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US manufacturing activity grows in November

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00:40 sec | 12 hrs ago

US manufacturing activity grows in November

"A a fresh fresh report report on on the the economy economy contains contains some some better better than than expected expected data data the the institute institute for for supply supply management's management's latest latest gauge gauge shows shows manufacturing manufacturing activity activity grew grew at at an an even even faster faster pace pace in in November November as as companies companies try try to to keep keep up up with with demand demand amid amid ongoing ongoing supply supply shortages shortages and and delays delays the the I. I. S. S. M. M. index index rose rose to to sixty sixty one one point point one one any any reading reading above above fifty fifty indicates indicates growth growth new new orders orders production production and and employment employment all all picked picked up up the the many many respondents respondents noted noted they're they're still still struggling struggling to to higher higher elevated elevated demand demand also also has has companies companies struggling struggling to to keep keep their their inventory inventory stocked stocked that that reading reading was was at at twenty twenty five five point point one one the the manufacturing manufacturing sector sector has has recorded recorded eighteen eighteen straight straight months months of of growth growth I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Suns win 17th straight by beating Warriors 104-96

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00:27 sec | 19 hrs ago

Suns win 17th straight by beating Warriors 104-96

"The the sun's sun's picked picked up up the the seventeenth seventeenth consecutive consecutive win win with with a a one one oh oh four four ninety ninety six six victory victory over over the the warriors warriors D. D. Andre Andre eight eight and and led led the the way way with with twenty twenty four four points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds Chris Chris Paul Paul fifteen fifteen points points and and eleven eleven assists assists the the sun's sun's record record is is now now eighteen eighteen and and three three they they played played without without Devin Devin Booker Booker who who left left the the game game in in the the second second quarter quarter with with a a hamstring hamstring injury injury Jordan Jordan Poole Poole led led the the warriors warriors with with twenty twenty eight eight points points they they had had twenty twenty two two turnovers turnovers George George chatter chatter Phoenix Phoenix

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Grizzlies win 2nd straight without Morant, top Raptors 98-91

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00:30 sec | 22 hrs ago

Grizzlies win 2nd straight without Morant, top Raptors 98-91

"Jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior scored scored twenty twenty five five points points and and Desmond Desmond bane bane had had twenty twenty three three is is the the Grizzlies Grizzlies dump dump the the raptors raptors ninety ninety eight eight ninety ninety one one they they made made five five three three pointers pointers in in Jackson Jackson had had for for for for the the Grizzlies Grizzlies who who never never trailed trailed and and led led by by as as many many as as seventeen seventeen points points in in their their second second straight straight win win without without star star John John Moran Moran Amy Amy Jackson Jackson combined combined to to shoot shoot nine nine of of sixteen sixteen from from three three point point range range the the rest rest of of the the Grizzlies Grizzlies were were one one for for eighteen eighteen from from downtown downtown Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam scored scored twenty twenty points points Scottie Scottie Barnes Barnes had had nineteen nineteen and and Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet fifteen fifteen in in Toronto's Toronto's third third consecutive consecutive loss loss on on the the ferry ferry

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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

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00:43 sec | 23 hrs ago

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Pfizer seeks US booster OK for kids aged 16-17

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00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Pfizer seeks US booster OK for kids aged 16-17

"With with new new concerns concerns about about coded coded nineteen nineteen Pfizer's Pfizer's asking asking federal federal regulators regulators for for permission permission to to give give booster booster shots shots to to older older teens teens right right now now U. U. S. S. health health authorities authorities are are recommending recommending Kobe Kobe booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults eighteen eighteen and and up up and and warn warn it's it's especially especially urgent urgent now now with with the the Omicron Omicron very very introspective introspective being being even even more more contagious contagious than than the the delta delta variant variant visor visor C. C. E. E. O. O. says says they've they've reached reached out out to to the the FDA FDA asking asking regulators regulators to to allow allow booster booster shots shots for for sixteen sixteen and and seventeen seventeen year year olds olds to to offer offer them them extra extra protection protection the the food food and and drug drug administration administration is is expected expected to to consider consider the the request request rapidly rapidly I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up  should get booster shot

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00:47 sec | 1 d ago

The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up should get booster shot

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention broadens broadens its its recommendation recommendation for for cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention is is now now recommending recommending cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults because because of of the the new new variant variant Omicron Omicron in in a a statement statement late late Monday Monday CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky said said everyone everyone ages ages eighteen eighteen and and older older should should get get a a booster booster shot shot either either when when they they are are six six months months after after their their initial initial Fizer Fizer or or mature mature in in a a series series or or two two months months after after their their initial initial J. J. and and J. J. vaccine vaccine the the CDC CDC had had previously previously approved approved boosters boosters for for all all adults adults but but only only recommended recommended boosters boosters for for those those fifty fifty years years old old and and older older or or those those living living in in long long term term care care facilities facilities well well then then ski ski also also encouraged encouraged anyone anyone who's who's feeling feeling unwell unwell to to get get tested tested for for covert covert nineteen nineteen hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Lonzo Ball helps Bulls beat LaMelo Ball's Hornets, 133-119

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00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Lonzo Ball helps Bulls beat LaMelo Ball's Hornets, 133-119

"The the call call of of the the switch switch had had a a double double double double with with a a season season best best thirty thirty points points and and fourteen fourteen boards boards in in the the bulls bulls won won thirteen thirteen one one nineteen nineteen down down into into the the Hornets Hornets the the martyr martyr Roseanne Roseanne accounted accounted for for twenty twenty eight eight points points Zach Zach Levine Levine had had twenty twenty five five and and Chicago Chicago shot shot a a season season high high fifty fifty nine nine point point six six percent percent from from the the field field the the bulls bulls also also won won the the battle battle of of the the ball ball brothers brothers with with Lonzo Lonzo improving improving two two two two one one one one and and three three NBA NBA meetings meetings with with a a mellow mellow Lonzo Lonzo finished finished with with sixteen sixteen points points and and eight eight assists assists while while a a mellow mellow had had eighteen eighteen points points and and thirteen thirteen assists assists Terry Terry Rozier Rozier poured poured in in thirty thirty one one points points in in Gordon Gordon Hayward Hayward had had twenty twenty two two for for the the Hornets Hornets on on the the ferry ferry

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Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

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00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

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00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

