much poetry. It's easy to breeze through poetry and miss some of the deeper meaning so this may have been a time when you were really feeling like. What did i just read. If that's you hang in there and don't worry we'll walk through all of it by the way. If you find yourself starting to identify with the people of israel and judah that will probably be humbling but it can also lead you to despair if all you do is fix your eyes on waywardness. Either there's or your own so remember to look for god his character on these pages. Keep the long view in mind as you looked to. God's great mercy and redemption the bible recap is brought to you by du discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"30 years" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"30 years" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"The irs is an ambush and to do ambush. Charge it. okay. So it's that's that's funny games. So no what you wanna do or learn what you wanna do. Figure out what you wanna do and do that. It'd be successful at that as an entrepreneur. Not cut out to be an entrepreneur. I understand that as an entrepreneur. If you really like what you're doing you're far more likely to be successful. You drag yourself into it. Every day. i learned years ago. I'm not salesman. you know. I love my product. What i do and i can talk about it but if you asked me to go out every day and slog it slog and slog at. I call reluctance and after a week or so. I'm done and that's not a that's not a career path or me. I will not be successful. You will find me. You know old saying if you wanna find a salesman. Go to the pool hall. Two o'clock in the afternoon you'll find a bunch of them okay. That's awful but you know. That's where i would be. I'd be drinking beer. The pool hall at two o'clock in the afternoon if i was a salesman so find something you love to do and do that. Learn how to be successful at it now. I think that's super important. We don't necessarily feel renounced do that and just knowing someone with your track record that your leadership bracket to share them africa that's gonna be a great reminder for my audience remember yes making a live in rome or when when you put out a ball having a life making the light on quality of light. It doesn't pan out burson happen into where you want to be even at the lowest wrong. If that gets you in the door and just allow your passion your love. That industry they helped just level up in st insistent. I think that's a great reminder because it's so easy just to kind of stay stop making a live and providing for your family major. Your children have opportunities but you know we talk about leader share and just truly allowing the best of the best rise to the top and they were out of alignment from those spaces retrieval passionate about. That's why a lot of times don't rise to the top. You have when i started this business. I i didn't take a vacation for ten years. That didn't bother me okay. I got asked a panel. The other day about work life balance and i just cracked up. I mean for an entrepreneur. There is no such thing in the beginning. Okay if if work and if you don't have a spouse that understands that you got a problem. My wife and i started the together so it was a joint effort but we didn't take a vacation for at least ten years now. I'm make a very nice living. The wife is passed which is a tragedy. but it's life so it's just me now. And i still come to work and i love it and i'm able to do a lot of things now that i couldn't the i ten years because i've building a business but i have no regrets about that. You know our kids were already grown. Shed five kids when i married her. So you know. I've i've got. I've got great grandchildren. Now they were older than i've got boys in their sixties It's it's it's it's fun and if you like it the seventy eighty hour weeks don't matter it allows us exceed allows you to get ahead in. You're having fun. Doing it announced that. There's some hard time. So misunderstand me but overall i like what i do. Yeah he burnt were. Now you're latest book. The payroll will guide for small businesses and startups. And congratulations on it. Being number twenty five in small business low section on amazon now. It's not tell my audience where you can grab copy of that. And it's both payroll dot com again. That's the arul y. r. o. l. l. dot com. And we want you to pick up a copy of that. Because i know there are a lot of small mistakes that leads to bigger mistakes down the line on sapiro now. Miss marie as you have seen small business owners startups don't some of the ero- process s in their inception. I understand that those mistakes can lead to some big penalties worse. Some mistakes maybe about a re that you consistently see small business owners may over time well. The first one is understanding the requirements the tax requirements registering your business and your people calculating the taxes withholding them deposited them reporting them answered inquiries from the irs. All that thing of knowing what. The law is concerning taxes is extremely important next big error that many businesses make particularly small businesses in fact the labor department estimates that seventy percent of us businesses. Screw this up seventy percent. That's classifying your workers whether they're independent contractors or employees and whether they're subject to overtime regulations or not subject overtime regulations. Those things are missed on all the time and the third one is probably understanding. The rest of the law outside of the tax law in how it applies to payroll employees paychecks. And much more all the things you have to do to stay legal well while wow now that's rate information something else. I wanted to comment on and you know this was pretty amazing me to find out and you know. The irs issued more than thirteen billion dollars of employment tax penalties on businesses ruin the fiscal year twenty nineteen. And you know your book your team your business you help. Business leaders not only avoid those penalties. But it gets to it yet them reversed now. Do you have any safety. Share stories of this businesses. Small businesses was not the swamp by those. What really set back by some of those penalty or expecting hardship. We'll both We had a travel agency in california. And they've been misclass- fine employees as independent contractors instead of employees stated california came in did their audit and the penalties were in five figures and interest on top of that it almost put him out of business because they miss classified people because they weren't paying attention. We had an immigrant family who had a business successful but because of their culture and the way they grew up they didn't believe in paying tax and so they just didn't pay and when they got caught it was devastating and this corporation. The owner took all distribution since taking employment w to compensation because it saves tax money. Well the irs as their want to do came in and said well. You've got to pay yourself reasonable compensation. So we're gonna take a bunch of this that you claim to as distributions and reclassified as compensation subject to withholding taxes and. Here's about holding tax withholding taxes you owe fico and employer fayka fuss penalties and interest for the years. You didn't do it right. We had a doctor. He has long term bookkeeper. Quit yet another girl in the office. And said i can do this. I can be your office manager. Well she took all his tax deposits and pocketed them so a couple of years. Go by and she's getting the letters and of course destroying them. He's not saying it. Ninety one day revenue agent shows up and it all falls to pieces. She ends up going to jail but he has all taxes were do all penalties all the interest. They seized his retirement accounts. They seized his bank accounts. They seized everything was just a total disaster that he had nowhere of because he wasn't he hadn't outsourced wasn't paying attention and You know that's that's a great reason to get it. And that's not uncommon. We see that on a regular basis employee. Theft is is huge and employ. Embezzlements are huge. So yeah if you don't pay attention to what's going on and you don't follow the law. The irs is they never became the kinder gentler irs. That they were supposed to become well. This is good information. S league or small business owners and startup that they you know our business writings business magazine. Business only highlight whoa success stories. And they don't talk about some of the things that we have to navigate as small business owners as i think. That's what your book as well. Now what i liked the. What was the talk of a payroll disaster recovery plan. So i had thought about heard.

