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"34 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You Khun Goto back tronics dot com and its back tronics with the next. All right, Let's get right to the phone. Say hi to Diane calling from Bellevue. Hi, Diane. Good morning. Hi. Thank you for taking my call. What is the best way to use back to kill to sanitize your cell phone? Oh, thank you for thank you for calling in Diane. You know it is simple. It is going to be you know, you're going to want to spray and just let it air dry. So with anything, you know, you probably wanna hold it about 12 inches away or so it's going to be a light mist. Just make sure you have even saturation on both sides of the phone and just let that air dry and that'll take care of it for you. The nice thing is because it's ego. It's not going to cause any corrosion to any electronics. I always encourage ipads cell phones. Remote controls things like that. You just spray and go. You know, And that's how many minutes should you wait? I heard you say earlier. You should wait a period of time after spraying until it dries. Would I do with my phone? Just like I was saying earlier When I get home from work, I Yo, disinfect my hands. I actually disinfect my shoes and I also got disinfect my mask and I disinfect my cell phone every day, So I like I hold my cellphone at arm's length. Ah and just take the bottle of back to kill and I missed both sides with it. It's just one pump. No, I missed the front. I missed the back. I set it up, right? I lean it up against something, and I have a Shelf in my basement door where I hang my coat and so forth. Thought by just, you know, set it on the shelf there and it's generally I'm going to say about 34 minutes. Is what I let it sit until with the air dries. You know if you could pick it up when it's still wet, and it's not going to hurt you, But I just let the phone air dry and it's just the light missed. He never needed to soak it. You don't want to get it too wet. So you just missed one side missed the other side. Let it sit. And it's generally say 3 to 5 minutes depending on how much you sprayed on it. It 100% kills all the germs and it disinfects the phone. And I I do that every single day when I come home from work. Okay, Great. So my container that I refilled with back to killed I can just use that spray bottle and used that on the phone. Also absolutely. Wonderful. Thank you. So much are just such Such a wonderful resource, and I always appreciate your help. Thank you. Thanks for listening to the show. 26 years and counting. Rob. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Teresa Greensburg, are you Lou. Hello. Go ahead, please. I, uh, My question is concerning waterproofing. Commonly, a few shows ago. I've heard you discuss something that you can take big in your grotto. Your guard your dirt pimpin. Uh, it would divert water and I here to advertise on Katy K a lot. I can't remember what it was or how work Okay. The product is called Hydro blocked. H y d R O b l o x and you could visit any of the true value stores that have the product in stock. Or you could go toe hydro block dot com. And take a look. The website Hydra Block is another amazing Pittsburgh company. Just like back Tronics is Hydro lock is made up. It's corny on Blake and Hydra Block is a product made out a 100% recycled plastic. So all that plastic there was going to the landfill. They Ship it up to Connie out Lake and we make this amazing bored with it now high. That's great. But Hydra Block board is two inches thick. Nine inches tall. And it comes in a either A short board, which is 40 inches long or a long board, which is 7.5 ft. Long. And what that board does his You dig a trench? You insert the board in the ground and you pack clean. Fill around it. No, Clay, you cannot use clay soil. So even if the Sawyer you took out of the trenches, Clay, throw that away. Put in some clean top, So some clean fill and that board will suck water. From up to 4 ft. 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Insert the board in 100 years from now it's still going to be sucking water out of the ground and moving it away to where you don't want it, But that's an amazing product made here. Connie on Lake It's just called Hydra Block. H y d r O b l o x and all your Pittsburgh area true Value Store stock the product. That is amazing. You offer a price frames. Well, the product itself is $8 a foot Eyes that you buying the product and then you either running.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On the expressway isn't always not on the eve. And so it's looking good. Just 19 from Lake Cooking the junction back the Kennedy on the in bound trip, rather, on the outside of the Kennedy will start their 15 out to Montrose in the local lanes. The express is going to save you a couple minutes to get from downtown to the Eaton's, But then you're heavy on the West End as you approach Harlem, so it's 35 minutes from downtown will hair. The inbound Kennedy 42 minutes from O'Hare 32 in from the junction with an issue on the Eisenhower Outbound. Let's go to the W BBM Traffic tip line at 8557 80 Road. I'm travelling westbound on 2 90 just after Austin. There's a four car accidents in the last winning and Looks like we're seeing some pretty big delays on the up at night because of that, starting at California. Thank you for the call 32 minutes out to Mannheim 45 outs around 3 90 the