35 Burst results for "American Southwest"

Oklahoma investigators identify body as missing 4-year-old

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 9 hrs ago

Oklahoma investigators identify body as missing 4-year-old

"Oklahoma's chief medical examiner has positively identified a body found earlier this month as that of a four year old girl. The body has been identified as four year old Athena brownfield, who investigators allege was beaten to death on Christmas Day by the man who was supposed to be taking care of her, but the girl wasn't reported missing until January 10th when a postal carrier found her 5 year old sister alone outside the home of Ivan and elissa Adams and surreal about 70 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. The four year old's body was found 7 days later, buried on property the atoms is used to own about 21 miles away. 36 year old Ivan Adams was arrested in Arizona on charges of murder and child neglect. His wife is charged with two counts of child neglect. I'm Donna warder

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Being on the Left Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:06 min | 2 d ago

Being on the Left Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry

"Anyway, I. What does it that old from that? Oh God, the movie from the 70s, I believe, being in love means never having to say you're sorry. The that has spread to not being in love, being on the left means never having to say you're sorry. And for that matter, being in big business never means having to say, sorry, unless you have offended the woke, then you have to be sorry. And grovel. Again, I remind you, I am unaware of Southwest having fired a single person. Despite canceling tens of thousands of flights. It is an amazing thing for an airline to screw so many people's lives. And not fire one person. Or have one member of the board quit, maybe they did. I apologize if they did. But if they did, they should, in fact, publicize it.

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What Is a "Christian Nationalist?"

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 2 d ago

What Is a "Christian Nationalist?"

"They should fire the writers of this article if they have any honor at brookings. But hey, who fires anybody unless the person comes out with a conservative sentiment. Anybody at Southwest Airlines fired? I had heard it I haven't heard about it. How, so now we've moved to bias, they didn't cover any data on violence against Asians. No data. A recent study finds that, in fact, Christian nationalism is the strongest predictor of xenophobic views of COVID-19, what does that have to do with anything? If you understand the disregard for honesty in this article, Christian nationalism is the greatest predictor of xenophobic views of COVID-19. First of all, they made up Christian nationalism. This is invented at The New York Times. I know more Christians than almost any Christian does. I'm a Jew, and I am deeply involved in Christian life. As I am in Jewish life. I never heard of Christian nationalism until The New York Times wrote about it. What does it even mean? Somebody who says this is a Christian nation is a Christian nationalist. You may agree or disagree, but I don't even know what that means. Does it mean they want to throw non Christians out of the country, does it mean that they want to impose Protestant theology on people? If you don't believe in Jesus Christ, you can't have a job in the government. What does it mean? The greatest advocates of separation of church and state have been protestants, just for the record.

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Did the Lockdowns Cause a Shift Towards Conservatives?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Did the Lockdowns Cause a Shift Towards Conservatives?

"I'd like to, I'd like to follow up on this. I haven't read any commentators. Have you who have pointed to the lockdowns as a shift to conservatism among Americans? I think that a lot of people thought to realize that every left wing group, especially teachers in medicine, are corrupt, are morally corrupt. So when you start to think that you start to think, wow, maybe conservatives have been telling the truth and the left has been hurting people. And lying. What teachers did is so inexcusable, but their excused, you know who might compare the teachers unions to Southwest Airlines. They do all this damage and nobody gets fired.

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Florida congressman Steube injured after falling off ladder

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Florida congressman Steube injured after falling off ladder

"A Florida congressman has been injured in an accident at home. The office of representative Greg stubby released a statement on Twitter asking for prayers for the Florida congressman and his family, saying he was hurt Wednesday afternoon after being knocked approximately 25 feet down off a ladder while cutting tree limbs on his Sarasota property, an update thanked medical personnel and specified that stubby was in good spirits and spent the night in the ICU with serious but not life threatening injuries, the office also credited an individual who witnessed the fall and called 9-1-1, and Sarasota county's emergency services. The third term Republican represents Sarasota and Charlotte counties and part of Lee county in southwest Florida, and was recently selected to serve on the House ways and means committee. I'm Jennifer King

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 Florida congressman Steube injured in accident at home

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Florida congressman Steube injured in accident at home

"A Florida congressman has been injured in an accident. The office of congressman greggs dooby released a statement on Twitter, saying he was involved in an accident on his property and sustained several injuries. The third term Republican represents Sarasota and Charlotte counties and part of Lee county in southwest Florida, the statement asked for prayers for the congressman and his family, media platform Florida politics reported that was doing routine home maintenance and fell from his roof about 25 feet off the ground. The outlet reported stube was transported to a hospital Wednesday afternoon. Fellow members of Congress from Florida, including vern Buchanan and Byron donalds, offered prayers for a speedy recovery, Scooby was recently selected to serve on the House ways and means committee. I'm Jennifer

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Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

"Do we count me? Why do we do this? We slept out of schlep. Jeff slaps older gear across the country sitting coach for 5 and a half hours because we love to fly on Southwest. I'm never flying on southwest again, guys. We do this because we broadcasting and then, oh yeah, Eric Trump walks by. My friend. Well, I know you're a shooter. No, totally. If I'm not working, that's all I do. It's good to be a shot show. So if you've done this before, many times. Many times. So I know your brother's a big hunter, right? What Second Amendment thing are you into? Every second amendment thing. It applies through the air. I love it. I grew up doing a lot of competitive shotgun, competitive rifle, a long-range stuff. I'm a nut. If I'm not working, I'm shooting. It doesn't matter if it's a long-range rifle shotgun pistol carbine. He is black powder. We've got to get him Friday for the same. And I love hunting. I thought I can't do that. I've been shooting since I was a kid. What's an English thing? Are you guys a level of skill? No, you guys is easy. You guys see? Never run around the Woods with bows. They don't have that over there. Well, we got the long bow. That's a little bit longer. So I've got to ask you, if long range, if you're into long range, I'm pretty good, but I'm old school, 'cause in the army I use the three O 8 since 6 two. Somebody sent me a 6.5 creedmoor. What do you like? When it comes to ballistic coefficient, if you're like wildcats, what are you doing? So I do a lot of workouts. I learned for over a hundred calibers. It's something that very few people know about a Trump, but I love the 6 millimeters, so I shoot a lot of the 6 stackers, 6 GTs, because it's more stable. Now I just like them. I mean, they're low recoil, they fly really, really well. They're fantastic out to 1200 yards. I love the 6 millimeter. Now

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Unpacking CES 2023: Where Was Web3?

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:41 min | Last week

Unpacking CES 2023: Where Was Web3?