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"30 years" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:15 min | 8 months ago

"30 years" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"L. Land now called me to do that. Thanks but we've done. That is the gap not went. Talk to a pocket portal economics. Our land way what happens to paypal's that gets cut off all these middlemen in between his huge steel tight money and we destitute on underground. The people on the ground nine bedfellows squeaky clean either. In his country music thing called ninety plays fourth street. Nathan looked at because is ninety. Plays killed more blacks in custody demise. People died as a coffee. It's it's it's it's back clyde. It wasn't capitalism globalism and that an out people were used. Want to get to that point that app because it's very important around paper. He met alliens tight. This important part of this whole scheme of things yet and we don't make the tight this truth commission heartfully scott some faith a lot. The united nations teams like i'm drip and convention for the prevention of genocide is. That was a little here. None of this. We wouldn't be here tonight. What happened to the convention to prevent and full performance in australia. I the whole Not yet titan care will be signed wide. So i wasn't apply here. Don't need much more of an international louis that to apply but this is another conspiracy day international courts whereas i think so. It's about six just calls. This is a falsehood all of this for propaganda and rice. I turn indoctrination. That's why we will join the giants tonight and have children stolen and being oppressed and suppressed and repressed the way we are required kind of looking after ourselves. We can't even get a job. We have tasted has Disgrace what i described stocks education to. Let's i really want to say. Thank you all yuppie. Saturday sport this to stand with. That's really important that indicted score really. We're going to chinese coming to these valleys back in the early eighties blue commission. I'm taking the time to write to play a benefit clinton to join pets family. Been at this for a long time are highly absol him when people died in custody biblical no such high pedal long hard to get to this point now we all out ancestors to childrens children or what we can do in the spice and little spice we can do better flex by this land criminal die for everyone at gratings have been making sustainable beautiful since two thousand three they. One hundred percent recycled qods plastic free stationary and earth. Friendly gifts are made in australia with the lightest possible planetary footprint shop online at earth. Greetings dot com dot. Au or at one of five hundred stockists wide. Eth- gradings is a three all supporter. You're listening to the laura blues program produced and presented at seattle community radio. And also ed on tuesdays at three thirty pm. On assistant radio station radio skid were before the community announcements we played a speech. He gave at the stop. Black deaths rally in mobile. That just happened on saturday. And before his speech we heard track by d. m. x. Accent did things so obvious to me that if you live in a completely cultural manure that it's going to translate into every aspect of life accent women. What's a border you'll see like a big right. The longer lives when they're living in such an extraordinary situation where there to win thin. That's gonna take every single day of their life accent. Assure buying about women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds community radio. Three cr ches and that's the end of our show for today. Taking us out now is april day reading the ten demands from families who've lost a loved one in custody. April day is an activist the daughter of anti tenure day and the founder of the dutch y foundation died schwab spelled d. h. a. d. j. o. w. a. The foundation provides culturally appropriate. Surp- support services sorry tab regional and torres strait families whose loved ones have died in custody. Don't forget you can listen to this. Episode and all episodes are three page at three cr. All the a you slashed yes bora blues. That's three cr dot org a year slash gs bar blues where also on instagram at the same name for i dot. Yes four blues and we also repay on radio. Skit road tuesdays at three thirty pm and now let's hear from april day. Introduce shoe will rate out the demands of the families. These demands have been worked on by the fifteen families and together we have put these together and Putting this to the government's number one governments need to fully implement all recommendations of the royal commission into aboriginal deaths in custody while involving and listening to families. True wayne need an independent investigative body to inquire into all deaths in custody. Police must not investigate all the police officers or prison offices number three governments nate's re allocate public funding away from punitive policing and expansion of prisons and invest into aboriginal and tarshish all into led grassroots.

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"30 years" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"30 years" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"30 years" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on The big d zone

"Dane in the continental term both heels. If you wanted to both feel vami dane. I'm not gonna fight you. Don't want 'em doll. I'm going for. You don't wanna now. This is the pay per view that the undertaker is both to make a very very special appearance and wwe and the thirty years out the undertaker and wwe He is a hall of famer yet. He should be in the hall of fame. No doubt about it is time for him to go to hall of fame because of the majesty of don. Do the streak and int. He should be in the hall of fame right now. what are they doing. Questionable practices the undertaker. The five have wrestle sting. Undertaker should be in the hall of fame right now. He should be in the hall of fame. What are you doing. What are you doing your. Yeah but anyway. So you're gonna take us Is going to have a special. Because this is survivors raises. The visor were undertaken with more. And i could find out if.

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"You haven't had backup assessment lately. You should get one. And this one sure that you're backing up your data. To multiple locations, not only on site to a different location, but in the cloud. This one sure if you do get caught fishing that you can get your data back and get your business back up and running. There you go so craig just to highlight their you know. Makes you check out that fishing prone score to kind of get a benchmark or all your companies operating on that and then check out the podcast. We did a whole podcast on fishing or gave really good tips on how to keep your company secure, and then, lastly if you WANNA take a deeper dive on one that looks like we can. Can Get you connected to one of our technology experts to to help you more specifically in your environment, so thanks for the question Craig question is Morgan from Shafie Morgan says. Why is Google performing a bait and switch with organizations organizations utilizing? It's Google adleman sweet. We jumped onboard pretty early on, and since then we've been using the platform. Google seems to be removing numerous features which were appealing to us. Great Question Morgan thank you for many net. We appreciate it Sorry to hear your frustrated with Google. as Google begins, move away from free access for like G. Mail and Docs were schools I think we're going to begin to see a change in how they deliver their services. So, I also last week. That Google docs was having some weird problems, and they couldn't retrieve their files effectively so Definitely something's going on I don I just think it's kind of a revamp or kind of a look at how they provide those services, and how they're going to start making it more enterprise available, which will then come with a price tag. as far as Google. In uncoupling their offerings. Isn't I? Believe is an attempt to charge for those services and become more of a enterprise grade company. And I believe. We'll start to see more difficulty in working with Google. As. They begin to charge for those free services. Yeah most people don't. Realize. I think is when you're on Google and you're storing everything in a google drive. You still need to back it up and make sure your data is secure. We actually had a customer call in and they said that they weren't able to get into their google drive because all the changes that they were making, and they're really concerned about where their data's or how they could access it and first thing. We thought it was like you gotTa. Have a backup. Just in case you're not. Able to access your environment, even big companies like Google. Are Prone to data, breaches or are things that would prevent you from accessing your most important data so definitely do a backup on even your cloud environment data. Great great point there Jaffa would also recommend. Exploring moving that data and services from Google to office, three, sixty, five, and a lot of people have a hard time because it costs money for office three sixty five, but we use office sixty five. We I love it. I think it does a good job. And, that's something you might WanNa. Take a look at and also like Jeff said make sure you're backing up all Google data to an offsite location. We recommend moving into the cloud You can get access anytime anywhere. And in my opinion, the security's better. Go Well I. Thank you..