"Prosecutors prosecutors in in Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania petitioned petitioned the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court to to review review a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court ruling ruling overturned overturned Bill Bill Cosby Cosby sexual sexual assault assault conviction conviction Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania district district attorney attorney Kevin Kevin Steele Steele petitions petitions the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court challenging challenging a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision which which overturned overturned bill bill Cosby's Cosby's conviction conviction based based on on a a two two thousand thousand five five press press release release written written by by a a predecessor predecessor without without any any knowledge knowledge of of his his staff staff or or fellow fellow attorneys attorneys in in his his office office at at release release promised promised a a now now deceased deceased defense defense attorney attorney that that Bill Bill Cosby Cosby would would not not be be prosecuted prosecuted later later Cosby Cosby admitted admitted during during a a civil civil deposition deposition to to giving giving drugs drugs and and alcohol alcohol to to a a number number of of young young women women before before sexual sexual encounters encounters Cosby's Cosby's twenty twenty eighteen eighteen conviction conviction of of drugging drugging and and molesting molesting college college sports sports administrator administrator Andrea Andrea Constand Constand in in two two thousand thousand four four was was overturned overturned by by the the state state Supreme Supreme Court Court he he was was freed freed from from prison prison last last summer summer Steele Steele argues argues the the decision decision would would set set a a dangerous dangerous precedent precedent out out press press releases releases being being treated treated as as immunity immunity agreements agreements despite despite

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Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

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00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

"Steph Steph curry curry delivered delivered thirty thirty three three points points in in the the warriors warriors ran ran their their winning winning streak streak to to eight eight games games with with a a one one oh oh five five ninety ninety decision decision over over the the clippers clippers curry curry had had thirteen thirteen points points in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter helping helping Golden Golden State State improved improved to to eighteen eighteen at at two two heading heading into into Tuesday's Tuesday's showdown showdown with with the the sons sons Otto Otto Porter Porter chipped chipped in in eighteen eighteen points points and and Jordan Jordan Poole Poole added added seventeen seventeen to to the the victory victory as as the the warriors warriors improved improved to to seven seven or or no no on on the the road road Golden Golden State State led led by by just just one one late late in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty six six nine nine run run Paul Paul George George led led Los Los Angeles Angeles with with thirty thirty points points and and Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe and and Marcus Marcus Morris Morris each each added added thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

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00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

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00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

"Gabe Vincent scored a season high twenty points as the heat held off the bulls one oh seven one oh four Vincent scored sixteen of those twenty points in the fourth quarter Kyle Lowry added nineteen points and Jimmy Butler at eighteen as Miami move to thirteen and seven on the season Alex Caruso had a season high of his own twenty two points also off the bench but the bulls playing their fifth game in seven nights drop to thirteen and eight and they had a season high twenty two turnovers David Shuster Chicago

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Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

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00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

"More than one point four million dollars has been raised as of Saturday afternoon for a man who spent forty three years behind bars before a judge overturned his conviction in a triple killing the Midwest innocence project set up the go fund me as they fought for Kevin Strickland's release noting he wouldn't receive compensation from Missouri the state only allows payments to people who were exonerated through DNA evidence so the sixty two year old doesn't qualify the judge ordered Strickland's released Tuesday and KMBC TV was there I didn't think they long Tom Strickland always maintained he was home watching TV and had nothing to do with the murders which happened when he was eighteen the prosecutor who asked for his release said evidence used to convict had since been recanted or disproven I'm Julie Walker

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 Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97

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00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97

"Devin Booker scored thirty two points in the sun's ran their winning streak to fifteen games by blasting the next one eighteen ninety seven Booker was fourteen of twenty seven from the field making four three pointers to help Phoenix beat New York for the seventh straight time Chris Paul had fourteen points and ten assists for the sons who tied the second longest winning streak in team history the Andre eight and finished with fourteen points and thirteen boards in the win Phoenix's two off the team record winning streak said in two thousand six oh seven Kemba Walker scored seventeen points for the Knicks I'm

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Raiders outlast Cowboys in penalty-filled game for 36-33 win in overtime

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00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Raiders outlast Cowboys in penalty-filled game for 36-33 win in overtime

"Daniel Carlson drilled a twenty nine yard kick with four twenty eight showing on the clock in overtime giving the raiders a thirty six thirty three victory over the cowboys Carlson's fifth and final field goal was set up by cornerback Anthony brown's fourth penalty of the day a pass interference call on third and eighteen the raiders racked up over five hundred yards of total offense with quarterback Derek Carr completing twenty four of thirty nine passes for three hundred sixty five yards and a TD we were up fourteen to six in the first quarter there's not gonna be enough guys we gotta we gotta keep our foot

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Interpol elects United Arab Emirates official as president - Associated Press

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00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Interpol elects United Arab Emirates official as president - Associated Press

"Law enforcement body into pole has elected a contentious official from the United Arab Emirates as its new president Major General Ahmed Nasser al Raisi who's the inspector general of the U. A. E.'s Interior Ministry has been elected by interval full one four year term he's been accused by human rights groups of torture and this criminal complaints against him in five countries including in France what interval has it's H. Q. and then took it with the election has been held the elections drawn angry responses from two Britons who filed the complaints Matthew hedges who'd been imprisoned in the UAE for nearly seven months in twenty eighteen on spying charges says this is a sad day for international justice on global policing I'm

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

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00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 1 Gonzaga turns showdown with No. 2 UCLA into 83-63 rout

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00:32 sec | Last week

No. 1 Gonzaga turns showdown with No. 2 UCLA into 83-63 rout

"Andrew Neumark scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic freshman Chet Holmgren showed off his unique skill set with an array of blocks and dunks finishing with fifteen points six rebounds and four rejections true to me was just as effective inside scoring eighteen points hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring I'm Dave Ferrie

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"about eighteen" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

"Hey we would you pray for me night. I didn't know this guy from adam. Okay i was just there for a week to work with hospital and so i asked the administrator. Could you get me a bottle of water. And i took him aside and just in. That had to be god moment. You know what i'm saying athlete. What talking about regulations. It just really prompted that story. I'm sorry admission that because this is all about you. Nothing about me. But i just i could just reflect that story i could just. I could just really connect with you when you said regulation or lack of absolutely and i think your story is important to you know. It's just confirmation to me that yes. It's true like what i just said. It's just confirmation. Of what i just said. And the lord always confirm he always Sure and and we're very thankful for the men win women in healthcare that that is the passion and they dedicate their lives. And i've had so many. I have a great medical team around me for just family practice in therapy and all those kinds of things so we don't want a discount do either the men and women that are called it actually have that that natural behavior to be so good at operating in that field so -solutely and it it you said the key word a passion and that's your heart's desire and what raises. Your vibration is your passion. And they're doing what they love and that's where they're meant to be and that's the way they're you know manchester That's true yeah. It is and i went around the room this with these group their nurses and administrators. And i asked everybody you know as a child what were your passions and three out of about eighteen mentioned that they always wanted to be a nurse in. I sat back and wet while only three. You know blah stop provoking so it's finding your passion if you want to be an author right author. Just get up and make it happen. Get up early and rock and roll so tell me little bit about. How would you encourage someone that is really in that space..