"How is CES? How is a consumer electronic show? What did you think of it this year? I didn't make it, so I'm really curious if web three was everywhere, or if it was anywhere. Great question. CES was a little bit of both. One, there were some amazing people, great conversations that were had. We interviewed, I think almost 20 people and did a bunch of great Sessions on stage. And so that was fantastic. The thing that I was most interested in is how much web three was not showing up on the show floor. For anyone who hasn't been to CES, it is really an expo show. It is a 1 million ft² of demo space for people to show off their new wares. There was like 15 foot holograms of Mark Cuban. There was all of this amazing sort of gaming and VR tech and haptic tech that we saw and tons of autonomous cars. But when I kept looking, I was like, oh, I'm not seeing much web three here, which compared to when you go to a south by Southwest or a can or even art Basel. You see what three almost everywhere? Here it was kind of missing. And so I'm just, I was a bit surprised because I thought I would see more from not being there, but seeing the news, what was your takeaway? Yeah, well, I was thinking about going and I've been to CES a bunch of times before. This year, just timing didn't work out. So I was following along the news. I was really excited to see what Raja for Mastercard announced with Mastercard's web three accelerator. They're doing that in collaboration with polygon studios, which I thought was really cool. That seemed to be sort of the biggest web three announcement in news, but a lot of what I was seeing was more hardware developments like L'oreal, unveiled some new technology on the applicator phase for people with accessibility challenges. I thought that was amazing. I didn't see a ton about web three though, outside of Mastercard's announcement with polygon.

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how do the blame worthy receive no blame?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

how do the blame worthy receive no blame?

"This is a scandal that America grounded all its flights for the first time since 9 11. Can you imagine the disruption that caused the disruption is beyond belief and it's being felt now? Yeah, no, I'm flying today. Yeah. I just missed it. What would I do? Today would have been not only would the whole day have been lost, but I could not have gotten to what I need to go to. A whole event. That's right. That's right. The chaos that is caused in people's lives by grounding all flights what Southwest did, incidentally, I did ask when it happened is to Southwest, hundreds of thousands of people, and what tens of thousands of flights I don't recall. A few thousand north. It was a 7000 flights. I take a look. It was a ridiculously high number. Anyway, has anybody been fired at Southwest? It's now weeks, so I was told, Dennis wade and C, they're not going to do it immediately, has anybody? It's run by a board of directors. Is that correct? There is a board that essentially every corporation exactly has anybody on the board resigned or been removed, has any CEO and the official of southwestern. Among the sad effects of the modern time in which we live is that people who are not blameworthy are blamed, like the teacher at Hamlin college in Minnesota who showed a 14th century painting of Muhammad made by Muslims. Made by Muslims. Honored by Muslims, venerated by Muslims, but one Muslim student, a radicalized Islamist girl, said she was deeply offended by it, even though she was warned, I am going to show this is an art class, and this is one of the great artworks of the early Middle Ages. It didn't matter teacher was fired. So they blamed the non blame worthy and the blame worthy get away with what they have done.

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Why the Release of Trump Tax Records Is Bad for Democrats

The Officer Tatum Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Why the Release of Trump Tax Records Is Bad for Democrats

"Let's do this. Why don't we start with the Trump tax cuts and why I think this is a big mistake. But I want to do it a little differently, Chris because if they want to go this route, I want to say, hey, okay. Let's go, let's go tit for tat. 7 biggest Biden family business revelations of 2022. Why don't we start looking into the Biden crime family a little more? U.S. bank flagged over a 150 suspicious financial transactions from the Biden family. I mean, we can go on and on and on. Joe Biden met with Hunter Biden's business partner at The White House, voicemail proves Joe Biden spoke to Hunter Biden about the family business. Deputy DNI one hunter's laptop was not Russian, disinformation, CNN's Natasha, Bertrand, wrote now discredited story anyway. This has had to breitbart, by the way, White House debating, how to combat probes in the hunter. Hunters drag drug abuse reportedly delaying charges and tax gun related probe. Last thing, legal experts estimate Hunter Biden's legal defense cost a hundred grand. Was this a mistake, Chris, to go after Trump's taxes? I think so, absolutely. Because you mentioned the tit for tat. What this does is it sets a precedent that basically any elected officials taxes could be released and presumably even in any American citizens tax forms can be released to the public. Bad move, Donald Trump said, you know, be careful what you wish for. Sometimes you get it and sometimes you're going to result getting it because that can be used back against the Democrats as well.

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Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

"In July, Southwest Airlines had delayed 29 29% of its flights. 29% of its flights, so they were having troubles then, and I'm not trying to knock Southwest Airlines. I obviously they have to get their stuff together. Obviously, they're going to be held accountable. I like flying southwest when I do flights, rare, but when I do fly, I like flying southwest, I'll admit. I love their, I love the comedy. You know, I just love that. They make you feel comfortable. They treat you relatively good. But unfortunately, they've they're going to suffer a big ding. There's no doubt about it. But Buttigieg, he knew about this stuff. All along. See, here's what I can't stand about government officials. And it's not just government officials. It's big government. You should look at government this way. Government can't government can't do things better than you can. They don't know you. A lot of these people like the Pete booties of the world don't even understand business. Big government is never a good thing. So here this guy is trying to pass the buck, trying to pass a book and all along, he's been warned about this. 38 state attorneys told Congress that the DOT had failed to address issues months ago. The federal agency now vows to investigate the holiday travel chaos, but who's investigating Pete booty?

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Blue Crime Wave Crashes Over Philadelphia

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Blue Crime Wave Crashes Over Philadelphia

"A blue crime wave has hit Philadelphia surpassing 500 murders once again. I really do feel sorry for these people. There are a lot of good people that live in cities like Philadelphia, a lot of bad people too, but more good people, but unfortunately they fall prey to a lot of the bad people. A lot of the criminals had tipped just the news. I forgot, man, thank you, Philadelphia, has again failed to stop murders in the city as it repeats a homicide toll that surpasses 500 deaths. While murders are down compared to a year ago, the level of violence dwarfs recent years when as few as 277 murders happened in 2016. As of December 28th, 514 people have been the victims of homicide in Philadelphia. That number is down 7% from 2021, a record 562 people died, but higher than the 499 deaths in 2020 and 356 in 2019.

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Judge Rules Illinois' Elimination of Cash Bail Unconstitutional

The Officer Tatum Show

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Judge Rules Illinois' Elimination of Cash Bail Unconstitutional

"A judge rules that the judge rules Illinois elimination of cash bail is unconstitutional. And I think this is very important, obviously. Here's the deal. A lot of people out there are suffering from crime, we have no idea about a lot of people in these blue cities. Democrats want to be safe to liberals do anyway. It is the leftist that are wreaking havoc on these blue cities. Democrats, if you happen to be in a blue city, I hope that you will start voting differently and recognize that voting for Democrats today, especially these leftists or these progressives are very, very dangerous. So this was from town hall hat tip forgot man cashless bail has ravaged Law & Order and states obviously like New York. Now, Illinois has taken a stance. So they are, they were set to implement a system, the no cash bail system, as of January 1, but on Wednesday, however, just days before the provision of the safety act, it's called was set to take effect a judge ruled that the cashless bail portion was unconstitutional. Thank God. The ruling came from the 21st circuit court judge, a judge by the name of Thomas conning connington as a report from NBC Chicago highlighted and I quote cunnington's ruling held that the safety act violated the separation of powers clause, the victim rights act and unconstitutionally amended article one section 9 of the state's constitution, which codified cash bail in the state. So cunnington root that since cash Bill is specifically mentioned in the state constitution, it would be needed to put before voters thank God and would therefore require an amendment to remove it.

