20 Burst results for "Anderson County"
"anderson county" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"It up. Yes, it works. That was a phenomenal clip. But even NPR is reporting, scientists warn CDC testing data could create misleading picture of pandemic. And that is, yes, I know that's kind of against everybody else saying, Oh, the numbers are the latest big This happened is his second round of this weather with a surge. There's not a surgeon deaths or surgeon cases. It's a surgeon in telling people that everything's under reported. Yes, it's exactly what it is now. This is a report from South Carolina. But it's this and and I have it because this reporter Was a very weird report. He's on the street. He's doing this report. He's kind of reading off the numbers. And and that's just kind of leaves you thinking like, Wow, that's high numbers. Whatever is very confusing, and then for some reason, the report continues and kind of unfolds with like a on the spot debunking, but I don't even know if he realizes it. So South Carolina, But it's the same happening here in Texas. We have now. The medical doctors CEOs of medical systems, saying that this is what's happening. But first listen to how is reported in what people in South Carolina saw on their local television news. These numbers may not mean are look like what they've seen that Baghdad or show if you know what I think this has already thrown me off by the way, who is that? As of today, 94.7% of hospital beds in Anderson County are currently in use. Anderson has followed by Lexington County in second place at 88.2% and some to county Heard at 87.6%. It is important note that according to animate hospital, these numbers are based on staff. Bed counts. Not total capacity inmate is currently on Lian Phase one of coded response, meaning that if and met needed to increase available beds and moved to face to that easily could So you know, unless you've been with your head inside this like I have been. You have no idea what he's saying. But I heard some high numbers now. The report continues with a quote from the guy the doctor from the hospital, but the hospital are the beds that possibly available for coming. Patience is not one that actually not accurate. What it means.
"anderson county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Twenty seven hundred ninety two sixty seven deaths those the figures out of South Carolina the additional deaths occurred in for elderly patients with underlying health conditions and they include residence in Anderson County one resident in Anderson County so that's the breakdown for South Carolina in terms of testing the public health laboratory for D. heck conducted nine thousand sixty five tests for covert nineteen of these thousand seventy one positives seventy nine ninety four negative twenty six thousand two hundred ninety six total tests by D. hex lab and private labs conducted throughout the state so they're doing a lot of work on this as of this morning there's a total of sixty two hundred fifteen hospital beds in the state fifty four hundred sixteen are in use this is characterized as a fifty three point four percent statewide hospital bed utilization rate I think that's all the information here other than their reminders the South Carolina health officials reminding everyone monitor for symptoms practice social distancing avoid touching frequently touched items and regularly wash your hands pretty standard stuff here and please please be safe out there coming up personal story and a new form of resistance underway this is still Vince Coakley radio program we have to fight an invisible enemy we got to keep working at it and that's what we're gonna do the ongoing developments with our concerns about the corona virus right this is the leadership right now for the president the governor five it's one of my wrist three sixty we get coverage of the nineteen crisis is work if your job is considered essential you can get groceries you can get taken this is prejudice and you give us any projects we are working with the hospitals right now on the Surgeon General joining me now on WBTV Carolina really for doing the right thing we will get through this is talking eleven ten ninety nine three WBT emergency situations station this is your personal information on your laptop in this is what happens when you connect to the coffee shop wifi.
"anderson county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is the six o'clock report hi Matt Rix breaking now but this will be our our third death here in Kentucky none of us I like the fact that the it's happened Kentucky governor ended this year with his daily update on the corona virus the person who died of a sixty seven year old man who lived in Anderson County but today we believe we have eighty seven confirmed cases of the coronavirus up sharply from yesterday's update from the governor of Kentucky moving to Ohio now two hundred and forty seven cases of corona virus in the state with three deaths now what we do now now today tomorrow will determine how many of us die it's as simple as that to an increase of eighty cases since yesterday governor to whine during this afternoon's daily corona virus update which you heard live here on news radio seven hundred WLW we must not do anything anything to help the enemy as we talked about several days ago this anime cannot advance this enemy cannot move forward without our help latest dances in Eureka county update from the city of Cincinnati the health department telling us this afternoon there is another confirmed case of covert nineteen in a Cincinnati resident that brings the total number of confirmed cases in Cincinnati in the city limits two four in Indiana forty seven new positive cases bringing the number to one hundred and twenty six the people who have been diagnosed in Indiana let's get a look at the roads now the latest traffic and weather together and as it stands we got an ad disabled vehicle to.
