30 Burst results for "Albans"
"albans" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"What do you see? The middle in front, what do you see over there? Again, try and pick details. Small things. Especially if you have done this run many times before. You're trying to pick something new. And to the right. It's gonna look around to the right, but you can see. Okay. And that's reflect. Would you see that was different? Can I have unfortunately? Now we're coming to the busy part and get off the main road.
"albans" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"Hello, my Friends. Together on 34 and you are joining me from St. Louis, England. Let's start this runoff as we always do with touching some element of nature. Grounding yourself somehow, I am touching a leaf from a flowery bush that is way way bigger than I ever expect. Remember it being. It is exploded since I was last time. And yeah, are we ready to begin our run? Yeah. In three, two, one and off we go. This is so cool you're going with me for a run from home. I'm going to take you on one of my favorite running loops that I do that has hopefully less cars than other ways as much as I love my hometown. It is very. Way too many people in it for how big it is. Let's just put it that way. And so you rarely find a time where it's quite anywhere. And so you haven't excited to take the special around with you today from my hometown. This is your first together on. Welcome and you can always take your time with another episode where maybe we'll go over the basics a bit more. One of the earlier episodes. All you welcome to join us here. And just kind of fill in the gaps as best you can. But what we're laid out is going to be we are going to start in a minute with some with a body scan. Where we will work from our head to our toes, just checking in with all the parts of the body. When I tell you to and then we will go into a mental check in. Let's see how we're feeling. And then we will go into a census check in. Do you see 5 main senses? And then we will go on to conversation piece. Just checking in with how we're doing. I haven't really got a topic to talk about today, but I figured that would be really easy for me to share memories and talk about things as I go. I think that's about it. It's been a few weeks since I recorded it together. If you did last week, you know, I tried. Last week when I was in Boston to do one, but it was raining, so the last thing I want is to destroy this mic, I use. And so what did you think of Cynthia's episode? If you haven't done it, it was like a musical. Cynthia is a pianist. And she was able to combine her love for piano and music. With running. And so I thought that was a really special treat for us. To be able to use. So hope you enjoyed that one last week. And I said this week, you're joining me around saint albans. I'm going to go over into Hatfield. Which is the next town over. And yeah. All right, so should we begin with our audience again? Okay, I'm gonna give you some guidance. Shout out some various parts of the body for you to check in with and see how they feel. And then we will go on to the next piece. All right. Starting at the top of your head, working down into your eyes. Going around the back of the head. Going around the back. Down into your ears. Coming back around the front, who your nose, mouth. Into your chin. Going into your neck, the front of your neck around the back of the neck. This bit's going to be quite loud. Sorry. Going into your neck, going down into your shoulders. Into your upper back. Coming around to the front to your ribs. Let's go into your arms. I'm going into the upper arms. Down into the lower arms. Hang into your wrist. And hands and finally into your fingertips. Going back into the body, the main core of the body. Working your way through your chest and stomach pain down into your hips and pelvis. And working your way through your glutes. Hamstrings. And quads going into the front of the knee and the back of the knee. And round into the shin. And car. And finally down into the ankle. Into the top of your foot. The bottom of your foot. Arch. And into your toes. How's everything feeling?.
Andy Erwin on His New Film 'American Underdog'
"Andy, you've got another film out. This is particularly exciting. I don't know where to start, except to say welcome to the program. Eric, it's good to be with you, man. And I tried to get my delinquent brother to come along, but he doesn't listen to me anymore. I know. You know what? He's dead to all of us. Alban, just for ease on that list now, no more enough. Enough is enough. Look, you guys are famous for having done many, many films, but there's something about this new film that I found particularly exciting and usually what I would do is just sum it up and not give an opportunity to talk. But I'm trying to change. So tell my audience, what is this film? Really, this is so exciting. I'm just tempted to tell my audience about this film and when it first of all when it opens. Yeah, man, I can listen to you talk all day long Eric. So you can wax eloquent anytime. Thank you. But yeah, American underdog. The Kurt Warner story. And you know, my brother and I started out at sports camera and back in the day. And so I remember being on the sidelines of the Super Bowl in 2002 watching Kurt Warner on the field and there was just something so amazing about his story. You know, this guy that was, you know, went from being working in a supermarket trying to support his family out of football for 5 years. And then finally got his chance to play for the rams and made it all the way to the Super Bowl and ended up being the MVP of the NFL in the year. He was the lowest paid athlete in the NFL. And so it's just, I mean, it is the underdog story of all underdog stories, amazing story about family. And it opens on Christmas.
Lawyer Jenna Ellis on the Role and Responsibility of a Prosecutor
"Gentlemen, welcome back to the Eric metaxas show. I am Alton sadar, one of two producers of the show, and I'm sitting in for Eric today. And of course, my guest is the lovely Jenna Ellis and it looks like she's somewhere in Italy, I think I mentioned before. But then she straightened me out and told me this whole wonderful story about Disney World. So back to Jenna Ellis at Disney World. It's always great to have the background of the Disney Rivera. I mean, what a wonderful way to wake up and be here in Florida. I mean, my hair is definitely much more curly in Florida than it is anywhere else, but that's the only thing that you have to deal with. That's happened to me too, I curly her hair when I'm in full you feel me, yep, totally. So we were talking about the cow written house trial. And so we might as well continue on with that strain of thought. Yeah, so we're still at this point we mentioned we are recording this show. So as of now, the verdict has not been reached. But I also want to talk about just generally, the role in responsibility of a prosecutor because what I found really fascinating Alban about this case was how the prosecution clearly lost control of the trial. They were not expecting the witnesses that they called to testify actually in really in defense of Kyle's self defense affirmative defense here. And so I think that even though the prosecution sometimes, I don't know how much background they did, how much they prepared for this trial, but it seemed that they were frustrated with their own witnesses. Yeah, it seemed like they were surprised that they actually told the truth on the story. Right, which, you know, which is really unfortunate for a prosecutor because let's remember that in our adversarial system when it comes to criminal justice. This is not let's say me suing you Alban. And so, you know, I have an interest. You have an interest. And we both have private counsel in court. That's not what happens in the criminal justice courtroom. What happens is that the state is prosecuting Kyle rittenhouse. And so the state has to continue on with the interests of justice and do whatsoever justice requires. That's actually the higher calling and the ethical role in responsibility of a prosecutor. And so here, when the prosecutor is basically making a lot of these arguments trying to justify and make these alleged victims into angelic figures, the prosecutor to me went over the line between advocating just for justice going where the facts lead making the best case that he can to actually becoming defense counsel for the alleged victims. And that's where I think he watched
Jenna Ellis Shares One of Her Favorite Eric Stories
