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Biden and GOP reach debt-ceiling deal. Now Congress must approve it to prevent calamitous default
"An agreement on the debt deal has been reached. Now that President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy have reached an agreement in principle, a House vote has been scheduled. We're going to put the bill on the floor in 72 hours and facet. But democratic congressman Jim heims on Fox News Sunday isn't so sure. It's not done yet, and all you need to do is check the social media of the freedom caucus who are just obliterating this deal. A House vote is expected to take place Wednesday, support from both parties will be needed to win congressional approval before a projected June 5th government default. I'm Shelley Adler.
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Biden: Debt deal 'very close' even as two sides far apart on work requirements for food aid
"President Biden continues to say a deal on the debt limit is very close. House negotiators left the capitol in the early hours of Saturday without a debt limit deal with The White House. They're expected to return later in the day in hopes of reaching an agreement over the holiday weekend. It appears as though work requirements for federal food aid recipients have emerged as a final sticking point as president Joe Biden says he thinks a deal is very close. In the meantime treasury secretary Janet Yellen says, the deadline for a potentially catastrophic default has been pushed to June 5th from an earlier estimate of June 1st. I'm surely Adler
Target Holds 'Emergency' Meeting Over LGBTQ Items
"Target they had their emergency meeting as they described it Emergency Emergency meeting not to get rid of their gay pride merchandise but to move it around in some bigoted stores in the south right We're still sticking with this We're not backing down Target holding an emergency meeting over its controversial pride merchandise the damage control mode coming as it desperately tries to avoid a so called Bud Light situation A target insider telling Fox News digital quote we were given 36 hours told to take all of our pride stuff and move it into a section that's a third of the size from the front of the store to the back I think given the current situation with Bud Light the company is terrified Fox News contributor Douglas Murray kills us now Douglas your reaction Well several things First of all of course they're trying to avoid a Bud Light moment I mean the buds share prices fell 25% in one week So of course target want to avoid anything like that Second thing is first of all we've got to be clear about this They call it pride merchandise Nobody has a problem with the LGB bit of this equation The problem that has erupted in America is the tea bit And it quite wrong for a company like target first of all to say pride when what we're talking about is clothes that are for people who believe that they are trans specifically for men who believe they're women To wrap all of this up in pride I think is a great insult to many people in this country Because they were selling a bathing suit that had that had instructions on how to talk So without getting too anatomical of course this is about this is about women's bathing costumes adapted for a man Now this also goes to one of the other things I've said for a long time on this It is worth noting in the whole trans issue The extent to which it is women who are repeatedly inconvenienced not
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'Crunch' time in debt ceiling talks, as McCarthy and Biden reach for a deal with deadline looming
"The International Monetary Fund's chief is comparing the standoff over America's looming default deadline to something out of a fairytale. Think Cinderella. Having to leave the ball exactly at midnight. And IMF managing director kristalina Gregg Eva says it's now the 12 hour. So before our cartage turns into a pumpkin, could we please get this soft? Gorgie Ava says the US Treasury market is the global financial systems anchor. The world economy, the ship on which we all travel is in choppy and even worse uncharted waters. Which would inevitably lead to contraction in both the U.S. and world economies. That would come as a shock upon shock upon shock. A self inflicted wound for economy still recovering from the pandemic and dealing with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Washington.
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Body-cam footage shows indicted ex-police officers laughing at man who died in their custody
"Authorities in Jackson, Mississippi have released body cam footage that shows several police officers joking. After they repeatedly used a taser on a black man who died in their custody. It begins as a trespassing call at a Jackson Mississippi hotel on New Year's Eve. Can you understand me? Don't put your hand back here. It ends with the death of key muriel. Officers are seen struggling to get both of his hands in handcuffs. And he's zapped repeatedly with a taser. And deprived of medical attention for about an hour. The three officers are charged in his death, but that night they joke about the incident. Strong as an ox. One officer describes this struggle as funny at first, and then says it got annoying. But it was funny, and Mississippi grand juries indicted two of the former police officers on murder counts and another on a manslaughter charge. I'm Jackie Quinn
Morton Klein: Biden Administration Is Redefining 'Antisemitism'
"The United States came out just a few hours ago With their program of how to fight Jew hatred anti semitism Instead of using the normal respected accepted definition for anti semitism called the Ira definition Instead added to it as a valuable tool to other definitions by nexus and others these other definitions that they're now promoting as valuable and important say if you oppose the Jewish State of Israel it's a very existence That's okay That's not anti semitic If you treat Israel differently from any other country that's not anti semitic At all which means the United Nations for example which has overwhelming number of critical criticisms of countries overwhelmingly it's against Israel But that wouldn't be as I said this is according to the new definition of Biden When a journalist is killed in Israel embedded journalists journalists are killed in more situations all the time No country has ever condemned for it It happens When Israel has a journalist killed the whole world starts condemning Israel which of course is anti semitism They're being treated differently So this report allows the George Soros the anti Israel politicians to no longer be allowed to be called anti semitic that allows the campus programs on college campuses that promotes boycotting in Israel Now it's no longer an antisemitism So we can't fight him as readily This is a very dangerous definition that he's put out And it's interesting He put it out two hours before this very holy day tonight culture viewers