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"about eighteen" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

The Napoleonic Quarterly

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

"Mean we laugh but that's terrible. It was terrible because amb ended up at about eighteen months to complete military kale's which ended a course in in complete defeat for britain and it was all his. Oh that would brenton most people but it didn't He was court martialed for leaving his post and found guilty. Let off the subtlest and three months later. He was captured fleet in copenhagen.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

05:46 min | 10 months ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"On sleep. And if you're struggling with sleep at night avoiding naps during the day. I have two pieces of advice for you. The first is regularity. Go to bed at the same time. Wake up at the same time no matter whether it's the week day or the weekend the second is keep it cool. Your body needs to drop. Its core temperature by about two to three degrees fahrenheit to initiate sleep and then to stay asleep and it's the reason you will always find it easier to fall asleep in a room. That's too cold than too hot. So aim for a bedroom temperature around sixty five degrees or about eighteen degrees celsius. That's going to be optimal for the sleep of most people.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"They faced really regarding the the while. I mean you know we can talk about the ending. Although that's getting into spoilers mentioned something earlier. I wanna mention stuff that you people's attention that might get to go down your game so can we. Can we jump into some spoilers. Sure we've been about eighteen minutes. Yeah well you haven't played the game that you should go definitely go check it out on steam. That's where i that's where i got it from. That's right by all my games from so definitely go. Check it out on there and we will kind of now. Sure so regarding the whole alien anomaly side to jump into it My dad loves alien stories and has his own alien stories that he does swear by. He grew up in uh small farming town up in canada in saskatchewan and he does swear like these things happened. I don't know i. Although i think they did or didn't but that definitely was a huge part of what drove me down the road of like okay. I want something with alien. Anomalies in canada. Really let for an alien. I picked the alien type thing early on the game. And i was not expecting you to pay off and i got to the end when the game goes where it goes and he ends up in a cd alien thing. And i'm like see something that makes you know and i'm like okay. That is that that was cool to me like i. I believe in alien. Because i believe there has to be something else out there in this world. We can't be the only intelligent living species. There's just no way like it's it's there's too many possibilities too many outcomes when you throw the dice. Samat idea that something has to be out. There aren't track where somebody wouldn't want to come over and interfere with our light because we haven't reached a point where we should be like really openly communicating too far. Yeah yeah i mean for me..

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"about eighteen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"About eighteen thousand as if the entire crowd at a sold out New York Rangers hockey game went to the hospital once the numbers fewer than in recent days though and there are fewer admissions to intensive care unit at ABC's Aaron Katersky says almost eight hundred people died one day in the state in New York's overall death toll now top seven thousand health experts now believe that the virus likely began to spread into New York in late January not from China but for European countries like Italy or Spain the U. S. did not cut off travelers from Europe until mid March community spread had already begun meanwhile other states are seeing very different scenarios play out their battle with corona virus for news reporting a nearly two percent drop in the number of intensive care hospitalizations hoping that's the start of a trend Chicago though is preparing for a likely surge in the virus Jackie Quinn reports Dr Anthony found she believes it won't be a one size fits all scenario as far as lifting restrictions with hospitalizations varying widely from state to state the navy continues to test hundreds of sailors for corona virus aboard the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt Jimmy do pre in Washington this will be a new way of doing business with corona virus cases getting sailors on multiple U. S. aircraft carriers it's not a good idea to think that the teddy Roosevelt is a one of a kind issue military officials say they must keep deployment's going while fighting the virus joint chiefs vice chair general John Hyten to think that it will never happen again there's not a good way to plan Jamie says the Theodore Roosevelt remains sidelined in Guam because the outbreak on board an era bread is the latest chain to serve double duty as a grocery provider Pinera grocery will deliver staples to customers doors including milk bread and produce is available input errors website or on GrubHub's Norcross based waffle house is also selling groceries and some of its locations as it tries to find other revenue streams WSU's time seven forty nine WSB meteorologist this dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bugs and critters looking at dry air in place today along with northwest winds ten to fifteen miles an hour gusting to thirty miles an hour at times that's prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag burn warning today will be dry again tomorrow then rain likely at times Sunday two inches on average by Monday with isolated higher totals possible a severe thunderstorm in some areas Sunday afternoon or especially Sunday night with damaging winds in some areas and a tornado cannot be ruled out before today a nine and the mileage meter high about sixty two lows tonight thirty five to forty one tomorrow sunshine and mild afternoon highs sixty eight to.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Looks about eighteen years old and we known to be wearing black Nikes jeans a great jacket and having a black backpack with him what can you tell us more about your son why is he vanished to why he disappeared why is he doing this I don't know that we're just trying to get him home safe we are not we're not aware of any particular issues he was having any difficulties at school or with people the we have a loving home he's got two brothers and we're just a plaque we're trying to solve this puzzle and find him now the only the trying to hurt anybody or hurt himself we haven't picked up any of that but if people do see someone matching that description if they can just call nine one one the police are working with us and they've been fantastic yeah according to Austin police last seen wearing a gray shirt gray polo sweater blue jeans black shoes a great backpack he's a big kid six foot tall two hundred pounds brown hair and experience to gain the camping world it's this is this is just unfolding as we speak I bet you guys have been you haven't slept much I bet we've been out all night long with that incredible network of friends and people in the community I'm riding a place to sit let Adams to show people I'm sector apparently those moms and dads from Anderson high school in our community and Pat mountains that have already been there all rights Mister Heatley a keep us up to date we do have those pictures you mentioned on the front page of our website it news ready okay LBJ dot com I mean I wish I could I wish we do a little bit more this is just out of the blue for you this was nothing nothing happened to lead up to this no indication I actually sat with him listening to music and watch them get on the bus in the morning and apparently walked out of standards in high school about eight thirty in the morning correct right out the back door well okay Mr he Heatley Robert Heatley I appreciate you calling in on the top did not show and we just got the word out I appreciate you calling us thank you so much you guys are my call this morning I know you have a huge audience and these people can really help us find him thank you very much we got everybody looking man I appreciate your Robert Heatley hang in there trying to find a sign it disappeared from Anderson high school yesterday about eight thirty in the morning while police around looking as well this is this is pretty interesting story and and and again he didn't see this coming had no signs that it's it's really hard to fathom all right to jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine oh five five two five not the kind of night you want to go out camping in the woods no absolutely not so just just keep your eyes out and this may be that situation just a kid that made a a silly choice and decided to go out and sleep in the woods one night it sounds very impulsive let's hope it's something just yet simple and he's going to make its way back today so right jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five nine eight Mario is in Round Rock all the time to don show something about Austin water Maria what's on your mind yeah hi was listen to your programmer and about the them wanting to replace these water meters with all these modern digital water meters but there was a report a couple weeks ago about how bad the water lines in Austin were leaking and and how much water they actually leaked all day long and all night long now here's my question why would they want to replace water meters when they need to replace the lines that's a good point so it doesn't make any sense to me they say the technology that they want to spend millions and millions of dollars on one help alert them if there's a water leak but you're absolutely right more than six billion gallons of water wasted but the city of Austin last year alone that's that's tremendous that is tremendous there is just no telling how much money all of us water customers hear him have just absolutely thrown into mid air that we had no that we did that we had no business playing that that we just completely did not hello I have no I have no faith that I've ever paid a correct pill for water wasting six billion gallons is another example of why we should have an audit of the city no that is horrible mismanagement of the city's resource maybe they don't care about city resources I don't know I don't know if it's a leaky pulls leaky pipe that you get like screwed up water bills you got that we got that works in the water department it's been doing plumbing jobs on the site when people call and complain about a leak right using his city resources to run his plumbing business yeah it's this is this is not not been a good thing for for taxpayers at all I I I just I I wonder how much money I have wasted is way state fifty two here on the top of don show were broadcasting live from land's tire and automotive at breaker and one eighty three we got time 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"about eighteen" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on KCRW

