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Ask Me Another
"almonte" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Right there. Just that little favorite thing Brown Rick. I'm so great. It feels like it's something that's been unconsciously ripped off by so many rock bands. Like they don't even understand. Where they got that from, and they're like, look what I did. And it's like, yeah, but I'm pretty sure a Commodore did it already. Well, that's sort of thing has never happened in popular culture. No, not at all. No, not at all. Stealing from bob Commodore. Aren't they all? Are they all just something common? They're like Johnny Commodore. I think Johnny Commodore Ricky Commodore at the brothers. Yeah. I think that's how they came up with their name. That was correct. Okay, last clip is for you, guest door. Okay. Yeah. I know that know that. This is the most recent of the ones we've listened. Yeah. So this is in your era. Yeah, I'm trying to remember like, this was definitely like on the mixtape where I wanted to lose my virginity to but couldn't. I wasn't happy. It's a classic on that. Yes. So this is this woman is from a famous musical family. Okay. There was a family band. She was not in it. Oh, this is misses Jackson. Certainly is. Yeah. That's what it is. I did. See, this was definitely on those tapes. Do you know the song title? I get so lonely, right? I get lonely. Yeah. I remember the hook, yeah, this is fine. I like this, it's played a lot of money. This played a lot in my uncle's car when I used to pretend to drive it. I was like, yeah, I'm a sit up here and it's celica. You know? After the break, Chile was sharp and gastro almonte turn our game this that or the other into an intellectual masterpiece and a little later the McIlroy brothers tell us all about their podcasting empire. I'm afraid of iceberg. This is ask me another.
AP News Radio
At least 5 dead as Midwest rocked by hurricane-force winds
"A a deadly deadly storm storm system system struck struck a a broad broad stretch stretch of of the the Great Great Plains Plains and and Midwest Midwest Wednesday Wednesday night night I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with details details those those sirens sirens are are from from video video posted posted J. J. Sharni Sharni showing showing blackened blackened skies skies over over Ames Ames Iowa Iowa with with forks forks of of lightning lightning illuminating illuminating funnel funnel clouds clouds on on the the horizon horizon you're you're all all just just Corey Corey Mead Mead at at the the National National Weather Weather Service Service in in Nebraska Nebraska says says it'd it'd been been an an unseasonably unseasonably warm warm day day in in the the lower lower to to mid mid seventies seventies at at Lincoln Lincoln and and Almonte Almonte that's that's you you know know that's that's quite quite a a departure departure from from what what we we normally normally see see here here and and in in mid mid December December system system spawned spawned hurricane hurricane force force winds winds and and likely likely tornadoes tornadoes in in Nebraska Nebraska and and Iowa Iowa as as well well as as Minnesota Minnesota officials officials have have confirmed confirmed at at least least five five deaths deaths the the storm storm has has since since shifted shifted north north of of the the Great Great Lakes Lakes into into Canada Canada producing producing more more high high winds winds with with snow snow and and hazardous hazardous conditions conditions in in the the upper upper Great Great Lakes Lakes region region I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
The Mom Voice
"almonte" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"Okay. Back to the show. It's the week of september twenty third two thousand twenty one. Emma what do we need to know. We have to start off with the biggest headline everywhere script. The nation you guys have talked about it. Almonte boys oh yes biggest. Headlines is about missing girl gabby petito here is the latest so authorities found her body. It's been confirmed in wyoming and according to the coroner manner of death is homicide which means she was killed not a lot of specifics though but officials or the official cause of death is pending until final autopsy. Reports are in. I want to give you guys some background. On this case on july second gabby petito set off on a trip with her fiance brian laundry driving to yellowstone national park. They never made it. Their laundry returned home without gabby on september first. Her parents though didn't report her missing until september eleventh. As soon as lonzo was declared a person of interest by authorities. He disappeared his parents. Tell f. b. i. agents. He went hiking in a nature preserve sometime last week. In vanished agencies have been calming the preserve that his parents say he took off too. But according to cnn. It's not that easy first. Laundry had a couple days headstart so he may have traveled a significant distance by car or by foot. They don't know also the area that search crews are combing through right now is swampy and it's infested with gators and snakes gabby body was found on sunday at a campground embroidered. Bridger teton national forest. It's right near the grand teton national park in wyoming on monday the f. b. i. Searched the home that both gabby and brian were living in with his parents. That's in florida also on monday. The grant county sheriff's office in utah. They released nine one one audio from a witness who said he saw a man slap a woman and then saw a white ford transit van with florida plates. Drive away the domestic dispute between these two. Brian and gabby was reported about a month before. Gabby family reported her missing. And this is what's so sad. The conclusion of that report indicated that officers on-scene had viewed gabby as the aggressor still trying to make sense of here. But that's in their official report. Of course this story is developing by the minute so keep it locked among cast on instagram at emma. J. t. v. is where you can find more updates another top headline in a topic..
