35 Burst results for "47"
October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'
"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would
Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out
"We have with us two moms who are fighting for liberty and freedom Amanda ray and Valerie Shannon. Get those names right? Yeah, good. Thank you. From Scottsdale, Arizona, so our audience is sort of briefed and versed on this whole drama. And partially so because I called out Jan Michael Greenberg for being a creep like months ago when I spoke at the because I just was like kind of a weird guy. And you guys have been on the front lines of this for a while. In Scottsdale, moms that were concerned about your kids education and you came out and spoke out about that, but in the recent weeks and now days this has become a national news story of what we have seen in Scottsdale. So let's just start from there. Let's start first kind of why were you concerned about your kid's education and then how did you get your how do you get into this? Do you ever think that you would be kind of in the midst of a national news story like this? No, not at all. I think like all of us we were not really paying attention to what was happening in education. And then when COVID hit and our kids came home and we started to get a bird's eye view into the classroom of what's happening. And then I realized how much control that school boards have. I didn't know a single board member's name. So when I found out that they had the ability to keep us learning, online, we started researching, and we discovered Jan Michael Greenberg, who was a 24 year old boy, unmarried, no children in the district had run unopposed and elected to make decisions for our children. And so, we tried to figure out what's his, what's his reason here? He was listed as a politician on his Facebook page, and I was like, well, this is nonpartisan. Why is he here? So we started to advocate for parental rights and transparency in the district and moms have instincts. And I think we all just like there's something not right here. And so we followed that and we just pulled that thread and then in August, in an unsolicited email, Jan Michael sent a screenshot of his desktop to another parent, as he was harassing her and calling her anti semitic and a white supremacist and told us that we were dangerous. Because because of a George Soros implication. Yeah, a screenshot of something that was said in a private group, he attacked her. We've always kept it to his issues and his behavior on the board, but he pulls the race car. Of course he does. Yeah, and he's a white male so he's an impressive, unless he pulls a race car, so he's got to pull something. So that's how it started. And he sent us the screenshot. We actually didn't follow it for a long time, because who's dumb enough to send a URL without password protecting it? So we then typed in the URL and I clicked on the link and physically got ill seeing photos of my 8 and ten year old, photos of me, photos of my homes and property records, background checks on 47 different parents. And it was yeah. I mean, we all just I was
Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District
"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.
Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms
"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy
PragerU's Amala Ekpunobi Describes Her Upbringing
"Amala epona beat. Welcome to America first one on one. Oh, thank you for having me on doctor gorka. Well, look, I have to, when Dennis, Dennis was just gushing about you when he first mentioned you to me a month or two ago. So I can't wait to have this discussion with you unfettered uninterrupted. For those who are not familiar, look, prager you very simply is one of the most influential most important organizations pushing back on the tyranny on the wokeness on the political correctness in America. God bless Dennis. I think you're up to like three or 4 billion views already. The fact that you're hosting his show at the ripe old age of how old are you amala? I'm 21. The ripe old age of 21. I only had to wait till I was 47 to host the national radius. There must be something there. Let's test the waters. So first things first for those who may not have tuned in to Dennis this show when you were hosting, tell us a little bit about where you come from your family background. And most importantly, what your politics were until recently amala. Sure, yeah, so I was born and raised in a small town in Central Florida, and it was raised by a single mother of three who happens to be a very, very active leftist. So while I'm here working for Prague, you, my mom is back in Florida, working for the left. She is a fundraiser and works in development for a left leaning organization out there. So as you can imagine, being raised by my mother, who does happen to be white, I was very cognizant of my race and my gender from a very young age with the leftist ideology and going along those lines. So I grew up to be a very angry leftist for most of my life. I even ended up working for the left when I graduated high school. And of course, that didn't last very long because I'm
Dan Bongino to Cumulus: Cancel My Radio Show or End Your Vaccine Mandate
"I don't do PR stunts and too old for that We're gonna be 47 You know I've got two kids and a wife and a couple careers under my belt Involved in a lot of businesses and a lot of things And joy you know my life it's a good life But I'm not here for PR stunts or any crap like that There was a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes for a long time I don't share on the air because I promise people I wouldn't and I don't violate my word But if you think what happened yesterday was something new that just won itself out of thin air You'd be incorrect There's a lot of fights I engage in behind the scenes I don't make them public because I don't want them to appear to be public relations ploys or anything like that However I felt in light of some people being let go and move around in different jobs that it was time to make the fight public So if the show disappears from the air you know why So let's grab that That was one of the leftist hits yesterday Why do I address these things You know I get it We're all sane We don't you know pay much attention to these idiots because I think it's important you understand it as well Second this is not some contract thing Jim how many weeks have we been on the air Is this 21 weeks 22 okay As I joked in the podcast this morning it's not a contract thing No one in radio I know of signs a 23 week contract The show was not the only way off the air next week Next year next Wednesday show is done It was a 23 and a half week contract for those of you in the radio business or those in any business You could probably figure out that this contract had absolutely nothing to do with it This was again a matter of principle I know left this you have a hard time understanding that That's why you're left this because you have no dignity or principles We all get that We understand that about you You'll never understand the idea of us and standing behind principles We get that because you just don't have them Can't understand what you don't know It's like trying to teach a dog physics Trying to teach the left about principles is trying to teach Lucy my dog F equals MA She's not going to get it It doesn't matter how many times you play or a Khan Academy tape okay Or a YouTube video It's not going to happen So yes it had nothing to do with the contract Third It doesn't have anything to do with my vaccine status I have been public repeatedly about my vaccines That is you know that I am undergoing a battle with a disease right now that you know we'll get some updates on soon And that's just what I chose to do But that's the whole point He left the stone understand that either How could a guy who was vaccinated be going to war for people who aren't don't want to or have natural immunity Again leftist I'm not expecting you to understand that You don't have any dignity or
Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID
"One one Here's something You will not hear from so many people you will not hear from CNN John Avalon who is a talentless know nothing You will not hear from D lamone You will not hear from whilst Fredo Cuomo Andrea Mitchell Brian Williams Tell gunner Bryant Eugene Robinson You know the whole host of miscreants malcontents and radicals In what is that How come flirt is not in the news How come governor desantis isn't in the news From the daily wire Florida rate of COVID infections third lowest in the United States last week By my calculation that means 47 states in the district at Columbia were higher How come Joe Biden hasn't mentioned Ron DeSantis in Florida Is the summer season has ended in the hot temperatures start to subside writes Hank beren all across southern states encouraging more people to be outside rather than inside together in the air conditioning the rate of COVID-19 infections in Florida has plunged so rapidly So rapidly that it has the third fastest descent in rates of cases in the nation over the last two weeks trailing only Alabama and Hawaii According to The New York Times chart yesterday Florida's case rate per 100,000 people over the last week was 13 13 Out of a 100,000 Third only behind kinetic in Hawaii which both had 11
Brady's 5 TD passes to pace Bucs' 47-15 rout of Dolphins
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers used a high powered offense and lots of defensive pressure to defeat the Miami Dolphins forty five to seventeen Tom Brady completed passes to ten different receivers including two touchdown strikes to Antonio brown and Mike Evans and one to Giovanni Bernard bank try to spread around everybody in here can make some plays Jimmy plays the backs me plays in the pass game I needed I was on the receivers did that's what we're going to keep doing what I keep spin around the books injury riddled defense rose to the challenge with three sacks a forced fumble and an interception Miami quarterback Jacoby Brissett pass for two hundred seventy five yards and two touchdowns but much of that was early in the game before the bucs defense settled in I'm Tom Aikens
London Breed Caught Dancing Maskless at Club, Calls Her Critics 'Fun Police'
"The fact that she's even a mayor is sad that she sits there and talks to reporters. Listen, I don't mind that she gives the reporters a hard time. But Her Excuse her rationale. Useless to me. Now, listen, If you say that, because you're eating how many times have we not heard that And I'm not going to pin that on her Falsely. I've seen it all over Instagram and Twitter and Sometimes not Everything you see is real, but countless videos of people that are eating and getting harassed by flight attendants, people that are on a train or whatever, taking a sip of something people have gotten out of all out of sorts about this time and time again. But when it's convenient for her to say, Oh, well, you know, I was eating and drinking now. Many people are going to say, Listen the entire time. I'm at a sporting event I'm eating and drinking. I'll buy one hot dog after the next even if it costs me 600 bucks for the night at many sporting places, that's what they charge. You know, 47 90 for a hot dog and a beer. That they're going to do that all night just to be able to benefit themselves in doing that. So to me, this is it's a nonsensical thing, and she's put herself out there on the record now saying, Look, I'm not going to do the mask up, mask down, blah, blah blah that people are getting tackled for and videotape for and ridiculed for. So I think this is clearly a case of Democrat hypocrisy. But we've seen all that before. And that's how it is
