35 Burst results for "A. Bush"
The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann
"I was talking about how national reviews at the Kyle rittenhouse story wrong. They also got Nick Sandman wrong. Oh yeah. For their top editors, we're sniping at and denouncing Nicklaus salmon within minutes based on a few garbled minutes of CNN footage, which we're as propaganda. I again was one of the few people speaking out within minutes of in defending Nick salmon's right to constitutional free speech at a political rally, which is what the march for life was. Turns out he didn't even speak. He didn't even do anything. He just stood there. Standing while white, while pro life. But David French again was attacking Kyle rittenhouse as basically irresponsible and reckless, you know, young man with a gun had no place being there. And it struck me. David French was fine with 17 year old Americans handling rifles as long as they were in Iraq. As long as they were protecting a foreign country in a misguided war based on lies and propaganda that George W. Bush sold us. David French was all up for that. In fact, even when served as a military attorney in the green zone of Baghdad, which, of course, was safer for an American than living in Baltimore or any other blue city. But David French got his veterans credentials for political purposes by serving as an attorney in the safe little enclave of the green zone. But actual soldiers were taking actual risk with their lives in that war for no reason. Son of mosaic had nothing to do with 9 11. There were no weapons of mass distraction. Antifa has done far more to harm America than Saddam Hussein ever
Biden says pardoned turkeys will get ‘boosted,’ not ‘basted’
"President Biden pardon two thanksgiving turkeys last year the pardoned turkeys were named corn and calm this year Tina potter and jelly I have to admit to my wife died like three minutes that's what I like for lunch these turkeys are from Indiana the president says they were selected based on their temperaments appearance and I suspect vaccination status needed broader in jelly will be going back to Indiana to a place far away from the dinner table yes is set to get even based on these two truckers a get a boost to president to pardon Turkey since Abraham Lincoln but George H. W. bush made it a tradition starting in nineteen eighty nine at Donahue Washington
Rep. Cori Bush Tells Oil Execs They Are Promoting 'White Supremacy'
"That Cori Bush. I don't say this often of a member of Congress she's a crackpot. The woman is a hysterical crackpot. The woman needs moral and psychological therapy. Listen to this. In large part to those testifying today and the corporations they represent. So I will just have 11 more 90° days per year than when I was born. Mister Lawler on the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs, black or white. You know, I don't, I don't have the. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let's begin with this. So she who is she who interrogating her, do you know? It doesn't really matter. In fact, it doesn't matter at all. Are the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs white or black? Let's say they were black. What difference would it make? We have descended into nonsense my dear Friends. Nonsense. Okay, continue. Congressional hearing of energy company executives. You know, I don't have the exact numbers, but I would assume they're white. Yes. Miss Watkins is an all refinery more likely to be situated in a black community or white community. I'm not sure how to answer that, honestly. We've got oil refineries along the U.S. Gulf Coast and we're very proud to be community members there. Is black. Mister work are the impacts of climate change. Wait, so what they put oil refineries, they go ways of block community. Let's put an oil refinery. Is that what she claims? See, that's what people should be able to ask is the gist of your question that we look to black communities to place oil refineries?
'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits
"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant
Tucker Carlson's 'Patriot Purge' Documentary Draws Ire
"Tucker Carlson has the highest rated cable news to show in the country. And he is enormously successful. And he has a documentary that as you just heard is has compiled interviews with different participants, journalists, opinion makers, actual clips from Joe Biden, George W. Bush. I mean, this is what documentary filmmakers do. I don't hear anybody getting all hysterical over the documentary four hours at the capitol. That had a point of view that showed the siege of the capitol from a particular vantage point. For example, the filmmakers of that documentary that's occurring currently airing on HBO Max, it doesn't even show it shows Trump speaking at the capitol that day, and they edited out his remark that I know you'll be peacefully protest. Remember what he said that they never include? I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. They never include that, and they didn't do that at four hours of the capital. You know why? Because that doesn't
Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate
"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any
The Left Clearly Hates America
"The left we understand. We understand there goes. They hate America. They don't necessarily want to destroy it. They want to create it recreated in their own image. Which will mean destroying the America that we know and cherish. That's clear. That's understood from opening the borders. To creating a military that is woke and laughed at by our enemies. To creating school boards that are guided by their design to indoctrinate our children, politically, and to cutting out the role and the say of parents in the raising of their children and their education. We understand that. It's as clear. In Americans who aren't political, are rising to the task of recognizing that threats. But what about our side? What about those that are putative conservatives, conservatives, nominally? But not in actuality. They could be even more of a threat to us. You've heard it all before the criticisms of president Trump who was a very unusual quote unquote Republican. He's so crude. Remember the Billy Bush tape? What about stormy Daniels and all the others? Oh, and don't forget his tweets. People are still talking about president Trump's tweets, even though he doesn't even have a Twitter account. You've heard all of these criticisms and many, many others. The never ending loop of Trump criticism a critique, which seems inconsequential when compared to what he actually did in office for four years. The record of his policy accomplishments from crushing the physical caliphate of the jihadi group ISIS, the most successful modern jihadi group that he had even eclipsed Al-Qaeda to creating a pre Wuhan flu a pre COVID economy, the likes of which America and the world had never seen.