"anderson county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Community schools will not be closed for those two weeks you just all of the schools are closed for today now the school district is directing all questions that parents may have to the Anderson County health department they want the health department to answer all those questions and we're told that date that students and staff can return is April sixth this is obviously an ongoing situation near Avon we will keep you updated on air and online it was TV dot com back to you Katie thank you we're also hearing from I. P. S. this morning the district released a plan as the virus spreads news it's to me Johnson is live AT ITS headquarters with those details demi good morning there are no confirmed cases in any I. P. S. schools right now district leaders say they're doing everything in their power to keep it that way to help monitor the corona virus the district created a cross functional task force CTF for short I. P. S. sent a letter home to parents it says officials are deep cleaning classrooms and encouraging regular disinfecting school nurses are closely reviewing and updating their plans hi P. has also released a travel reporting form for anyone in a student's household who's traveled or is planning to travel to another country right now any school sponsored schedule events in close spaces or events with one thousand or more people will be reviewed by the CTS as for school attendance students must have a written note from their doctor to receive an excused absence at this point all normal school attendance policies remain in effect and classes will go on as scheduled district leaders say they are in close communication with the Marion County health department and other public health officials they've also created a cold did nineteen webpage where information is updated regularly they're asking you to check it often live outside I. S. P. I. P. S. headquarters this morning Danny Johnson which TV news eight okay Jimmy thank you.
"anderson county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Measure backing the second amendment Anderson County commissioners passed a second members sanctuary resolution of its own on Monday night he won't try it bracing for some potentially dangerous weather National Weather Service says a slow moving cold front will bring scattered showers today followed by severe weather tomorrow night forecasters say the storm could produce several inches of rain flash flooding dangerous winds and even isolated tornadoes for mornings listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily die each day in the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcast I'm Scott can look so my day Thunderbirds are forecast tomorrow's a squall line marches across the Carolinas with a pretty potent cold fried there are flood watches up to our west showers today sixty six what's right fifty nine I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel and one of six one F. M. talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one F. M. talk dot com to connect I'm our kind of his thing so is it communism burning Glenn Beck it's free market capitalism tomorrow at nine AM the death of communism on one oh six one F. M. talk days and acted in twenty nineteen insurance company revenue increased by six hundred and six point three billion dollars but all patients got in return was higher premiums fewer options are more surprise medical bills tell Congress it's time to rein in insurance companies greed and and surprise medical billing paid for by doctor patient unity.
Krista Madden, Henderson County And Stover Bank discussed on John Hancock
"Poll woman who claimed she she'd been kidnapped with her infant daughter yesterday has been charged with trying to kill the seven week old by throwing her into a fifty to seventy five foot. Deep ravine in rural Henderson county when you say the kidnapping store again raveled within hours and the missing baby was located thanks to a nine one one call according to Anderson county sheriff Griffin, and we'll one caller told us that they had found a baby that had been tall Stover Bank. So we responded arrived within. Minutes and located the maybe that was confirmed to be also the subject of the kidnap in the thirties. Say Krista Madden was located I and claim that she had escaped from the two kidnappers. But by the end of the day, the thirty five year old mother was locked up charged with tempted first
"anderson county" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Dog-walking and babysitting head grad sale things of that nature that this is Michigan and January. We just had a pretty big snow already reached out to creditors and everything but still they're not getting paid. And I'm not getting any money. So I can pay them out of the way. I'm lou. I say put the border wall table at for future discussion when you starting to do budget talks for later on this shutdown people not getting their paychecks with people not spending money, so many people are affected by this. And we just wanna make sure that food nutrition is available to everybody who needs it. And we know you guys have had some federal workers. Call to see what exactly they need to do. The partial government shutdown is becoming a matter of life and death for a family in Anderson county, my husband is a homeland security government employees the government shutdown. He is the sole income for this house, and he is not getting paid. I need his insulin. The union president says he's getting questions now from some so desperate. They passed if they could sleep overnight in the parking lot because they're worried they can't fill their gas tanks. Asked me if it legal to sleep in the car, and I said, well, what are you talking about? They're saying well, I can't afford to commute. I'm very mad. I'm a veteran I fought for this country. And for you to tell me as American citizen that you're not gonna pay me. I'm very upset. Now, all of that is creating increased political pressure on a Republican party that is desperate to end the shutdown. But also crucially to cowardly across the president on this signature idea that by the way, they all know is dumb. You know, that they think it's dumb because from the moment that Donald Trump road down the escalator and announce he would build a wall. This is what they said. The tragedy of this though is that there isn't going to be a wall built and Mexico's not gonna pay for a wall..