"Jenna Ellis welcome to the Eric metaxas show and thanks for being my guest today. So great to join you Alban. And you know it's so much fun about this is that Eric isn't here, so we can talk about him. And I think that, you know, that would be just an entirely fun hour to just talk about everything Eric. And I am actually in the Italian Riviera, but the Disney World version of that. And I have to tell you one of my favorite stories about Eric really quick because oh yeah, totally. Ish. Yeah, so we were at a conference in Orlando last year and maybe it was earlier this year. I don't even remember. You know, the time this year is flown by so fast. But we were at a conference speaking together in Orlando. We were meeting some of our good friends from Liberty University, shout out to Brian health and vine. Malachi and some of the guys. And so I'm going out to meet them. And of course we're going to Disney springs to get food because that's like one of the best places in Orlando. So Eric is texting me like, hey, what are you guys doing? We want to get food and I was like, yeah, come downstairs, maybe just in the lobby. He had no idea where we were going. So he comes down to the lobby thinking we're just all like hanging out at the hotel. And I'm like, get in the Uber and he's like, where are we going? So I'm trying to describe to him the amazing magical experience that is Disney springs in this Uber on the way. And he tells this story now where he's like, we went on this death march. It was like 5 miles into the wilderness of this mall. And he just goes on and he's a much better storyteller than me. But the bottom line is I took Eric metaxas to Disney springs. We had a very happy magical time. Did not get a picture with Mickey ears, but that's my goal for next time. And that was one of my favorite stories from America because he talks about hiking through Disney springs with me having no idea where he's going. We had a
It's Launch Day for Eric's New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"Thank you. Alvin is a producer on this program. And he has a comedy career in his own right. He interviews people, and I thought Alban, yeah, I can't interview myself about my book. No. But you had suggested maybe you wanted to interview me about the book and since I get to decide, you know, the programming. I thought I could say yes. I could say yes to that. Really? And you could interview me about the book, but I got to be honest with you. It makes me very nervous to be on this side of the table. I should be. So to speak. Yeah, because you're on the same side. You're always on. Of course. But well, I guess we have to announce today is the official launch day for the book. Yeah. Now we're going to re air this, but today is the first time. So this is great. This is the first day of the rest of the life of this book. That's true. Think about that. Wow. Just do the math on that one. Yeah. Now the crazy 1497 price I did find out, you thought I was lying or blowing smoke, which is a kind of lying. I did find out that that is not going to last forever. I think it's going to go away in a week. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com and you click on those links, you get a scroll down, but there's a few links where the book is 1497. That's 45% off. Yes. That I was told yesterday is, in fact, as I feared, a limited offer. Oh. So if you want the book, you've pretty much got a few days to get it at that price. And I keep saying, you know, why not why not get a hundred copies for
"albans" Discussed on IBADPP CAST
"It is to see is calorie adult adulthood sustained years. This is just the is mostly muckleshoot had system matt at that he would. They have agro seems to me to doppler. Now he's z. Shy falcons. You shouldn't want south digital eight alicia visual bouquet. It is no patty. Ui building amazing seat. She the no reason partial Finale book kelly. Tides apply xylitol She the Obvious cloudless as msci he stays up on stage. My squaddies is hostile. Dodge massinc Assuming puji has to dodge so hostile now open to go heck we used. I'm usually the job. Also said them has thrown out l. Epaminondas opera sandwich jolla will miss but also a east. Let me say you get into his manpower jeeze. It busted shaqs. Stoppable stays Have you'll get a shot the gave us without your mouse. If alone mice to see asylum faded job. Who wants to stay my house. Show now base based only factors to pass a to mean as match homage. Buffet do is niche. Picard was a scene fatty kuala. Soma bills associate is february. Niger's mon- Copies of fatal. He ain't so set cheever's will bills. I is federal system maxine Assamese ramana nice. How a socio is muscatt. Lean wishy coming. I saw so much. Jewish outcast inc phillies mainly as louis correct parisian. They don't eat now conservatives. Them's call eight older. You probably ekki nasa all the best i've ozone today Lingua meciar is your miatas. Beyonce do jay. How problematic nasa vols surgery. Now people simply has journalism In with vases jessica as on to keep fittings has dodge overriding jack keel was so in combat. She visited a panel. Jilin is enormously that she was pushed out this j. sebei numbers toys system out purple fees. You simple capitol. Complex tacoma tumor and saw emit be lived in a society which observer key look education which p gina for now versus acquiesce. Karolyi see the education koso- mayes urge. They should share a mickey lame. Half ilo alba is held batch. Three meeting the societal issue boss coca new saito digit panel will half ish got us yours keeper. Koso- means still say the major from the to the professor stylized kimmy. Their own gym facia will merely is set amiga. Yoma will be starting all but a classic heave by half as badeah at near the lead to brazil jockey a Bill was was authorities. International isaac shooting kuna dangerous Host through sound station astronaut. Where she should stay was ready. Divide is coleman Algae chugging this ojeda we're gonna discipline facilities could to think doganov migas. e. l. had the the the availabe southern also presidential professor venues. Some some a digital this house. They should told complying on us treasury daughter capital like he was not as useful science. Him on is yet is. Don't seem to me openness. I just. That's job talks but october's levin chisato zo vince. Three quirky him value. Vici press christmas fair. Compromise weapons episode. You do know sui by the mckay. She i'll tell..
"albans" Discussed on IBADPP CAST
"Via evil. Say stan we buy pinkish will sail. How'd you do shoot. Should do to buy new debate process while pinot who should only eating norm you. Start key quantity them. Megan felber allocated yuval gadolinium. Now professor botari remission rate payroll chaba especially richness is screaming is them beam pillow e- especially pain our economic study coimbra interiors eureka. Do they need to invest in salamanca. A professor half ireland so has to meet you evil as she'd been dietary. Do the need to pay fast. The professor arista virus it off reggie amigo sabotage male. Nah present assam on a half accommodate to the tranquil. Becky pies agree keanu by the cash budget. You switch so. But i'm not banner. Terry do they need to half a pension is on us at concern while they should to our that they need to know whereas you edify positional budget. Could she'll know who saint-gobain they established poises narcissist regional Today to pay now basilan to everything. See okeyo refinisher. Magic is also knees message. We'll case we can missile have forage since everything they acquired. Through the beginning of us mutilation achieve as before remove doesn't algebra. Now i still put abaza. Do nas. Our officers equating. That you say this on both out stole does not. Don't tina in so we cannot came up here system not least immunity to drink bell. Professor lhamo Also is significant job. Queues stitched co pay now allies through the Markle's soggy match. Could you give me komo's Apache pickle digital equal bathroom. Osage mobutu monovalent as you're starting. The mal june cheaper now incommunicado. Jakarta ipad vowel at sheva. Main issue hessels dodge podge of united states. The way the north much. If i made on sushi is so as a city former today to come out. Who sabet kidding me. You quantum hoffman. Jack gorgeous gift sip or damage..
"albans" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Forest Road south of ST Albans Drive. I'm Jack Wiley on one of 61 FM talk. Still pretty mild. For now, we'll see increasing clouds. Tonight's and patchy drizzle looks possible alone. 43. It is gonna be a cooler day on Thursday on and off rain expected throughout the day in east wind picking up Guys in a little bit fifties. I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel. I'm one of 61 half of talk The Your friend asks for one of your fries. Just one. I promise. So, you say, sure, have a fried, but they take at least seven prize. Thank you, because it's never really just one fry. Is it meal? There's a meal for every moment on the McDonald's $123 menu. Get all your favorite items like the MC double small fries for peace, Chicken McNuggets and make chicken for just a few bucks. Prices in participation may very cannot be combined with any offer a combo meal. Hi. Hi, radio. Here are the tough in healing songs that you've thumbed up. For three hot for teacher Got it. Teacher. Number two running with the devil. All right. Number one Panama. Well hear more from Van Halen and similar artists Now search for Van Halen on IR radio. All your favorite music all your favorite stations. Oh, free me. And if you want a little bag in again, you're coming home. If you were still a senator, would you vote to convict him? I'm not in the Senate now. Well, it's a Senate make that decision. We don't have an historic constitutional.