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"This Day in tech history. Old. Man? Time for our segment called this day in Tech History Gee that's here at this day in history, July, twenty, first, nineteen, sixty nine. What day to celebrate Neil Armstrong he was the first person to step on the lunar surface of the moon and voice a famous quote. What does it Jeff one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind nine. Let's go. Wow, reminds me a buzz light. Actually Buzz Aldrin your best album got his name from Buzz Aldrin bustling. Good point anyways, but Buzz Aldrin joined him nineteen minutes later where he's managed to collect forty seven point five pounds of lunar material to bring back to Earth. That's a lot of material forty seven pounds. It sounds like maybe your backpack I've seen that thing. You pack today's launch. Bricks in there and got a lot of stuff. What can I say? This was a huge accomplishment to show the world. The advancements of technology the United States at the time. Everybody was racing to the Moon Space Race. We wanted to get there before everybody else and we did. And this displayed the ability of sending humans to the moon, and returning them to Earth safely and putting an end to the space race. Yeah I, love the the. This story. I'm really pumped. Today was the the lunar landing with Neil Armstrong interesting. Fact is that we actually have more. Processing power in our smartphones. And then they had on the spacecraft that landed on the moon, which is incredible to think about how far technology has progressed now it's a good point. Jeff and I think that's something to. Really focus on to like if you're going to sit back and wait for things to happen, other companies don't even have servers like in the data center. Like I've seen people spend companies in a week. Because, they can go to the cloud, they can get these services and they don't have all the old legacy systems that are keeping people back, so you really need to be proactive. Put together a strategic plan of how you're going to really help. Accelerate the business, be innovative and creative in really helping the business be more more competitive..

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"A deal. I will reserve table for you and your mother and your wife before and after the game if you promise, show up here and spend a half hour and have a beer with the fans and he did. The place is packed. But while he beerman him and I actually sold hotdogs. Door to, lease. While he remained coal beer here and hot dogs. Yeah, so if you're not from Minnesota why Veerman is all the twins, games primarily twins game, but I think he was at other sporting events as well, but he walked around with beer and go big here. That would be wally. The beerman became a celebrity in the Minneapolis community, and so it's it's a pretty cool story with him. Yeah, nine hundred. Hundred and eighty dug a big hole. called the Metrodome and then during that time in one, thousand, nine, hundred and nine, hundred eighty two. We actually my brother, and I played football in the Metrodome over one hundred times while we deliver burgers that construction workers have fifty burgers. Bring him over in bags or park our car now bring a football, and after we delivery play football in the metro. D. Times. We played in there, so we're pretty good football. Yeah, they just took the metrodome down after fury, forty or so years because it collapsed with snow, but that plays so many memories with the twins and the world series and eighty seven and ninety one. So you guys. You guys broke that place in now. It's amazing in. You know. It didn't really change until they got rid of. Cal Griffin and bought in. Cairo Pole ad who really invested in the team and that was pretty pretty incredible. Talk about my favorite player's Kirby Puckett Embarrassing Kirby Puckett Man. He hit runs and run the outfield. He was pretty big phenomena. Remember Kent Herbeck. Can't hurry. Because a great guy signed Bam. Yeah, and then he had like anything game sex that he was on second base and got picked off. He was really mad wasn't paying attention. They picked him off second base and the good news came up in the seventh inning. Hit the Grand Slam. That was crazy I had my father-in-law. There I got tickets for like two hundred and eighty dollars. A ticket I bought my father-in-law. Idea was cry the whole time. Eddie what's wrong? I'm so happy to be here I. Never get an opportunity ever. That is so cool tearing up here. Yeah, what a great lesson with him is! You get picked off like that and you think you ruined it for your team to have the.

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"This thing beat the Gopher Bar Bull winkles coney. Cook off all the time then one day he said, I feel I got the secret sauce, and he pulled US little bottle out and gave me the secret sauce. And I made the Coney Island recipes, so if anybody's interested in coney island secret sauce. GimMe a shout at Info at piddle, logic, dot, com and I might share the recipe. Coney. Coney love food. In general, it's a big part of our families gatherings. We just cook a bunch of food and religious talk and eat as much food so definitely I get that recipe Philly G. Charlie really taught me four key lessons, proper preparation and planning crushes fear. If you're going to give a big presentation in front of five hundred people. You're going to practice practice practice practice really in preparation destroys fear. Work today for tomorrow's results. I have a backup plan. You never know when you might need it or burn soup. Don't be afraid to ask for help. That was a big one. Don't be afraid to admit that you don't have the skill level, or you don't have the expertise in house. Look outside. Don't be afraid to ask for help so I was Kinda. Highlight working with Charlie the big thing I really the highlights of owning to lease and working for others. I mean the best thing my wife Judy. Their. Thirty six years of marriage, grateful and thankful for her, being my rocks and amazing woman she supports me every day to what I do and helping others solve their biggest. It challenges. We have five children eight grandkids. What a amazing family! A matter of fact, my law married I worked on my mother-in-law Walton. People would say WHOA. You got to work with your mother-in-law. She was just a spark of fire. She was the fastest waitress you made the most money. Everybody come his own sitting Marian section well, so she had like A. person fill up like minutes and all the younger waitresses would say hey, how can everybody's in Marian? Section? Because they asked for her well, so she made over one hundred dollars a day and tips, it was incredible and Eddie my father-in-law and make him. A sandwich and a cup of soup when he came to pick her up and drop it off the side door, and he was so appreciative. What was it about Mary?.