"anderson county" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Class foray Sullivan, south in Greenville Greenville wins forty nine to seven Elisabeth in Anderson county Anderson county wins big forty seven to twenty one. Elizabeth was one of the teams that gave Greenville kind of fight this year will just as much as anybody gave him a five. It'll be that'll be a good game. Anderson Kenny and Elizabeth and that say. Let me see if I can't call it that bracket to see where that game's going to be held. I think it's going to be held. I guess it's going to be held at Anderson county, and I don't know if you've seen it on Twitter they actually headed on actually had that game. Or that their pre-game come out on ESPN? It's pretty wild little intro where they've got smoke answers, fireworks and robots and zombies. And. B fifty two bombers and everything they got everything I think, it's just everything popcorn. Ready seats. It's just all in it, everything you can think of. Jackson southside in Springfield, Springfield wins. That when thirteen to six miles kidding. There's no B fifty twos in popcorn. There's popcorn Montgomery central northside. Checks. Northside squeaks went out twenty eight twenty six don't ever kid about popcorn. Like like, we said Dyersburg and Crockett candy. That was a good game for a while. And Dyersburg goes ahead and wins that one twenty eight to twelve to set up a game with Heywood who won forty nine to seven over Ripley tonight. Class three a gallon. Mark Pitman loses big to Austin, east fifty four to six in court. Court county and oak Alcoa, Alcoa has an easy night. Fifty six to nothing. Stratford in Pearl Cohn. Strafford wins twenty six to fourteen where that's a fourth quarter score should be over by now. East Nashville Fairview Fairview wins thirty three twenty two. Mcnary central and Covington covington's wins that one thirty five to thirty. That was a good ballgame, south Gibson. A Mylan Mylan goes ahead and pulls away late twenty nine two seven. To a Oneida and south green south green pulls out that one twenty three twenty one. Rockwood and makes county makes county wins twenty eight fourteen Trousdale county and Tyner Trousdale goes to her and beats them thirty five and nothing Westmoreland Watertown Watertown wins forty two six. Trinity Christian in Peabody Peabody pulls way, late forty one to seven union city and fairly union city wins that one thirty five twenty eight. I think it sets up another. I think need city in Peabody played last year. Yeah, they play every year. They're in the region together. Cain has score. They have now tied raven with thirty six thirty six that's in the fourth quarter. And late Stretford has scored they lead Pearl Cohn. Thirty two to fourteen Stretford entered the game with a record of three and a. They are leading Pearl Cohn who's nine and two. Thirty two to fourteen in the fourth quarter, playing good light crazy. Class one a coalfield cloud one final coalfield wins twenty nine to twenty four. Oliver springs and greenback. What group that score for greenback? Oliver springs at twelve. We'll have to go back and check that one. Broken link west Carroll and Lake County Lake County trances forty eight to nothing greenfield and freedom. Prep. Freedom prep wins that one thirty four to twenty five where where is freedom prep, two muffs Memphis office. All right going back to six egg some local scores thirty one to twelve greenback over all of this spring sorted twelve four we do that..