"47" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"That you're doing might need to go because you have a different season in your life where you really have be where you you know. Option b. is not option b. But where you have a different calling on your life instead of calling a now. It's calling be and so calling a is still there but maybe you push that back a little bit so that you don't get burnt out and trying to you know so what going through those seasons and what's the what's really the most important purpose at that time. And i'm all for serving or getting in there doing the work of ministry serving. But i think of when the disciples were doing. The work of the ministry and people were complaining that they weren't taking care of the widows and the orphans and what happened was their most important. Yes was to be preaching the gospel at that time. Not that the work of the taking care of widows didn't matter because it certainly did. But god had to rise up other disciples who would take on some of those roles because i think this happened in acts. I'm talking about. But god had rise up other people to kind of fulfill some of those needs but the president's was set by the first disciples because they were doing it before and that's why people notice that it wasn't happening because they were doing it and then it wasn't happening or they had to be preaching the gospel to other people could come to know the goodness of god and so god kind of moves us through on a journey on our faith journey on our journey and sometimes we'll go back to the elementary things that we did at the beginning of our faith to help get us towards our next goal and i think of it this way to if we're if we talk about churches and and senior pastors right you'll sometimes see a senior pastor who starts at a church. They leave that church. They maybe take some time away then they go get a job at a different church. That's not to say that the church that they were in wasn't something something that you know. They made an impact at or anything right. It's it's that season of this is where god has them. And sometimes you do the work that god has for you and and now it's it's over and it's time for someone else to do some different work there different perspective and time for you to go elsewhere and i also think of sometimes churches will have their pastors take force them to take time off right atika. You know whether it's a month a week usually when they're forcing them. It's more than a week but maybe more along the lines of a month but you need to go. You need to take some time off reset not because you're doing things wrong but we want you fresh right and i think that's a good thing so that your they're not getting burnt out either on a weekend week out like trish was talking earlier about you know studying the word instead of just for herself. She not at all for herself sometimes and just to be able to get a message for someone right and just jump back. If you want to know more about that story i was referring to just looked it up. It's acts six. Where the disciples were picking out people who would kinda rise up and take care of the widows and the distribution of food so saying all that we've said it's kind of a precursor to a larger topic which we've referred to many times about the purpose that god has for you right and i think we're going to you the next few episodes. I don't know how long it's gonna take. We're going to give team. Yeah we want to dive into this purpose thing. We want to talk about the gifts of the holy spirit. We went to break up some of these things in. I'm not in a headfirst new going forward bear with us because there's so much about purpose but we wanted to create this bumper in the beginning. Almost like i think a bowling alley right where you have the bumper that helps get you to the end goal in so this episode is kind of a bumpers. This is kind of a bumper to help you to know that it's okay to say no to certain things and to avoid the burn out so you can get to the end goal which is to get a strike and knocked down all the pins so if you've enjoyed this what we've been talking about here. Please let us know like share comment however you can good about it We appreciate it but also tune into the next few episodes and we're going to hopefully deep do a deeper dive in just like turtles said calling on your lives and all that so this is just kind of a precursor. If you have any comments or anything you need prayer for please let us know you can email us at info at fallen short podcasts dot com and.
"47" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"Was the same thing. I ended up taking away. More time off than she and she got involved a lot so she got involved a lot quicker and in in more depth than i did and but she did stick to the year. Which i think was a good thing. It's a year to the day that we had that conversation was when i was like all right the years done what can i do and yeah and so for me eventually because of trish and some others. They kind of like we got. We wanna talk to thaddeus and get them involved in having. Maybe he wants to do this. Or there's something else right. And i still was guarded instill set boundaries and and slowly integrated into doing some serving at church. And it's gotten to the point now. Where i trying to serve regularly but i'm still keeping boundaries. So they've and they've honor they they're never gonna like just expect me to be there without you know we have a scheduling system and if i block something off. They're not going to schedule it type of thing. And so it's gradually getting their and our oldest now is interested in music. So it's like now. It's sparks in. But i don't know where that's going to go. One thing in that season of life that i learned was that i was so busy doing the work of the ministry and serving the lord and doing all the things all the good deeds all of the sacrificing on my time sacrificing myself sacrificing family. Time all of that. I was so busy making all these sacrifices and yet at the same time probably was not making the best. Yes decisions in my life as far as very much having that intentional time of. I don't know how were the spot to say. I was studying the word of god for other people and not enough for myself where i was in the word on a regular basis but it wasn't to edifying build myself up. It was only to edify build other people up. It would be like searching for that message that i could give to other people rather than what is that message. I'm supposed to preach to myself. In what is that that the holy spirit trying to minister to me. And so when i took that year off of altogether one thing that the holy spirit super connected me of was learning to preach to myself in learning to get in the word of god and always having that be number one priority every day of getting in the word studying it to build myself up when i say every day hold that loosely because a not always the best that everyday but i try my best to do it every day for myself especially if i know and even more so if i know that hey i'm going to be ministering to somebody else i need to make sure i'm ministering myself i before i ministered to anybody else and i think it's important tricia dirty brought up kind of figuring out a purpose and things like that and sometimes it's easy to just say yes to things yesterday things yesterday right thing to do or maybe you're being pressured in one way or the other and that's fine but it's you have to again draw. The line of is this something. That really is on my heart. That i should be doing is a something that god really has to do. Or am i just doing it to do right and skip. Share say to obey is better than sacrifice and it comes to a point of you have to weigh that with yourself and with god of it. Is this what i should be doing. And is there something. I need to cut out in. And we're talking ministry experiences but for me. It's also then very much related to my kids and their sports experiences and one of my allowing my time to get sucked away with as far as driving my kids athletics new and all that kind of stuff or their even their academics with home schooling them like what am i allowing to drown out all my time and what is taking me away from my purpose in. What i got is called me to do. And here's the thing guys. A lot of you have a desire on your heart and something that god is put in you that he has created you to do and you are not walking in the full something that the holy spirit convicted neon is. I have this desire in my heart. And i have these things that i'd like to fulfill the purpose of god in my life. Whatever that may be in what. I felt the holy spirit convict me on his. I need to live my life. Like i'm already walking in that fullness like. I'm already in that place where i am. You know like. I'll use an example because this is not related to me at all because i'm not a musician but say one day i wanted to be famous musician or i wanted to write records or i wanted to be somebody who recorded. That's a good one. I can't even clap on. I had that as my goal one day. I wouldn't wait till that day to start practicing my guitar and start doing things that were musical. I would start that today right and so if you have a goal one day to own your own business or goal one day to do something athletic like run a marathon. You start today. That is when you start you. Don't wait till that day and for me it was ministry like i've always been in pretty much misery most of my life and that is something i want to continue to do is be in ministry but it studying you know other communicators and studying theology doctrines and what two different religions believe. That are not our religion in studying spirituality in all the different things to kind of help give me a good foundation of what i believe so i can communicate well my faith to other people because i have a heart to win the loss in seeking and save the last. That's what i feel called to do. And so i need to know my my beliefs and my understanding along with even where other people are coming from in their background in what they believe so when i'm talking to them i can have a world view. Maybe not they're world view but a little bit of an understanding of their world view. So as i'm talking to them. I can see combating me on this part of my faith and they believe this and so i guess i can believe what i believe for myself but it's good to know for me. Why other people believe what they believe. So when i'm hopefully telling them about the lord. I can understand where they're coming from if that makes sense but that's what i thought. God was charging my heart with is if this is what you feel called to do than here are some foundational things you can do to help. Obtain that goal is start that saying. I don't know who said it. I start with the end in mind. So start at that place where you know that. Hey you have a school. One day to be a business owner. You might not have the finances right now to be a business owner but you on business you can start following podcasts at people who are business owners and you can start studying towards that goal and if you feel there's a call maybe something in the future something that you can't do immediately right that doesn't mean that you don't have a purpose for the current right and something that you have a purpose to do now doesn't mean that's your purpose long-term doesn't mean that's always going to be your call on your life right. There's we have seasons right. We have winter spring summer fall. Well we'd have seasons of in life to of in this season. I really feel like. I need to be doing a right and down the road. Something.
