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Nicole Clowers on Oversight of COVID-19 Relief Funds
"From Washington Journal recorded on Tuesday morning, focusing on the oversight of covert 19 relief funds. We're going to talk next about the spending of the Copan 19 relief funds approved by Congress over the past couple of months. We're joined by Nicki Clowers Thie Health Care, health care team manager for the Government Accountability Office. Thanks for being with us this morning. Thanks for having me tell us why the G A o did this report The cares act that was passed in in March, require us to provide ongoing oversight of the funding and activities of the federal government. Specifically, it requires us to provide on point oversight of the government's efforts to prepare for respond to And recover from the 19 and it includes US requirement for us to assess the impacts of 19 on public health, as well as the economy as well is tracked the funding and the use of that funding. The act requires us to report every 60 days starting 90 days after Anakin it so Our Joon report was our first report and will be issuing additional reports every other month. So basically almost as soon as this legislation is signed and enacted and signed, the G A. O is monitoring its spending. Absolutely. We're providing real time oversight of the funds. We have experience doing this going back over a decade ago, for example, under the trouble as that released program will provide it. Assistance to the financial sector's After the global financial crisis. We were required to provide ongoing oversight every issue of quarter to 60 days. So we have experience in ways we built on that experience to hit the ground running, provide immediate oversight and help ensure accountability and transparency of how the funds or Viennese let's look at the overall number is 2.57 in Seven trillion in spending and the and the measures passed by Congress here, the figures on each of those packages the PPP, the Paycheck Protection Program, 670 billion. The Treasury Economic Stabilization Fund, 500 billion explain expanded unemployment. Suren insurance, 375 billion economic impact payments. 282 billion public health emergency funding funding, 232 billion and 150 billion from the Exact the relief for state and local governments. Of that 2.57 trillion Nicky Clowers. How much has been spent already about $677 billion. That's what we found in our in our work and collection of data. Unfortunately, Treasury and we have not released overall spending data. Yet under Allenby guidance agencies are to report On on there's care spending starting at the end of June. So we expect the overall spending data to be available starting probably at the end of July in all this time frame. Incident. In the absence of comprehensive data, We undertook our own efforts to collect what was known about spending until we collected spending information on the on the sixth largest areas that you just mentioned. A swell a some other federal agencies and we found about $677 billion has been expended, and about $1.3 billion has been obligated. That means that the government has committed to spending one's. We're talking about the oversight of those covered 19 relief funds. How that money is spent with the hose. Nicky Klauer. She is their healthcare team manager. Welcome your comments to 027 for 8 8000 Eastern and central time zones, too. 27 for 8001 Mountain and Pacific. I have to imagine that keeping track of 2.5 million is hard enough. What were the challenges of tracking $2.57 trillion worth of spending on you? As you mentioned? Not all spent yet and and how much staff does this entail? Well, it is challenging, providing a real time oversight. As you can imagine. A CZ agencies are standing up programs there figuring out how to 1000 programs, how to track their own spending on DH decisions, change programs of all and so that requires us to be Very agile and nimble on Dwork with the agency's Tio Keep up to date on the latest developments, and so in our horses were working around the clock and frankly, too Track the dollars. Make sure we have a good understanding so we can provide that information to policy makers and the public.
