36 Burst results for "And A Half Years"
The Government Is the Only Truth?
"All those many scientists and doctors who have told you for the last two and a half years about the dangers of lockdowns keeping kids out of school masking children and vaccinating young people. They don't know what the hell they're talking about because the only truth is the NIH truth or the CBC truth. Or even more obvious The New York Times and the Democratic Party's truth. Isn't that something? That's the only truth. There is no other truth. Well, people have come to believe that.
Fresh update on "and half years" discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Then they can give you a party and a big send off. But if you have cancer, you don't tell anybody. You don't want anybody to know you're sick. Week and a half ago and I got COVID and I was ten days, 8 days away from taping high stakes poker. I'm like, you know, what do I do? At some point, I'm going to tell my producer that I had COVID. I tested positive, but I'm in bed. I've got the medicines. And the girlfriend's like, no, no, no, no, no, no, do not say that to anybody. There's other people who want your job and God forbid you can fulfill your duties the day of. The fund someone else. And she's right. I didn't say a word. The COVID went away. Took the medicine, you know? Rested, et cetera. And I was ready to perform. But it's a tough town. There's a lot of people out there right now. You don't know about that are going to die in the next week, month, half year who've been suffering with cancer and some other things. And it's just not known in Hollywood. And then you get this schmuck. Mark Antony, he got married again. This time he married a 23 year old beauty pageant when and by the way, Mark Anthony is 54. She's 23. Don't tell me they got things to talk about. 31 years apart. You know, I know. Look, this marriage has something to do with him needing to steal some thunder away from J.Lo's wedding with Ben Affleck and that whole second time around world win romance. That was, you know, huge. Mark Anthony couldn't just stay there with J.Lo always wanted to have a blended family with Ben and Jen Garner's kids and living in the same house. Fuck Anthony was beside himself.
New Zealand's Ardern, an icon to many, to step down
"New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern, who became a global icon on the left, said that she was leaving office after 5 and a half years. I will not be seeking reelection. In the my term is prime minister will conclude no later than the 7th of February. Fighting back the tears are done said that the role required having a reserve to face the unexpected. I know what this job takes. And I know that I no longer have enough in the tank to do it justice. Her announcement came as a shock throughout the nation of 5 million people, Ardennes was praised around the world for her handling of the nation's worst ever mass shooting, and the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. But she was facing mounting political pressures at home, and a level of vitriol from some that hadn't been experienced by previous New Zealand leaders. I'm Karen Chammas
Court to hear appeal of ex-officer in murder of George Floyd
"The former Minneapolis police officer serving 22 and a half years in prison for putting his knee to the neck of George Floyd is asking that his state conviction be tossed out, an attorney for Derek Chauvin will argue before an appeals court that numerous legal and procedural eras deprived his client of a fair trial. The attorney says pretrial publicity was more extensive than any other trial in Minnesota history, and that the trial should have been moved elsewhere and the jury sequestered the attorney also argues that the judge improperly excluded evidence that could have been favorable to Chauvin, and accuses prosecutors of misconduct, Chauvin was convicted of second degree murder, third degree murder, and second degree manslaughter, Chauvin later pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge, and was sentenced to 21 years in a federal prison, a sentence he serving concurrently with the state sentence. I'm John of water
Kraken Hires ExBlockFi VP, Samia Bayou, as Head of Prime Finance
"5 p.m. Friday, January 13th, 2023. Kraken hires X block 5 VP, samia Bayou, as head of prime finance. LTP class what MSN normal club kraken, a U.S. based cryptocurrency exchange, has hired some a Bayou, the former vice president and global head of private client at digital asset lender block fi, as its new head of prime finance and OTC sales for the EMEA LTP GT LTP class wed MSO normal crop Bayou announced her appointment on LinkedIn on Friday. However, her LinkedIn profile shows she assumed the role in December last year. Bayou left her role at BlockFi in September last year after one year and 5 months LTP GTL TP class guetta MSO normal Cooper senior executive, who has worked for leading financial institutions such as Sussex rail private banking, UBS, Merrill Lynch, and city, brings about 18 years of experience to the role LTP GTL TP class what Amazon normal kraken is building bridges from the old financial world to the new crypto prime financing OTC spot and derivative markets are poised for growth with institutions entering the ecosystem looking for a reliable and stable partner by you wrote on LinkedIn, explaining why she decided to board kraken's rocket ship dot LTP GT LTP class what MSO normal texting just of what Bayou's career experience helped class what MSN on the four block fi by you worked as a senior investment adviser to the chairman and managing director at youth based single-family office. She fulfilled the role for over four and a half years. LTP GT LTP class wed MSO normal coop between 2015 and 2016, she was a senior private banker, Middle East, and North Africa Mina for sauce at rail private banking, the wealth management arm of sausage rail. However, she spent a longer stint at UBS, serving as a client adviser for the Mina markets for the Switzerland headquartered investment banking company. She worked at UBS for 7 years and 5 months between September 2007, and January 2015 class Wednesday normal quad additionally, Bayou served as financial adviser at the international desk of Merrill Lynch and previously worked as a junior relationship manager for city Apache clients she fulfilled these roles between 2004 and 2006. Class Guatemalan textile just of what crypto job cut presses on into 2023 LTP GTL TP class wet MSO normal club kraken's appointment of Bayou comes at a time the crypto industry is seen continued industry job cuts from last year Singapore based crypto dot com on Friday announced that it will shred its team by 30. LTP GT LTP class Guatemalan quad satchels based, dot finance magnates, dot com cryptocurrency crypto downs and continues to show up at plants to prim work force by 20 quat huebel tagged and remote first American tough ref coffs dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency by Nancy Harris WinCo and basic cuts employment amidst crypto enter quote Cohen basal tact also announced job cut some days ago. Crack in itself will taffer dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency crypto exchange at crocodile bail workforce by 30 quark at its global workforce by 30 tagged in late November last year. The crypto exchange also plans to top ref cops dot finance magnates, dot com cryptocurrency crochet into pampas sitting with crypto market quote, shut down tagged its Japanese operations by January 31st, citing harsh crypto market conditions, dot LTP GT this article was written by Solomon oladipupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com
StoneX Hires SWIFTs Edward Phelps as Head of Sales Strategy
"7 p.m. Friday January 13th, 2023. Stone X hires swift's Edward Phelps as head of sales strategy. LTP class Guatemala normal kwa stone's global payments, a subsidiary of the StoneX Group which specializes in cross border payments to developing countries, has hired Edward Phelps a former swift employee as its head of sales strategy. Phelps, who left swift after over 5 and a half years, announced his new role on Friday LTP tail TP class Guatemala normal club Phelps brings about a decade of experience to the role. His appointment comes less than a month after CBOE global markets finance magnates dot comics seek to invest with speech Patel talents boy Clara peace president in 2023 quite appointed weichs paddle tagged the top swift executive as the new president of CBOE clear Europe LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quadrat swift Phelps worked in various capacities from acting in a business development corporates role in 2017 to moving to an SME and consumer strategy role in February 2021 LTP GT LTP. Classical normal coats this FML S 22 session that takes a futurist look at the online trading industry dot LTP tail TP class gua mesa normal club Phelps joined swift from ebri where he worked for almost 5 years. He served in various capacities including in corporate fork sales roles at the FinTech company dot LTP tail TP class guadagno normal kwa Phelps appointment is one in a number of executive hirings companies under the StoneX Group, which provides execution, post trade settlement, clearing, and custody services to its clients have completed in recent months LTP LTP class Guatemala normal quad in December, stoics group taffer finance magnates dot comic seeker devastation promoters run a Kotlin tummy marketing gun events manager quote promoted run a Catelyn tagged its events, sales, and marketing executive to the position of marketing and events manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Earlier in November, stone X retail, the group of pass FX and CFD trading division, finance magnates, dot com executives of a stoics hotel promotes item dance to product director quote promoted Adam dancel tagged to product director LTP detail TP class qualms normal quote stone exas subsidiaries face regulatory sanctions of the classical normal kwa meanwhile. Two different subsidiaries under the StoneX Group have recently come under regulatory scrutiny. On Thursday, the national futures association NFL finance magnates common statuta forks the phenytoin X markets 1 million 4 compliance quotes slapped 1 million final tagged on subsidiary stoics markets, which is a swap dealer member of the NFA. The U.S. derivatives regulator said the pecuniary penalty is to settle multiple charges of compliance violations against stone X markets. The subsidiary fine neither agreed to nor denied the allegations, but agreed to pay the fine dut LTP tale TP class Guatemala normal caught furthermore in December, NFL tahr clubs of the finance magnates dot com forks the finest game capital 700 K four compliant CV elation squad that gained capital tagged, another stomach subsidiary with a 700,000 fine. The penalty, the regulator clarified, was for multiple compliance violations by Forex dot com, which is one of gain capital apos retail Forex brokerage brands. LTP GT this article was written by Solomon Aldo pupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
College admissions scam mastermind gets 42 months in prison
"College scam mastermind Rick singer has been sentenced for his role in the varsity blues bribery case. Rick singer reports to prison in February, his punishment of three and a half years in prison handed down at a federal court in Boston on Wednesday is the longest sentence so far in the college admissions scandal that exploded into headlines in 2019. Audio courtesy WCVB. Singer was also ordered to pay $10 million to the IRS and forfeit millions more to the government. He put guilty to paying off entrance exam administrators and coaches to get the children of wealthy parents into elite universities
Nomuras Tim Albers Rejoins Barclays as Head of FX Strats Structuring
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TikTok, It Must Be Stopped
"I just want to say one great thing happened in 2022. It's hard to find great news in 2022. The Ukrainian resistance that they did not fold up is great but the cost of Ukraine has been so high. And it's been such a savage war, it's hard to say great, though it's been inspiring else zelensky and his people have fought back against the Russian bear. But apparently after two years and actually two and a half years of relentless campaigning by people like me, but mostly secretary of former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, senator Tom cotton, congressman Mike Gallagher, and a few others, TikTok has become radioactive in the United States. Parents get it off of your kids phone as soon as you can. Here's Mike Pompeo in November talking to Brian kilmeade on Fox about TikTok, cutting them rate. A 100%. And if the government won't do it, parents should. We've been talking about this for a long time, Brian. I think now three, three and a half years ago, this is a powerful tool with deeply embedded AI, and it is an element of the Chinese security apparatus. So think about your kids, facial recognition features, who their friends are, everybody they're talking to, this information is all available to the Chinese Communist Party. The FTC chair has it right. The Trump administration had it right, although we didn't get it done. We need to prevent this tool. And all the others like it from impacting American security. But yet
Julie Kelly Describes the Whole Gretchen Whitmer 'Fednapping' Hoax
"Happy to be sitting in for Seb and again. Happy to have Julie Kelly back for another segment. She writes brilliantly to American greatness, covering the events of January 6th, which happens to be the title of her book, which I recommend you get because there is no better reference for what happened and how the Democrats turned that into the invented insurrection that unfortunately it is now branded as. Julie bad is January 6th was predating that was almost, I guess, I think you've called it the trial run for what they did. The fed napping in Michigan where overzealous FBI agents and informants and paid hacks talked a bunch of drunken idiots into saying and doing some things that got them busted for a kidnapping plot of the governor that never happened. And now they're getting sentenced to 16 and 20 years. Is there something I'm missing here? No, it's just really another example of how far removed we are from any apolitical objective system of justice in this country. And just for a quick backstory, there was no kidnapping plan. There was no domestic terror groups. This was a plot that was concocted and engineered completely by the FBI using at least a dozen informants, at least three undercover agents, numerous handling agencies working on multiple FBI field offices to put this plot together to bolster Christopher wray's bogus claims for domestic violent extremists, especially those on the right, which none of these were right wingers were the biggest threat to the country. Now, of course, keep in mind this is at the same time we know the FBI was running informants into two militia groups tied to January 6th, the oath keepers and the Proud Boys. This is what the FBI was doing in the year 2020 as huge cities in areas of the country were being burned to the ground by legitimate terrorists. At any rate, finally this goes to trial in April of 2022, four men facing federal conspiracy to kidnap charges two men had pleaded guilty. Stunning verdict, the jury comes back not a single conviction against any of the four men, two men are acquitted outright in the April trial. The two men who got a mistrial hung jury out of boxing very crossed were retried by government thanks to the help of judge Robert younger in Grand Rapids who heavily told to the scales in favor of the government during the second trial. Jury came back convicted both of them. They were sentenced to speak Adam Fox to 16 years in prison very cost sentence to date to 19 and a half years in prison for a kidnapping plot that was put together by the government that never happened and never could have happened unless the FBI put it together.