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Caller: Pete Buttigieg Is Wrong About Criticizing Airlines

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller: Pete Buttigieg Is Wrong About Criticizing Airlines

"Yes there have been hate I want to go back to what secretary of transportation Pete Buttigieg criticized the airlines for doing In regards to their scheduling that he gave them no consideration for the safety concerns for the passengers that they have to attend to I think that's completely thoughtless and as part of the learn and I wanted to say if you are sitting in an airport because your flights delayed it's because somebody is concerned about your life Here's what I would say too There are a lot of pilots right That and I've in the process of getting my pilot's license What I've learned is you don't want to push the limit and try to fly just to check a box and move on That's like the worst thing you can possibly do is to treat a flight that way And just like oh yeah but you know push it push it we gotta go we gotta go These pilots and crew members their delayed as well They would love to be home They would love to get home They would love to be able to be sleeping in their own bed And if mayor Pete is the transportation secretary keeps up doing what he's doing today which is threatening the airlines the way he's threatening southwest They're going to start pushing those limits because they're afraid the federal government's going to come down them too hard Now I'm not sure anymore that they're really worried about that I think a lot of this is semantics from mayor Pete I think a lot of this is the Biden administration I know there's a bunch of people hacked off travelers out there And this is an easy way to jump on this bandwagon of these screws Southwest Airlines in the evil CEO over at southwest and we're going to hold them accountable They're not Right They're not going to And it's an easy way for them to be like yeah we're on your team We understand we fill your pain That's what this is politics to fill your pain part of it

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Is Southwest Airlines Conservative?

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | Last month

Is Southwest Airlines Conservative?

"I have flown southwest before And I always have a hunch that the flight attendants and the pilots are conservative I don't know why I just always I get the vibe I get the vibe And it was Texas based company I believe mister Keller was a conservative He seemed that way I could be wrong I don't know You know I always want to think that people are conservative if they got their act together But I think herb Kelleher was a conservative It sure seemed like it He loved America That's for sure The former CEO of Southwest the founder of Southwest cofounder who passed away several years ago In 2019 and For Southwest I think is indicative of a lot of problems with major corporations When a new generation of CEOs take over We can see it with Disney by the way

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Longtime Southwest Pilot Calls out CEO, Blaming Him for Debacle

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last month

Longtime Southwest Pilot Calls out CEO, Blaming Him for Debacle

"There's this Facebook post by a self described pilot of over 30 years with Southwest Larry lanero And he highlights the fact that this entire debacle at Southwest ultimately can directly be linked to their choice and CEO which is what companies always do You have this great brilliant mind like herb Keller who is a visionary who started southwest put this thing together to be one of the most profitable and popular airlines in the country With consistently annual top ratings from their passengers from their customers And from their employees you know back in the day if you don't fly southwest anymore I'll explain that coming up in a bit But back in the day when I used to fly southwest and a lot of people would fly southwest back in the heyday 15 20 years ago when they were really growing when they were really building putting together all of these routes Kelleher was his visionary And you always could tell that the people who worked for that airline loved working for that airline Right didn't you always have that sense We were sitting in their planes It was just different And this Facebook post from this Larry lenero it reflects that He's a herb Keller who was having to read a little bit of it Brilliant CEO of southwestern London until 2004 He was a very operationally oriented leader Herb spent lots of time on the front line He always had his pulse on the day to today operation and the people who ran it That philosophy flowed down through the regs of leadership to the frontline managers We were a tight operation from top to bottom We had tools leadership and employee buy in Everything that was needed to run a first class operation when Herbert retired in 2004 Gary Kelly became the new CEO Gary was an accountant by education

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Less Homework, More Energy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:37 min | Last month

Less Homework, More Energy

"I've never used drugs never. But it's as close as I get to what I think a drug high must be. You know, I talk about the folks who show me my audio equipment. You know what I call them? Drop my drug dealers. That's how we refer to the guy who's my audio equipment dealers. I have such a, it's a chemical to biological reaction. When I was a sophomore in high school. And I fully acknowledge the more I look back at my early life, the more I realize how different I was. Happy and different, not unhappy different, but it was so so different. I did no homework for four years of high school. I have a theory on that, by the way. I have a theory that one of the reasons I have so much energy at my age, and I have the exact same amount as I did a 25. I think one of the reasons I'm luck is one of them. There's no question attitude is one of them. But I really do believe one is, I waited so long to work hard that I never burned out. I basically skipped hopped and jumped through high school. I did no work for school.

The Age of Non-Accountability

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:10 min | Last month

The Age of Non-Accountability

"Spent the entire first hour on Southwest and I asked a simple question, will anybody be fired? That's almost like asking will anybody run the two minute mile? It's so unlikely we live in the age of non accountability. You're only accountable for things that are actually okay. You can get fired, you probably can get fired at Southwest. If you say men give birth on some southwest forum, some social medium at southwest, you could probably get fired for that much sooner than for ruining the week. Let alone the holiday week of tens upon tens of thousands of people who trusted southwest to get them their one, two, three, or four hour flight.