AP News Radio
Navy SEALs training plagued by pervasive problems, according to investigation after death of sailor
"A report says a navy seal candidate's death might have been prevented if flaws in the medical program had been addressed. The report by the naval education and training command finds the program for navy seals is plagued by a poorly integrated medical program, a lack of oversight, and turning a blind eye to the use of performance enhancing drugs that increases the risk of injury and death to candidates seeking to join the elite commandos, the report was triggered by the death of a sailor Kyle mullin, who collapsed and died of acute pneumonia last year just hours after completing the training required during hell week, its a test so grueling that over half don't finish it. Rear admiral Keith davids said the navy will learn from the tragedy Mullen's mother a registered nurse says there needs to be serious accountability. The report suggests a long list of changes, including rigorous drug testing and education around the problem of steroids and other banned drugs, some candidates use to get through the rigorous program. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Debt ceiling talks teeter on the brink, as lawmakers leave town for weekend without a deal
"House Republicans are pushing debt ceiling talks to the brink. The nation now stands a week from the so called X date when the Treasury Department says it may start running out of cash to pay its bills and face a first ever debt default. House speaker Kevin McCarthy says there are still outstanding issues and reaching a budget deal with The White House. And I've directed our teams to work 24/7 to try to solve this problem. While McCarthy says every hour matters. It is unfortunate that House Republicans have chosen to get out of town before sundown. Top House democratic team Jeffries blasting a decision to depart for the holiday weekend. Lawmakers are tentatively not expected back until Tuesday, just two days from the X date, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
AP News Radio
State lawmakers want children to fill labor shortages, even in bars and on school nights
"Lawmakers in several states are pushing legislation that would let miners work in more hazardous occupations and longer hours. Efforts to roll back labor rules are largely led by Republican lawmakers to address worker shortages and in some cases they run afoul of federal regulations. The Ohio legislature is on track to pass a bill to allow 14 and 15 year olds to work until 9 p.m. on school nights with their parents permission. I will Republican governor Kim Reynolds signed a law last year to allow 16 and 17 year olds to work unsupervised in child care centers earlier this month a state legislature approved a bill to allow teens 16 and 17 to serve alcohol and restaurants, Republicans dropped provisions from a version of the bill that would have allowed children 14 and 15 to work in dangerous fields like mining, logging and meat packing. The child labor coalition says the consequences are potentially dangerous. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
House GOP passes resolution overturning student loan cancellation; Biden vows veto
"House of Republicans have passed a resolution that would overturn President Biden's plan to cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loans for 43 million Americans. The plan was halted in November after conservative opponents sued and the Supreme Court is expected to weigh in soon after hearing arguments earlier this year. Still, the House says the president overstepped his authority in ordering the forgiveness. The yeas are two 18 and the nays are two O three. With Marjorie Taylor Greene reading the vote on a resolution that would revoke the plan. The White House was ready hours earlier. Will Marjorie Taylor Greene, who had a $183,000 of her own business loans forgiven, vote to deny debt relief. Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the president will veto the resolution if Congress approves it. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
AP News Radio
DeSantis launches GOP presidential campaign in Twitter announcement plagued by glitches
"Florida's Republican governors announced that he's officially a candidate for president, but the announcement didn't go exactly as planned. Republican governor Ron DeSantis launched his campaign in a special Twitter space's feed. Criticizing President Biden. He lacks vigor, flounders in the face of our nation's challenges, and he takes his cues from the woke mob. But there were technical problems that led to start and stops, audio glitches, and a delay of nearly half an hour. Desantis was asked why he chose Twitter instead of traditional media. He compared it to his COVID lockdown opposition, lamenting a lack of free expression. You had to put your money where your mouth is. Even that was marred by an audio glitch. This is rivals were rough. Donald Trump tweeted the desantis Twitter launch is a disaster. His whole campaign will be a disaster. And Nikki Haley's campaign also called it a failure. But still, desantis says they raised a $1 million in the first hour after the announcement. I'm Jackie Quinn
Paying With Bitcoin Just Got Easier With Ark
"Arc. I'm excited to publicly announce Arc, a second layer protocol for making cheap, anonymous, off -chain Bitcoin payments by Burak. Arc allows recipients to receive payments without acquiring inbound liquidity while preserving their receiver privacy. The protocol is as private as Wobby Sobby, as convenient as on -chain and as cheap as Lightning. Before getting into details, let's talk a bit about my story. As someone who initially started on the big blockers side of the camp, you can imagine I've been a big critic of Lightning myself. I have always had severe objections toward Lightning centered around inbound liquidity, async receiving and on -chain footprint. Over time, the more I dig deeper into Lightning, the more I realize some of my objections are kind of addressable in the long term. For example, PTLCs solve the async receiving and proof of payment at the same time, and the shared UTXO model partially addresses the footprint issue. However, unfortunately, I couldn't find a cure for the inbound liquidity issue. Inbound liquidity also felt like a bug to me. It always felt like it simply should not exist. The entirety of it just doesn't feel right. Imagine doing a simple market survey before designing a Lightning. Hey, would you use a payment system that requires you to run a server 24 hours that works only if you acquire liquidity in the first place? Do you realize what kind of user experience assumption this is? The ideal end user experience just has to be frictionless. If something works 95 % of the time, it's not considered working. Users should be able to simply push a magic button to receive SATs and another button to send