inbound side of the Ike 50 minutes from round 3 19.5 hour from Mannheim Thie, Steve It's an outbound time now. 32 minutes onto the tristate 42 to get all the way up to the veterans Tollway inbound 34 minutes from 3 55 in the Dan Ryan Outbound pretty jammed up from 51st before 83rd. That is where we have a rollover crash. The three left lanes are blocked its 30 minutes to get from downtown out to the split 27 from 95th in 57 outbound right on the south side of 57. You're seeing delays down from 80 out to former Inbound on I 57 20 minutes from 80 to the Ryan The Bishop Ford about 18 out. 80 94 Lakeshore Drive South bound jam before Fullerton to pass North Avenue north bound on the drive Your heavy from Soldier field to Jackson, The tri state tollway south out on the brakes from Balmoral, The sensible bridges and again heavy for my 80 over to the bishop Ford North bound on the tristate having from 2 92. North Avenue is where we have a crash in the left lane the rest of the night. Always looking good on. I 80 eastbound. You're jammed up from Kensi onto that south end of the Tri state. The delay on east 90 94 starts the bishop Ford goes all the way out to central before it breaks open West 90 94. So from Ripley to I 65 by 65 is okay. But the Indiana authorities found seeing solid traffic today from Cal. You met before Client Avenue and Gary Roadwork in the Left lane plan for extra travel time heading into Indiana today. Next traffic report to 18 NewsRadio, 78 and 15.9 Found sunshine throughout your day. Really beautiful afternoon and the weekends looking pretty good, too. High of 90 degrees. Not a lot of humidity tomorrow,.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The sixth day of August 34 minutes past the hour. The numbers don't lie that from the nation's top infectious disease expert on how we got here, Dr Anthony found. She asked on Wednesday why the United States continues to set records with Deaths and infection. He said Guidelines for staying open while practicing health measures during the pandemic were clearly laid out. But they were not clearly followed. We put together a pandemic preparedness plan as we were trying to respond to the threat of the pre pandemic bird flew back in 2005 and again it was a plan that was a reasonable plan. And in fact, when it was evaluated independently by Johns Hopkins. It stated that it was our preparedness for a pandemic was essentially number one in the world. But what happened when the rubber hit the road on this and we did get hit. We had the kind of response that was not as well suited to what the dynamics of this outbreak is. And what happened. Is that we had a bit of a desperate response. We have We live in a very big country and we often leave the decisions about the implementation of things. At the local level, and what we've seen is a great disparity in how individual stage cities that never responded. We decided we would try to take steps to open and when we did, we didn't do it. You know formally, some states did not pay attention to the Um, the bench box or the checkpoints. Others did it fine, but the citizen tree within a state or within a city Actually didn't all unknown phenomenon. They said Well locked down. So now we're just gonna let it fly. Now you could say no, that didn't happen. But the numbers tell you what happened because what happened is that as we began to open, we went from 20,000 day to 30 40. 50 60 that we even peek at 70,000 new infections. The death had gone down nicely. That was good. Now they're starting to go up. Meanwhile, the Arkansas state government requiring public schools to stay open five days a week when classes resume this month. That's complicating efforts by some district limit on side instruction because of the Corona virus Education secretary issuing the guidance to schools Wednesday as the state reported 912 new confirmed cases and 18 mohr deaths. School's not all of them. Opening this month. Chicago officials say the nation's third largest district will rely on remote instruction to start the school year that announced yesterday and of course in Arizona. Most schools started the year virtually as cases. Despite in July, President Trump hosting Arizona Governor Doug Ducey at the White House, praising the Republican for his response in Arizona in the U. S has a hole leading the way, with 52,810 new covert 19 cases and 1388 virus related fatalities. On Wednesday alone. Meanwhile, after more than a week's worth of meetings, at least some clarity is coming to bipartisan talks in Washington on a huge relief bill. Negotiators are still stuck, but they're still trying KIIS use remain unsettled from jobless benefits aid to state and local governments toe leftover money from the Paycheck protection program. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says President Trump's exploring options to use Executive authority to address that she was like Extending a partial eviction ban and addressing a student loan payments. Trade advisor Peter Navarro telling CNN he thinks manufacturing is the key. To getting Americans backto work, and that's what he's been proposing that There's Navarro. There's so many people unemployed right now, but I think the key to getting everybody back towards is going to be too focused on manufacturing.