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The Dan Bongino Show
Pres. Donald Trump Surprises Dan Bongino on 2-Year Radio Anniversary
"The very big congratulations to Dan on the two year anniversary of the great Dan bongino radio show I've done it many times and it's got some real power I know millions join me in wishing you the best and looking forward to many years to come Your spectacular person then congratulations And I will be tuning in to listen Thank you Is that real No it's nod That's Sean That's Sean I'm texting Sean What's his number I'm technically giving there's a video to that How come you guys didn't tell me that Wow all right listen folks Jim hijacked the show from the start today I'm a little wow for me to be kind of without words You know I just I'm for the show's over Sorry folks I had nothing else to say Can we just leave it there Is this the video Wow that is real Look I'm looking at it right now Wow Check that out So it is my two year anniversary on the radio today That was a total surprise folks On my life I had no idea that was happening I really did not have as Jim knows from the rundown this morning I had nothing special planned other than to mention it was a two year anniversary of the show and a couple other things which I said on the podcast but I said it was really nice of them
AP News Radio
Biden marks Memorial Day nearly 2 years after ending America's longest war, lauds troops' sacrifice
"President Biden, marks Memorial Day, honoring those who died fighting for their country. After laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington national cemetery President Biden said every year we remember and every year it never gets easier. We must never forget the price that was paid to protect our democracy. It was never forget. The lives, these flags, flowers, and marble markers represent. It's been almost two years since Biden ended the U.S.'s longest war in Afghanistan. The president has taken pride that his administration has overseen a time of relative peace for the U.S. Military after two decades of war in Afghanistan and Iraq. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Biden, GOP reach debt-ceiling deal, now Congress must approve it to prevent calamitous default
"A debt ceiling deal has been reached by President Biden and the GOP now Congress must approve it to prevent a potentially disastrous U.S. default. Negotiators agreed to some Republican demands for increased work requirements for food stamp recipients, but stopped short of greater spending cuts overall that Republicans wanted, House speaker Kevin McCarthy calls it an agreement in principle worthy of the American people. As historic reductions in spending, consequential reforms and lift people out of poverty into the workforce, Rey and government overreach, there are no new taxes, no new government programs. In a statement, President Biden says the agreement represents a compromise, which means not everyone gets what they want. Central to the compromise a two year budget deal that would hold spending flat for 2024 and increase it by 1% the following year in exchange for raising the debt limit for two years. Support from both parties will be needed to win congressional approval before a projected June 5th government default. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Debt ceiling talks making progress, McCarthy says, as deadline nears
"Talks have narrowed toward reaching a budget deal as the deadline for avoiding a potentially catastrophic debt default approaches. I thought we made progress last night. As he entered the capitol. We got to make more progress now. House speaker Kevin McCarthy said there is more work to do in reaching an agreement with White House negotiators, both sides are getting closer on a two year deal that would both curb federal spending and lift the debt ceiling. We know it's a crunch time. The Treasury Department warns it could run out of money to pay the nation's debts as soon as next Thursday. McCarthy and President Biden are hoping to reach a compromise this weekend. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
The Dan Bongino Show
Mark Levin Congratulates Dan Bongino on 2-Year Radio Anniversary
"I am so honored on my two year anniversary and radio that you would call in the show You gave me my start man I'd be nowhere without you Thanks for doing it Get any B two years Can you believe that Two years And I'll tell you what You are fantastic You are terrific And I want you to keep doing this The nation needs you very very much And two years it does not seem like two years does it No it doesn't market It's the weirdest thing I said to the audience You know when you're younger you know time dilation is real You know the time from first to third grade feels like it's 75 years And then when you get older you like my gosh was that two years ago it's just the weirdest thing I mean it seems like yesterday And I want everyone to understand Mark You're a humble guy but I don't care I don't care if this segment is my show and you're going to take this compliment and you're going to like it damn it This guy folks took a shot on me when nobody else went Well Sean was with me to Sean's a good guy And he was always there for me But Mark Mark said to me he said listen you want to fill in on my show I'd filled in on a radio show like twice I didn't know what I'm doing He's got one of the biggest radio shows in the cosmos And you took a shot on me brother and look what happened Now I'm here on the radio too You know but then it's more than that Maybe I took a shot at and so forth but you were running for office My wonderful wife you're a wonderful wife I forgot to know each other It was very obvious to me that you were a step above many steps above Cop Secret Service but also a guy that studied philosophy and market systems and I would listen to you talk even during your campaigns
AP News Radio
Utah toddler playing outside struck by stray bullet at day care
"A toddler playing outside was struck by a stray bullet at a Utah day care center. Police say a two year old was shot in the head Monday by a stray bullet while playing outside at his day care center in Utah. Day care workers brought the toddler to a nearby hospital after they noticed the child stumbling and bleeding from the face, not knowing what it actually happened. Following scans, doctors found a small caliber bullet lodged in the toddler's head and transported the child to a children's hospital in Salt Lake City. There are open fields directly west of the day care center, and it's believed that the round may have come from that area,
AP News Radio
Rick Hoyt, Who Competed in Races With His Father, Dies at 61
"Boston Marathon fixture Rick hoyt has died at the age of 61. Hoyt and his father dick were well known at the race, Rick hoyt was in a wheelchair because of cerebral palsy, dick hoyt pushed his son in a wheelchair through the course 32 times. His family says Rick hoyt died of complications with his respiratory system, dick hoyt died two years ago. Together, they participated in more than 1000 races, including two athlons in triathlons, a statue of father and son was erected near the Boston Marathon starting
AP News Radio
Uptick in stolen cars across United States linked to viral videos on TikTok, other social media platforms
"TikTok and other social media platforms are thrusting performance crimes like car thefts into the U.S. spotlight. A sharp uptick in thefts of Kia's and Hyundai's over the past two years has been linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security vulnerability to steal the cars. Police say despite voluntary fixes from automakers, waves of thefts have continued illustrating the lingering effects of dangerous content that
AP News Radio
Hyundai, Julie Walker And Kia discussed on AP News Radio
"TikTok and other social media platforms are thrusting performance crimes like car thefts into the U.S. spotlight. A sharp uptick in thefts of Kia's and Hyundai's over the past two years has been linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security vulnerability to steal the cars. Police say despite voluntary fixes from automakers, waves of thefts have continued illustrating the lingering effects of dangerous content that gains traction with teens looking to go viral. Attorneys generals have urged federal intervention and cities and consumers have resorted to lawsuits to hold car companies accountable, still some point the finger at social media platforms unable to remove content at the speed it appears. I'm Julie Walker.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy: Our Debts Are Larger Than Our Entire Economy
