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CDC Reports Highest Child Vaccine Exemption Rate Ever in the US

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | Last week

CDC Reports Highest Child Vaccine Exemption Rate Ever in the US

"During the break. I'm always doing homework during the show, even during the show. Leading report breaking. United States now has hit its highest ever childhood vaccine exemption rate in history, according to the ABC. Some of you may say, well, that's not a good thing. Fine. But I want you to understand the left did this because people were now waking up that the left lied to them about the COVID vaccine. So it's a perfectly rational response. Jim, is it not to say even from guys like me, like, well, I wasn't necessarily an anti vaccine guy at all. I'm not now, but don't think for a second I'm not asking more questions now than I was before the COVID disaster when they absolutely lied to us about the COVID vaccine. You may say to yourself, you're a liberal. It's just dumb conservatives. Dumb. Cuz you were the ones that told us stuff this vaccine down your throat. This is gonna save you against the deadliest thing since the mutaba virus or whatever. And it turned out none of that was actually

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Fresh update on "abc" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:02 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "abc" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"With Amy Morris there you go bink all right Thank You Paul and Jess Israel's military is expanding its operations across the Gaza Strip with the expectation of coming a round ground invasion of southern Gaza we talked with Bloomberg's Oliver Crook who says this next phase is coming as international scrutiny has become more intense there's certainly a lot of pressure on Israel now particularly and from its historic allies we've heard comments over the weekend from him and you and my call saying that the aim of limiting Hamas will require a decade of war and so that Israel's objectives need to be clarified but we heard it from Kamala Harris we're saying that too many Palestinians have died Blinken saying that really there needs to be fewer people as operation goes on Bloomberg's Oliver Crook there the Biden administration also ramping up pressure on Congress over aid to Ukraine the budget office says the u .s. will run out of funds to assist Ukraine by the end of this unless Congress acts Republican Senator James Langford says he thinks a deal can be done by then with the funds is tied to border security. We're gonna do this all together that's been the agreement that again from the White House originally asked for things all these to be together we have agreed to do all these things to be able to gather we can get this done by the end of the year. Senator Langford was on ABC's This Week which you can hear every Sunday on Bloomberg Radio. The White House is seeking more than $61 billion in Ukraine aid. It's part of a $105 billion emergency package. An update now from the COP28 climate summit in Dubai. In an interview with Bloomberg, Bill Gates says the world probably won't meet the Paris agreement's goal of keeping temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius. No, we won't hit the aspirational targets. You can do the math on 1 .5 and even 2 .0 isn't that likely. Still Bill Gates says he is optimistic the world can avoid becoming 3 degrees Celsius warmer than the pre -industrial era. Global news 24 hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now. I'm Amy Morris. This is Bloomberg. If I could you. be Financial advisors are you looking to add or switch custodians? Are you going independent? Interactive brokers provides lowest cost trading and turnkey custody solutions for all size firms. Trade globally from a single integrated master account with no ticket charges, no custody fees, no minimums and no tech platform or reporting fees. Plus IBKR has no advisory team or prop trading group to compete with you for your clients. Switch to the custody solutions that work for you at IBKR .com slash RIA. Pop culture is always evolving and those changes impact our lives in ways that are visible and not so obvious. I'm Lucas Shaw and I cover the business of crop culture for Bloomberg. My is job to uncover how entertainment is changing and explain what that means for you. Because context changes how you see how you change things. Context changes everything. Start exploring my coverage and learn more at Bloomberg .com. And I'll see you next time. If you could find a way to get inside each other's mind,

Dan Abrams Conceals Stunning Family Secrets

Mark Levin

03:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Abrams Conceals Stunning Family Secrets

"Of transition between a legal analyst a journalist slash porter and a TV clown but known I've for some time since I think I've told you this but I should have been more prudent Dan Abrams has a family secret no not that one Dan Abrams has a family secret and it's this Dan Abrams has failed to reveal on numerous of his platforms and he has many including I believe a Trump hating America hating Hamas supporting platform he has failed to reveal on a number of these platforms that said his brother -in -law brother -in -law Greg Andres you've never heard probably of before Greg Andres was assistant special counsel on Robert Mueller's team remember them investigating the Russia collusion hoax President Trump leaking like sieves two years millions of dollars later interfering in the election I don't remember Dan Abrams ever making a statement at media or most of his platforms that that's his brother -in -law while he's a legal analyst as a news reporter you know news reporter saved an obligation to be impartial and to be objective they're not supposed to be opinion makers you so an actual news reporters and journalists conceal such relationships it's a big deal it's a big deal so his brother -in -law obviously married to his sister who's a sister Ronnie Abrams who's Ronnie Abrams he's a federal judge in New York a federal judge in New York really appointed by Barack Obama another Democrat does he reveal that not to my knowledge but that's not my focus Greg Andres is my focus when you have wanted to know that this reporter that this journalist and ABC legal analyst that his family member was prominently involved in trying to put Donald Trump in prison? when the wouldn't that be relevant to know from a legal analyst and a journalist and a reporter? now obviously all analysts the other over at media I denounce where they're well aware they must be maybe they're not wouldn't be

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Fresh "A. B. C" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:07 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "A. B. C" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Coming up the latest on a fire at a local school and a check on traffic and weather coming in four up minutes but first ABC News good morning it's 530 the Israeli military announcing that it has expanded its ground operations into all of Gaza including the south ABC's Tom Sophie Burge is Tel in Aviv Israeli missiles striking a residential building in the south this weekend in video circulating online hundreds of thousands of Palestinians moving to the south seeking safety there Israeli officials promising maximum effort to safeguard the civilian population UNICEF saying nowhere is safe in Gaza there are so many young victims three commercial ships coming under attack in the Red Sea Iranian backed with the rebels claiming responsibility no injuries but the cargo ships did sustain damage the Supreme Court will hear arguments today on whether the bankruptcy deal for OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma should be allowed to shield its owners from liability following a nationwide settlement with hundreds of thousands of victims of the opioid epidemic Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines say they want to merge in a deal that's worth 2 billion dollars I'm Sherry Preston ABC News news radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected stay informed good morning to you on this Monday morning it is December 4th and at 531 we have clouds and 44 degrees in downtown Seattle along with Brian Kelver time and a factor of men here's what's happening fire has damaged muckle gills in vent it endeavor elementary school it happened earlier today como forz mo hider

Joe Biden's Israel Policy Has Been Counterproductive

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden's Israel Policy Has Been Counterproductive

"In other words Biden treats Israel as a second -class ally the Jewish state is a second -class ally subject Control, interference, threats and abuses like no other ally the United Has States now why is that? More when I return ABC Freedom is the to key any good relationship. It's about being around each other because you want to be around each other not Because some contractor some inflexible data plan are holding you down consumer cellular Knows that a good connection with somebody isn't something you can take for granted. It's something you earn with every Bill you send every fee you don't charge every charge you don't hide. That's why Consumer cellular lets you walk away at any time. No feelings hurt. That's why at consumer cellular You only pay for the data you need each month whether it's one gig or a bajillion. Anyway, So listen consumer cellular wanted me to ask you

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Fresh "A. B. C" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:09 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "A. B. C" from News, Traffic and Weather

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Is Israel's Former PM Ehud Barak Trying to Undermine Netanyahu?