"It's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro the trump administration is making it more difficult for immigrants seeking asylum to resettle in the U. S. under new state department rules the number of refugees allowed into the country will be capped at eighteen thousand for the next year that nearly cuts in half the administration's previous refugee limit and here is Bobby Allen was on a call with trump administration officials who briefed reporters on the announcement and here with us now have Bobby ARE tells more about what president trump order today what does this mean for migrants fleeing persecution of hope to come to the United States well it means their odds just got a lot harder of making it in the cap was cut nearly in half to about eighteen thousand people and that's gonna affect you know the next fiscal year and this year the trump administration put the refugee ceiling around thirty thousand so that's a pretty substantial reduction and what it means is that you know there's gonna be more fierce competition among asylum seekers who have dreams of relocating to the US and for some context here that cut announced today is an eighty percent reduction compared to the refugee camp in the last year of the Obama administration are certain groups of immigrants gonna get priority under this new rule yeah so in the call supporters the administration said those fleeing religious persecution will be the ones that they will prioritize the most you know they said the administration has a real interest in religious freedom and they also mentioned a Rockies who have helped the U. S. those people will be given special status and they mentioned a smaller group of migrants from Central America will be prioritized but it's a really small group just fifteen hundred of those what's the administration's justification for making this drastic cuts to the ministrations says you know they're right now trying to tie asylum policy in the country to national security interests and they said you know the federal government really needs to focus on the protection of people already in the country rather than bringing in tens of thousands of migrants who want protection here and they said the US immigration system is over burdened. right now and they cited a number which is nearly one million and that's the number of back log cases an immigration courts and many of them are asylum seekers so they say look we've got to deal with all those problems in the U. S. here domestically before we welcome and more people what is the reaction from immigration rights groups so refugee advocacy groups like Oxfam America save this is further proof that the trump administration is abandoning the country's founding principles of asylum law you know we're supposed to judge the merits of each person's claim individually that's what asylum mas as an Oxfam says this is not abiding by that and you know other groups like Amnesty International you know echo that usually took it even further though they said look restricting migrants seeking asylum to this low of a number and here's the quote they said quote attempts to further hate division and prejudice in a country that once value dignity equality and fairness is this going to be challenged in court you bet it will be and you know critics of the new cap say it's in agree just violation of a federal law called the refugee act of nineteen eighty and that basically granted asylum to anyone who can demonstrate a well founded fear of persecution and this eighteen thousand asylum seeker limit I must say is the lowest cap ever since that nineteen the law was passed NPR's Bobby Allen thank you thanks sorry..