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Not be made until closer to the September 8th start of the new school year. Bernie to Boyett NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM. W BBM News time. 10 away traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Bo Durant, Cisco. We're looking pretty good for the most part across our expressways and always have a couple of delays because of roadwork. One of those spots that seeing delays the outbound Stevenson jammed up before county line before LaGrange out too before county line. That's all because of moving road work that we have in the left lane. So plan for a 37 minute drive to get from Lakeshore Drive out to the tri state 50 minutes. To get all the way up to the veterans Tollway, the inbound Stevenson heavy pass Damon onto the very busy Dan Ryan ramp. The ramp to the inbound. Ryan remains down to just a single lane from the Stevenson for the next couple of months, 34 minutes from 3 55 the lakeshore drive in 24 in from the Tri state. Eden's problem Free in and out the Kennedy inbound 28 from O'Hare, 18 and from the junction Outbound Kennedy. No problems. The Eisenhower is a delay free drive both in and out bound right now just 29 minutes between Round 3 90 the burn interchange on the Dan Ryan inbound 26 minutes to get from 95th in the uptown side of the Rhine, 18 out to the split. 57 year in great shape. The bishop Ford is clear. Lake Shore Drive No North or South found problems to report at the moment. The lakefront looking good. The tri state tollway North bound. You are slow as you approach to 90 but the South bound side is moving at the speed limit. Smooth sailing on the Jane Adams, both east and westbound on the Reagan tollway both directions around 47. Would you have roadworks scheduled in the left lane as until five on the westbound side of 88 from Robert United, the road Toll plaza. We have roadwork in the right lane. That's until three 3 55 around 53. You're looking good north and South down on I 80. We're delay free. 80 94 65 the Indiana toll road moving at the speed limit Right now. In Carol Stream, Gary Avenue, slow both directions at North Avenue because of a crash. Small is a pretty good alternate. Next traffic report. 10 18 NewsRadio 78 and one of 5.9 FM. We have a lot of clouds in Chicago land. A few pockets of sunshine is well, it is now the rest of the day is going to go. No rain in the forecast today high of 84 degrees overnight.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

07:23 min | 5 months ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"34 minutes. Happy hour here on a Wednesday It's going to be a hot one folks today the rest of this week So we're talking about religious freedoms. And the attack on that. This is my wheelhouse. Those of you who know me And I was looking at articles today. Obviously getting ready for the programme and this one jumped up at me. And the article. It's from a news Yusa and the article leads off churches were eager to reopen. Now they are a major source of Corona virus cases. Let me tell you. I'm in no way denying the seriousness of the Corona virus. I have friends of mine who have tested positive. I know individuals who family members have died from this. So please don't even don't even go there with me. But this again is another opportunity for the last two attack. Churches and churches have been attacked during this time. They've been singled out and have put in a special category and it wasn't until there was pressure applied legal pressure that was applied at least here in this State and across the nation. When we saw a different states began to put church is in a category by themselves, in other words, dealing with him differently than they did anybody else. Then all the way from the attorney general, which sent a warning Tio governors to say You can't do that. You're violating their civil rights to the president saying you better let these churches open up. You're violating their rights. So now here's what we're getting from the left. We're getting from the media. Is that they are saying, we'll see There's the major cause. These guys are going back to church, and now we've got and I'll just read the headline again. Now they are a major source of Corona virus. And then we have the governor last week that says we're now you can't sing. You can't sing in church way The governor didn't have any right whatsoever. And I think with the cases that we just heard today from the Supreme Court, the governor doesn't have any right whatsoever to step into a church service and tell people how they can worship how they can conduct their services, whether it be singing or chanting. What business does the governor have to do, stepping in there and making laws to do that? And I said, Well, it's because of the pandemic. He couldn't do that, because the pandemic No. Even the attorney general says the pandemic does not cease our rights. And especially when it comes the one most sacred rights that we have in this country, and that's the freedom of religion. And where our constitution the bill of Rights, says that government shall make no law that will prohibit the free exercise of them. So I got to look into a little bit about the about the singing. And it's cow OSHA. If you look and you probably don't have it, I've got it here somewhere. I'll pull it out in a minute, who gave the guidelines as workplace guidelines? Of what we should do. So he he hopped any path, but he wasn't gonna blow anybody's house down. And there's no There's really no legal ground for him to be able to stand on, and