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"And. They gave me a free pass. They became their best friends. That was a highlight of working there. I couldn't wait till the end of the day to hand out these sandwiches right to these people that were homeless and starving. Life lesson for me to understand that. The great way to give back and it's better to feel more fulfilling to give than receive you know the big lessons I learned from. That is really work as a team. and. Don't be afraid. Courage conquers fear. And then think outside the box when your back's against the wall or against tracks. So next I wanted to talk about to lease. Age Twenty two I found myself. My brother is only in a bar and restaurant in downtown. Minneapolis called Julie's pub. Later to be renamed to these great northern pub in the shadow of the Metrodome, every just call it to lease. It was located on third, Street and Park Avenue. Known, for these amazing. Hamburgers. In our coney island's tap beer for one dollar can't get a tap beer and a coney now for one dollar. Anything for a dollar now. So my job was to run the restaurant along with management responsibilities at eight twenty two well I question myself qualified for the job and. I got a lot of slack because I was really young, and I really had limited experience, and I always feel like what happened. If I failed and you know, what would my life look like if I didn't do the job? I! Didn't have any restaurant experienced per se and running the kitchen, or or let alone running a business. My brother Mark actually started early three months before me, and got trained in as a bartender got trained into management, and I came along like three months later, but he kind of a self assessment of myself where my week and working I build my strength, and I look for an outside source and said I should go get a cooking degree, so I went and got a cooking degree and. It worked out really well as able to. Have a food safety management certificate and prepare food recipes, and the instructor said at the end of the deal, he said. Hey, you're really quick learner. You're I think you're ready to go. You're well prepared in his advice is to. Surround yourself with people that have done this before and learn from them and make yourself better every day. Yeah, I can't even imagine at age twenty, two starting and owning your own restaurant I bet at twenty two hours just. Coming out of college and that's really when I started learning about life. What do I WANNA do? How do I make money? How do I do basically everything and you're sitting here trying to? Start a business from an early age, and just figure everything out. You've never done it before. Tell me about that. Experience of like hide. You develop so quickly so fast to be able to walk into the shoes and actually be successful. Yeah that was one of my biggest fears. Is What I fail? kind of just went off..

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"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

Tech Talk Tuesday

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Tech Talk Tuesday

"But today we're super excited to welcome our guest. Jeffey g welcome. Jeff Hey thanks for having me on the League. Excited to be here now we're all powered up today on Jeff we got both re coffee. We got the medium rose. Thanks, so we're grinding this stuff up and getting ready to talk. To lease twinkies and Tech Yeah can't wait to hear about him. I'm excited to hear about what they all have in common with Billy Gee. Yeah, it's a little secret I feel G wasn't always bold, courageous and battle-ready. Really. Often fell week, scared, fearful and inadequate to take on challenges in my life as young child. My Life I was actually introvert, Yup. I Clinton. My Mom's leg tell about three years old. Wow, that is very surprising knowing you being a very extroverted and gregarious guy. That's crazy and my big fear. Is I never wanted to leave? My Mom's side and I was afraid of people. Just want a god bless her soul to have inker tiger for three years, and she's always my rock. So. I grew up in Golden Valley. Minnesota not far from our office here, Maple Grove. I. Remember when I was fifteen I was quite a little Guy Kinda short, skinny, very ambitious, curious and hardworking. One of my favorite. Was Actually Curious George, number curious George Jeff. I loved. It was a great book I love his adventures and how he's always managed to get in. GET INTO UNINTENTIONAL trouble. By his father none the man the yellow hat. Yeah, I, always watch the television shows they made for to. Really good. That's interesting. 'cause the man yellow had his name was Ted. And, he never got mad. Add little George and encourage them to do better the next time. I don't lessons there with curious George. I think one of your favorites was Was Clifford the big Red Dog? Oh, I love Clifford Yep. He was. Instrumental my life, a lot of life examples and these kids stories to and Barney Barney was bay one for me and. I'm trying to think of other ones, but. That was. Dayton US old guys here. You have no idea. George in. Was the other one, the cat in the hat, Dora, the explorer and Bob, the builder, and yeah, now it's the shark one shark dance. At Age Fifteen. I figured out. I can make money. So I started mowing lawns at ten dollars a yard and do five yards a week. I make like fifty bucks a week I'd make two hundred dollars like A. Known as Richie Rich neighborhood. I actually did a paper route. Paparazzi for their kind of a pain, but gotta get up early. You had three hundred customers in the big thing I was really scared. About is collecting the money. Because one thing you don't know about a route is that you are the deliverer and the collector, and you collect all your money, and you take your small percent and you get paid in you. Send the rest back to the Star Tribune. And, nobody ever wanted to go up to the door and collect the money..