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Israel's Former PM Ehud Barak Trying to Undermine Netanyahu?

"Society in election by the minority parties the left -wing parties in a hood barack leading right up to october seventh maybe that had something to do with what took place is the nation's fighting among itself just like here in the united states as the chinese are on the move i'll be right back then on 77 w abc one eight seven seven cars for kids kars one eight seven seven cars for kids donate your car today donate today at cars for kids dot org your car running or not could be picked up as soon as the next day no title no problem for kids dot org today seven seven cars for kids donate your car today now accepting donations of land homes buildings or any kind of real estate if you have unfiled taxes or are in debt to the irs this is important news the irs just rolled out a new program to help struggling taxpayers more easily resolve their tax problems it's called the taxpayer

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Fresh update on "abc" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:12 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "abc" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Has displaced over three quarters of the territory's population of 2 .3 million Palestinians who out of are safe places to go. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign Desk. The resumption of fighting between Israel and Hamas, sparking renewed concern about a wider conflict. ABC chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz says commercial ships came under attack in the Red Sea on Sunday. U .S. warships in the Red Sea are on high alert after this serious and significant escalation. We're talking about ballistic missiles hitting three commercial vessels in a busy shipping lane with the U .S. warship trying to fend off more possible attacks. And render a Iranian backed with the militants claiming responsibility for the attacks. Pentagon says it will consult with allies on how to best respond. The U .S. Supreme Court hearing arguments today on whether the bankruptcy deal for OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma should shield Purdue's owners the Sackler family from liability. Mike Quinn represents a woman who lost her son to an opioid overdose. In a way this case about is deterrence. It's about holding corporate leaders and owners accountable for their business decisions. A former American diplomat who served as U .S. ambassador to Bolivia has been arrested in Miami. As part of a long running FBI investigation counterintelligence Manuel Roca accused of secretly working for Cuba. ABC News Finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along. Which is why you should try ZipRecruiter for free at ziprecruiter .com free. ZipRecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you. Its powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites them to apply to your job. You get qualified candidates fast. So while other companies might deliver a lot of hay ZipRecruiter finds

A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - Does Netflix Got Next?

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - Does Netflix Got Next?

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Fresh "A. B. C" from Evening News with Art Sanders

Evening News with Art Sanders

00:08 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "A. B. C" from Evening News with Art Sanders

"Every day. TikTok sparks business. Sherri Preston, ABC News. News Radio traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. In Auburn, we just got word of an incident on Southbound 167 Route 18 at that State has two right lanes in the off ramp blocked. Also in Seattle and Bellevue, both ways of 20 continue to be closed for road work. That'll reopen by five and your drive time from Renton to Sumner is at 17 minutes and Seattle to Tacoma at 31 minutes. Eric McCormick, Northwest News Radio traffic. Thanks It was a bike accident. The

Benjamin Netanyahu: Ceasefire Would Be Victory for Hamas

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Benjamin Netanyahu: Ceasefire Would Be Victory for Hamas

"To come in or our hostages individual hostages to leave but i don't think there's going to be a general ceasefire it's not that i don't think i think it will hamper the war effort it'll hamper our effort to get our hostages out because the only thing that works on these criminals in Hamas is the military pressure that we're exerting you see bein has a totally different agenda we've talked about the ideological really suicidal agenda a blinking and obama to weaken Israel and empower Iran and they're still pursuing that notice notice this administration still is not enforced the oil sanctions on iran even though they're now shooting at our soldiers it's shocking absolutely shocking netanyahu had five go but there is daylight here on this notion of a humanitarian policy how they just keep pushing a humanitarian pose even use the language the obama administration ABC CNN the Washington

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Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

"It's been a week now since actor Matthew Perry passed away, and of course everybody is talking about Friends. Yeah, Friends has been all over the TV. In fact, my wife was telling me the other day that the Friends theme song on Spotify took a huge jump in numbers. Everybody's Friends crazy. I watched Friends just like everybody else, but it was never a big deal to me. It's one of my wife's favorite shows, and Matthew Perry was her favorite character. Or I guess technically you'd say Chandler Bing was her favorite character. I watched it, didn't really care. But a few years later, Matthew Perry had a show that I really loved, and it wasn't successful. Thirteen episodes. I think four of them didn't even get aired, so it only ran like nine episodes before it got canceled on ABC. It was called Mr. Sunshine. He played a man who was in charge of a sports arena. Allison Janney was on it. Andrea Anders, who was also on the Joey sitcom, was on it as well. It was just one of those shows I loved, I found funny, I don't know why, and it wasn't that good. I wanted to binge Mr. Sunshine, and of course I can't do it. It's not available. Friends? Eh, okay. Take it or leave it. But Mr. Sunshine, I laughed all the time.

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Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

"It's been a week now since actor Matthew Perry passed away, and of course everybody is talking about Friends. Yeah, Friends has been all over the TV. In fact, my wife was telling me the other day that the Friends theme song on Spotify took a huge jump in numbers. Everybody's Friends crazy. I watched Friends just like everybody else, but it was never a big deal to me. It's one of my wife's favorite shows, and Matthew Perry was her favorite character. Or I guess technically you'd say Chandler Bing was her favorite character. I watched it, didn't really care. But a few years later, Matthew Perry had a show that I really loved, and it wasn't successful. Thirteen episodes. I think four of them didn't even get aired, so it only ran like nine episodes before it got canceled on ABC. It was called Mr. Sunshine. He played a man who was in charge of a sports arena. Allison Janney was on it. Andrea Anders, who was also on the Joey sitcom, was on it as well. It was just one of those shows I loved, I found funny, I don't know why, and it wasn't that good. I wanted to binge Mr. Sunshine, and of course I can't do it. It's not available. Friends? Eh, okay. Take it or leave it. But Mr. Sunshine, I laughed all the time.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Andrea Anders Matthew Perry Allison Janney Nine Episodes Chandler Bing Thirteen Episodes ABC Friends ONE Four Of Them A Few Years Later One Of Those Shows Mr. Sunshine Joey Wife Spotify
Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

"It's been a week now since actor Matthew Perry passed away, and of course everybody is talking about Friends. Yeah, Friends has been all over the TV. In fact, my wife was telling me the other day that the Friends theme song on Spotify took a huge jump in numbers. Everybody's Friends crazy. I watched Friends just like everybody else, but it was never a big deal to me. It's one of my wife's favorite shows, and Matthew Perry was her favorite character. Or I guess technically you'd say Chandler Bing was her favorite character. I watched it, didn't really care. But a few years later, Matthew Perry had a show that I really loved, and it wasn't successful. Thirteen episodes. I think four of them didn't even get aired, so it only ran like nine episodes before it got canceled on ABC. It was called Mr. Sunshine. He played a man who was in charge of a sports arena. Allison Janney was on it. Andrea Anders, who was also on the Joey sitcom, was on it as well. It was just one of those shows I loved, I found funny, I don't know why, and it wasn't that good. I wanted to binge Mr. Sunshine, and of course I can't do it. It's not available. Friends? Eh, okay. Take it or leave it. But Mr. Sunshine, I laughed all the time.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Andrea Anders Matthew Perry Allison Janney Nine Episodes Chandler Bing Thirteen Episodes ABC Friends ONE Four Of Them A Few Years Later One Of Those Shows Mr. Sunshine Joey Wife Spotify
Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