"allenby" Discussed on The Ralph Report
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Race Still to Close to Call in Iowa
"Been nearly a full all day since the start of the Iowa caucuses and we still don't know who won partial results show former south. Bend Indiana Mayor Pete. Buddha judge is leading with about twenty seven percent of the state's delegates followed closely by Vermont. Senator Bernie Sanders with twenty five percent and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren trailing with eighteen. MM Percent Party. Officials said the delay was due to a bug in the APP that was being used to report the caucus results last night. Prompting officials to tally up the results manually Democratic Party chair troy price addressed the delay late Tuesday. Now the fact is is that as we started doing this Last night it took longer longer than we expected and so but the my paramount concern is making sure that these results are accurate and reflect what happened last night. In Caucuses across the state. We're going to do just that. And that's we're GONNA take the time we need to joining me now from Washington with more details on just what happened and how it's going to affect the rest of the twenty twenty race and his Wall Street Journal reporter Chad Day Chad. The candidates are already focused on New Hampshire which holds holds. Its primary next Tuesday. How has the delay in results from Iowa impacted their momentum? I think what it's done is it's basically allowed. It's actually given in a big boost to candidates who maybe didn't perform that well in Iowa. It's allowed them to be able to have an entire night where each one of the candidates are able to go out and have a victory speech. And then say we're going on a New Hampshire without. They're actually having been results. Come out and so you know in terms of momentum it actually is robbed You know the winner of the of the caucus from having that spotlight and and you know really what. The Iowa caucuses always kind of serve as is a way for people to kind of pick up momentum going into the next states. And maybe that's not going to happen as much here because every single one of the top candidates was able to say. We're on New Hampshire sewing new last night that these votes are going to be delayed. What is the latest Info you can tell us about the cause because of the delay in results? What more have we found out about the APP use to report the results in what went wrong last night right? So what we're finding out dribs and drabs are coming out out now and I think we still don't know everything that's happened But what what happened was that they were rolled out this APP to be able to tabulate the results and they were trying to do this so that it would be a lot faster to get the results out. Obviously that didn't go the way that they wanted to instead There were problems on one end where people were not properly trained with. The APP didn't know how to use it and then on the other end it's that win. Vote tabulations were being put into the APP. They were actually collecting that information correctly but they were not reporting out correctly. And so whenever I W- Officials noticed that and and saw that problem. They basically had to revert to the backup system and start going through a you know reviewing each one of the paper trail of each one of the caucuses and so that is obviously taken a lot of time and resulted in there being almost a twenty four hour longer delay in seeing any kind of results and how about the logistics of what's been happening overnight tonight and for much of today confirming vote and checking the accuracy. How did that work well? So what they're doing is they're making sure that there that the vote tallies that are actually in the computer system matchup. What's up with the paper trail that they had at the different caucases seven more than seventeen hundred caucus sites across Iowa? And you know one thing that kind of has gotten missed in this is that yes you know. We didn't see results last night. There were expectations that they were gonNA come out. There was a problem with this APP. However you know th the backup system that was in place Appears to be working you you know. They didn't release any results. That were Ronan instead. It appears that the party is trying to make sure that you know they're getting it right and so I would urge you know a little bit of caution in is we're looking at this as you know it was kind of a disaster. An embarrassment for the party. Yes it was. It's not what they expected to have happened. But in terms of actual votes being manipulated or actual votes. What's going out to the public That were Aronie issue. No that did not happen and importantly the party. The Democratic Party in Iowa has confirmed that there was no security breach or anything like that you know. I think what we can say is that the party has said that they have not seen signs. There was any kind of security breach. Hack it's very difficult to make that determination I would. I'd say what it does appear in. What they have pointed out is that there was a bug in the software for the APP that resulted in problems? And so You know I think what's going to kind looking forward. There's going to be a lot of questions about. WAS THIS APP properly. Tested that have enough review from people who are qualified security researchers or people who do this for a living thing you know and so those are all of the questions that were kind of digging into right now is how did this happen and You know how can you prevent from happening in the future. Yeah certainly a lot. The questions coming out of this and what happened last night is also raising questions about Iowa's role in kicking off the nation's nominating contests and fair to say questions about faith faith in the system. I think that's right. I think you know when voters see this where they see you know irregularities and problems you know that that's going to undermine their faith and so already you have a Democratic Party right now where a large part of it is very suspect of establishment candidates. Very suspect of the DNC and you have a lot of supporters of Bernie Bernie Sanders some of Elizabeth Warren. As well who say that you know this is a Democratic Party needs to be shaken up. And I think that this further you know reinforces some of the our thoughts that You know their suspicion with the voting system. There's suspicion with the Democratic Party and the process. And you know anytime that you have something like this whether it is eh appears so you know right now to be a situation where it's either incompetence or You know mistakes were made and not something where there's a grand conspiracy see. It is going to undermine people's faith in it and that's where in the in