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"american southwest" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"The week of the week. It's certainly the game people are talking about this week, isn't it? Yeah, yesterday kind of set the Internet not necessarily on fire, but it started a little, okay. It was a thing. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Would you say divisive? No. I think game and former love. Yeah, I think outside of that. Yeah, God, it's frustrating because I have been a fan of saints from the very beginning of reviewed every single saints game, get out of hell all that. And I feel like this is exactly kind of at a high level overview. This is what I wanted from saints row. Because it was always like the mad magazine version of GTA, which is what I liked. And that's what I wanted. I didn't want it to be a superhero game. If I wanted the superhero game, you know, I didn't want to be prototype or infamous. There are already those games. I want the goofy parody GTA thing. And by the time you get to four and got out of hell, it's just so far gone at that point. You're flying around. It is like prototype more than it is like a GTA. And so by dialing things back to somewhere between like two and three in terms of wackiness and the Looney Tunes elements of it. I thought that's kind of what you need in a new cast, a new area. You know, like the American Southwest, you know, an area that you haven't really seen in a lot of open world games. I was like, man, you know, as far as a bullet point back in the box type thing, this is kind of what I wanted from a new saints row. And I wasn't hating it. I was not hating it. A lot of the complaints about the actual gameplay and everything. I didn't really have. I thought the gunplay felt all right. The aiming was a little weird. I like some of the new vehicle physics and the side swipes and stuff like that. And like I just kind of like bucking around in an open world and you know, it had to decide stuff to do, none of it was particularly revolutionary, a lot of it, like the insurance fraud and all that stuff that I've liked from the old games. But it was this bug that I had that broke the entire game. It's the worst I've seen in a game like this. And what happened was I was like deep into this long, 15, 20 minute long mission. And all of a sudden, something happened, and all I could do was move. I couldn't aim, I couldn't jump. I couldn't at the end of the mission, you need to get into a car. It's a mission called the forge if anyone's playing it. And I was like, well, what the fuck? I was like, I was initially pissed because like, holy shit, this is the very end of this very long mission. I don't want to do all this again. And so I reload, I was like, I didn't have any other choice. I tried to do this thing where I just survived long enough, but you have to get out of the car at the end of the thing. I couldn't get in the car. Why didn't work? And the checkpoints didn't work. I was like, all right, I guess I'll restart the entire game because I had had some bugs before, but it was mainly like hud stuff, like, oh, my location on the map wasn't showing up, or this thing wasn't showing up. And I'd restart the Xbox and it would work. I eventually said, okay, I got to redo this whole mission. I'll restart the whole Xbox. And I was like, oh fuck, it's still not working at the beginning of this mission. And I was like, okay, I'm trying everything. And then I'm like, fuck, I have to load an old tape. And so I went back a couple hours and loaded an old save. And it affected my old save. So I started in front of the church, the saints headquarters, and it's like I'm moving around, and I think I could jump at this point, but I couldn't get into cars. I couldn't bring up my gun wheel. I couldn't aim, I couldn't shoot, couldn't do any of that. I couldn't interact with stuff. Couldn't start missions, load it up. Every one of my old saves, they were all broken. All retroactively. And so when they sent stuff out, pre release, you know, typically you'll get a list of like, these are the known issues that are going to be addressed in the day one patch. So basically saying like, hey, don't worry about, you know, if you're running into this, you know, it'll be fixed when it comes out, so you don't need to put in the new review. But this was not I checked all the documentation and everything. There was no mention of this stuff. And so I reached out to PR and I'm like, hey, this is a major issue. I'm like a week out. I kind of want to write a review for this. I'd like to get a quick look out. What's the deal? I seem completely fucked here. And I didn't get any response on that. They eventually did give me a PC code, but I would have to start over. And I was ten, 12 hours in the game at this point. And at this point, it was like a couple days before the embargo would lift and well, I'm not going to get the review done by that time. So it was completely broken for me. And as far as I know, I have no evidence that bug has been fixed, except right before we went live here. I did load it up. And at the beginning of all my saves, when I loaded up, it is happening where I can't do anything. But by fiddling with it and trying to get into a car or whatever, it does fix, and eventually if I go to try to punch someone, sometimes the hud stuff will pop up. And then I can do it. So it seems like a day one patch might have rectified some of that, but it's still happening every time I load it up. So like, I don't know. I'm seeing a lot of people mention ever since I tweeted about it. I saw a lot of people responding that like, oh yeah, this review or this YouTube video or whatever said they had the same thing. But I think mine was the only one that affected previous saves. So wild. It's the worst. It's the worst bug I've ever seen in a game I'm reviewing, which is crazy. I've never had one where it's just straight up like, nope, your holes save is gone and all your old saves are fucked. Like I've never had that before.

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"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

"Was to remain president of the United States despite the lawful outcome of the 2020 election Chairman Benny Thompson introduced video a former Trump attorney general William Barr recounting what he told Trump after the election I made it clear I did not agree with the idea of saying the election was stolen and putting out this stuff which I told the president No argument in a video of Ivanka Trump then a key White House adviser to her father It affected my perspective I respect attorney general Barr So I accepted what he was saying I'm Tom foley and Washington with more CBS News here is Linda canyon The Yuval di Texas school system police chief is defending his decisions during one of the deadliest school shootings in American history Pete arradondo told the Texas tribune that he did not consider himself the incident commander and that he assumed someone else had taken control of the police response The shooting at the rob elementary school killed 19 children and two teachers The police chief also said the door to the classroom was reinforced with a steel jam and could be kicked in and that officers had to wait for a key to unlock that door in order to confront the gunman The newest report on inflation is due out later today economists expect it to show that inflation slowed a bit to 8.2% in May down from 8.3% a month earlier In Manhattan where rents are among the highest in the nation property owners like Jan Lee also are feeling the pinch Fantastic increases in fuel costs and insurance and water prices and kinetics and prices for electricity The roof still needs to be repaired The facade of the building still needs to be repaired Wow it's going to be hot for the next few days in the American Southwest The record high temperatures on Friday stretch a large area They stretch from California all the way to Texas We've got triple digit temperatures across Texas including triple digits in Dallas we'll probably get to a 102 103 in Austin and San Antonio CBS meteorologist David Parkinson says this could be just the start of a scorching summer.

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"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

"Over how a routine traffic stop Who would Escalated into a deadly police shooting Claiming the life of 26 year old Patrick Leo ya Today attorney Ben crump flanked by Leo's parents and a Congolese interpreter called for accountability As his mother and father said they believe their cell was executed On Wednesday police released several videos showing the entire confrontation The FDA has authorized a new test that can screen for COVID CBS Alexander tin explains The FDA says it has greenlighted a new type of COVID-19 test that can detect infections using only your breath The device called the inspect IR COVID-19 breathalyzer is around the size of a carry on luggage under the supervision of a healthcare provider at places like doctor's offices or mobile testing sites the FDA says the test could yield presumptive results in less than three minutes A fire breaks out on a Russian warship in the Black Sea its crew is evacuated and it sinks Ukrainian forces claim to have hit the ship with a missile Russians have not acknowledged an attack and Pentagon PRES secretary John Kirby says It's going to have an impact on their capabilities Certainly in the near term whether it has an impact on their naval capabilities in the long term is just unclear right now Under a law taking effect the FDA can now regulate E cigarettes and similar products that use synthetic nicotine CBS's D futterman reports The action targets vaping companies that have switched their formulas from natural nicotine to nicotine produced in a laboratory That change prevented the products from coming under FDA oversight but now all nicotine natural or synthetic will face regulations one company that will feel the effect is puff bar it produces the most popular E cigarette among teenagers Raging wildfires in the American Southwest have turned deadly An elderly couple has been found dead in over 200 homes burned in southern New Mexico This woman has lost just about everything The house was completely gone The only thing left standing was the two fireplaces Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he wants to buy Twitter and turn it into the world's platform for free speech CBS is Jonathan vigliotti It's unclear how much money.