Political Commentator Paris Dennard on the Virginia Governor's Race
"What an amazing opportunity. We have in Virginia and I want to visit with Paris denard who is an incredible voice for the not only for conservatism, but definitely for the Republican Party. He is currently the national spokesperson and director of black media affairs for the Republican National Committee. He worked in The White House, under president George W. Bush, and he was an official media surrogate for the victorious Donald J Trump for president campaign. Paris, it's great having you on the program. Thanks so much for taking time out of what I know is a very busy day for you. How are you sure? Hey, Mike, it's good to be with you. It is a busy day, but I'm excited about being on your show today. Well, I'm excited to chat with you because I appreciate your work so much. And you're one of those folks that I pay attention to very closely to listen to in terms of where the tea leaves are. Give me your feelings about Virginia before we kind of dive into some of the projects you're working on because a whole lot of us are holding our breaths and praying for Glenn young. Well, look, Virginia is in a good shape because we are excited about the momentum that we see coming from the Republicans in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Look, I happen to live in Virginia. I voted for blond young, and I'm inspired by glennon and I think he is the type of leader that the Commonwealth needs. But he's part of a big ticket and there's a lot of great candidates running at all levels of government therapy junior who are worthy of the support as well. But what we see today is a very tight race race that shouldn't be this type because you have someone who quite frankly, the people know. They know Terry McCullough. He was governor before. They know his policies, but you know what? They're rejecting Terry mcauliffe because he's far outside of the mainstream. His policies are not supported by the people of Virginia. That's why you see such a close race because they look at his positions. On parents, they reject the notion that parents should not have a role in their children's education. Are you kidding
No. 2 Cincinnati stays unbeaten with 27-20 win over Navy
"Our current bush picked off a pass with twenty five seconds remaining to secure second rank Cincinnati's twenty seven twenty victory at navy the Bearcats appeared in control until the mid Shipman scored a touchdown and recovered the onside kick with forty eight seconds remaining bush made sure Cincinnati improved to seven or no overall doesn't Ritter threw for one hundred seventy six yards and two touchdowns or pointed it's nice there's maybe so we know that they're gonna fight all four quarters you know if the days are gonna be able to the clock hit zero you know that's what we learned today we can't say nothing for granted can take anything for granted Jerome Ford's forty four yard TD run maybe twenty to ten in the third quarter as the Bearcats scored on four straight possessions Cincinnati was coming off consecutive fifty point performances I'm Dave Ferrie
Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America
"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just
The Media Wants You to Believe Five People Died on January 6th
"8 one one What's particularly obnoxious about linz chaney and what she's doing Is when her father came under vicious attack Claims were made that he had been lying about weapons of mass production in Iraq and that he just wanted to go to war in Iraq things of this sort You recall Well I didn't believe those were true did you I didn't believe those were true and most of us of course defended him But what I'm saying here is Should there been a special committee set up by the Democrats with her father being subpoenaed With George W. Bush being subpoenaed The column power being subpoenaed And others And their staffers They talk about 5 people who died on January 6th 5 people didn't die on January 6th One person was killed on January 6th and that was a young woman who was a veteran In a Trump supporter she was shot for no apparent reason And of course the individual who shot her has been celebrated as so brave and so forth he shot her dead and cold blood Now others would pass away from various maladies having nothing to do with any direct nexus to what took place that day But the media want you to believe otherwise
Fox News' Dana Perino Remembers Colin Powell
"Dana perino, of course, served under George W Bush, new Colin Powell, shed the following on Fox News. But yes, I've long admired him. I remember all edge during the Gulf War. What this man is very impressive. And then the fact that I actually got to meet him and work with him, work under him, really, as the Secretary of State, it is just remarkable as ainsley as you were reading the statement and talking about his life in the previous segment in the previous interview. You realize that this man was such a man of consequence. And a consummate public servant, serving all of those years. And I was surprised to read. He was 84. Because in many ways, to me, he was ageless. In addition to all of the amazing work that he did as a military leader, one thing that people might not remember is he started an organization called America's promise. And that really encouraged civic engagement and volunteer work. And there was a little red wagon logo, and I'm a good friend as a race sale who had worked for president George H. W. Bush, then worked in his office and correspondence. And she would tell me such amazing stories about him. And then fast forward. I remember as a deputy press secretary standing in the back of the room, the east room one day and there was a, I believe it was Karzai, who achman Karzai from Afghanistan was giving a speech. And I was standing in the back of the room and Colin Powell just happened to be next to me. And I remember being very impressed by augment caramelized speech. And I said something to Colin Powell I said, wow. He is a very impressive. And Colin Powell gave me advice that I've lived with ever since, and he said, Dana, just beware of people who might be want to be dictators who speak very good English. And that was so interesting. But if you think about all the leaders that we've seen, come up through the ranks that America likes to support and then unfortunately turns out to be somebody that you question in the end. I would also say that he was a great stature. The way that he conducted himself, I really commend his books to people out there, young people who are looking to learn about leadership. He really was a consummate professional. Dana perino, who served in the Bush administration, reflected on the passing of general Colin
Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19
"The first black man to serve as both the nation's chief military officer and top diplomat has died his family says Colin Powell has passed away at eighty four of covert nineteen complications noting he'd been fully vaccinated the world lost one of the greatest leaders that we have ever witnessed defense secretary Lloyd Austin called Powell a mentor Powell served as joint chiefs chairman under both Republican and democratic presidents earning a stellar reputation which was later tarnished as secretary of state he made the bush administration's case for war against Iraq in two thousand three the gravity of this moment is
Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19
"Retired general Colin Powell has died from cold with nineteen complications Powell was the first African American to serve as joint chiefs chairman under George H. W. bush and secretary of state under George W. bush who calls Powell highly respected at home and abroad his reputation though was stained in two thousand three when he went before the U. N. security council to make the U. S. case for war against Iraq citing faulty information that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Powell's family says he was fully vaccinated against Kobe nineteen before dying of complications at age eighty four Sager
Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim
"I have a story here from epoch times which is a great newspaper that if i had to use one story to summarize the times in which we live i might use this one. Us district judge named paul moloney appointed by the way by george w. bush which doesn't mean anything but is of interest ready. Federal judge rules against natural immunity clean challenging cova nineteen vaccine mandate federal judge on october. Eighth denied a request to blocked michigan state. University's covert nineteen vaccine mandate on the basis of natural immunity employee at the school. Gena norris filed a lawsuit against the mandate and asked the judge to intervene on the basis that she had already contracted covert nineteen and recovered. She presented to antibody tests showing her previous infection and her doctors told her that she didn't need to get the vaccine at this time. Despite her natural immunity norris faces termination from the university for not complying with the schools. Mandate that all students and staff get the shop unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Why isn't that a medical exemption. Us district judge. Paul moloney an appointee of former president. George w bush declined her lawsuit the mandate maloney said did not violate her fundamental rights and pointed to one thousand nine hundred zero five supreme court ruling. That's what they all point to the jacobson ruling. This court must apply the law from the supreme court. Jacobson essentially applied rational basis review and found that the vaccine mandate was rational in protecting the public health and public safety