"It's been a week now since actor Matthew Perry passed away, and of course everybody is talking about Friends. Yeah, Friends has been all over the TV. In fact, my wife was telling me the other day that the Friends theme song on Spotify took a huge jump in numbers. Everybody's Friends crazy. I watched Friends just like everybody else, but it was never a big deal to me. It's one of my wife's favorite shows, and Matthew Perry was her favorite character. Or I guess technically you'd say Chandler Bing was her favorite character. I watched it, didn't really care. But a few years later, Matthew Perry had a show that I really loved, and it wasn't successful. Thirteen episodes. I think four of them didn't even get aired, so it only ran like nine episodes before it got canceled on ABC. It was called Mr. Sunshine. He played a man who was in charge of a sports arena. Allison Janney was on it. Andrea Anders, who was also on the Joey sitcom, was on it as well. It was just one of those shows I loved, I found funny, I don't know why, and it wasn't that good. I wanted to binge Mr. Sunshine, and of course I can't do it. It's not available. Friends? Eh, okay. Take it or leave it. But Mr. Sunshine, I laughed all the time.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Andrea Anders Matthew Perry Allison Janney Nine Episodes Chandler Bing Thirteen Episodes ABC Friends ONE Four Of Them A Few Years Later One Of Those Shows Mr. Sunshine Joey Wife Spotify
Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

The Mason Minute

00:54 sec | Last month

Mr Sunshine (MM #4609)

"It's been a week now since actor Matthew Perry passed away, and of course everybody is talking about Friends. Yeah, Friends has been all over the TV. In fact, my wife was telling me the other day that the Friends theme song on Spotify took a huge jump in numbers. Everybody's Friends crazy. I watched Friends just like everybody else, but it was never a big deal to me. It's one of my wife's favorite shows, and Matthew Perry was her favorite character. Or I guess technically you'd say Chandler Bing was her favorite character. I watched it, didn't really care. But a few years later, Matthew Perry had a show that I really loved, and it wasn't successful. Thirteen episodes. I think four of them didn't even get aired, so it only ran like nine episodes before it got canceled on ABC. It was called Mr. Sunshine. He played a man who was in charge of a sports arena. Allison Janney was on it. Andrea Anders, who was also on the Joey sitcom, was on it as well. It was just one of those shows I loved, I found funny, I don't know why, and it wasn't that good. I wanted to binge Mr. Sunshine, and of course I can't do it. It's not available. Friends? Eh, okay. Take it or leave it. But Mr. Sunshine, I laughed all the time.

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A highlight from Trick R Treat (Horror/Slasher) (2007) Movie Review

Woz Happening!!!!

08:06 min | Last month

A highlight from Trick R Treat (Horror/Slasher) (2007) Movie Review

"What's happening world? This is Kiera and Ben and we're going to start this off with a movie called Trick or Treat. It's a horror movie in the, when was it, 2000s? I don't know if you guys have seen it, but it's absolutely, I thought it was a really good horror movie to start off the Halloween season. So, Kiera? Absolutely. I love this movie. I think it was so good. I know it did not. I know it was held up for two years before it could get released and then it had limited theater release, but as soon as it went to DVDs and streaming, it created a really big cult following. I think that is indicative of how good the movie is. I love a horror comedy and I would say that this would fall under that scope. And I also love an anthology movie. And I think that this covered the bases very well. We have kind of, I would call him our protagonist, Sam. If you have seen either Trick or Treat or the cover art, at least like the poster for it, you will see the little kid with the burlap kind of like pumpkin head mask. And that is Sam, our protagonist. And he is kind of like our guide throughout this Halloween night in this little town in Ohio. And everything kind of, he kind of watches over everything and all the stories that we see are kind of all connected I would say through him and through the passings of each other. Yes, 100%. And Sam has rules. Okay, so there's rules for Sam. Sam's rules are always wear a costume, always hand out candy, never blow out a jack -o'-lantern before midnight, and respect the dead. And no one does any of this in this movie. I would say the only people who maybe do this in the movie is the Anna Paquin storyline because he doesn't really outwardly kill them. He kind of lets them just do their thing. And I think it's because they're in costume and they are werewolves. Oh, yeah, I guess that's by default. I mean, they, but he is there. He is there. Yeah, when they eat everybody, he's sitting right there and they don't bother him. I think he's more like a watcher of Halloween, like the rules of like the, what would it be like, I'm trying to think of a word where like, like, not patriotic saint, but like, like the person that like, make sure that Halloween runs the way it's supposed to, if that makes any sense. Yeah, kind of like the enforcer, the enforcer of the holiday. And I think it's funny because he is like a small child. I mean, obviously not. There is some mysticism behind him, just like there is on Halloween. I would say the first death is one of my favorites. So we see this couple and they're coming home. And this one guy is very into Halloween. He's like, don't blow out the jack -o'-lantern. And his girlfriend or wife or whatever is not very much into Halloween. So she does. And we see her get brutally murdered and then put up as a decoration at her own house by Sam, which I thought was really cool. I thought it was really fun. Again, this movie surprisingly has a huge cast. The two biggest names that I wasn't expecting in my rewatch because like, you know, you watch things and you forget about it. And then you rewatch and you're like, Oh my God, was Anna Paquin and Brian Cox being in this movie. I was like, these are some big names for this little low budget horror movie. Yeah, I was kind of shocked when I saw them. I was like, Oh, okay. Because like, Trick or Treat to me wasn't like really like blown up. Like, people weren't like, Oh my God, there's a movie coming out. Like, I saw it like on Amazon. Like, I was like, Oh, okay. So it was like, for me seeing these big names in it, I was like, Oh, this is actually a movie that had a lot of people in it. And I'm surprised that it didn't have the, you know, like the big production that it should have got. But it was really good. I mean, the storylines are good. And it's like multiple stories going on at once. Like, it's not just like, you know, one story is like, you know, there's the principal, and he's killing people. And then there's the pack of wolves. And then there's the school bus. And there's this all this stuff going on. And you're like, you know, like, jumping from scene to scene, but it doesn't. It goes very smooth. It does. And what I found was so interesting was how Sam was very in tuned with the intentions of the people. We kind of talked about this already with the Anna Paquin werewolf storyline, which I to me, of course, I love female led horror is one of my favorite ones. I would say that one in the school bus one with the kids in the little like Valley River part. I don't want Corey Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I was like, What am I? Why can't I think of this word? I thought they those were the best ones. Because you can really see that here. He does. He does abide by the rules. Like I love I love a fucked up sense of justice. And I would say that Sam has that. Oh, yeah. 100 % like he he doesn't like when he's in the house with the man that you later learn is the bus driver. Yeah, Brian Cox, you learn that like, he doesn't kill him. Like he he messes with them. And like, Brian Cox knows there's some supernatural element to him when he blows him like it blows his hand off with a shotgun. And still tries to kill him. So he's like, Oh, my God. But he just like he takes up his lollipop that he usually cuts people's throats with and he hits a like mom's mom's bar Milky Way and he eats it. He walks out the building. So this guy's like, Oh, shit. You know, he so he starts thinking, you know, I guess I pass now candy. And that kind of plays back on him. It does. And what I like, what I like the best about how his storyline ended was that Sam was like, okay, you're going to meet your end. But it's not going to be by my hand. It's going to be by the hand of these eight children that you killed for no reason, which to me was also an insane storyline. I was like, I okay, so for those who haven't seen the movie, obviously, this is an anthology storyline, an anthology series. So there's one story that bleeds into two different stories, right? And it is the massacre of this children's school bus. So there is a school bus and it has eight children on it. And all these children have disabilities. And Brian Cox is the bus driver and the parents of these eight children come up with this horrifying, disgusting plan that they are going to bribe the bus driver to drive the bus into the quarry and kill their children, because they cannot handle the pressures of raising a child with disabilities, which is to me, so insane and disgusting. And guess what? He does it. So we see the ghosts of these eight children come into two storylines. We see it when the high school kids are lighting the lanterns at the quarry kind of like, oh, is it real? Are there ghosts here? What's happening? Kind of being like kids not really understanding. And then we see it when Sam actually brings the ghosts of those eight children to Brian Cox's house. And in my head, it ends with them killing him. Oh, 100%. And like, I thought the thought like that the girl that they brought to the quarry was special needs, and they were picking on her. And I thought that, you know, when the ghost come and she's in that elevator, and she doesn't open the elevator to let them basically kill the kids that were picking on her, like supposedly being our friends, but like, we're actually just trying to taunt her. I thought that was like a comeuppance, like kind of for the ghost, like the people that picked on them. This was their way of getting retribution on these children that would picking on this one girl with special needs, if that makes any sense? Oh, it absolutely does. And within that you see kind of the decision. So with any with any pack or like group of people, right, this is psychology, there's always going to be the leader and the right hand and then the followers. Now the followers will are there, but they don't, and they believe the message and they believe like the pack mentality. But you will also see that they're those are the first ones to disintegrate, right? Those are the first ones to become wary. And we see that with what's his name? I forget, Schrader? Schrader in the movie? The like kid that's also in Baby Daddy on ABC Family? I don't know if you guys know who I'm talking about. But we see his disintegration the most when he's kind of like, what the fuck is going on? Like, this is not right. Like, and you kind of see that his like, not like struggle, but you kind of see him start to question it. Like, are these people like, what I want to do? Like, are these people correct? Like, is this what I want? And you kind of see that within him, obviously, he still dies. Everyone dies.