"Meanwhile the president of the United States isn't even in the country He's overseas They keep talking about how serious this is And yet it's apparently not serious enough for him to be here You know if it were me our by hour I'd want to know where my team is where are we What can we work on This guy is so aloof Is he not I'll tell you For 97 days he said I'm not going to meet with you and it has to you just have to raise the debt ceiling And what people have to understand what is a debt ceiling Okay It is giving your child a credit card and they spent it on the hit the limit But year after year after year all you did was raise the limit until you owe so much on your credit card You owe more than you make in a year Because what we owe in debt is larger than our entire economy by another 20% So shouldn't you before you raise that limit again actually look at where you're spending money and eliminate waste Look the pandemic is over We have more than $30 billion sitting up there that was appropriated two years ago that was just for the pandemic and hasn't been spent Why don't you bring that money back Why don't you put in work requirements like when Biden was senator who voted for it and Clinton signed in it we found it put it got people jobs It took him out of poverty to jobs and you're only talking about able bodied people with no dependence And it's reasonable
AP News Radio
US and allied naval commanders in Mideast transit Strait of Hormuz, in show of force against Iran
"The midi used to base commanders of three navies have taken part in a show of force against Iran. From the guided missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton, DDT 60. There's nothing necessarily unusual about vice admiral Brad Cooper, the navy's top midi's commander, being on a warship in the Strait of Hormuz, but this part is incredibly rare. Privilege to be joined by my French counterpart and UK counterpart. The three navies were showing a unified approach to keeping the narrow waterway at the Persian Gulf's mouth open to commerce. It is critical to the world's economy, Cooper says, Tehran is trying to disrupt it. Iran has seized or attacked 15 ships in the last two years. The allied naval presence is aimed at deterring them, even while the admirals were aboard the destroyer, three Iranian revolutionary guard fast boats came within a thousand yards, crews aboard all four vessels stood by their machine guns.
AP News Radio
Police officer charged with lying about leaks to Proud Boys leader
"A Washington police officer has been arrested and charged with lying about leaking confidential information to an extremist group leader. In indictment alleges Metropolitan Police lieutenant Shane lamothe ward, former Proud Boys leader at rique tarrio two years ago that there was an arrest warrant for tarrio related to group members destroying a Black Lives Matter banner. Le Mans also charged with obstruction. Tarrio was convicted earlier this month on seditious conspiracy charges related to the capitol riot. Jurors in that trial, her testimony that Le Mans often gave tarrio internal information about law enforcement operations, leading up to the riot, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Biden Caught Lying About Reducing Deficit by $1.7 Trillion
"Biden at The White House today cut to go And I'm proud of the progress my administration has made We reduced the deficit in the first two years by $1.7 trillion in the first two years So stop See what I mean Now he's gotten he's gotten called out by The Washington Post He's gotten called out by even the radical left fact checkers to stop saying that Because it is provably a lie But he doesn't care because he knows most people don't read The New York Times Most people don't give a damn what fact checkers have to say Most people are not engaged on what's taking place So he just says it He's a liar I want to get better Go ahead Proposed a bunch of reduced another $3 trillion over the next decade Another 3 trillion over the next decade So then I guess we don't need to raise the debt ceiling do we mister producer If he's reducing the debt left and right if he's reduced that debt by $1.7 trillion over two years then why do we have to raise that debt limit Hello That doesn't even make any sense Now when I talk about deadbeats we're $31.7 trillion in the hole Deadbeats to our children and our grandchildren and generations yet born That's a deadbeat You want to talk about deadbeats over 350 $1 trillion $1 trillion in obligations If you're a corporation you have to put them on your book Retirement healthcare all the rest of it $350 trillion You want to talk about deadbeats That's a deadbeat
Biden Vetoes Bipartisan Resolution Resuming Solar Tariffs
"Biden vetoes bipartisan bill protecting U.S. solar panel makers from Chinese competition So Biden keeps forcing us into industries that are controlled by the communist Chinese So let's take a look at this from Fox President Joe Biden vetoed a bipartisan resolution Yesterday that would have reversed his executive action last year in which he ordered the Department of Commerce not to enforce tariffs on Chinese solar panel manufacturers for two years So in other words they were trying to force him force him To enforce those tariffs By an explained that the passed by Democrats and Republicans By an explained that the legislation which recently passed the House and Senate with Democrat support quote bets against American innovation Really last year Biden implemented the 24 month moratorium only enforcement of solar panel anti circumvention tariffs designed to protect U.S. companies and move The White House said would facilitate investment in domestic solar panel production Capabilities I hope you're all following this Passage of this resolution bets against American innovation he said It would undermine these efforts and create deep uncertainty for American businesses and workers in the solar industry Therefore voting it That makes no sense in its intended to make no sense
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Report Reveals NY Times Lies for 2 Years
"According to you, you checked The New York Times never reported the Columbia journalism review. Columbia, it's an amazing because Columbia school of journalism is quite on the left. And they reported that Washington Post New York Times just lied for two years. And it doesn't matter to a single reader of The New York Times. Does it matter? Nothing matters. The mindset of the liberal forget the leftist, the leftist, is simply there to destroy everything we have held precious in America. Whether it's the nuclear family, or late night comedy, that they are just destroyers. There's something empty in their soul and it hates order happiness. I can't fully explain it. But the liberal who shares none of the values of the left. Hates the right more than it hates the left. It's been drilled into them that we are the enemy. So nothing that comes out will change their voting pattern. Not even their kids being taught that there are two sexes. The liberal parent, generally, is fine with it. They're fine with it because they don't want to know about it. We're thinking to find out about it in New York Times, LA times.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Is Every Institution Corrupted?
"Can you think of an institution that has not been corrupted? I don't mean an organization. Of course there are terrific organizations, but institution, the medical institution, and academic institution, media institution, I can't think of any. Sports Illustrated second year in a row features a trans woman. As its cover for its swimsuit issue. Maybe they will be blow packed like there was with regard. To. Bud Light, but one wonders what if the women, what do the women who pose in the swimsuits for Sports Illustrated think about a man who has been surgically sculpted to look like a woman,
The Charlie Kirk Show
We Wasted Two Years on the Trump-Russia Hoax!