KPRC 950 AM
"almonte" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Will begin his work week in the West to talk about wildfires and a campaign for California's governor. Ahead of Tuesday's recall election. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to tour the National Interagency Fire Center, and then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally. Newsom's facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by U C. Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News to French politicians kicked off their presidential campaign seeking to become France's first female leader in next year's spring election. They are the far right. National Rally parties, Marine Le Pen and Paris is Socialist Mayor and Hidalgo. A murder suspect is in custody because of a social media page Foxes Celgene Grasso reports caught with the help of Instagram Love Triangle murder suspect Lee Al Monte was extradited to New York City thanks to an instagram page. Police were looking for Al Monte for close to four years, but an Instagram post practically led them to his doorstep in California in May, they saw 34 year old Alma Party in a snap on the Instagram account for Los Angeles Barber getting a trim. NYPD had been looking for El Monty since December, 2000 and 17 27 year old Jade al Garcia was fatally shot six times in the back in Manhattan. At the time, police said the gunplay was possibly the result of a love triangle caused by an ongoing argument over the victim's wife. Now Almonte is in custody. It's time on the lamb.
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"almonte" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"President Biden will begin his work week in the West to talk about wildfires and a campaign for California's governor. Ahead of Tuesday's recall election. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to tour the National Interagency Fire Center. And then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally nuisance facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted. But hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by U C. Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News to French politicians kicked off their presidential campaign seeking to become France's first female leader in next year's spring election. They are the far right national Rally parties, Marine Le Pen and Paris is socialist mayor and healed ago. A murder suspect is in custody because of uh social media Page Fox Algae and Grasso. Reports caught with the help of Instagram Love Triangle murder suspect Lee Al Monte, was extradited to New York City. Thanks to an instagram page. Police were looking for Al Monte for close to four years, but an Instagram post practically led them to his doorstep in California. In May, they saw 34 year old Al Monte in a snap on the Instagram account for Los Angeles Barber getting a trim. The NYPD had been looking for Almaty since December, 17 2027 year old jade L. Garcia was fatally shot six times in the back in Manhattan. At the time, police said the gunplay was possibly the result of a love triangle caused by an ongoing argument over the Tim's wife. Now Almonte is in custody his time on the lam. Cut short sound. She and Grasso Fox news and I'm joking here. Fox dance. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico we hired a nature.
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"almonte" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"The Ben Domenech podcast. Subscribe and listen now by going on fox news podcast dot com. Another business is blasting a new law in Texas that bans most abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. The CEO of Salesforce says it will help employees leave Texas if they have concerns about access to reproductive health care sales forces based in San Francisco. Abortion rights advocates have pressured companies based in Texas to speak out against the law, but most have remained silent. Last week, the Justice Department sued Texas to block the law. Social Media Page leads police straight to a murder suspect caught with the help of Instagram Love Triangle murder suspect Lee Al Monte was extradited to New York City thanks to an instagram page police were looking for Al Monte for close to four years, but an Instagram post practically led them to his doorstep in California. In May, they saw 34 year old Al Monte in a snap on the Instagram account for Los Angeles Barber. Getting a trim. The N Y P D had been looking for Al Monte since December, 2000 and 17 27 year old jade L. Garcia was fatally shot six times in the back in Manhattan. At the time, police said the gunplay was possibly the result of a love triangle caused by an ongoing argument over the victim's wife. Now Almonte is in custody. His time on the lamb cut short sounds and dress. Oh Fox News. Pope Francis is on the move. He left the Vatican this morning for a trip to Central and Eastern Europe. In his first trip overseas for six months, Pope Francis is traveling to Hungary and Slovakia, but his first stop in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, is unusually brief, lasting just a few hours. It's prompting speculation about tensions with Hungary's anti immigration government. In contrast, Francis is set to spend four days in Slovakia. This is also the pope's first travel since he had intestinal surgery over the summer Faxes.