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Biden Dismisses Question If Israel Is Fighting Under 'Rules of War'

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | Last month

Biden Dismisses Question If Israel Is Fighting Under 'Rules of War'

"All over TV, they're not reading tea leaves on my view. They're not really listening and putting together the words, the this administration. I think that's what's going on. I'll be right back. On W ABC. Mhm. Mhm. Mhm. Mhm.

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Monitor Show 19:00 10-14-2023 19:00

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01:55 min | Last month

Monitor Show 19:00 10-14-2023 19:00

"I would be remiss if I did not thank the crack team that helps put these conversations together each week. My audio engineer is Rich Subnani. My director of research is Sean Russo. Atika Valbron is our project manager. Anna Luke is my producer. I'm Barry Ritholtz. You've been listening to Masters in Business on Bloomberg Radio. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. At least 29 Americans have been killed in the ongoing war between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. A State Department official confirmed that news Saturday afternoon saying quote we extend our deepest condolences to the victims and to the families of all those affected. The department's spokesperson also said they're aware of 15 U .S. citizens who are still unaccounted for and the government is working around the clock to find them. The Israeli ground invasion of Gaza appears to be imminent. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited troops on the front lines near the border today as an extended deadline passed from more than a million Palestinians to evacuate. In a statement today the IDF said it's planning to implement a wide range of plans which would include a coordinated attack from air, sea and land. More than 300 ,000 Israeli troops and tanks are massed along the Gaza border. Protesters had been arrested outside Senator Chuck Schumer's home in Brooklyn. Jacqueline Carl reports. It happened Friday night as Senator Schumer was getting ready to head to Israel with a delegation. The protesters consisting mainly of Jewish New Yorkers stood outside Schumer's home in Brooklyn demanding he call for a ceasefire. ABC 7 reports over 50 protesters were arrested including those holding a banner that read Jews say stop the street. Tensions.

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Dan Bongino: There Will Be Another Great Depression

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Dan Bongino: There Will Be Another Great Depression

"But I do want to give you some optimistic news about this. The good news is, and this is kind of like, I don't even want to say, well, good news. It's the least of the bad news, that we're headed for a global economic collapse like you've never seen before. I think it's going to be quick. I don't think it's going to be a 10 -year debacle. Could be two. A lot of companies are going to go under. A lot of jobs are going to go under. The light at the end of the tunnel is, a lot of these dead assets, and a lot of these failed governance models, deficit spending and all this other crap, they're going to be entirely discredited. They'll try to blame it all on Republicans, but it's going to be fairly obvious to walk themselves into this trap. They'll blame it on big banks and whatever. They don't have that option anymore though. Social media and the democratization of information, it's not CBS, NBC and ABC anymore. They don't control the narrative, we do. But it is going to happen. And you're going to see ridiculous tweets like this that are going to be pervasive. NBC tweeted out the other day, Student loan payments restart today, forcing borrowers to take on more debt and put off savings for retirement. Oh my gosh. So people who took out student loans are going to have to make tough trade offs. I'm supposed to be getting a Kleenex and crying for them? So you want the Costco guy paying $15 for Hellman's

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A highlight from John Deaton Interview - Judge Denies SEC Ripple XRP Appeal, LBRY Appeal, SEC vs Coinbase, Grayscale, & Binance

Thinking Crypto News & Interviews

04:04 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from John Deaton Interview - Judge Denies SEC Ripple XRP Appeal, LBRY Appeal, SEC vs Coinbase, Grayscale, & Binance

"It's just another smackdown of Gary Gensler and the SEC and this was a foregone conclusion because basically the SEC was asking the judge for an early appeal, but we have this trial that needs to take place for Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen, and so an interlocutory appeal is usually done when there's not a trial left to do. Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto Podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. With me is attorney John Deaton. John, great to have you back on. Thanks, Tony. Always a pleasure to be with you, my friend. Yeah, it was great seeing you at the Ripple proper party. I got a little sick. Yeah, but it was certainly fun. It was fun. It was amazing to meet everybody. For sure. All right. So, John, yesterday we got news that Judge Torres denied the SEC's appeal attempt of the Ripple ruling. Tell us about that and the details around it. Yeah, well, it was just another smackdown of Gary Gensler and the SEC. And this was a foregone conclusion because basically the SEC was asking the judge for an early appeal, but we have this trial that needs to take place for Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen. And so an interlocutory appeal is usually done when there's not a trial left to do, but they still ask permission. And I predicted that she was going to allow them to file the motion. You first have to ask permission, hey, Judge, can I file a motion? And then she says yes or no. And if she says yes, you file it and then she gives you the answer. And I said, of course, she's going to let them file it. And then she's going to use that opportunity to really solidify her first decision. It's not like she's going to change her mind and go, yeah, I got it wrong. After spending six months right in that order, I got it wrong, guys. You're right. No. So it's going to really allow her to explain it. And after her summary judgment ruling and part of the basis for the early appeal request was that Judge Rakoff in the Terraform case, where he said, I'm not going to follow the line of reasoning that was in the Ripple case. Well, a lot of people, especially the Bitcoin Max, he's out there, everybody was jumping on it, oh, the Rakoff decision is inconsistent with her decision. And this was a bad mistake of the SEC, Tony, because it gave her an opportunity. When a judge gives one ruling, you and I could debate it, right? Well, did she mean this when she said ABC? And you could say, John, I don't read it to mean that. And I could say, well, I read it to read this and we could debate that, you and me. But when the judge says, well, let me tell you what I meant. Now there's no debate. So before this ruling we got last night, her decision was a little up in debate. The crypto world like Coinbase was saying, look, she said that XRP sold on an exchange isn't a security.