the vacuum of information that we've had over the last little while that's why you've seen that kind of bubble up on social media and looking ahead Nevada has now said it will not use the APP that was used last night in Iowa for its caucus which are coming up later this month. Yeah that's right and I think that they basically didn't want to be Iowa you know they saw what happened last night and said you know maybe we should go back to the system that we've used before I also also think that what you'll see from states going forward is that ahead of Iowa's caucuses. They were talking about you. Know setting expectations very high saying that results. We're GONNA come out very quickly quickly saying that. They had instituted all of these kinds of you know a new APP and things like that And that set people up to be expecting things to come out last night. I think you might see other other states. Say you know we're GonNa take our time and you'RE GONNA get results after we verified them And try to set a little lower bar that way people are not you know basically writing on very very high expectations and then very disappointed whenever they don't see results almost immediately president trump of course did criticize the process calling what happened a quote unmitigated Disaster Democrats have also faced calls for greater transparency. Where does this leave us? You know it's really hard to tell because of the way the news cycle goes right now. Everything is so fast paced. And I I think you know one of the things that The candidates hurt the candidates because they kind of missed their window here. We're now going to have a state of the Union we're GonNa have pretty much assured acquittal in the trial and so you know and then all the candidates are looking at New Hampshire and so you know the news cycle is already kind of moving on and so you know whether or not this will have some kind of lasting impact. I'm Allenby something that turns into talking point that Republicans see that they can use it against Democrats or you know whether or not Democrats will look at this and say you know. This was a warning shot. We really need to get things in order in terms of our infrastructure around different caucuses. And maybe we need to rethink Iowa. I think that time will tell right now. It seems very fresh but just given the way that the news news cycle goes You know we'll see if we're talking about this in three weeks and we of course here at the Wall Street Journal. We'll continue to follow that Wall Street Journal reporter Chad Day joining me from Washington. Thank you so much for having me
AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data
"This holiday week. We wanted to revisit some of our climate coverage from this past year looking at how tech can help us adapt to climate change. The series is called how we survive and to start with. You have to understand the problem and then create smart solutions. That's the job of the Chesapeake Conservancy. Urban City a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data Jeff Allenby NBA Director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake Conservancy. Now one thing to know. Is that the Chesapeake Bay. Watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand thousand square miles spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area. Down to the meter the data set that would be created for the Jessica that one meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest High resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than a million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around. The Great Lakes wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology. Lucas JOPPA leads. Microsoft's AI. For Earth Program which lends the company's computing power her and machine learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions. The program worked with the Chesapeake Conservancy to scale up their approach. To land mapping to a much bigger area and faster we wanted to do that for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it because if it does your going to be out of date by the time you're done right. The company awards grants let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists assist to various climate related projects. JOPPA says right now. Ai For earth isn't meant to be a money maker but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've got to make sure that we have our own house in order but then we do have to be proactive and going out and and ensuring that our products are it deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact and there's business value for Microsoft and being there. I were a platform company and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake Conservancy. The real value comes and being able to know what's working and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the adaptive side of it it really allows you to to understand the context of kind of any given action and it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby she says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste
"allenby" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I brought a treasure chest looking back now with anybody likes him yes what I have in my treasure chest I had to guess I think I have a gas I think my well it might be like as it might be matchbox cars what do you think yeah do you think it's treasure well today we are going to hear a story about and dairy Fritz man who had lots of treasure and he had so much treasure that the barn he had built to hold it all was too small so he had to build another bigger Barnett was human again and the rich man was so pleased with himself so he decided he was going to sit back and enjoy all of his treasure and keep it all for himself what do you think about that well Jesus guys and to tell us that the man and the rich man in the story he tax and he did not get to enjoy his humongous barn full of stuff several Jesus goes on to tell us that the rich man with placing too much importance on the wrong date because what's important is not what we cheat and our treasure box or in our humongous barn what's important is what we have inside we are gods treasure in each one of us has something inside that makes us special seven what we need to remember is that when we share what we have inside our treasure we honor god hi please pray with me dear god help us remember to treasure ourselves in others and help us remember to share our treasure with the others in your name we pray on that now is the congregation let's join together in the prayer that Jesus taught us all to say our father who art in heaven Allenby the name I came to town that will be done on earth as it is in heaven give us this day our daily bread as we forgive debts as we forgive our.
AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device. Click share. Instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet, or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more. And sign up for your free trial. When you're using big data to adapt to climate change. Sometimes you need to call in big tech from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. You're on marketplace tech, we've been covering how technology helps us adapt to climate change in our series. How we survive to start with you have to understand the problem and create smart solutions? That's the job of the Chesapeake conservancy, a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data. Jeff Allenby is director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake conservancy. Now, one thing to know is that the Chesapeake Bay watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand square miles, spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area down to the meter the data set. That'd be created for the Chesapeake of that one, meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest high resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than. Million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house, a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize, whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around the Great Lakes, wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money, but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology, Lucas Joppa leads Microsoft's AI for earth program, which lends the company's computing power and machine. Learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions the program worked with the Chesapeake conservancy to scale up their approach to land mapping to a much bigger area and faster. We wanted to do that, for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it. Because if it does you're going to be out of date by the time. You're done right. The company awards grants. Let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists to various climate related projects, Joppa, says right now AI for earth isn't meant to be a money maker, but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've gotta make sure that we have our own house in order. But then we do have to be proactive in going out and, and ensuring that our products are deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact. And there's business value for Microsoft, and being there, first, where a platform company, and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody. Building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake conservancy, the real value comes and being able to know what's working, and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the side of it, it really allows you to, to understand the context. Of kind of any given action. And it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste. And now I am related links. You can see some of the super detailed maps that the Chesapeake conservancy created and a little more detail about those projects at our website marketplace tech dot org. Thanks, Dan Ackerman, from the water main project at American public media for turning that into a super cool story. And we've got linked to more information about some of the grants that the Microsoft AI for earth project has given out last month in announced five hundred thousand dollars for new grants that will actually be distributed by the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation. And we know that climate intelligence is the first place to start with a lot of these adaptation efforts. So there's a lot more news on that front, all the time earlier this month AT and T shared, the data that it's been using to evaluate the risks to its facilities, and make them more resilient to extreme weather. These data sets were developed by the department of energy's, Argonne National Laboratory, and AT and T made them all available to the public. The company also started a climate resiliency community challenged, so that universities can work with towns in southeastern. States to develop solutions and risk analysis based on that data and just last week in an attempt to get everybody looking at the same peer review trustworthy data the World Meteorological Organization launched the WMO catalog for climate data there. Eighteen data sets in there, so far and the organization hopes more will be added soon, the Wm oh, by the way, I also just learned is basically, the in house, weather, and climate agency of the United Nations. Another fun fact last week, the WMO elected Gerhard Adrian of Germany, as its new president for four year term. And I mentioned this because he beat out our guy. Dr Lewis, you Tonelli who's currently the director of the US national weather service. Sorry, doctor, you Tonelli. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Check out our totally radical new. 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"allenby" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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"allenby" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Want an animal that could fly and kick some, but you know, be. No, no. I don't wanna be Bosco. She she. No, no, I love her. But I wouldn't want to be here. Allenby human. Yeah. You're gonna be human. All right next question, silky. Okay. Next question, assuming you could not be both. Would you rather? Be someone the greatest love or greatest lover. It's tough because that can be both so easily. Say I'm definitely the ladder. So I'm gonna go greatest love. Jay black. I'm passing on the question. Could you explain it to change? So picture your ideal girl. Jay all right to say your name. You're thinking of a. Would you want her to be like, oh my God? J blacks, the love of my life. You so sweetie. So romantic, I can't live without him. He's a good option. He's the best or that's the greatest love of her life or the greatest lover of. Oh my God. My headboard is destroyed. Springs on the bed. I one dude we greatest love southern gentlemen. I'd take the fr- take the greatest love love, really, really. I've been the greatest love of someone's life. I don't think I've ever been the greatest lover. Yeah. I'm taking lover. Yeah. You and your waffle fries. Go next question, silky, right?.