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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton likely broke laws, Republican investigation finds
"An investigation says that the Texas attorney general likely broke several laws. I'm Lisa dwyer. A Republican led investigation has accused Texas attorney general Ken Paxton of committing multiple crimes while in office, including felonies during an extraordinary public airing of scandal and alleged lawbreaking that plunged one of the GOP conservative stars into new political and legal risk. For more than three hours investigators presented findings alleging that Paxton sought to hide an affair, misused his office to help a donor, skirted protocols, and built a culture of fear and retaliation and his office. However, there were no recommendations on actions to be taken as a hearing ended. The hearing began as Paxton sought legislative approval for more than 3 million in taxpayer dollars to settle a whistleblower lawsuit with top aides who accused him of corruption. Republican House leaders have signaled unease with approving that payout. I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
One year after Uvalde shooting, investigation of police response continues
"Relatives of 19 students and two teachers gunned down at an elementary school in Yuval, Texas by a teenage gunman with an AR style rifle, are still waiting for answers a year later. A criminal investigation over the hesitant police response is still ongoing. Nearly 400 heavily armed officers rushed to the school but waited more than an hour before killing the shooter, outraged families have demanded accountability. Veronica mata is one of them. Our lives are not the same in our lives will never be the same. She lost her ten year old daughter Tess. There's always that peace missing. You've all the families have been fighting for tougher gun laws, including raising the purchase age for AR style rifles. They've also been calling on the head of the Texas Department of Public Safety who had 90 officers on scene to resign. I'm Julie Walker
CoinDesk Podcast Network
FTX CEO's Legal Billings Hint at Comeback for the Exchange
"It wouldn't be a Taco Tuesday without referencing some insanity regarding FTX. FTX's CEO's legal billings continue to hint at 2 .0 and now we've got something from the New York Times and I've actually got a hot take about this. Oh, I get to do the hot take first? Okay. So my hot take is that I actually think, and again, you guys are not financial guys, I think that the reboot of FTX is going to actually be a good thing. FTX really had a lot of great products and services that were available. However, they had absolute trash management. And I think if a mature responsible adult can actually take the money and be transparent, not use customer funds for weird things, then I think that the platform does have some sort of chance to do well. That sounds like creditor talk. It does not sound like it. No, I'm actually, I am an FTX US creditor, but I'm being serious. They really had great products and services. And one thing that Sam did well was he was able to communicate to his audience and pull or integrate things that they wanted, which was good. However, they just were scammers behind the scenes. So it sucks. So I don't know, maybe there will be some sort of good that comes out of this. Either way, I'm probably not going to touch it. And I'm not going to tell my audience about it. Did the things work though, Wendy? I mean, we don't have FTX here in Canada, but I heard they didn't really work all that well. They did. They did. Okay. A lot of users really like the interface. Like the UI on FTX was like pretty slick, et cetera. I don't think it's really going to happen. I mean, I think he's exploring all avenues, right? Because JJ Ray, the third, his mandate is to give as much money back to creditors as possible. And if this is a possibility for doing so, then sure, put some billable hours on there and indicate that you're at least thinking about it. Whether or not this will actually happen, I guess I'm a little bit less optimistic on this ever coming to pass, but this is the man's job. He's out there to make sure that people can get their money back to the best of his ability. And I think the fact that he's considering this is interesting. Maybe it's a bit little outside the box thinking, but bringing this back in some form may ultimately bring revenue in the door that could make creditors whole. So credit's in for thinking it, but I don't, I don't see it happening.
AP News Radio
Fans will need to pre-register for free tickets to Paris' gargantuan 2024 Olympic opening ceremony, with tight security.
"The interior minister, the organizing committee president for the Paris games, and the French capital's mayor signed an 11th page security protocol for the ceremony on July 26th, 2024. It explains steps that will be taken to shield huge crowds and 10,500 athletes from the threats of terrorism drone attacks and other risks are notable change is that the spectators who can watch the open air extravaganza for free will need to pre register for tickets. They'll be spread along a three and a half mile stretch of the river center, the show lasting over three hours. I'm Charles De Ledesma
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The U.S. surgeon general has some tips for parents and teens on social media use
"The U.S. Surgeon General is calling for immediate action by tech companies and lawmakers to protect kids and adolescents mental health on social media. Doctor Vivek Murthy says policymakers can strengthen safety standards and technology companies can do better at protecting children's privacy adhering to age minimums and responding quicker to complaints. In the meantime, the Surgeon General has tips for parents and kids, reach out for help if you or someone you know is being negatively affected by social media, create boundaries, limit the use of bones, tablets, and computers for at least one hour before bedtime. Be cautious about what you share, don't keep harassment or abuse a secret, reach out to at least one person you trust, create a family media plan along with tech free zones and parents should model responsible behavior and empower kids by teaching them about technology and responsibility. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Biden, McCarthy to meet on debt ceiling, time to 'get moving' to resolve standoff
"President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy will meet again today in another bid to resolve a standoff over the debt ceiling. It's a pivotal moment. Start moving. Treasury chief Janet Yellen says the U.S. could start running out of cash to pay its bills as soon as June 1st, a default that would hurt Americans and the global economy. McCarthy says he's hopeful for a deal after negotiators from both sides meant for it nearly three hours today. He's still pushing for the nation to cut its spending next year and the talks have narrowed on a 2024 budget year cap Sagar Meghani at The White House.