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Monitor Show 23:00 10-02-2023 23:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 23:00 10-02-2023 23:00

"Interactive brokers clients earn up to USD 4 .83 % on their uninvested instantly available cash balances rate subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. These topics 24 seven fellow listeners in our discord discord .gg slash. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. . 24 Broadcasting hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg radio. President Biden says he's glad a government shutdown was averted in remarks today from the White House. Biden said it shouldn't have come down to the wire because he and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy had reached a budget agreement months ago. The president accused extreme MAGA Republicans of trying to walk away from the deal. Biden said the deep spending cuts they were calling for would be devastating to millions of Americans. The co -chairs of the House Problem Solvers Caucus are happy the problem of a government shutdown has been solved for 45 days anyway. We're going to work around the clock these next 45 days, but this cycle of insanity has to stop. Speaking on CBS's Face the Nation, New Jersey Democratic Congressmen Scott Gothenheimer and Pennsylvania Republican Brian Fitzpatrick both agree that Congress can't keep waiting until the last minute to avoid shutdowns. Both Congressmen blame the budget conflicts of extremists and said bipartisan moderates are the solution. A Florida Congressman is taking jabs at House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as he announced his intentions to file a motion to oust him. At this time next week, Kevin McCarthy is still speaker of the House. It will be because the Democrats bailed him out and he can be their speaker, not mine. Speaking on ABC's This Week, Gaetz admitted that he might not have the votes on the first ballot, but should have them before the 15th vote. McCarthy had to wait through 15 House votes before finally being elected.

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A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 25

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:09 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 25

"Time for the Mike Gallagher Show week in review podcast. We're glad you could join us. Boy, what a week it was. The debate, the craziness, the New York City judge trying to crush the Trump organization, keeping Trump from ever conducting business in New York ever again. Number of media outlets conducted polls. The results don't look really good for President Biden. Even the media outlets could hardly believe their own results. Washington Post ABC poll came out over the weekend. Has Trump beating Biden by 10 points? 52 to 42 percent among registered voters in a hypothetical 2024 national matchup. Now, the Washington Post says, oh, this poll is an outlier. Well, the truth is there's no national election. What matters are the other swing states. We know that we understand that the NBC poll has Trump and Biden tied. I think what's important to remember is almost no national poll has Trump getting significantly beat by Joe Biden. Are they all lying? Are they all making it up? Is it all are they all outliers? And make no mistake, they are melting down, man. They are freaking out over this poll. Here's ABC's. And you know, it's tough because you got both the Washington Post and ABC, these two huge legacy media outlets having to distance themselves in a way from their own poll. Here's ABC's Rick Klein talking to Martha Raddatz over the weekend about the staggering bad news for Joe Biden in this poll. Martha, these numbers are simply staggering for the sitting president. 44 percent of people in this poll say they are not as well off as they were at the start of the Biden administration two and a half years ago. Those are the worst numbers that we've seen in our ABC News Washington Post polling. It's a question we've been asking going back to the Reagan administration. And when you when you dive into the big questions around the economy, we know President Biden has been out there trying to make the case. Unemployment is low. He's been talking about how inflation has been easing, but people aren't buying it. You covered some of the reasons why. Gas prices, food prices, grocery prices and like right now on the big picture on the economy, 74 percent of the country, that's about three quarters of Americans who say the economy is either not so good or downright poor. Now, of all the things I get angry about, the illegal immigration crisis that we have in America right now is infuriating because this is a crisis of the Democrats making and they have the gall. They've got the nerve. They have the audacity to pretend it's not their fault. When you screech about open borders, when you brag about being a sanctuary city and suddenly we face a crisis of thousands and thousands and thousands of illegals entering this country.

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"abc" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

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"abc" Discussed on Diabetes Deconstructed

Diabetes Deconstructed

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Diabetes Deconstructed

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"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

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"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

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"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"Alright alright alright. Welcome back quick anyway. This is a part of the show. You guys know this where. I take questions from the nation. Look how when you guys are like me. And i know you guys are dealing with a lotta showed they in. I'm not kidding. Narrow time an open mind box. And i just can't make become a detailed deference muhart wants to make you guys but i can't and who knows maybe one of these days once can through the kovic shit. Maybe i can get out there and do a couple of live events for the nation. I don't know maybe pekka fucking location and got out there and maybe spend a day or two you guys which would be brilliant. You know maybe just hold up in some fucking hotel conference room and start turning or way through people's lives and get chat sorted and straightened out i got this question. I read the question that stuck in my mind. And then i said the question aside and actually wanted to deal with on last week show but i go dufferin question that i wanted to get to that show so we dealt without one anyway this question this week. It's gone straight and a lot of things for people so the question. This week is from and many essays. Hi gary first of all. Thank you for writing books. They're amazing and helped me in a time where. I needed some guidance. In on fucking myself. I got married in september of last year to my amazing husband. I have adult kids as he does as well. My question is around his twenty the way his acts and he raise their kids was much different than my ex. I raise my guy. I feel like i'm not being my authentic self with his twenty year. Old child is not motivated to do anything. My brain wants to tell you to get off at us and get a job or go to school. Which is what. I said was needed if she moves in with us. This is what i would say to my kids. What i expected of my kids but he and his ex baby her. I feel like being. Not authentic is fucking frustrating to me. Doesn't help her. How do i support her. And stay true to my authentic self. I want her to succeed but no is up to her to get off at us. All right you guys get that. You've got to get the whole picture. Maria just painted for us. Raise your hand. If you've had assembled expedience situation stefan but you feel as if you're bottling something up and you're not being quote unquote authentic self. I want you can said maria the what you're calling your authentic self.

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"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"But my philosophy my way of doing life a lot of the stuff that are talking about here. Of course you'll find in my books. And i think i mentioned before on a previous episode. A lot of people are asking me questions and the stuff is in another book like it's india. It helps me a lot when you've read the books. Because then i know what you're bumping up against him what you're dealing with and i can speak specifically so get your ass to fucking bookstore and buy the books all right. This is a subject that are put up on one of the social media channels. I think it was a put up first on twitter. I'll sometimes throw stuff up or i don't really spend a lot of time on twitter by the way you can find me on there but i wanna spend a lot of time on it but i do. I do post up there. Throw something about most of the time. You'll find me scooting around on facebook and instagram. But the statement was made his way from twitter instagram. And what i was saying was for the sake of your own peace of mind. Let that shit go. Just let go and you know. Obviously people are pretty enthusiastic but the idea of being able to let stuff go. But i don't think many people really know how to do it. When most people are saying on latin. I go whether really saying is. I'm just gonna turn away from it and focus on something else. That's what people are mostly saying the saying. I'm i'm going to focus on something else. Which is in fact. Not letting anything go. All you're doing is focusing on something else and then later you remind yourself about but while you're holding onto and you're still fucking holding onto and in fact i want you to get the you is a human being are holding onto a lot and i mean you are fucking how you have a death grip on some shit and obviously everything that i'm talking about here. As the past so in other words you're hanging onto items from your past and i want you to really get like you are actively hanging onto it now. Somebody suggested you know maybe change the wording from go to let it.