I want everybody to be safe. And I and I talked about this yesterday. I want churches to do it right. I don't want to. I don't want put anybody in danger. And there's the protocol to be able to do that. So how do you? How do you do? It was singing. You wear a mask? I mean, that's the thing they've been telling us. So why should you restrict churches if you want to give them guidelines of how to keep it safe, given the guidelines of how to keep it safe. I think I think you could do that. But you're not. You don't have any business. Is the government dictating to churches? You've got to deal with them the same way If you had somebody else goes somewhere with mask a mask, You've gotta let them go to church with Mass. Now, let me come back to this. This story. Because you read that headline and it voids. See, it's you churches that are doing that that you people going back to church that are causing this big spike. No. If you check your data, because the figures don't lie numbers don't lie. We are seeing this surge. That is happening right now. We've seen it this week. Numbers are spiking here in California. Where are they happening in California? They're happening in Los Angeles. That's the that's the largest areas across. But primarily the huge surgeon numbers were happening in the Los Angeles area. Just tell me what was going on about two weeks ago. In Los Angeles. What would have been something two weeks ago? That could have been a factor? In spreading the virus that now we would see a surgeon it because it's not gonna happen overnight. It's going to take a little while and suddenly it's going to search where what would that be? Well, of course, you're going to say it's people going to church. That's what it was. There were thousands that were flocking to churches. That's that's what did it No. We know what it wass. It was the protest in the streets. You didn't just leave the politics of the protest away. Just the facts, ma'am. Just the facts is Joe Friday would have said Here you had thousands of people. Thousands of people close proximity. Screaming loud again. Take the politics out of it. Just the reality. That is what happened, is it not? And that did not happen and just a a 45 minute time block that went on for hours and four days. Where from protest to protest across that city and literally across this state. Protesters would move around. Hey, I can anybody deny That that is not something. That could have spread the virus of what we're seeing today. But yet I see a story today that churches there is the major source. Of crone of virus cases. Okay, The numbers don't lie. The numbers don't lie. So I got down in the article. I said all right now show me here. Where is this? And they'd give all these examples of of this church in that church and what one pastor did said you could go ahead and start hugging? No, I wouldn't tell her by that he'd go ahead and start hugging. And you know that churches even they follow protocol. It's still happening. So okay. Where are these numbers? Where are these massive numbers that is causing this huge spike, which the headline says this. They are the major source of Corona virus cases. And here, OK, Here's the number. So you want to know what the number is? Here's the number in this story. More than 650 Corona virus cases have been linked to nearly 40 churches and religious events cross United States since the beginning of the pandemic. Wait a minute. 650. That's a lot of cases. 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"34 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hawks returned to the united center they host colorado blackhawks avalanche that's tonight at seven on wgn tv the rains led up a little bit still got a decent sprinkle on michigan avenue downtown on at 435 north michigan avenue in the tribune tower will head out to arizona in thirty five minutes four white sox baseball here on wgn its preseason baseball as the white sox take on somebody that's a two o'clock here on wgn we know who the white sox rumours it really doesn't matter to double local the brewers how that whereas they take on the dreaded brewers of milwaukee that's coming up in now 34 minutes from wolf on wgn not over there that over there so much in west wing right foot and i'm learning about all of this cool stuff you know really fastpaced witty arguments that people in real life couldn't have and if you had he been a fraction of that you'd give yourself a high five udc oh wow was i clever to say that so in the midst of all of this they're talking about gun violence and taxes and tribunals and all sorts of fancy presidential government stuff that half of the stuff gets daiho i know you're like i know that was funny and clever but now three other things were set alight died don't i'm not sure you really need to hit pause either literally or mentally to go carry so there but think you're embarrassed at it as you're like okay i got a guy that's why it's so good to go back and watch i mean if you know you're a fan of that if you like the stuff they're saying this stuff is just gold so here's west wing cut number one ele fits a congressional aide is talking to sam the presidential laid this congressman wants them to eliminate the pennies and sam representing the president doesn't exactly understand why he working for the president's support on a bill that helps sponsoring.