"Back before the midterms, 54% of Americans think Trump's dealings with Russia were unethical or illegal. Going right into the midterms. We wasted two years of unified congressional control on hearings about this garbage. It was all a con and they're just laughing because they say, we got away with it. They hijacked the media narrative, Adam Schiff, he goes out, he says, I have a good evidence. Can we get that clip of Adam shifty Schiff? I have on good evidence that Donald Trump is colluded with a foreign power. It's all nonsense, but they had to take out Jeff Sessions. I know that you guys in the audience don't like Jeff Sessions. That's fine. I'm going to defend him a little bit. He was awesome on immigration. One of the best. And he was very good on gang violent crime. Very, very good. Now look at the difference between Jeff Sessions and Rosenstein. They took out Sessions basically by making recuse himself based on a lie. So they took out Donald Trump's super based super conservative attorney general based on a lie. The carnage that happened because of this lie is not just like, oh yeah, we wasted some time. And Jeff Sessions is way too old fashioned on this. He trusted the FBI. Maybe 30 years ago that would have made sense, but not today. I have negative faith in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. But look, by the way, somebody says Charlie, I know you're upset, but stop calling us smelly Walmart Walmart people. I didn't say that. That's what Peter strzok said in his text message is everybody, okay? I was quoting Peter strzok. Jeez. I would never say something like that. That's literally what your FBI said about you. Just to clarify on you 'cause we got a couple emails about it. So Adam Schiff came on TV. Adam Schiff on a TV, he said, Donald Trump deceived us. He said, insisted multiple times he had direct evidence of Trump Russian collusion. This whole thing was a hoax. And by the way, they also did this for a different reason. There were so many reasons why they had to do this. They deeply about why else would they try to make Russian Trump seem like a Russian agent. They did this so that Trump would overcompensate and not get close to Russia geopolitically. Because the neoliberal regime in D.C. would hate nothing more than Putin and Trump working in harmony to go against the Chinese Communist Party.
TEST - 2023-05-29 - Soaking Up the Cider - burst 01
"To claim anything that Apple make on limits is a first class citizen at all right. Yes, okay. Well, that's fair. So yeah, the motivations for going through this process were we moved to all three of us have got iPhone now for nearly two years and we have the iCloud family planned to do phone backups and all of that stuff. And it hadn't really landed with me that in amongst that collection of services you get Apple music subscription. So as we've mentioned in prior conversations, the cost of living is going up in the UK, so we've been scrutinizing where we're spending money, and it occurred to me, we're paying for a Spotify service and an Apple music service and we're not using both of them. So one of them should probably get ejected. Now, the long and short of it is, it's Spotify that's going after some 12 years of being a customer. And
"about two years" Discussed on WTOP
"On any project, still about two years away. At 6 O 5, an employee at a local university is under arrest on child pornography charges, more from WTO's Luke lucrative. Maryland state police arrested 41 year old William Gomez of elkridge Thursday after a two month investigation Gomez worked at the university of Maryland in their IT department, the school confirmed that he has worked there since 2004 and has now been placed on administrative leave when officials surged his computer. They say they found multiple child pornography files. Gomez faces ten counts of possession and three counts of distribution of child pornography, as well as one count of creating a computer image of an apparent child engaged in sexual conduct. Luke Luger WTO P news. 6 O 5 now and two children are dead after being struck by an Amtrak train running from New York to D.C. yesterday afternoon. Officials say it happened not far from a park in Chester Pennsylvania, just south of Philadelphia. An Amtrak spokesperson says the northeast regional train was stopped at around four 40 yesterday afternoon because of a trespassing incident. Officials say they're working to confirm the victims ages, it's not known why the kids were near the tracks. Each tax season states are on guard for tax returns that may not be on the up and up. And this year with some questionable submissions that earn some tax preparers, a red flag from the state of Maryland. In all this year, 13 tax repairs were flagged and had their E piling privileges revoked. Maryland controller brook Lehman says some of the things you'll see are multiple tax returns that look alike and don't have exact numbers. You notice patterns. And so when we see those kinds of patterns, that pulls up a red flag to our revenue administration team. She said you'll see cases of tax repairs taking advantage of their clients. Overcharging them or submitting filings that are fraudulent. Of the 13, a good deal of them were out of state, though there were a handful from the D.C. region, those flags do have the ability to ask for a review of the decision Mike Morello WTO P news. National checkup day for women is coming up may 8th. Doctor say scheduling one type of
"about two years" Discussed on WTOP
"You, Dave. Now to the top stories we're following for you on WTO in about two years, it might be illegal to turn right on red at most intersections in the nation's capital. The council passed a bill today and sent it on to the mayor if she signs it that law could take effect in January of 2025. Metro is cracking down on fair evaders, a warning period runs until next month, then metro transit police will begin issuing fines for anyone not paying for their train or bus ride. Tesla's CEO Elon Musk has changed course again. He's now agreed to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Twitter stock jumped 22% on the news. Musk is a mercurial figure and observers say this story could once again change. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. Hollywood is tarnished, and we're not talking about tinseltown itself rather the very famous sign that sits above it. Turns out the letters are looking old and rusted, so like many of the town stars, it's getting a facelift. They've already been power washed and deep rusted, and it looks like they're going to bring that sign back to its youthful glow after 250 gallons of primer and white paint. That's a big deal considering it'll be a hundred next year. Sadly, Sean the same option does not work for us. Too bad. Up ahead and money news. Rallied another 825 points today. Virginia's biggest school is getting more diverse. I'm Jeff clay. 6 18. Traffic
860AM The Answer
"about two years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Vengeance. And and that you know, you get on the list of banks that are too big to fail. And you can't on the one hand you do everything Italian. On the other hand, you're protected right now. It's an aside Larry on picking up from where we were. Detroit 78,000 abandoned buildings and they're trying to tear them down. I often wonder why don't they qualified people who are craftsman and give them to them. Why don't they Homestead Detroit? Uh, well, you know, you need for that to flourish. You need conditions of law and order and stuff like that. And you need liberty, The liberty for the people who get them to act. And, uh, you know, they're actually struggling to work on those things in Detroit and God bless them in their efforts. When you see Governor Snyder, tell them to look at the Homestead Act now, Palmerino. Now, in our last half hour, we have to turn to the twist that American unionism took, which is to public employment. Now, you wrote two years ago more than just about two years ago, actually in the Wall Street Journal, how public unions became so powerful and they are powerful. They're growing so powerful, in fact, that they're going to bankrupt California and New York, and they have bankrupted Detroit. Does does this self correct or in fact, that the tipping point get passed long ago? Well, it looks the rise of public sector unions only became possible when the states began to permit them by law. And Wisconsin was the first of these to do that 1958 because ironic that it Wisconsin