"allenby" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Same time he's negotiating with hussein sheriff is sheriff assane about who who would be the king of the arabs hussein doesn't like lloyd george does he they don't their their negotiation goes poorly is lord lord george being bloody minded hereafter making promises to ha has seines is he betraying well i think there's i mean at some level of course there was a betrayal going on here but as i tried to say before the british never really wanted to encourage arab nationalism of any sort they they didn't want to see the creation of an independent arab kingdom they didn't believe the arabs are capable of self rule in that sense and so for the british they were trying to forestall anything that would lead to arab independence because it wasn't that their interest they they already knew that they agreed with their european partners how to to carve up these territories and then the role of the streets and that was really quite reduced so you know i think for the british their their objectives were to try and win the war and then after the peace to secure their territorial interests in the middle east allenby at one point because the offensive in france is going very badly for the allies in the spring of nineteen eighteen he's ordered to prepare for france i jotted that down because it's at this point that the american show up and seal the bleeding on the on the road and stop the germans right outside of paris and allenby stays in place allenby will advance go on the offensive and continue right into transjordan take pig pieces of it and that will begin the turmoil that we know today as the.
"allenby" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Same time he's negotiating with hussein sheriff is sheriff for sane about who who would be the king of the arabs assane doesn't like lloyd george does he they don't they they're they're negotiation goes poorly is lord lord george being bloody minded hereafter making promises to has seines is he betraying well i think is i mean at some level of course it was a betrayal going on here but i tried to say before the british never really wanted to encourage arab nationalism of any sort they they didn't want to see the creation of an independent arab kingdom they didn't believe the arabs are capable of self rule in that sense and so for the british they were trying to forestall anything that would lead to arab independence because it wasn't an interesting they already knew that they'd agreed with their european partners how to carve up these territories and then the rule of the streets and that was really quite reduced so you know i think for the british their their objectives were to try and win the war and then after the peace to secure their territorial interests in the middle east allenby at one point because the offensive in france is going very badly for the allies in the spring of nineteen eighteen he's ordered to prepare for france i i've jotted that down because it's at this point that the american show up and seal the bleeding on the on the road and stop the germans right outside of paris and allenby stays in place allenby will advance go on the offensive and continue right into transjordan take pig pieces of it and that will begin the turmoil that we know today as the middle east the arab israeli turmoil is a is a consequence of decisions made in the summer of one thousand nine hundred eighteen the armistice is in november however your book is very careful in moving these pieces around without answering so that's why i'm asking about these relationships as as allenby advances and faisal is struggling with his era battalions he's he's been trying to fight the turks as well.
"allenby" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Alicia has been with me for eleven months now twice when allenby brought the ship and what supplies i've headedness of the others wouldn't see each time i've seen the question and allenby's is question i have myself and i don't have the answer it's difficult to explain the sum total of this relationship but it's also man woman there are times when even i know that a leash is simply an extension of me a mirror of my needs i have my own words coming from it the thing she's learned to love other things i love where do you want to store the magazines and books corey anywhere alicia anyway you'd like i think i've reached the point now where i won't analyzer any longer i accept her as part of my life an integral part i know i have got along without her because i'm not lonely anymore each day is something i can live with something new gift nothing else matters because i love her been trying to get up the courage to tell her that's all for now lisa yes go outside work on the truck for a shaikha with you oh wait see how it's coming just don't stand the sun too long i won't much work on it lately but it's gonna get finished and it'll be great i promise i believe you in the front seat right next to the driver let's see how about burgers in a movie but we have the movies allenby brought us haven't you ever been on a date i pick you up and we'll go to the movies driving how about that you don't even have to get out of your car then we go to a drive in restaurant on the way home we still don't have to get out of the car isn't that something purchasing fries maybe a chocolate shake and we drive home real slow where we live where we really live where we belong sound wonderful sure shirt does has lots of places where who go take a drive out to the beach cruise so i can show of my girl.
"allenby" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Allenby missed income pretty far gone hey don't move that it's my cup i've still got some water left yeah i like it leave it would you like some more water where is your place on an asteroid alright asteroid i know that word six thousand miles north to south four thousand east to west it's got atmosphere gravity the works now on display great start saying my name i don't want some machine in here i'm not a machine i'm an xp one get out of corey corey that's the coil springs what's wrong corey right i brought you some water where shall i put it just leave it but it will get warm on the sand it won't taste as good you know that what it tastes like i can feel thirst what else can you feel how excuse me a different kind of machine yes of course so why didn't they build you look like a machine aren't you made a metal with nuts and bolts sticking out of you why is electric what you prefer that you know no my because then you wouldn't be ally ally what did it cover you with stuff that looks like flesh.