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe Still Hung on 2000 Election
"I just played for you the discussion on critical race theory He doesn't even know what it is He knows the teacher should have no say in the school system Excuse me He knows that parents parents should have no say in the school system that teachers and their unions and the educational bureaucrats and the superintendents should control everything meaning the left Doesn't matter what your kids are taught about sex and perversion and immorality It doesn't matter what your kids are talking about race And racism and that they get sucked into that whole mindset That's where Terry mcauliffe is But it's even worse than that This reporter was really quite good on Fox 43 last night which is the a local station And again in this round table discussion you see turn a caller said that the election of George Bush was illegitimate The bush was actually beaten by Al Gore That's what he said And yet when it comes to Trump of course Trump is crazy for raising any questions about this last election right Take a listen to this Go ahead But in 2004 you said this about the election where president Bush beat Al Gore Let's go back to Florida We actually won the last presidential election folks They stole my president's election Okay so first I want to talk about this Was president George Bush legitimately elected Well we went through a very contentious 2000 if you remember And I remind you it went all the way to the United States Supreme Court And it took them through the second week of December they actually make a decision and the Supreme Court for the first time in the history of our country stopped the counting of ballots in
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday
"Terry mcauliffe beat himself up last night in a one on to interview in the so-called virginia roundtable and he just punched himself out. If it was a fight they would have stopped it. They said terry wanna leave now. Because you're so bad. Glenn young already winning glenn. Young gonna win you. You're desperate and you're terrible. I wanna go in reverse order of his nightmare comments last night and for the rest of the country. Terry mcauliffe is indeed the same terry mcauliffe. You've heard about for forty years. He's the jack the lad. Virginia politics is just a sort of buffoonish character. Arrogant smug everything. You don't want an elected official in old and around forever in reverse order of bad answers. Let's start with his lease bat. Answer where he tries to avoid the fact he called for overturning. The election of two thousand and and threw dirt on two thousand and four cut number fifteen in two thousand four. You said this about the election. Where president bush beat al gore. Let's go back to florida president. Jose okay so i i want to talk about. This was president. George bush legitimately elected but we went to a very contentious. Two thousand if you remember and remind you. It went all the way to the united supreme court and it took them through the second week of december to actually make a decision and the supreme court for the first time the history of our country. Stop the counting of ballots in florida in overturned the local virginia or the florida supreme court. So he got sworn once you're sworn we gotta move on but do not forget. That was very important. That the supreme court of florida stopped. The counting. a balanced wasn't the case in twenty twenty. Well you came out with a new ad this week challenging mr young kuenz prioritizing election integrity. You said glen again casting doubt on election result and putting trump's conspiracy theories i. This behavior is dangerous. And it's disqualifying so my question to you is. What is the difference between what you've said and when you're accusing him of well i'll say it again. That case in two thousand went to the united states supreme court.
Liz Harrington Explains the Significance of Trump Winning the 2016 Election
"And way back with liz harrington okay. Let's wind the clock back. liz. I think some of the obstacle to the gop establishment. Doing the right thing is that to this very day. They don't understand what really happened in. Two thousand sixteen My friend my former colleague. General flynn coordinate peaceful revolution. What is your understanding of. Why for the first time in american history. We elected a president. Who wasn't a retired. General wasn't a politician. Because that that's a very you know that sixty four million people saying stop. We're not doing what we've done for two centuries plus what how do you explain what what is the significance of two thousand sixteen. Oh it's it's huge. It was the common man taking back their agency and having a choice that wasn't accepted by either party right but the establishment which it business as usual. What's destroying our country and now attitude of. Oh we'll just the way we've been doing it well. And what happened in two thousand sixteen because it was supposed to be bush versus clinton right it was gonna be. Oh this is the fight that the media wants. This is the fight that the party bosses want the people the one big problem that people didn't want it they want bush. They had they didn't want another bush an exclamation point neighbor. Now it's time to clap guys. W president trump did he defied this system. The status quo. And why the people were ready for it is because they said finally someone is talking straight with me
"a. bush" Discussed on Plant Of The Week
"Of the week is is one that i. I hope everybody can at least consider or look to see where they can find one to watch and look at butterfly bushes. The name is bud. Lear by technical name it is a plant that we have spoken to various people on air. Why didn't my this plant come back and so on and so forth and i have in the past mentioned several times that people usually dig them. Throw them away before they are dead. They are slow to come back in the spring. So it's a plant that At least it used to be one you cut down to. I don't know as little as six inches tall in the early early spring. And then just wait on it now. There are new cultivars that instead of the big old straggling eight-footers they're down at two and three foot wide and tall and so on the geneticists and the hybridize irs have had a ball with this particular grunt plants. And right now if you're seeing something even even when you're driving we'll call legal speeds In the in the city now on the highway but legal speeds. You're going to be able to see them from Well street to curb to side. Walk up to the front of the house right now or wherever. They're just absolutely beautiful and they've come up with a shortened and balanced plants. They are less tender. As far as winners concerned. You no longer have to cut some of the various different series that have been developed. You don't have to cut them down in the spring like the old days and colors galore almost a so darker read that it's almost black on through later reds and pinks and purples and White and so on just a wonderful plant that started to bloom mid-july roughly and he will bloom clear until that first frost. Now as i remember in the old days. I guess you could say that would be a plant. That would die back to the ground. But they don't do some through that so much anymore so much. Now you will depend on. I'll call it. The series dakota of the plants that have been developed. Some will die down a little harder than others but those that have been what i will simply call manipulated. Genetically are bred for flowering. They're bred for for less you say dispatch distribution of the flowers and so on also then the hardiness now. The plant is still going to Well crash after the first freeze in the fall but by and large you just don't have to cut them back as far you won't that until spring and then you use your fingernail and start at the tip and work your way down to you find green cutback to there. But you don't have to go clear to the ground likely used to now remember a last week. Somebody called in and said is now a good time to transplant one. And you said yes. It's fine to do it now. You can also wait and do it in the spring if you wanted to be a little safer. What about a butterfly. Bush which do it now or spring. If it's in a container and looking good now it'll it'll show some somewhere but if it's looking good Still has a very very significant complement of leaves. Hopefully in good flour I see no reason not to take that home planet. And i'm going to say more or less immediately. I mean between now and foot game starts at noon. I'm talking within the next two weeks. 'cause i'd like to plant that even though it's a healthy planet like to get into ground while the soil is still warm. Yeah so let's just say between now and the twentieth. I i would get ground or would then wait until spring And and so on and also some people will take advantage of garden center sales. And they'll buy them in the fall and without being to careless. Bill put them in a bundle of plant so to speak bricks and peat moss or straw over the top of them and and carry them through the winter. Much like the greenhouses will and then plant them again in the spring. But i i would say between now and the twentieth into the ground and pray over a little bit or wait until spring..