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"about eighteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"About eighteen months many Attorney General from around the country on both sides of the aisle have been ringing alarm bells about some of the practices of these big tax we visited with with a number of these companies we've heard a lot of rhetoric out of these companies we haven't seen a lot of action but that certainly is frustrating our concern is protecting consumers and that's what we have been talking about over the last eighteen months of course when people say water problems are big tech I mean you could break it down into a multitude of problems you know you have personal data mining is a consumer actually getting something for what they're taking from you could talk about the ad the anti competitive conduct this being is that that's taking place in the digital ad market you could talk about content suppression you could talk about section two thirty meeting there's a whole host of things the answer is a big tech casual in digital ads as anti competitive so I guess we look new tools and you know they're big businesses and so let's talk about our alphabet which is our parent company for moment they've always made the argument all these big tech of is made the argument said listen you know we nobody had in this to us we were in an environment that was quite competitive a lot of companies trying to do what we do but we're just better than they are and we you know we beat them back and leave the established this cortical dominant position because we performed well I competitive environment rather than that the environment wasn't competitive so what do you say one of the internet absolutely created an entire new commodity as it comes to digital advertising right the problem is is that the person who owns a company that controls the change that commodity exchange is Google I'll give you the example if Google if if it if we would allow companies to control the New York Stock Exchange or a commodity exchange in Chicago the same way that Google controls the digital ad commodity commodities exchange we will just have civil action movie looking at criminal action Facebook actually survived its latest brush with U. S. privacy regulators but cost them a record five billion dollar fine and other restrictions imposed by the Federal Trade Commission Facebook also faces a series of other probes into its privacy practices in Europe and across the U. S. Washington governor Jay Inslee who and it is climate change focus twenty twenty campaign as send an email to his supporters detailing his plans hours before he was set to appear at a news conference Thursday that happening in plant at a Planned Parenthood in Seattle regarding the federal family planning program that was after I he told supporters he was going to run for governor again here's Insley in its own words we had a good run I think we.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Took about eighteen hours before police could get inside fox twenty nine Philadelphia's crystal Connell police want to know how the suspect obtained two guns despite his long criminal history this is now your storm team ten forecast powered by Dunkin go to these get a great deal on two of your Duncan favorites some clouds again to start the day on Friday becoming partly to mostly sunny with highs near eighty degrees beaches in the mid to upper seventies mostly cloudy overnight low in the mid sixties and a partly to mostly cloudy Saturday could see a spotty shower highs again close to eighty degrees looks partly sunny much warmer and more humid on Sunday inland highs in the upper eighties I'm storm team ten meter all just mark Searles I newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM from somewhere out there this is coast to coast AM with George nori under nineteen people a goal free sign up a paranormal date dot com and we hit eighty seven thousand members that said a hundred nineteen people to go sign up tonight and paranormal date dot com looking for ways to preserve youth here you go aging could make this wish for younger days but says we can't.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"My husband and I are baby step to getting out of that we have two very old heating, AC units. In our home should we start saving for those to be replaced since we know they are on their last legs. Will typically the typical family is out of debt everything, but their house in baby step to the average is about eighteen months. And you've been broke your whole life up to now with no money. And those heating and air units were sitting there all along. And now that you're getting out of debt. Now, you're worried about saving money. Isn't that interesting? So no, I'm going to get out of debt or in the eighteen months. And if they go out and you have an emergency, that's inaccessible thousand dollars. You're gonna stop your debt snowball and you're going to save up some money and get your heating air fixed. And in the meantime, you might have some fans or some heaters. They got those at WalMart. What I've done did it myself. Not too. Proud to say, I did it and. You know had a car growing up. Mama used to say we had a to forty air conditioner to windows down forty miles an hour. So you know this is hillbilly stuff, but you can do it. It's all right. You'll make it. You know, once you get out of debt so you don't have to worry about stuff like that. And then you replace them just because they need replacing before they were when you're out of that, and you have a pile of money, but the way to get out of debt and have Apollo the way to have Paula money's get out of debt. So no, I'm going to wait until they break or until I'm out of that. And then I built my -mergency phone once the emergency funds built, and they still haven't broken, then I'm going to save up and pay cash to have them replaced before they break beyond baby step three. It's not an emergency if it hadn't happened. Did you hear that? That's pretty. That's pretty profound almost tweet that it's not an emergency because you're worrying about it. So I don't emergency if it hadn't happened it might happen. I might get laid off and been laid off. You might get laid off. I might have. I know you might have a lot of stuff. There's a lot of mites out there. But it didn't happen. They're gonna get used to say eighty percent of things we worry about never occur. Suspend all the money and time and effort and emotional energy, you it's been worrying on being productive. Solves the problem gyms and Marquette. Michigan a gem, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Thank you, a question actually thinking about retiring fall from working for the state, but I want to get out of debt and..