"about hour" Discussed on WTOP
"Future with an online degree from buoy state university apply now for fall 2022 at buoy state, dot EDU slash online degree. Dave dildine WTO pay traffic All right, let's head on over to storm team four Mike staniford Micah, a lot of stuff going on this afternoon. What do we have right now? I've got three separate severe cells that were keeping a close eye on for you. Right now along interstate 70 from south mountain, all the way to Frederick. We've got a severe thunderstorm with winds of 60 miles down. It looks like there's a little bit of hail on here too. That's storm stretches southward. Around ballinger creek and Adamstown and the point of rocks area do seeing a little bit of a bow echo here. So it went to 60 to 70 miles an hour, may bring down some trees and paralyze to the south of there. We've got a potent storm, it's split into two, just to the south of the berry valley in between very villain and upperville effective portions of route 50 powerful thunderstorm wizard around 60 miles an hour. Then another storm that's approaching front royal on I 66 in between Strasbourg and front royal, watching out for 60 about hours with this cell to further to the south watching ourselves with 60 mile an hour winds, approaching the Vatican. Eventually, this may have affected areas including the culpeper area over the next 20 to 30 minutes. So we are done showing watch goes until 10 o'clock there's a flood wash until midnight, more showers and more storms right in time for the rush hour. If you watch out for high winds and hail, even if you want to set a tornadoes with a boundary kind of draped across the region, straws will end by midnight overnight muggy, lows mid 60s to mid 70s, there's hot and muggy for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with highs well into the 90s. We'll keep you updated on storm team four's Mike's dinner. Thank you, Mike, and that's brought to you by Len the plumber. Trusted same day service 7 days a week. It's three 21. I want to break free. I'm ready to break three D.C., see the world with Norwegian and enjoy 40% off all cruises to the Caribbean, Europe, and more
"about hour" Discussed on WTOP
"55 here is definitely about hour and a half into the first trading day of the new year the Dow is up 65 points The S&P 500 Index is up 13 the NASDAQ's now up a 130 points it's approaching a 1% gain for the NASDAQ Gaithersburg based novavax has now submitted all data to the FDA for its COVID-19 vaccine but it still won't apply for emergency use authorization for another month Novavax's vaccine has received approval and several other countries The big consumer electronics show is cut the four day event in Las Vegas this week to three days because of uma cron starting January 5th more than 2200 exhibitors are still expected although some big names pulled out CES usually attracts about a 180,000 people Salad chains sweet green is testing a subscription service this month For $10 a sweet pass is worth a $3 discount once a day for 30 days Three Georgetown graduates started sweet green in 2007 They're almost a 150 locations now Jeff label WTO news Just ahead here the FDA recommends Pfizer booster shots for those between the ages of 12 and 15 years old and of course will have continuing coverage of the snowstorm pummeling the region right now It's ten 56 Here's Jonathan Johnson the chief executive officer at overstock on the discussion the new and easy federal buying experience Sponsored by overstock government It's really trying to create efficiency in the purchasing and in the post purchasing reporting that different agencies need to do This is all about ease It's all about simplicity It's all about trying to make any kind of red tape or bureaucracy that's associated with the purchasing go away Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network Search overstock Purchasing for your agency just got easier with overstock government save on all the products you need with the best prices on thousands of trusted.
"about hour" Discussed on Grazing
"I don't know if we go. I want to give you a report on it so you may want to go yourself. It's just. I don't know there's something bad that sounds interesting. So there's a lot of festivals like that going on right now but trucks. They have food trucks was talking about. But it's north of came in what county seeing it's north of cookeville though they said it was about hour and a half draft from here. But we tell me about you. Tell me about you weekends. You got anything interesting. You wanna talk about. I don't have anything really interesting. But since i thought you were leading toward Daylight savings time with the talk about fall. But i noticed it into last week not so much last night because it was sunny days getting shorter talat win november seven. And that's that's midnight on a saturday going into size fallback deal like that. It's curto states in the us that do not observe daylight savings. Indiana one.
What Bitcoin Did
"about hour" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"You can find out. More casa which k. e. y. s. dot c. essay. Okay onto the show today and we've got something a little bit different. While i was down in nashville a place of fallen completely in love with. I thought it would be a cool idea to get some bitcoins down to a bar record the live episode of the show with some of my friends. So i asked my buddy's preston pitcher mahdi come down. Hang out drink whiskey and talk bitcoin and you know what was very cool. The events down about hours super super call now with marty impressed and it was always going to be a banger. But i really enjoyed doing this in front of a live audience. It was a bit different to a normal episode. It was very interactive and we took a load of questions from the audience which is pretty cool now. The world is open backup. I am traveling again. And i'm thinking of doing a few more of these live events maybe once a quarter. Maybe even doing one in austin back here later in the month. I do want to say a massive thanks brandon and the team of bitcoin magazine helped us with the venues. While we were in nashville. Anyway hope hope you enjoy this one that you're gonna questions you know you can reach out to my email.