"anderson county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"This is use radio eight forty WHAT ask given moment all across America. There could be somebody that is just one. Straw. That broke the camel's back away from snapping and doing something horrible. We know that as well as anybody here in Kentucky with this guy that went into Kroger and shot to people after trying to break into a predominantly African American church, and then just days before that the state police. Thank God got a call from a lady in New Jersey. She was white her children were African American and somebody had been. Harassing her online with racial messages. And then she called the police something didn't seem quite right as they were arriving at his house. He had two hundred rounds of ammo a bulletproof vest and was heading toward possibly Anderson county high school to do a shooting. Then of course, we have the synagogue shooting the guy that was sending pipebombs to pretty much everybody. Not too long ago with Bernie, bro who shot up the Republican baseball practice. We had the nut job at the Charlottesville protests that mowed down a woman. We had the crazy. Neighbor attack of Senator rand Paul in cases, that weren't necessarily what you would consider traditional violence. We have people being run out of restaurants. It just feels like the, you know, if people are ready to snap. It's scary that there could be thousands of people out there who when they snap could do very terrible things. Don't even now on the line is Brad Garret former FBI investigator and now with ABC news crime and terrorism analyst, hey, Brad, how are you? All right. Leland, didn't you? So I guess the question is what makes somebody who? Otherwise has lived a fairly normal life. If definitely alone or whatever. But I mean, what makes the person finally snap and say, I'm gonna go. Do this crazy thing I'm gonna send a pipe bomb to people. I don't like or I'm going to go shoot people that are different than me or I'm gonna go shoot up a school because I'm mad at the world. What makes people snap? Well, typically illegal, and it is a progression that they tend to sort of have trouble in life in general with jobs with relationships in as they get a little older, they get more resentful. They get more isolated boats say Aachen in Bowers both were big time isolated and it allows them to sort of foment what they don't like. And they lock onto it like obviously Bowers locked onto the Jewish faith. You know, thought that whatever they were doing in reference to immigrants in particular was wrong. And so that then becomes their identity. And that's where the switch becomes you? Get you can go online and find a lot of hateful stuff. Whether you're a white supremacist or fill in the blank, and you can find like minded people, but they just day in day out. But these guys sort of lock on the that's really who they are. Now. They have nothing else in like going on. They don't work or they marginally work and that becomes their goal. And they realize at some point that they're totally powerless to do anything about whatever their goal is. Whether it's it's the Jewish faith, whatever. And so is illogical as the sounds. They then cook up a violent act to commit say. Obviously nailed all these bombs dowers took it AR fifteen and three handguns and went into a synagogue, and it started blasting people. So that's what you have. And of course, the huge, huge dilemma, and you you came up with some great examples this morning of law enforcement getting tips of information before somebody act, and they stopped them in. Both of these cases were they on anybody's radar screen. Probably not to any great extent. Because there are so many people like Bowers online Shaq was just you know, he had a criminal history. But who's gonna watch him and his? Crazy van driving. Right happy. Nobody right other than the people that were immediately around him. So if you're law enforcement, if you don't have any hooks hooks of this guy's going to commit an act. He may be a little off. We think he's unstable. But is he going to go hurt? Anybody is the bottom line. And unless they have that piece of information, or at least a tip to check it out. These people are going to be able to successfully launched these attacks. It's just that simple. I think that brings us to the next. How do you stop it? Because you know, we live in a free society. And people are allowed to express an and I think it's important that we are at rate that the first amendment protects even the most vile of speech, obviously, you can't you can't yell fire in a theater, and you can't threaten somebody. But in terms of thought processes, and what you believe even the most vile is protected, and there's a there's a very good reason for protecting even vile speech. So the intervening the intervention, you know, I mean when this guy took it to the level in Anderson county of of harassing woman. That's when police were able to be justified to move in. But I don't know that that that did did Bowers ever harass anybody other he spouted its views. But I'm saying you understand what I'm getting is like we had an actionable step that this guy took in the Anderson county situation. But that that was an actionable steps a lot of these guys. Don't take actionable steps before they actually do whatever it is were frayed they're going to do. And I think both of these cases in the last week fit that profile that there. There was nothing there. Now say had a history of threatening people. He threatened Florida gas and electric years ago, and and got convicted of that. But that was like back in the early two thousand. So was he on anybody's radar screen beyond that? No, I'm sure I'm sure I'm sure he wasn't. And you can't expect law enforcement to keep keep track of people who say vile things online. Because there's too many of them eating social media makes this worse. Of course, it does. I mean, the internet is such a wonderful wonderful thing. But it also