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"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

"Case was prosecuted as a hate crime the sentence is also for a June 2020 incident which he admitted to pulling a knife on someone at union station Williamson will have to serve probation and receive mental health treatment Mike Morello WTO news A 14 year old boy faces charges in a bomb threat incident at Potomac mills mall over the weekend Police say the threat was phoned in Saturday shortly before 7 p.m. a search of them all turned up a suspicious package near the food court but the Virginia state police explosive ordnance unit determined the package was not a bomb During their investigation police learned that a teenager used mall employees phone to make the bomb threat call unknown to the employee they were able to identify the teen who had been reported as missing by his family earlier in the day the team turned himself into police on Sunday he's being held at the county juvenile detention center Scorching hot temperatures this past summer helped to set a record no one in the drought stricken southwest wanted to see CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports Scientists studying tree ring data in the American Southwest say the period between the year 2020 21 has been the region's driest 22 year period in 1200 years and without man-made climate change the current drought would only be 60% as bad as it is The scientists say that rising temperature is linked to human activity are pulling more moisture out of the soil and rivers aggravating natural fluctuations in rainfall Coming up next in money news a new survey looks at how Americans feel about inflation It's 8 23 Turn your used car into a life-changing opportunity for a person with disabilities or an injured veteran For more than 55 years melwood has been providing job training and support services.

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"american southwest" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Oh yeah. Yeah. Seahawks cardinals. The cardinal was, I don't know, the cardinals are three and 5 at home this year, so I guess losing the division is not the worst thing in the world at this point because they want 8 and one on the road. So they are, as we mentioned, going to go to LA next week. And as far as Seattle goes in this one, maybe the last game for Russell Wilson, maybe not and Rashad penny was really good down the stretch, so now you can see the logic in taking him in the first round in 2018. He's like, it all makes sense now. Yeah. The Seahawks for an office is like your parents when you're in your mid 30s. You're just like, why did you do that insane thing? Like, you know what? Why were you never, you know, looking when you were driving and they're like, it all makes sense now because you're not afraid of cars and you know, but yeah that's sort of their plan, but it's funny. I mean the Seattle just from an organizational perspective, really weird like insider, Sunday splash reports where it was like, it was like very forceful. It's like Pete Carroll is not leaving. Unless he wants to, you know, and like everything came with a caveat. And they're like, Russell Wilson is definitely staying and trying to win a Super Bowl in Seattle unless he gets traded somewhere else. And it's like, you know, can we come down definitively on something here? Yeah, like I don't know if anyone is talking about firing Pete Carroll or cutting Russell Wilson. So those are really informative reports that we're getting. But yet this game, I mean, I don't know. Arizona was I sort of rode this bandwagon early in the year when everyone was yelling at me about it. Everyone in the American Southwest now despises me, but it was a team that was just sort of they were getting a lot of fluky type of statistical things going their way that just it wasn't going to be sustainable. And it was all said and done. That said, I mean, boy, they gave up 38 points. And this one, they didn't look particularly good offensively either..

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"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on WTOP

"Studios brought to you by dulles class Probably your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com Dulles glass Love your glass 1251 when airlines received money from the third pandemic relief package did they use it effectively That's what a Senate oversight hearing is looking into today as they hear from some top airline executives The leaders from American Southwest United and Delta Air Lines will have to address whether those funds were actually used to keep workers on the payroll and planes in the air The Washington Post reports consumer advocates and some lawmakers have raised concerns about that after some well publicized service disruptions this summer and fall that were partially blamed on worker shortages The family of Martin Luther King Jr. is putting pressure on Congress to pass new national voting rights legislation Axios reports are also urging the public not to celebrate his civil rights legacy on MLK day if Congress hasn't passed new voting rights protections This no celebration without legislation approach is a unique form of protest besides putting pressure on Republicans The move would make it tough for Democrats That's because they've been reluctant to get rid of the filibuster to more easily pass bills A new virtual reality experience is trying to put a face and voice to the history of racism in travel The movie said it then chili bowl One of the places that in Washington D.C. was a safe place for the black community to stop and eat when they couldn't stop another restaurants or venues Daniel sings executive director of the McLean community center which is housing the exhibit As you look around in your headset you're in the restaurant having conversations with people like this woman recounting what it was like being black on the train in the early 50s We couldn't eat we.

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"american southwest" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Unladylike

"Achieve that is less than satisfactory. Right, it's not sex. Which I think I'm making air quotes if you couldn't hear it in my voice. But I think that side note, I think that gets back to a lot of what Kristin just said about sex Ed of like we have all of these real fucked up ideas about what is sex and what is not sex. And in our large cultural mind, obviously, this is painting with the broadest brush. Like sex is penis in vagina long enough that you both come and preferably at the same time. At the same time, with a big old face. And anything else is just somehow not cutting the mustard. So I did want to share with you a couple of the things she spent money on. She also got a whole mess of suggestions from both friends of hers and sex sports that she talked to. But the ones that she actually tried out, she met with a sex therapist, spent 250 bucks on that. The therapist advised her, this is Catherine to eat more dark chocolate, stop taking birth control and sign up for orgasm camp and immersive experience somewhere in the American Southwest that would have me masturbating all day long. She also sent me home with some female centric 1980s. A list of recommended herbs and vitamins and a prescription for Viagra that the pharmacist alarmed by my gender initially refused to film. I feel like this sex therapist was the person who came up with.

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"american southwest" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Let us go back to the phones. I want to go next to mary beth. Who's been waiting very patiently. Welcome hey eric. It's wonderful to talk to you today. You were just recently. Speaking to a gentleman about the vaccine mandate a possible way to kind of on the back end. The the police. And i don't know how much people know about the federal government paying travel nurses but he had a nursing shortage prior to and then the epidemic hit. The federal government decided to step in and pay hospitals to employ travel nurses to kind of backfill for people who were out and they're paying the travel nurses significantly more money than typical hospital. Nurses are making calls a lot of issues within the nursing Situation itself. And i heard yesterday as many as maybe sixty percent of nurses contemplating leaving their jobs to get into the travel nurse field We get into what that does to continuity of care with patients. As you've got people rotating in and out but my question to you is. Do you think that this is a back end. Way for the government to federalize nursing and then get more into our healthcare system. I've had a ton of people who have suggested to me that It probably wasn't intentional. To begin with but we're getting to the point where they're looking at everything and you know we could do this kind of like With the constant payments during covert that it didn't intend to be universal basic income. But it's kind of become the thing we're democrats they k. We could just keep authorized these payments. We never have to pass. Universal basic income were centrally giving people one that could very well be the case. But you know. I it somewhere beth. I'm glad you called it about this issue..