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"34 minutes after the hour so again not flooring and news roundtable pizza does exist it is in the diamond mall i'll have to stop either maybe will stop either this week yum and love it hey as burke housekey in young appraise the end wore a push demonstrators have a different message this per he t you channel to the debate over the arctic national wildlife refuge has raged on for decades located in the northern part of alaska just east of prudhoe bay and words considered by many to be the crown jewel of the national wildlife refuge system i don't bowl ktar you there liberal amendment gonna read this that's how it starts off early former cheer of ml one p commission steps down over transparency concerns another key tu you story the chair of the m l p commission says the lack of transparency led to her resignation judy brady says she stepped down in january because they anchorage public is not being given all the information and needs to make an educated vote on a one billion dollar acquisition deal between chew gach electric him and and have been a splint and power the agreement would allow chugai surged to buy out the city utility which includes paying off ml p is more than five hundred million dollars worth of debt she said i resign for a process reason i wrote a letter to the mayor and spoke with them personally and i am very much in support of weather chew gach an m ellen p should merge in some way or another we've looked at this very seriously i had several assembly people say well if you knew what i knew you'd be comfortable well i don't know what they know and neither does anybody else channel 2 news tried to contact will chew get an ml np yesterday and because of the holiday there was a little bit a problem with that her keep you posted i've heard a lot of negative things about that that transparency is not the the rule of the day hey k tva any of you buy coffee any of you know you're barista or two or three any of you worry about them they're mostly younger ladies and with israel keys out there and what happened to samantha cone egg and and others i worry for them and if any of us have kids.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Of his death is currently pending it was hackers accusations of abuse decades ago that helped force murray to leave office early ginny durkin would ultimately win the mayoral race late last year the university of washington student who beat his girlfriend to death in 2016 has been sentenced prosecutors say casey henderson who was high on lsd what a quote got paranoid starting the final only attacking his girlfriend katie stroll sent she was a you'd of student as well several members of a family spoke in court for nearly an hour henderson spoke to and said he regrets what happened every single day as komo's eric johnson henderson will spent eighteen years behind bars the adoptive parent of a spoke in teenager warns her son already has violent history and now she wonders if he could be prevented from buying a gun karen weiss gruber of spokane tells our news partner kxly her 16yearold adopted son suffers from fetal alcohol syndrome and is prone to violence parking lot control this raged that takes him over authorities though was gruber the boys juvenile assault record will be wiped clean when he turns eighteen raising an unwelcome prospect i am alarmed at the idea now that he could buy again washington law allows families to petitioned the court to take away the guns of a potentially dangerous relative the law is less clear on preventing a juvenile from owning a gun later in life but keep that county man faces up to forty years in prison for raping and killing a little girl in bremerton gabriel gay at a pleaded guilty on friday in the murder of six year old giannis right back in 2014 gay eta was seventeen at the time and lived in the same mobile home park as right she was missing for several days before investigators found her body in a muddy bog data will will be sentenced in may 34 minutes past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's were still working on a crash reported eastbound eighty in federal way on the off ramp to southbound i five but it's not causing any real in sports they leaked great now that seen any other issues i 5 with clear other meth rupp king pierce thurston in stockholm wish counties four or five still in good end to end it new issues on your lake bridges as four hour mountain passes with you have chains required oversupply passed trashing tires were party had over white house and only traction harassed advice oversteepened s best your next report is at eight forty four unjustly davis covenant revenge a hearing western.