The Patriot AM 1150
"almonte" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"A new law in Texas that bans most abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. The CEO of Salesforce says it will help employees leave Texas if they have concerns about access to reproductive health care sales forces based in San Francisco. Abortion rights advocates have pressured companies based in Texas to speak out against the law, but most have remained silent. Last week, the Justice Department sued Texas to block the law. Social Media Page leads police straight to a murder suspect caught with the help of Instagram Love Triangle murder suspect Lee Al Monte was extradited to New York City thanks to an instagram page police were looking for Al Monte for close to four years, but an Instagram post practically led them to his doorstep in California. In May, they saw 34 year old Al Monte in a snap on the Instagram account for Los Angeles Barber. Getting a trim. The N Y P D had been looking for Al Monte since December, 2000 and 17 27 year old jade L. Garcia was fatally shot six times in the back in Manhattan. At the time, police said the gunplay was possibly the result of a love triangle caused by an ongoing argument over the victim's wife. Now Almonte is in custody. His time on the lamb cut short sounds and dress. Oh Fox News. Pope Francis is on the move. He left the Vatican this morning for a trip to Central and Eastern Europe. In his first trip overseas for six months, Pope Francis is traveling to Hungary and Slovakia, but his first stop in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, is unusually brief, lasting just a few hours. It's prompting speculation about tensions with Hungary's anti immigration government. In contrast, Francis is set to spend four days in Slovakia. This is also the pope's first travel since he had intestinal surgery over the summer, says.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"almonte" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"New law in Texas that bans most abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. The CEO of Salesforce's it will help employees leave Texas if they have concerns about access to reproductive health care sales forces based in San Francisco. Abortion rights advocates have pressured companies based in Texas to speak out against the law, but most have remained silent. Last week, the Justice Department sued Texas to block the law. Social Media Page leads police straight to a murder suspect caught with the help of Instagram Love Triangle murder suspect Lee Al Monte was extradited to New York City thanks to an instagram page police were looking for Al Monte for close to four years, but an Instagram post practically led them to his doorstep in California. In May, they saw 34 year old Al Monte in a snap on the Instagram account for the Los Angeles Barber. Getting a trim. The N Y P D had been looking for Al Monte since December, 2000 and 17 27 year old jade L. Garcia was fatally shot six times in the back in Manhattan. At the time, police said the gunplay was possibly the result of a love triangle caused by an ongoing argument over the victim's wife. Now Almonte is in custody. His time on the lamb cut short sounds and dress. Oh Fox News. Pope Francis is on the move. He left the Vatican this morning for a trip to Central and Eastern Europe. In his first trip overseas for six months, Pope Francis is traveling to Hungary and Slovakia, but his first stop in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, is unusually brief, lasting just a few hours. It's prompting speculation about tensions with Hungary's anti immigration government. In contrast, Francis is set to spend four days since the Kia. This is also the pope's first travel since he had intestinal surgery over the summer. Fox's Simon Ellen..
Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap
"almonte" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap
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For Your Reference
"almonte" Discussed on For Your Reference
"What we ready got through the show. I think the best thing that happened in the episode on sticking shit in his luggage. I maintain that those were cgi poops kids. Don't do coke you'll make duck or he needs to see dr. maybe not because we get to the. Let's talk about almonte. Because i really like him. I think he's a great character He brought a lot to the shirt. I dunno i may be biased. Because he has an australian accent But he he definitely does his best any takes a lot of pride in what he does and we see that at the start of the show and warily. Living a snippet imagine constantly. Having to deal with someone that's like shame because you know you can have decades from all classes. But when they rich you need to indulge them. And i that was part of the problem that we had and i guess that was obviously the crescendo that they were hoping to build you. Which kind of fizzled out. Anyway i don't know i thought it was great Even though the episodes with dragging every time all known it was in the same aid. I felt like we're going to have a good tack Who who that was a lottery. It could have been a lot because it was presented in the sharp however this is what it sounds like when you bring complexities of colonization and the ramifications that continued to be felt today by native hawaiians through voice of me. Not my quite right. Let's finish off in a segment. We call fire friends. Eighty our friends reservation dogs on the hulu. Yeah and i think it's about time that we get to see the stories told and i'm loving. It is high time. Heart's on men absolutely I have one reference mystery road so good also while way he There is a show from new zealand called the panthers which is based on the polynesian paths the party but it's only exclusively in new zealand's so hurtful we can watch it sir but that is also another example of people riding their stories if you'd like to choose fight off Katie ot on twitter and instagram. Where at for your f- pud wrote us an email. Hello football cost dot com. We're also on stopped writing stories. That aren't yours. Podcast if you like to leave rating and review and we'll see you guys next week..