"albans" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"One attraction. It could be a ballpark. Be anything on all eight and yet we have the tiniest of all the cultural majors in the state that amazing not so we do so much was so little so come and feel about us all baltimore architects. Only and yet we want. We were the first museum to win the national award for excellence from the urban land institute and he's either life size it's a black risk going up the an opera singer rock singer who was in the alternative miss world contest in london Roy brown is the model and has fifteen feet of undulating wings in all the rainbow colors of a mirror with thousands of shards for feathers and it has twenty minutes to go up bar maryland meyer hall stairway to the stars and then comes down. It's is it's awesome. It's amazing as amazing and the best lower two. We're coming we're coming. We'll both be there. Because i can't go. I can't come without her. I have that duty so so I guess i guess that's pretty much. Thank god and everything. I think in the conversation of got everything that i've wanted for this particular podcast. So that's great. I guess i'm going to again. Thank you for joining the podcast. Do you have anything you want to promote. Before i sign off we do have a lot of virtual. Have some translation Things in two. We're gonna do sock monkey. Puppet that always does like eight hundred intergenerational people to so and we're making a two days this year so the business to go to the website because we try to keep that updated. Www dot a vam a. v. a. m. dot org. You know. I'm such a luddite. I can't tell you how to like. I think it's really good. But i learned zoom. But then you've been doing this podcast for so long and we started chris. Wilson's work thou art work for the first time in a museum setting. Who wrote the master plan. But he's like the parenting show so much was about his mom. His mom had been such an amazing brilliant person before she. Was you know brain damage from a rape in an attack. And he's so i mean baltimore. We are so close to being the city. That should be the most studied in america for positive turnaround and we got a lot more and and and not too lame. Pc stuff i mean really you know honestly You know there's so much amazing things to teach the world from here. And i'm glad that you're one of them. We'll take you so. I'll do my son off a i did. This is some sweating. I feel like i've had an experience so far. This grand changes dresser now so yeah so for rebecca hav burger the american visionary art museum. I am rodley saying that. There's are in and around baltimore. All you have to do is look for it..
Georgia to conduct full by-hand count of presidential race ballots, secretary of state says
"Process started. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids. Berger says he wants a recount of presidential ballots in his State to begin before the end of the week, and it will involve a hand count of every single vote with President Donald Trump and President elect Joe Biden, separated by just over 14,000 votes out of a total of five million cast Rapids, Berger says, recounting a random sample of ballots just wouldn't work if we pulled out 10,000 votes. Alban suddenly could say, Well, this is the person that one we pull out, 100,000 says. This person want to pull out a million this person wants, and that's why mathematically you actually have to do a full hand by hand recount of all the recount must be completed by Georgia statewide certification deadline on November 20 in Atlanta. Jonathan Serrie Fox News. Well, We don't have a
"albans" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Yeah biggest funder so. That was a real bummer. The volunteers were very disappointed. But having said that we still private and anyone can bucket by private benefit building. Friday and saturday nights are very popular and they can get with the director ourselves and our and she will go for a private event. You can friends the whole building out for up to ten people for specific false. We all thirty six our investigations which of our friends from pa came down in just a couple of weeks ago And that's that's always interesting. You're gonna find something in thirty six hours And it's very yet. We all tend to do public investigations. Which are great way. If you're trying to get into the home or you just want to get a taste of saint alban. It's like twenty five bucks person and they put it to improve and that no not that at all. But they do to group a tribe or ten hot spots throughout the building. fellow marcel. Yeah that's who i met. Yeah but you probably are for yourself a very good friend of mine. Yeah just your. 'cause i i think so. Yes absolutely so yeah. So what other events do you guys have coming up. Do you have anything specific coming up in the new year. I know coming up in december of which one is if any. Do you remember to tennessee raped. And they've got the What's the one that does the Over the motaung should be a spring And i know that. Got some other events scheduled in the spring. Go check the website. There's constantly thinks being added And we're all mercy of thrown out so you gotta put your whole but hopefully they'll start back up a public investigation. Because i do that about once a month out there. Six thousand plus square feet at this point so In very cold in the winter it's easier investigation the.
"albans" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"There's rebecca who isn't it's not a no name someone got from a medium or you know virtual say or something. That was the name that came to. She's been called. Rebecca who the story says Was brought him pregnant. Dropped off by her husband gave to child and kept it jar in the attic and her all my god and when they took the baby away from her she went down to the suicide bathroom and hunter. So oh dear lord. I knew i remember hearing about saying. Oh my that is horrible. Oh my i can't believe it. It's a very sad story. You've got alcoholic year where i've personally seen a picture. We go girl in the doorway. Who is not there. Why is there a young girl. I have no idea. It was the men's section because back then women push weren't alchoholic promoter problem you know nervous conditions so was for bit. How long have you been there. Shelley working soon as the 'cause i might have been since the beginning of the house so it's been about ten years. I might met not even realized. Because i was there right so many things got well and i'm coming to the wedding right right. Great none of my favorite place in the building. One of my favorite places in the building is the grand staircase area. That's the part like to see restored. Many people don't want the building restored because they like it and it's all. It's decay laurie. there's certain series at the building. I'd like to see restored back to summer is nowadays for example right off the their face. There's room that we know is providence. We know it was a headmaster's office. We know that after that he was occupational therapy. And the days of sanatorium. And i personally went to church with a woman who worked at saint albans for forty five years and was with a woman in that room when she passed on it was how she a long term resident and she died in that room and as an elderly woman so there are certain areas of the building that we know quite a bit about. There's also people who argue about what areas of the building. Arthur levitt for example. You'll hear about electroshock is another hot spot that we have we're electroshock and there's an area right outside of the tiled that they consider to be the recovery area and the preparation area so they let the suffering. Well guess what that wasn't the original aftershock. Shock was actually located upstairs in the building of the Connecting hallway that connects the two buildings together. And we found that out. Thanks you. I used to work. Yeah you have to remember that when people are about this with this and that was that the barely one hundred years old right things For example you may have heard of the dragon ram. That's another hot spot at saint all them in the basement..
"albans" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"He lived there with his family and they interact with the patients daily. He moved his family from the terrain into that private house and that became interested the building right next door that the in it's the it's okay the british building. Now well that that by argue. But that's later in the history. And i can be specific or not specific issue. Because i talk about this for hours but that's stored in time and of course to be sanatorium. Did eventually go public His son didn't take it over. After the war it did eventually go public and it became more like what we think of a hospital today. again i wouldn't been still receive some of us influence There's rumors that. Johnny cash was either there or is supposed to be here. We don't have confirmation. That is critically in the alcoholics word. If you play. Johnny cash song. She get a response. So whether that's johnny cash or someone who likes johnny cash. We don't have to take a break. So can we talk about. The woman comes out that okay with me Absolutely whoever's listening We will be back as soon as the song is over. We're going to be playing dream warrior by maria warm. Mika i that's what you're saying we're going in the green room to have snap so we will. Oh yeah.
"albans" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"They were academically inclined as well but they had a very Active many many different clubs active in sports including football. They used to play. Virginia tech and win ball Very well known. The boys were somewhat rowdy and rambunctious and independent minded part in the community. They definitely engaged with the young women and the community in fact they would have the emphasis on things that the schools and the women would do by the girls to come over ten dances and those sorts of things. Originally there were two buildings as part of this boy. School one was called the home and it was the dormitory with boy stayed and they had professors stayed there with them. And the other was called the What was the actually. Have a name for safe. But it was where the classes were helping. The headmaster's office is located. The boys school Eventually close the headmaster the guy who started it Got cancer and move north and after he left really didn't keep the school going it pretty much us down for a short time. They tried to keep it open as a a day. Not not an overnight not a forty in school but a day school for women young women but that eventually failed and then it was bought by dr king. The property was bought by dr king. Dr king when he bought the property renovated it and made it suitable for sanatorium. He took the two original buildings he built onto the back of one of them and then he joined to them by connecting hallway to the basic structure of the campus was a see a building and the buildings connected by a hallway and when they did that interestingly enough they connected the basement levels as well. So you have this berry creepy long calway in the basement which wire my walk down and that you still sitting there right. Yeah i've been there. I have it jodi has yeah.