sort of the battleground for Scott Walker trying to reverse that. Yeah. He was my guest last week talking about that? Yep. Yeah, And it's It's sense. I think it was just at that moment in American history. America was so prosperous things have been going so well for so long, and we had no competition after World War two. We had made adjustments in private sector unionism so that it didn't seem so dangerous anymore. And I think for a while, the American people thought, well, yeah, we can afford to do this. We can let public employees unionize, and it will still be okay. But they didn't realize is that they were bargaining away. The money of generations down the road, in fact, in the incentives for them to sort of differ for elected officials to defer until the future the promises they were making at the bargaining table with the people who had contributed to their own election. I mean, there was a built in moral hazard in public sector bargaining. Larry are in What is your opinion on the constitutionalism of the federal government authorizing the state government to breach these contracts, otherwise expanding the bankruptcy power to encompass state and local governments because these contracts are killing America? Well, if the federal government can't do it itself in the contract, Close says it can't then it can't authorize other entities to do it, and most of the state constitutions say they can't do it. The contracts clause, um remains in its only formed To be applied against governments advantage in themselves vis a vis private sector. But this is all public sector staff. I'm not sure the contracts clause was intended to protect public contracts with public entities which are public unions. Well, okay, but, um, the the, uh, you know, first of all, they ought not to have made these contracts. And their self dealing when they make them their self dealing in two respects. One is they're they're they're representing management. But really, it's somebody else's money, and most of these things have long term consequences that extend beyond the careers of the politician to make them. And the second respect is these people are very organized in politics, and they, you know they're the strongest single force I think in in American politics today, public sector unions And so they can help them a lot and and hurt him a lot if they don't do what they want, So that's why I don't think their contracts in the sense that the American founders thought of contracts. So you'd say they're made under duress. And so they're not legitimate contract, not legitimate contracts because they are, in fact not between two private parties bargaining And that's what the contracts cause was intended to do is to stop land getting constantly passed around by virtue of of of new legislation canceling previous agreements, and so I think they're outside of it. But the question nevertheless, remains. There's a federalism question. Should the federal it's come to save the states from their own folly? Yeah, well, you do need, um, You know, you need a mechanism to get out from under these things. And most of the efforts, by the way are you know prospective in their nature. The government's not broke yet. The people of the United States not broke yet And so if you start fixing their things now they'll work their way through and remember what we're talking about here. I mean, in some states, you can have two careers in government. By the time you're 50, and you can have two pensions. And in some states, you can enjoy one of those pensions while you're still working for the government. Dr Marino the As I said, I'm from a union town. You I w ran. Warren, Ohio Politics. Northeastern Ohio is a deep blue part of the country because of the U A W and the steel workers, But they never got greedy. There was lots of corruption right. Like the Teamsters, there would be occasional corruption within unions, but they never tried to kill the entity that fed them. I don't think that's true about public unions. I think that They have no incentive not to kill the entity because they think the entity can endlessly tax the taxpayer. Am I right about this fundamental difference? That's gonna be a big question in terms of the survival of public sector unions in the future in that, if they really want to stick fast on the point, you were just talking about about these pension promises being non negotiable. Then there are going to be you're going to be facing, you know, serious, large scale fiscal problems, and I think then you'll see the kind of public release Action that you did in in Wisconsin, and so, and unions often face this problem where, you know, do we want to make the best deal We can for our our senior and retiring people. But if that comes at the expense of new entrance into the union, then you're not going to exist in the future. How is how are private sector unions doing Palmerino in 2014 the year that this conversation First Air's there about exactly where they were 100 years ago before the federal law began to try to promote Organized labor. So there somewhere around 7% of the private sector workforce is unionized. Isn't that isn't that fascinating? They They did sort of undo themselves in that because there were places for businesses to go out of a state like Michigan when it was very pro union you had capital over the course of time was able to find places that were just more you know, more friendly to job creation. Now, Are you yourself, grateful that American labor organized when it did in order to prevent the Wobblies and more radical forces from radicalizing working America during the Depression, And even before that, in the late 19th century, where you had, you know, anarchists going back at least the 18 eighties and the Haymarket bombings you had did have movements towards A sindical isn't socialism in America. So I think the AFL was very healthy thing, and that it did channel the main course of American labor development in ways that were better than those and also, even though the NFL leaders are sometimes inconsistent about this, they did often say that they just that they were completely voluntary, non coercive institutions. That they just wanted the government to leave them alone to let them organize and used to use their market power. They get often that was not born out in the way they behaved, But they did at least express a philosophy of voluntarism that.
"about two years" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"Tax code to so So that basically describes that you know they're going to be asking them if they develop sars co two now if you remember the episode previous where i go over the pfizer document and the animals all the animals within about two years develop the spike proteins in their bodies and it did develop stars code to in their bodies.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"about two years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Were received from 80 countries. And this was selected so We went to the next stage of how to build it. We had submitted alabaster, but alabaster was too soft. And we were experimenting many experiments with materials trying to think how we could have this kind of shimmer. And we ended up with Borosilicate and Borosilicate glass is, you know it's very strong and if you break borosilicate rods just so and melt them. We ended up with this new material. This new cast glass, which took us about two years to make it had this quality that we loved this idea of the embodied light. But on the inside, we wanted something with a soft light, like the inner lining of a jacket on the outside. You have protection, but on the inside you touch it. So we found this tiny vein in a huge pour in Portugal. With this beautiful stone, which the owner had kept for seven generations. His family waiting for the right project if you can believe it. It's beautiful and the way it lights up, and it has that translucent quality. And then because of the way this temple was designed During the day. The light is moving because the sun is moving, and so there's an Oculus at the top. And there's these slivers of light and the whole figure is moving with the day. And in the early morning than light in the temple is beautiful blue. You know that dawn might. And then the afternoon you have to experience is this beautiful Sunset orange light, the whole temple becomes Completely immersed in this afternoon Sunset light and then, of course at night. It reverses itself where it becomes emanating light, so.