"allenby" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The ship and what supplies i've had in the others wouldn't see each time i've seen the question and allenby's is question atma self and i don't have the answer difficult to explain the sum total of this relationship man and machine but it's also man and woman there are times when even i know that a leash is simply an extension of me a mirror of my needs i hear my own words coming from the things she's learned to love other things i love where do you want to store the magazines and books corey anywhere alicia anyway you'd like i think i've reached the point now where i won't analyzer any longer i accept her as a part of my life an integral part i know i haven't got along without her because i'm not lonely anymore each day is something i can live with something new to gift nothing else matters because i love her i've been trying to get up the courage to tell her that's all for now lisa yes oh go outside work on the truck for a while shallow with you oh wait see how it's coming just don't stay in sun too long i won't i haven't done much work on lately but it's going to get finished and it'll be great i promise i believe you go on the front seat right next to the driver i we going somewhere let's see how about burgers in a movie but we have the movies allenby brought us haven't you ever been on a date i pick you up and we go to the movies driving i'll bet that you don't even have to get out of your car then we go to a drive in restaurant on the way home we still don't have to get out of the car isn't that something you wanna purchase and fries maybe a chocolate shake and we drive home real slow know where we live where we really live where we belong sound wonderful shirt us has lots of places we who go take a drive out to the beach cruise so i can show of my girl.
"allenby" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"And act two of the lonely you're now the proud on the next one robot this model represents the latest in modern technology do not think of it as machine for all intents and purposes it functions as a highly sophisticated similar krom of a human being hello my name's alicia what's yours hold on a minute here don't i speak clearly enough no no no you sound fine fine is this both physiologically and psychologically she is comparable to a living human with a full set of emotions are writable memory track and the ability to reason and speak she is immune to organic illness and under normal circumstances should have a lifespan similar to that of a human being caution must be taken against exposure to excessive heat and moisture she comes complete with a loose fitting microphone common for general use where'd you answer my question please what question what's your name corey my name's corey i like that name if you don't mind what are you doing what is this place this is mine my place yours where i live alone allenby mistake i'm pretty far gone hey don't move that it's my cup i've still got some water left water do you like water corey leave it would you like some more water very well where is your place on an asteroid alright asteroid i know that word six thousand miles north to south four thousand east west got atmosphere gravity the works now on it you just just start saying my name i don't want some machine in here i'm not a machine i'm an xp one go on get out corey cory cory that's the coil springs what's wrong corey right i brought you some water where shall i put it just leave it but it will get warm on the sand it won't taste as good you know that would it tastes like i can feel i.
"allenby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sort of what you saw right allenby absolutely yeah it is amazing i ate boomer ngos up than stupid and get arrested again somewhere yeah you know what it's sorta inevitable your it drives me nuts is one like people see him out in vegas or something they'll take selfish would run out i mean have a little selfrespect like i know he's a celebrity in his own jay whatever plenty the dudes a murderer let's stop it for crying out loud to get a selfie widow jane put it up on your instagram account while you're obsessed with al would you want a selfie without j held now or 100 percent online narrows changes of lukewarm one thing i would say you're a murderer eggs i don't know if you do that could you actually do i will amount of bribes as will law that anywhere right i'd say don't murder me i juice avi deals with all i of course i hope so i wanted to my friend jeff ruby throw him out of his restaurant down in louisville kentucky daily as a owns a restaurant and they're called jeff rubies and co oh jay was in there prior to being arrested in las vegas obviously and it was for the kentucky derby yeah and jeff said we don't allow murderers in her now i'm sure there have been murderers and jeff rubies restaurants merlin lima just weren famous murderers vieira so he took ob obviously took advantage of all this cassette is a very good promoter at all year straub lithuania yeah and then of course the next day i see that night he's on fox news talk into the gulf quota love it of course you was the name of a restaurant out there it is boomer ngo on the fan and boomers got some for you we didn't we had jeff cole in we did because he had a book out he put a book out of some sort jeff day yeah because that was before he got arrested before oj got arrested in vegas serbia 2007 wasn't it i'm not sure when oj got arrested in vegas but look at how we first started yeah so we hit my buddy jeff on the talk about sprays whenever guys it's bragging season nothing is worse than the tournament favorite being eliminated early on in this year don't get bench with busted brackets sign up today for five hour energy brackets at 5hour energy dot com brackets dot com only 5hour energy realtime brackets let.