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"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"I do but go ahead. I'm sorry I do. I do Kinda feel bad that this romance never actually got to happen like He. He never came back from. What's her name's house to Or He didn't like go to New York was down or he or he. Donna didn't get back together when she came back or something like that. So that was all on James. Really Yeah He Kinda. Donna wanted to be with him. Yeah and by the when he came back to twin peaks like wasn't she gone in Florida with her dad. By that point I forget where she was when he ends up as we found out in I think it was the final dossier that he went off got arrested and put in prison for a little bit in a little bit then. He added this deal that he couldn't leave the area or something until big. Ed got him out. I think so. I'm not sticking something like that. Yeah I'm sorry but I'm not sorry so that happened so cute. Everything is so meaningful to Well well it's very high school. Yeah I was going to say everything is so meaningful. When you're a teenager it was interesting. I was watching that clip of Wil Wheaton talking to a nine year old about being bullied for being a nerd. Right said everything. Everything seems so huge right now but remember you go to school with four hundred people and there are fifty thousand people here this weekend. That blake the same things you like. So how love that? That was a great response. Don't don't let those. Because the thing is we think that what the bullies do is just a stupid as they think our stuff is. We're just nice enough not to say anything about sirens and not the mermaid kind. Okay right right I just wrote around most than eight. Why are you whispering? That's what I heard they were. Why are they whispering in the seed because Dr Jacoby is listening? But they don't know that that's that's also kind of creepy. They're being watched by a creepy psychiatrist. Who's apparently stock? Why does it take so long for him to lose his medical license right? It takes way too long for that to happen right and I WANNA know for one thing. How long was he stalking them? Or was he just wandering around the woods and go like? Oh Hey James let me watch them for a while and he says I don't remember I don't remember what he says it's like was it that for the following one of them and then because he was trying to get that necklace we don't know was that just fortunate timing on his part. I think he followed Donna. You know presumably but you know she was at the roadhouse. So how did he get over there so quickly without writing on they have no more cycle? That makes the timing of. This doesn't work for me. Yeah it's very strange but did you notice that there was like a shadow over that stone there. I yeah because we're on comes around round and round. I'll tell you why he didn't do anything. Yeah well but he's our prime suspect he's he's really really at this point he's really good for it and as the story unfolds. Leo Is really good for this murder. Right it really seems like it should be Leo and coupons and I love that about Cooper Cooper is not going to. He's not just going to look and say oh he's the he's the Oh. Look at those acid. Wash jeans right. That's awesome Kukoc Anders. Just go on appearances and be like. Oh yeah he's the he's the biker lunar it's probably him and so put James in number four Chad. Sell Chad at. This is not the time we'll remember. She does Kinda turned on by the James Van Jail Cell. It's like she wanted to do it with me through the bars. I'll miss. It's so weird. It's so donna trying too hard. It's kind of a door. Frankly yeah pretty much. Oh look at that acid washes of it so hey you know what just put James. Back here with the guys that want to beat him up. Know what I realized. I'm sure nothing will happen. You know what I just realized that by nine thousand nine hundred eighty two. We were all dressing like Bobby Briggs right you know. This is one thousand. Nine hundred nine so and they. I remember Pearl Jam. There were soccer program talked about this when they interviewed on MTV about the whole grunge fashion movement. And I I think it might have been any better. And then he's like. Have you been to the Pacific Northwest? It's cold that's why we wear these clothes it's cold that's why that's why we're flannel. And we wear thermal thermal shirts. It's freaking gold year so but we want to wear the cool t shirts so we wear the flannel or the thermal underwear under we were. We were the thermal shirt. And then we put the t shirt over it and then we have our flannel on top of that or are leather jacket. Or whatever but seriously at Bobby Briggs is rock in the grunge look in one thousand nine hundred eighty before any of us. Were really doing it yet. Because this was like April April Eighth Nineteen Ninety Al Pacino. The number one song was still like ice ice baby or something smells like Teen Spirit had not dropped at all. I love the way he handles this and I just love how. He's very economies like. I I hope you appreciate after the day we've had you going missing is freaking terrifying to us as parents. So Oh why? Aren't we there right now? A policeman's dream. Oh my God. I want this coconut was middle. I got I just WanNa know if they got some nice glazed nobody there sir cream on the end there's powder donuts though. Patter donuts Sarah crew and then the coconut which I love the coconut INS got. She's got two things of coffee there. She knows how this works. Very close by Cooper. It's like eleven o'clock at night. He is just now thinking about a hotel room right. He's not really focused so much on that as long as they get a clean place reasonably priced a bed. A bathroom telephone sometimes a television in the unlikely event that one day. I'll get to knock off early. He's not mentioning why that didn't exist yet. Yeah he yeah. None of that. None of that is a necessity like nobody has a computer in this office. Just WanNa place where he can get fairly old waiter to take forever to milk. Whenever can't sleep. Yeah after you know shooting somebody and kind of leave me lying on the floor bleeding out that works for me. Yeah so long as they get that. I'm good this is. This is so ridiculous. What the hell is this crap Kirk? Yeah so we're just going to bark at Bobby Army at James. Excuse me James Is. He's doing the Cameron shout. James James looks like he's about to Here here's Cameron Goes Beserk James. Looks like valves were bobby goes desert. James looks like he's about to turn into a werewolf. It's pretty strange. He does have that crap magnet for hit a little bit a little bit. I understand you WANNA see the sheriff up here. I wanted to see the sheriff in my hands. Yeah get a little sweet Levin down by the Fire. We're going to make blow. She's added again with the sheriff. Let's get together and talk about it. You mean your feet phone sex nine thousand nine hundred see. I feel like you know just the way she's looking right there. It's like two. She kinda like Benjamin Horne. Because I feel like I feel like their whole relationship is kind of like they're like hate screwing each other. Yeah I think it's a revenge thing. She's she's revenge on Pete because she hates pete getting revenge on Pete. It's almost like she's well. Let me just the fact that she loves the idea that anybody but pete really. I don't know it's just very strange. Okay Stop Yeah. Red Means stop and this cream scared that Jesus. Outta me but when I heard it the first time this is an interesting nightmare to have my darling. This was one hell of a cliffhanger that first night I saw and the nightmares. Who is this and we haven't actually seen anybody in Jean Jacket yet? Nope and when we do see somebody in Jean Jacket. It's Bob Right. So boy does that. Take us off the scent so so there we have it everybody. That was our first very first episode of Twin Peaks. The our thirty years ago in a day hope to have changed television. Y'All pretty much pretty much appreciate everybody listening to that right along with US following it. Obviously a game changer Very much so so good. Yes as we listen to the Laura Palmer's theme closing credits Palmer Steve and then you hear this old Lynch frost productions the original yet before the the the one. Yeah that was interesting right. They hadn't gotten their final logo yet. Yep so all right so Everybody now unfortunately. We didn't get any feedback about every everybody's too depressed and or right busy busy life tweeting apparently celebrating in their own way. Yeah but before we do that for you have our contact info. What's your rating for this pilot? Oh this is a ten out of ten. This is this is a ten flat retires for me. I give it. I think I went back to my original rating. I still sticking with it ten out of ten broken heart necklaces. It's a good one. That's a goodwin buried in dirt so all right So if you want to reach US please reach out to us. That goes with podcast at gmail.com. Jim G mail podcasts. At gmail.com or echoes cast on twitter. Or you can reach out to US ON GHOST WITH TWIN PEAKS. Podcast on facebook. Where if you follow us on twitter you know we can do things like life. We twin peaks and so on but heck. Yeah Look Zan. I can post all kinds of cool twin peaks links to stuff in our new episodes as links. Whatever we got a twin peaks shit posts. That thing is a particular aficionado. Just loves for no really good reason peaks. Well you don't need a reason it. Yep All right so Zan where can they reach you one on the facebook? Zan sprouse and I'm on the INSTAGRAM's and the twitter's as Houdini Act. Nineteen.