KFI AM 640
"about two years" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Saturday, right until the top of the hour. And if you're still on the phone at the top of the hour, just stay put. Even though I'm off the air, I'll still answer your phone call. I will go through it, so don't hang up and out. Let's get back more handle on the law marginal legal advice. All right, Thomas, You've been there forever. Uh, let's go for it. Hello, Thomas. Hi, Bill. Yes. Oh, okay, Bill. Um, I want for Uber and I recently about two years ago, had a car. I said that Um, I had gap insurance. For two years and a half. I was assuming that they had taken care of it. Gap Insurance, said that there wasn't going to take care of it. Not only that it is not legend Abo where it could read it. They said over two years ago that there was been trying to reach me, which is a lot Okay, It's what's not legible. My my writing of the gap in shows that I signed over three years ago a minute. What would be your your what? Your signature is not legible. Yeah, it doesn't have to be when people sign their their signatures with excess. Okay? Yeah, my partner caring. It's a K and then a line. Uh and she has a complicated last name. There's something that says your signature has to be legible. Matter of fact, A lot of signatures aren't so that's a crock. I figured it was not only that Bill, I, uh, the two days after I had an accident went back there, and I got another call from the same dealer. Now they're saying to me that they're not going to honor the gap insurance if I continue to work for uber, Okay, hang on. All right? Yeah. Hang on a minute. First of all, there's a gap insurance exclude. Being a driver for uber lift or any of the driving services. No, it doesn't doesn't say a word about that. And what is that? And the claim you made for the gap insurance was for what? What kind of coverage? You know, like, uh, you know, like you've always said if there was, you know, cover the stuff that couldn't you know, take care of, for example, is only covered like $4000. Oh, 4000 you owe that you on the car? Yeah. Okay. Got it. All right, And they're refusing and refusing to pay all of that. The gap insurance? Yes, they are right. You have to see. Um All right. You got to you have to sue him. You have no choice. Have to sue him. Yeah, but I mean, if they're not, if they're not going to pay, all you can do is sue. Okay, Bill. Also they sent me a letter saying that if I continue to work for uber now that they're not going to honor the captain sure that I got again. Well, they can't change it after the fact If you have gap insurance that excludes or doesn't exclude being a driver for a driving service. They can't just say Oh, By the way, we've changed our minds. We're not going to honor it. You can't change contracts in the middle of contracts. So as far if you've paid for the gap insurance. Uh and it ends at a given time You're covered for that time. Now they can say starting a new contract. We're not going to honor it. That's just we have a new deal here, and we're Yeah. So I'm a little confused. Uh, did you sign it? Did you sign up with the same Gap insurance company? Yes, I did a time that Yes, I did. And everything because I talked to the guy after I had the accident is everything was covered by my insurance company sent them the information. They still didn't do anything looking for over two years. Yeah, you've gotta you have to sue them. You have no choice. Uh, it depends on the company. And, uh, you know, the third party insurances are kind of bizarre. Um Okay? Hello, Shauna Europe. Welcome. Hi. Yeah. People phone. Hi. I have a question about a lien on my property. It's farmers insurance. It's for $25,000. Okay, the insurance company put a lien on your property. Uh, yes. Why did I? Why would it ensure? What What? What? What is the circumstance? An insurance company would put a lien on your property. In 2000 and three lady hit my boat. I was telling my boat and I didn't have help. I didn't have insurance. Okay, check literally. Yeah, so anyway, so her insurance? Yeah. She claimed she had medical damages. Somebody segregation claim, okay. Yeah. So it was $8000 in 2000 and three and I blew it off. Never paid it, but, you know, So they Yeah. So fast forward 20 years later. Go to refinance my house, and here's a A lien for farmers Insurance for $25,000. Okay, So the collection agency that's covering this, um, are taking care of this Moline or whatever is in Calabasas called Guarantee collection. It doesn't matter, Okay, They want $45,000 to pay it off. The pain is not that you. Yeah, but if you owe 25,000 maybe the Lien when was a lien filed? 2015. Okay, So that was okay. So now you're talking What? Six years ago? Seven years ago? Yeah. I mean, the interest rates keep really climbing. It's time to negotiate with these companies. And I mean hard negotiation, by the way. Uh, you understand how many kinds of idiot you were for just ignoring a claim? You know that we're not dealing with it? Because look at this, 8000 is now $45,000. Isn't that pleasant? You've got to negotiate. You've got to negotiate with them. But the point is, is, uh they have a lien on $25,000. I'm not going to foreclose on it. Uh, but obviously it's going to destroy your credit. All right. It can help you very much, and you owe it depending on their paperwork..
The Mom Room
"about two years" Discussed on The Mom Room
"Because i didn't want him to get addicted to it and get used to it. Anyways ended up that that did happen because when they're super young and they're fussing and you know not in a good mood it really does comfort them and so it's hard as a parent to know that you can give them a little thing that they can suck on and they'll be super comforted. It's hard to not do that. In those moments so anyways he was a suitor child. He liked having a sooner. I was always kind of aware of when he had it but to be honest like he probably had it more than he should have more than what is recommended. But it worked for us in those moments where you know. It would help him go to sleep. It would help him if he woke up in the middle of the night and then once he was old enough to be able to find it in his crib he would put it back in his mouth and fall back asleep. If we were in the car and he started whining or crying. We would give him a su there and it was good like it was just so helpful for those situations. That can be super stressful. And so obviously when you have that little secret weapon to deal with those moments it's terrifying to think that you have to get rid of it because it's like oh you start picturing yourself in all these situations and not having it and it's like it just seems like a life. I did not want to be living. So i believe when my low was about two years old. Maybe yeah probably around two or just before two years old. We started really trying to get him to have the su there when he was napping or at bedtime. So this took a while to transition. And it wasn't like you know one day he had it all day in the next day. That's it like it was only. When he was sleeping we would kind of feel out his mood and the situation and sometimes he would gladly leave his souder in his crib in the morning and it was totally fine but then sometimes you know he would hurt himself and he would cry for his souder so we would give it to him and then it was hard to take it away so it was like a little bit all over the place but we always tried to make it a point to.