The New Crypto Policy Blueprint With Kristin Smith
"All right guys, today as I mentioned, my interviews with Kristen Smith, who leads the blockchain association in Washington, D.C.. Blockchain association is a member organization with more than 100 members advocating for better public policy around crypto. They, as you might imagine have had a very active year. And in this conversation, we talk about just how different 2022 ended up from where it started. We also get into what the real state of play is around crypto politics and what the blueprint for crypto's D.C. efforts are post SPF. All right, Kristen, welcome to the breakdown. How are you doing? It's great to be here. Excited for 2023. With much understatement. So no, I'm really excited to get your take on how this year has evolved. I think you've been kind of a firsthand witness to a lot of changes in terms of crypto and where crypto sits in the D.C. arrangement. I guess just for folks who aren't familiar with you or your work, just get a quick background on what you do and what the blockchain association is would be great. Yeah, so my name is Kristen. I run the blockchain association and we are a trade association based in Washington D.C. that focuses primarily on federal public policy issues. So we have a 109 member companies and we work with these companies to develop public policy positions. And then we go lobby Congress to enact these positions. We work with the regulatory agencies and then sometimes we get involved in different litigation matters that could have a public policy outcome. So really whatever means is available. Also, as a part of this, we do a lot of education with policymakers because this is obviously very complicated space. So we've been around for about four and a half years. We have, I think, up to 16 or 17 people on the team right now and our sole focus is to get good public policy for the crypto industry.
2 cities pursued more school for kids. Only 1 pulled it off.
"In a tale of two districts, school boards consider stretching the calendar to combat pandemic learning loss. Richmond, Virginia school superintendent Jason cameras was looking for ways to recoup. After two and a half years of interrupted schooling, when he proposed extending the school year, the plan meant opposition from parents teachers and school board members, who said it would be too expensive and disruptive. Cameras said defaulting to the status quo felt like a defeat, fix everything, but don't change anything, he says. Meanwhile, hopewell, 20 miles away, became the first Virginia district to adopt full year schooling system wide last year, the 4000 student district were 91% of students are economically disadvantaged and 60% are black, had been studying the idea since before the pandemic. Hope well smaller size and backing from teachers made it easier to build support in the community, intercession classes are optional at this year around 25% of students participated, superintendent melody Hackney, attributes the low turnout to the program's newness, she's now considering making the extra sessions mandatory for the students who are furthest behind. I'm Jennifer King
Roger Stone Has Had a Genuine Life Transformation
"Talking to roger, stone. Roger. I like you. And I want you to know that and I've enjoyed talking to you and really nothing blesses me more. Then when I find that someone has genuinely come to faith because, you know, there are a lot of people that claim to be Christians and then you dig a little deeper and you realize, well, I don't know. They clearly have not met the living God and they don't get it in the way that God wants them to get it. After a few conversations, it became very clear to me that you have had genuine life transformation. You take this seriously, you you've been through all kinds of hell, not least, your wife dealing with cancer. Yeah, I think that's a PTSD from two and a half years of a struggle with the full force of the federal government. And it almost immediately after my pardon, she was diagnosed with very aggressive stage four cancer. And today I'm happy to tell you through the healing power of Jesus Christ. She's now 19 months cancer free. I mean, that is a big deal because I remember talking to you way back when this first happened. And, you know, again, if you claim to be a Christian, you have to believe in actual miracles. It doesn't mean that God does them whenever we want. But he does them. And you and your wife have experienced this. Like genuinely one of the doctors told us this was not possible. I mean, they actually, which you would back in to be retested after the course of treatment, which she chose, they said, well, there's something wrong here. There's no cancer. We must have mixed your test up with somebody else's. They actually said that. I love this kind of stuff. This is why we're doing this on a miracle Monday ladies and gentlemen. Because these stories need to be told.
Ex-cop who kneeled on George Floyd’s back gets 3.5-year term
"The ex police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's back has been sentenced. The former Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's back, while another officer kneeled on the black man's neck has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Jay Alexander king pleaded guilty in October to a state count of aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter, in exchange, a charge of aiding and abetting murder was dropped. King is already serving a federal sentence for violating Floyd's civil rights, the state and federal sentence of three years will be served at the same time. I'm Shelley Adler
Russian man jailed 8 1/2 years for Ukraine action criticism
"A leading Russian opposition leader has been sentenced to 8 and a half years in prison, after being convicted on charges stemming from his criticism of the Kremlin's action in Ukraine. The sentence handed down to Ilya yasin, one of the few Kremlin critics to have stayed in Russia offers the latest indication of an intensified crackdown on dissent by Russian authorities. Yaxin is charged with spreading false information about the military, a new offense added to the country's criminal law after president Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine. Yashin said in a statement through his lawyers after the judge passed the sentence that
Officer who kneeled on George Floyd’s back faces sentencing
"The former police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's back as another officer Penn Floyd's neck faces sentencing today in Minnesota state court in Minneapolis. Jenny Alexander king pleaded guilty in October to aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter, a day before jury selection was to begin in his trial, Floyd died May 25th, 2020, when former officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for 9 and a half minutes, video recorded by a bystander showed Floyd golem, king kneeled on Floyd's back during the restraint. He has agreed to a state sentence of three and a half years in prison to be served at the same time as a federal sentence. I'm Donna water
Julie Hartman Describes Becoming Conservative at Harvard
"I am delighted to welcome to the podcast Julie Hartman. Julie is a Harvard graduate and has her own podcast titled timeless. Julie, thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. Julie, I want to start out a little bit with your Harvard experience. What was it like going to Harvard? And what was kind of just your overall experience there? I mean, it was great going to Harvard. I mean, I was only there in person for two and a half years because in the middle of my sophomore year, I was sent home due to COVID, like so many college students. And I thought that I was going to be able to go back for my junior year, but they made us stay on Zoom. So the only full years at Harvard that I got were my freshman year and my senior year. So when I was there, I liked it a lot. I mean, I think there's this idea that these colleges are super woke and super liberal and that all of the people there are super woke and super liberal. And that's true to some extent, but I was also really able to find some amazing Friends and I was very careful about the professors that I chose. I made sure that my professors were fair minded. I thought out of the few conservative professors, so overall I speak highly of my experience, although when I was there, I started off as I came in as a progressive liberal because I grew up in Los Angeles, and that was kind of the expected view there. But then when I was at Harvard, I became a conservative. So I guess you could say that Harvard had the opposite effect on me politically that it does on most students who go there.
Lori Lightfoot Says She's the Only 'Rational' Choice for Mayor
"You'd think that Lori Lightfoot wouldn't have the nerve to run for office again, right? Think again, check this out. Reach voters all across the city. To remind them, not only what we've done over the last three and a half years, but what our vision is for the next four. And why the only rational choice is to return me to office. The only rational choice is to return me to office. Listen, Lori Lightfoot in office and rational shouldn't be in the same sentence.