"about hour" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The official opening night, Monday, September 27th Henry, tell us a little about the production and What people can expect. Well, it's a It's a beautiful, beautiful play. It's technically a play with music. It's not technically a musical, but there's a ton. A beautiful music, mariachi music and singing. And, uh, it's a story about a young woman in the 19 seventies. Who you know whose mother is suffering from dementia is starting to really Um, slip away from dementia, and she finds she and her cousin find an old 45 that they put on 45 record first, those who may not remember what those are and will be will be explaining to any of you who are under 30 years old. What a record is really what a record let alone of 45 right Some hipsters, no advice finalist, but the younger ones don't even know what a record is. Exactly on a closing play, even if you will. Wow, closing play. Wow! Yeah, the 19 seventies and they song they put this song on it all of her mother just Comes to life and and start singing along with it, and and her father, who was a mariachi musician who's a little down on his luck comes in and just Gets furious and breaks the record. And, uh and so they decide to, um she and her cousin decided to put together a mariachi group and all female mariachi group too. To learn this song to recreate this song because it It brought her mother back, You know? And so they go around town, and they recruit some other women to join this group. And of course, they have to learn to play the instruments because they don't play instruments, and it's just a really beautiful, heartwarming. I mean, it's a tear jerker. I will tell you that, but it's also at the same time so heartwarming and so uplifting. And in the music is just on believable. It's just fantastic. About hour and 35 minutes long, no intermission. And, uh, kind of stunning if I may say so myself, I think I'm tearing up just hearing you describe it. I think I think that any of us who have been through The Alzheimer's battle I did recently with both my brother and my mother. My mother. My mother actually passed away one year ago this week. Oh, my gosh, maybe the the one year anniversary, So I'm sure I'm going to be a mess this coming Wednesday on that day, but but you know, during during her illness during the course of her illness with dementia and Alzheimer's, as the Disease progressed and I watched my mother who is a very independent spirited Uh, amazing woman of you know, the greatest generation who you know, could do anything. This generation could do anything you know, began to, uh deteriorate. Uh, you know, it was heartbreaking until I was goofing around, you know, sitting and visiting with her and just goofing around with my phone, and I accidentally started the music on my phone. And it was like just as you say, A light bulb went off when this music started, and I was talking with somebody who knew more about Alzheimer's. And I did and said, Oh, yeah, the The music doesn't go away. They still respond to the music. So I downloaded some some songs that I you know that she always sang that. I knew that she always loved that. Put them on my phone. And the next time I visited, I played Tony Bennett. She loved Tony Bennett. I played Tony Bennett and it was like it was like a person who had been asleep. Inside of this 97 year old body had come to life. It was amazing. So, uh, so I'm relating to your show this way, And I'm sure anyone else who has been through, you know, being an Alzheimer's caretaker. Uh, yeah. Also can completely relate to this experience of, uh, having a loved one respond to music. And to put together the tradition of mariachi band and you know that music that is so culturally meaningful at the same time. Has to be like, just, uh, I'm going to bring. I think I may bring to block boxes of Kleenex. Well, you better you better. Good job. I mean, I'm already a mess, and I haven't seen this shit. No, I'm seriously I'm tearing up just hearing you talk about it because I went through the same thing with my mom, you know, and and it's in your right. I mean, who among you know who of us have not in some way been touched. You know, by this terribly cruel disease, um you know, and, uh And just to hear that that was true for your mom to the music, you know, very massive. Brought her back. That's amazing how you better bring two boxes. Yeah, I think so. At the same time, I'm guaranteeing you that at the end, you'll have the biggest smile on your face. It's just It's really the perfect perfect play for us to come back to the theater with because it's so cathartic. It's so so beautiful and at the same time just makes you You know, walk out the door and go. I can. I can't go on. I can survive. And I to, um can can create something new because that's what these women are doing, right? I mean, in the 19 seventies in in the United States, at least female mariachis were unheard of, just like You know, they just wasn't a thing because mariachi was something that was handed down, Father to son and male oriented. Sure. Yeah, Yeah, absolutely..
Good For You
"about hour" Discussed on Good For You
"This doesn't take any work. We'll it's interesting. Because i do think that's taken practice. But i i also think a i mean. I'm curious how you feel about any but it when you're acting it's it's such it's vulnerable work. It's emotional work. It should be. And i do think most sets are technical mediums. Yes and the crew gets their time and all the technicians get their time to do their thing and yet actors are expected to start at action and with the brand new script that just came out and me and now i'm in a bathing suit instead of just like obsolete all these new things at me fluently for your number visor. That's not it. Yeah 'cause other other people's lines aren't changing you can't improvise if other people's and i also think that when you know we were coming up for so long in an industry that makes you feel poverty stricken. They should just be so grateful to be there. You should be so grateful to get any news. Should be so lucky. You should be so lucky and so this is it. You get to do the thing like isn't it wonderful and i love being on set like when people are complaining about hours and stuff. I'm like i would be here all day. Love love love. Love it. But i'm also like this is our we're creating something you're an. Yuck conditions are important who unity men and like needs are important. And i'm also of the mind where i i really believe in safe. Respectful workspaces and i also believe that are even safer echo. Well let workplace. Well respectful i also believes that like actors artists will. Here's which i mean nuts. It drives me nuts. That you know is the person that the pressure is all on. And i ha- and you have to deliver about like where are the only people that if we ask for more time or more rehearsal are thought of his divas and bitches and whatever. But it's like..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"about hour" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion than patron three of college football leaves keer these paul finebaum show our to podcast you on a very busy choosy after a lot happening and we're going to get right to a thanks for being part the program and let's get right to it because there are some very interesting news to pass along for weeks now we've been talking about conference. Realignment and bob boles a like always around. Isn't he like you. Open your door on thanksgiving and your uncle's there and you don't want to see him. He spoke yesterday about Desperate times and max also reporting at this hour that bowls be is meeting with pac twelve commissioner george clear cough. He's brand new to discuss the possibility of scheduling alliance merger or other options for their conference to strategically work together. Or maybe just like pray for something good to happen to both of their leagues. We'll talk to max a little bit later on. Anyway we Gave you the story as we were leaving yesterday and discontinued bad news in bad breaks for miles brennan who had one that job and then got hurt and now he is Suffered a severe injury. This is just painful. Look at He fought so hard to become a starter. Did well and then got hurt and got hurt again. In jeff and It's just max. Johnson will now be the starter according to it. Oh happier news to pass along a tennessee. Soccer player has bailed out in aging newspaper columnist. John adams in the autumn of his career opened up his column for anyone to participate the highest bidder twenty bucks. I wish i had known. I've got twenty dollars. Pennies from i From fourth grade. That i would have donated to to to atoms. Anyway we will talk to adams later about The fact that a newspaper call is worth more than it used to twenty bucks sky rabble a on the news from baton rouge. He'll join us in a minute. Max olsen on the conference conversation. Bill connolly always has some good numbers to pass along. And he'll do that in about hour and a half john adams not the president but the columnist john wilder. He's the man to talk to about the pac twelve and is it happening is is the pac twelve finally sending in sos signal is the embattled. Big twelve maybe. We shouldn't say that on on. Espn and i want to. I don't want to upset. Bob bose if he's watching. Let's only hope for the best for the big twelve..