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"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Share of trees. Possibly even someone you know. Start SO START GOSSIPING. About your neighbors. I like how they didn't like cut to somebody when he said that right. Because that is such a such an obvious either foreshadowing move or a try to throw you on the wrong sent move. Filmmaking was yeah other shows would have had like everybody looking. Shifty added the Stop Light. One red beans stop or beef bullying cube or go to commercial GEICO commercial. Jeez stopping the show to go to commercial millon through the day. Somehow I'll tell you how to play golf seriously with the golf clubs and other things in his trunk and dancing around. The Golf Club is keen. Like he's Fred Astaire No one else knows this. But I'm going to tell you and I wanna make sure Donna can hear us so it was really especially in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. It was really interesting. That doc Hayward's wife is in a wheelchair. Yeah yeah that's true and we never know why it's never they never talk about it. They never explain it. They never mentioned that. It was was mentioning something. Like maybe the secret diary of Laura Palmer. Maybe it's mentioned summer but not in the show. It's mentioned your book but not in the show anywhere like like there was a car accident or something. I want to I could be wrong but I could have sworn I read that somewhere. Harriet who we another character. We never ever see again. We see her at the end of this episode with the bicycle the full but they lost them running after this episode. Yep The forgotten to. I'm probably I was probably the same age as Harriet Right. Because I was April of nineteen ninety. I was in the eighth grade. Hopefully you had a better hairstyle. No no I did not. I pretty much had that exact hairstyle interesting. It was a little bit longer. And a little bit launder but it was that hair and probably had that exact same turtleneck to now. I want to see that picture I'll have to find that for you. I've got a great picture of my Harry and has a bird cage but there's no burnside's that's a thing that's like a thing is like my friends. Stevens. Mom has bird cages with fake birds in them. Yeah they're like decorative antique burt yet. Bizarre Bizarre now that. Some time has passed pillows swelled. Gal I wanNA pillow like that. That's awesome let's good positive reinforcement for Harriet. Now hopefully you know. We don't know what happens to Harry it. Hopefully she turned out better than her sisters. Do I really hope so for Harriet. Sake right mike off at pretty pig usually the Middle Child does okay. Yeah you leak. Maybe Harry it's like the Lisa Simpson of this family. I would think so. Yes getting ready for bed Mike Jerk but you have to respect mullet game. Oh my God no. That's an excellent mullet. I think I personally. I like a little bit better see. That's a mullet worth the. I think it's the mullet worthy of macgyver. That's like that's like all of the. You know the jerk guys that played soccer in one thousand nine hundred six. That's their right dead. Not GonNa lie that we knew just quitting Steinbeck. I believe if I'm not mistaken. He's Lisa Simpson of this family. I'm telling Bookish Camman let's go through. Stop Teen Wolf here yet. I would have laughed. Dana Brooke actually fell off that car. Amazing I get to tell it to you. Tell it to you straight. See that window. See that window knocking on your sister. What are you supposed to do is like I'm not taking the heat for this? What is wrong with you? What do you mean? It's knockout? Only know where she's going. I'll go getter. Yeah yeah if it was. If anybody said that to me about my daughter I'd be like I'm going with them. Yeah so where she going? That's the first thing I would ask. I don't understand Mike's Jacket what. You mean wrestling wrestler. I know but the number on the side I think says seventy four. Maybe also plays football well but usually the number on your jacket is dear. You graduate right. So I'm thinking like there's no way he graduated in seventy four because still. Maybe nineteen ninety. Maybe it was his dad's maybe I don't know but I was thinking. Maybe it was the year he was born. But that's still too young. Seventy four would have graduated in ninety two so I don't know maybe it's like vintage I don't know maybe maybe. All the captains of the wrestling team have passed down this jacket. I don't know how it works. The coaches jacket seriously. The only friends that I had that had jackets like that where the kids who had the marching band jackets. I did not know. Jocks at all. In High. Scrape Roadhouse Book House. That's the Book House. That's true yeah. But they do singing at the book house to apparently but it doesn't make any sense. It says the Book House. But this is obviously. The roadhouse right. That's what I'm saying. I still right. They did the Book House. Exterior with the roadhouse that doesn't make any sense areas formed. Maybe there oh I know what it is there at the book. House looking for James. And then the roadhouse is we're all we're all the shit goes down right but why would you show the exterior of the Book House and then show the interior gross honk? You should have done that twenty years ago right a little old for this place. No I just think that I mean there's one place to go down. I don't use it seeks. There's one place to go but hey I still tragedy by the way. Yup for spiritually crews. Yeah they fight. She runs up with Hank. He runs off with Nadine. He gets married so then she and Hank it. It's all like you know anger and revenge. The relationships are based off of it. So sad means slowing still mean slowdown. Nuts speed up and cooper has just enjoying the hell out of this. Okay no there there. At the ROADHOUSE. I don't know what the deal it's all about. I don't understand right so I don't I don't get it but whatever. Yeah the Red Curtains. Yep I like the song gotTa class up the joint a little bit. I want to know where shock is right now. He's at his other job across the border that's true he's he's muehling because I don't think he's they're also why our eighteen year olds in this par- like somebody because it's a small town. You get away with that. I suppose. What a wonderful world world. Okay if you have to ride your bike to the bar either. You're a horrendous alcoholic or your two freakin young to be at the bar. I want to know why. Don It didn't have her own bike. Up Our sisters whistle for some for some backup. Yeah Good Work Harry thumbs up the first comes up up there. We go all right. The floor of that place is really clean this all that sweeping ingredient name. Yeah all the all the onions sweeping if we sneakers or is looking for someone shouted my name like that. I would screw you. I'm leaving. Yes Scotty take care of this. See Look Jackets is seventy four. Wait a minute. No shock is there is. Yeah because that's what I don't see him because he says later because he gets in the fight here because we stood lucky wrench when he stood up. He felt really dizzy and he thinks that he got somebody to Mickey Bar. But I don't see him. No I don't either or is he. Not In Scottie. Scottie takes out the back and that's probably because jock didn't exist at this point as Joey. Joey. I'm sorry there was. I think what we'd like to call ret con because they say the Jacques Renault is tending bar. But we don't see him yet so somebody slipped a mickey cheese at the COPS. And here's what I think is funny. I feel like Harry should probably know which way he's going because Joey is a book houseboy. Also see look Ed is just you know son logs down there. I mean he says somebody's. Somebody slipped a Mickey so which? I think was done to explain. Why big like went down so quickly. Yeah because he said he stood up and he and he came across. His is right Give me a donut. Donut donuts. God why do we not donuts before we do? We do this every time every time and every time we know and every time we don't do it we think Oh. I shouldn't eat donuts that late. It'll be fine. That's probably because it's so like ten o'clock right now with the Swedes. We we've had dinner. We probably shouldn't beaten donuts right before. Especially yes yeah so and then we're like what's down there at old logging road. Can we go hiking? And I told Doc Hayward is daughter was okay. Cooper stick in the heat for it. So how does he? How does he know? James's James Is. Why did they show the Book House? I don't understand I really WANNA know. Wow is on that. I'm really really fixated on that. Yeah it's like what did you put bring us here. Yes like secret spot. Or what's also you said. Meet me. At the Roadhouse at nine thirty where the hell were you think? They're going to lock me up because I kind of don't have an alibi and in. I'm not really coming clean about anything. And I saw Laura and nobody knew about her and I'm kind of the. No good loner kid so really good for this murder. I'm the perfect patsy. Yeah he's pretty much perfect. I Love I love this line. That Donna says right here because we don't know what this means until fire walk with me even done doesn't know me. I knew her better than she thought I did. As we found out but yeah definitely especially when she goes on tries to be Laura. Yeah a little bit. She said Bobby killed a guy but be killed. The Guy Bobby didn't tell her. She watched him do it right. Yeah so I had to see you can just stay the hell away from from Bobby and Mike so.