"about two years" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Me all these cuts when you've grown. That's a big trick. How you think it's a woman that you thought he was humping does not assist you just made yourself she sounds hurt Sounds. It sounds like she got hurt your painting and you write it down. You're renewing your music, but this is the first time she's actually kind of opening up about that break up in an interview that she recently did, she said, I've learned that the world doesn't stop for anybody. And it's for sure not going to stop for me because I got my heart broken. And that must be hard to not only I mean, we All been through breakups, and they stay suck. You want to be able to just like sit at home and be sad, But sometimes when you're famous, you can't do that. Everyone's all up in your business. They want to know what's happening. Everyone has an opinion. Social media is the devil like everything exactly, And but you know what it seems like She's on her way to healing and getting better After this break up, she said, You know, I could give my attention to something that could drain me or I could focus on what would empower me and that is this shoot. So she was talking about the photo shoot she was doing with this interview. And she has a lot of new goals as well. She wants to, you know, build an empire, she said. She looks up to people like Rianna. She's like I want to be able T o when I grow up. I wanna be Rianna on which I think is good. Because that happens to a lot After break up, you throw yourself into work and you focus on it. I was single for a long time after a bad break up because I was one I was to her, but I was like, you know what? How long did the pain last I would still hurts being Don't tell my husband. No, It was probably about two years so I could honestly go. You know what I wish the best for him until I can get to that point because he had wrote me a letter And he was like trying to get in contact back with me. And every time I would go to write back, I would be like you did this instead of that, and I would get mad. So I go not ready to write that letter yet, right? No. But I did come to a point where I said, Here's a man. Never one thing yesterday around your radios. Neighborhood Real 92 3, You can kiss me Bradley Traffic Center, a sig alert in place on the 1 38, both East and west bound F B 18. All lanes are blocked in both directions due to a crash. Traffic is being diverted around the crash, but it's backed up for more than a mile in both directions. This report is sponsored by Taco Bell. The chili craving spots is an abundant collection of Taco Bell favorites like the Loop, a beefy five layer burrito, plus ships and natural cheese sauce and the medium drink. Watch your wildest cravings come true at participating US locations for a limited time Only drinks excludes freezes. I'm Lonnie Swain with traffic on romantic to three. Ella's new home for hip hop. You started your own online store. You're doing what you love selling products People want and orders are coming in fast. Well, now,.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"about two years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Nuggets had on their summer league team just about two years ago, and, um, he had 24 points. Gets the Lakers. He looked really good. Um, it's not that he's unstoppable. But if you have you allowed him to get going, that he could make some shots and do some things on the basketball court from the three pointer to the mid range all the way to the rim, So I think they have some individuals that are pretty good. You mentioned a Mamadou Diallo. It made you feel it was we were talking Offline about that. Just a very energetic players. They have individuals that you just got to make sure that they don't get away from you outside of that causes, right? That's it. Well, don't ever you don't from? Don't forget about our guy. You know, Alexey Oko, Chef Ski. Okay. Broadcasters dreams, right? That's right. I cost. How about the keys to the contest for me? Burt? There's there's honestly I guess I do have three in dental chime in Number one Like I said a moment ago. Is this this team thunder? They're They're really good attacking the rim. So you got a club the paint. You can't let them go right to the rim and get a bunch of layups. All mine now, conversely, Are absolutely horrendous at defending the same thing on the other on the other end of the floor, so Denver should attack the rim against the Oklahoma City Thunder. So might be like a drive and dish kind of a game here tonight. And then I think the last one verte and I've said this often before is you know when you played a team like the thunder, same thing with against Cleveland, take this thing seriously, man in the NBA team could be any other MBA team on any any given night. So come out and be professional. Take care of business. Yes, Yes, no doubt about it. You all off the paint? I would say this. This is a high pace team. I think it's a top 10 team and paces well, so your transition defense is gonna be taxed a little bit. Could be pressured a little bit. So make sure that you're getting back and making the play five on five things is almost exactly the same as the Cleveland Game plan, because especially without signals. Just how will you get back? You making play 555 feel Mr shot. You get the reason you come back down and you score. S o, You know, just to make sure you're dialed in all right, gentlemen, as always good job. We will continue with the points that pregame show after a quick time.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"about two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hi last to do and very little time. Let's hit our poll questions really quickly through the baseball one first, Um, what would you rather have is a White Sox fan Liam Hendriks, which the Sox have? Or Nelson Cruz of the H and Alex Column A as a closer what they say Tyler. All right, some scrolling through right now. One second you were You didn't expect me to start with that one. Yeah. Okay. So right now the polls are saying they like Liam Hendriks. They like what they got right now. 63% Okay about 37% leaning the other way towards Nelson Cruz. I'm with I'm in the Liam Hendriks cried too. Okay. Okay. Who would you rather have is the Bears quarterback next season? That Carson Wentz, Sam, Donald James Winston and Mr Risky Last I looked. This was really close. Yeah, And it still is. I'm surprised for a four option pole. Everyone's got at least 22% of Vote to use Robiskie leads the way at 28%, followed by Donald at 26% Winston at 22.8%. And Carson wants a 22.5%. Okay, well, true brewskies, the devil we know. Yeah, it is right there. Sometimes it's better than the W W Don't Which of these rock bands would or should perform in the future Super Bowl? You want to go through that with the people said first, then we talk about. Yeah. People are all over food fighters, then 41% of 41%. And then you've got Metallica 22%, a CDC at 19. And then queen. Here's Why I'm selling Queen, Okay? Because of Adam Lambert, you've got a band that is iconic, with iconic songs that are used in sports. They surely a lot of ways in sports. Then you've got Adam, which is a dynamic performer that is a newer performer with an older band. I think that that's Ah Bull's eye. We are the champions. We will write you, Patrick Mahomes or talked earlier this week talked about Two years ago. What Tom Brady told him at the NFC Championship game. I didn't talk to him after the game, and so when I was kind of in the locker room, walking about the walkout, Actually, he came in and he got get the security to let him in. And he just kind of Said the man who had a heck of a season. Hey, knew he knows what it's like to win a lot of big games. He knows what it's like to lose some big games. Not not many, but a few and so And so he just said Man, you have to keep keep grinding, he said. He loved the way that I played, and it was. It was awesome for him to do that, and kind of show that class at such a exciting moment to very cool Quarterbacks Day, two very classy quarterbacks. And speaking of classy Tom Brady on Jimmy Kimmel the other day reading some of his mean tweets. Tom Brady seems like the kind of man who does I don't know how to use a wrench. It's kind.