What the Wedding at Cana Teaches Us About Marriage With Levi Lusko
"Up today's program at the point where Levi began explaining how the first recorded miracle of Jesus described in John, chapter two, can teach us profound lessons about how to have a more fulfilling marriage. Jesus is at a wedding, and that should write their arrest our attention. He's got three and a half years to save the world. What's he doing at a wedding? But the answer is, in the text, it says, Jesus was invited. So here's the question. If Jesus isn't in your home, it's not because he doesn't want to be there. It's because perhaps you didn't invite him in. Every bride and groom had the choice to invite Jesus into their wedding invite him into the marriage. He'll come into your home if you invite him. So he's there. His mom says, hey, they're out of wine. He tells the servants, go get that those 6 tubs, basically giant stone pods, fill them up with water. And once the water is filled up, draw some out and give it to the master of the feast. And it was when they brought the water to the master of the feast that the miracle happened, and it turned into wine. Now, the text says to servants filled the pots up to the brim. Those three words in that passage give us the approach for our relationships God wants us to take. Because they only got as much wine as they had the faith to put water in. They were 20 to 30 gallons apiece and there were 6 of them. So they got a 125 to a 150 gallons worth of wine because they filled the pots up to the brim. Now they had no guarantee while they were pouring that was working. They didn't have a hose either. They're going to the well. Bucket at a time. Perspiring, you know? What in the heck? What are we even doing? And they could have easily said, oh, that's enough. Let's go bring some to the master. Then that's exactly as much one as they would have gotten. But because they had the faith to do something that didn't seem like it was working, that eventually this to the brim mentality led to them having a lot of wine. We think a lot of marriages have a barely enough mentality. They treat it like, you know, we do our iPhone or our gas tank, where it's always kind of on red line. You know what I mean? And we don't get gas until tell me you have that little thing that tells you distance still empty. And you go, I just did that yesterday. I don't need to get gas. I got 13 miles left. I'm fine. That was the exact mileage. I had left. Exactly. You're like, that's the point at which it kicks over and says, hey, moron, get gas. You know what I'm saying? No way. It's like a game. How close can I get to the edge? But a lot of marriages are doing that. They have just enough relational equity to not be destroyed on a database. Just surviving, as opposed to having more than enough, not taking that date night or that weekend away or that marriage counseling until it's in crisis mode. As opposed to a to the brim. You're going to have as much in your marriage as you're willing to put into it. So I think like a miracle, we should fill our marriages up to the brim. That
"and half years" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And a half years. We'd explain why you got the political asylum what it was you faced. Well, I got the political asylum because of my country, the circumcised woman. So And you were afraid, if you went back, this would happen to you as it did to all the women members of all the women in my family have gotten even my mother. Why did you wear an ankle bracelet? They wanted to check my immigration. I don't know. So that was in 2010. She joins us now as a community organizer. Also author of her own biography, accused my story of injustice. Eyewitness. Also with us, this power malu, a community organizer who runs the group artist athletes and activists. They both have been working closely with the team and others to assist thousands of newly arriving asylum seekers to New York. We welcome you both to democracy now. It's just remarkable what you yourself went through. You've now just gotten your citizenship. Yes, I just became an American citizen a year ago. But here you are rather than sort of getting away from the trauma of what you left behind, working to help other people who like you are desperate to come to this country. Talk about what you've been doing here and what you face with a thousands of people in this case in New York just coming here. So because of my experience, it was very important for me to be on a ground and help advocate the system here in New York City is not created for this type of community, which is the migrants that are arriving. So we're at port authority every single day. Welcome and welcome to them and helping them navigate into the shelter system. Once they're in a shelter system, we are also helping them with resources, social services, we're also at the airports and other bus terminals. I think one of the things that we definitely want to highlight port authority is not the only route these migrants are coming from. They're coming from airports, all the bus terminals around New York City. So talk about where those buses are coming from. We see you at port authority, greeting the asylum seekers, what are they telling you? And what about these journeys? And where do they think they're coming to? So the bus is coming at port authorities coming from Texas. The ones that are not coming from port authority are coming from other states, so Arizona, Ohio, Indiana. Those are just some of the few states that they're coming from. But the migrants that are coming specifically from Texas from or out the avid buses we call them. They are just forced into the buses. They're waking up at 1 o'clock in the morning and told to get on these buses. And they're not sure where they're going. You have some of them who know that they're going to New York and a lot of them who don't have any idea. So as soon as they're arriving in New York City, my colleague here power, the first thing he tells and you're in New York City at port authority in Manhattan. It's the best way to identify where they are, so there's no confusion. And briefly, we tell them what the next step is. Empower maloo, what is the next step? And how did you get involved with your group, artis athletes and activists and being there is a greeter and a person who orients these asylum seekers why this is so important to you. So I'm born and raised in the lower east side. I'm a New York and so my mom and dad were born in Puerto Rico. I was born here in New York, but I still consider myself an immigrant. I think it's very important for people to realize that if you weren't born here 500 years ago, you're an immigrant if you're not a native to this country, you're an immigrant, and this country was built off the backs of immigrants, and I just want to make that clear when they come to New York City. This is the first place that we actually have an opportunity to write the wrongs, right? When they first step into the United States that mistreated, they put in these cold cells, these cold air conditioned spaces were just wearing t-shirts, so they arrived to New York sick. They arrived to New York with anxiety levels through the roof. It's up to us as our job as New Yorkers to be able to welcome them in this city that is a so called sanctuary city with the love and the care and the dignity that they deserve. So when we get on the bus, first thing we do tell them is that they are in New York City and although they may see police officers and now because we have the National Guard stationed there, they may see people in uniform military uniform. They're not to be afraid that they are free. They are free and they are welcomed here in New York City, and we're going to do our best to advocate for them. We try to find out if they have family members here in New York or family members on the way, because one of the main things that we like to do is reunite families because at the border, they've been separated. There's no rhyme or reason. We've reunited so many families and I'm talking about thousands of families that have been separated where the mom and the dad don't see each other for weeks or months at a time. The children, there's two daughters that were separated from the mom and dad and their younger siblings. One was sent to Ontario, California, the other one was sent to San Diego, California. We worked diligently to do the research to try to get them together and reunite them here in New York City. And that is one of the main things that we pride ourselves in is having a conversation with them because for the first time, they're actually having someone listen to them. Someone that actually cares and wants to know what are their needs. And so the follow-up is, it takes into consideration us sharing our phone number with them. And then it spread throughout the community. And people come to us for all types of help, like whether it's questions about their immigration or they're coming because they need some clothing or some food. Any type of resources that are supposed to be shared with them and that they're not getting, they come to us. They come back to the port authority. So yes, we are receiving hundreds and hundreds of people at the port authority. Now it's up to like 20,000 plus that are in New York City, but the follow-up means that they're not getting the resources that they deserve, so they trust this place that they first will welcome, and then they share that within their community. And we try our best to connect with grassroots organizations who are the ones that are doing the work, and we want to be clear with that because there's a lot of miscommunication or misinformation that the city is doing so much for these migrants and they are well off. And that is not the case. We are advocating for them every single day and we have to be on the ground, fighting for them. And they know this. That is why they come back to us and say, hey, we've been at this hotel for two weeks, and we still haven't enrolled our child in school, or we still haven't gotten any type of resources. We're getting cold food or we're not getting food at the time because we don't know when the food is being served. So there's a language barrier, and it's up to us to continue to advocate for these people and let the city know and people that really care that is the grassroots organizations that need the support because we're not getting the support that we need to be able to make the sustainable. And that's all we want to be able to do continue to help these people because they deserve to be helped and treated as human beings, not as political pawns as they've been treated for these past several months. I mean, I'm trying to move to see you and other and others breeding, laying hands on, having signs that welcome people to New York, we see a woman in a neck brace. There was a child who didn't have insulin who was a diabetic. She was four years old. Adam about, can you talk specifically about black asylum seekers? And if they're treated differently than others, oh yeah, there's over 10,000 black aside black migrants in New York right now. Black migrants are coming the same route as the South American brothers and sisters. But once they arrive in Texas, they are then transported to another detention center. And they are
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"Considered. I marry Louise Kelly. And I melt the Chang. It's been four and a half years since a troubled former student killed 17 people and wounded 17 others at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Today, their survivors and families confronted him in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom. They unleashed their anger at the gunman and at his defense attorneys, and piers grey Allen reports. Nicholas Cruz pleaded guilty to killing 14 students and three staff members at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school. From the beginning, his defense team had one goal, avoiding the death penalty. In the end, they were successful, convincing a jury that his mother's abuse of alcohol and drugs while she was pregnant with him left Cruz, mentally impaired. For many victims of the attack and their families, the verdict was another blow. Stacy lapel, a teacher wounded by crews, told him she was disappointed and disgusted that he didn't receive a sentence of death. The idea that you are cold blooded killer can actually live each day. Eat your meals and put your head down at night, just seems completely unjust. The only comfort I have is that your life in prison will be filled with horror and fear. During the trial, some survivors and families delivered victim impact statements. At that time they were instructed that they couldn't address cruise directly or talk about what punishment he should receive, and under Florida law, juries are told they can not take those victim impact statements into account and determining a verdict. Max schachter, whose 14 year old son Alex was killed at the school, said that law was unfair to the victims and their families. He called crews associate path who got enjoyment from watching people suffer, but he also had scathing comments for Cruz's defense attorney, Melissa McNeil, who he said falsely claim the gunman didn't receive adequate mental health treatment. It's irresponsible for you to make a statement that is an outright lie. You're making the mental health crisis in America worse. By misrepresenting what actually happened to the Parkland murderer. Other families also directed anger at cruises defense attorneys. McNeil cruises lawyer asked the judge and prosecutors to reign in the attacks on the defense team
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"So anyways, I spent 5 and a half years, totally zombies out. Gamed 70 pounds. What the fuck 70 pounds in one and a half years? Medicine they gave me. And I was a zombie, I was with myself from some friends came and they were shocked they wanted to cry after visiting me after a year. Oh my God, what happened to you? What did they do to you? So they want to break your mentally, they want to break you and just keep you silent.