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"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Which I got this episode makes me cry Right Right. I mean everybody is the it's so raw in emotional and again this it. You didn't see this kind of crap on dynasty at all not at all no no. You didn't nothing. Nothing this this this personal dramatic and what's funny is. I'm jealous of everyone. Who saw this as their first twin peaks and that was me. Yeah I watched this one live as I know I. I didn't see this pilot until probably one thousand nine hundred ninety eight or ninety nine when I was watching twin peaks with friends. And the only thing you could get on home video was the European pilot right. So that's all it ever seen. But I had seen it after. I'd seen because peaks never got repeated on ABC. So what I think. I think the season one episodes did but I'm pretty sure the season two episodes didn't I think it was more like it got it got it got repeated in the summer but it wasn't like they ever. That's what I'm thinking but yeah but that was about it. That was about it so it wasn't until ninety five when these guys on Bravo because season when it became this big phenomenon so they want to repeat it during the summer because what they did back then right that. I didn't start watching until after the first episode I saw was when we're Josie dies and because I condemn woman. We talked about that. Yeah I was a little too late to the party so you know but then I was like I don't care so when I went back and saw this I knew who all these players were and I was like okay. I know where this is GonNa go. You know where this is going to go but not knowing must have been O. was amazing pretty fascinating? It was. It was because you're trying to take all of this in because it's just something you've never seen before on network television. You're just completely blown away. At least I was. I feel like this is an argument between like you know Dr Face Palm in the president right now like shutdown the businesses. No Right now. Keep in mind when I watched this live. I was in college so you know so. I'm at that Ripe Age of getting you know like open to all these new ideas and concepts in music and theatre and art and and you know so I just instead of movies exactly so I soak this up like a sponge. Okay if the bitch that owns your business asks you your name. Don't ever tell her your real name. Yeah so here. He is Catherine Martell that Donald Trump of twin peaks The DONALD TRUMP PEAK. Senator others much much smarter. She's missing now Chris Josie here. She's not you know she's trying to do the right thing. Here against trendy thing and it is. It is the right thing I mean. That's that's the deal with. Josie is that once she is in right a safe environment. She can do the right thing. And as far as we know. There's no agenda here. No apps no absolutely not. She's just being. I think Josie knows what it's like. Here's another iconic moment coming up. Yeah Oh yeah. Absolutely run POLASKI. Yeah like I said. Cnn's a television episode about the ninety S. This is the this is the first shot they have rocking that. Finley's fine twine philly's finest wine and we have crossed the state line. She came in. She just came from candidy. All that must have been really cold for phoebe Augustine to do. Oh my guy and you mentioned her feet on those metal. Yeah Watch out that you don't get your feet co cut up. Yeah seriously because splinters from the wood of the tracks. Oh Wow look at the gas. It contains lead gasoline premium. Love it. I can't even tell what premium costs. Everything with Lynch he loves his retro. James's driving this bike. You know right out of you know that kind of like that like that. Wally had in return part. Return that that bike right out of Marlon Brando's on the waterfront. Yeah the wild one actually. Sorry you're right. Thank you for correcting. You're right the wall. Sorry no it's okay. I'm so used to saying on the waterfront with Marlon Brando. But you're right you're absolutely right. Oh Boy ed get your bitch ass back in here and give me some great runners you okay. I can take them too seriously. I just WanNa go to a place called big ED's gas I can't imagine why up by can't imagine why he's cheating on dating with normal. Well there's a bus stop up by ED's gas for why would you need to take the bus to guess? Farm Agent Cooper to our rescue thirty in February twenty four to five five miles south of the Canadian border twelve miles west? The stateline never seen so many trees in my life rather be here than Philadelphia. Thank you probably do this whole about even like I'm sure a lot of so many times I just love I love the comic. Lachlan recently recreated. This in an exercise on his exercise is sweet. Did you like the sweetness version of this? Is Charlie Sweden on his exercise bike? And he's just mouthing the words six dollars and thirty one cents for Pie coffee and a tuna sandwich. I love that I love. I mean I want to go somewhere. Cheap yeah it was a tuna sandwich a good. Can it possibly the Cherry Pie Cherry pies? Stop Oh Cooper. You don't even know which you get to the floor. I love it. Sheriff Harry S Truman. Jimmy to remember that. Hey you WANNA know a bit of Trivia sure For President Truman. You know what the s stood for. What nothing it's just an initial interesting. I didn't know that reasonably thrice. That's what I need almost forgot to find out what it can achieve these are. They're really easy. Such an iconic introduction to like one of the best characters ever on television absolutely. And it tells you so much that you need to know about him just like Pie. Yeah he's very by the book. He's very detail oriented. It's great writing by Mark Frost. He's and he's very positive. He's obviously not the elbert about small towns. No you know. He's quite nice quite a place like this and we stop you here in the hallway here so I've learned about this the hard way because we have a phone. It's got a little ring. Nice shares cable sometimes local laws. Got a problem with that. It's like well just ask agent Desmond. Don't go to Sam. I'm going to say I love host first question trees. Yeah Douglas I know. Yeah Cooper really is very then he knows how to appreciate the little things in life even when he needs the core. A copy of the coroner's report on the dead girl right and that's probably why so keen why he dials in on the supernatural. Because that's how he thinks he's he's very spiritual right not in a religious way more. Like just you know just overall spiritual like in that connected to the earth kind of spiritual or just dialed in to the universe. Yeah just dialed into the universe. And there's dialed into. I let them line that. She says this girl doesn't know who she is or where where she is or if she is. I love that several times again phenomenal writing by Mark Frost. Yeah same high school that we as far as we know they barely knew each other. Yeah except they were horse together at the printing counter. But we don't know that we don't know that yet. Yeah no connection. No no apparent connection is what you said. I'm just curious like did run. Polaski get just happened to get the job at the perfume counter. Or like how did emory baddest poach her? Laura I kind of know because I kind of understand because Benjamin Horne knew her from being with her son. Yeah we're with his son. She worked with worked with his son. Johnny so he knew her from that kind of thing. But I don't know was it just luck of the draw and it's because you know run. It was really pretty or like did she go to the Horn Department. Store and emory bad is is like you should work at the Persian counter. Wink wink you know. That's what I got one. I got to think that maybe Emory. Maybe he he had enough sway in the company that he can if he's spotted a girl that was working in one department or another probably said. Well we this girl needs to work transfer over to the perfume counter. Yes exactly like like he was out of Saudi Iran outing for talent. Yeah I would love to see a backstory as to how she got that right. Got That job. Oh Philip Gerard breast hamlet everybody. Yup The great rest. Hamlin in here. He's like close-door close-door close-door Kick Click. Click Click Click. Derk was Dirk was look at that guy. Look at those Earplugs the earplugs. Tie Not to silicone earplugs. But then in Gary Cooper Asian Cooper FBI. Now Cooper Cooper is not impressed to say the least look on his face. He's suspicious as hell this guy. He's just like like. Why do you want to come to the morgue Weirdo right? It's kind of against procedure that it could be of some help. You know I'm a psychiatrist. I deal with dead bodies all the time. What is the matter with you? You still could be cooper so serious right now. Do you know where your freedom ass- this miserable F- surrounded again shovel your way out of the Shit. How does this only in twin peaks does this guy have a working? Licensed to practice medicine deck. Is this scene. Maybe a David Lynch Fan Forever. Seriously the just the flickering lights again like nothing ever seen before and I fell in love with instantly you bring finger under the nail. Jim Certain apparent apparently according to Comic Lachlan that was an ad that was an ad Lib. Yeah Yeah I think that's wonderful and David Lynch left it in okay. You tell me when this is over. Because I can't watch this scene. The tweezers you. It just makes me really makes me nauseous to watch it. I can't watch out now. Comic Laughlin said that he does this. It's basically a visual illusion. Because he's in light of hand is sleight of hand just pushes his hand down to make it look like he's inserting And apparently they really did that. Shirley fingernail. Yeah that's Shirley on the.