MTR Network Main Feed
"about two years" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"On one. If you don't listen to me all the time which rude jus me now. it doesn't. There's no other books you gotta read. There's a tight at one point but you don't read that there's no other things hunt down. It's a straight shot. One forty four more. This is a bundle of where gorging. What are you doing read superhero comics. That aren't about two years now.
"about two years" Discussed on KTRH
"All right, as quick as we Can. We have enough time hopefully to get two calls in. So let's start with Barbara would. Forest Morning, Barbara Morning. I have a Bogan villa that I've had parted up for about two years. Can I turn that back? Yes. And you should Should you do that every year after coming out of winner? Absolutely, because the new that pruning along with the new growth and the other proper care and feeding practices is what gets you the change in the color of the modification of the Brax just leaving it alone. Not proving it. Sometimes it was just grow green grow green grow green. That's what I've been having a lot of it just grows green. I get a little bit of the color, but not very much. Um, I believe since I'm still at the garden line, main page. I believe we have a bougainvillea tip sheet. You can go on kind of Overview yourself. It's in the tip archive. I believe. Boum II. This there is about 10 Tip sheets down alphabetically is bougainvillea and it talks about the things you do to provide the pruning the stress that it needs and then the feeding with bougainvillea food to get to the modification of the Brax, which gets you the tips of color change on the end of each branch. When do you trim it? Then? Do I wait for you? You can and should trim it very, very often. Occasionally. Couple inches here and there all the time. If I need to do a major, we need to do a major one. Give me two more weeks. Let's figure out if we're done with freezing weather. The worst thing you could do is put it back and then get a freeze. Yeah. All right. All right. Good deal. Don't hear music, So I'm gonna give one more college Chance. Bill Spring final call for the day. What's up? Randy, I have a yesterday contained tomorrow. Bush and I wondering when should I trim it? Coming up again. Let's make sure keep listening. We're going to definitely I. I usually think March 1st is a good time. I'm actually gonna have to go back and find some information for you Just Hang with me for another week. Don't touch it. So you're in spring? Yeah, don't touch it. If you're in spring for at least one more week, we'll talk about it If you'll call me next weekend with a little more detail, but I'm going to say.
"about two years" Discussed on KTRH
"Yeah, And then after about two years to do that is like you might as well Just do it. Both days E get up. If that same hour anyway, might as well so That was why we're 6 to 10. And then you know, obviously the six o'clock hour on a Sunday morning, less people are up than they are on Saturday morning and Thus, we don't have as many calling in. That's why we can do deeper dives on your questions. I could also talk about stuff little more intensely round here. 713 to 1 to Katie reaches the number You call in for one of those deep dive questions this morning 713 to 125874, as we said yesterday will say it again today. I'd love to help you hone in on a fruit tree choice. There are None of these extension fruit tree sales, Urban Harvest Harris County, Montgomery County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County Extension Fruit Tree sells Brazoria County summer doing them virtually, but that doesn't help you go walk amongst all those fruit trees like people love to do back in January's in February's of years gone by. And kind of get an idea which fruit tree they want. And so, obviously is. You're walking around. You're not talking to the fruit tree experts or those extension Master gardeners s O. I want to help along those lines this year because I know the nurseries and garden centers are getting well stocked are are well stocked on fruit trees, Citrus, especially Lot of avocados. The stone fruits that work in this region than the independent nurseries and garden Center will have the right stone through. That's a discussion for an entirely different day. Which we kind of came up yesterday. The chill hours requirement. Be very, very careful when buying fruit trees. From big box stores from mass merchandisers they by mass numbers they buy. What's what's What's readily available both of them in mass numbers, so they end up getting varieties that aren't good for this area. Give you a perfect example. The Alberta Peach requires about 800 chill hours, where lucky to get 300 in the Houston region. Big box stores sell the same peaches that they do and like northern Georgia and the Carolinas and that in Alberta peaches and perfect example of that, and so you'll see that a big box stores here Same thing holds true for certain apples. You'll see red delicious apples at big box stores. Mass merchandisers. They won't grow here. Not enough Chill, Arizona say there's this like 1000. So you have to be very specific on the stone fruit trees. And then in this region, we can do a myriad of Citrus. Whereas I think it's kind of funny if like these Citrus trees end up north of the Mason Dixon line, all these big box stores and their regional purchasing powers, they're not gonna work up there either. Unless the people have a greenhouse, some to think about today, but I would love to help keep Picking out those fruit trees for you. I've got my list. As we said, and I admitted yesterday I was ill prepared last weekend for that and realize it was coming up. Those kind of questions are gonna come to me that I kind of always have let you guys slough off to the experts and all the fruit tree sales. But let me be that Those eyes and ears for you in 2021. My gut instinct tells me that in 2022, they'll get back to those big time. Fruit tree cells, which would be good for everyone doesn't mean you don't buy fruit trees this year. Get him at the independent nurseries and garden centers and the right kind. But if you need help finding where to get them, you always call me If you need help picking out what you want. You always give me a call 713 to 1 to Katie rates that 713 to 125874. Let's get things started with Dan in spring. First in first up, it's how it works around here, 713 to 1 to ktrh that 713 to 1258741 little P ece. My go deeper into this next segment. Cause I have now seen two e mails along these lines. People looking for barricade the pre emergent herbicide, which is part of our fertilization schedule, and it's important to get out February 1st. Well, first of all, it's just January 17. So don't hit the panic button. Most of the people that sell barricade and other pre emergent herbicides as part of the fertilization schedule. They sold out probably in November, up to the first two December because we had a big window of opportunity for pre emergent er beside this past fall. So they sold out they haven't restocked yet. So there there's what I'm trying to say. Don't hit the panic button. Plus they normally I mean, Historically, they're used to buying certain things at certain times and ordering certain things at certain times their ordering practices to always have it on hand February 1st, so that's two weeks from now. Have a little patience. Well, it will be restocked. You don't have to put it out today. Dan Spring get us started this morning. Yeah. Randy. Hey, I called you last month. And actually, I've got a hedge of Japanese blueberries. I wanted to spray doorman oil on them as a preventative had scale issues in the past. You told me to call you back in a month. Here I am. What are you doing today? What am I doing? You want to know if it's time to spray it? What are you doing today? Sounds like a goat. That's ago. Thea answer would be I'm gonna be spraying Norman Oil spray. Okay. Now, if I could beg of you, though, I would look for not just dormant oil spray. Look for one called all seasons. Okay, I think I've got it. It's the most readily available horticultural oil spray out there, and it's Let's just say hypothetically, we were going and we're about to go through so high temperatures in the seventies and low temperatures in the fifties. Who that's something I need to do today? Who? Thank you, Dan. If Enterprise I give it to you just remind me of someone wanted to dive deep in today, and that's the upcoming weather patterns. Um If you'll use the all seasons..