"a. bush" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
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"a. bush" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"It's mojo in the morning spike. You got a phone scam coming up here in just a little bit. I wanted to get into something with you. They spray painted the bushes on my gosh. This is so funny. And i'm going to tell the story and hope that listeners might call in and tell us about your cheat your shortcut at work that you do because this is the perfect example of doing the bare minimum the easiest job possible so i've noticed a bunch of bush's by my apartment got brown and died at the beginning of summer when i got really hot and i've been hoping they'd replace them because you know well. Geez now we've had so much rain. Everything's beautiful and green accept. These bushes was so excited. When i came home at the end of last week and i saw new landscaping go. My gosh. they finally replace these bushes so nice because they looked so ugly. But yesterday i pull in. And as i'm pulling into my apartment complex i see the guy at the entrance of the complex who works there spraying the shrubs by the entrance. And i'm like oh what's he sprang is bug spray. And then i realized no. He's spray painting the shrubs green with a can of green paint. He's actually painting the bushes. And i'm like what what away. I'm like wait a minute. So i go when i get the my apartment. I look at the bushes by my door and sure enough. They weren't replaced. They were painted. That's i've never even thought of that but that's genius. I don't know how long it lasts. I laughed so hard. I was like that do that for lawns. I knew you for hair. I know guys paint their hair black to fill in their balls. Cami paint their bulbs but wait that there are people that spray paint their lawn. Yeah well we all know. I don't want to call him out. Because i don't know if we want. He wants people to know. He's a great advertiser of the mojo in the morning show and he does it for all of his businesses on spray painted. This doesn't seem z. It didn't seem like it would be healthy but if you have kids running alone yeah. This was genius was like i. I was laughing hysterically. Like i thought they were brand new bush's i shouldn't i want to go back to the the lawn. Yeah why is he spray. Painted his line it does he just do as his keep does it. When while the grass is still brown like in the early spring and then like before the crash actually comes in and his green really doesn't realize isn't it. I talk to him. I just know he. I was there one day when they were doing it. Like what are they doing out there. And he said there spray painting the grass where the trees need to be replaced. Obviously right right there. There's something wrong with them right the lawn. If you're doing that you're gonna have to replace the lawn right. Isn't that bad for the lawn. i would think so..
"a. bush" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"Because i know you gotta run. You had taken some heat earlier for saying that as a member of congress we you know we all vote alone. People took that to me. Well why not. Some strategic block voting. What's your attitude toward. Strategic block voting at this point that the thing people heard what they wanted to hear. They already had a particular thing that they felt about us in so they only heard what they wanted to hear with that. They totally misunderstood what i said. The point is we can block vote. Yes but at the end of the day even with even with a block. Vote my name when you pull up. Corey bush. the record is mine. If you pull up speaker pelosi that record is hers. You pull up someone else. That record is there's that is the point that no matter how you vote my community. They don't care about what the next person voted by. The district voted. You in cares about how you voted and so whether it be vote is a block or whether we vote separately and and so yes we can and we have. We have done that and the people that are have listened to this and don't understand that is baffling to me. Because you want in your district the things that are specific to your district you want your representatives to care about those things but the district. Another district may matt have those issues as number one number two. So that is the point in some districts. The issue there may be water. Maybe the issue may be the number one issue in that community but in another district it could be gun violence another inch another district. It's wildfires another so we have to understand that. So do we. Do we say my community. I'm not going to. I don't care about the wildfires happening in my community. Because i wanna vote like everybody else you know but but your district is like but we needed this thing. You didn't speak up for us. So that is that is the point of that at the end of the day. My record does not show. It doesn't say corey. Bush and then alexandro cossio corte's her boats are mixed in there. This is okay. Because alexandra kaci cortez proceeded to leave in a yonkers leone omar. Jamal bowman are voted this way. No so that is the client congress bush. Thank you so much for joining me thank you. That was congressman cory bush and that's our show deconstructed as a production of first look media and the intercept our producer. Zach young laura. Flynn is our supervising producer. Our theme music was composed by bart. Warshaw betsy reid intercepts editor in chief. And i'm ryan grim dc bureau chief of the intercept. If
"a. bush" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"Me think about this dolly parton song that that talks about poverty in in one of the most profound ways that i've ever heard and basically what she gets at it and song is that you know in this in this country you know. Poverty and economic struggle are things that we are proud to have overcome. We are proud if our parents overcome it in the moment when we're in it were deeply ashamed of it. There's there's a classism in our in our country that that we internalize when we're going through it and you know you're so close to it's still you and i talked a bunch during the campaign. You're struggling right up until the election night. It's on wondering how that classism that everybody who struggles in this country deals with has affected you because you've leaned into your story. It's your story. That's made you such an effective advocate yet. At the same time you know telling that story forces you to relive live it and forces you to go through that. The shame that our society puts on that puts on that poverty. So how what's it been like for you to grapple with that. It's really difficult because people you can just feel the judgment. You know where people are asking questions to thing where they can find your error. The because it's your fault that you ended up in those positions. Every time i talk about it like when rep gomez was talking about it being my. My story is because the tears came from feeling. Like i fill in those moments when i was in housed..