The Dave Pamah Show
"about hour" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Money is the value that you provide the help that you are the specialized knowledge that you have rain then. We don't even talk about ours anymore. There's not even a conversation about hours right. The conversation then becomes about a result that someone is looking to achieve and how much that is value. How valuable is that. How valuable is a hit song for recording artist friends of mine that have had one big hit that they've been living off of for twenty years. Well that has happened. Isn't it yeah. How violence sometimes you know. There's a remix of that version. From twenty years ago even longer remix us but cover sometimes covers even. Yeah sometimes sometimes exactly it gives you a movie and all the senate has a new life right at. Sharon often key did a loop or something of marvin guys on. You've got see for it though. That's how for is from so long ago marvin gaye. So are you going to value the the the creation of the hit by our. Yeah exactly right..
The Dave Pamah Show
"about hour" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Well here's the thing is not about demand is about understanding your value when you disentangle time is money and then you focus on. Money is the value that you provide the help that you are the specialized knowledge that you have rain then. We don't even talk about ours anymore. There's not even a conversation about hours right. The conversation then becomes about a result that someone is looking to achieve and how much that is value. How valuable is that. How valuable is a hit song for recording artist friends of mine that have had one big hit that they've been living off of for twenty years. Well that has happened isn't it. Yeah how violent. Sometimes you know there's a remix of that version from twenty years ago even longer remix us but cover sometimes covers even. Yeah sometimes sometimes exactly it gives you a movie and all the senate has a new life right at. Sharon often key did a loop or something of marvin guys on. You've got see for it though. That's how for is from so long ago marvin gaye. So are you going to value the the the creation of the hit by our. Yeah exactly right..
All Things - Unexplained
"about hour" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained
"To see you again. I think you change shirts from this morning. No shirt lets small artery shirts. We we had another show this morning. With oracle araya mirza from malibu. So many these got. You're walking around walmart shopping tale with you. Yes thank you ness blanket so nothing. It's under my computer. I'm like covering up with it. It's cold in here at selwyn. Rowen mississippi well we do on a special guests connor flan with this should. We introduced connor and bring him on. Let's do it. Yeah sounds good. Sounds sales good listener comments and really good to the news. George winter says same sir. Maybe a new beat sell. That's called alabama handkerchief. All right so we. All things unexplained are so pleased. I'm going to have a special guest with not just for connor. I'm wearing my legends of the warri t shirt and say jane are both just about hour and half outside of the ori national forest here in north carolina home to a lot of bigfoot sightings. But we've got conflict here with us tonight as a paranormal researcher and author founder of the bigfoot anonymous group. These written two books that i have thoroughly enjoyed in highly recommend one is called big brother. Big foot and other is called eerie swamps road trip to eden. I've thoroughly enjoyed both these boasts. You can find them on amazon also authored a book monsters and mysteries around the corner. He will be appearing tomorrow at infinity con in tallahassee florida. Pretty jealous. I wish i could check in at infinity khan and tallahassee tomorrow. Let's welcome connor. Flynn and big flipped on the show. Honor going how you guys use on all that. Thank you for mentioning about books and infinity con. I'm still like. I'm still on a huge euphoric rush right now. Just because i'm trying to catch up to tomorrow you know..
"about hour" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Up on a Qatar and company Justine Waters all grown up and writing his own book. It's called How I Saved the World and we'll find out exactly how he did that next. W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington America's reopening here it here. 15.9 FM w M A L A Cumulus Stations News Now W A male news at 8 30. Good morning. One. I'm John Matthews. The Western withdrawal from Afghanistan is being blasted by the US leader who sent troops there 20 years ago, former President George W. Bush told a German broadcaster in an interview. He fears Afghan women and girls will suffer unspeakable harm. Asked whether the withdrawal his mistake, Mr Bush replied, You know, I think it is. Yeah, because I think the consequences are going to be unbelievably bad. The withdrawal of U. S and NATO troops said in motion earlier this year by President Biden is now near income. Completion. Texas State House Democrats are here in D. C. Asking for help from Democrats in Congress, Dozens of Texas Democrats, preventing a quorum in their state house to stop a Republican voting bills stood outside the U. S Capitol demanding help from Congress. We are living right now on borrowed time in Texas. And we can't stay here indefinitely. Texas representative read about hours and other Lone Star State lawmakers want the Senate the past before the People Act. It was blocked by Republicans last month. Texas Democrats are pushing for a filibuster carve out to overcome a 60 vote requirement. Jared Halpern, Fox News also in town today, a rally on the National Mall to show support for pop icon Britney Spears in the ending.