allows people who wanted to say inappropriate things they can do it quite easily. And they don't really have to suffer the repercussions. It's one thing Leland, if I say awful things to you and your face, and you get mad at me and yell at me, or whatever we do. It's another for me to do it online. Because you don't even know where I am. Right. You know? And and so as a result, it sort of lets people who who do not have self control. Do this Vincent. Let's let me throw this out there. What you're describing to me sounds like. The difference between somebody let let me let me let me explain what I'm saying here. But the difference between advocacy and crusading and advocacy is like I have a position. And I stand for this. I advocate for the second amendment. I advocate for freedom and liberty. I advocate for food trucks in Louisville. I advocate. I'm an advocate for these things. This is I believe in these things. A crusader is like Don Quixote, your identity gets wrapped up in one specific thing. And it's so consumes your identity and your audience gets narrower when you do this, especially if you're doing this online and narrower a narrow and you become more and more isolated in. Isolated. And then you go crazy. I mean that that's what I'm hearing is is like you have people that you know, you start out in this general pool where there's a lot of people have common beliefs, and then maybe they become an advocate, and then things don't work out for them. So now, they're crusading because this is one thing that just really takes them off. And then it gets wrapped up in the identity of who they are as a person the hate gets internalized. And then they snap and take that one. Yeah, I agree with you. And I think social media amplifies that by the way that if applies that, but every one of these people say Bowers fish, this is that they're totally powerless to do anything about it in any sort of rational way in their minds, of course. And so how do you obtain power? Will you pick up a gun or pick up a bomb, and you go after what you don't like. And you are first you cover your stickers. Then then you do all that stuff. You do that. They're kind of you know, say sort of picked a crime that takes a lot more time to do right Bowers picks a crime that takes no time to do. You just have to know that there happens to be that the church is unlocked, and there's a service going. Yeah. Which is publicly, you know, online. Yeah. So and and then if you launch so yeah, it's a. But a whole it. I'm telling you every one of these shooters, you can go to school shooters. It's all about power, right? I've been wronged I'm gonna take I'm going to take you all on you. Because you you don't deserve to live because of the way you've treated me in their minds terrify stuff, and it's more terrifying. The fact that we don't have really really heavy solution for Abe rats good to talk to you. Bye. Thank you, man. Alright Leela Brad. Garret ABC news. Former FBI investigator I coming up. Mike Lyons joins us. We'll get the truth behind the troops headed to the border to stop the caravan NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, the all new two thousand nineteen ram truck. It is at every dealer in town. You gotta see this thing. It's beautiful been redesigned. And it is slick on a roadway. Look, I understand if you're a loyal fan of Ford or Chevy. I get that specially truck people we are a loyalties ingrained in us. But you owe it to yourself to see this thing up close drive a new ram. You will be blown away. It is so much quieter smoother and more solid. I'm not I'm not hyperbolic when I say this. I've driven all the different types of this is the smoothest quietest writing pickup truck I've ever driven. And by the way, if you get like the Laremy edition or the limited and you get the the letter package they have fifty seven percent more leather in their seats than the comparable Fords Chevy's. Now. What does that tell you? It tells you that they put a little more effort and equality accoutrements vehicle. I love the fact that you connect system you can touch screen and operate all the systems in the vehicle with your work.
"anderson county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Wait, forty W H A S. We're going to get rich in Berlin on the program tomorrow to talk about this school shooting that almost happened. It was Anderson county and the guy lived like the street. He lived right behind the school in Anderson county, I got family went to Anderson county high school. A lot of family from Anderson county and lawrenceburg great little town. It's a lot of great people over there. This guy. Twenty one year old another twenty one year old displaced male. There's been arrested fifty thousand dollar bond, and he had all the tools necessary to carry out the school shooting yet two hundred rounds the ammo he had one hundred round magazine with his firearm. He had a bulletproof vest, and he was getting ready to leave his house with all this. Just as federal agents and state police pulled up he apparently had been questioned by the FBI over threats that he made to another school in Tennessee back in may. And what apparently tipped this whole situation off was he was harassing some lady up in New Jersey. I don't know what he was saying to her. But apparently they were race. Associated messages that he was sending her. So she calls authorities sky harassing me. They put to a two together figure out. It's the same guy. They talked to in may. And get there just in time. And it could have been could have been bad. I think there were two schools that were involved in the threat. Shelby county was off on fall break. I don't know exactly. What was happening at Anderson county, but there were events that were cancelled in a threat canceled school. I think Anderson county, so I think they were not on fall break yet. But anyway, it it could have been bad. It could have been bad. He had apparently had a master plan with them. He was hit all planned it out. And his neighbors were like, yeah, we hardly ever saw him out of the house. One guy said I've probably seen him outside the house ten times in two years. Again, typical MO here family was friendly know anything he kept to himself. You look at the picture of them. And you're like, whoa. Here's another disaffected. Male closed off himself from society. I think his he had like a Twitter handle, it was like suicidal idol or something like that. And I just terrifying. And I will get a little more in depth into this tomorrow. 