"albans" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Is stationed in blossom texas Purchase all of your very own unique religious spiritual and metaphysical items to include beginner altered kits. Find them today on facebook. Remember you've always had the.
No charges against Wisconsin officer who fatally shot teen
"Charges will be filed against WalMart tells the police officer Joseph MENSA for the fatal shooting of Alvin Cole outside Mayfair Mall last February. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisum says men says use of deadly force was necessary and that he would not be able to disprove self defense calls Family attorney Kimberly Motley, speaking afterwards that they will continue to fight for a conviction, saying that the shooting was justified. And that's really important because normally for these things if he believes that he will say that Motley also points out an independent investigation into Mensah's three past officer involved shootings should be enough to get him fired. MENSA currently on suspension, protesters were able to get onto the interstate system around the market interchange this evening following word of the MENSA decision W. T. M. J's Alex Crow, frustration and anger, those two emotions shown most by protesters. After finding out that what we toast the police officer Joseph Menzah would not face charges for the shooting death of Alban Cole. Those protesters immediately started marching towards the interstates in a clash with police occurring on the on ramp police arresting several protesters before they got onto the on ramp. Even more protesters on the interstate law enforcement officers on scene, including Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputies end Milwaukee police officers
"albans" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Known hot spots along with care facilities cruise ships. I mean jails and prisons are known to be Some of the biggest Potential hot spots in the country And it's not clear why the administration has ordered More testing at this point. Especially now that we do have the capacity to do that at least periodically. We know that people can be contagious before they show symptoms and yet Scott Administration maintains the proactive. Testing ISN'T NECESSARY. And they're only gonNA test people after an individual show symptoms. That personal test isn't if that person tests positive they'll test everybody else in the facility At which point. It's too late and we've seen that in almost something like fifteen percent of the facility tested positive So you know. Testing is one Reducing the prison populations and other and I WANNA stay on testing for just a just a moment because I mean it is interesting. I think a key keyword you use. There was proactive. And so right now it do. I understand the status correctly. If you look at the you know. The three large prisons vermonter Saint Albans Newport and Springfield And I think those are the three largest and and so do I understand correctly that the entire Population in Saint Albans has been tested. That that came after there was a finding of a positive somebody suffering from corona virus. There there was a if I remember correctly there was a there was a worker at the Newport. Facility who tested positive was was Sort of withdrawn from the scene and the was was that entire population in Newport ever tested not to my knowledge but again. It's not entirely clear who hasn't hasn't been tested To my understanding a lot of the testing it hasn't been done has been focused on Saint Albans again essentially after it was already too late It but we have not to actively tested other facilities Not just the people who are incarcerated but the people who work there People who are in and out of those facilities So you know would be one thing if we didn't have the test to do that but we now have the capacity where we could proactively periodically test. Everybody in in these facilities and other facilities that are that are particularly high risk of a of an outbreak And that's that's still not happening. The those those high risks of for in these facilities really do come from. I mean I guess it's similar to to a nursing home in the sense that it's just a matter of population density. Isn't it really? Yeah that's right and they're also a lot of people in in cities with You know compromise interests are serious. Medical Conditions Conditions are are generally not good not clean not sanitary and although efforts have been made to improve that there's still he's still Tinder boxes and so you know again. We would be reasonable and consistent.
California - Auburn Mayor to step down after comparing Trump supporters to KKK
"The mayor of Auburn California resigns after insinuating that trump supporters are KKK members it was a live stream meeting of the Auburn California city council mayor William Kirby announced his resignation due to the backlash she prompted when he posted a tweet insinuating that many supporters of Donald Trump or also KKK members the since deleted post mirroring trump's supporters featured a picture of a hooded Klansman Albans mayor announced plans to step down and he she shared the photo with the caption good news for trump supporters is that most of them already have
New York: Assisted Living Facility Worker Accused Of Striking 92-Year-Old Woman
"A queens woman employed as a healthcare worker allegedly punched an elderly woman in the face at a Long Island assisted living facility Paul the Castro reports it happened early Monday morning in east Garden City detective say forty eight year old Andrea Richard struck the ninety two year old victim with her hand causing the victim substantial pain and a black guy Richards was arrested at our home in St Albans on Tuesday night she is facing several charges including assault and endangering an incompetent person police think it is possible there may be other
"albans" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Five four six two six as we go to Jacob in Saint Albans Vermont hello Jacob hello again hello Nicole are you doing fine thank you so what I want to contribute to the conversation that well you hear about a lot of young people buying into the wall crowds of propaganda what you don't hear is that there are a lot of young people like myself who have rejected it and who are actively fighting it every day whether in real life from social media you basically say that we are going to not going to be silent now we are going to stand up for our rights and even for the rights of the people are trying to suppress our viewpoints well you you sound like a of a candidate for membership in speech first dot org a go ahead goal no I'm so glad to hear you say that because I mean I think you know my lock you can create the space for dialogue at university of Michigan still there now not punished or they're not subject to disciplinary precaution for speaking but it okay thanking you in that power to to go out and be brave you know it is hard to go out and express your opinions of the controversial idea I realize it's tough to be a conservative on a college campus these days but it is so important to do so because even if somebody questions asking somebody yelled at you were you know if you can give you a dirty look when you're cabling there are there are thousands of students you walk by maybe on a brave and deals but they certainly don't feel as alone because they know somebody else things like them so thank you for standing up for what you believe and because it is so important it absolutely is again that that website and you are obviously a cabin for going there Jacob about website is of speech first FIR is the speech first dot org and thank you very much for for speaking out let's go to Lawrence in Champaign Illinois hello Lawrence good evening everybody you need I told you that the screener for calls that I was just wanting to make a compliment about the people that are on the program and take another half minute or so to make a point but oddly enough or not she was done no screening.