"47" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"This week on the podcast. We're gonna be talking about something that is close to home to me. I think it's close to own a trish. It's probably close to home to a lot of you. We're going to be talking about burn out and setting boundaries so this topic could be for us. I think it's it relates to some ministry things and you know stretching yourself too thin it could relate to anything though i mean it could be parenting. It could be your daily. You know nine to five job etc right. I i can tell you right now and recording this right before we started. I had an email on. My phone was marked urgent. And so it's do. Is it meyer responsibility or someone else on my team. Look at it right so it. It's you know taking ause. I'm going to do this. Drought and then if no one else does respond to it then. I'll look at that when we're done recording even today just judeh was our first day of school with my kids that we we have a few kids that do one that does online school when that does public school and then to that are traditionally home schooled in. Today's our first day of traditional home schooling. And as i'm sitting there with my kids my phone keeps going off off enough off with various notifications from work to family personal staff and as i'm responding to them. I'm like it occurred to me that weight. I should have my phone on silence. Because i get very distracted. But it's one of those things where i've been out of habit of having my phone silenced in the mornings when i'm doing school that just like a little thing like that just a little boundary such as silencing your phone when you are supposed to be focusing on something else is just a boundary. But it's hard for me to always remember to put those boundaries in place especially when they've been out of practice right so it's it's the knowing when to say no right or when to say this can wait because so often even even just spreading yourself thin like. Oh i have my job. I have my family. I want to serve at church. I want my kids have xyz sports or different activities and sometimes there's volunteer things for those. Sometimes there's you know fundraisers and things and where's the line right and so i think it's important that we we learn to to say no. We learned to not overdo it so that you get burnt out. Because i know that for me personally i have been burnt out. You know in the past. I don't i won't say. I am right now because i did. Cut some things out and and you know constantly wayne the the. How much more can i i. I can do more but not get burnt out again. A huge thing to weigh in our minds is our purpose and the call that we have on our lives. And how can we be intentional. About fulfilling that colin that mission in that purpose on our lives that god is placed on us and do our jobs and raise our children or do school or whatever it is that we're trying to handle all at the same time of the nineteen that god has on our lives in. What are we saying yes to. That is our best most purposeful. Yes that we are allowing god to work through us and i'm not saying god can work through you doing all the little things and driving everywhere and do all those things however there are just some things we can do. That can be far more intentional. Fulfilling the call that god has placed on our life for me an experience as someone who got married young. We're we were married pretty young. We started having kids young young enough though and in the process of that we were both working. We you know nothing that was necessarily a career job by any means but working trish was doing school. And before we had kids also were a part of different ministries. I was part of bands and it got to the point of when we started having kids and i was still doing. We're kind of both still going along those same past. Not the school part but ministry stuff i was. We're working. Church stopped working fulltime but was doing more with ministry. So that kind of you know. She's still doing fulltime essentially. And i cut out a band than i rejoin started. Another band. seemed like is fine. Then we started doing more ministry things. I ended up cutting out a ban. Because i thought or if a career job and with ministry and everything else in kids having kids i was like i can't do this anymore. I can't commit to it. So i didn't wanna get burnt out. I didn't want it to be a negative to those guys and a bandwidth fast forward. A few years a couple more kids different ministry things started volunteering. I've probably was volunteering at with three different ministries at the same time at one point between a couple of different churches and then we decided to help with the church plant. I still doing music or at got back in with also. The kids were growing up and i started volunteering time with coaching. And you know as i very much got burnt out and eventually this was to the point where i stopped. I didn't want to serve at church anymore. It got to be too much. And i and i cut that out The band stuff started to teeter down so not as big a deal. And i really found more of a purpose in not just doing my daily job and spending time with my family but a purpose in coaching. Which i've talked about before on the podcast. So you can refer back to other episodes probably here to a greater degree and i took some time off because i was burnt out. We ended up moving to a different church where neither of us were volunteering. And really. I told trish at that point because she she was. I think experiencing burnout a different degree in different level than i was but i told her like. Hey we're going. we're going here now. You need to take at least a year off from doing anything in myself. It.
Should Teens Be Allowed to Drink at Home?
"Would love to hear your thoughts on parents. Condoning teenage drinking and allowing teenagers to drink with them in their home or on vacation in countries that do not have a drinking age. Thank you so much. What do you think about this. I think it's a great latter rain. What do you think like. Where are you on this because this is something that you know. Reasonable people disagree strongly on this one. Yeah no it. Brought me back to anna maria and my my friend in jerusalem and i it just has always stayed with me. I wasn't apparent at the time. But i always thought to myself when i have kids and i get to that stage. I want them to have a glass of wine with me and experience it and it not to be taboo. Because that's when i feel like people go kids go crazy. I think a lot of people are of that mind and actually. I was raised that way that you know having a sip of wine you know my parents wine if we were having dinner Little champagne if they were celebrating. Something was how. I grew up You know and i was still around plenty of highschool drinking and You know. I took a pretty low key approach to in college and i think you know sort of as not as a psychologist but personally i'm like yeah you know. I think we do a lot of work for me. I'm sorta worked for my kids. I think we couldn't vienna perspective So the truth on this one. Rena as far as i've come to understand. It is a psychologist is. You can actually go either way. Like i don't have a strong feeling like you know if have a strong feeling about something. I'll say it. I feel like parents can get this right either by. I'm gonna use finger quotes allowing drinking. You know not finger selena by either by allowing drinking in their home with their underage child or they can get it right by saying no. You know the way the law's set up as you're really not supposed to drink till you're twenty one And we're gonna stick with that what matters to me. Is the conversations get wrapped around it to me. It's much less important. You know what the rule is. It's much more important to me that the parent take advantage of whatever rule they make to have broader conversations about an alcohol in that kid's life.
What Is Dr. Fauci and the CDC Doing Now to Stop These COVID Variants?
"Tell me exactly what Science. What researcher you involved and now in your institution? Since you're focused on infectious Jesus. To combat these variants. What exactly are you doing? Because ladies and gentlemen, if they're doing something, if they're doing a lot of something, wouldn't we hear about it By now? When these phony journalists these unicorns, wouldn't they be talking about it By now? We had an operation warp speed. They got US vaccines. Thank goddess vaccines. A president Donald Trump. Who people said I don't trust those vaccines under Donald Trump. Now they say, You've got to take the vaccine. They got it because Joe Biden and by the way, where did I put that? I just went to the CDC site about three hours ago. And I said, What's the death rate right now? Is that a good question, Mr Producer? What happened to the charts on TV? Where are the charts where the grass I'll tell you why there's no graphs, CDC data that I looked up today. The current seven day moving average of new desk 1000 and 47. On July 31. This is their number. 20 21,214. Over 1000 deaths. In the past. Eat a daily. On the average over a period of a week. And in the end of July early August, 1214 Now listen to this. We have three vaccines. Now we have therapeutics. We never had And yet today Today. The average over the last seven days. You have 1000 47 deaths versus 1214 deaths. Now That's the bottom line, not hospitalization. Now, this is the bottom
"47" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"47. To give me them. And yes, he's a congressman is also a doctor. His patients have been pretty famous. In fact, the leader of the free world he is Ronnie Jackson and continue and in your home state of Texas. You saw this. This law gets signed in, and the Supreme Court decided not to block it. The the fetal heartbeat bill that shows it an abortion would be illegal. After six weeks. I'd love for you to comment. Congressman Jackson about the The hysterical reaction to this that you know most women, I am told if you read social media, most women don't even know they're pregnant after six weeks. Can you speak to this and your experience as a doctor? Well, I think they're the reaction is a little bit hysterical at this particular point. To be honest with you. I think you know they're spinning it like if the law has completely solidified and you know there's there's going to be no last night will be contested at all. That's not true. And the Supreme Court basically refused to block the law because for procedural reasons that were involved in it that you know that you know that I don't understand that you know, yes, to do things in certain ways, procedurally in order for them to hear the case on and so forth. But reality is is what I think is going on here is, I think that it's being spun up as aggressively as possible by the left right now because they're desperate right now to change the story and to move away from the Afghanistan story, And I think this does that, because what this does is, you know it fires up their base, and they're losing a lot of their base with this Afghanistan stuff and some of the covid stuff. I mean, there's a lot of things that are happening in the by administration happens with the Democrat Party right now where they are actually losing. Their voters and you know, and so I think this is one area where they think if they can get this spun up enough and create enough emotion around this Texas issue, they can start drawing some of their, uh, some of their base some of their voters back in, so I think that's mainly what this is about. They're going to continue to spin this as hard and as fast as they can. And just try to get Afghanistan off the front pages. You know another issue. Obviously, that's pending before, um before Congress is these infrastructure and the spending bills, and you get the sense that the the lack of popularity or the declining popularity of the president falling from the Afghan debacle on the is making the prospects of that, um You know, it's much harder. It's going to be harder win for them. Do you feel like that's something that is that Congress? Is this going to have an impact already See that going when you come back from recess? I think it's going to be much harder for them to push that it's gonna be hard for them to get up on the floor and make that their issue and talk about nothing but that I'm not saying they won't do that, because I don't I you know, I had no faith that they're going to do the right thing. But the right thing right now would be a to B to come together. Start talking about what happened in Afghanistan and how we're going to get Americans, you know, home. I mean, we still have Americans, hundreds of them that are trapped over there, and every day that goes by, it's more and more likely that these Americans are going to be taken hostage killed. You know, God forbid Isis gets ahold of them. I mean, it's one thing if the Taliban gets ahold of them, but if I get to hold up, they're going to put him in orange jumpsuits and cut their heads off. We know that we've seen that before, So there needs to be some urgency about that. And I think that that's going to be the focus and I think there will be a lot of urgency and have a hard time on the issue of the spending. Congressman. The president's on vacation, and your colleagues in the house are off until what mid October looks like, Are there not doing anything here? No, I mean it's disgraceful..