'cause I got some other stuff to cover for the end of the show today. But something's happening in America. And it's not guns. Not guns. There's something happening to our moral compass or something happening to the way, we're raising men speaking of which brings me to this next thing you see where this also will require more time tomorrow. But I just got to give you a heads up on it. Did you see where the New York Times has an article? The HHS health and human services is about to define males. And females. Oh, no. Is this transgender stuff is causing problems for title nine? What do you do when a male wants to take a shower with females? What do you do about that? Whose rights are violated and who should be protected? I mean, that's we've we've reached a place here where we've gone full tilt upside down crazy in America where. You can have somebody. That's a male the Justice. I mean, let let's put it this way. Right now, if you go to target or wherever big box store, and you have a twelve year old daughter. You probably feel perfectly comfortable letting go the bathroom by themselves. Right. If you knew. That a grown man who identified as a woman. Was going to be in there at the same time. Would you be as comfortable? And the left will say, well, he identifies as a woman. So he's not gonna do anything. We're taking his word for it. Because the biological fact says differently. The biological fact is he's got he's got a single dangle. Okay. That Sally Wacker. That's the biological fact. And we know what happens when you have biological males. Going into women's bathrooms. Okay. I again, he may very well as a female, but you are taking his word for it. Where are the feminists? When a a teenage boy says identify as a girl today, I want to shower with those fifty girls in gym class. So the parents and the daughters of all fifty girls their rights matter less. Yep. Then the one guy that claims to be a girl today we have to take him at his word. And that's the problem unless it's a supreme nominate some feminists are starting to wake up to this. Because did you see where the girl who came in second in the world cycling championships, she got slapped down for complaining? Yeah. But she did complain. She was like, hey, this is not fair. I lost to a man. But see there's a couple of admissions there. We can't have their first there's an admission that there's a biological difference by so anyway, the New York Times has done an article out about this. Here's what's funny about this. The health and human services agency is basically having to define male female for the sake of title nine because if we can have guys playing girls basketball now title nine goes out the window Steidl nine was put in place to protect girls. So that they have the same funding, same resources, etc. As man, but if guys start playing on the girls teams because they decide they're a girl one day and are physically superior. They start beating them out in competitions like in track and field that cetera, etc. We got a problem in title nine falls apart. So HHS is going to define it. Well, here's here's a I want to read a tweet from a left wing journalists were there tweeting the New York Times, the New York Times headline is transgender could be defined out of existence under Trump. Administration. That's that's the headline in the New York Times. But listen to this tweet read this to you because this is gold. Woah. A while story. The Trump adman has a new definition of sex that would render one point four million transgendered people legally non-existent colon. And now he has the definition sex is quote a person status as male or female based on immutable biological traits. Identifiable by before birth in quote. So get this the liberal journalists says while oh my God. They're going to define men and women based on ear refutable fax. My god. So wait a minute. On one hand this same. Journalists will say you have to accept indisputable facts, the planet is mounting. Okay. Also, men and women or men and women. Oh, no. That's right. I mean, I think this is exactly what's happening in America right now and of science when we want the fake stuff, but no science when the biologically irrefutable fact, if it has a penis, it's a man and of the one million transgenders how many are going to say, oh, my the definition says, I don't exist anymore. How many are going to worry about that? How about the three hundred million people that are men and women? This makes my brain hurt. I don't have anything against transgender people. And I think they ought to be allowed to live their lives as they see fit. I also think they need a therapist. I know that's controversial to say. But I think it's true. I think if you have a situation where you're not happy with who you are as a person, which essentially is what's happening when you're born biological, and you go I just think I'd rather be a girl then there's an issue there. And instead of telling someone will what you want to be is what you are. That's the wrong kind of therapy, by the way. We're actually permanently damaging children now because of liberal parents who think it's okay to start thyroid therapy on their children to make them. More of what they want to be as opposed to helping them stepped and understand what they are. I listened to a fascinating discussion of this on Joe Rogan's podcast with Dr Deborah. So she's. She's a for lack of a better term, a sex researcher, she researches biological