Almost 30 Podcast
"almonte" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Any of this stuff in the context of nature and that was the big pivot point for my career after i left academia into thousand ten. I started my own nutrition center in rural virginia and in rural virginia i was very impoverished county generation poverty which coming from the west had never seen before right but west in california was just graded one hundred years ago. So we don't know multigenerational poverty in the west you go and go to these coasts. And you know i. I live on a little farm road country. Road that is third generation freed slaves and so we're back closed to slavery in the south and the schools in almonte county weren't desegregated until nineteen seventy two and so like the poverty this slavery the abusiveness of the colonialism. All of that is very present in this environment. So as a massive awakening for me so psycho spiritual cycle points. I go politically to understand that this is. This is not some bet. You know bass passing it history this is grant of fairs this. This system up Slavery that we've obligated to the prison system has really obvious when you're out albertina or other parts of the rural south. We've created prison. Systems that enslave are are minorities in the inner city and in rural communities in these really dark ways and so suddenly primary care. Doctor i was dropped out of academia is sub. Sub specialists. Never was responsible for anybody's picture. I got Very specific advice on a case but resonated or whatnot and suddenly i was just a rural dock and i was responsible for everything that walked in the door and in that experience i started to witness the world much differently and i started to get this sense that microbiome that these people had their fingertips was much different than i had seen. In the city system. I was asking these people make radical jumps and changes in their lifestyles. Nutrition sounded Was teaching a plant based diet. And so i was teaching. People would literally were the heart soul of chicken industry poultry industry in the catalan straight inside cattle farmers poultry farmers that were going plant based vegan to reverse their diabetes deal with our cancer or whatever they were dealing with and the speed at which some of these individuals where healing was just dumbfounded as like. This wasn't happening at the university of virginia white. What's the difference and difference. Became this reintegration into the microbial. The sterile petri dish science of last year leading these viruses were going to attack and all this started to break down when i saw how resilient and regenerative biology in these people were because they were in their backyards. Soon as i said you need to go plant based you needed start. Shopping at the grocery store for kale and brussels sprouts has turns out. That's very expensive. Waited to shop is that. I can't afford that but by grandmother who owned my house had a huge garden. What if i grow garden. That'd be amazing. Go the garden again and they would go grow the garden and they would start heal for the garden more than the food right and so you go to the grocery store you buy conventionally grown kale thirty percent of my patients that were in my program. We're getting sicker on kale and not drove us down a really interesting pathway of understanding. What's wrong with conventionally grown kale. What are the chemicals in there. That was a big explosion of data out of our science laboratory around roundup flight. Eight and how that gets into our fruits and vegetables of how that destroys the immune system. And so i was right at this juncture accidentally Found myself at the incredible to be point science understanding that people that were out growing their own food and in their microbial environment were immediately resilient and the person who is eating the same food but conventionally grown from arms. They had never seen under chemical pressures. They can imagine or getting sicker eating the same food. As you know scientific experiment that was unfolding in clinics out there in rural virginia. And i was seeing again and again. My generation poverty people taking more responsibility for their health than the ceo. That was flying in because they heard that there was some crazy clinic that was helping people yield from things and i would tell them they need to grow garden starting their own dale and they'd be like you don't get it i work. I e mails for ten hours a day. There's no time for a garden. Like without talking about so they would go and buy their gale and everything else and they would not brew and so you go buy kale off the grocery store shelf. You do not seem the bacteria in the soil systems. There been washed fifteen times and scott some weird aguirre gatien system. That's spraying water on on it during its storage on the shelves at the grocery store and it was shipped from peru under ethylene gas and like just the whole system of buddhist so messed up and i was getting a wash that fail and i was watching a failure of medicine food in conventional versus backyard garden. So the turning point so when you ask a simple question like why are we. So polarized around the belief this virus. It's because some of us are living. Environment is so disconnected from nature that we can only see the disease. We can only see the viruses anatomy and and an accident enemy when we have no vitamin d. We have no nutrition. we don't get good sleep patterns. We are stressed out that that virus suddenly looks like a really bad pathogen. But then you watch that same buyers in somebody. Living in the same household happens to be a cross country runner out on trails every day when they don't get the disease same household breathing the same air eating the same food just that little bit of Completely different disease outcome. And i'm amazed at nobody's been encouraged to look in their own homes for this evidence if your home salk rotavirus which is highly likely this year last two years bass. Madrid's saw this virus in some shape or form and the vast majority of were completely fine only being in power to say. Go figure out why you did if you did poorly and somebody else in your household What are they doing that you're not doing. But we were never given that empowerment and so the the polarization is around the observation of z's in in a sterile petri dish versus the resilience regenerative nature of humanity. When it's in its nature and two worlds. Have now you know. So polarized us and there's a multibillion dollar actually as i already said multi trillion dollar. Us industry that's dependent on your belief of vulnerability of Ecosystem embarrass you. You know a a almost invisible economic benefit to believing that health is possible and so we have to decide. Are we here to stimulate. The economies druids quantitative easing through the bed renting trillions of dollars to give to the pharmaceutical company to help band aid up a situation. Where we're living. Sterilize was eating chemically laden foods and separated from from our reality or are we going to say you know what we would rather have an economy that's built on resilience regeneration rather have children be productive in the next ten years in their work and in their creativity and become the foundation of new. Tommy that doesn't belong on a three point. Eight trillion dollar healthcare industry to buoy it up. What if we created a common economy of sharing what we created an economy of stimulus where we all asked each other each day. What are you most passionate about. What projects are getting excited. Oh that sounds rad. How can i help you without project. Can i throw some energy behind that tonight. Investor your project like we need to start that sharing economy where we're not giving away anything but we're sharing the wells that comes from shared passions.