"47" Discussed on No Jumper
"People crazy owning kathleen robbers woman who claims she's melrose reincarnate believes she married. King of pop's goals according to article. She wrote the daily star robert jackson. Ghostly presence doesn't have sex with her however he likes to use her earthly bodies dancing and eat so he ain't fucking michael stays in me all the time so he could come to the restroom with me and cost these special bonding moments toiletries. He stays 'same relaxed. not challenges. enjoying life threw me communicate. Michael jackson the king of pop wants to see you. You ask here. She says there's a lot to then. And then you love you back by pitch. Let me see what i love. You know how crazy da do you believe. People can be like possessed. I believe in goes spending believe people can be possessed. Yeah some possess motherfuckers out here so says the fox. It's some people. Yes you. But i don't think like michael jackson was like whoa governor. That and was. I choose you like he could be anybody. Who's bro. he can be mean if you want to what. I'm the wants to be on me. Why we to be kevin roberts. I don't even know how come you listen carefully. We can gubler cheating white josh. I'd on long line. Google kathleen roberts. Let's see this is not rose and adams habits yeary oh look no cavalier robbers this see what she looks like. Dumb woman come on. Friday got moves to if people to believe that. She's the reincarnate. Michael jackson nano marilyn monroe. Okay is she believes the michael jackson. Our body. I wanna see of the smooth criminal.
Man Finds Bill Gates's Ancestors Buried on His Property
"Island is home to thousands of historic cemeteries. Many of which haven't seen the light of day in years. That includes an overgrown cemetery on brian pages property in west greenwich page. Who'd recently purchased the land discovered the cemetery after following an gated path. Deep into the woods we had no idea it was there. He said it was a shock. A cemetery on our land. It's kind of weird. I don't know about you. But i would be so high. We and my older for senate on a i would be thrilled. Margaret malcolm share. The rhode island historical cemetery commission tells twelve news. There are more than thirty. Two hundred historical cemeteries across the state ranging from small family burial grounds to fully landscape gardens. One of those cemeteries is the one page uncovered historical cemetery. Ninety six appears to have been forgotten about for more than a century when he founded it page said several of the gravestones were toppled over and the cemetery itself was overgrown with weeds and brush once he realized the importance. A site page recruited family and friends to help revitalize the cemetery the crew spent hours clearing overgrown brush trees branches and rocks from sacred place. It is a nice little site we have out here and we just want to take care of it. Page said my mom wants to start giving flowers to keep it up. We're trying to do some work to fix this place up but the story doesn't end there while cleaning out. The cemetery page noticed a familiar last name on several of the gravestones. The markers belonged to israel seth and zachariah gates at first page that he didn't think anything of it it wasn't until he reached out to malcolm that he realized the significance. She left a comment in an email that she heard they may be related to the bill gates from microsoft page said The names on the headstones prompted page to launch his own investigation after researching the names on ancestry dot com page. Said he was able to link them all to the
Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Beats Avengers: Endgame's Record
"Spider man no way home. Can't talk to Racked up an all-time viewership record of three hundred and fifty five point five million global views in its first twenty four hours blowing away. The previous record holder disney marvel's avengers in game which drove two hundred eighty nine million views. Simply wow no way. Homes draw more than double that of the second trailer for spiderman far from home which hit one hundred thirty five million views at the twenty four hour mark The movie released in twenty one thousand nine hundred rep sony's largest grossing title in the studio's history with one point one. Three one billion the pick opened across six days racking up one hundred eighty five million
Letitia Wright Injured Shooting Black Panther
"We do have some breaking news about an hour and a half ago or so It was Came across the wire. That latisha right was hospitalized. After stunt rig accident while shooting overnight for the black panther recon forever now we hear that she. The only sustained minor injuries so It looks like she's going to be released soon But they were shooting overnight. She was taken to the hospital. Checked out and We you know. Obviously we hope she has a speedy recovery. But we wanted to let you know about that well and you know what this gives me hope for a condom forever simply because i know that they're doing Practical stunts there. You go yeah it's all. Cgi that the cgi part was pretty bad in that movie. And i would say you know latisha right. Thank you for doing your own stunts. Yeah it's awesome.
Police Cars, the Inside Story With Frank Melilli
"So frank welcome to the shark right too heavy on maybe just to kick things off. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and a little bit of background to what you do. I worked for. The victorian government started to nine hundred seventy nine in the premiums department. I was in high char. The range of different strains with be recruiting alex graduate recruiting employment staffing practices discipline matters looting Records management went back to airing bring is when jeff kennett chemical public So we were looking at performance of departments against the is as planes to rod apps on the department heads performance as well as doing some public policy stuff. All right. the very first chunks of exhorted police not Of service a few things Machinery gamma giants waiting to treasury Ago i worked with in premiums asked me to come to police unaudited ena renton payroll system for a number of east in any event two thousand and one now go to ask lie on another color. If i were coming to fleet and much of that flight they said but we need somebody will be bad management south or the. Be the fun sorrow wanting to prison jogging now. Ifo truth as what it was exactly the sinai christine. Nixon standing batori police that it was a lot of reform happening me was a bit of a baptism because we just come out of a situation way two people died in the ever divisional which really say shockwaves through the in through our organization lodge really coming in static program of reform and to get out of the business of modifying vehicles a draw. Get the manufacturers. The games to work with us to develop proper police vehicles fit for purpose. Harasser transferred the risk of ass modifying vehicle onto
US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect
"Domino effect from the drought in the West, and it's probably going to affect all of us eventually. Let's bring in Jim Root from Los Angeles. Jim Michael. I'm talking with a group of Western governors President Joe Biden acknowledged Extreme heat prolonged drought. Supercharged wildfire conditions are affecting the country. In many ways is not just about a water shortage, which is severe enough. Almost half of California is now in what's termed as exceptional drought. That's the U. S. Drought monitor is driest level. The exceptional drought covers 47% of California, up from just a third of the state. Only a week ago, 100% of California is in some level of drought. And has been for several weeks now. The domino effect of that well. Fields are left follow. Fortunes removed. Fish relocated recreational activities curtailed poor air quality, along with widespread water shortages and extreme wildfires, But another domino that has fallen affects large animals. California rescue groups and sanctuaries are reporting an unprecedented spike in calls for help from desperate owners of large animals. The severe drought has left them with no water or grazing grasses for their cows, goats, horses and sheep. There are reports of big increases of cattle being herded onto other people's property and hard hit Northern California. Many can't afford the soaring cost of hay or the price to hire a veterinarian for that matter to euthanize and haul away animals. Most livestock auctions were shut down by the pandemics of selling. It's not an option either. All of this could and will likely result in higher dairy and meat prices across the nation. And then there are the wildfires. And it's not just about the historic acreage burned in more than a dozen states and the poor air quality over Western skies, But As the president notes smoke for many of these fires burning in the west and along the Canadian border. Is affecting air quality of states across the country last
Nationwide Evictions Loom After Biden, Congress Fail to Extend Ban
"Nationwide eviction moratorium. It's part of the night after President Biden in Congress failed to extend it. Biden announced Thursday that he would allow the moratorium to expired. He was wary of challenging the Supreme Court ruling, signaling this would be the last deadline, instead calling on Congress to act. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi race to respond but could not quickly muster the votes. Meanwhile, nearly 47 billion in federal housing aid to the states during the pandemic has been slow to make it into the hands of renters and landlords owed
COVID Variant Adds to San Francisco Residents Worries
"Remember that moment just about a month ago when it felt like everything might be okay, the economy was opening, people were starting to pack restaurants and bars in the Castro district. Lots of people were out celebrating high vaccine rates were so proud of San Francisco groups of friends toasted to good times ahead. Oh, hey, everybody is so in a better mood, the exhausted healthcare workers were feeling it to doctors were experiencing their first real lull in the pandemic. We had no patient of Covid patients for a while. I did have a break for about three weeks with no, really No covid in the hospital where it was like covid updates. None and everyone's like, Yeah, let's start with something else. Then the delta Variant Kane. KQED health reporter Less than McLaren explains what this turning point in the pandemic means and what public health officials are trying to do about it. Delta is spreading 2 to 3 times faster than the original strain of the virus, 47 states reporting an increase in cases, the daily average tripled. In the last month. Covid cases have shot up almost 70% in a week in the U. S. The Delta variant is driving the summer surge and the head of the CDC war. And while the pandemic is largely hitting unvaccinated communities, it's even taking hold in places like San Francisco, where more than 75% of eligible residents have their shots. Breakthrough cases are rare, but they happen. Some even end up in the hospital, mostly seniors.