The fraying transatlantic alliance
"Hello and welcome to this edition of weld weekly from the financial times. I am answer venture Johnny the world news editor and this week, we're looking at transatlantic relations as the Trump administration appears to turn its back on its traditional European allies in a sign of Washington's shifting allegiances, the US president on Monday, welcomed Hungary's, illiberal leader, Victoria, Alban to the White House days, after his secretary of state abruptly cancelled a meeting with Germany's Angela Merkel joining me on the line from Washington DC is Dmitri, Sevastopol, oh, the F, Washington bureau chief and from Belene guy. Chaz on our between VERA chief my first question goes to you Dimitri. Donald Trump was fool of praises for Victoria ban on Monday. He congratulated him for his quote block up against refugees from Syria, and he's work to protect the Christian communities. Can you give us a bit of details and explain why this visit is so important and telling we'll, I think one of the things that we've learned about Donald Trump over the last two years. This is one of the things that many Europeans have concerns about is, he seems to want to solve up to leaders who are far -tarian strongmen, you know, very hard line. You know, there's a long list, whether it's early on in Turkey or on in Hungary Kim Jong on North Korea, who Donald Trump said he fell in love with or Vladimir Putin in Russia Trump when he meets these leaders at least publicly doesn't criticize them for some of the things that they're doing their own countries to threaten democracy on the other hand, he seems willing to criticize Anglo Myrtle, or Theresa May or president McConnell, France. So there's a kind of cost me come seems to like something to these strong, tough solitary leaders. And yet, he at the same time he seems to be dismissing some of the concern. Means pushing away, European allies of America who have helped maintain the kind of peace across the trans Atlantic now for seventy years. As you said, the relationship has fuss deteriorated since Donald Trump kimchi office. The US needs key. European is have diverge on a number of issues. Can you list them for us? I mean, it's really wide from climate change trade, Iran. Well, I mean, from the very beginning, it's a long list, one of the things that President Trump today early in his presence. He was he withdrew the US from the Paris climate accords which sent ripples across Europe and the rest of the world later on in his tenure, he withdrew America from the around nuclear deal that America and some of its European allies had signed with Tehran in twenty fifteen on that has led to convert more bellicose stomps on Iran. He also has been incredibly critical of NATO now in criticizing NATO. He's not the first president, President Obama and President Bush frequently said that NATO allies needed to pay more for their defense. I remember travelling to your puts on rump sell the Robert Gates and they were constantly sending this message of Europeans. But Donald Trump has done it in a much more aggressive way. And I think one of the most heading examples was last summer in Brussels out of NATO summit, he was very critical. Angela Merkel both in public meetings and in private meetings and he's shocked many of the leaders who were in the -tendance. So I mean, there are other issues there as well to do with hallway and five G telecom networks and other things. But I think there's some of the main ones that have really created a false lines in the transit onto relationship guy intending to, you know, defense. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo cancelled a meeting with medical less tweak invoking rising tensions in the Middle East. What was the reaction in betting? I think those zoo Hora that it was seen very much as a snub, it was supposed to be his first trip to Berlin, since he became secretary of state, and it was very hotly awaited. And he just didn't turn up. And I think there was shock that he then went on to Britain. And even so they all Tricia Canterbury. So, you know, even just in Welby was more important to him as a priority. Angela Merkel those real dismay, lots of Coventry in the German press, basically saying that the US German relationship is now, basically in TATA's on, what are we going to do about this, this feeling of crisis really in a relationship, which has been one of the main pillars of Germany's post-war identity really for seventy years now. Why do you think that Mr. Trump targeted Gemini, in particular among its European on is what's your assessment of that? Well, they're personal reasons as well as political reasons. The chemistry between Angela Merkel and Donald Trump has never really worked. You know, she really comes across as associate professor, and he's like the naughty boy who didn't do his homework, he doesn't like being lectured, and Michael does have a tendency to lecture, one of the first thing she did when he was elected president. She sent him a message saying will look forward to working with you, but very much on the basis of our shed values of respect for human rights, and democracy, and so on that was perceived. As a real slight to Donald Trump. Basically a smackdown saying you're going to have to behave need didn't take Hymie to that. But there are other aspects. It's not just the chemistry America is very antagonist very exercise by Germany's failure to meet its commitment, which gave in two thousand fourteen to spend two percent of its GDP on defense. It's nowhere near that target and in fact recently published its budget estimates for the coming years, and it looks like it's actually going to go down as a percentage of GDP is spending on the military. So that was seen as a real red rag to Donald Trump's bull. And he's also, I mean, there's a very famous interview he did with playboy magazine from the ninety s where he complained about how many German cars that were on Fifth Avenue in New York, and he's had Macedo and BMW in his science for many, many years. So it didn't surprise the Germans a tool that he started talking about imposing. Import tariffs on European cars, and he's been complaining for longtime about the size of the German, current account surplus, which, of course, a lot of Germany's allies in Europe of also join attention to over the years. What do you think all the far reaching consequences for Germany? What are the Germans, what kind of lesson? They're drink from this facility longer term. Do you think there's a realization that Germany, and Europe must be more independent from a defense point of view, or, you know, foreign policy point of view? What is your sense? Absolutely. I was at a conference, whether we're talking about this and one speaker said Germany's success is built on three elements integration with the EU the transatlantic security guarantee on Germany's access to open Mockus worldwide and Trump threatens all of those three things. So there's a sense, here that there's, it's kind of existential threat posed by Trump's America first ideology tool. All those things that have made Germany, such a huge success over the last few decades. So that definitely is a feeling that they have to respond in some way. I mean it's very tentative at the moment, though, I mean, for example, that talking about developing much more of a kind of foreign policy. Competence in the EU and more of a sort of independent defense posture, and, you know, maybe getting rid of unanimity, and you decisions on foreign policy, so that they can have more qualified majority voting not come thing, but it's all relative tentative. And even when they do talk about building up their defense capabilities that gets them in hot water with the Americans. We wrote the story saying, how America was criticizing the latest initiatives for military cooperation between EU countries, the Pescara the permanent structured cooperation initiative, and EDF the European defence fund because they feel that it's not really compatible with NATO that it produces. Much duplication and diversion of scarce defense resources and it sets up a necessary competition between NATO in the EU. And so the sense of frustration in Europe over this is light. You tell us we need to do more far defense, and then we try and do it you complain. So the relationship has Radi scrunchy at the moment as we can see on the number of different fronts. Exactly. So they have this quantity move from the US. Do you want to jump in Dmitri? It's true that every time Europe speaks about more independence on the security from the US gets angry and gets a letter warning. But on the other hand, you know, you get a sense that the US is kind of retreating from Europe. What's your interpretation? Well stuffing element of Donald Trump getting a little bit of taste of his own medicine, sometimes when the European say that they want to their own defense capabilities. But I think it's also important to stress that this issue between the US and Europe on defense spending it really isn't just Donald Trump issue. And he is the one who is addressing it in a much more assertive, much more aggressive on some people would say overly aggressive way. But it's something that has stretched back now for more than a decade in the US the US than constantly saying to the European countries, particularly Germany because it is the biggest economy in Europe that they need to spend more. So I think it's an issue that's not going to go away, even if Donald Trump loses the election in twenty twenty I think a democratic president will be much friendlier to traditional US allies and I was just in New Hampshire on the campaign trail with Cory Booker and Beethoven, Joe Biden on all of them were talking about the need to rebuild on to strengthen American alliances with Europe. But notwithstanding that I still think. Whoever's president after twenty twenty is still going to put pressure on Europe to spend more money on defense, and if Germany and some of the other countries who haven't miss this two percent target haven't reached it, then I think you're still going to have tensions on that issue just to go back to one thing that guy said, I really do think the car issue is critical. I mean Donald Trump has how the being his bonnet about cars for a long time at the end of this week. He's going to potentially decide whether to put tariffs on imports of European cars. So this really is something that's a trade relationship is something that really gets him. And also when he was in Europe last year. Another thing that he criticized glimmer pool for is the Nord Stream two pipeline that will bring Russian gas into Europe and Donald Trump and some of his team are saying you want us to spend money to defend you against Russia, and yet, you're buying Russian gas on the other hand, the European say, hold on a second. You're the president who has criticized by the Putin, for orchestrating a campaign to interfere in the American elections. So there's a lot of things crossing the Atlantic and. It's very hard to see how any of this gets any better while Donald Trump is in office tensions, are escalating in the Middle East over Iran, with rising threat of war, and some echoes of cheese than three when the US in some European countries disagreed, on whether to war with Iraq. Dictates us Adam Hussain to meet you what all the broader security ramifications of this poor transatlantic relations. Are we entering a new testing phase? Well, the big question that's emerged in the last few days in Washington is are we returning to the early years of the Bush administration where it appears that there was a constant drum beat among Iran hawks for the US to take military action against Iran. Now, we know that on both in the national security advisor has asked the Pentagon to dust off its war plan for Iran. Not the caveat there is at the Pentagon has funds for everything, and there periodically dusting them off. But when a story comes out that they're dusting them off, Iran at a time when Mike Pompeo secretary of state. John Bolton and others are being very aggressive in the rhetoric towards around it raises questions as to whether the US is contemplating taking most reaction, and I think, not something that would be a huge divide across the transatlantic. I mean as much tension as two walls, when George W Bush invaded Iraq. You remember relations then between George W Bush Gertrude or Germany were extra very odd because since the war in Germany. But I think we would see something that will be exponentially worse. If the US did take any kind of military action in Iran. So people are watching very closely right now to see whether this is just on both in on the hawks making bellicose noises. Just too scary round or whether there's actually something fundamentally happening behind the scenes. My thanks to Dmitri and guy that was really fascinating. And that's it for this week till next week goodbye.