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"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Jobs. It's going to mean more investment. Mr Speaker on it's going to mean more support for Australians in work. The government wants to drive unemployment below 5%, hoping it'll eventually push wages up. 12 years after an Air France Airbus plane crashed into the Atlantic, killing 228 people. The courts ruled the airline and the manufacturer should go on trial for involuntary manslaughter. He is the BBC's You Scofield. This appeal court ruling overturned the decision by a lower court that the two companies should not stand trial. But now the state prosecutor has successfully argued there is a case to be heard. A bus is accused of not properly assessing the risks of failure off the speed sensors. Who's malfunction led to the crash on their France accused of not giving pilots proper training in what to do when this happened. Both are charged with involuntary manslaughter. Families of those who died as well as pilots. Unions have been campaigning for years for a trial and they're pleased by this decision. But Air France said it had committed no crime and that it may now take the case to the high Court of Appeal. Airstrikes and rocket attacks between Israel and Palestinian militants have continued through the night in a still taking place with several targets hit in Gaza today. The Israeli army says more than 100 rockets have been fired from Gaza towards Israel since the conflict erupted on Monday. Tell Aviv in central Israel have come under attack, with hundreds of thousands forced to take refuge in shelters around 35. Palestinians and five Israelis have died in the violence, the worst in years. I'm playing order. That's the latest ABC News. This is David Asal on ABC radio. And welcome to Western Australia. Thanks for joining us here on ABC evenings and.

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"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"You're saying and really try Sedition can girl yes, I think that's what you're gonna go out for a jog. Just just don't wear celebrity perfumes. Just go with stuff from your regular slave market. Is, uh, it takes off the wildlife. Well, what I thought was hilarious is why would anyone wear perfume on a run? But this woman was saying, you know, it was early in the morning. I was fumbling around for the deodorant and all that I could find, presumably in the dark was the perfume. But why would you even bother when you're going out there to be a hot and sweaty and who's going to smell you except for revenge and kangaroo? And in the house. That's Yeah, exactly what that cancels each other. I think she was lying about actually going for a jog. Perhaps she was out there aggravating kangaroos, and she she was busted with their back story. But maybe that's why exercise you shouldn't do it. Guys do not exercise you could get punched by a kangaroo. So s so basically the same where we're teaching fishing and we think you should exercise Go on land on sea. I could mention another one. I don't know if you saw this one from a couple of years ago, which also now rules out paragliding when a paraglider came in to land somewhere in the A, C T and a kangaroo was watching him land and ran up to him and just punched him in the face. Kangaroos have anger problems. They need to go to anger management classes. There. There. What is wrong with you? Where is for a While? Many. Many years ago I lived on a farm where we had a kangaroo that kind of adopted us and he got quite He got quite close to the farmer. And occasionally he would come up to him and nibble gently on his chest hair and what was a beautifully tender moment. Okay, But imagine the farmer tried to get away from it. It would sit on. That's crazy. Um, say that was what happened when the farmer ladies I natural b. I come out if you've been wearing a Sarah Jessica Parker perfume things would have been really different. All right? Yes. If you want to flirt with the kangaroo Uh, can you float should be encouraging flirting with animals that night. Maybe you've gone a bit father. You wanna become friends, and then it just smell gross. I think it's just Just have a farmer's there. Yeah, that is a miss saying is with us, but you may have missed this and are I just don't know which is my favorite because they're also good. But this story comes from Michigan in the United States, where a man had a fight with the neighbor and responded by building a very interesting wall. Yeah, neighborly disputes and not uncommon and often over fences. And you know if defenses too far on one side, the property of the other well, this neighbor cracked it and then retaliated by building a wall between the properties with made entirely out of cow feces. Apparently, it's legal. You can't tell someone like that's that he's not breaking any laws that so he's got this poo wall between the properties it lets off. This incredible smell probably smells like She is, but there's nothing the night we can do about it, but both of them have to smell it. There are a lot of fine goals being scored. Here. I am just love it, and I love the neighbor reportedly said. It's not a people. It's a compost fence as if it's some kind of, you know, Iko. It's an eco design. And I'm going to get back to your neighbor do something like that. But you've got to deal with the consequences. I'm wondering where the Donald Trump in his eagerness to build that border war with the Mexican Army. Maybe this is something he could have employed might have been a lot shaper and much bigger deterrent. Well, let's drive. Yeah, for anyone wanting to come into America. You know when I heard from him, maybe he's busy making already promised your country should just do it. Forget needing to put our international borders during covert. Just poke around exactly what Maybe maybe that's what would help out quarantine. Just just put Pool outside every hotel going. No one's gonna believe, honest saying we really haven't kept it. Clean it all that would happen. This'd been dirty, but very PG Rated way to say thanks for joining us. You know you may have missed this. You're listening to night Life with Suzanne Hill on ABC radio. You're a fan. Or maybe your kids are of the kid's TV show, Bluey. Well, it won't be surprising if you are. Since the show started in 2018. It's become the most streamed program in ABC. I view history with more than 500 million views. It's enjoyed by kids and parents around the world on if you watch it with your kids, I wonder if you ever feel just a bit guilty. Well, you don't play with your kids quite as much as Bluey and being goes doggy dead Bandit. He's been how'd as an exemplary parent by both viewers and child development experts and journalists. Melissa five has been interviewing blew his creator, job, Rum and those same child development experts about just what it is. That makes Bluey a textbook example of great parenting. It's for an article to appear in this weekend's Good Weekend magazine. In the age of the Sydney Morning Herald. And Melissa joins me now. Hello, Melissa. Hello. Thanks for having me. Well, you're the mother of a couple of Bluey fans, aren't you? I am I right. Two daughters. I feel like I have Ah, Bluey, get a bingo. It's sort of similar age, and they are mad for Bluey. So what's its impact man in your house, then Melissa? Well, it was immediate find this really fascinating. I'm sure that Um Millions of households have the same situation that suddenly your land room and every bedroom is turned into her hotel room. When we have to play hotels or neighbors, which is the game that you deconstructs the couch to play neighbors or we play Raiders, which is when you throw the ball down the hallway and may set of dive into the bedrooms to get out of it out of the way when we play lots of the different games, and I found that like as a journalist, just thinking about that really interesting, like I can not. Had not come across a show before that jumped out of the television and into your life like that. So you quite a child development expert on marked of Rosanna is saying that if he met a young couple who asked him for parenting advice, he would literally say to them will go on. Watch blew it. So what is it? That is right on target when it comes to Bluey role modeling really good parenting. Well, there's really two things. The first is the way that it approaches. Play on, of course, plays something that you know just happens. Naturally. Kids play as a matter of course, but there's different types of play and the play in that is depicted employees. It is sort of the world gold sort of play that kids, you know, Ultimately, you know that that you all sorts of play, but this sort of plays really in reaching for them. They're really engaged in it. They're totally bought into the fictional concept They're negotiating, so they're really kind of working out the rules on been this sort of On emotional intelligence, I think about Bluey, which is to do with the way I know that we're talking about cartoon dogs here, but it's to do with the way that bandit the father and chili, the mother. Approach their kid's emotions, and they basically model the way of parenting, which is that they hold this look it make space for the negative emotions and they sort of if you watch it carefully. You see, bandit and chilly. Do that all the time. And really, that's what the kind of told Parenti experts are telling us to do, too. Not kind of be dismissive of the emotion or shut it down or distract, you know to actually say, Gee, you know, that's really tough. What and then sort of to help your child problem solve out of that. So I was really fascinated by that. And I actually initially I wanted to do a profile of job from the creator, and he was not at all for that idea did not want to do that. And then I was rating is part of that profile. He's um he's he immersed himself in this thesis, child development literature around play and as blowing, got the green light in about 2000 and 17 he mind Not only his own family life because he has two daughters, but it also this literature that he was reading around play. He actually mind it for ideas for the script, and so It comes to us is this you know, kids just playing and mucking around with their dead, but the actual price the thought process behind it is a lot deeper than that..