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"american southwest" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So i don't wanna make it sound like facebook's a good company or anything like that but in this case the government's worse so going on here so they're talking about again the terrorism. They always try this stuff out when it comes to crypto and stable coins. Terrorism department of justice has routinely said. Hey that's not the case. Most of the cryptocurrency transactions are actually completely about the port. The president's working group on financial markets said in december twenty twenty that stable coins quote are likely to attract illicit actors. Southwest airlines has scrapped a plan to put unvaccinated employees who have applied for but haven't received a religious or medical exemption on unpaid leave as of a federal deadline in december southwest airlines and american airlines are among carriers that are federal contractors and subject to a biden administration requirement that their employees are vaccinated against cove in nineteen by december eighth unless they are exempt from medical or religious reasons. But aren't they aren't there. Union agreements in place that prevent airlines from just changing the terms of the employment. There are and that is one of the things that i think. We pointed out on a recent episode that at the pilot's union southwest airlines pilots union. They're making the stand on this thing and saying. Hey you can't just change our contract like this. Yeah that's the. That's one of the strong points of being in the union. Yeah there's a certain time where the contract comes up for negotiation and if you want to try to renegotiate the terms at that time then you could try that and then maybe we'll agree to it. And maybe we won't. So what can the union do if southlake strike. They can't sue or anything like that but remember the thing that happened here presumably. They can sue as well. I mean if there's a violation of the contract and yeah that would be a tort. The airlines are expected to face more questions about the mandate when they report quarterly results. Thursday morning pilots labor unions have sought to block the mandates or sought alternatives such as regular testing which. I'm not okay with that either. Like i don't wanna have one of those. Things shoved up my nose every week. Just to keep a damn job not interested in that. I've never had a cover test. And i don't want one hell heads not pleasant. It doesn't seem like it would be and if the viruses really that contagious. Why do they have to do all of that to see whether or not you have it. Isn't that interesting. Wouldn't like a mouth. Swab be sufficient. Otherwise me talking. To people without a mask won't transmit cove in nineteen right. I see no reason that a simple cotton swab on your cheek wouldn't be enough to detect the virus if it actually exists in your mouth and if it does it. Why are we wearing masks. Then how would it be so contagious. And i think. I forget if i covered it on this show. But there's weird chemicals that the cute the cue tips that they used to do the covert swabs or sterilized with nato right. Yeah yeah..

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"american southwest" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Affects such a high percentage of the population at some time during their lifetime. And there's a lot of work going on at mayo clinic related to cancer care. Can you tell us some about your efforts to engage our communities and help population science plays a role in your work. Yes i can. It's it's a really important aspect of the work of any of the nation's leading cancer centers in this time in our country and really our world many years ago. Cancer centers were considered these academic silos the conducted research in delivered. Care hard to get into outstanding not disseminating beyond their communities. Well that's all changed. I think there's a growing awareness in our culture in our society that we have to really find ways to disseminate outstanding cancer. Care to everyone and that starts by deeply engaging communities so one of the expectations now for national cancer institute designated comprehensive cancer centers like the mayo clinic and really all the leading catcher centers world is that we look at what's called our catchment area. What are those peoples in those communities and populations that are actually geographically adjacent to you that may be over several hundred miles of distance. We have to deeply understand our communities. We have to meet with them and sit with them and determine what are their priorities for their cancer needs and we also have to go really deep data systems about cancer patterns what are the most predominant cancers in those communities are people having access to cancer screening. How do we navigate them to care. So mayoclinic is very deeply engaged. Now and looking at a characteristics communities are catchment areas in rochester the upper midwest in the southwest in arizona and in the southeast jim florida and i think what the greatest opportunity for me is if you look at each of these three sites the community. Some populations are very diverse. So that really gives mayo clinic. Footprint to begin to understand how to implement and disseminate cancer care to very diverse communities in the south to predominantly black hispanic and indigenous communities in the south west to again hispanic indigenous in more recent immigrant communities and even here in the upper mid west. We have a tremendous mayoclinic house. Stone that To over one point five million people many of those individuals are rural and we also see minority populations. So if you will in these three laboratories we have the ability to determine how to best disseminate care how to conduct research that really affects people in these communities and that will be a huge part of our strategic in the next five years. Cheryl i think many of us have been amazed by the blossoming of virtual care during the cova nineteen pandemic and i'm wondering if You see that playing a role in the expansion of cancer care. I think virtual cancer care is here to stay. So before i came to man clinic i was in the american southwest During the height of the kobe endemic where seventy percent of hospitalizations and fifty percent of the deaths were in american indian communities because of that onslaught of kobe. They closed their communities to travel in and out of the community so we could not have patients come to the cancer center or.

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"american southwest" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"It's not always obvious what is used as a toy and versus a tool for the religious objects sting so they can't be completely certain about what kids were playing with. Act that okay. Got some things they're like. Like i feel like i read a lot what they would Archaeologists are often be like. Oh it's religious Oh it's a tool Even if it's small or eggs on things just because they came like while. I definitely know this is a toy. So the oldest toy that has been found was discovered in a french cave in eighteen. Sixty eight in this dated somewhere between eleven thousand to eighteen thousand years ago. So one face shows a doe or goat-like creature standing in profile and the flip side has the same animal with legs tucked researchers crafted Replica in spun it on a string made of tendon in the creature appeared to move so it seems to either run or possibly fall dead. You ever seen those ways. It's like the pull the strings in like. Yeah yeah so there. There's a now let's got some sort of an animal and the other types would either. Something goes up. I guess as they can identify that as a toy allies specifically. I guess because it's like what is the religious item that they can say no and so so some of the oldest identifiable toys r. things like dolls There's infants animals soldiers dolls. that whole broad. Some sort of like animal humid something. Yeah i'm the oldest known toy doll is thought to be four thousand years old. Wow so i'm i've got a couple little things for you here to see like so. This is a clay animal figurine from roughly eight thousand year old site in present day. Israel's little dog. Oh yes that'll schnauzer. Yeah that's what it looks like. I don't think he had schnauzers eight thousand years ago but it looks like and then these are split tweet. Figures found across roughly a two thousand year old sites in the american southwest..