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Thousand seven hundred excess cases of covert nineteen and ten thousand seven hundred additional deaths in the united states between march and september of last year. Obviously right so That data's important in informing the decisions that the executive branch makes and they decided against extending the moratorium initially but then after the backlash from corey bush progressives. They decided okay. Fine sure we'll extend it for sixty days. We'll be a little more targeted. Even though the extension would impact ninety percent of americans. And so there you have it. I mean they. They can't use reasoning regarding. Cove it when it comes to deportations and rejecting asylum-seekers and then reject that same reasoning when it comes to the eviction moratorium on conviction moratorium as we proved amply earlier on. It's it's about the money it's about the campaign donations Absolutely right on their border issues. More complicated. I think it's more because they're worried about conservative reaction. Yes right and so on that obama's completely misguided now pulling is going straight down right. It's been going down for weeks. Come harrison now underwater. She's under fifty percent dropping and biden thinks. Oh it's because of the conserva tangas about the border. No you schmuck is because in the beginning. You were super popular y. What was the first thing you did. Covert relief package. Where do it gave direct aid to average americans hence you were popular. It's not complicated. It's really not complicated now ever since then. You've been stalling and filibustering in parliamentarian inning. To make up a word at all excuses. Oh i had to do with real estate guys wanted. What could i do is i could do i had to do. What ted cruz wanted. Mitch mcconnell one and donald trump wanted and now. Your numbers are tanking. You can't figure that out so my guess is they're going to begin to figure it out. Once biden is worried about his own self preservation. And then maybe he might be a little bit more motivated. Pass just a couple more bills enough to try to win without actually doing too much for the average american. We'll see we gotta take a break when we come back we'll talk about lindsay. Graham getting infected with cova.
"a. bush" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Happens. Is they see the murder weapon right and they see that there is a gun there. The guy has a bullet in them and they see the guy the other guy is holding the gun but their editors tell them it would be biased to report the gun that's right because the and what's their justification for that. Well they say you leading the your readers or your viewers assumed that the guy with the gun shot the guy with the with a bullet hole in his body and you should not be should have people assume that that's why don't mation the gun. No no no no you got. You have to say gone. Is there otherwise. You're not doing journalism. So obviously you can see where this analogy goes the m- the gun in politics is money and so when you have realtors i mean and it's not just a group that anna about there's more i actually want to share the blackstone data. Okay we're gonna give you the more data as davis shorter points out of the daily post all of these groups pouring in millions of millions of dollars into the democratic party. And then you see. The democrats led by nancy. Pelosi say while there was nothing we could do. We had month to do something but on the last two days we said. Hey buying you wanna do something. And i said oh. I don't want to do anything. Oh my god. Golly gee i guess there's nothing we do. We're going to go on a seven week vacation. Then after we press press press young pursued poster etc then finally the mainstream media goes all right the on the fifth day of coverage twenty house. Democrats said they would not vote to extend the more term. That's what we said. Well it was obvious from day one. The corporate democrats are gonna go for. And that's why. Nancy pelosi adjourned is. She wanted to actually fight on this. You would have held the vote. These things are obvious but they're not allowed to talk about the murder weapon. They're not about talking about the money. They're not allowed to question why. Nancy pelosi took a seven week break and chose not to join anything for. They're not allowed to question the binding administration when they say. Oh we've done everything we can. There's absolutely nothing we can do. And they think journalists have principles are. Don't question the government they don't frame it that way but that is exactly what they do and they speak in code words with. That's a credible source someone challenging the government is not a credible source. And that's how media got polluted. Now look at all these facts. So before i get to blackstone which we've done a lot of coverage of Recently i i want to focus on. Just how much is at stake for people. Like george marcus. Because he's throwing around tens of millions of dollars on the democratic party so he's trying to protect something right. And here's what it is as of last year essex property trust which of course he's involved in had an ownership interest in sixty thousand two hundred seventy two apartment units in california and washington state over the last two election cycles essex property trust donated twenty three point five million dollars to committees that opposed ballot initiatives. That would've allowed rent control measures in california so we talked about our democratic system and the importance of democracy in any given country including our own. Understand that all of that is completely undermined by the tens of millions of dollars. Goons like george. Marcus can give members of congress or two presidential candidates to essentially drown out. The will of the american people now going to blackstone blackstone group During the two thousand twenty election cycle how executives from their group loxton. Donate two point. Three million dollars to senate majority pack a quarter million dollars to house majority pack and three hundred fifty thousand dollars to unite the country. A pro biden super pac in june loxton announced that it was buying home partners of america. A single family home rental business that owns more than seventeen thousand homes remember. Blackstone is the private equity firm that we've talked about because they're literally snatching up family residents Not even flip them but to turn homes that typically middle class americans are able to buy and build wealth and there's just turning them into rental so they can become You know they can monopolize the rental market. And essentially become the top slum lords in the country and guys george marcus might have had massive issues with donald. Trump will be worried about the country. And that's why he poured millions into joe biden's campaign. If it was just that i would tell you that and say well. You don't know it's we'll give you the facts and then but we're not gonna tell you. He shot the other in that analogy that we were using earlier. I don't mean to use a violent analogy but So he could have good intent as well right but when he gives another million dollars when there's no election anywhere a coming up on june right before he knows there are about to vote on the most important real estate issue. That's where you go. Oh maybe it's not just because he's a good person who agrees with the democrats on social issues is possibly he's got an economic interests here