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"34 minutes after three o'clock our next guest is a frequent guest from the show use here in studio a few weeks ago having to be a new mexico because he from new mexico we went away for a long time comes back home periodically was head of undercover operations internationally for the drug enforcement agency for about thirty years though he was just here i thought it was a good timing to bring him back because of a lot of stories in in any kind of an angled of what the trump administration is doing that than mike and i might not agree on kind of the basis of this but we also with we i think we do agree on kind of of the result of this and the consequences of it our guest is mike v hill former de into coverage and michael good afternoon and happy new year happy new year richer impact on the on the shoulder again not go after uh what about three weeks two weeks but i thought it was timely because of what's going on in washington what's going on both in the department of justice in the white house in this immigration immigration meeting in the white house a few days ago now michael you were undercover for a long long time you sat across from a drug cartel guys you you sat across from dangerous dangerous criminals in the same room fooling them the you're somebody who you said you were not and econolodge of them some of them died in the process and he knows is tough dangerous live dc you think if you had you been at the white house a couple of days ago do you think you would have cot congressman steny hoyer smuggling in congress woman michelle luhan grisham under his coat probably you think you would have you you you would have you would have recognized what a like a guilty look on his face may be the ball genders coq because the eta small girls mugler and 'cause he wasn't invited probably that you're probably the ball in the end is going to look at acting we have court of course maybe sweating a little bit all right the number little bit yeah i mean it was kind of sad considering pnm she's a representative of border state and head of the is a congressional hispanic caucus she was not invited to this meeting on immigration uh at the white house.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In his 34 minutes after the hour this is michael savage broadcasting from rainy san francisco out to america and the world and we're talking about a couple of topics we have no open lines of course because people are interested in these things one is the golden globes awards and how foolish these people look how sakarai and they really are and number two the fact that they are saying oprah winfrey going to run against donald trump in the next election now she probably will look let's say she could would she win how could she when we know a demographic base will vote for her we know there's a lot of trump painters out there will vote for her but will that be enough i don't think so moreover i believe donald trump's economic miracles are going to grow over the next years before you know before we know it it'll be the next election what is she going to run on tell me on what platform hating white men hating men hating america jim crow how many times can we hit the same crap over and over again if she was a poor woman it will be one thing it's still wouldn't be enough but she isn't she's a billionaire she's a powerful media mogul what what she running with with the culture of of defeat the culture of victimhood rather how can we vote for thing like that now we understand their certain people who will because they have no brains and no ethics and no morals we understand that but i i'm telling you get ready for this because this could happen and if it's not hurry could be rachelle obama who might have a better chance at oprah by the way incidently no one knows talked about that but we could michelle obama has a better chance to win than than than oprah winfrey but i'd like to know what.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KKAT

"Is 34 minutes after the hour this is michael savage broadcasting from rainy san francisco out to america and the world and we're talking about a couple of topics we have no open lines of course because people are interested in these things one is the golden globes awards and how foolish these people look how sakarai and they really are and number two the fact that they are saying oprah winfrey is going to run against donald trump in the next election now she probably will look let's say she could would she win how could she when we know a demographic base will vote for her we know there's a lot of trump painters out there will vote for her but will that be enough i don't think so moreover i believe donald trump's economic miracles are going to grow over the next year as before you know before we know it will be the next election what is she going to run on tell me a one platform hating white men hating men hating america jim crow how many times can we get the same crap over and over again if she was a poor woman it will be one thing it's still wouldn't be enough but she isn't she's a billionaire she's a powerful media mogul what what she running with the with the culture of of defeat the culture of victim it rather how can we vote for thing like that now we understand their certain people who will because they have no brains and no ethics and no morals we understand that but i i'm telling you get ready for this because this could happen and if it's not hurry could be michelle obama who might have a better chance at oprah by the way incidently noone no one's talked about that but we could michelle obama has a better chance to win then than than oprah winfrey but i'd like to know what.