"47" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"But if it was just on a podcast. Welcome to the to dump podcast. Okay we're still talking whale sharks. Yeah we did. We got to swim on either side of the whale shark. It was incredible looking. I and i was like i one shift endure second flavor this year but i was in the consciousness of a whale shark and a whale shark was in my consciousness and at one point it. You're not supposed to touch him. And i i didn't but it flopped it's enormous tail. Yeah and hit me. And i was like i just got hit by something that like point. Zero zero zero zero zero zero zero. One percent of the population of all time has ever touch. It was insane now so cool. There's i know that's not whales but like it's very big fish. Maybe that was the fish bad mouth big enough for it. I was just thinking about that. But i really like. There's something so spiritual about whales to me like usually when i'm at crossroads and my wife i'll have a whale dream. I had lot of whale dreams. When i was pregnant. And this was very similar to whale and it just is like we've seen wales in laguna like paddle boarding and it's just. It's like a transcendent experience. Every time it takes the human being out of the center of the universe. Yeah that's like what these are out there I know there's so much magic out there. And i'm just like i feel weird today. Why do i feel weird. How do i feel better data and in like a loop of thinking about nothing and then it's like an act actually. That's what i appreciate about our apple. Tv is there have been so many moments where we're sitting on our couch and just like talking about the same old shit and look the screen savers savers showing like a beautiful footage of wales. And you're like what the fuck am i. Even talking about kids shan. I think that's the world li-lives in most of the time like her feelings are an interesting phenomenon and our thoughts but they're not the art of the show just yet and that's why she wants to jump in muddy puddles or play in the sand like the world is still as it should be was the mary. Oliver cook quote. Jack cornfield posted. It's like our main job is to pay attention. She says obviously more poetic and also tara brach says like the most loving To love something to pay attention to it. I would agree with that and i i mean that's also nearby. Stars whole thing is finding god in the ordinary basically finding the holy in its plan. There's plenty they are Jesse such at cornfield posted it. Yana now exactly how she works it. It's real good. It'll be worth outfits to pay attention to pay attention. This is our endless and proper work. Is that good. yeah it's a. It's an excerpt of yes. No which. I don't remember that can be leery. Yeah i was gonna. There's another poem that i was gonna to that a fan recommended. I don't know if this is appropriate yet. I was just going to read. I was reading the couple pages on hell in the universal christ which i just whenever somebody like breaks down kind of what's going on when human beings just need to believe in hell. I always want to share it because i know a lot of formerly religious. People have a lot of trauma about that. I read some of it. Yes please okay. This is from the universal. Christ which is i mean. It may very well be my favorite book of all time. And it's by richard rohr and i'm reading this in full awareness. That ten minutes ago we were saying to them This is a page one. Eighty than what about. How else looking at her phone or she would have graciously laughed. And it's my joke. Three leading the fun is okay. One of our biggest roadblocks to this healthy understanding of the cross and resurrection is the prevailing notion of god. The father as punisher in chief. He's funny funny. Punisher and chief. Yeah an angry deity who co-signed centers to eternal torment and torture..
"47" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"He's a great person. Doesn't like anybody knows who's listening. He's a great person but we did history of rock and roll and like he sat next to me and wanted to copy off of me all the time and i was like wait a minute. This is your subject and you don't even know anything about it. You took the class history of rock and roll. Yeah and he was in it with me and wanted to see me. Can we just pause. I know how he felt. Whenever there was a class. That was about something i liked. If we're being honest when you're young you kind of think like there's a chance this class is just like listening to rock. Buchan fucking are laying around here. People asking you your favorite rockers. And then you get there. And they're like there's no aerosmith without nat king cole. We learned about like stax and motown and that's interesting now as a kid. If there's like the history of magic you don't wanna to learn about a guy named shit all the time trick ladies and gentlemen. My pants are empty. Can you confirm my pants are empty. Go ahead and open them up and look at my bare ass and confirmed the crowd. But there is nothing in my. Everyone is seemed everyone. Seeing my child are completely empty. Dim the lights please as you can see. There is nothing at my sleeves. There's nothing on my person. Give me one moment and say the magic word. More t who should head all that. Cheese abracadabra averick fred crap and gab. Crackling good getting my trousers. The and i've been in plain view. This i you took down see. Podcasts are the dumping ground beds completely. Honest american hard-working bits. That no what. I'm saying you couldn't do that on stage so stupid. Yes that there's certain jokes that are like precious birds that only breathe hydrogen. You have a baby little bones. And they land once they die. They're so fragile. I made out of wet paper and they could be blown away and they can only exist in the moment that they're being created. Yeah that was what to dump it because to dump. I mean we were both there kind. Like looking for crap crooked adapt. Yeah fine but when we all kind of saw the stage volunteer pulling open. Tt white bird in his new incarnation as a magician looking at the hefty dump in his trousers. That's all funny. But then he isn't perfect dumb but see. Here's the thing. This is how todd speechless but this is this is the thing you always say that i'm thirty percent. Funnier and and i appreciate that but the secret is the you just keep talking and you have no problem like working it out out loud and it gives me ample time to just sit here and think of the better joke. You're for sure. No that's that's really. Take one for the team. Do you think thirty percent. Funnier and i think the but to complement myself. I know this stupid joke but jokes in general the kind of courage into the dark like i don't care if this is stupid. Let's see what happens. Beautiful is an important part of any to dump joke. I wouldn't be able to deduct if you didn't i ab i. Think he said labral abracadabra he didn't even say dump. Oh i didn't. I said africa alpha man. I don't know but then i don't get to play it back. And you know what i think they will employment. This will be taught in the history of comedy. This little lecture i gave. We'll be like some jokes are only funny the first time you thought of them. But then what's so funny. I really believe this for the rest of my life. If someone says to dump to us will laugh so hard yeah. The joke was good. Yes there's just like we have too many filters too many judgment mechanisms to allow us to like that joke if we know that the performer. This is what he polished. Or she polished at home Yeah what a joke..
"47" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"In this way this way way all the version you one. She is on his knees at this point pounding the roof of the car and singing every time at the top of his lungs so loud the loudest thing i saw the veins in his net used did it every time it wasn't like he tried to show one time he could do it. He did it every time she does it and she does it a lot in houston the live virtual. Because we're like. how win. Do i get to swim with majestic what's funny so the couple from utah. I wanted their names their private people but they were wonderful. We love and we were talking to them. We were having like a great conversation but our kids and then it was like a 'nigma where are you. I can see how old is your. And then the the wonderful people from north carolina. We were talking to them to we. Were having a hoot. Yeah wasn't my dad in the van and didn't need like popping up per se. Yeah then we get there is. Are there any details worth mentioning there. Then we get their old. The there is the food thing so he kept going like okay. You're gonna swim well sharks. It's a workout to work out. It's it's an hour and a half on a boat. Get to the whale shark. That's right and i'm i'm just so big giant person and he said so when you get to the breakfast lake eat up guys. Eat up at the breakfast. And i'm like whatever the fuck this breakfast is. I'm going to eat up and it was this like covered off area outside and there was like. I'm not even exaggerating a plate. Two plates the size of a pizza box yeah. One of the pizza box plates had fruit on it. one of them had like tiny little pastries. And and you couldn't serve yourself because of cocoa and so you had to go up and be like can i. Can i have morning another and another there was like a shame element. Nfl like the food was running out so meeting. Like two pieces of little watermelon. Do little croissants by the way. This is fine. Yes just like i'm not saying the torah was bad or like prepared. But i'm ashamed person so i can't give me thirteen pastry. Yeah but i'm terrified. I'm gonna run out of energy but that's just my dumb food stuff. Well yeah but there is like a so. I think a very weird it is why it's an adventure is it's so it completely out of here completely in the hands of somebody else and as we were going deeper to into the open ocean where you can't see any land where like an hour and a half from the nearest land. I really was like this is this is risky. And it's not really like they have votes and they have communication and stuff just like it is something that feels very unnatural about it just being in like a speed boat going into absolute three. Sixty bluewater yeah. Further and further and further. You're going and after an hour. The motor died the motor. So this is this is a really fun though. I know because we are friends from utah. We were making jokes because they said don't they gave us bananas but then they said eat it before you get on the boat bananas on the boat. And that's like a captain superstition and the the guy from utah. Who were friends with and loved was like that's ridiculous precision bananas his bag and we were like if something happens as roma's banana boy and manta boy he again. So good natured. It's fine if i'm being honest i was like. Yeah who cares. It's two bananas. He also he was very athletic. And i think he was planning on ripping ass the term means forwarding really exerting in like chasing those whale sharks with muscles. I just totally rip announced. So i think he wanted some carbohydrates people do but he did have secret bananas and flake forty five minutes into being in the deep blue ocean. He died and i had to get another he was like i regret bringing the valid bingos hundred percent..