Boston Public Radio Podcast
"almonte" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"We have to call you back. And so i was calling with an e. What i found out it was earthquake. I was calling back within twenty minutes. Fifteen nobody was picking up nothing. And what's up. You can see if they were on. Or if they're not they were on. I find are call back around two o'clock they were okay and it was just like wow so scary piece of good news in this there is a good news is the storm grace. I guess that was supposed to hit today. Has been downgraded doesn't mean it's not coming but in terms of What it does the haiti. Apparently it's been moderated to a bit. You know counselor adrian. What is the united states doing. What's been asked to do. And what are we doing to help. Yes last night. I'm part of the national. Haitian elected official for the us and so last night we held a call. And we're saying you know. We are collecting donations when we are collecting Supplies the organization is collecting the funds. And you know each of our. It's our local areas were elected supplies. And then we're shipping container back haiti in hopes that they get those supplies. And how how do we how average people participate in that effort. If they choose to do so yes so if they want to donate to the website. I'm actually gonna put it on my website specific link or if they want to donate supplies. I'm very big about donating supplies so supplies such as i say kids Sanitary napkins body washington to watch toothpaste. Hand sanitizer to face my us. We are going to do a collection. Everett This saturday the saturday morning from ten to twelve pm. And then i know my partner. Monica canon my friend. Shoes also doing a collection in boston. On tuesday at twelve pm at almonte park in the out of hand so those are the two local elections. I know so far. But i am. Do i want it ever since we have we do have a large haitian ovulation monica cannon by. The way is head of violence in boston for those who recognize the name. I in addition to the the efforts that you and other haitian merkin leaders including elected officials in by the way i assume people know that ana presley is the chair of the haiti haiti haiti caucus in the in the house. I'm in our government. Is our government been asked the united states government finance to do anything by the haitian government. What are we doing yes so last night on the call that share. Alexey explained that the us government reached out to them. Ask them what they do and so they asked of course for donations for people to go file there to help and for the supplies. We're talking to a girly adrian. She's never counselor and she has some family members and obviously many friends still. in haiti..
"almonte" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"The seats are shutting and the spreading around but in one corner of the field. They will be glad with the that that is a mutation now but entertainment great. That is something which i can eat neck plug that any blocked it and he it that he advocated like to new plant growth now when he realized that new. Rita's growing what did it was. He consciously blocked muted rip lots and he started to grow them. Which which meant that you had more of these are mutated learn standard original violence and you know the defective genetic but effectively genetic plans Slowly out bread dough You know naturally going. Which is it's it's an interesting process. Lake I you have. You have to have an agenda defective line. Then you have to have the human greed of ino- heaping that then you have to have the blinding being pooped out. This soul many so many processes that we would call all wrong or that we will be good call bad that were involved in the creation of of ladies. It's this funding. And even blanche was martin degree. Then you let's keep the seat so that we can out and even if he eat the seat. The shelves would hard enough that the garbage i stood and they could just come from the. I mean the data diamond. Mentions that any of you if you if you lies that adventures and i knew this delay dispose of bloodless notes as well if you want to go to seed and then I guess check your every morning. Just like make a successful experiment but don't send pictures to us. We'll take your words and you know it's not that this happened overnight. It took a long time and just to give an idiot. The forest while almonte according to researchers was found around eleven thousand years ago back the first domesticated albert's ones which we'd today was found in tito's nbc said..