The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"about hour" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"But yeah i would imagine that. They're probably gonna be doing something similar like that for richard donner at all the cons for the rest of this year. Maybe even Going into Next year oh yeah around an off the list though. I definitely gotta put Nine hundred eight scrooge on there as well one of my top all time favorite bill. Murray movies is Is not at the top top. Like as far as the top three spots but is definitely at the top yeah. I love scrooge. Every single time The holidays come about that's particularly christmas. That's one of the main movies that i always go to and i bust out. Our bus sow scrooge. It's wonderful life miracle on thirty four thirty four thirty four. Th street argon christmas story. You And i also out groundhog day. I boss groundhog day. Yeah those are the ones that are want so recipes. Richard donner hundred. And now let me see how long we've been going so far we've been going about. What like almost ninety minutes. Yeah we've been going about about hour thirty five minutes Just trying to see what else we can get into as you know. We're kind of winding down Just a little bit. Look i know all the big craze that came from last week was the fact that zelina vega returned to the wwe or we now see that she's involved in the money in the bank ladder match for the women's side of the contract. And all that you got a lot of people. That's look at selena vega returning to the company and you got those that are essentially calling her a hypocrite. Because of her talking about you know. Hey we need a unionization and look. She did put out a statement in regards to her. Wwe return and She a- wrote on social media what to take from tonight. I'm back. I'm going to be in the money in the bank ladder match and i will win period. Everything else is irrelevant. And she kept it short sweet and simple Look you know as far as her being back in the wwe and everything.
Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast
"about hour" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast
"So we're like what is the junction. There's a couple of little curio shops. Then that's it even with how we are so we get off. The bus roars often there. We go like okay great. So we're waiting for at least an hour so then finally a pickup truck pulls over. He's the where we go only came clear. He's like okay jumping so japan we go five kilometers to the cape maclear junction. So not even came clear. He's like this is as far as i'm going so i want five kwacha to go five kilometers so gave them five kwacha. We got the from the bus back so now. We're waiting at the junction to get to the bloody beach and luckily really lovely dutch family pulled over. And might we kinda squeeze in with them and then they took to keep clear actual kate maclean beach so that was good over-sedating charges and then we found a guest house on the beach called the manuals three and a half kwacha a night to camp campaign which is great so we finally got there and like i don't know about six thirty pm couldn't believe how long it took us to get from nakada bay to cape maclear way longer than that way anyways refining their we found. There's only one place eat mr stevens so we had some dinner. Had about hour and a half to come because we're pretty starving as well. Garfield is pretty good and then it was basically back to our beach routine up very early with son. There wasn't a launched a cape maclear and there wasn't many people there either but luckily the next say kylie. Andy showed up on a couple quite matinee debating. I hung out and parted with quarterback. And then kimmy couple wayne. In melanie who i'd met in uganda. They were there to. They came as well that day. Just randomly selected so at least there were six of us. And then ron was getting really kinda coupley. Because we're with two other couples about like to clinging. But you know whenever.
Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"about hour" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"You know no but Empire wreckers. I thought the craft because of robin tuning into high. Say her name actress robin her character and empire records when she likes shaves her head like my mind taking care changes in the nineties moved on very long chopping her hair off. Let's kind of the nineties for sure. We can't talk about the gay nineties without talking about. Showgirls yeah well. Well let's go back to when caroline was a teenager and a baby sitter at this house that had like an illegal cable box that got the movie channels and when the kid would go to bed. I would watch the movies. I wasn't supposed to including showgirls. You're okay talk to me about your experience action showgirls. I mean i was like very paranoid and like had it at like the super lowest volume and was like waiting for the parents to come home. So i could like turn it off immediately so they would never know about it but i was somebody who always felt that jessie spano was lesbian. So this was just like continuing that narrative. All i remember was showgirls. Was like nc seventeen and that was made to be a huge deal that it was jesse span. Oh i know this movie like the back of my hand. I'm so impressed. And i can't wait for you to remind me the believe we just didn't have an edison. Our show girls because i could talk about hours i saw in the theater by myself. There.