"47" Discussed on Restaurant Tales
"Real actually just. I can't believe that if you so. When i saw i saw him today and he brought it up to me no so he showed me the picture. And if you zoom in on that photo it literally says doctored photograph. You literally brought this up just to come around to this didn't you. I wouldn't never would advertise the picture. Show tech. i'm texting. Tim right to May oreo can't believe this hoodwinked bamboozled. I'm sorry and then you walked right into this trap. it's true you really do feel good about it. Honestly i'm totally okay with this. Pull up the photo please. So i can show you not done branching to tim about this. Do a little bit betrayed right now. I'm not gonna lie orioles literally. No idea what's going. Kim told me not. Tim did tell me not to tell you because he wanted to ride the wave. But then i got to talking to zack brady about it and he was like. We're definitely recording. This tim nicholson. I'm so sorry that i spoke with for showing up elite all in the name of content. You know sorry. Tim was on special fatty liver. I can't believe he didn't zoom in on the photo to begin with let i was so i was so enraged by the concept in general that list bother fact checking ran with my anger so speaking of convents to there's a few spots the joke is over brady anymore. No keep talking on right fucking now. There's a few spots omaha you can buy dukes mailing. That's true. That is true. Yeah dukes mayo. Is the number one mayo. I'm not a mayonnaise person. That's unfortunate. Yeah as duke or mayo. Identify as you anything. I'll bet you anything if we were asked. Mikey what his fair mayo is. He's probably gonna say dukes no he would probably say q. By really m over dukes. Keep you be key ki. It's the japanese male. I tell you about the time i got. I got coerced into drinking. No no mayonnaise margarita. At kyw tae up in benson it was cinco de my on wilson. Do that to you know this makes sense. I was brady's like fever dream right now. He has no idea what's going on. Finally i know the bar manager brett Like had made them earlier in the day as like little like margarita shots for the group of people that were in there usually. Do you want to try it. I'm like oh and then he just goes and makes it anyway for a few of us to sample and he's like it's just like an egg white cocktail i'm like it's literally egg yolk cocktail and no it's not and i'm sorry. Look i love what they do up there. But that was That was a big screen drawing the line. Yeah of mayo. Margaritas clearly never had a nagorny nearly. Yeah should that's a fact. And i'm not ashamed that so for you know hurt you know my goodness all right. So yes the entire continent conversation was just to get to that point. Emily my apology. That's fine well-played. I'll take that. I take i. I'm gonna own that one. I can't believe that. Yeah and now all of our listeners. Just really wilt things.
"47" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"47 Todd Jeffries and Don Prior here on the top of Don show you can jump in at 51283605 90. I got a question before we get going. If you don't mind me asking, Todd and I want to know if you've seen this as well. Even though uh, we are where we are, As far as vaccines, vaccinations go and where we are with the actual numbers here in Austin and Travis County of Total active cases that have been reported. What you're extremely low now. I think we're probably below 200. Now, I think, uh, total Why am I seeing, uh at H E B, Which is the one place that all of us have in common? Because we all go there at one point or another during the week. Why am I seeing the majority? Speaking for myself, I'm seeing the majority of people going to H E B still wearing masks. Still, the majority now H E B is not requiring their employees to wear mass in if they have, if they have been vaccinated. It's optional for the employees. So I'm seeing more and more and more importantly, G b and b specific which the y and okay he'll also go to the one at, uh, Bee Cave. Be cave and in 2 90 Adam became Near the hill country Galleria there. Um why am I still seeing well and let me just just out out and about period? Why am I still seeing so many people wearing masks? I personally Have not worn a mask for over a month. Now I have not had one occasion to put a mask on wherever I go, and I still walk into some places it's still you know, the sign doesn't say. Mass required usually says mask appreciated or mask recommended. But I'm not have been vaccinated. I'm just wondering why am I still seeing that? Why? At this point, why are you still wearing a mask? If you've been vaccinated because I know all the people all the people I'm seeing in H E B. I'm sure some have not been vaccinated and some have probably more have than not. Why are you still wearing them? Why I I don't understand it. I'm trying to answer your question. Like you asked me that question and I don't know. Yeah, I'm not seeing what you see at all. I'm not seeing it at all. I don't notice anybody wearing a mask. I don't care if you are wearing a mask. I don't care if you're not wearing a mask. I can only assume, though, that if you are wearing a mask, it's because you're not vaccinated. Well, because that's what the CDC said then that I can only assume that you're not vaccinated and that's that's your choice. That's okay. Well, I just don't think the majority of the people I'm seeing at H E B have not been vaccinated. Um So and I do care. I do care and I care. Because the mask continues to keep people apart. It puts a wedge between people and it still keeps people freaked out. Those strangers at ATB are keeping a wedge between you and them. Yeah, well, I don't want to talk to those people. Probably not. Probably. You don't want to go through HDB and have small talk with strangers. That's what your character Think. How does it bother you so much? Well, it bothers me because I think what happened? For a large majority of people. Um Is that it literally put this this whole year and a half or more has put the zap to people's heads and their baby that has made some people a little bit unstable. Be honest, and this is something you wanted to talk about this morning. It's a big deal to you and I get it. But it's not even a thought or a conversation with my friends and family at all. It doesn't even come up about. Do you have a master? You need a mask. You're wearing your mask. You're not wearing your mask. It's It's not an issue anymore, right? It is an issue with a lot of people based on the amount I'm seeing now. Maybe not in your maybe not in Leander. But I guess I guess here in Austin it's a different situation. And Leander, I can get that. But I am still seeing amazing amount now when I go to the gym I'm not which is kind of interesting. I'm going to the gym and mostly the gym are are folks that are younger than me. The majority of them are younger than me at the gym promote. I've observed And I'm seeing the very few mass at the gym and I'm talking about, you know, and the numbers are back as far as people going to the gym. From what I can see, it looks like they're pretty much operating at you know the capacity where they were before Covid. From what I can see. I don't know that to be the fact but But not at the gym. But I go to H E B and it's a different picture, so I don't know. Maybe. And yeah, you're right. You say a G B. I think it's neighborhood. I think it's Yeah, because the HBs I've gone to the Leander H E B, the two or three that are in Cedar Park and Leander Georgetown. Well, there may be people wearing a mask. I'm just not paying attention to it. I don't know well and good for you. Good for you. I'm not saying you should I'm focused on it. Maybe I need to be a little less hyper focused on no. If that's your thing, you stick to it Well, that seems to be working for. It's nothing I'm enjoying. But that's where I am. Just that's just my honest. That's where I am right now. I look at people who are still and warm and I honestly I want to stop people and I want to ask him. Why are you wearing the mask? Why do you mind me asking Why are you doing it? I'd like to know I really would. And let's open up the phones. Maybe some people that are wearing a mask or call the show and explain to don, why they're still wearing it. Maybe they're not. I assume they're not vaccinated..