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the u s denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia rose above over euro stoked solo booth sir river next to laws turning to every year in the us s of course the loss one is nearly upon us here in asia let's get the details of charlie pellett in this wall street rap one more trading session to go in 2017 the dow jones industrial average is at a record nasdaq and the sp 500 index also advanced as for the federal reserve in the interest rate outlook heading into the new year paul mortimerlee is chief economist for north america be p potter bothering the risk is that leg of full and it depends on one how strong the economy is into crucially while happens to inflation on inflation because of vase effects is likely to pick up by almost half a point thank you too so the dow to record up sixty three points up three tenths of one percent s p up almost five up about to ten of 1 percent nasdaq up ten a gain of two tenths of one percent in new york charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak asia it is 34 minutes past the hour we update markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg radio is looking at futures here at the moment the hang seng index for instance showing a drop of forty two points is not an active contract but we may see some losses pretty strong day yesterday china futures on the other hand is still showing some modest gains are right for a check on some of the other cash markets that are up and running let's get to bloomberg's paul allen in sydney paul here were inning on a bit of a down no tear in australia the i six already off a suit of 1 percent right now all sectors lower real estate the worst performer off almost one percent materials the.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press

"John wall bradley beal place 34 minutes in scores eight points onto of 11 shooting temperatures starts at point guard scores two points and 15 minutes core tot 9 points in 20 minutes markieff morris two points to this 4star is right there they combined for twenty one points combined otto porter jr did put up twenty two when you get 22 points combined out of four of your starters the you're playing on the road at minnesota you think of chases aren't very good well they won that basketball game ninety two eighty nine um you know we have a washington was one of the teams that we said their bench uh really looked insufficient coming into the season for them to be a true contender that there would have to get some really really good um contributions off of their bench maybe even had a player or two i will say kelly abridging your has been playing well this year he has stepped up the addition amac scott mike scott is contributing as well in now jason smith is back as well even their jason smith also didn't play in this game so the bench mike scott came off the bench flee twenty minutes twelve points and was plus 15 jodie meeks came off the bench played 17 minutes scored twelve he was plus 12 kelly reaching your off the bench played 31 minutes scored sixteen points he was plus sixteen so in this game the washington bench had a net rating a plus 33 minnesota had a batch had a net rating of minus forty nine so basically the washington bench absolutely smote the minnesota bench forced the game where washington was not get scoring from their starters into a defensive struggle more of a brind and other pulled other when ninety two eighty nine i think the bent scored basically just one point shy of half of their points on the game and a you know defeats the country wishes to sat rescues well so i want to give the individual performance of the week for this unit this individual unit of the washington bench in this game on the road in minnesota to get a really really tough win playing shorthanded win their starters really just did nothing on the office of.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Money on seven twenty wgn you steve grzanich on global shares have advanced today fall your broad rally on wall street yesterday that lifted stocks to a milestone investors who appear to shrugged off the latest launch of a ballistic missile by north korea asian stocks generally mixed today in europe markets generally higher with all of the indices in europe they in germany and in france and london gaining this morning federal reserve cheer janet yellen will update congress on her economic outlook today possibly weigh in on the mystery of why inflation has remained persistently below the fed's target rate the yellen's testimony to the joint economic committee could mark her final appearance before congress before her tenure ends as fed chair in february and that is your money hannity and traffic here's mary van de velde on the edens about 22 minutes in both directions inbound kennedy 42 now from o'hare and twenty from the edens up on thirty to the airport eisenhower forty eight from fifty three 34 minutes for mannheim stevenson flag to i'm the tristate and the ryan's twenty from 95th ford huge delays from sibley already fifty seven not bad along with the tolls and mort morton grove an accident at ochten and lee high in niles an accident to in milwaukee and still metre delays all morning long expected on the burlington northern line heritage quarter in southwest line of up to about a half hour so due to last night's train derailment at union station for traffic on the sevens or eighths or any time ondemand get traffic chicago app approved by team hochberg at pro mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago mary van de velde wgn traffic.