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"Loaded with juicy peach and dive into their famous key lime pie concrete. They jam a whole slice of tart and tasty key lime pie in with fresh vanilla frozen custard. It's lime time, baby. Shootings on Chicago area expressways are down 36% so far this year compared to last so far there have been 84 expressway shootings compared to 132 and 2021. There has been one fatal shooting this year compared to ten last year, the decrease comes as more automatic license plate readers have been installed in air operations have increased. President Biden tested positive for COVID today, The White House says the 79 year old is experiencing very mild symptoms, including a stuffy nose, stuffy nose, fatigue, and cough, he has begun taking packs of it and antiviral drug designed to reduce the severity of the disease. The president is fully vaccinated and has received two boosters. A judge has sentenced former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane to two and a half years in prison on a federal civil rights charge for his role in the killing of George Floyd, the sentence was well below what prosecutors and family had sought lane faces sentencing in September on state charges in Floyd's killing, he will remain free on bond until he has to turn himself in on October 4th, Floyd's brother called the sentence insulting. WLS news time, 1231. Taking a look at traffic right now on the Dan Ryan, we have a disabled vehicle the right lane is blocked inbound at Roosevelt road traffic is stop and go from 35th street, you're looking at a 12 minute delay, also on the Dan Ryan in the express lanes there are reports of some people running across the express lanes into the local lanes that outbound at Garfield boulevard and on I 80 traffic has stopped due to an overturned vehicle eastbound between Briggs street and Google road. Next traffic update in 15 minutes. On Wall Street this hour, the Dow is down 47 points NASDAQ up 80, the S&P 500 up 11 points. Get news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous
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"Church worker upstairs in this building They heard a shot and then more shots they left that building called us All three kids were under the age of 15 Baseball talks are still well underway in Central Florida but it looks like the league won't meet its deadline to save the regular season RJ Anderson with CBS sports says both sides are still butting heads on luxury taxes and player salary caps They're basically asking the players to accept a wage suppressing tool while also increasing the revenues So they want not just a bigger pie they want a larger percentage of that pie Derek Jeter is leaving the Miami Marlins after four and a half years as CEO He took that job in September of 2017 when Bruce Sherman bought the team from Jeffrey loria This is CBS News Double the 1203 The Tuesday morning welcome to a new month 1st of March 2022 hardly cloudy Cole low in the 20 by daybreak for most of the area A dean lane we thank you for taking this along for your morning ride topping the local stories we're looking at for you as we head into this new month Tuesday morning The Montgomery county board of education says this morning the student board member has been signaled out for online harassment over her stance and the school system is a mass policy Montgomery county school board president Brenda wolf says she's appalled by the online abuse she says student board member Hana ohlone has been subjected to on Twitter And they have just taken to insulting her and using inappropriate language and essentially cyberbullying her It began said wolf after a loony commented in a recent board meeting saying it's too soon to lift the mask mandate Next week the board will hold a meeting and it's expected they'll vote on the mask mandate Kate Ryan WTO P news A measure that would give parents the chance to preview some of the materials their children are taught in school headed now to Virginia governor Glenn youngkin's desk for final approval the bill allowing parents to review sexually explicit material before it's taught cleared the House of delegates this week on Monday the Senate approving it last month the measure requires teachers to offer alternative material for a child whose parents object to the lesson content Opponents say already overworked teachers must now create extra lesson plans and save the term sexually explicit is overly broad In a statement governor youngkin called for a vote called the vote a win for his parents matter campaign as its title which was instrumental You'll remember in the election victory of last November The Virginia General Assembly has given final approval this week to Adam's law the anti hazing Bill named for Adam oaks of loudoun county who died of alcohol poisoning last year following a frat party Adam oakes was a 19 year old freshman at Virginia Commonwealth university when he died last year at what police say was an unlawful hazing at the now expelled Delta Chi fraternity Completing action on the bill the house of delegates voted 98 to one for anti hazing training for student groups at both public and private colleges and universities Schools would also be required to publicly post any known hazing incidents by student groups Another bill is making its way through the General Assembly that would toughen the penalties for hazing Dick giuliano WTO P news You can call this one the side that spring is just about here The D.C. department of public works will resume neighborhood street sweeping this week starting today Tuesday and going through Sunday October 30th drivers in the district are asked to obey posted signs with the schedule of parking restrictions ensuring the streets get a thorough sweeping Interim department of public works director Mike Carter notes this morning in a release about the program that regular street sweeping not only keeps the neighborhoods clean but the environment is healthier In 2021 he was he said that D.C. streets sweepers collected more than 2100 tons of litter and pollutants from nearly 32,000 miles of streets across the city Virginia welders say they are in favor of cutting taxes requiring certain people to get COVID vaccines and not banning critical race theory A new Christopher Newport university Watson center survey of registered voters finds 47% are in favor of cutting the state's grocery tax altogether only 24% want to keep it A wide majority 63% say they support teaching how racism continues to impact American society and a 57% oppose a ban on teaching critical race theory The survey also finds that a majority of voters thinks first responders and teachers should be required to get COVID vaccines the survey of 701 registered voters has a margin of error of 4.2% Kyle Cooper WTO news This morning the violent crime has been on the rise around the region and that includes the amount of crimes committed by kids Locally a prince George's county they're launching a brand new effort to that end to target those kids before they say it's too late It's called the hope collective a group of nonprofits from around the county are coming together to engage with kids A lot of kids don't see that adults care enough You need your Davis is the director of the office of community relations in prince George's county By showcasing modeling.
"and half years" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The answer is easily yes, Alisa went on to say race has become a hot topic of conversation at Buckingham Palace. The revelation comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year. That's where the couple shared. A member of the royal family was worried about how dark their child's skin would be. You're listening to the latest on NBC news radio. Several so called disaster recovery centers are opening up in New York City in West Chester County for residents impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Kristen Marx reports. President Biden approved major disaster declarations for parts of the city in Westchester this week, making them eligible for federal funds for things like housing assistance, home repairs and crisis counseling. Now governor Hogle has announced that specialists from FEMA and the U. S Small Business Administration will provide information and answer questions at six sites. They're located and Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, Queens College and Flushing Hostels Community College in the Bronx, The College of Staten Island, the Mamaroneck Village Courthouse and the Yonkers Public Library. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is launching his political comeback to her after giving a speech at the Ronald Reagan Library. The speech in California was part of a series discussing the future of the Republican Party. The 59 year old Christie says whether former President Trump runs again in 2024 won't impact his decision. When it comes to making a presidential run at his own, Christie ran in 2016. GOP primary before backing out and supporting Trump. Acting as an adviser for him at times as well. The federal judges striking down Florida's anti riot law as unconstitutional. Florida Governor Ron to Santa says it's not over yet We will win that on appeal. I guarantee you will win that appeal. Um, just like we'll win the parents' rights won on appeal, just like we won almost anything out of Tallahassee on appeal. That's just kind of the way the cookie crumbles. The judge says the law amounts to an assault on First Amendment rights and due process protections. The bill was passed earlier this year by the legislature and signed into law in April. Its ruling comes after another judge struck down the governor's ban on mask mandates in schools. The R Kelly trial is entering its fourth week related to alleged victim of the singer is expected to add more testimony today after telling jurors the 54 year old R and B singer locked her up for days. In a darkened room with almost no food before drugging her until she passed out, and he sexually assaulted her. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio In my 86 a half years, life has taken me many places.