President Trump, Acting Deputy Director And Matthew Albans discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"President Trump is proposing charging asylum seekers of fee to process their applications as he continues to try to crack down on the surge of Central American migrants. Trying to cross into the US the president directed the attorney general and acting homeland security secretary to take measures to overhaul the asylum system, Matthew Albans, acting deputy director vice told FOX changes need to be made. This was not limited to the border. So people think
"albans" Discussed on KTRH
"Matthew Albans, says many human traffickers capitalizing on that surge all been told FOX and friends what I says, I when they discover a smuggling group is actually using kids to cross the border a first and primary goal is safety. Carry these children. These children are being victimized. We know they're being trafficked, we know they're being recycled and sent back across the border in numerous times be rented by these cartels by these organizations Arkansas has recently banned sanctuary cities in other states like Michigan, Montana and North Carolina are expected to follow suit. The HSA has been forced to dump more than a thousand illegals per day into the US while they await their day in court, former immigration judge in federal official. Mark Metcalf told Houston's morning news, this is on congress. Congress refuses to the common sense things which is to add well. For so strengthen the border hard in the border. Make it more difficult for shouldn't be in stay out. Some Republicans are calling for the Justice department to go after the deep state operatives that got that Russia investigation going political consultant, Joe retell told Houston's forty news. That's not a path. He would follow Republicans are better off right now focusing on real kitchen table issues infrastructure, fixing the student loan problem. It's it's there's a lot of issues to take care of turning general Bill bar said he'd like to look into the Genesis of the Russia probe KTAR news time. Ten three. A new poll says more than half of us have stress speaker and trainer. Julie nice told Houston's morning news. You can blame the mainstream media for doing it there. There's just so much garbage out there. It's almost better. If you just turn off TV and don't get on that fifty five percent saying they feel stressed out is twenty points higher than the. Global average according to Gallup Texans agree to contract terms with twenty free agents thirteen of the twenty play defense, including Baylor defensive end IRA. Lewis rockets dropped game one of the Western Conference semifinal losing to Golden State one zero four one hundred Astros are in Minnesota coverage starts at five thirty on sports talk seven ninety and KTAR h joins in progress at seven or another. Dow was up sixteen the NASDAQ up twenty s and p five hundred up five our next update is at ten thirty. And now more Michael berry. I'm Scott gutter this week seven forty KTAR age. It's that time time time. Mocking loan. Michael berry show is on air. Can you pull up the spots that are playing during the break? I don't know if it just happened. I just got an Email. I can't.
Why a Gaggle of Geese? Where Do Collective Nouns Come From?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain Steph, Lauren vocal bomb here. Have you ever heard of a group of ferrets called a business of ferrets or a collection of jellyfish referred to as a smack of jellyfish? What about shrewdness of apes? We use collective nouns also known as nouns of assemblage to describe all sorts of groups hosts of angels bands of men and shocks of corn. Are commonly heard these days, but the nouns associated with particular groupings of animals can get weird fast because words in their uses are invented by people when we see a bunch of specific construction, you can bet on it being the result of a language fad and sure enough five hundred years ago, nouns of semblage were all the rage. We spoke via Email with Magdalen Jacobs a PHD candidate in the Vanderbilt University department of hearing and speech sciences. She said these are generally terms that came about from upper class hunting culture in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. They're called terms of Venneri, and they're linked to north. And culture and influence into the idea of proper hunting language over one hundred and sixty terms of Venneri are listed in book of Saint Albans, a wildly popular at the time manners guide published in fourteen eighty six the coached the medieval gentlemen through having conversations about hunting falconry fishing sports in heraldry without embarrassing himself at dinner parties. These collective nouns are found in a chapter entitled the companies of beasts and fowls though, some of the terms referred to people rather than animals a bit of a joke. The book Saint Alban's not only described a sleuth of bears and a skulk of FOX's, but also linked women to geese in the collective consciousness by labeling collections of both Gakhal's. According to Jacobs, this is partially because there is a direct linguistic link from the word gaggle to the middle English word for cackle, a collection of wives was labeled and impatience a group of writers on the other hand was called a worship if language tells us how to think about the world we conceive fifteenth. Century European gentleman's social priorities, though. Of course because you can't keep the kids for making up slaying. Once the construction was introduced in the book of Saint Albans, people started coining their own nouns of semblage. Although a lot of these terms slipped into obscurity in the sixteenth century like much of the lingo, we generate on a continual basis. Some of them were adopted into common speech these days. We don't often have occasion to talk about a sneer of butlers or misbelief of portrait painters, but whoever came up with a staff of employee's a congregation of churchgoers or a panel of judges should congratulate themselves on a job well done linguistically. Speaking. A much of the time that correct term for a group of anything. Let us know our collective views on the disposition of whatever we're naming some of the most evocative terms of veteran can be found in birds the book of Saint Albans lists and unkindness of ravens and a murder of crows, definitely creepy negatives. But a charm finches adorable, whoever I referred to a college of cardinals was probably suggesting they thought the group of little red birds looked like a meeting of academics. But why a group of storks is called a mustering is a little less clear. See us Lewis coined the term parliament of als in children's book series, the chronicles of narnia a nod to chaucer's poem, a parliament of fowls. The term is now recognized in dictionaries is being the correct term for a group of AL's. There are meanwhile, few nouns of assemblage for insects mentioned in the book of Saint Albans, we still refer to a swarm of bees which was recorded in the book, but we don't talk as much about a business of flies or a flock of lice. If you've ever heard of a kindle of kittens that comes in the middle English word kindling, which meant to give birth or produce a litter which was originally used only for puppies. But is now commonly used for all kinds baby animals, a group of adult cats might be a glaring or a pounce, but crowd of feral cats is a distraction anyone concerned about the decline of migrating songbirds can understand why that might be. Dogs, which were as much a man's best friend in the middle ages. As today got a lot of play in the book of Saint Albans, hunting hounds alone got several group titles. A cry a mute a pack and a kennel. Some of the most inventive terms of entry are plied to wild animals Jacobs said because they began as hunting terms, the original names from the book of Saint Albans reflected a specific societal disposition towards the animal being hunted. A pride of lions is a good example others that came later such as a wisdom of wombats may be inaccurate. As wombats are rather solitary and don't spend time in groups, others likely referred to qualities of the animals themselves, a business affairs came from a business affair, it's which makes more sense than business. If you've spent any time at all watching ferrets. These days folks continue to make up new nouns of assemblage and bring back old ones. Thus we can talk about April of hedgehogs an obstinacy of buffalo a bloat of hippos and a game of Wales regardless of whether we're planning on hunting them or not. Today's episode was written by when shields and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia media, and how stuff works for more on this and a wonder if other topics visit our home planet has Steph works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast, they think you might dig from my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. Their new show is called invention each episode of invention examines, a different technological turning point and the people and cultures the provoked the change they consider the origins and impact of everything from the guillotine to the vending machine. Chopsticks to sunglasses. Braille to x-rays and lots more new episodes of invention come out every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you happen to find your podcasts.