The Paid Search Podcast
"almonte" Discussed on The Paid Search Podcast
"Make it your business to get in that button. That google ads ad group settings button did not exist. I don't know when it came in but it was definitely this year that did not exist. The agroup targa the blue. The blue lender display campaigns. That was never around so that buttons brand new and then it used to be to get to that expansion you had to like highlight the agroup and then go to the plus you had to go through. I always went through audiences. I'd go to audiences and then go to edit add group targeting inside of the audiences tab. It was a pain. It was super hidden. At least now there's a dedicated button for it so it's an improvement or hey buddy thinking of Things that did not use to exist. There is now a budget or excuse me a billion threshold option inside the billings page. So he flip over to tools and settings a buddy you go to billing you go to summary and then it shows your balance. Ooh that's a big balance there and then under your blue bar you can go to a new new button there edit threshold and you can tell google like hey i wanna be charged Almonte my payment method to be charged instead of this default. Every five hundred dollars to spend. I wanted to be charged. Whenever i spend money. So i'm going to the minimum ten dollars or you know what. I don't wanna see much charges on my credit card. I want to go to the maximum threshold. Two thousand dollars and so I felt this was a a cool thing. And i hear about this from sometimes clients from clients. Chris were they're like. Hey how often am. I going to be charged and now we get to say hey to some extent. It's up to yeah. Yeah it's i. I like that because the default five hundred dollar charge for those of you that spend a lot of money in google ads to be able to bump that up..
Boomer & Gio
"almonte" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Had holed up to run score arose arena comes across tampa has blown open. They have a six nothing lead. Interestingly i would say he overran the ball probably got lost in that stupid roof glove. Use the chest totally out of crushed them was. You know cole was good innings. Two three four and five but the beginning of the game didn't start well and then the sixth ran into trouble and then abreu's lousy austin meadows to home runs drove five the brett phillips grand slam. Here's aaron boone. Well that wasn't good. It'd happened quick. Obviously a frustrating day. We get down behind early there. They were down four nothing in the first inning. Here's call that's my bed tickets hard to sleep but think we've had some opportunities to sweep and maybe not had some stuff gore way but in respect to this series. This one's on me yeah. He was charged with eight. Runs over five and a third. But a break as we say did not pitch well yanks marlins tonight jamison. Tom takes on zach thompson on the fan at six thirty yankees now. Fifty three and forty eight on the season. As for the med six three lost to the braves. They lose three out of five years. Peter lonzo will not good yes. It's not great losing Whether it's against the braves or The marlins or the yankees or or the or the dodgers doesn't matter who we lose against. I mean it's not great no austin. Rallying abraham almonte with home runs in the fourth inning. Dan's be swanson ads. One in the eighth alonzo did go. Deep in the loss Seven games over five hundred and be proud boomer. Be proud like stand tall as a susan. One said stand up. Let me see that body and his take. Take your shirt off pump out your chest and do you have to do because this is ridiculous. This is louise haas. Who's pitching the night boomer. Nobody knows carlos carrasco cookie. Where are we in the season boomer. what do you mean. Where are we in the afternoon. We're in the second half of the season. Water teams do in the making trade trade deadline. Getting carlos carrasco pitching. I like adding somebody at the trade deadline. Louise row house. They'll be huge We were talking about the deadline Great pitcher into your rotation santa. Tell you he's coming out of break coming at the perfect time. Exactly right deal right. It's they also say pressure is a privilege and retain one that's right. He didn't say that but give them time he just might have. He keeps listening now pressure. Isn't there anymore problem. Louise rose went on to say to you. Know the tambi lightning million dollars one handling the rangers trade It's funny now. We do have the deadline today. People want to know what in the hell the mets are going to do. Zach scott was on with carton roberts a couple of days ago and craig headed suggestion for him and that's called chicago and get something done and he said the best way to do it is you. You hide your voice. You do it this way to.