"and half years" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"It's it's a big time commitment to do every week. The new release newsletter. So i've compared them down so not doing it every week. Every out of every month i take a week off on the months because this past month when you said you're going to scotland other case we two weeks off from the podcast. It'll be great. But i didn't realize that you timed it so perfectly not just for the scottish weather but i actually had scheduled the two weeks off in. Ihl and i forgot about it. It is cosmetically new. This is going to be the best thing this for. Tv's yes mental state. I was thinking to go on holiday. Not be can repair. And also i've been working with someone who has been helping me on the back end with iheart listrik so of releasing that workload in learning to trust the team as another change of in making on iheart listrik in on the networking networking with fellow authors networking with readers in everything like that is one of the things. I'm quite passionate about since i started. The whole i- heartless website is. That's that's a networking avenue brandon. I random is coal running iheart listrik now row working on reading event for twenty twenty two hoping to connect readers with a more genres in a more realistic such owners to read. They'll be like we haven't completely ironed out everything what we wanna do. But they'll be prizes in sales and stuff like that so but we need to get going on it because as you've so kindly mentioned l. after years gone so reverse going to be your soon so still never like i do still writing my newsletter in walk every so often when i remember how about you say i just can't my My goal say That was my ryan publishing goes done pub. Cosco's was to carry on doing this show. And we've done that so well done us say it's caroline day. My monthly book cost lesbian book club. Now this date fall off the radar a little bit because of the family issues that i had to tend to in the spring. I'm back on track with it now. So i i did a cost in may. I'm doing one in this month and beating july as well so Beckham chart with that I d still tend to keep doing that. Say that those goals take health and wellbeing. I did say this has to be top of my list. I have done the same. I've i've taken to yoga ring every day. The meditation has a little bit of the radar. But i make with that. Because i figured that yoga actually is meditation. I do half an hour and it's all about breathing so you know i'm i'm pretty i with that. My walking routine. The walking routine is still going. My hit has absolutely stopped because of injuries. So as you said we're both we're both women of a certain age. Injuries happen more. I'm not down of about it. I've kept on the walking. I'm doing yoga every day. So i haven't got back from walking from the holiday because the walking up and down glen and locks and all. That shit was fine. Tb but you know what bugaboo nia was wailing. My case of on the coble streets of inverness. My case got stuck. I twisted my my case. Went the other and my knee out. say my name is currently take top. I even do yoga at moment. Because i can't do a done with dole without screaming in pain so Going to the physio and just king but these are just obstacle. Sent to try us we carry on and i said i was gonna take regular breaks now a beginning of the year. I had these high hopes in having trips and it was. I knew it was going to be loaded up to the end of the these trips may so happen. They may not who knows. I didn't get away on my resume. My writing retreat in january. Which day because we were fully lockdown then but we did have that marvelous two weeks away in scotland. I'm still very committed to a regular break. So even if we're not allowed to travel on an airplane or we'll be going somewhere at regular breaks are essential especially when you're just working at home so i think That has been. I've also a mental health was a big issue for me. That was one of my big goals. I think i was more Forceful with the mental health front. When i was drafting my goals and i it lately. I've been in a much better place i've been taking more time off. I've been going for short trips here. And there i've seen friends not on zoom or skype or anything. I've been seen them like in real life. It's been nice to have fun. yes Tiptoeing timing backing to no more live right so yes it's it's it's something now we're like oh yeah i should do. I should make plans for this weekend because like for a while ago. Yes i'll just watch tv series or read a book or something like wait. I leave. i'll give you another couple Blogging i have been stephanus up bright up this year so i'm quite proud and pleased about that. I've been doing at least he looks a month so And it has definitely driven more traffic to my website. And i think a result without. I've so more books on my own web shop. So that's good and it's good that people against my website and seeing it because it's very pricey if you haven't been to my website look so you're doing two a month peter website so you easily have read the detailed on for my website. Because i just can't remember to do it. Jobs do yours as well. No lay's potato And the other thing i Have this year is hilarious. I've been shortlisted towards say i should. I should include that in my and a half year round ago goldie and amid list scout award from german translation. Before he's i. D say an that will come out in the wash july-to-september and i think actually i've had This is really weird. I've had my best abbas six months financially having just launched one book in a series book and one thing you said recently on a podcast the made me get. 'cause you said that you have to space out your lizzy books because they're in a series and say that it made you as much money if you wanna let you have to release lanes another thought by that is very clever strategy thinking damn it i've Yeah i've just released one series booking january one series book in july say. I'm not anticipating the second half of the year to be as lucrative financially as the first half it just goes to show the sometimes other things come into play apart from your initial you main releases since. Yeah absolutely in a. That's one of the reasons when i made the switch with miracle girl because they shove so much further down on my production schedule. Because i needed to get to some nell. Lizzy is coming out. Sooner than i thought. I need to get a standalone or two. In between so yeah. It's one of those things were the thing needed. Have to take into account. When you're creating. I don't know if you create each year before the start station. Dumb it right out of production schedule of what books i want. Wanna write in the editing dates and stuff so when i make one minor tweak it affects all of the series it affects all the books on production schedule so i had to spend a day two to move stuff around the make sure eric could still do everything but yes so obviously the. Jj fans are going to be a bit myth with me because it's going to be a bit longer than it..
"and half years" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"It was just one thing that was kneeling may say had this before. Put a book on the back burner in. Like i think there was one book guy with that two three years later it worked out well so yeah sometimes you just need space need space. But any is so mike. What is the second quarter. So this is a year mark. Are we half year or half year. This is the hof year check-in may first quarter is quite good. I published three books. It was kind of like boom. Boom boom The second quarter was a bit quieter on the publication front. I released the third box set of lizzie in book in paperback so that was kind of a slow quarter on the publication front compared to the first quarter but again we're going back to the whole bucket philosophy so i got out so fuck it l. I smashed it on the writing. Front i did have that little of blitz with the miracles book So that slowly down a bit. But i still got jail. Age off to the editor sets in the process of being editing on halfway through the coal right was miranda mcleod. And i'm halfway through lizzy book. So i think considering. I had about four or five weeks of severe writing resistance. I still think many good situation with that. I have one project with editor into more to the halfway point. So i'm gonna county this away. It's on audio front. I thought it was going to have a quiet audio year. Actually last year was quite heavy with audio. But this year turning out to be Quite heavy with audio as well or release the the love project audio a woman trout and the date is a currently well waiting for the gods to hit the publish button so three books in the second quarter. Not that pretty good pretty good or do you wanna do your righty stuff. Before i get to the business side of the writing life. Okay i have in a. I was just looking at what i said. There was going to to why she did say. I said i plan to write and publish three books. this year. Hotlanta knights came out in. I'm january synapse done and a big london. Dreams is coming out in july. Say two. I've done two and i'm still planning on releasing one more so i'm on course with that. I had planned to get glenda dreams at little bit earlier. But it's it's slipped by the months due to issue so you know but i have got it done and actually with you know so. It was family drama running in the background. That's pretty good books. I plan to publish four this year. Hartland nights and long weekend are out so done to toussaint for big london. Rooms will be being published. Definitely i also said. I was going to do christmas mistletoe. I'm still coming in oregon about going to be honest about. I will have a think about it. I've done one butler's unit in the weekend and i. She did pretty well. So i'm just being ari about doing christmas book because they've united very seasonal Of new christmas but didn't say but yeah I'm to keep thinking about it and as for translations a taste of lonzo such as is out in german before he said he was meant to be out in portuguese in jane. But it's been pushed july. Say yes i haven't the bad about. I did say that. I would write stories. I've just given up when she was always dateline them. I'm going to put my schedule anymore. You i think it makes a few weeks ago where you just decided not to do it when you said you were going to write a short story. I was like but we had this whole conversation on the podcast for you hate writing. Why does she eat yourself this year. You super tv plug declare. Sit down your shorts. Harry's i didn't think of this little mental blank. The spacey my brain it comes was his unlike yes. I'm going to do some short stories. And then every time i just forget i i write them. I'm not very good at writing. She'll say yes. That was my game at the january. Bucknell was the mistletoe title again on starting christmas and missile day persistent mistletoe and audio. Are you gonna slate another book into the audio or are you just going to only do three audio sit here. I will do one say Big london dreams will get an audio and the book. I'm going to publish later in the year. We'll get there as well so yeah there will be four still coming ou- yes i am. I'm fulling my pledge britain. Yeah with audio for christmas. It's of hit or miss. It depends i mean. That's just a story with christmas books in general but there's such short window in like i've found it's easier is i don't know sometimes it's kinda like you want to release your holiday book. Almost early november ish before everyone gets burned out on holidays. Yeah definitely. I released mine last year too late. I did it because always a bit like getting done. But who say i think the last time i did it was five years before that and I released it at the end of october. And i thought that was too early. Actually thinking back on. I think it was too early. I think actually releasing it. The last week of october is the best thing today. And then you go to full months at silence on it. I released in the las beginning november. And that was t- night. Yeah because like that feeling like the seasons are changing like they start getting cooler and like you start enjoying mold. Winds and hot chocolate and evening is very christmassy. But by the time you get to the end of november you're like oh my god. Christmas is almost here at the house. Cleaner gotta get all the gifts. Ravin this it's like a mad dash of endurance is like the iron man challenge so they see still learning still living and learning. of course. that'll be said. This is probably going to change the best or release. A christmas book is on december. Twenty four th cages anyway. What's you'll business goals. Three other categories. I have bloody newsletter in networking and so on the blogging front. I have to be honest. it's been rather hit or miss in one of the reasons is for in this on the blog imprint on my author website. Is i just keep forgetting least. Your wellness are just keep plugging for supposed to blog on my author roadside. Like i'll be like. Oh i haven't posted. A blog is probably been like a week or two check in like six weeks six weeks. Go by so Just keep creating some trying to get better is one of the things is always kind of on the back burner no matter what because It does drive. A lot of sales is mostly for like year. You're super fancy lake to know about your life and everything but yeah i just of getting old. I'm almost fifty getting old. So so that logging. Hit or miss. But i have logged so we're going to count it as a major win because this is the year of fucking all the newsletter front. I've been consistent on this front with my other newsletter. That's been fairly consistent and i made a slight tweak too i heart listrik newsletter which is a..