"albans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This video of the demonstrations went viral when opposition politicians thrown out of the offices of the national public broadcaster MTV embittered night. They were on the March pictures shared by social media as national TV when cover the protests. Yes, that's right. This protest and many others were never shown on the national public broadcaster. Perhaps. It's not surprising that a national broadcaster, which is opening pro government which shy away from reporting on anti-government demonstrations in Hungary. However, an increasing number of news outlets have come onto the influence of Victor Albans party take for example, the popular new size Origo, the website was once an independent media outlets critical of the government and owned by Hungary's main telecom company spent more than ten years there for a long time. It was really good place to do journalism. The freedom. Reporting about politics or doing investigations is Android pay one of articles former senior reporters, but around two thousand thirteen fourteen it's not due to fear that beaver coming under pressure from our own management. They came to us with very unusual requests about to pursue certain stories later they wanted to remove stories from the website. We always said notaries requests. But as the tension grew the editor in chief was dismissed for out of his job. And then because of the story that I did. So I found that I had no option but to resign. And was that story. It was a very good story about a simple story. It was a story about the unusually high hotel expenses o. I senior government officials the details of why and how are ago changed direction? A murky, but by twenty fifteen the telecom company had sold the website to the family of Victor Albans. Former finance minister today, it's the second most popular new site in Hungary, and it's opening pro government. Eva Balkan, our a media researcher at the central European university. In Budapest says the Orban government is regulating, the news media in many new ways these include the infamous media laws that were introduced back in two thousand ten they turned the public service broadcaster into state media, basically. And then there are other means through ownership. They started buying out media through people that have close ties to the government while independent new sites do exist. In hungary. They struggle financially. Many journalists telling me that companies are nervous to be seen advertising with independent media outlets for fear. It may affect their business. I put the point guard gave Bercy a pro government political analyst. I think there is no real reason why anybody could not finance or if you support these news outlets in Hungary, the fact that they don't choose to. That's a different question. It could be for business reasons as well as for their own personal political views, it's hard to see how things can approve for independent media in Hungary. The European Union is monitoring the situation, but it's not clear that he can take any real punitive action. Change may have to come from the ground up and rush pay for many of the news website Origo. A now co founder of an investigative size believes the answer lies with the public more and more news outlets are realizing that one we out of these.
"albans" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Ride on a Friday, free speech, Friday, whatever's on your mind, fair game loads of phone calls coming in. We will take them again. Bottom of the hour. You don't to stick around the deputy director from ice is that a name is Matt Albers exit Italian guy Carey, so it's really all bay. Jay. Gadget. We actually go there the conversation. But but not all Bates or Albans is is how we say patently ruler was really by your low Italian. But, but when I say that then people start sending me letters to pack, a guerrillas, family and stuff like that. Which is just doesn't make sense to me. Did the person who sent my family to the Packer family? Did they really think that was the name? I don't think people care anymore. It is time for them. They actually had it. Right. Yeah. Pags. We just go with pag so, yeah, we we had a great conversation. You're gonna find a lot about the work. That is does gonna find out a lot about the detention centers. Find out a lot about the attacks on ice and his thoughts on that and much more. Bottom of this hour right here on the Joe pags show. Meantime to the phone lines. I appreciate you. I really do. It's going to be lying one going to be Mark in Michigan. Hi, mark. What's going on? Hey, how you doing? Joe living the dream. Mark talk to me. I'm a new listener. And a new Fowler on Facebook. Great. Thank you. And I'm going back to your issue that you brought up about abortion. Yes. And. I believe that. This has been a problem for the last forty six years and the president bringing up third trimester murders and New York bringing up third trimester murderers and also after birth murders. Shouldn't really surprise us because it's been going on for forty six years in which sitting back doing nothing, and we could defy the fed stage and abolishing criminalize this. Well, how? So there was a supreme court ruling which says it's now federal law that you that you have to allow abortion they made it about privacy. They ended about a bunch of different things. But tell me how that looks to you Mark you've they defied. Let's say the states defy the federal government to defy the the the law of the land, which is set by the supreme court. Well, how does that look? Okay, texas. Let's say Michigan Michigan decides. And I think it might still be illegal in Michigan on that abortion is illegal in Texas on the books, but this supreme court ruling, obviously, she preceded it. So how does it look Michigan decides, no more abortions? We're going to criminalize. It throw you in jail. If you perform an abortion that's not going to last because the government will come down big time on this date. States can defy the on bigger rising. They can defy the feds on criminalizing and. Abolishing abortion because for one courts don't make laws so rose an unjust law to begin with the role was it. No, right. Stop row wasn't a law row was a decision that said telling a woman she couldn't go and get an abortion is a violation of her privacy in her ability to have whatever healthcare she wants. So it wasn't a law. The supreme court did not make a law in those. They just interpreted believe incorrectly. Which is what the the the constitution says as far as the fifth amendment goes. But having said all of that still, you know that they're allowing legalized pot in these individual states and not going after them because a it's a big money boon for the states and be H. It's a left wing liberal sort of thing. That's why Obama ignored it when it comes to abortion. That's a right wing thing in a traditional values thing. So, you know, damn well, the federal government immediately would go after a state that allow that. Disallowed it. And it would find them with sue them would do everything they possibly could within their their means to stop it. Yeah. We still can. Try and do everything we can to see that. It's abolished in criminalized. And not not with. Life incremental. Can about saying, it's okay. If it's not twenty weeks. It's okay. If it has a heartbeat. Sort of thing Marco, I'm with you. And I agree on abortion. I think that the ruling was ridiculous. And the woman who was the plaintiff as you know, out of Texas. She's recently died she spent the rest of her life trying to overturn the decision that she had that she was the plaintiff in this. She felt horrible about it. It was a bad decision. And she did it was wrong. But this is this is the way things look if if a state it's just like the states when it came to gay marriage. The supreme court went after it and said sorry, even though marriages it in the constitution. They didn't make a law. They just said that the laws in these individual states were unfair as for the fourteenth amendment. That's what the supreme court. Does it interprets what these laws that are presented to them bureau. Don't mean, according to the constitution. I think they got that one wrong too because obviously gay marriage or any marriage is it in the constitution. But the fourteenth amendment gives them a lot of leeway on that. I hear you. I appreciate you. I'm glad you listen now. And I'm glad that you're on Facebook. But I don't. That that would last very long about the way Michigan wouldn't have anyway because you selected somebody as your next governor or governor who who is a leftist. So Michigan wouldn't do it. Anyway, Texas might do it. That'd be kind of interesting Texas did see our governor here. Greg Abbott doing it? But not in Michigan. I don't think that's going to happen. Let me go back to the phone lines is going to be line five and ten is in Arkansas. Tim what's up? And I enjoy your program you very much. Thank you. I say. In Washington, rack tau. Really it really aggravates me to the bone. All right. We'll tell you a couple of problems up here. And I wanna tell what my opinion. All right to give your opinion on this show. Of course, I give my opinion every day. Go ahead. Here's my opinion. Hi, I'm not saying that old property, it's doing everything. I agree with some of the things that he does. With the way got. That. Wall. So tell you what it will take this. Great miss Kay keg ahead. Really? Curb limits. So these guys up here. The Dow up here they've been up here. So long that air pothole Hebert thirty three. What do you need? And then here's the deal. They will do what's good for the country. And not what's good for the party. Do you agree with what I'm saying? I I deal with a break. I appreciate your saying, Tim. Thanks a million. We care. We're getting new listeners all over the place. Not awesome. Love that. You'll have time to relate to you. But young fizzle has responded really turns out it involves five hundred dollars from me. Of course. Yeah. I can get the car and the two hundred thousand I never understood why are you going to be two hundred thousand one I'll have to give you five hundred the five hundred from the two hundred thousand. Right. Oh, all right. We come back is going to be the deputy director of ice. It's Matt albums, and we're talking about all this stuff. You want to know about that great organization and more on the Joe pags show. Stare tags. If.