"47" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"47 times, Jeffries and don prior. Sure about this new study that said hard work kills 745,000 people every year. Yeah, I mean, I mean, a lot of people say little hard work never killed anyone who apparently, it does. New study has found that working long hours Kills about 745,000 people every year, marking a 29% increase from 16 years ago. Now researchers were the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization say that somebody people die of strokes and heart disease, and those issues are usually caused by workplace stress, according to the studies Now specifically, the researchers found 398,000 people died from a stroke and 347,000 people died from heart disease and 20. 16 because they were working 55 hours a week. ERM or most of the deaths, according to the story recorded were among people dying ages. 60 to 79, who had worked about 55 hours on average per week between the ages of 45 74 this, according to the study this morning, good stay with working long hours now known to be responsible for about a third of the total estimated work related burden of disease. It's established as a risk factor with the largest occupational disease burden. So there you go. Yeah. You know if they could be a little bit more specific in this, I wonder what percentage of those air working long hours and also hate their job versus those that work long hours but love their job. I wonder what the rates of death are for those good question. Thank you. I mean, they do say that stress is the major factor there. But I would think if you love your job You know that there's less stress. I don't think I don't know, Right? I think so. Thank you. You've got a situation where it long, long demanding hours and unhappy through the whole thing. And, uh, You know, and that can lead to other things like drinking too much. Maybe eating too much being sedentary all that stuff. I'm sure they're They're all connected in some way. Absolutely. Don't Sometimes you need to take a vacation man. Sometimes you need to relax that sort of thing, too, and a lot of people were out relaxing and vacation if you will this past weekend. Interesting story in the Ost oniy of this morning kind of an indication of how Texas is back leg Travis Party boat industry, rocked by the pandemic last summer is experiencing a record high demand. They didn't have a summer last year. Your local businesses are all hands on deck is the tourism industry swells toe pre pandemic levels, bringing an increased bookings and reduce stress for the past 14 months Austin Boat tours, They were booked solid this past weekend. Each of their 10 double decker barges were in the water. Caution about 300 bucks an hour, taking out two groups at a time. A cop about 20 past years to party spots, you know, such as Devils Cove, that sort of thing, the co owner, captain Angel Edwards, told the Ost Oniy in Things are definitely coming back together for us. I'm glad to hear that. You know, I'm not saying the story is wrong. But last summer, Kim and I went out and booked a boat out in like Travis and I talked to those folks out there and they were just They were absolutely killing it. This is ah, Welcome change from last summer, Austin Boat tours lost nearly all of its out of town business, including East Coast. Bachelor and bachelorette parties, you know, makes up a lot of their customer base. The nearly 180 reservations booked in January. 2020. Almost every single one was canceled in either refunded are credited towards Ah, future visits. Quote Edward says We barely barely made it through the pandemic. Well, yeah, that makes sense is for us. The party boat bookings and all that. Yeah, that does make sense. And now the business phones are ringing off the hook. Booking enquiries included. Not only both, you know both parties but also related services, including food and bartender services, and you know things like that. Yeah, a party bus that can transport tours from Central Austin to their private marina there on Lake Travis and to Lakeside rental properties were parties can go on while you're visiting out of town. And in your businesses back for these folks, right, man, We got a friend of the tide of Don show that's actually captains. Maybe not for this company, but another company. Captain's one of these party boats that dude has got some stories. Oh, yeah, that dude, He just got some stories, man. Oh, man, boy, Does he ever have some stories? Yeah, I wanna hear you want you and you would think like the bachelor parties with the young girls would be the wildest and he says, no, no, it's It's those 40 year old Cougars. Exactly that are celebrating a divorce or something on the boat. They got margaritas. They got the box. Wind flowing. They hire a DJ and start shaking their muffin on that on that party barge Next thing you know, man. Yeah, well, not passed You still, uh, film a comfortable to get back, Edwards says, who runs the Austin boat tours with partner and the business namesake was recently serenaded by a bachelor party, whose members saying Girl. You're my angel in harmony. So he's excited talking about the story. So you similar? We were just talking about that. These ladies get a little wild. Oh, that's part about what is it is it the sunshine is it's fresh air is a white cloth. What is it? Yes, yes. And yes And yes And yes, that that's it. And yeah, just some about Some about some people something about when they when they climb onto a boat. Something changes, man. Something in the thinking changes something and it's It's like, you know, leave all your morals onshore. Anything goes. It is kind of this. No man's land where you're okay. I think a lot of people feel when they're out on the water. You know, it's you can you could do anything short of committing a crime. So why it is 6 52 you could jump in at 51283605 90. In fact, Cody Jones, the assistant commander for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, anticipates this summer will be even busier than last year when boater and swimming volume spikes and that party boat businesses will benefit from the rise and the tide. If you will awesome, he says. I certainly believe there's going to be AH, large increase in activity this summer online over Lake that we see an absolute booms. Yeah, a wonderful Yes. So why, Hey, stay with us coming up after the news. Interesting conversation about our teachers in America. There's a growing concern that what every At the end of every school year, there's a handful of teachers that leave leave the profession. Attrition, retired, just move on to do other things, and some are asking the question this morning arm or teachers than usual. Rejected to leave their jobs after this school year. Considering that, you know the stress and the pandemic and just controversy of not being able to teach, you know what I mean not not being able to do what you thought you were going to be able to do in the classroom, and many of them are deciding to leave. We'll dive a little bit deeper into that story and get some some teacher reaction as well. Yeah, you could jump in at 51283605 dot He also today, Thea, the city manager, The mayor and Dr Mark S. Scott's The Boston public health are expected to update us on the mass requirements. Later today, we could also get an update on the possible locations for those homeless and cap on and they've narrowed it down to 70 different locations. They'll now married, making narrow that down to 10 locations. Go from 70 down the town. Well, they did that quickly. Well, I think that's well, That's the process they've been in for the past few days, really looking forward to seeing what that's gonna be it Z I'm sure that we're not all gonna be pleased to 1/4 result is going to be in boy..
"47" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"Okay some says for today's quiz round one was capital. Land mobs number one. The capsule you'd be in if you're visiting the fisherman's bastion is budapest number two. You would find some basil's cathedral in moscow number three. The anne frank museum would be found in amsterdam number four. The capsule that contains the shaykh zayed. Mosque is abu dhabi number five. You've found you'll find the patrolling twin towers in kuala number round. Two was the photography round number six. The camera that was introduced by scientists. Edward h land in one thousand nine hundred. Forty eight walls. The polaroid instant camera number seven digital photography and display devices the letters. Hdr stand for high dynamic range number eight the letter alphabet that's followed by a number is used in the regulation of light that passes through the lens is f nine. The brothers credited with pioneering the motion picture in the eighteen ninety s the lumiere brothers ten anthony armstrong jones. I l of snowden was married to princess margaret round. Three was the marvel comics round number. Eleven Bruce banner was exposed to gamma radiation. Gamma race number. Twelve in guardians of the galaxy. It is a raccoon number thirteen. First name of spider-man's uncle who died. Senselessly was banned uncle. Ben number. Fourteen superhero portrayed. Onscreen bipolar road is a number fifteen. The first openly gay character to be published in marvel comic books is north style round. Four was the general knowledge round number. Sixty the chemical element. That has the symbol. I is dine. Or id number seventeen which the following is not a property searching website. Zayda rentals dot com homestead dot com or prime location dot com. The answer is b. Hosted dot com. This is a website building service number eighteen. The name given to chapters or sections of the koran is sura soros number nineteen. How many golfers make up right a cup team. That's twelve a number twenty. The english university city that stands on the site of a roman town of Do duly ponte is cambridge. And finally ratified was the celebrity rooms. So i gave to lose for each question. You had to name both answers to get a point number. twenty one. The american actor famous roles in seven of fight club. Brad pitt and to rhyme with that to leave out or exclude. Something is to omit brad pitts. Omit number twenty two the british author of the harry potter series. Jk rowling the game in which players rollerball towards skittles tenpin bowling. Jk rollings tenpin bowling number. Twenty three forty fifth president of usa is donald trump and a place to dispose of household and other refuse is rubbish dump so donald trump and rubbish them number twenty four. The american actor famous or roles in connor. National treasure is nicholas cage and a young person's transition from being childhood adults or genre of story or film focuses on this is coming of age so nicholas cage. I'm coming of age and finally number twenty five. The american actress who became princess of monaco is grace kelly the large protruding round stomach..
"47" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"And finally today round five is celebrity rhymes for each question here. I'm going to give you two descriptions. I is going to be description of and the second is going to be description of something else. You need to give two answers for each question. In order to get a point an example would be if i said an actor known for playing atticus finch into mocking bird and to turn one's head while passing by the scene of an accident. Then your answer would be gregory peck and rubber neck number. Twenty one an.
"47" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"Number one. Which council city would you be in visiting the fisherman's bastion number two. In which sold would you find sent basil's cathedral number three. Which city is home to a house containing museum dedicated to the life of the wartime direst and frank number four which capital contains. The shaykh zayed mosque the largest mosque in its country. The five which asian council is home to the patrol twin towers completed in nineteen ninety. Six round two is photography number six. Which camera was introduced by. Us scientist edward h land in nineteen forty eight number seven in digital photography and display devices. What do the letters. H d Stanford number eight which letter of the alphabet followed by number is used in the regulation of the amount of light that passes through a lens at a given shutter speed the nine which brothers are credited with pioneering the first motion picture the eighteen ninety s a number ten to which member of the british royal family was photographer. Anthony armstrong jones. I of snowden married in nineteen sixty brown. Three marvel comics number eleven. Dr bruce was condemned periodically become the incredible hulk after he was accidentally exposed to a high dose of what kind of radiation number twelve in the guardians of the galaxy. What kind of animal is rocket number. Thirteen what was the first name of spider-man's uncle who died senselessly. At the hands of petty criminal number fourteen which have mobile superheroes is portrayed onscreen by actor paul rudd number fifteen who is the first openly gay character to be published in marvel colleague books round full. Is this week's general. Knowledge around number sixteen which chemical element has the symbol. I number seventeen which the following is not a property searching website is it a rentals dot com. Be homestead dot com. We'll see prime location. Don't come number eighteen. What name is given two chapters or sections of the koran the mid nineteen. How many golfers make up a ryder cup team and number twenty which english university city now stands on the site of the provincial roman town of do raleigh ponty.