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"about eighteen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So after about eighteen months. You gotta go. I came back to San Antonio my tail between my legs as one of the lowest points in my life. And I wouldn't sure what I was going to do when I was talking to a good friend of mine. My highschool golf coach. And he said go talk to my wife. She runs a real estate office. And I thought well, okay. I'll go talk to her and super lovely lady. And she was very gracious. And she said, oh, Dayton, you'll love real estate. And I said really you'll be really good at it sign here. And I didn't have anything else to do. And so I did. And I went back to my grandfather's house where I grew up in pulled a sport coat out of the closet figured out how to tie, and that was January of nineteen eighty two and the first house I ever sold was Super Bowl Sunday nineteen eighty-two. Nobody else wanted to work that day. I was low. I struggled and starved and struggled for many many years trying to figure out the business. People were really really nice to me when I was a nobody, and I learned sponged up as much information as I could. And I read books, and I was a seminar junkie and a book junkie, and I was zig Ziglar guy a Tommy Hopkins guy, and I just learned as much as I could I caught some breaks. Again, people really nice to me when they didn't have to be. And I really appreciate those opportunities. And I got involved was things started picking up fan interest rates were sixteen or seventeen percent. It was brutal. The market is San Antonio was very slow thousand new starts year and one builder did four five hundred and back in the day. And then we had the tax reform act of nineteen eighty six and the devaluation of the peso and oil crisis in this town, just about dried up and blew away. And I was still too broke to to leave to go anywhere. So I had to just stick it out. And and things started picking up HEB moved here from Corpus Christi in the late eighties. And in southwestern Bill came here from Saint Louis in the early nineties, and that was a huge boost to our economy in any here. Cain packbell, and and bells AT and T and all those companies that came in with Southwestern Bell, and that was just unbelievable run for our economy. And and I've started figuring it out and getting a little bit better at a little bit older. My friends started making money, and they could buy houses from me. So that was a treat and and things just progressed at that point. And I got involved in coaching programs by referral only which can't believe Giovanni work for the guy. The biggest small town in the world. And and and so I got involved in by referral only. And I love that program. And I learned so much about taking care of our clients and building a referral base business. And at that point, I I came home from that first seminar, and I got rid of my pager, and I took my home number off, my business cards, and I promised myself, I was gonna take great care my database of my clients and build a referral base business, and my business grew and grew from there and one of the coaches at by referral only was guiding brick ruby, and he was just in maniac. Linder that used to yell and scream all the time about realtors don't pay their taxes and realtors are behind on their credit cards and realtors or maxed out credit cards and realtors don't go home, and they say, they're gonna go home. And I thought she was reading my diary. I've been through all of those things. I mean, I I've been behind on taxes I've been maxed out credit card. It was not pretty I wouldn't wish that on anybody. And I fought my way through a lot of those things and things for picking up for me. But I realized I needed that boss, and that was a tremendous opportunity for me again, just the right place. Right time, kind of my Forrest Gump career that I've had and that was a big for you. It was huge. I've been by referral only from ninety five until about two thousand one and I got that tape, and you know, they get your book every. Friday track taped back then. Get those tapes over and over and over again, and it was Rick ruby unplugged. And I don't know how many times do about that. I'm gonna go meet this guy. So I drove to Houston went to a main event Joe event and Rick came off stage. And I said ahead to meet you you were talking to maters like one of those moments where you're in church and the preacher the priestess speaking directly to use it. How do they know what I did this week? But he's talking right to me. And and so I met Rick, and I said a loved your message mental ought to me Bri between the eyes. And he said, well, I'm getting ready to leave by referral Emma open up my own company. And if you're interested can be really high end system structure accountability, and in an where do I sign and at that point on past description dialogue part of my career. I could overcome objections. I kind of knew what we were doing. But I didn't have that structure, and that accountability part that I really needed and I got involved in that program. Now, it's been almost twenty years since I got involved in the core. Coach forum now and my businesses grown from ten twelve fifteen million dollars in production, which was really good by San Antonio steam right to this past year our team now, and I've got twenty one twenty two people that work for me we helped five hundred families by sell over six hundred. Quite a bit now. Okay. So let me ask you about this self-improvement stuff. Yes. I mean, obviously, we talked off the air that used to work for. Yes. And so I was really big into it. Also, so one of the challenges that I always face, and I don't know if it's for everybody. Is you listen to self-help stuff, and you listen, you, listen, you, listen, you're like, okay, I'm doing it. And then nothing works and nothing happens. And then you get frustrated with did you find that as an entrepreneur that that stuff helped you right away? Or did it take time to work in your life? It it does take time and I'm slow on implementation. And I get fussed at on a routine basis about that the guys that really excel program speed of implementation is huge. And so I'm more of a plotter, but I do get it done. And and I am coach -able. But it it. I'm sometimes I'm slow to make the decision or pull the trigger on that. And that frustrates people around me sometimes I understand that. But it it's the count ability park someone saying, hey, you promised you would do this in holding you to it instead of just saying, well, okay. Try better next time or better luck next time. We'll we'll we'll see what we can do. Instead mean just getting really lit up by somebody who says no come on. Now, you're better than that. And pushing me way beyond what I thought I was capable of doing. And and helping me show the. Way too. Not just you can go. Do it go out there and tell me how it worked, but someone already kind of blazing a trail and it built a great business a referral base business. A profitable business that delivered a really high end luxury customer service experience. And so I wasn't experimenting. I was shown the recipe. And now, it's just a matter of of duplicating that recipe. So over the time that you've been a real estate agent. What was the time that you really struggle that you thought maybe this real estate thing is not for me. Oh, many times especially in the early years. I mean, it was really ugly and interest rates were high. Zero credibility in the marketplace. I didn't know what I was doing. The market itself was very slow. And so it took a long time to build up that momentum. I was just in survival mode for probably the first five or six years of of the business. Was there one person in usually like people in business? They usually have someone that gave him a break someone that had grace upon them on what I really believe in you who was that person. I've had dozens over the years and so in reverse order will Rick ruby. Absolutely. In the other principals the core. Todd screama Rita, Casey, Kathy. Courtney of the other coaches that I coach with before that Joe Brian Feeney, the guys I met through my brokerage. My first real, bro, the lady that gave me a great opportunity that that company closed within about three months. So I went to another brokerage. And they were very nice to me. And let me when I didn't have any listings I could put my sign in their yard and get those calls. I could they gave me extra opportunities on. What we had phone duty back, then where you just sat in your office in any answer the phone calls about client prospects and things like that sit open houses for them. And they didn't have to do any of that. They were really nice me back then. And then there were some some great professionals.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To the Garden State. We're fine. Top to bottom. Fifteen minutes next report eight three on New Jersey. What a one point five. Jersey one point five and weather the up and down the rest of the week. Ultimately, I think it's colder wet by mother's day for Sunday. Lots of clouds tonight. Seasonably cool is around fifty cloudy with a few sprinkles and blustery east winds on Thursday. That's going to be a cool day. A high only around sixty across most of jersey and warmer Friday with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms high in the mid seventies dry weather, beautiful Saturday. Highs up in the seventies mother's day rain and Heinz in the fifties might meteorologist tiptoe we've got seventy degrees in Somerville. Fifty seven degrees in Avalon, sixty four degrees in English town fast. Traffic instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one oh one point five. No. Oh boy. Laughable? It's laughable. All right. What do a three point five? You and your bicycle almost scare the hell out of me today. What I almost ran somebody over have you ever had a run in with a guy in a bike. Or if you're on the bike. If you have had a run in with a guy in a car, one eight hundred two eight three one one point five David's, Woodbridge, New Jersey, one point five, David, hey, buddy. How are you? I can pretty good. I all for about eighteen for about eighteen years. I wrote a hundred thousand miles I had a Bianchi was the only one in the whole country while and I'm moved to watch tin DC, mainly because they had the biggest bicycle club in the country. And I had one inch. Ancient it with a guy. He came tried to busni one day I lived in Bethesda Naval hospital. And I just I to carry a couple of balls with me, and you know, people would start clowning on the road. I just throw Goppel smashed a window. So this one guy he followed Sunday morning. I'm heading down into Washington DC. Okay. Get hyper angry special forces knife. I took my plea prophesied walk. I'm like, okay. It's on you with the hospitals right down the street. So he just left, but it'll be good for you. Navy seal guy killed inva- says it had to be about. I years ago four or five years ago. He's forty one years old. We was a navy retired navy cell. He was like forty one and he was on a really expensive, you know, five six thousand dollar bike. He was somewhere says the guy hit him, and and he got chill. And so he's been a navy seal for twenty years, and he gets killing a by right survives. All and.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:41 min | 3 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studio. I n hughhewitt yesterday, I spent most of my show imploring people like you and asking senators like David Purdue of Georgia and John Cornyn of Texas to please reach out to President Trump and the senators agreed to call him to tell him that it looked like his White House was gonna make a terrible mistake on judges. There are only nine supreme court justices. They're only one hundred seventy nine circuit court justices. Now, the president has done a great job and appointing two supreme court justices and thirty circuit court judges. But right now, they're twelve vacancies on that. Among that hundred and seventy nine circuit court judges and on the night circuit court of appeals, which is the most liberal the most far out to lunch circuit. There are five AKC's. All right. A total of five agencies. He had nominated five people at the end of two thousand eighteen President Trump had to fill those vacancies. But at the start of two thousand nineteen he only renominated two of them. And the Wall Street Journal said negotiations were underway to appease Dianne Feinstein of California and Kamala Harris of California on the other three circuit court judge, and these are the most important appointments the president makes their lifetime. They served thirty or forty years and the ninth circuit is the worst circuit in America. They give you the worst decisions, they always reversed Donald Trump. So there are twenty nine total judges there, and it's I'm gonna I'm doing this by memory so bear with me. It's about eighteen to eleven right. So if you're down not a fifteen eleven if you get a chance to put on three great conservatives, you're going to be very close to parody, and you might win some things called on went eleven judges of the court sit together because you can't have twenty nine at one time. And so all day long. I spent my show hammering on the fact that the president needed to renominate the three conservatives and by the end of the day, he had renominated three conservatives. One of them was new. All right. So he took Patchett boot bootom I named him to the district court instead of the circuit court, but the president was responsive. He was nimble. He saves his legacy on courts, and he saved the night circuit and everyone ought to give him a standing ovation because that is so important for the future of the ninth circuit for the future courts. They control everything in the western United States, and the supreme court actually spend a lot of it's time reversing the ninth circuit, maybe with these appointments when they are confirmed rapidly by the Senate Judiciary committee things can begin to turn around. Well done. Mr president. Now, I want to go back and taught play again here is I've got calls coming in. Here is Alexandria, Cossio Cortez on the intercept with a joy gray yesterday, cut number thirteen. And like that is the majority of of a lot of communities how a lot of communities feel and it's because if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without you know, certain privileges, and then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like our looks like, and it's really really hard. I mean, it's like. And we can all almost every single person in this country can acknowledge some privilege of some of some type, I'm assis- gendered woman. I will never know the trauma of feeling like I'm not born in the right body. And that that is a privilege that I have no matter how poor my family was when I was born. But it's really hard for some people to admit that they. You know, it's part of this weird. American dream mythology that we have that for a lot of a lot of circumstances isn't as true or isn't as clearly communicated as we'd like for it to be what she's trying to say is I have different privileges. But they're okay privileges. I am says gendered, and I'm not transitioning to a different gender, but most of the people in America, you don't have privileges at one sort of the other. And I'm here to say the American mythology is true. And I use my own experience. I did it in the first segment. My great grandfather came penalty penniless Irishman from Ulster in eighteen sixty eight. My grandfather was a fireman. My parents were depression, Eric kids who had nothing my mom went to nursing school. My dad went into the army somehow, I got through Catholic schools, and somehow I trick Harvard into letting me in that occurs over the course of one hundred and twenty years, so my privilege is pretty substantial right now. 'cause I've worked. My rear end off as did my parents, grandparents and great grandparents, and I am very sympathetic because I believe in the social gospel, the Catholic church to the halt and the blind, and the least in the lame and the people are going through tough times. I am very very open to that. I resent the idea and she by the way is a wonderfully. Sparkling smart, great, new young Representative. She's my kids age, and I look at her. And I say, I hope you begin to believe that there are people of goodwill on the Republican side who understand privilege. What do you think? Let's talk with Fred in Chicago where it's freezing good morning show. How the morning Fred. How are you? Nice and warm inside good right now. You're a good Hugh had two nominations questions for you one. Do you think what have you heard anything about? The White House's renominating Ryan down the Oregon nominee from the ninth circuit. I I'm sure you remember, it's not gonna happen. It isn't and to everything Mississippi she'd on the fifth Circuit, Judge, John. We took senior status that seat has been vacant for almost a year and a half. What any goodness gracious? His name is going on with that. Usually when you have two Republican senators, and that there is a state that is vacant. It means that the two Republican senators cannot agree on a nominee. It happened in the fifth circuit when we ended up with great judges down. There judge will is a great judge judge ho is a great judge. But it takes a while to figure out who gets to go first they will not let it go on Phil do not worry about that. Well, I hope not my President Trump for when he did yesterday human. Thank you so much for what you did with your efforts to to publicize that shine the light on that. If you will I wasn't alone. I wasn't alone. But getting David Purdue and John Cornyn on this show to commit to call the president that helped I'm proud to have been a part of saving the ninth circuit. But it was the president who gets the credit. He's the one who made the nomination, he's the one who gets the applause, but thank you, my friend. Let me go out to Ben Tura county. You are up early grad. Good morning. Greg. Are you doing I listen to you every morning here? Thank you. I agree with you. Let's younger generation. I see it every day here in this town that they have privilege. You've gotta deal with their attitude everywhere. They're driving Trump sticker on my truck and retired air a few years ago. I go through hell every day. Let me let me give you some advice though. Greg. Remember psalms fifteen a soft word turns away wrath. So if anyone comes up to you, whether they're antifa. Or just being a jerk. Just give them a water bottle handy. It's the Hugh Hewitt water bottle role. Gamma water bottle say God bless you. Peace be with you and go on your way. But I'm for Donald J Trump, and there you go that's the way to do it. Yeah. Thanks for all you, do my pleasure friend. Let me go down to Texas and talk to Don. Hello, don. How are you? The don. Dongo? Hey, Don, how're you? Good. Thank you, sir. I get sort of tired about the whole privilege thing. You know, we can only be the children of our parents if I had other parents, I'd be a different person an exodus twenty versus five and six talks about generations. And it says that it takes three or four generations to dig ourselves out a whole if our parents grandparents have screwed up in sinned against God. But it says God blesses us two thousand generations. So I don't think I should feel bad. If my parents, and grandparents and great grandparents just like, yours, if they did something good and benefiting from it. Absolutely not. I mean, it is what we are supposed to do. I'm going to play. Thank you for the call. I wanna play Alexandria, you Cortez again. Because there is so much misinformation in here. It's like the I I worked all night to find this and cut this up. It took me a long time to find this. Oh, see who is wonderful. She is terrific. Who do not get that do not drag her on Twitter, hotel privilege a plot at toast privilege at work there. Plotter? However that was generally up for those of you who are listening on sell lamonica for the first time, we keep a a gnome in the office. He's a garden gnome, and he occasionally speaks if I had a producer this show would really quick. But that's that's Dwayne the garden. Gnome and Alexandra Makasi of Cortez said this yesterday, cut number thirteen. And like that is the majority of of a lot of communities how a lot of communities feel and it's because if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without you know, certain privileges, and then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense of taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like our looks like it's really really hard. I mean, she didn't cover yesterday. Ralph Northam talked about allowing babies to die unless the mom says. Okay. Do you want to hear that? Now. I can't listen to it again. It's so disgusting. You know that New York passed and infanticide Bill the privilege that people everywhere has one you see anyone on the street. They had one privilege. They were allowed to be born. And they were not killed in the delivery room that is quite a privilege. We all have privileged alive. We'll have privilege Alexandria, Calcio Cortez has one hell a privilege. She was not murdered in the emergency room and Democrats are reeling. From the fact that America is disgusted and repulsed by their decision on this. But I go back. Everybody's got privilege, and I tell my law students every year you are here because of to history here here because of the history of the west which involves the Jews the Greeks the Romans, the English and the Americans, and I I give them a brief history of nearly everything. How'd you end up in this room? It's because the five great civilizations. The Jews the Greeks the Romans the English in the west you are right here at Chapman Fowler school of law because of those five great general. For generations. And because of Alfred the great you want to watch the last kingdom on Netflix. Great series, you're here because of Alfred the great year here because of Cicero you were here because of Winston Churchill you were here because of Franklin Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan, you're here because of a lot of different people..