"albans" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"That's actually what they make. I heard that at night. Yeah. Creeped me out, but you know. Dark cry from the under- world. No. I don't think. So I don't think. So that's that's not that terrifying. To me. In a perfect in a perfect world. It would sound like this. It'd be awesome. If this is how the bird actually sounded. I don't I. I I did toll putting Tweety bird out there. Trying to tend to be moss man, scare folks come out tweets come right over here and kiss the pool. Booty you make everything better, though, Tweety bird. Come here, comma, and it'll Bodey love it. He's how long has it been since you hear about Tweety? Okay. So the next day November twenty six in Saint Albans, West Virginia, I'm going to get rid of these. So I don't actually play them during the show. Just out of Charleston, forty five miles south of point pleasant. Mrs Ruth foster claims now that the Mothman is appearing on her front lawn. The evening on November twenty six was standing beside the port. She told reporters it was tall with big red is the popped out of its face. My husband is six feet one. This bird looked about the same height or maybe a little shorter. She continued it had a funny little face. I didn't see any big all I saw those big red. Poppy is I screamed read back into the house. My brother-in-law went out to look, but it was gone. Okay. All right. So Zamissa foster may have seen a bird vote bird with his encounter when she talks about how having a tiny little face. But some of the other people are either truly lying or really hyped up a bird in their minds. If it's not a monster. The next day in Saint Albans on November twenty seven two teenage girls allegedly chased by gray seven foot tall creature a Sheila Kane age thirteen or younger sister were walking home from the store when they saw an enormous something standing next to the local junkyard. It was gray and white with big red is Sheila reported, and it must have been seven feet tall taller than a man. I screamed we ran home it flew up in the air and followed us part of the way Connie Joe carpenter eighteen year old witness or eighteen year waitress at tiny diner and point pleasant now village pizza also claimed to have an encounter with Mothman on the twenty twenty-seven Connie Joe describe was described as a shy studious girl of eighteen from New Haven claim to have the encounter ten thirty AM on Sunday, November twenty seven driving home from church when she saw. But I thought it was a large man dressed in grey stand on the deserted links of the Mason county golf course again on route a route sixty to fifty miles north of point pleasant. Ten foot wings, suddenly unfolded. The thing took off straight up and headed for car. Those is they were very red. And once they were fixed on me. I couldn't take my own eyes off of them. It's a wonder have a wreck. She declared carnage. Oh, said the creature flew directly to windshield, then veered off and disappeared. She stepped on the gas and raced home hysteria. Locked herself in a bedroom. Those is that's all she ever say was does is her boyfriend would later say she was so upset she wasn't a she was unable to go to school for several days and required medical attention. She was also she also suffered from an ailment afterwards called Clea conductive conjuncture virus or iber n-. Her eyes were red swollen itchy with water coming out of them for two weeks. Miss carpenter was also one of the few claim a close look at the mock man's face. Ain't it was horrible like something of a science fiction movie, many years later in two thousand one when filmmakers making these search for the Mothman documentary wanted to talk to her about it. She declined said, I guess she's still traumatized her husband keys, acre whose boyfriend at the time of the siding spoke on her behalf saying I'd like people to understand that..
Zuckerberg loses more than $15 billion in record Facebook fall
"This bed line I'm rich Denison Fox News. Federal court ordered that families who are separated as they tried to. Cross, the border illegally should be reunited by today FOX's Jessica Rosenthal joins us live rich. Eisen health and human. Services now say more than eighteen hundred kids have, been discharged from their custody of those over fourteen hundred. Were reunited the others were released for a variety of reasons but more than. Seven hundred are considered ineligible to reunite some parents apparently waived reunification and more than four. Hundred and fifty were deported, not Albans with ice says those parents had the opportunity to take their kids with them and once, your children here they're generally not going to want to give up the. Opportunity to have that meeting in the country. Which is why they frequently declined to have that childhood with the ACLU attorneys are very skeptical, of all of this they say some parents signed forms waving reunification and they don't really, know what they signed rich Jessica President Trump visiting, a midwest steel mill today for hundreds of newly unemployed steel workers the press President touted the return of the US steel industry that the president attributed. To his, decision in March to impose stiff, tariffs on imported steel and aluminum workers are back, on the job and we are once again pouring new American steel into the spine of, our country Earlier at Iowa the president celebrated the traitress with the European Union which the president said will enable Iowa farmers to sell more of their, soybeans to Europe FOX's John decker warnings of lower than expected, revenues and user growth along, with ongoing privacy scandal sending Facebook stock plummeting today's, losses wiping, out more than one hundred billion dollars in market value marking the biggest single day drop in US stock market history and also putting a big dent in its CEO and co founder Mark zuckerberg's net, worth which fell around fifteen, billion dollars Sox's.
Cop shot dead, 2 others wounded, suspect found dead in home after standoff
"The talk of genetic yet filled at yale the line of duty a jack callahan fox news would lozari police officer has been shot and killed in clinton missouri southeast of kansas city while trying to serve court papers on a suspect they ended up going inside the residence uh tend to apprehend the suspect uh at that point in time the suspect shot and killed one of the clinton police officers uh and wounded two other officers at sergeant bill low of the missouri state highway patrol who says the suspect was later found dead inside the home the names of the other officers not released yet the trump administration has filed a lawsuit against the state of california over its immigration policies doj now says california has repeatedly interfered in the federal government's plans to enforce immigration law so the trump administration is asking a judge to immediately look three california laws enacted within the past year logs betrays gallagher reports along those laws is the socalled sanctuary states bill which limits of state and local workers cooperating with immigration agents the justice department claims in its suit that those of two other laws were passed intentionally to interfere with the federal crackdown on illegal immigration chief white house economic advisor jerry cohen announcing tuesdayn he's leaving what significant micogne he was a key architect of the tax cut plus the regulatory reform that has propelled the economy and with the markets getting a lot more volvo recent weeks there's no denying is a big loss for the present boxes at henry reports white house sources are denying the cones departure was triggered by the president's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum which cone strongly opposed now the big winter storm is bearing down on the northeastern united states threatening done to dump heavy snow from eastern pennsylvania through main this woman buying ice melt her in suburban philadelphia alban argue that you now shoveling the band back i hope it hasn't been beheaded doubt enemy ugly.