Boomer & Gio
"almonte" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"It'd be fun with that way with this way but now we can stop talking about adding lefties that you're right and you've got your lefty power you'll balance. That's good left the power. Did you in home runs in yankee stadium. Did i know. Could you now at south now but in softball you hit a couple one hoppers to the fence. Get a couple of bombs. But that's about it. You could get one now. I do think you could seventy five mile. An hour group fastball. I think you're going secondary nodong. Thanks how boys to kick off but you know. I think you guys have like this. This idea that you know. I like sixty years old. You're like a mythical legend bikes sixty mile an exotic. Yeah age is a number sign up for ten more years while you dave joust throwing you a couple meatballs man. You can get one out of there. That's right guarantee. Jared goff jared goff even better. Yeah as for the mets. They beat the braves too. One bother yankees This afternoon on the fan coverage at twelve thirty you'd brandon drury snapped the one for the mets gave them a two one lead. They wound up winning two one yes edwin diaz did get to save michael. Conforto a big part in that as you. Throughout abraham almonte the at the plate in the ninth inning. Here was i lose. Row house jury getting it done came backup and his immediately for us in every time. We we We put him in the game so he's been good. Here's the game then keep playing. That's what they're doing when they need them. Here's conforto on his throne.
AP News Radio
Drury’s Homer, Conforto’s Throw Lead Mets Past Braves 2–1
"Pinch hitter Brandon Drury hit a tiebreaking Homer with two outs in the seventh inning off Max free to lift the Mets to two to one win over Atlanta three seven to fifteen as a pinch hitter with three homers he was ready to face freed out of her ball there in the game first **** I was sitting on a go pro ball I thought pretty good actually got back on the basketball just picked it up but it's going on it's just the meal give them it's an early lead with an RBI single to extend his hitting streak to fifteen minutes right fielder Michael Conforto kept the Mets on top of the ninth when with one out he threw out Abraham Almonte at the plate might make you so New York
The Patriot AM 1150
"almonte" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"22 piece That's triple 82273223. Okay, I'll be Los Angeles. This is the Patriot. Am 11 50 Broadcasting throughout the south Land and all over the world on I Heart radio one shot or two. I'm Lee Sela Sarah Fox News. New Research suggests some people may only need one dose of a two Does covert vaccine researchers at Cedars Sinai Hospital say for those who've contracted covert 19 A single injection of the Fizer vaccine could provide the same protection as he intended to shots. Nearly 1100 health workers that got the Fizer vaccine were surveyed and given companion antibody tests. The results showed 35 participants that had the virus and took one shot and more than 200, who were not infected and took both doses showed similar antibody responses. Researchers same or testing will be needed before any changes to the recommended dosage is made. GURNAL Scott Fox News Nearly 100 Million people, or 30% of the U. S population has received at least one dose of the vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with about 56 million people fully vaccinated. By the administration is launching what is calling a covert vaccine core. Led by Vice President Kamila Harris, the group is tasked with a specific goal. The vaccine is safe. And it will save lives. And so the community core is about getting that message out as far and as wide as we possibly can. Core includes community and religious leaders as well. A celebrity's police in Orange, California, releasing more information about the circumstances that led up to the shooting last night in an office park, where four people were killed, including a nine year old boy. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location. And a rental car Police Lieutenant Jennifer Almonte. The suspect a minute. Tom Gonzalez is believed to have been staying in a motel in Anaheim. Police said earlier today that the shooting was not random, saying he knew all the victims personally or through business dealings. America is listening to Fox dudes. What do you get? When you talk to Adele Technologies Advisor? You get someone who understands there's an art to listening. So who's able to hear more than what's being said, and can provide Taylor to small business solutions that I'm Minnie Driver? And.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"almonte" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flash markets have been digesting the end of a years long and bargain. Qatar Most golf stock markets were little changed yesterday after gains earlier in the week. How has the to your political shakeup changed projections For the longer term? It's about Fox Man has been tracking the latest common Terence. He joins us now from dog So C'mon, what have economists been telling you? They mostly been telling me that the impact going to be pretty minimal. We've seen a handful of notes come out from folks like capital economics as well this week on Essentially, the thinking is that the initial impact on country markets, particularly equity markets, as well as trade just generally. It was short lived, and therefore the resumption of trade trade. They say, going to be limited similar no doubt from Meena Advisers as well, who writes at that trade around the region not expected to ever really recover to, um to pre embargo levels or at least for the foreseeable future. Vaccines likely to beam or important as resumption of tourism in the region, but Saudi tourists they point out pretty important for the cut local country economy if they come back and the way they were pre embargo that could add 6/10 of a percent. To GDP a notable shift but not a massive game changer here, Yusef. And then a woman has been releasing details about an impending value at attacks over the past few days. What do we know at this point? Well, this