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"about eighteen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The talking about eighteen inches in some parts of Pennsylvania. New York is it kinda curls around over there and build some momentum under better them than us what better than than us. Yeah. As I say and pushing nearly a foot little bit south of Chicago. So again, the farther south, you are the more you're likely to get the second thing that's made. This storm hard to project is there is a lake effect component to it which you usually see on the other side of these you know, of the Great Lakes, but in this case, the winds are northeast, so it's our side of Lake Michigan. I live for a year. I think the audience those in south western Michigan for urine Saint Joe Benton harbor, which is straight across the lake from Chicago that winter that I was there all we got was like affects. No because you know, it comes the other way this time around with the lake being still rather warm because of the mild winter that warm air blows on hits the cold air over the land in it creates its own storm system. So that's why the areas near the lake are going to get that second. Round of this that second blast the part of this tomorrow, which is often hard to predict lake effect. Snow can be heard it for the Muros is to predict because it's not really a storm system coming in. And that's why Buffalo New York get so much those it's just lake effect because it's down wind from is that Lake Erie lake interior Yuri. I think isn't it. It's a good question. I don't. Seems like what are you looking at his full redress that you try to bring up Google maps. And see what it says? What he's doing? It's like you're at work. It's at the east end of Lake Erie. It is. Yeah. Okay. I thought it was eerie. So yeah, I'm seeing snow as far east as like the middle of Waukesha county now like p walkie. Right. Flurries around here. But like actual snow on the roads. Kind of snow heavy announced the beginning get it get a busy, but other traffic. That's it. For nineteen news talk eleven thirty w Isan. I'm Tom sucrets Southport Southport's maximizing global warming this winter charging less for furnace tune ups furnace service in new furnaces because unlike the little guys we can't afford to Southport technicians, heat your globe up from the inside out every month. All winter as you open your energy Bill to.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Hit us up your chance to speak on it basil CEO, Amazon one hundred sixty billion dollars already. Now, there's a divorce one hundred sixty billion dollar divorce Mary for twenty five years four children. How much do you feel is fair? Bring Chris to the neighborhood, Chris halo law. Hello there. Chris Chris one hundred sixty billion dollar divorce. How much do you think is fair? I think she should get one million for each year that she was with the guy. Twenty five million out of a hundred sixty billion. Yes. Because you've got to think about it out of the hole with him. Asset. She's got you probably got business. Probably already probably already got a lot of cars from. So. Why do you need that much money, man? I thought that when we had to call they said a billion dollars. So you saying that it's fair is one million dollar for each year in as twenty five years twenty five million. What about what about what about kids even a billion for easier, south of crazy and twenty-five for skin because you have to think about it? He's still wanna take care of his kids. We've carvings. Keep my going to stop. She put in there all the work that she did she probably gave him the idea for Amazon too. But she was just like, maybe it's you go for it. Okay. Now, you pulling a muscle. She gave him. Perations? Amazon Mike hand me. Mckinsey? That's what they would call that. I already so. So you're going to hold your ground that at twenty five years of marriage. One million dollars per year. We're not talking about anything extra for the kids. Because he is going to be taking. Put money making cutting until they get about eighteen. The book is gonna stop taking care of the kids after the war. Right. All that money. So so that'd be something that we had to decide right there. So after twenty five years of marriage, four kids working in everything being together. You say that she deserves how much how much is fair twenty five million. Thirty.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Supporting and defending the constitution. The United States. And I think that when you look at domestic enemies, you look at foreign enemies, like born enemies. You know, certainly, we know who they are. And you could say, you know, like in the early days, you know, England was a domestic enemy in modern days. You know, Russia, China, North Korea are our foreign enemies. So who are for an enemies today? You know, is it is it people who are trying to walk across our border who are trying to. Our per. Of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We're on the minimum now willing to at by our laws in respect our system of government. And my my question for you though, Joey when are you running for congress? Hey. I think that a very very strong case could be made. If you go back to the oath of office parse out those words, I think the president could challenge us, and he could say Chuck and Nancy you weren't living up here. Oath of office. And do you know what that would that would go straight to their heart that they would shudder over that? Because thank you for your service. I appreciate what you're saying. I completely agree with you actually referenced this made the point yesterday days like yesterday are extremely sad to me for that particular reason now that, you know, Democrats took control of the house of representatives specifically, but it is disturbing to me to see all these new congressional representatives Warren, and then have the very first action the death. They're taking be something that is contrary to that oath that they just took again eighty two percent. And this is being generous eighty two percent of the spending of our federal government is truly non essential at least by virtue of the constitution. The you're speaking of only about eighteen percent. It's the. Only non negotiable. It's the only thing that our federal government must do is protect us. It's it provides some basic infrastructure. That's it. And that they are not willing to do it. But heaven forbid, we wrought the status quo with the rest of the federal government. Yeah. It's reprehensible, I agree with you. You're right. But and the buddy is what you, you know, it's the obvious I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one. Mark.