"and half years" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Even a half that and they've they. They were having six desks per bird. Six chairs repair desk down at moment of go three. So they're double spacing the moment Because i was talking to her about that. Because i wouldn't wanna get. I'm not sure i'd be happy about doing a six down one side of desk not because of kobe just because it would be a bit tight. I think if. I'm doing it for a couple months then. Hopefully the membership is is a fairly new space. The membership is not up yet maybe a year movie but at the moment i think people are just feeling their way back in. We'll see how the goes is. It is not we worker you doing are you. But it isn't a hotels. Look at big hotel brand. And they've just got three floors of their he tells. Pacifica work But there is another option. But i'm not sure that's going to be happening time. That's a cheaper option and nearer to me so it will be better. But i'm going to go and try out next. We can and see. I think so that we gave us was being with me. Say comments coming onto what you got a couple of emails i. Joe havens fell. less author. joel has been enjoying the lesbians who write a episodes angelique. A joe feels my pain about not being able being able to right right now because not in the writing zone. Joe uses a trick to fool herself into a trainer right in different places every day like going to the backyard or in a hammock or throwing a beanbag on the roof of a shed. Stuff like that. So it's kinda like what you're gonna try. I mean i know you're not putting a beanbag on your roof ushered that would really doled annoy your heart but you know in the co working space so maybe that will help that. You ditch that one project though. He don't need really spur yourself a day on. I could just go to the library. That's what i've been in this week Just to just to change at my situations again to the library gained cafes this week so getting back into the old routine And i could just do that. But i didn't i. I think there's part of me that just wants to change up for a couple of months and just see how this is because it might be something if each of the. I do more because i could see that i can see that being. Yeah before cova. Half and i was considering Trying different cafes and everything around me to right now even bought it. But i bought like a traveller which is a little light week computer but it doesn't it doesn't have internet or anything so the goal was in it has like a screen. It sit outside and everything but the goal was to go to different places every day. Almost in you know broaden my horizons and covert happened in his travelers. Been sitting here. Like i haven't opened it yet because there's no point hasn't been traveling as the trump. No i think. I think joe's has a good point like even though i didn't change my work environment. I changed my work project. I switched things up that way. So you do have to play these little games with your head. If there's some type of resistance going to make it not want to dis- slam the door. Every time he tried to write a word so joe for coming in also we have come from a morita. Greatest says thanks for everything that we do for let's begin Lesbian authors enlisted leaders of rita finds a lot of inspiration encouragement from our weekly podcast. And a rea- says we set a beautiful example of persevering in pivoting and thinks so. Thank you very much for the lovely comet. Yes thank you very much. I love that persevering and pivoting. Yeah it and i had not just someone reached out to me on twitter because with our service we use so when the podcast goes out to the different platforms. It's cut off it hundred so that people who want to go past 'cause i think right now we're at this episode one eighteen so the nineteen episodes aren't gonna be on that platform because of space and everything but all of the episodes are still on our website So if he go to the homepage it has episode one so But if you go to the tab were says L w w episodes all episodes are there so each could still listen to episodes But unfortunately with all the storage and everything. We can't have every single episode on apple or what are the Piping and stuff like that so but they are all on the website. So you won't miss out you just have to do a little slugging to find apsos because you or go back really a lot of pages so i would just type in all that. Those are numbered. So if it decide. L w w one l w w to say if you're apple he can't get on new upsets no you. He gets a new episodes. But if you want to episode one you have to go to the website. Because i only saw one hundred of them. I think he can get the newest ones right. Get the newest ones right. But but getting oldest ones you have to go to the website right gotcha. And they once they gold absolutely gold. Every every is go. So let's get on to the topic of today. Which is you check in. have we done. Now tb. I know the i seem to cool. The you had a very vague goals at the start of the year. Say you'll have checking is gonna be fake. It's gonna be big. I had more solid solid criteria. But i've still been vague with my goals because last year. I pushed myself quite a bit and i was also ill but i was pushing myself quite a bit to get all my goals then because they had set very rigid goals on a decided this year book yes i ceiling splitting bucket annoyed town goals so a very fake goals like whatever accomplish was going to be a success in if i didn't accomplish anything it was not a failure was still a successful. This is really kind to myself. This year with goals i think he had itchy kualakai. She says is probably something in that right. Yeah if you take the pressure off yourself you kind of lock. Your brain event like stress does something to you. Psychologically and physically like stress can make you. Ill it can make you sad it. Can it gets it gets shut down your brain but when you kinda say all right we're just gonna do the best we can and whatever you do. You're you're still a fabulous person you do. become less. Stressed in things are easier. I knowing that issues with the miracle. But since i've put it way on the back burner like i've figured out some of the things that were actually wrong with it and i know how i want to address it now. I just need to figure out the certain steps to address that storyline so it does help a lot not be so rigid with your expectations of yourself. Yeah very true. And as i was just saying in the interest well With with this book. I've just put on the back burner for now because the something. There's something just not quite right with the plot. The of i just need need a little bit more time to figure out. Say i will get back to it because i really not the story and really the characters and a light where it was going but.
"and half years" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Experienced writer. She does the same things we do. So i think we all look for backstories under characters. Because it's still hard to keep track of everything it is it is character bibles but how detailed can they be. Ano- say you have to to look them and men because one thing. I did him and my london series. You know. i've been london. Dreams is heading for the Heading for the launch line but my editor he was. I did the last one holland nights. The two lead characters in begun dreams were introduced in hotlanta. Tonight's and one of them had green is in hotlanta nights and the when she looks into her eyes in dreams. That blue is six years later. But she's like anything i call. The changes may be had canada's by color. Doesn't that now. You could pick up here. Another definitely changes because mine is more gray these days. I've decided just let it go gray On the audiobook front by just click approve on the date so that's in the final step before publication in ella lynch who narrated the set of did a fantastic job. Maybe by the time this episode goes out. The date will be life. Who knows time the mysteries of time travel. We don't know what's going to happen. We think science isn't it. Gosh i never know what's going to help it funders. I recently After i think i shared a last week about My is my kitchen ceiling disaster. Which was kind of stressful in annoying and lost power. And everything but can't really do much because it'll have internet or anything. So i would wait for a few days. I just picked up and left. I went through like a central mass area. And there's pacific name for this. But i can't remember a really bad about coming or going. I never know what stadium standing in. Never know anything. Also like in this part of massachusetts. Everything's like feel like greenfield deerfield. Hatfield like is an and they'll be like a random one was like florence so michael. That's not a field changed it as a field of hats apparently long. Yeah a field of dear you. It apparently green fields were very clever here with her. Name's traveling around in everything in It was really nice to get out and about especially after a stressful few days and is to let maintenance take whatever they needed to take care of the redo all the ceiling and everything and since you know are covert numbers are pretty low it massachusetts. You won't believe this. But i eight incite restaurants. All i'm proud of you. I was able to easiest draw on conversation. So i might have gotten idea to for books. I mean obviously eavesdropping on conversations is kind of idle authors. Toolkit as long as you don't get caught and hit yes that might be offered. You're like go up to someone like so. How did you i certainly sleep with. You're not sure next already bore anymore. So it was of the moment. Say what did you have you. I may love a restaurant again. I'm curious of in massachusetts. So there's a lot of like seafood seafood fan so I went to a seafood place with a friend. And i had a sandwich. What was what was in the sandwich. Turkey makoto some kind of sauce. It was actually was a fancy semblance. I also went to a very nice italian restaurant of into a couple. Breweries stuff like that. Fully gone back into going to restaurants. Get like i broke the seal analysis of flood. Yeah is is when we did. When we came at restaurants raping we will let the first week. And then we. Let's go to restaurants honestly. I'm been restaurant going to restaurants. Is something the my wife. And i love doing. Say it was a huge miss in. Hold on yeah see. My i love free. I've been able to catch up with france like in person. Yup have meals share burgers shared laughs. It's been nice as how things are here. Just coasting through our things over. There said things i've known ally last week. My wife and i had a couple of days where we would just a bit sad because we have gained back from holiday. We just we had the holiday plays but this week we've gone over and he has made difference to my momentum as base yet with the writing. Now i think that you say big. Linda dreams is out with the team. Said that is just going through. The process is out on july. The twenty eighth so as a hard deadline. Because i had preorder before. I went away. I think you remember. I was writing a book. I plotted fully. But there was just something about it. I couldn't quite reconcile and there was a it was an issue with the first twenty five percent of it but i knew needed to be changed and so i just left it. I think about fifteen twenty thousand dollars of it and i just left. It went on holiday. Had two ideas for new books on holiday. Came back into starting another one. So i've ditched that one for now. I'm not necessarily saying it's ditch forever. I just can't work out. The issue can gal and it was just a new england so i had this other idea and blow away. It was actually eternal idea that i had prior to going away just before so decided to set in scotland as the best book in the scottish highlands a title so nine i will cover gonna get my july cup designed remember. I was panicking about that. So go for this one. I've i i spent a day in the library. Closing it like a busted. So i wasn't allowing myself to leave until i've done it so that's really good and i'm going through right writing three thousand one day and i am maturing long say. That's that's good because i've gone editing deadline at the end of august. Say i've got that in mind by maiming. Helping to get the first draft and knocked out in the next few weeks so say. I'm quite pleased with how that's going. The other thing that i've been doing this week as well is having a look around for possible co workspace. The i may need because our neighbors are going to have a big extension on the their house. And so there's going to be a little of bringing crashing and drilling in thing so i know that i need to on working so i want to have the least interrupted possible. So i've been. I've been having look at different workspaces not. I'm trying to work out at the moment whether to just get fancy. There's a really nice. When they can get in suffolk which is like a hotel. And it's not too expensive. I mean you know some people like is pricey but it's not stop crazy pricey and you can just hire by the day. Oh by the month. So i'm concil considering that there's a couple of other options Have just been getting out about this week and looking at different web spaces i think as well maybe it might be quite nice to just change up for months anyway but then again this is just. I'm not against our neighbors having an extension that they can do that. If i'm just against noise what can i do. I'm trying to get ahead of the game and trying to have. It had the least interested in my life. Because you know this new books going well so it. Wasn't it less fall where we had to change her recording schedule. Because i had a construction project going on behind me and road construction in the front and so we we had to record it the noon hour for a while because i knew all workers were taking that our off with a like cram in episodes during that time now. So it's the thing you do have to take into account so when you say shared workspace like to get a a space all yourself for you sitting at a desk with somebody. How co- how closer these shared workspaces will this. One i was looking at was very is quite she she you know they have a yoga studio that got very nice kitchens and include the pricing lead snacks and tea and coffee and and It's a very nice cafe just for members of the co working space on the top floor a balcony overlooking the thames in london then maximum so hot desk membership. Then i'll.
"and half years" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Treadle say loosening the coast here so much easier now so yeah. Things here are pretty good. I'm still chugging. Along with a random macleod are all right. it's been a fun collaboration. And lots of giggles cheese able to talk me off. The ledge pretty easily with a nicely placed jokes. That's always good. I've been working on the next lizzy book. I had to put the. Jj book way back on the back burner I think that was what one of the reasons house re experiencing so much resistance. Because i was not in.