"allenby" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"A build up more dive relationships with his customers in whitaker let's do the numbers shares oppose 21st century fox and disney traded slightly higher overnight amid speculation of that deal in europe london's footsie hasn't moved much data today showed wages rose between august and october of last year but the labor market also lost jobs at the fastest pace in almost two and a half years saudi culture is undergoing seismic change women are now allowed to drive music concerts have been held and this week the kingdom announced it was lifting a 35year ban on cinemas the first ones are expected to open next march and it's a massive business opportunity allenby giannis chief executive of the dubaibased company that owns the vox cinema chain estimates say the saudi industry could be worth as much as twenty five billion dollars the solbes population that are connected to the words you have the highest into that but it's vision they want the modern lifestyle so folks cinema is going to be an instrument that boston in bringing this lifestyle after so that abia added as entertainment that this world class and in designing politically a few days but i track down exactly the kind of person he's talking about she's twenty eight yearold hunter on naming and she happens to be a saudi filmmaker how is in dubai's while screening her own feature detained about syrian refugees between showing she told me how growing up entertainment was frowned upon our culture in general especially re religious people they think that um entertainment is is something for heaven it we should just spend our time praying in.
"allenby" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"A yeah and along with that mission statement incorporated in that mission statement is an emphasis on your christian service okay allenby we're not a christian station per se and that we get all the tax breaks but just about everybody here is a but pretty deep christian now everybody but most people it's a nice it's a nice environment to working couple years ago i called into your show when your take on cohosts equally and i remarked that uh your show was um a piece of americana and that american monica and americana has the culture of america and part of the culture of america is it's religious heritage name and so i like to think that we like to promote fat culture in america one that's a conservative in in politics although it also has its liberal uh let's not forget there were liberals of course in american history but they're not the who we want to emulate and um a caller but i had so was this way on that and so part of that is our christian heritage and the promotion of that christian heritage because we know historically the founding fathers base this country on are on their christian heritage and rain so consequently i believe that there's there are attacks on those and of of a spiritual nature on those who have a christian outlook and a prominent voice in the community and i think you at their own i'll cycle that aol yeah a second that theory okay yeah i mean leave some of it you see forthright right rain some of it you don't see forthright but you see it secondhand well i wanna move on to this um topic of basically attacks both spiritual and the weather word is uh uh this up anew in tehran and you announced a couple of weeks ago to our audience that uh you had a recurrence of cancer in your and i actually think that uh this part of a spiritual attack on your mission and work here i angry i would like to encourage all our listeners and uh any people aren't our listeners that they hold you in prayer and uh perhaps you give uh an update on your treatment with every all right yeah that'd be fine i i think i mentioned before that.
"allenby" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To us by brave love a movement dedicated to changing the perception of adoption by now jing birth moms for their brave decision to place their child for adoption and give them the gift of life and then their website brave love done org a young lady named sandra short shared her powerful letter the her birth mother and recorded a force let's take a listen hours in secondgrade my past only allies adopted there are so my question that i want to answer venue they never will be there at times i look in the mirror staring him and so winding what you might look like the color of hair eyes and skin the laugh their way smile wondered if he thought about me every day when i was younger i always a mistake two thousand only reason you gave me up i will be in tears thinking that there is something wrong with me he plays me outside of a building and left me alone to have some people brought me trent working age i would have hard feelings against here ending in care about you i like it thing was why why did you leave me he abandon me and i thought i wanted that that was a mistake it dawned on me that if you had cut me my life would be completely get friend allenby in china speaking different language perhaps having a dipping will again i wouldn't have the friends i have now all my experiences of my friends and family bulletin have even existed i'm twenty one now and still have questions than most importantly i want to thank you it might not have an easy to give your own child but what he has given me with a family that loves me cares for me and new opportunity even though we are thousands of miles apart i feel that you i still a part of me and a part of that still remains a mystery they easter of a hold on me nonetheless who knows maybe i'll go back to kano or all began maybe we will he at the same restaurant and make eye contact classroom you'll never know about your never realised who we are looking at or maybe we adjust naronha high syria night i have always fantasise about that pirate i.