worth tons and tons of money and then when blackstone comes in and they know moral champions at blackstone. It doesn't mean that. Every person who worked at blackstone person of course not right but ken blackstone as an entity do things for charity no they must maximize profit right. There obviously giving money the democratic party for a specific purpose and in this case it appears to be real estate interest that they have shine amounts of money tied into if you're a reporter. We're not telling you to say that person in that again. Questionable analogy story that muslims. But it's an obvious way of thinking about it. The personality shot person. Be but you must report that. There was a gun so in this case you must at least report that it is possible. That whether it's marcus mill chop blackstone or the other real estate interests poured in tons of money into the democratic party and that might have been a factor in the democratic party deciding until today. Maybe we don't need extended fiction moratorium and by the way if they're real opinion is hey no we don't want extended well then make that case instead of coming out and saying oh well we'd love we'd love to extend it by. Golly gee was nothing we could do and if you watch the how many times did i tell you that. The democrats number one goto excuses. There's nothing we can do. And in this case until corey forced action. What was the top thing too. Nancy pelosi joe biden. Say oh there's nothing we can do..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Need to know when it comes to the influencing factors behind the scenes so while democrats claim that they've been fighting relentlessly to extend the eviction moratorium. the fact of the matter is behind the scenes. There's been quite a bit of money pouring into their campaigns in regard to Real estate interests and how they certainly did not want an extension of the moratorium The the eviction moratorium now this report by the daily poster looks into some pretty wealthy people related or involved in the real estate industry. Here's what they found. George marcus for instance. He's the chairman of both the massive real estate brokerage marcus and mila camp and the real estate investment trust essex property trust and. They donated one million dollars on june i. I think that dates very relevant june first to house majority pack a super pac that works to elect democratic lawmakers. The donation amounted to nearly seven percent of the total funding. The committee has raised so far this year so huge portion of their funding so. I'm sure i'm sure that money comes with no strings attached. And i'm sure that that june first date of the campaign donations or campaign. Donations just legalize bribes to various Democratic organizations sure has nothing to do with the looming expiration on the eviction moratorium. Marcus also donated two hundred sixty three thousand four hundred dollars june to a joint fundraising committee benefiting pelosi's campaign her leadership pack and the democratic congressional campaign committee and of course he donated quite a bit of money during the election cycle as well in fact during Twenty twenty during that election cycle. Marcus donated a combined one million dollars to the triple c. and the democratic senatorial campaign committee. He contributed three point. Five million dollars to senate majority pack and three million dollars to house majority pack and what about biden while he donated handsomely to joe biden as well. Marcus donated four million dollars to super pacs that supported biden including priorities. Usa two million dollars for them unite the country one million dollars for them and american bridge. Pack one million dollars for them. He also hosted a biden fundraiser. Back in two thousand nine hundred nine and donated half a million dollars to the biden victory fund. So this is a guy who's throwing around quite a bit of money who has a stake in the game in regard to The eviction moratorium. And i'm sure has no sway over the decisions that democrats made in allowing the moratorium to expire now biden in a story that broke just before we went on air has decided to extend the moratorium up to sixty days in targeted areas of the country. Where we're seeing spikes in corona virus But we'll see how this all plays out. It's important to understand what the real influencing factors are behind the scenes. Not about like all we just didn't it's the supreme court we're so afraid of the supreme.
"a. bush" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"We started off doing bay similar staff like okay. Awesome things going really well. Pj that streaker. Kate that in doing but there's always a few hiccups when you try to do that. 'cause fiji is still developing strategies fairly well developed a one scott contracts with grain caucasians in people can go to the local farmers market in talk to the farmers as there so we found that working Veggies wasn't really going to be out so we'll try to work at what unleash could do. We kept coming back to this idea of central business. Like how can we make the most impact in australia but still work with supplies and things. In that way we came across. The indigenous are bush food space which can kind of talk long so is a whole bunch issues around this. I guess But indigenous to strandings have leaked heedful Another land that you can get from. The trees from like recounts whatever. It is And nowadays everyone knows about macadamia nuts which is a bush. Food is whole bunch of other ones. But like i think it's five thousand bush feelings. We commercially have like five of them out. And within the bush industry nowadays i think non nine percent is run by non indigenous people and not even stylings so into raelians Representing the tiny little thing that to us is very much the coccia there we wanna bring voice back into the iron industry essentially And try to help them get back into it and support them where we can get them back into the market. So we are in australia is still early. Days served as much to be ideal vision any supplies right now but we have a classics to back. Gopher night used to referring bush foods. So i think for some of us that the bush unless you've i mean you've watched few australia movies. And so you know you're you heard the term before. But how would you describe bush foods. What does that mean to be bush to go. Bush basically surviving of the land. I suppose like eighteen native fleets cheever's in like ants and which league rob by even emu and kangaroo that's considered a bush fade said essentially anything that's found naturally in the shalon environment. That's edible would be kinda classified as which is among the trees at medicinal that reminding out through business tickets not ours but australians So yeah there's a whole heap of bush food. It's just what we call it. Well no i like it. I like it a lot. And i've been to australia self and so i've been like from sydney and melbourne and i've been up to the rainforest area you know and so if you look at a lot of people know australia it looks like on the map of haven't even been there but in the area that bush more towards the the north or what part of australia is the geographic region that you would be talking about it everywhere again because i just.