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"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Do it again. Nightlife. With Philip Planning on ABC radio. Here's something to cheer us up..

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"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"ABC News with San Tian Weinstein in the Tasmanian state election. The seat of Clark, which takes in the capital city of Hobart looks likely to determine if the Liberals can retain majority government early Ward reports. ABC election analyst Antony Green says the Labor Party cannot win majority government. There's been a state wide swing against the party and increase in the grains of ocean also for independence. Table later paid Gulf One has easily chopped up all and he's northern electorate of best with the party said to retain three seats there. If the Liberals winner third term, it will be the first time the party has won three successive elections. About to win the required 13 safe for a majority. It could come down to the Hobart electorate of Clark, where the greens later Casio comma looks like Shell topped the pole and two independents have also drawn significant support. Western Australia's recorded three new coronavirus cases on the first day after restrictions eased the following purse. Latest lockdown. Hotel Security guard is tested positive a day after developing symptoms and several days after receiving his first dose of a covert vaccine to the man. Seven housemates have tested positive and all are now in hotel quarantine. The W wait Crimea Mark McGowan says restrictions in place earlier in the week mean the risk of wider transmission has been greatly reduced. He says. That means there's no need for another lock down to be imposed for now. Contact tracing team has been ramped up. Our testing clinics will also ramp up. Right now. We need to let out teams do their jobs and provide us with the information. We need to make a decision tomorrow morning. The federal opposition says the move to ban Australians coming home from India's assigned the government's failed to manage quarantine properly. From Monday. Australian citizens who've been in Indian the previous 14 days will be prohibited from traveling home with the prospect of five years in jail or $66,000 fine for those who don't comply. It comes amid the devastating covert 19 spike in India, with nearly 400,000 new infections reported yesterday. The government argues the movie's necessary but labor front bencher Tanya Pleasure Sex, says the government's failed to get Australians home raising so many people it's stuck in.

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"abc" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"The funny part is that was actually on that. That was weird. It was weird. There are a lot of hot and cold zones on that ride. But the one thing i do like about them is they come with a warranty lifetime breakage warranty on the frame and the lenses so in case you yard sale in case a yard sale me being me. I had the opportunity on what you mean by that. Is you being not being able to say no to stupid ideas that pop into your head. No i like to think of is pushing the boundaries of what i'm capable of but mainly like like attempting the the single-track bridge on your twenty-eight see tires did i do it. Yes i think. I did ended a yard sale. I did not know but your close is real close but Yeah warranty support is is kind of amazing for being a twenty six dollar pair of sunglasses as quite shocked so i got a scratch on the one lens and that wasn't a big deal. I just walked out the lens. I didn't really care but the nose piece That you pull down to change out. The lenses started to break after about a year and a half Which you know is pretty good. So i sent them an email. They said okay. We'll send you a new pair which is needed copier receipt and. They sent me a brand new pair. And you know they've been fine ever since but It's one of those things that it's the little things like that that i really appreciate in a company especially a company. That is selling sunglasses for twenty. Six dollars on amazon will win sets with them for for different conditions. That's that's important to me and especially having a polarized said as well A lot. I don't know i know nick. You have polarized glasses. I think right. I have a mixing and matching. I'll get into that in a second but Yeah polarized lenses for certain for certain light. Conditions are almost a necessity. Yeah exactly but i you know for the for those rainy rides or the night rides having the yellow lens as just unbeatable. But i'd say for the price If you're looking into something that's relatively inexpensive because you don't want to invest all that much but you still want a decent quality product. I would highly suggest these best. Crappiest pair sunglasses have overhead. And they're not even crappy. They're good. they're nice. You've had some good use out of them and many more years to come. I think oh yeah So on a similar vein My reviews not on glasses specifically But the lenses. So i don't know if i've mentioned on the podcast before but for a time in my life i was a a a country club. Golf professional inside have multiple sets oakley's just sitting around eventually all lens. Lenses will get scratched scratches and worn out and need replacing in obviously oakley. Does a a great has a product. You're gonna pay for the oakland name. Oh yeah i had these. Let these glasses sitting around thinking. Well she why. Don't i just get new lenses for him and i'll just turn them into my cycling glasses. And so a buddy of mine put me onto revenge optics and They're they're real. We affordable replacement lenses for a large number of sunglass brands. I mean obviously. They've got they've the big names. They've got You know oakley got cost a rayban. They've got brands. Though that you you may not see other places. So like they've got smith optics..

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"abc" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"abc" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"This week on the fifty three thirty nine. Podcast we have cycling jargon andrew. What the heck did you just say. What sunglasses review saddlebag essentials and of course dreambikes. Welcome to fifty three thirty nine. A podcast about cycling. Or cyclists by non pros. Let's get to it so a andrew nye yesterday actually got outside for the first time. In what two or three weeks. I mean i've been outside. But i haven't biked outside. Well okay. we let you out of your house once a week but that's beside the point is true so is it was actually almost sixty yesterday. First time. I really got the test out my rain jacket that i've had for about a year. I try. try not to ride in the rain too much but high visibility. That was one of the perks of that jacket. It's it's bright pink in the seems or lime green so clearly. There's no question where nick is when he's wearing it. It was a good ride though. Aside from a crashed into one of the other riders. Yeah we were approaching this intersection in. There was a little miscommunication as to whether we were turning her slowing to go straight and i was hammering. Andrew was hammering of course but yet was a good ride. we had. We have a lot of time in puncture. Cut the ride a little short but somebody stood. There stood there and took instagram photos. While somebody's got to work for all the mayor and i changed tire for the for the social social media posts people working that it was a good ride. We still got almost fourteen miles in with a little bit of climbing in You know had a had actually group of five of us which was kinda nice. Actually a lot of people out yesterday was good. to see it was there was Probably what two or three other groups of at least three that we saw then there was a group of i think five or eight that we're actually doing a night ride when we were coming in. That was the more concerning part because it was. It started coming down when we were finishing our ride and they were like lighten up putting up the wet gearan man. They were there better men than i am. That's for sure. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna rant for a second here. Because i just did a race this afternoon with. Wpro's team time trial.