"allenby" Discussed on WTVN
"To a allenby accused of flipflopping but i did say this on air and i said it may be i i said it off air to him as well that that i thought the chance was there for the browns we better better than the bengals the season and maybe maybe i should just run with that now but you know you you mentioned you know some of the good things they did corey coleman agai you know first round draft pick a year ago you know five catches scores touchdowns and and just the the way that they you talked to a against levy on bell but conner caroline carried a couple of times but did a good job against the the pittsburgh rush in general and you know could be worse cincinnati was so bad i've pulled up the box score the game please in the whole rightside for cincinnati is empty because they just did not want to cause me that much pain they did want my eyes to bleed they don't want me to see the stats right and and i understand that because it was so terrible how do you not score a point now home in your season opener see now how by would it feel two of the browns can get as season sweep or possibly a win from cincinnati should there's a couple in there already i'm just saying but yet to come out with the in we talked about the type of weapons it's cincinnati that's the thing we thought that they could at least lean on the offense and certainly you know you're missing a couple starters to suspensions on defense in this game he thought all right you know this is a team that certainly early on a maybe for the season is going to have to outscore p well they couldn't even get on the board winds out let me ask you win is a win is there a point because there has been talk about a year the big bang goes fan over the next let's say couple of weeks okay that the performance like this continues that marvin lewis's butt cheek start to feel a.
"allenby" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Grab it troubling taiwan it was really the last break on sirc's quest for power what now what happens when she goes unchecked well we might find out because all land saw is back newlook guys will fashion consultation buzzcut air no shoes letting the feet breathe scarred physically mentally emotionally by his war experience experiences but he has found comfort in an extremist sect of the peace known as the sparrows whistled purchaser see begs for forgiveness for his role in their previous relations on the part that he played with robert in the wind in the bore it's not what i don't know it on what you mean what wind what or whom robber who have this robert allenby while in the bedroom of sir loris dayrell ali varadero for date night yet don't keep the king waiting for dinner lo let's get on with it marjorie says she bersin not a nocker not enough to be not leave a sock on the north of the one nine t are guns mortars thrilled she chides lawyers be more discreet be who you are right to be more discreet cross the narrow seeing pen toss tyrian and vera surived tyrian in a box the former master whispers toast hearing about the conspiracy he ilyasova paddison group of friends hatch many years ago to return to our gary into the throne tyrian drinks heavily extremely heavily he asked verse why why did you helped me various things tyrian is just the sort of free agent the team dragons needs meanwhile in marine our favorite spot.
"allenby" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"A sitcom with heart maybe an season six where i was trying to explain to him not to be fearful not to be scared he shouldn't be scared of everything but it turns out the most the things that people must scared of he he actually excels at but i went back and i started to google it and try to find the list there's all these good vibe things out now the work see when you and i were grown up we were scared on the list was rusty metallic objects pierce show yeah now it's being scared of not being hugged enough and stuff like a crazy narrow look up some of the found that list gary as as a lot of good vibes on there while area lives it also crazy so anyway your allenby rubble finding inventive it's like i just google then top10 phobias our fears or something like that and their stuff on their juror that you there are new way you go who've course yeah she didn't have we didn't have intimacy when we're we're scared of fruit bats stuff half the flight your had the advantage of your show us right so bob yeah the mayor there there's really look i i swear to god with this stuff it's repetition man okay gotta get up correct and you know in in medicine you started medical school given presentations over and over you to every day you're in a position somebody but but the one thing that i think that the reason that physicians are never afraid of it because the the only thing they're fearful of is being called out for not knowing the topic so are always extremely careful to make sure the really understand and have something to say whatever and i've always thought that was a really important thing which in other words when you get up if you really know the topic and you really upset to say and you want to share it you kind of forget that your public speaking of that makes sense.