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"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

15:30 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"You could say something like Andy Griffith on the Andy Griffith show. But that's little bit too obvious. But I think someone somebody else who is a good example of a role they were born to play would be John Astin and Gomez addams right Professionally yeah he played. Gomez addams on the sixties addams family TV show and on the late eighties early nineties. Cartoon The as the voice didn't come back for like they were like TV movies or something. I want to sit because I remember seeing him as Gomez. Adamson color on he might have sure but I know I know that when they did. The cartoon like eighty something in the late eighties early nineties. They did a cartoon that looked like. Yeah the Charles addams drawings right so and I loved it but but Johnston Ashton was Gomez again and I think that's a that's a role I mean. No disrespect intended to roll Julia. Right but I really think that Gomez addams and John Ashton are symbiotic character. Actor relationship type of thing right You have those kinds of things where a character is I- conic right and the actor is just at their absolute best and you have really great actors who. I don't necessarily think get that. You know they get they get a couple of things they're greatly even somebody like a like a Harrison Ford. Yeah you know. What is their quintessential role is at? Han. Solo IS IN INDIANA. Jones is a Jack Ryan. I don't know I mean it's just Harrison. Ford is good but he doesn't I don't feel like he has that that thing that defined definitive roll. Roll that exactly even you could even say about. Mark Hamill is that the joker is it loose skywalker. I'm not sure yeah I mean. They're both they're both fantastic. But it's you can't have both. I'm sure I'm sure a lot of people would have said Luke skywalker until he did until right. He did the voice of the joke around Batman the enemy series. I mean just because he's my favorite joker doesn't mean that I feel like that. Is His symbiotic thing right and so. I think actors get lucky when they're able to have something like that and have it be a positive experience. Unlike someone like an atom West where it just became a typecasting thing but with McLaughlin he was able to be especially tail. Cooper and the all the other roles. He's done and do something else. Yeah don't WanNa do something else but then still be able to come back to agent Cooper and have it be as good if not better than it was thirty years ago right and so I think I think that's a I think that's a really special thing for an actor and I think comic Lachlan knows that he's lucky to have it. The other stream that life tweeting also Mateen Emek was part of that yes and so it was very cool to have her there because obviously she was interacting with Kyle a lot back and forth and then because of her Dana Ash. Brook was responding to stuff that she was posted. There was so great so that was that was kind of good. Because there's there that one moment in the pilot where bobby going like that like. I loved her and she love me. Love me and basically because going wait. Bobby loved her. Yeah I think Dana Bash response. Well it's complicated now. We're so funny. Oh my I left and I and I and I liked that it was made with Comic Lachlan. Because if you think about it. They didn't do a lot together on no and that was one thing I liked when we were talking about the from. Zd A box set with an interview with Sheryl Lee because until episode eighteen of their return. Or even until you know. We had those scant couple of scenes in the in the waiting room to them but otherwise there wasn't a lot going on with Cooper and Laura now so it's it's fun to see that when when you can have the actors talking about their experience when they aren't exactly talking about the same exact genes all the time. Apparently that was the first time they'd ever been interviewed together. Yeah which is interesting. Yeah just like you. Wouldn't you would think after all this time somebody would have done it by now? Somebody would have been able to get them both in the same room together. Yeah but it's I always find that interesting when actors are able to talk about an experience that wasn't necessarily the same exact experience. Where oh remember we did this scene and Blah Blah Blah? You know they can talk about different things so I thought was so then. Mclaughlin did the Cunanan instagram. That you talked about. And then apparently he came back later in the evening and then live tweeted again because he live tweeted the return part seventeen. Oh man why didn't I see that? I should've had my phone on me. I miss that too so I think team gross were totally. Dropped the ball there. But maybe it's in his videos that we can watch it later but So it was very cool. You didn't just do one life tweet. He came back into the second one after doing an instagram. So he was he had basically said okay. I'm going to devote my entire data this see and I and I love it. Went not like he has anywhere to go really no but but but is trying to stay alive and keep the rest of his alive. Thank you very much mclachlan. But it'd be sat there in front of the TV. You know You know with his pajamas Script else scarfing down at Janus backup popcorn. But you know I I appreciate that. He first of all I appreciate that he embraces the phenomenon that he was part of right and I appreciate that.

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"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"30 years" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"I want your co host. Charles skaggs back in the basement of solitude I now from the krona virus getting some much needed therapy with my friend my longtime co host and just all around Wonderful Person Sans Browse. How you doing Sam Co Host Slash Co Conspirator. Her you Charles Slash support group says slash slash support groups Sh- yes but anyway. I'm doing great. How are you? I'm hanging in there with the corona virus. I'm staying home with the Charles Charles and I. Yes are both only children caring for elderly parents right and I can say that because they're.

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