"a. bush" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"My goal is to extract the best advisement in the world's smartest and most interesting people might ask them questions my guess. Today's actress podcastone entrepreneur. Sophia bush may know sophia. As a co star of one tree hill alongside past five questions. Guest hillary burden but she's also started movies like john tucker must die an incredible to she's been a longtime environmentalist co founder of fashion kind. A sustainable luxury fashion company. We talk about both are acting in entrepreneurial career during this podcast episode. Welcome to five questions at the thanking me here even though you wanna play volleyball team to do theatre growing up. How did your experience on stage make you realize that you were meant to be an actress. I don't know if it was the immediate experience. But i think that the years that followed really slowly led me to realize that that's where my passion ignited. English was always my favorite subject. And yet i thought i was supposed to go to med school. And you know be be a good first generation I realized that. I wanted to try something else. And i'm very very thankful that my school called my that year. I didn't even think my career as possible. I only have been able to follow your passion and see this new side of yourself Even in childhood to be an actress. But you've gravitated towards fashion and entrepeneurship as well as the co founder of the luxury fashion company fashion kind. When did you originally connect with the co founder. And how do you both complement each other. Things actually two thousand seventeen and we know that because a friend of mine went to business school with her and just said listen. This woman wants to change fashion in its global impact for me. There's also the sort of lifelong admiration for the art of it. I have such respect for fashion and also the world fast fashion is really kind of destroying the planet. I have no idea how to be a person who needs to use it for my work but also wants to change it i just. I don't. I don't know what i'm supposed to do. I'm one person. How does this work. And i was introduced nina fair him and she said you know i'm starting. This company called fashion kind. The reality is that if you want to create change in markets you have to create change at the abrash lots. We started really getting crafty on what that could look like. And i've been working behind the scenes with her for two and a half years. We've been able to track transit. What people are buying and how they're shopping is changing through this year of working from home. And we're really really excited about just entering some new ideas data points into the conversation around how we consume and what be consumed. That feels like a really exciting conversation. You know play this small party. Yeah i love that. Especially because you're environmental activist in. He mentioned various stats. Like i'm a staff person myself. And i believe it. Data is a geek. Did you have that type of education going into this business. And what skills do you think you learned as an actor experienced. You had that you can bring into this company and then what you think from this company you can learn and apply to your career as an actress. I am always studying data. I love stats. I love percentages love information. I love to know what's happening. Globally has changing things are trending learning some of the stats in environmental work and also in human rights work. I thought okay. There have to be some story points. We can connect people because most people don't know this. Most people aren't being given this information. People are busy going to work providing for their families. I really believe that. One of the things i'm good at. We hear about the number of garment workers who were killed in a factory in bangladesh because it collapsed when we hear about people who've died in fires in the same working environments we have to remember their humanity. We have to know how our purchases which feel inconsequential might be affecting those people being carved. I'm a storyteller. I can come in and talk to my partner who is an incredible nba. Mind and say this is how we have to explain this story. I have the privilege of this platform. So i get the a megaphone for issues like this. I get to talk about human rights in terms of fashion in terms of environmental justice in terms of equity. And if i get to make those connections for people that that gives real purpose to my career. I am accents and i call myself a data storyteller. I assume that you can say the same about yourself is using data to tell the story because data gift. The story credibility people want to work for or by from brands that have the same values as now get to be environmental justice advocate. And how does fashion kind of these issues. Specifically the environment was really what kicked off all of my social activism. In the first place. I grew up in southern california. My entire life my best memories have revolved around being outside experiencing nature by no means. Do i believe i'm environmental justice expert. What a ham is a person who shows up to learn from environmental testing experts communities of color are disproportionately harmed by environmental injustice. Women and girls are disproportionately harmed by environmental injustice. These things are so important to us to you. Connect eliminate and so in figuring out how to have those conversations about housing justice about food access as justice. All of these things route back to the environment we think about fashion as a formality. We all wear clothes every single day. Clothing is as essential to human life as sleep and if we can begin to understand that what we wear effects people. We can begin to make more conscious choices. Not only is it about brands. That work sustainably in their environment. So that harvest materials sustainably or that die their materials sustainably. But it's about how do we sustain the human beings who are doing better so that they can continue to do so answer that they can continue to provide for their families. I do agree that people wanna know how things are made in grown doused between fashion and food. You're elevating messages and data. That would not get the airtime because they need because a lot of people who are the researchers usually don't have the big pot for people with big platforms dollah data. But i do. And i'm like cool just going to talk about it all the time to everyone who will listen to me and finally what is your best piece of career advice. You and i both whether we realized that are not as we were getting into. The early stages of our careers learns to be flexible. We stayed curious. We got creative and we kind of forged our roads by responding to what was happening in real time. Everybody out there is always like follow your passion. I'm like what does that even mean passions change but if you can follow what you're curious about if you pay attention to what you spend the most of your free time doing that might lead you into a portion of your career or into deepening of your career and also nobody wants to talk about these days because everybody just wants to seem like it just happened because that's like a cool thing to do on instagram or something that you have to work really really hard you have to be willing to start at the bottom. You have to be willing to bust your ass and learn you know you. Don't get to start at the top ever. i think it's having a real work ethic. I think it's being willing to respond to your curiosity as a clue requires flexibility. But will certainly you to more interesting places than you might have imagined. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom sophia to follow her journey can find her on instagram facebook and twitter we she shares her political and social views conversations family and company updates to watch the full extended video version of this episode go to youtube dot com slash dan shaw bell and please remember to rate and review the five questions. Podcast on itunes..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Dictionary
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"a. bush" Discussed on The Dictionary
"It looks sort of like a spanish word next. We have bush te bush with an e. d. I form adjective from the fourteenth century. One covered with or as if with a bushy growth. Like might face has a bushy beard. Sort of Number two is chiefly australian Then we have to a lost especially in the bush and to be we have the number one definition for the word perplexed and then another synonym is confused and then number three synonyms are tired and exhausted. Next is the second form of bush adjective from nineteen. O seven having a bushing. Now we have the word bushel. I form noun from the fourteenth century. One any various units of dry capacity and then it says to see the weight table like how heavy things are number two a container holding a bushel. Three a large quantity as in bushels of money. Yeah i know that. A bushel is a very specific amount of stuff. But i don't know what the conversion is exactly so that's probably what they talk about in the weight table Let's see this is from A middle english bushel from anglo-french mozelle or shell from old french waas which is a measure of grain Also of celtic akin to the middle irish boss which means breadth of the hand. Now we have the second form of bushel. This is the verb form from circa eighteen. Seventy seven seriously. What is with his yawning thing. I mean it's not like i'm tired. This podcast really does put you to sleep. All right okay the synonyms for bushel. Verb are repair and renovate and butcher is a noun so this is probably from the german beau- celena which means to do poor work to patch and akin to the old english baton at which means to beat next. We have bush fire one word noun from eighteen thirty two it is australian and it means an uncontrolled fire in a bush area They they have a big. There's a big area in australia. Called the bush that we talked about. I think in the last episode And so you don't you don't fires unless they're controlled fires but yes. This one is an uncontrolled fire next we have bushido capital b. u. s. h. i. d. o. noun from eighteen.