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"american southwest" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Odd Lots

"It's it's basically been the bane of my existence in forecasting for the last fifteen years because it's incredibly convoluted the way that it's done but at the end of the day what they're really pricing is they're going to the websites of delta american southwest so on and their pricing flights out so you can try and come up with an index yourself where you just go on these websites and try to say hey. What's the flight You know from new york to la gonna cost mirror. You're to miami or whatever and so you can sort of look at those sorts of data to try to help you forecast the airfare sundex you can look at you know black book and jd power and so on to get a sense of what used car prices Might to and then there's of course the billion prices project there. I think you just have to be a little bit careful because a lot of what they are capturing much more has much more to do with good prices and much less to services prices but for good prices you know that does a pretty decent job from time to time so there are other things that you can certainly look at gas buddy which is actually now being used directly in the cpi So they've gone from having you now. One thousand quotes on gasoline each month to having millions of quotes because essentially. They've crowd source. The data is something else that you can also look after their definitely are alternative data sets that you can try to work into your forecast tracy you. You stole that question. That was literally the next thing. I was gonna ask those great great. But i just continued to be a perfect wavelength. You know i'm bigger picture or i guess. Sort of like medium-term present. You said a little bit ago when you look at some of the broader metrics. You don't necessarily see a sustained upward move in inflation that there isn't necessarily this kind of momentum that even if rents were to go above Grow at a pace that well above historical averages they might be offset..

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"american southwest" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

Velvet's Edge

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

"It's the unvaccinated folks. I love them. She says folks it's the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down ivy added that and this article from the guardian in the uk. So it's it's this is not cnn or msnbc thing added that nearly all of the new hospitalizations and deaths are due to covert of debts dacoven are unvaccinated people and she said these folks are choosing a horrible lifestyle of self inflicted pain. I mean it's an article goes on to say argument cases. She says the criticism of this is not a quote from the article though. It's the criticism of those who are eligible to be vaccinated but have chosen not to get the shot. Despite vaccines being available follows started effort among conspiracy theorists and others media and conservative media outlets so baseless doubt over the safety or a vaccination slew of evidence over there and the ability to shield people. Moore's virus including death. I'm rob evans. You probably know me from behind the bastards in two thousand nineteen. I released a podcast series called. It could happen here which explored the possibility of a second american civil war. This is an idea. I'd been playing with for a long time ever since my early adulthood in the american southwest witnessing the opening fractures of our current cultural conflicts. Over the last couple of years. I wrote a novel called after the revolution. It's set fifty years in the future in texas racked by civil war. We follow three characters. A.

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"american southwest" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"We're also def- facto protectors of the world's supply chain and the shipping routes. Right i mean. Essentially it's the us navy that protects all the global transfer of oil and goods and commodities all around the world through the shipping lanes. You know it. Basically falls to america because we have the most assets and our economy is so huge that if there a problem with the global supply chain. It hurts us disproportionately more than anybody else. Because we're just the biggest so so you know. There's a lot of economics that go into that role and frankly i think even though many countries won't say i think they're at least quietly grateful that someone is monitoring some of these super dangerous oceanic passages that trade trade routes pass through absolutely well. I mean it could be worse. We we could be expecting them to fly our flag over them when you got the big boy on the block. That's that's cool enough. Let everybody else do their thing. We're just trying to keep the arousal when in other countries if they were the big boy they'd be like hey you got to raise our flag over years and we don't do that you got a you got a new book coming out freedom. Yup that's right. Why i books in tribe about how freedom works is not about today not about america today. It's about the last ten thousand years and how humans have maintained their autonomy in the face of more powerful others would inspired it just sets a powerful word gets used and misused all the time by political factions people It's grossly misunderstood. And it's a know it's a cord human value. You know if you don't have freedom you your human. Dignity is at risk and So i wanted to understand how it works and the book is divided into three sections Run fight and think so. The first in the last ten thousand years first tactic or maintaining your autonomy in the face of a more powerful foe is to do is to just avoid them be super mobile like the apache in the american southwest unlike the pueblo societies that got rolled by the spanish immediately because they're rooted in place of the very wealthy. They had agriculture. And they lived in these villages on top of miss us The apache were poor and mobile and because they could run away because they could hide They remained stable retained autonomy. Almost until nineteen hundred..

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"american southwest" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Romney is a manager mitt. Romney is not a leader mitt. Romney ran bain capital mitt. Romney was largely responsible for the de industrialization of america where he would show up at a manufacturing plant in indiana and give out pink slips and say guess what these washing machines are now made in wuhan but a leader is someone who stands up against an injustice and decides to do something about it to be a leader means that you must have a vision. You must have courage. You must have a commitment to justice. Which is the most public all the virtues and governor. Ducey is not a leader. He's a manager now. Governor ducey might actually have been a good governor ten years ago when you are not in a position of high stress pressure when people are demanding results you see republican voters used to want managers. This is why jeb bush was actually a pretty good governor in florida and i've said this before jeb. Bush was actually a very good governor because back in two thousand because we were given a gift by our forefathers we were able to escape by with a management class running our state's a management class that used to say. You know what. We're not gonna change anything dramatically. We're just gonna run the state. Well school choice keep taxes low not transformational structural changes and jeb. Bush is built for that jeb. Bush is a ceo type of corporate type but what i want jeb bush to lead our country into a war no now the funny thing about leaders and the thing about leadership is that people don't always want to be lead. Sometimes they just want to have things managed for them. A great example of this as winston churchill winston churchill was removed from leadership in a vote of no confidence before the war. He was brought back in a rush of enthusiasm during the war and removed after the war. You see leadership is something that some people only want when things get really bad when things get bad they say. Bring them in and governor ron. Santa's has been probably the best at this. Let's go to cuts thirteen. And i was just in chicago and some people listen to my show. So charlie your show sounding more and more like governor raimondo santa's commercial i said well. Listen here's why the squeeze value things that matter. We like the virtues of courage leadership direction results. Being honest with your voters and we have a special disgust for the american political class. That has decided that those things don't matter play cut of rhonda santa's all the stuff you talk about but we also ban these ducker bucks. Zucker was spending all that money to run the elections in these areas that is now banned in the state of the future of the republican party. America i make america great again or you add or subtract from any of that. Oh i think that's the core of it. I mean i think. President trump got the basics. Right as times change you have to look to see what new issues come along. Not exactly sure what he means by times change. I'm gonna let him finish that answer. But i think he gets. It and governor disentis has acted on all of these things. He ban critical race theory. So leadership versus management critical race theory has been banned in the state of florida. critical race. Theory has been banned in the state of oklahoma. Thank you governor. State critical race. There has been banned to say to montana. Thank you governor gianforte. It's been banned in the state of tennessee. Thank you governor lee. however governor ducey thinks that crockery series. Just fine no. He says that now we have to pass a budget. I so this is kind of the equivalent. Here's what governor. Ducey's argument is to the people of arizona of which we are doing this broadcast right now. Hey i understand the living rooms on fire but we haven't gone grocery shopping yet because role really hungry. That's the argument he's making. Don't put out the fire in the living room. We have to go grocery shopping and until we go grocery shopping. We can't put out the fire in the living room. Hey governor ducey put out the fire in the living room then you can go grocery shopping. He saying no. No the fire can wait. It's still going to be burning after. I get my budget done after i get grocery shopping done. Do you see the logical incoherence. You're only someone that is either compromised or just kind of in a management point of view. I don't want anything disagreeable to come after me. It's inexcusable and you wonder why arezzo is becoming more and more like colorado. It's one of my favorite bible verses without a vision. The people perish without a vision. The people of arizona don't know what is right and what is wrong without a vision they say. Democrats are better than republicans. Because we have a governor. That is not able to articulate. Clearly what we believe in why we believe it you know why florida's now one of the most republican states in the country said again. Florida is more republican than georgia. Florida is more republican than georgia florida's republican in some ways than south carolina. How is that possible. It's because with a vision. People are able to say. I believe in that. Or maybe you don't and then we'll prove you wrong without a vision which is what's living in arizona's like there's no vision. Not you got legalized weed. You got the highest taxes in the american southwest higher than illinois. No plan to even get rid of sexual Prop to awaits you got homelessness. On the rise you got vagrancy got sexual degeneracy curriculum. You got californians coming in like. It's the gold rush and instead we're vetoing bills that would actually make arizona better place to live. Why power shows the man. A lot of people are traveling this summer. And maybe you want to be able to hear the charlie kirk show podcast. Maybe you want to be able to hear what we're saying and so whether it's time for work or play they're going to be on the move and so my advice to you take rate cons with you. You get chris. Powerful beats at half the price or other premium audio brands. Recons look great and feel even better. They come in a range of colors even with the customizable gel tips and recons are built to go wherever you go. So listen up ray. Cons.