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"What we are back my friends good morning 34 minutes after the hour void there's interesting stories we're gonna talk about kenny rogers in a bit here but liu bathroom habit leads to pennsylvania mann's arrests good lord abets vania man this is performance news ra reportedly had a bad habit of leaving the bathroom door open when he's taken a crap relieving himself was arrested by new jersey police following a threemonth investigation good lord frenchtown police took li ye shek two men aged twenty seven and poor sham in the custody this week charged him with three counts of lewdness police said that the investigated reports that shekhtman intentionally left the door open so that he could be seen by employees in patrons i have a public business which was not named i i is no rick not i was waiver does that miguel's like waiver dow all the employees i keep the door open that's weird my friend you might will use one of the display toilets by the way when your daughters married or not the reason i ask you were you happy when she got married because a guy killed himself in turkey when his daughter got married live on facebook yeah did it a distraught father in the country of turkey upset that his daughter got engaged without his permission committed suicide on facebook live a shock viewers posted reaction emojis and pleaded for him to stop the violence seen unfolded as all han ozone age fifty four of casiraghi in central turkey was speaking directly into the camera before he suddenly pulled a handgun out with us left hand and fired a single shot into his temple immediately after the gun goes up was on falls out of the frame and collapses to the floor goodbye i am leaving take good care of yourselves any shoots himself he says i am livestream tonight in it is my will i do not want the ones who put me in this position to a ten my funeral any killed himself live on facebook geez i mean that's not funny but it's like i can't believe that people get to that extreme i.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on KELO

"We expect a mostly sunny sky all day long are high temperature around sixty six degrees with that south west wind blowing tonight we will see some clouds coming through our overnight low of forty six then tomorrow partly cloudy and really windy a northwest went twenty to forty miles now our high of sixty degrees further storms eric ellalan tv i'm meteorologist j drove give us an hour and we'll tell you everything we know fascinating talk shows a roundtheclock kelo newstalk 1320 1079 34 minutes after the hour on the michael medved show part of the good news about america is reported in usatoday it's about the effectiveness of charter schools that were set up in new jersey in this case by the gift very generous give to mark zuckerberg and the donation as a official report suggest prime the pump of activism in the city of newark as never before and you know what charter schools can make a difference and right now hillsdale college has started more than a dozen of them across the country it really can change the effectiveness of the american educational system a go to medved for hillsdale dot com read all about this dramatic initiative it's called the bharti charter school initiative read about it at medveded for hillsdale dot com.

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"34 minutes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"34 minutes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Seen upwards of thirty five inches of rain we're not gun just yet a steady rain continuing through the morning and is expected to stay that way for the next 24 hours meteorologist at hurricane center in miami status door may actually be picking up steam some of the hardest hit areas may actually see about twenty more inches by nightfall here at home attorney general jeff sessions in wisconsin this morning to talk opioid abuse session said to do a qna in give a speech on obt views upping green bay state attorney general brad schemmel's made fighting at one of the cornerstones of his administration and wisconsin does have one of the more stringent and dyobha plans in the country more both those stories coming up at eight o'clock wtmj news time seven fifty traffic and weather with hefty backups and 43 cell phone in the milwaukee county what's going on now there's a lot backups everywhere do they add this one is a big 143 southbound at bender road we have an accident there is in traffic 34 minutes to get from brown deer road into downtown since extra 22 now you got a couple of problems i'm westbound 94 first of all at sixty eight three in the median we've got an accident that has happened there squads are heading out to that point also another accident that they've been working on on the off ramp to sixty a3 tally involving a motorcycle so emergency crews are obviously on the scene for that one right now downtown to the zoo is going to be fourteen minutes selling of normal seven minute ride eastbound 94 lots of company 21 minutes highway 16 to the zoo a ten minute backup and then from the zoo to downtown will be 19 minutes that's an extra 12 41 southbound highway q to the zoo will take you 23 minutes eight minute backup eight and 94 northbound layton to downtown is gonna be twenty minutes as an extra thirteen we've also got some heavy traffic on northbound 43 downtown to get how proud will be fourteen minutes 894 northbound from the hale to the zoo a ten minute ride that's an extra 5 we've also got backups on east and westbound 894 for the metal to the and westbound side is eight minutes from the hale to the mitchell is ten minutes an extra 4 and that allows again with wtmj.

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