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"about eighteen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"about eighteen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This evening. Our coverage will start just after nine PM, Dave Toler, one half of the outstanding air force hockey. Broadcasts crew will join us in about eighteen minutes. Now, seventeen minutes to discuss that series with that tournament. I should say they'll play Saint Lawrence tonight. And then either Yukon or western Michigan coming up tomorrow. So air force was at the was featured at the Golden Knights game. The other night, they're in Vegas, and I just been a really cool thing for that program. So we'll talk to a tolls about what's been going on. And also have to ask him. You know, we get a little Dave's good about giving us a little peak behind the curtain. How much discussion has there been about air force? Playing on that outdoor sheet of ice in falcon stadium in twenty twenty. It's not official all we have. Now is Adrian daters report dad, it's going to be air force in see the day after the Avs play on it. So we'll get at least. If there's been discussion and how much about that as well. So Dave Toler will join us coming up in just a little bit. Also. You know, don't normally do this usually wheels. And I come with three hours worth of of content and not to say that were short on content. But we don't normally run things back. We'll do what's driving the show here in just a moment. And that kind of hits the highlights of the show so far. But I thought just given the circumstances. I wanna run back. The interview with Steve atwater that we had in our number one. Some of you may be just popping on and didn't get to hear it. So we're going to run that back at the bottom of the hour. If you wanna hear it for the first time or hear it again. So we'll do that as well. Two eight six zero zero four six if you want to get involved in the show. Many of you have thoughts on the Broncos coaching search, which we will take before we are done here. But as I just said got a hit you with kind of what we've been chatting about. So. Far. It's the three stories that are driving the show. As you're driving home hero. The three stories that are driving drive time sports. Brought to you by indigo mortgage because.

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