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"american southwest" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"american southwest" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Weymouth, High School seniors and for Mark Russell, who's gay and lives in Weymouth. It's not just about pride. It makes me feel safer. It makes me feel more a part of the community, a member of the community, so it makes me feel that I'm not Alone and it makes him feel really good that for the first time ever South Shore health will be raising a rainbow flag on June 1st in Weymouth. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio search taking place at Tufts University of this afternoon. The school says it received calls from unidentified person who had claimed to be in one of the residential halls with weapons. Where a school says there's no evidence the collar is on or near the campus, and they're no credible threats to the university. Most of the students by the way, have already left campus following the end of the academic year. In San Jose. Investigators are still trying to figure out what led to a deadly mass shooting this week in a rail yard. NBC's Kaylee Hartung has some new information about the dumbest Samuel Cassidy was detained in 2016 by border officials. After a trip to the Philippines. He was carrying books about terrorism and fear and manifestos, as well as a black memo book filled with lots of notes about how he hates the Vita. That's the Valley Transportation Authority, where he worked the sheriff's Department here now, saying their investigations showed he's been a disgruntled employee for many years. Nine people were killed in that shooting. The gunman later took his own life. Police in France coming under attack more from ABC is Tom Rivers and unidentified assailant stabbed a police officer and her station in western France and shot two others. None of the officers are said to be in a life threatening condition. After the stabbing and lush Appel surgery, the assailant of the officer's gun and fled helicopters, search dogs and more than 200. Police were deployed to find the suspect. Once located, the suspect opened fire. He was killed in the shootout. No motive at this time. Tom Rivers, ABC news at the Foreign desk. A lot of people spend a lot of time on social media. Maybe you ever wondered just how much time 41% of millennials in Jen's ear say they spent about 2 to 3 hours on social media every day About a third of those surveyed said they checked their their social media while using the restroom at work. Citing privacy is the reason they picked that spot about a quarter of survey participants say they do the most scrolling while in bed before going to sleep about his CBS is the least Preston to 38 head off the Wall Street report brought to you by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise bag, Andrew. Oh, dae. Is that Bloomberg? We're about to wrap up a week a month and Maybe I'm a very good note. It sure looks like it. Yeah. Wall Street indexes higher. They've been higher all day. Right now. The Dow gaining 117. NASDAQ up 56 S and P 500 up 13, even amid some worry over rising inflation, helping keep the cap on the nation's collective mood today. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment reading shows a tiny slip from last month to this one. Keep the champagne on Ice. Southwest Airlines says its plan to resume selling alcohol on flights in June is being postponed in an email of Southwest spokesman points to quote passenger disruptions for the decision. Word comes is the carrier permanently bans the woman that says assaulted a southwest attendant on a flight Sunday. The airline employees union says the attendant lost two teeth in the attack. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. You're not talking to yourself. Wow, you're telling you're smart speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. Spring is Showtime all over the D M V and.

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"american southwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"american southwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com slash virtual From NPR NW bur I'm Callum Borchers. And I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here and now a new forecast from the federal government predicts a bleak year for the Colorado River. Drought conditions are as bad as they've been in two decades. And that could mean problems for the 40 million people in the Southwest who rely on the river Kunc is Luke Runyon joins us now from Greeley, Colorado. Luke Welcome. Hi, Peter. So you report that 84% of the upper Basin of the Colorado River is an extreme or exceptional drought. What does that mean? Put it into context for us. It means that we're currently in one of the worst droughts on record in the American Southwest. Exceptional drought is the worst category that we have for droughts and large portion of the American Southwest is currently classified as being in an exceptional drought. And this is the type of dry period where you can see real economic damage. That's done. Tioga cultural communities where you see you know the potential for dust storms to kick up and desert areas on the Great Plains and where you see cities start to take action to limit water use within their boundaries and where water officials start ringing some alarm bells about what we can expect. Okay, So for people who do not live in this part of the country, give us a quick geography lesson here. What states really depend on water from the Colorado River Basin takes up Ah, large reach of the Southwest. You have the upper basin states of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico that act as the headwaters for the Colorado River and its main tributaries. And then the Lower basin states of Nevada, Arizona and California are where the demands for Water are the highest on Ben to Mexican states also use water from the river. There are 22 federally recognized tribes within the watershed on the river's water is is primarily used for agricultural use. But some of the region's biggest cities. PHOENIX, Denver, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City are all reliant on the river in some way for drinking water. Right, and the conditions on the river right now are not good. So describe the cycle of drought and rainfall over the past 20 years, two decades or so and how that cycle has compounded the problem on the river. Yes, Some people have referred to the last 20 years on the river as a mega drought. And that's because in the Southwest, we've seen temperatures climb faster than in many other parts of the country and those climbing temperatures. Air having big effects on the availability of water s O first off, we've seen declines in snowpack, which is what feeds the whole Colorado River system. But a big problem that we've seen in the past three or four years is how the warmer temperatures are affecting how that snow melts. In the spring and the summer you have these shoulder seasons around the winter that have been hot and dry last summer and fall was extremely dry in the Southwest. Both Utah Nevada had their driest years on record in 2020. On. So the problem comes when the snow starts to melt. The soil's really dried out. It acts as this giant sponge and so instead of water running into rivers, it all gets sucked up by that dry soil before it can make it to reservoirs..

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