"a. bush" Discussed on The Dictionary
"What am i saying. This is the dictionary podcast. This episode Starts with the second form of the word bush be u. s. h. and There's a there's a lot of Bush words into the next episode So this one is age. It's a verb from the fifteenth century By the way we are at the top of page one sixty seven so the we are starting with transitive to support mark or protect with bushes and then in transitive says to extend like a bush or resemble bush now. We have the third form of bush. It is an adjective from fifteen ninety five one having a low growing compact bushy habit. Also or used. I am i canadian today. Sorry used especially of cultivated beans as in bush snap beans number two serving occurring in or used in the bush as in bush. Planes planes like the the flying planes fourth form of bush. This is a noun from fifteen sixty six chiefly british and it means the synonym is bushing which i assume we will get to later this episode. this is from the dutch word bus which means bushing or box And there's more the box. Next is the fifth form of bush adjective for nineteen adjective from. Maybe i should Not my brain doesn't seem to be doing this today. Okay adjective from nineteen fifty-nine falling below acceptable standards. Synonym is unprofessional. As in bush behavior and this is short for bush league which we will also be getting too. I think later this episode. Yes all right next. We have bush baby two words noun from nineteen o one. Any of several small nocturnal are boreal. African primates with large is long ears and a long tail and elongated hind limbs. That enable them to leap with great agility and it is called also got lago So let's see. I think the the genus name gallego and related genera of the family. Larisa die so obviously. We have to post a picture of this bush baby. Although it seems like del lago is probably the more scientifically correct name for them. Next is bush basil two words down from fifteen ninety seven a sweet basil. The cultivar with small leaves next is bush book. What do you bush buck. I think that's how it said. Bush book one word noun from eighteen fifty to a small african striped antelope a especially of sub saharan forests. That has spiraled twisted horns in the mail. Definitely gotta post picture of bush buck. The scientific name is track lettuce script. This young And it is a translation of the afrikaans word boss buck. B o s b. Okay maybe we already Posted that one or talk about that. Next is bush clover two words noun from circa eighteen eighteen any of several usually shrub e Lesbian nasa's less per days is I don't know what that is..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Usually along a fixed route. According to a schedule one be. We have the synonym automobile number to a small hand truck. Three a synonym is bus bar. We'll get we'll get to that in a few words Three be a set of parallel conductors in a computer system that forms a main transmission path number four a spacecraft or missile that carries one or more detachable devices as warheads so this is The etymology just says it's short for the word omnibus o. m. n. b. u. s. So i'm curious why they named it that in the first place maybe Will that word in the dictionary probably So yeah. I think that's kind of interesting. I think when you when you go take the bus. You should say. I'm gonna go take the omnibus- Now we have the second form of bus. This is a verb from circa nineteen. O nine i is in transitive one to travel by bus to to work as a busboy and now transitive one to transport by bus to a. We have the four d. definition for the word clear as in bus dishes to be to remove dirty dishes from as in bus tables. I never was a busboy. But i think working in a job like that As a the wait staff anything sort of related to that. I think is really really good. Experience for young people I was a waiter. I was a little bit older but it was really good experience. I didn't do it for very long But i almost think that this should be almost mandatory work for teenagers Because i think it's it's just very helpful. I think you just learn a lot and yeah it's it's good good work. You don't have to do it forever. But it's good experience so next. We have the third form of bus. This is an abbreviation for business. And here we go with bus bar two words noun from eighteen ninety three a conductor or an assembly of conductors for collecting carts and distributing distributing them to outgoing feeders..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. I m still recording this Mere minutes after a decision seems to have been made We'll see what happens with recounts and stuff. But i feel i've ever pretty good feeling it's gonna stick so yeah you still might hear some horns honking and fireworks blasting and who knows what else that people are going to do Okay so the first word is the second form of burst noun from sixteen ten one a a sudden outbreak especially a vehement outburst as of emotion. One be I bet a lot of people are feeling that. Right now one be. Synonyms are explosion and eruption one see a sudden intense effort as in a burst of speed. One d the duration of fire in one engagement of the mechanism of an automatic firearm number. Two an act of burstein three a result of burstein especially a visible puff accompanying the explosion of a shell. Next we have burster noun from sixteen eleven one one that bursts to the celestial source of an hour of radiation as xrays next is birth in b. u. r. t. h. e. n. This is an archaic variation of the word burden b. u. r. d. e. n. Yeah it seems like they used to use a lot lot more. T h is back in the day than we do now. Next we have bir- we'd noun from circa seventeen eighty three any of various plants as a cockle bur or burdock having berry fruit conqueror and burdock burdock. I think we probably read that recently Macabre will get to later next. We have the word berry b. u. r. y. It sounds like the buried that you would eat just learned. Recently that pumpkins are berries. Did i think. I must have talked about that. I don't know Okay so this. One is a verb from before the twelfth century. We are starting with actually. Is it only yeah. I think it's only transitive which i guess makes when you think about the word. So number one to dispose of by depositing in or as if in the earth especially to enter with funeral ceremonies to a to conceal by or as if by covering with earth to be to cover from view as in buried her face in her hands three to have done with as in burying their differences three b. to conceal in obscurity as in buried the retraction among the classified ads..
"a. bush" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast
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