"47" Discussed on Transcaster Radio
"As the wage. Grandchild of Holocaust refugees and I also identified as Oriole philic, um, which people can email me about if they don't get the joke. Well fantastic, thank you both for introducing yourself. You all do a better job than I do. So I appreciate that. So I want to start out with you all reading a little extra off the book and Adrian. We'll start with you. I'll read a little bit from the introduction just to kind of frame the book again. It's the bodies and barriers queer activists on health and this book was just released in March 2028. I'm a full-time queer activist leading an LGBT community based non-profit organization with a focus on Health Equity and it happened to meet you buy it. I mean a negative experience with a healthcare professional because of my queer identity. I made an appointment with a dermatologist for a baseline screening for skin cancer. But at every turn the doctors well-intentioned team made me question if I should be there at all the intake forms were unnecessarily restrictive biased news programming was on full display in the waiting room magazines in the waiting room didn't cater to patients like me and comments from Clinic staff displayed Bridge cultural and competence. I didn't go back for the doctor recommended follow-up. I'm privileged with health insurance access to private transportation and the ability to take time away from my job to drive a distance for wage. Go appointment. So I was able to find a new lgbt-inclusive dermatologist an hour away for many other LGBT people the geographic barrier to accessing culturally appropriate lgbt-inclusive care off a specialist might be too great a barrier to overcome a fourteen-year-old youth program participant at whitman-walker Health in Washington DC shared that Wellness is about surviving in a world that was not created for you. That's what LGBT people have been Gravely doing for decades surviving conversion therapy surviving family rejection surviving discrimination. Be sure not everyone survived no conversation on LGBT health is complete without acknowledging the pain the loss of a generation to AIDS the loss of 49 queer lives at Pulse the office so many queer bodies the homicide-suicide substance overdose and hate crimes and with acknowledgement of pain. We should also acknowledge that survival is a privilege and that chances of survival are higher for white dog. Income status meant those who survive are unfair landscape persevere through barriers of every step of the way barriers created by the government by the medical establishment by the pharmaceutical industry by the insurance companies. We live with increased about tobacco alcohol.
"47" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"As the closer we get to the modern stop the. Some of the modern stuff I've only read once or twice a yeah I don't remember a lot of that either so. British. visit. Shock ourselves. I mean basically anything after sixty I'm sure they're going to be like. that. Yeah I acid rain was talking about Mississippi things off things, ned. I think he's right. This was kind of a returned in. Boerum you now. Book now Oh yeah `specially, and get says bands back. offensively. The sea level characters. I think everybody accepts. Throw throat like elders of the universe elders of the universe. Introduced one or two more of caregiver I think there's a new one. Thirty six but then there was the one that said not new I'm GONNA, leave I don't remember him. A lot of those elder showed have been nab literature in the silver surfer run by Englehart. In the eighty s L. Heart and then. Marshall Rogers and then on limited-over over. Internet running. For his own so awesome but I mean. Let's talk about some nonsense level characters like Or. More. Rates. Below sea level. ORCA. The wonder he was stretching while we talk. You. Have A. Man You gotta give it to him. Oh, yeah but but that what's his face? The Car Komo born the possessor I mean he's been around I mean didn't he was like? Four and. I forget that he that he run into the silver surfer I know I think he was he showed up during the. Server. Yeah. It seems like he likes to attack teams because. The something in here about Thorn Hercules, and then later on, it's like he encounters silver surfer mantis I don't remember Juda Cater. Back, there. But he may have been back in that silver surfer. Yeah. I don't know but yeah, I'd I'd. Say, I, always did remember to possessor her because yeah. He was like in a four story I. Think it was in that wasn't in that time like right before the Walt Simonson runners. So Yeah Back. Go. But. Yeah we'll see more guard the Gardner showed up on on the Judah cantor kind of looks like a character from. Monsters Inc.. I. I would agree with that there might bar from. And who's at the obliterated just like it looks like a guy in armor says like that's an order of the univer. Now. A nine. Ninety Ninety No. All right. So yeah. Any other thoughts on this issue gentlemen? Fun what good close to most of the loosens the best news guessing going to say, we'll see on the frank again next day she the possessor and we'll shane. Nine. Right or nine. All these. All. Like two weeks till you get your answer Ray. Coming. Next week, we'll get the answer who is the they contemplated. Again again at the heels from Australia so. Do you might know him. Oh. Can you imagine if you know quote the fake? Or got his hand on both bands. True want to blow. Gas But can you imagine if one of his kind get the bands? You know what? Surely? Surely one of that racist protectors employees I really do. You would think. Everybody you know treat dig deep enough yeah. I mean because that raises. Agents. I being more I mean even though he never had the quantities mar vel was it was the protector of the universe to he was granted. Why you're feelin somebody saying that there. Oh. Well. All right. I'll just say you know contemplate or is not cre-. Okay. Decree plank. War. That could be I don't know. Tire empires all yeah. There's a big thing today they're saying Oh. Yeah. You know after empire fantastic for there's going to be something permanent change or something I. Mean Charlie just got. Married. You have. You read any of empire I read the first one that came out last week and I think empire to come tomorrow already. So. What do you think I'm serious I mean I love the young of injuries just after disassembled as much as I dislike assemble young really good I mean it's it's kind of intriguing so far even though I kinda saw the twist coming at the end the issue on. You know the the cream, the scroll, unite the pick on the WHO is the CO, Taty or whatever, and it's. But yeah I mean. I will only give it a try like I said issue hot tomorrow sounds like is it just because of the scheduling mass stoppers? It's going to be a weekly thing. The artists on that is that the? Jim Jim. I think might be at kind. Double check. But yeah kind of look like his work. He's awesome Oh yeah. And then they had A. Last week's fantastic. Four Cross. A was an empire tie in you know. Bring it back that night these fantastic work, spider man and Wolverine showed up. And I think the other two are showing up next. To the around that. Of Great Health Picture. Oh No No No. The artists on empire is Valeria or whatever. They want to. A what's A Jim Cheung is on there and also so. I don't know. But yeah. So yeah, I mean check on empire be nice if they brought quasar with but I mean it's only a cosmic configuration that involves Rian Scroll Yeah. We. 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"47" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine
"I was like oh my god yeah you probably have whiplash and i ran into the bathroom remember a great fucking throw up i was like oh my god this is never did thumbs yeah just because think about it did you get whiplash caused your neck you just want to poop up vomit up oh my god i'm so excited i'm looking at these pictures this place is sick i'm stuck so have you ever been to wyoming or like north america north north america races northern united states you know l. like idaho wyoming utah kota oregon washington different vegas may i've been a mania different been been a main and i've been to obviously called the rockies yeah you've been i've never been a really no i've been through ohio is a fun no no you know where his beautiful beautiful office tells a i'd aho is yeah beautiful that's where you stayed yeah that's our yeah was out there that it's a like open plain gene mountain range yeah just a really awful area i was in southern idaho and lots of rolling hills oh you guys roll roll roll nice what happened to that song is at olympic lean liam polit- up yeah trump's got his name in japan and he took his biscuit out and then the girls like what much olympics get back in your pain from biscuit out put your mother fucking biscuit pack but you put your role dude everybody gets you roll loan that's two different songs but like hey today at work i was put the pandora station today's hits and post malone's top five it comes up lease fucking five times and then i hear whatever's like a so let it up and take a visit to me ellie country grammar dad hating on this i love it but today's hits i mean it's a little off yeah but how good is that song those the best what are they called syndicate checks are rolling syndication TV shows what's it called royalty checks for nellie rowland in an old habit royalties let's go back this this is nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine is the royalties corner this is when fried chicken and came out what was i saw can fry no the one by ludicrous ludicrous we why are you all in my grill it was i call like no chicken grammar was calling country grammar those nellie do chicken it can fried chicken zak yeah i remember you're talking about i don't i don't think it was ludicrous chicken and beers move boot air was chicken and beer uh checking waffles chicken and beer it was called chicken and beer album right ludicrous or that's the song chicken and beer and it was a ludicrous sir he doesn't go by ludicrous anymore he goes by chris luda lou yeah red light district was one of the greatest cds that like of the time who did that one luda ludicrous did down to elia not doesn't go by ludicrous though he he's he goes by his real name dwayne johnson struck you lot dude if johnson was ludicrous he's going by his full name john lennon yeah but this one just hey dude what fucking for real the ludicrous of nineteen ninety ninety nine became yeah that's what i'm saying but you can't listen to song no more corn rows that we just played because i always think of tom cruise the end of yeah platoon boys tonight walk the movie is good but tell me when you allow platoon know tropic thunder underbelly some napalm on this jungles nuts sundown her baby you've been to vegas yeah eh not that part of the i mean they have the show's all around it's a frigging thunder down under the frigging guys from south africa ozzy boys liz australia fine but you're remember like i i never did this but you know like high school those me he did in the car with me spokane joints in the cliffs like vaccines i never did in this role in.