"and half years" Discussed on WTOP
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"and half years" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Going. Good how are you. What's her name. Name is amy. And i am thirty three years old. How can i help him. So in watching all your podcasts. I have learned a lot of relationship I had no idea this was happening but You me to the topic of gas lighting and Unfortunately pretty sure that's probably what my husband does soon everytime we have an argument He constantly telling me how. I am too sensitive how i'm supposed to be feeling He is always telling me that. I need to feel a certain way. And i assured not feel the way i do. Unfortunately we had mark my son. Two and half years ago i suffered from postpartum as eighty So i changed as a person and he struggles to understand that I was a pretty carefree person before i had him. But having kids who stressed out and So he is just. All arguments dow lied to him. Telling me exactly how i should be feeling how acting crazy so i am trying to figure out how to talk to him about it and without making him or without having it happen all over again. We're in the conversation. A struggle have you guys. Have you've thought about couples therapy. So i brought that up to him about a year ago and he said we don't need that we should be able to figure it out on her own fair enough but it's been a year. Sounds like it's still a problem. Have you since been boom like all right. Remember that time said couples therapy. And you say we can do in our own. Well we haven't so how about we go to couples therapy. I mean you're being obviously But but yeah the point stands Yeah it's hard for me to like you know. Tell you this because you my vice really would be for him in the sense that like you know what i would tell him if he were here is that you gotta stop telling your wife how she should feel because one can tell you how people can feel whatever they want you know. We live in a obviously this on the time where people have all these feelings and and you know we want to be respected for our feelings and we want to view validated for feelings. And you might your feelings. You know right for example. He can't tell you how to feel but he can feel a certain way about how. How you handle your feelings right and as a married couple you guys have to figure out how chew respectfully allow your partner to feel and then worked through those feelings together so you can both get to a place where you feel positive things you know like a really great example is like last night actually. He wants to have another kid. I don't So it's a constant traffic of conversation and he's trying to tell me that i'll feel regret and i'll feel upset that i don't have another kid when i'm old and i don't think that i would feel that way really mad. I mean also like he's he can't predict the future and he's projecting what he wants and then telling you feel. yeah. I mean I think you need to do like my advice to you. More than anything is you. Stand your ground on the things that how you feel right. If you feel that you guys really need couple therapy and you're not a therapist and and you know what he's saying is wrong and you know what he's saying is hurting your feelings and it's upsetting you but you don't necessarily know hot. Speak to him away where he understands her listens to you. Then the all you can do is insist that you guys get help. Because you haven't been able to do it on your own. And the fact that he wants a kid. I guess you could use to your advantage in the sense that he wants something from you. So you you you know. I wouldn't lie or anything like right now. I i have a lotteries. Why i don't feel how you feel and midas you wanna kidding me not being ready. I just right now. This is how i feel around you and you might think i'm crazy a you might call me names but i can't help how i feel anymore than you can help how you feel about me. So we need to get to a better place never respecting each other's feelings and then communicating in a way. Because i struggled a lot having our first child. And you're asking a lot of me to have the second and i can't even fathom or comprehend forgetting about what you think i'm going to regret are not regret like i can't have pregnancy raising a child with the relationship. I have with you if it's all my fault as you suggest that might be. Then i'm still going to need us to go to therapy so we can learn that together. Not me therapy on my own too. So a pair of therapists can tell you. You're right and i'm wrong but like you know he's asking something for you so you have the right to ask something from him and that is getting third party. Help getting a therapist. A couples counselor. Someone who has who worked with couples in these types of problems And i mean honestly that's really my the only vice i have for us to really just insist and the and the and if he keeps saying now well then then you have to start considering you you know because you according to you right and i'm i can't talk to him. You're wanting to get help for the both you. You seem to be the only one interested in the relationship getting better. And he seems to be interested and getting what he wants both as a second child and having his wife act a certain way and not responding a certain way or not getting mad about things. He doesn't think you should be mad about. He doesn't like he doesn't have to. Necessarily i mean he should try to understand but he doesn't have to understand for you to be justified to feel a certain way and you can count on call in i could i. I'll tell them miss. I don't know if he'll listen. But yeah i i think you just have a great that you suggested a year ago but you gave up on it and that's what you should not do. You should re revisit that conversation the fact that you have a few things going for you and the year that he said you could do it on. Your own has it. And what exactly as he'd done to suggest nothing. It's like you haven't done it. We're clearly and decide like we're just too stubborn to do it on our own. You know a lot of people get couples therapy. But i'm not having another kid with you regard. Even if i wanted a kid i don't want it with. I mean maybe trying to say. And i don't think we should have another kid until we figure out. I'm not flat out told him. Unlike our relationship can't handle another child lake. And i would like i would love our relationship to be able to handle their child but i need you to compromise a little bit like the fact that you are unwilling to even consider therapy with me suggests that is a clear evidence that you are unwilling to compromise and every relationship requires compromise. I'm not just a vessel for you to like impregnate so that you can have more children like i need a relationship. I want some to communicate who i can like. Share my feelings to you. Have to make couples therapy priority number and don't really engage any other arguments and discussions with him other than that and everything he wants to argue about you revert back to. I would really love to work through this with you in couples therapy because i am exhausted of trying to do this on our own and quite frankly. I don't think we're really trying. I think we're both trying to be right and get what we want. So the more the more you can make it about you guys without you know whether you feel like it's all his fault or not but like make it about the relationship so that he doesn't feel defensive but either way you just have to really stand your ground when it comes to therapy. That's all you can really really do or or leave him. I feel like that's the like the last straw. If if he won't commit to that. I'm not gonna continue being treated this i and i'm not just saying this. I'm truly believe it. That i felt like awful about our relationship and i wasn't really sure. Why did i get married to be treated this way. i've never been married before the only time i've been married and in listening to your your podcast in your information. It made me realize that. I'm not the only person out there feeling like this. And that unfortunately other women get treated the same way so unfortunate and men can be treated this way to you know like we have a lot of hopes and dreams when it comes to marriage and we have a lot of great knowing gets married with the expectation amid that people know marriage is hard and then but you still get married with the idea that this person is going to be patient and kind and you know you probably even at your wedding you know. Read that passionate. Love is patient. Love is kind. Love is. This is just like well. What the fuck is this bullshit. You know but yeah once you've acknowledged that you know and that's the thing it's really a lot of people and i'm glad you say that because a lot of people in your position i never thought this would happen to me. I never thought i would be in this position. So get over that and is except that.
"and half years" Discussed on Life in the Son
"I don't even know how many people actually know about all the other rides going on in the midwest before the White House that and it never got publicized but we're going to talk a lot about that kind of stuff. But all of these things that have happened it happened to everybody not just, you know, Joe civilian. Everybody's going through it meaning, Christians are going through it too. And I know a lot of people I've heard more than ever Christians are hypocrites or Christians often aren't doing what they're supposed to be doing it. They don't act the way they're supposed to act and you know, let's be fair. Okay Christians aren't here just to put up a front bumper anybody. I mean we are still human beings and that's one Life In The Son also was started because we do deal with real life issues. And you know, sometimes they don't handle things away. we should that's true but nobody does not making excuses. I'm just saying we still have the human side of this to battle with and that's why life in the sun this podcast started so we could talk about how Christians deal with the day-to-day rigors of normal life. Our life doesn't change to something much more pleasant and much he's dead. Here because we became Christians. It's typically harder. I tell you what before we get started in the main part of the show. I wanted to tell you what I thought when I first got saved and started reading the Bible for myself. I was twenty nine years old and you know, I knew some things about God mainly cuz I grew up in the Catholic church, but all I heard was God's love and God's grace and mercy, he knows everything. He's everywhere, you know that sort of stuff. But as far as reading the Bible I was doing this for the first time and I started out I was going to read all the way through from Genesis to Revelations and I started finding things that were humorous to me in the Bible and one of those things was Adam and Eve's fall in the garden that go and hide themselves like because I hear God coming and garden. And it really tickled me to no end when God comes to the garden and he says Adam, where are you? Does anybody else find that funny wage wage? All right. I hope you found a little bit of the humor in that like I did anyway, but then again, you know, I was a newborn Christian when I first read it, so it was funny to me back then and I do realize that there was a reason for God just asking a time where it was. So I hope you found the humor in it off because I didn't but anyway what I want to talk about today is what a lot of people for some reason, you know, you hear this all the time. We don't mix religion with politics here. Well good. I'm glad because I don't like either one. And I'm going to take the same position as John Wayne here. Okay, politicians and diapers have a lot in common. They're both full of it and they both need to be changed often for the same reason, but let's let's be sincere about something. Okay. A lot of people in this country have no idea really what politics is all about. A lot of people have no idea what the difference between Christianity and religion is And a lot of people my age couldn't even recite the Preamble of the Constitution to you much less tell you what it means. And therefore they do what the Constitution means they don't know what it says. They listen to what people tell them and you know, I'm just going to be blunt here. Okay. America we need to get our heads out of the sand. Okay. It's the politicians that we vote for our supposed to be representing the constituents. And when we elect somebody we're supposed to be electing people that we trust that will represent our best interests. And I mean that's just the basics of it really and and don't think that it only took fifty six men about two hours to write all this stuff. It took a long time. It took a lot of studying it took going through the things that they went through all the way up to the tyranny of England. And you know, I've heard it said so many times recently. It drives me insane that the constitution was not written. Was it not based on the Bible? Okay. Well, I think I could probably agree that they didn't sit there with the Bible and just go through the book of numbers and Deuteronomy and Leviticus and Kolb the laws out of the Old Testament. I don't think they did that. But if you look at the people who