The Authority Project
"about hour" Discussed on The Authority Project
"We'll be from five fifteen thousand nine hundred and the next door so it'll be here from nine fifteen until eight in the morning and so in between those times course i have to eat drink and get care the care needs and phone help with this with the fall and then with friday at shark tank eight so never seen of that. But let's let's daily routine it takes a long. It takes two or three hours just to get ready for the day and then it takes about hour and a half for laying down at night so coming getting out of the wheelchair in getting in bed and then getting stripped down and is going to win the opposite skin. Check very import with someone that has in does not mobile because you oppression wanted skim right though which can keep them in bed for very long or the you know actually a yellow pressure ones and well as amazing amazing just to have the just to hear your day to be honest. Can you go more into your story. How how how did you get here. How to this point where you're inspire. Now you're at this point where this is what i wanna do from where i was coming to. Now let's get to where we're where expired started i. I could go back to a happen. Which was twenty three years ago. I was hip hop artist. I went outside the check. My part. the parking lot. We're at our music group miscellaneous released party and i was outside for five minutes and someone a gun from behind me and opened fire then pop up. Oh and i got hit with the bullet my third and forth vertebrae. Drop down this that and the other one grace the back of my skull and i was laying there motionless so not even the move anything from the head down at that time not any debris not being able to ask for help people alive not do anything and just trying to survive in. I definitely felt. Like there was completeness. Like i was about to accomplish. A goal in didn't happen. There was more to life than i had to do. And despite the challenges that was going to face. I was okay with that. I wanted to live. That wanted to survive for four screws on my head. The stabilized my spine with this halo and then tubes in my mouth for me to breathe. And i wasn't able to talk. I was able to communicate with either blinks blink once for yes twice for no and then eventually they said i'd be paralyzed for life and not breathe on my own ever so the game. You tracheotomy took the tubes out. That's what they cut your throat and put the tube in your throat. A mess i communicated. My form of communication was sunk clicks from the hospital. You go to rehab and rehab. That's where i went to inglewood. Colorado was to get off the ventilator. The rain again to do that. It's five and a half months just to do that. Three that was the goal and that goal is accomplished by the time. I came home then. I moved in. I was able to go to my mom. And that's and i had to give back the planet earth basically. It was like that. I started my life became ceo. Because i started hiring my own staff Caregivers i had to do the scheduling in the hiring and the firing and the the interviewing everything but does anytime. I was gathering resources. Like am i going to be sufficient. I'm i going to have a family. I might do all this stuff. And so i tried the record company for a while and then i wrote for entertainment newspaper for a while and dementia ring that. I had an internet radio station and they went all that failed. That opened up the teacher..
"about hour" Discussed on WTOP
"Traffic. All right. Matt Ritter joins us here and Mata. It certainly is coming down right now. What is it that we're seeing? Ever go depends on where you are. But some of us have been going back and forth between the sleet and the snow. Some of us have been staying sleet and freezing rain, especially close to the metro area and the Beltway area down the I 95 corridor is exclusively freezing rain right now in extreme southern Maryland s so we're kind of dealing with this mixed. I hate that term Mixed bag. Getting some snow. You getting some sleet, freezing rain, depending on where you are. We're all gonna be changing over to just sleet and freezing rain by early afternoon at the latest s O. Basically, most of the snowfall accumulations were getting out of this storm have already occurred. Maybe a little bit, maybe another half inch to an inch enough. The far Western and far northern suburbs where it's mostly all snow. Right now, we have parts of Loudon County of through northern Maryland. But then everything is gonna be compacting down because of all the sleet and the freezing rain. So even though we're not looking at big snowfall accumulation numbers. This is still a high impact Winter storm because we're literally talking about hours and hours of sleet and freezing rain and temperatures will hold steady in the upper twenties to near 30 today, so we're not gonna get any help from that This stuff is going to stay pretty solid and compact. We'll get a brief loan. What's falling from the skies during the evening rush today, But then light, sleet and freezing rain will continue late this evening into overnight tonight, just adding to the glaze in the ice impact samplers will hold in the mid twenties and near 30 overnight. Tonight, all precipitation will be ending by this time tomorrow morning. The winter storm warnings expire at 6 A.m.. Cloudy, brisk and cold the rest of tomorrow. Some melting as highs will be in the vic's upper thirties, but we're gonna have a hard freeze a re freeze Friday night, but at least the weekend's gonna be quiet Saturday. Mostly sunny, just blustery and cold. No storms highs in the upper twenties in Sunday will be dry sunshine with increasing clouds highs in the low to mid thirties. 27 in Leesburg right now. 30 in Leonardtown in 28 at Washington, Reagan National 25. Now in friendship Heights, brought to you by new Look home design right now. Save 50% on all roofing materials. It's now a 22. And if you're just about to head out to work, maybe you need to go to the grocery store. You could find things pretty slippery this morning..
"about hour" Discussed on AoS Coach
"The last couple of years That's something that really have the community a lot because I remember when i saw there. Were like something events sometimes but not really much and since tied especially when the events are tied to store here. That really are d- you're going for these sort of events Mainly because clubs. Don't really have money to do that. Because or species to do it So events really started kicking in. Yeah probably twenty twenty eighteen Around when yes. Thank you also. Yeah when second edition came out so And at the same time we since we are along kind of physical country because as you say you are kind of a boot. So that's there's kind of for example we have we have. I even rome. Which is a center of italy and for to go from room to. Milan is like a six hour drive. Almost six hundred hour drives to to to meet our people understand why we're talking about hours and i think that's the challenge is what like when i think of easily i think of something small i think ought to go to event. That's that's probably not fall. And you know. No one knows the token to to the russian guys Just to think about the travel between one cd to to siberia Like that's a long journey. And i think sometimes we appreciate the distance between app communities and dumb yourself. You told me earlier that you've got a couple of different regions. You've got north italy south italy and encounter that central area communities kind of split within three. Is that right. yeah absolutely. There's lots of players in the north someplace in the center. And i really. Don't i mean i know just saw of pool of players in the south of italy and So that's kind of Of the the the the country is divided in this kind of way and the north has been really the engine to that help to the community grow especially because they were the ones that Promoted the this this lega.