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"abc" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"abc" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Yes in front of patrick poor patrick's just sitting there looking like the sad guy on the carousel heartbroken. All over again. We get the ghost of christmas present. Which is an ex boyfriend that she works with and we see that the way that she's acting nowadays is ruining everyone's christmas. We see that andrew was on the phone for most of the night after the proposal and she thought that he was talking to her and was excited but turn that he was just on the phone with his earpiece And so she goes and she sees finally sees. How sad patrick was like. Oh my i was on a date with the trick So she goes to try to make patrick. He's not having he's like get out of here. And so we see the ghost of christmas future. It's santa sh. She date santa ana. We see her mom being sad because she has no daughter any We see our best friend not missing her and then we see her in the hospital and she flat lines die alone. No one cares. We see the ghosts is actually andrew. And he's like hey. I'm going to be an ax to. Because we get a divorce so she stamps back to reality opd. It goes rabid and it's christmas and she starts being nice. She tells her employs gal bill. Your family finally helping out a friend like she promised breaks up with andrew. She's finally able to say goodbye to kaitlin cinder off be an angel and she goes and finds patrick shooting hoops by himself on christmas night. Outside of the hospital. She apologizes for leaving And like. I couldn't believe i left you and it was. I can't believe that you're gonna propose. And he's hatching. You're gonna propose and she's like don't worry about that piece of information. I love you. They start a cast. They spend christmas with family and that my friends wise the christmas.

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"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. We're hearing today from senators involved in this weekend's impeachment vote that ended in an acquittal for a second time former President Trump Louisiana Republican Bill Cassidy among seven Republicans who voted to convict Trump, it was clear that he wished that lawmakers be intimidated on ABC This week, Cassidy brushed aside a censure from his state's Republican Party over his boat was elected. Uphold an oath to support and defend the constitution. Cassidy is also among a bipartisan chorus calling for a 9 11 style commission to investigate the events of January. 6th Marco Malard ABC News You may have voted to acquit. But after the vote, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell did not say the president was innocent in connection with January 6 President Trump's actions Preceded the riot. Or a disgraceful Disgraceful. Their election. Duty ABC news chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl on Trump's continued influence over the GOP. We heard us in a statement after the trial that he wants to clearly come out and reassert His control over the party. But I think that's where the battle lines are now. Is it the direction that Mitch McConnell suggested? Or is this really the party of Donald Trump continued drops and US coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths. The totals are still well above the surges of last spring and summer. Dr. Anthony Fauci and ABC is this week, saying schools can reopen safely under new CDC guidelines, which Don't require vaccinating every teacher. I think it could be done. I mean, obviously it's not a perfect situation, but it's really important to get the Children back to school in the safe his way as possible safe for the Children. But also say for the teachers and the other educated more than 50 million doses of covert vaccine of it administered nationwide. American and Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed what could be the oldest known beer factory at one of the most prominent archaeological sites in ancient Egypt. You're listening to ABC News. Now..

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"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. So far, the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine development has been shown to be effective against every mutation of the Corona virus, but its efficacy did drop against the South African variant, which has now been discovered in cases in Maryland and South Carolina. ABC is Trevor Altar with an update on the race to vaccinate as many people as possible. On average. Right now, the U. S. Is vaccinating 1.2 million Americans a day. FEMA's helping to provide a billion dollars and support the vaccination sites. But so far, only seven states have vaccinated more than 10% of their populations, And a lot of locations are desperate to find the necessary staffing. The CDC now projects next month the U. S will eclipse half a million lives lost to covert 19. And in Los Angeles County health officials calling the level of covered 19 deaths among Latinos frightening off 1000% since November President Biden indicating he supports passing the $1.9 trillion covert relief bill through Congress, with or without Republican support. Just weeks after the deadly attack at the U. S. Capitol, a new deadly alert from Law enforcement morning that extremists may be planning violence across the country in the coming days. Meanwhile, a continuing search for a pipe bomb suspect tied to the insurrection to Washington and ABC is Faith based FBI says their investigation has revealed the bombs were placed outside the RNC and DNC headquarters the night before the deadly siege. Those bombs, thankfully did not go off. But ABC News has obtained a new videos showing us the moments before the Explosive devices were planted. The footage shows the suspect in an alley just one block from the U. S. Capitol honors for a fallen hero. Congressional leaders announcing the Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick, who died after being injured during the siege on the capital earlier this month, will lie in honor in the capital's rotunda next week. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, praising officer sick Nick for his heroism and for his sacrifice. You're listening to ABC News..

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"abc" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"abc" Discussed on KOMO

"7 Online at Comeau News. This is KOMO. Some ABC News sample. I'm Brian Clark. Former President Donald Trump left. The White House is the on Lee president to ever be impeached twice. He's facing a second trial in the Senate next month for incitement of insurrection as he attempted to overturn his election loss, Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell of California tells ABC the January 6 rally. Well, that's the day the Supporters were invited, inflamed incited. It was not a heat of passion crime that this was a big lie that had been propagated for months by the president. This was not a slip of the tongue. He knew exactly what he was doing and the outcome was deadly. ABC is Rachel Scott in Washington says there are new details about another alleged attempt by the president to overturn the outcome. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer outraged over this New York Times report detail Ng, another alleged attempt to overturn the election. Trump's alleged plot to remove the acting attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, and replace him with the Trump Willis, who, according to the Times could try to help toss out votes in Georgia. Schumer, calling it unconscionable, demanding the Justice Department inspector general launch an investigation that DOJ official told ABC The New York Times report contains inaccuracies. The new president Joe Biden told the U. S conference of Mayors Saturday, please Reach out to me reach out to common reach out to the administration. Our team any time any day. I mean at any time any day. We're your partners is virtual address centered mostly on fighting the Corona virus pandemic. ABC is Trevor Ault has more on that fight. It has been a grueling stretch..

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"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The Corona virus pandemic was the day one issue for President Joe Biden. Let me be very clear. Things they're going to continue to get worse before they get better. President signed several executive orders regarding the pandemic. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce has more. The president is promising 100 million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days and bristled when a reporter asked if you should be aiming higher than our hired. Obviously where the U S is right now, when I announced that you all said, it's not possible. Come on. Give me a break man, Dr Anthony Fauci later calling the president's gold reasonable with the aim now Try to get most Americans vaccinated by the middle of the year. Focus of the White House today is on the pandemic ravaged economy, says ABC is Karen Travers. Fighting today will sign an executive order to boost food assistance for tens of millions of Americans. The Biden administration is looking to expand by 15% food assistance for school Children, missing meals do to school closures, increase emergency snap benefits to the lowest income households and revise the amount of benefits provided by the program to better cover the cost of a healthy diet. Another executive order will begin the process of mandating of $15 an hour minimum wage for government contractors. Today, the Senate Finance Committee will vote on the nomination of Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen. During her hearing earlier this week, she explained what she wants to do in the position economics is sometimes considered a dry subject. But I've always tried to approach my science the same way My father approached Hiss as it means to help people. Also today, retired general Lloyd Austin could be confirmed as Secretary of Defense. The Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, is proposed delaying the start of former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial until February Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's offices. That request is under review. You're listening to ABC news Time now is 5 10, and it's time to check in.

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