tax expected to go into effect effect on April 16th on interesting. You mentioned Oman. I was going to point out that Almonte expected to be a kind of key beneficiary of the Rift revolution per Meena advisers as well. But let's talk this tax to 5% value added tax. It's going to apply to businesses who have annual supplies of over $100,000 a year going to be exempt on things like meat, fish, poultry, other foodstuffs drinking water. On gold, the Omani government. The Finance Ministry expects that this will raise $779 million value added tax a boon for those bond investors. That is the market that we watch most closely and bond prices for 2029 bonds, and those were the highest as as in the investors want to buy these bonds, those the highest sense of March 4th. Right at the very, very beginning of of the impact that we saw the coronavirus on this region. Then in Israel. We're seeing yet another round of measures to combat the coronavirus. What further changes that are being imposed here? We'll use if we had a partial lockdown in place from December 27. But now on Thursday night tonight at midnight, we will see more measures go into effect all businesses in schools as non essential businesses and schools to be closed from that point. Andre, the rational is clear. If you check out our HGTV go, there were over 7000 new cases, uh, confirmed in the past two days more than 9000 cases that confirmed back on Monday. This is really the highest levels of coronavirus cases that we receive. This is despite the fact that 15% of the population it is really has already received their first vaccine. This very much being considered a test for Netanyahu as the third lock down a ways on the economy expected to take away about 3 3.5 billion shekels worth of productivity's every day, Yusef Thank you very much The moment Fox, but they're the kind of financial center in Doha that's returned to live pictures, then from Washington, D. C from the Senate floor, where there's an ongoing discussion around, did deliberations overnight and around the road ahead as well. The U. S presidential certification resumed. Then, after a time off violence that we saw and witnessed the pictures were nothing short of shocking as protesters were able to breach into Some of the key areas off Capitol Hill. But in any case, Senator Elizabeth Warren has been speaking. She said that the Republicans voting to overturn the election results will be judged by history. She said that she didn't throw a temper tantrum or feet. Propaganda to supporters. We understand that three people have died off medical complications in these protests. Markets of so far shrug this off, there appears to be an impression that this is not going to have.
News in Brief 9 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations an attack on a clearly marked ambulance in Libya. Do sharp condemnation from you and you Manitobans on Thursday, including World Health Organization country, Representative Sigheh Jaffar Hussein who called it a shocking an intolerable violation of international humanitarian law the armored emergency vehicle in Tripoli was carrying the director of the ambulance and emergency medical services who was critically injured in Wednesday's attack. Reportedly carried out by fighters affiliated with the self style Libyan national army led by general Khalifa half. Tar to paramedics were also injured WHO's regional director for the eastern Mediterranean. Ach men Almonte hardy warned it could jeopardize field hospitals, ambulance teams and health staff from performing their lifesaving duties the. A u n humanitarian coordinator for Libya Maria Robero said the direct attack on a marked ambulance was absolutely born and should not be tolerated. Adding that those who ordered and carried out the attack must take legal and moral responsibility for this heinous act since the conflict in and around the capital escalated in early April, it has claimed over four hundred lives and wounded more than two thousand others, a new political culture in Cambodia that focuses on issues rather than on personalities will create a solid basis for -able peace, sustainable, development and human rights, according to Rhona Smith, the UN special rapid tour on the situation of human rights in the country. She spelled out that it should be based on respect for open and constructive debate involving multiple voices, and the free expression of ideas, including dissenting views. Ms Smith, urged stronger, focus on US, sustainable development goals sixteen to increase Cambodia's ambition to achieve access to Justice for all and violence combat corruption strengthen the rule of law protect fundamental freedoms and combat discrimination. Moreover, she encouraged the government to adopt a comprehensive understanding of who might be at risk of being left behind. So that developments efforts are targeted where they are most needed the poor and near-poor need to be brought from behind. She said and turning now to our wallets global food prices have risen to their highest level in almost a year. The UN said on Thursday triggered and pot by the rapid spread of African swine fever in China, which is home to have the world's pig population. According to the food and Agriculture Organization or FAO well rice has remained stable. Meat dairy products, vegetable oil and sugar all costs more in April than they did in March on cereals, which saw a fourth monthly price. Fall in a row FAO said that projected record grain harvest this year of more than two point seven billion. Tonnes indicated that prices are likely to remain under pressure turning to the impact of African swine fever in China FAO said that the sickness could cause a near twenty percent decline in China's hog numbers, which would in turn have a noticeable effect on world markets for meat and animal feed in a related development. The UN agency stated that although the price of importing food is falling. Poor nations are unlikely to benefit as much as richer states. The food outlook report suggests that this is because their currencies are weakening against the US dollar, which is the primary international trade. Currency Liska, Fiji, UN news.