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"about two years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Since millions of jobs were lost in April. The U. S economy not only failed to gain some back in December, it lost 140,000. It was mostly driven by the 372,000 jobs cut by bars and restaurants. Because of both new covert shutdowns and cold weather that made outdoor dining almost impossible. Most economists predicted some improvement, maybe 50,000. But gains in a few other industries, including retail factories and construction failed to offset the losses, which were also big and hospitality and leisure overall. Also not helping all the delays in passing and signing the coronavirus relief package. The overall jobless rate remained steady at 6.7%. Boeing is paying $2.5 billion to settle a Justice Department investigation into whether it misled regulators about it's 7 37 Max jets before the two fatal crashes rock hell, Solomon reports the settlement would lift the legal cloud that has hung over the company for about two years. Are. Prosecutors have been probing high profile lapses by Boeing and telling the FAA about the shortcomings on the max before and after the accidents. The settlement includes a $243 million fine. More than $2 billion in compensation to airline customers and families of crash victims. I'm her health Solomon Elon Musk is now the richest person in the world, overtaking Jeff Bezos by a couple of billion bucks. Musk is worth about 190 billion now, but an investor made famous by the book and movie the Big short for shorting the housing market before the 2000 and collapse is telling musk to enjoy what we can. Michael Burry is now shorting Tesla at a time when many other investors Shorted Tesla. All during last year's stratospheric 750% rise have thrown in the towel and Amazons Prime Pantry service that delivered groceries and household essentials is no more. It was one of the retailers. Early attempts at selling food online Prime Pantry products have just been folded into Amazon's main site. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC NEWS radio Free I Heart Radio APP.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"about two years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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WCBM 680 AM
"about two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"World's most clinically researched natural form of asked Xanthan called Aster Real Tacos, pharmacist and author is with us here on the program. Sherry we learned today that asked his Anthony's 6000 times more powerful by this one measurement of antioxidant activity when compared to vitamin C. This asked to FX has so much power purity has something like 100, plus unsolicited testimonials on their website, and I found a couple that I especially enjoy if I could read a couple of those. I think this is very, very interesting if it's OK with you sure, I think it's great to share feedback from people that are really taking the product. Here's one from Ava in Texas, she gives asked the FX Five stars and she writes quote after taking ASTA affects my son was visiting us and said, Mom, you look youthful. I'm a purity Products customer for the last three years, it will never go back. That's from Ava. Here's one from Nina and Ottawa, Ontario, as she's in the age group. 45 to 54 gives it another five star review, She says. This quote since taking ASTA FX. I felt so much better. My energy level, I would say, has gone from a three to a 10. How about that? She says. So I feel energized whenever taking my husband even notice. I no longer complain about housework. Well, I've talked about this amazing product. All my family and friends. I'm sure they see how well I look because I feel great from the inside out. I've even noticed my skin appears healthier, too. I feel like a fountain of youth. Now that's that's pretty good stuff from actual customers who've been trying asked, affects and share you mentioned before we started the show. You've been taking this product to yourself, and I know knowing you for some time. It's worked very well for you, hasn't it? It has. You know, I've been taking it for about two years now, and people are often surprised to hear that I'm 50. They tell me that I look more like a 35. Which is nice to hear. I do eat healthy exercise regularly, but I'm also strong believer in the benefits of taking. Research based supplements and I take asked, affects every day to stay strong, healthy to keep my energy levels up. And for my skin. I mean, I want to do everything I can to stay youthful. And to keep my body sharp and also to prevent some of those issues that can arise as we age. Great information with Sherry tacos will get back to her in just a moment. We're talking about ass to FX exclusively from purity products. Now you won't find this anywhere else. And yes, as we mentioned, it's free to you today free Now we.
"about two years" Discussed on KOMO
"Coronavirus you know, before this happened we had about Two years of stuff in the book already Just waiting. The musicians have been forced to adjust, just like the rest of us. How we work. Now is our Labor day. Look at a workforce transformed. The transformation has been easier for some than others. Honestly, there was periods of kind of grief I've carved in identity as a professional. Collaborative, improvising musician for more than 45 years, and all of a sudden that's common tonight at the Village Vanguard to see Fred Hersch on the piano now seems a calculated risk a subway ride to get there. A windowless room shoulder to shoulder seating. Social distancing New York Times music critic Giovanni was another road. Is against the very nature of the enterprise. It's the same for theater. The opera the ballet Broadway, Carnegie Hall Lincoln Center have all canceled shows for the rest of the year. And that has caused hardship for everyone associated with the performing arts and entertainment. There's no recordings to look forward to know tours to look forward to no music to rehearse. Fred Hersch told us At least he plays the piano playing instrument that you know has moments of frustration but is generally kind of satisfying on his own. So I'm lucky with that Purse is a 15 time Grammy nominee Vanity Fair has called him the most arrestingly innovative pianist and jazz over the last decade. He became the first solo pianist to play a week long engagement of the Village Vanguard, where he has made five recordings. It was also the last place he collaborated with other musicians in front of an audience in February immediately I started doing live streams. Just with a phone. I did. What I called the tune of the day. And I did it for six weeks, plus Every day at one o'clock, I would just put on the phone. Platoon. Sometimes I'd read a little something. I just wanted to do something that might make people happy. Um, you know, five or six minutes is not a huge investment of time and everybody knew that it would come at that hour and that it would be archives. They could watch it later, and I was getting numbers of thousands of hits. Sometimes quite a number of hits, but the best part of that was the comments. I.