"and half years" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"They're hoping that you know, the new cycle will move on and people will forget God But I hope people don't forget. I hope they vote these people out. Yes. Now you had your Atlantic article article about Putin and Trump and you saying that it wasn't wrong about the election how deep does this go with the trump-putin connection? Yeah, that's really a hard one. And I've done it. I've written a number of things on this. I mean clearly wage. I think the people who talk about Trump being a an agent of the Russian intelligence services or or behold into Putin and others and I think there's there's there's something to do that but it's not a cut-and-dried kind of thing. I think what we see is more akin to You know criminal networks are Mafia networks. If you will, I think Putin excuse me, I think Trump has been involved in dealing with Russian dirty money and traveling to Russia and dealing with Alex and Russian criminals and things for so many years that he sort of caught up in this this sort of world of criminality where everybody has Goods on everybody else and you don't know, you know what when people can turn on you and when they can give information about what you do and so to protect yourself you don't you don't talk about things you don't you don't ever turn on these people cuz you fear that they may have the goods on you to turn against you but it's very very clear. He spent four years in power and never never said one negative thing about the creme out to dinner about Russia despite the fact that the Russians were murdering people around the world. They were they were getting involved in our elections. They were they were putting bounties on the heads of our troops in Afghanistan. They were giving wage To the Taliban they were working against us in Syria and Libya, you know all sorts of things. They you know attack Crimea, they shut down planes over Crimea. I mean, it's it's crazy that that there is such a blind spot in Trump was just so behold to Putin that there's something there and it's essentially it's an American whether it's dead. He's criminally connected whether he's Espionage connected whether he just personally is connected. He was not looking out for the on the behalf of a nightstick only looking out on behalf of himself. Yeah, and isn't that why he pulled out of Syria? He pulled our troops out just to help Putin. I mean, it's it's as much evidence for that as anything else. Yeah, So as a CIA member like you said that you are an expert in these kind of foreign things. You know, what do you guys think? I mean, you know, what's your you know, If I you know, what's your end thought process on what's going on with Putin and Trump? Well, you know like the FBI and like the state department and saying all these different places were public servants and our job is to provide the president with the best information intelligence. So that policy can be made and so, you know, our system is set up. So the page has incredible amount of power and and the system is up to provide the president, you know the leeway to take policy the way he wants and so there's a lot of things that you know professionals working on these issues understand the complexities and and have relations with people in these countries and and you know, believe things find the president, you know, what against and did things that didn't seem to make sense to them. But you know as part of their job, you know, they their job is to provide support the United States of America the Constitution and and help the president as much as they can. So, you know, I think a lot of dead You know just try to shut up and do their job but you know over time it certainly became clear. There's a pattern of behavior that counterintelligence professionalism in the FBI looked into and that's why I protect them and while intelligence people and diplomats and others saw that's why he was impeached the first time over Ukraine, but it all relates back to Russia and it relates back to home and the problem is having been involved in running spies and running sources over the years, you know, most Americans by people who spy against the United States never never get caught, you know, they're run by a professional secret intelligence service say the Russians in this case whose job is to hide that relationship and never let it become public and so, you know, they're good at what they do, but occasionally we uncover things, but even sometimes we uncover them, but we can't get enough evidence to bring to trial even though we may know. You know very clearly of what's happening. So I hope someday we'll get some sources or something will happen and change in the Kremlin where we get some insight into exactly why did Trump behave the way he did but the but the but the pattern of behavior the things we've seen in fact the things we've seen about him over decades all suggest that I can't he's working against our better nature Benz our our policy and I've been to our interest now Secretary of State blinking has called for the release of birth family who got two and half years today you think yeah, do you think he'll ever get you know release I mean now will they ever overthrow Putin? I guess essentially because off because the whole cause of navalny is too and I'm probably mispronouncing his name. No. No, that's right. But the whole cause reason why he came back to Russia cuz he wants to overthrow Putin and because pollutants just bad news. So interesting so navalny is an interest. He's an opposition figure. He's very media-savvy very clever sarcastic funny. He does not videos that that display the corruption and the thievery of the Russian Elite of the Russian leadership. And so, you know, he's been a thorn in this Side of Putin for a while, but he wasn't, you know, frankly historians and political scientists and others that look at and follow Russia would say, you know, he's he's a thorn in the side of Putin but he's not a real political threat. He doesn't have a great, you know support he's opposition politician, but he keeps getting thrown in jail, but essentially Putin did sort of a massive cellphone. He created not created a problem for himself. He did what a career KGB officer would do he decided he was going to murder him. He's going to poison him and and we've seen over Putin's twenty years in power that he can essentially chose to murder people who were in opposition to him or a problem. However, when he tried to murder Divani with with a a nerve agent off of all the luckily he was on an airplane in the air plane landed he was able to get enough medical help so that he didn't die and then flew to Germany where they were to uncover that. This was a a rub. Military grade chemical agent called novichok. It was used on him to kill him and while he was out of the country and have only worked with a group called bellingcat which does a lot of Open Source research. So they look into like, you know, parking records and phone records and travel records and they were able to put together a very very clear background of the people who've been following the volunteers what exactly happened in this assassination attempt of him and then navalny was quite Brave decided to return to Russia and on his way there. He took out one of these tapes essentially laying out exactly what Putin and and Putin's intelligence service Security Services did to try to murder him and it's all there and in fact in one one of these videos he actually calls up one of the Assassins pretending to be his boss and talks him through in the guy admits about what they were trying to and how they tried to kill him and how they put poison in his underwear and a hotel and all home. I think embarrassing the Kremlin further. So navalny then flies back with his wife to Moscow Putin is now on it really bad situation. He tries to murder the guy the guy survives. The guy unconscious is what happens. He lands in Moscow and Putin throws him right in prison.
"and half years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Talk to our friend and certified financial planner Kelly brothers. Good morning, Kelly. Hey, Good morning to you, Mark. It is a lower today as kind of the buy on the rumor Sell on the news. I mean, the president elect offers up $1.9 trillion To be pumped into the economy and the market goes down. But that's the way sometimes it works because it's been pricing in a big stimulus package for a long time. Interesting numbers out of retail sales down holiday sales up Mainly because retail sales would include all holiday sales, but it would also include everything else that government kind of I'll put a governor on. Let's say in terms of December with economic shutdowns, whether you're talking about gasoline restaurants, any sort of travel hotels, that sort of thing, so that's how you end up with holiday sales up, but retail sales down Insta card trader Joe's Dollar General, just three of the companies who will now have announced they will pay their employees to get the vaccine. If our government decides that they should get the vaccine. Let's check the real time numbers this morning. As we are often trading and lower Dow down to 17 and 7 30,073, NASDAQ Down 88 points the S and P down about three quarters of 1%. Hold down. 18 oil off nearly 3% this morning, 10 Year Bond yield 1.1 out, Kelly. Thank you. Here's Kitty. Hey, Kristina And Sam will have more reaction to that massive $1.9 Trillion covert relief plan from present like Biden and it's Friday, So we'll have some fun too. But he starts it up at four o'clock. Okay. What? You're what happened. January 15th. What do you have for Salvatore? Now? Yes, the first time starting with this year 1929. And that's where Martin Luther King Jr was born. Okay? Yes. Do you know what Name he was born with. I would assume, not Marty. No. It was born Michael King Jr. But his father changed his own name and his son's name. Five years after I was born after going to Germany. And being inspired by Martin Luther, I. Okay, Good. Tip it. Thank you, sir. Next one halves here, 19 8, And that's when the first half American sorority was founded Ills out for Cap Alfa at Howard University. The next one halves year 2009. And that's when pilot Sully Sullenberger performed the miracle on the Hudson Know what he said to the passengers as they were about to land on the Hudson. This is gonna be a little bumpy. I'm not joking. I remember the air traffic controller. He'll say he said, We'll be in the Hudson. Yeah. Wow. Stoic? Yes, Stoick. I'm sorry. Say again, man, that is That was definitely a miracle on that one in the last one that I have is the year 2000. Was in 20. That.
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"Okay, Let's get some money and business news for that we turn to add Cory from the Bloomberg business Death. Good morning, ed with on your mind. Morning stock futures wobbling is investors await the outcome of a couple of electoral races in Georgia that will determine control of the Senate Down futures down 65 S and P futures down 12 points and the NASDAQ futures down about 56. Fiat Chrysler in France's PS expected finish their merger deal January 16th shareholders have given their overwhelming approval of the $52 billion transaction. London stocks They're flat. We were down just about a third of 1% in Japan today. Right now, the Dow futures have down 61 points. Made Cory with the Bloomberg Business Report on news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Ed. Thanks so much. Here's what Kitty O'Neil's working on for you for this Tuesday afternoon, Christina and Sam today's A runoff election in Georgia will decide the balance of power in the U. S Senate will be following the results this afternoon. Okay. Should be an exciting day is she gets it going at four o'clock? Okay to Tuesday, January 5th Time for what? Here? What happened? Albert Parnell. What do you have for this first edition? Yes, the first Here have year 18 89. And that's when the word hamburger first appeared in print in the wallawalla Union. A wallawalla Washington newspaper Walla Walla Union. What are they came up with hamburgers? No ham in it, But, yeah, I don't know how you get there. Maybe it started with him. Maybe it did. Maybe you're onto something, and they just changed it up to beef as are making me hungry. All right, what else you got the next year Halves year 1914. And that's when the Ford Motor Company announced an eight hour work day and that it will pay a living wage of at least $5 for a day's labor. So they're to blame for the eight hour work day. Or they could be the people to praises before it was more than eight hours. What 10 12 actually had no women they could technically working for as much as you want. That's a great point made. They're responsible for cutting it back. They are. They were the trendsetters of the eight hour work day because it was way longer than eight hours. Okay? Yeah. And then they take 2 to 5 days too. So forth was the trendsetters in our lunch. I don't know about the lunch, right? I don't think there was a union break in there. I found a doctor. No, no. Yeah, but more there was later. In the last one that I have is the year 1980 0. Yeah, that's KC and the Sunshine Band and their song. Please don't go number one of the Turks back in 1980. 1980 1980. It's kind of late for them, right big in the seventies, huh? Just it's right. It's right on the cusp. That's right. This is it is the beginning of the eighties. Yeah, it is January. For the souls Still kind. No, it's not. It's January. Phil. Oh, yes. Yes, it is. Sorry. My apologies, But it's the kind of do it fucking right. What day Whatever way put you in charge of what? You're what happened, And you don't know the day. Why make sure Look at the right day. Yeah, that's kind of helpful. This is Miss Tuesday's getting out of control already. Okay. Omri Aquinas coming up in the next half hour. We're gonna be talking next 15 minutes. Yeah, we're gonna be talking about the Legislature coming back to work. January 11th. And so she poses the question to someone. So do you think this soul recall the governor campaign is going to overshadow anything in the capital, right? Actually hear that answer. Okay, Let's see. We'll definitely They've got a lot to do. Oh, boy. Yep. And we got a lot to do. We're going to get it get it fired up here in about three minutes..