sexual issues, and she's been. Persecuted as a scientist for telling the biological truth about human beings, and one of the things that she noted was she's she's like, she's a liberal progressive in my politics. But in science science is science, and she said nine times out of ten if you have a young man who is believing that he's a girl when he's twelve or thirteen or fourteen what he's actually on as a path towards becoming a homosexual. That's what she said. And she goes there's nothing wrong with that. That's what she was saying. She was like, I'm quoting her. She's like nothing wrong with that. But in some sectors of society, we we we have people who don't want to accept that. And it further compounds the complications that are going on in their minds as they as they sorta strive towards whatever their identity is. And then she talked about all this stuff. That was really fascinating like where if you have one girl who decides she's transgender. They almost always have eight or nine others around that do the same thing. There's like a peer pressure aspect to it. So there's something going on inside our heads with this that has nothing to do with biological facts. And there's this encouragement process of going. Yeah. Yeah. You don't know who you are. Let's define who you are you define who you all that kind of stuff. There's and we're losing all track of the fact that science says. If a biological males, a biological male and a bottle, and again, we're America you have the right to live your life as you see fit. If you wanna walk around in women's clothing and believe that you are a woman you are free to do. So that does not make you free though to violate the rights of parents and other people who have the right to privacy in certain public places where you expect that privacy like a bathroom like a locker room like a cetera like that. And that does not violate your right to live your life as you see fit. You just have to understand that some of the choices you make in your life are going to have consequences to them. Meaning you can't make everyone else acquiesced to your desire to be something different than what you biologically are. So this meltdown is going to be interesting to watch. It's going to be like we thought the North Carolina when they try to tell men that they shouldn't be allowed to pee in women's bathrooms. We thought that was like an Armageddon meltdown by the left. This is going to be even worse. Because the New York Times is like. The governor. It's gonna define women and men by facts, we cannot have this. But check out our climate page where we define climates. But you know, what I'm saying? All right. I'm bloviating too long NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Let me tell you about my friends at ram the two thousand nineteen ramtruck. It's beautiful. They got him at all the ram dealers in town. I was driving one weeks ago. And and it was beautiful. I I the thing I can tell you is that the design on this thing if somebody knew what they were doing when they designed the ramparts of all smooth this quietest running truck, I've I've ever driven standard on all new two thousand nineteen Rams is active..
"anderson county" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"The people of Anderson county were on the side of the miners. The average pay of a paid minor was two dollars per day. Jesus, and those wages obviously help all the farmers and merchants and towns when they brought him convict labour. There is no money for local businesses. The convicts were fed by shooed food shifted on train. So it was just everybody. Got fucked. The next morning, the train arrived, a large crowd watched the convicts were marched to the stockade no trouble. Everything's fine. The governor arrived on another train. He said, law and order must not be overthrown. And then he was sad that this had happened. Sure. Yeah. Well, and he's obviously clearly ground flooring. This problem by getting on a different train. Speaks to how much he cares about that. Everything's fine. I'll take this big one. Actually, they'll do. There's quote it is not the way to correct an evil to try to overthrow the law. Well. Actually, here's some holes poke what if the laws not go. You just got to live under. Okay. Just then that's the only time. No ban before me. No man before me would have any respect for me if he did not see the laws executed, I don't make the laws they have been made by the man whom you send to the legislature every two years. So you went on for a long time talking about law, blah, blah, no one gave a shit or it was quiet and stared at him. And they were bored, and then their leader, Eugene Merrill stood up the miners spokesman, hey, gave a speech that was just constantly interrupted by cheers and applause. The governor has said the laws against us. Why is the law? So rigidly enforced when towards the operators, it is not in the first place. Script is paid to local cold diggers for us at the company stores at a discount of twenty percent. Again, cars loaded.
Monsanto, Dwayne Johnson and Steve Futterman discussed on Total Information AM Saturday
"X in other health news the San Francisco jury has ordered agrochemical giant Monsanto to pay a California man nearly two hundred ninety million dollars after it found that the company's weed killer roundup. Caused his terminal cancer Dwayne Johnson was the first of several hundred patients, to take Monsanto court over its products jurors found Monsanto active With malice, and that the professional grade roundup pro that Johnson used as the school. Grounds keeper contributed to his non-hodgkin's lymphoma correspondent Steve Futterman has more the jury rule that Monsanto knew the dangers of the controversial weed killer roundup but did not tell consumers Monsanto says it will appeal. Attorney mica Dortch represents other clients suing Monsanto they can say they're gonna appeal it all day long. But I think I've seen estimates afford a five thousand of these, cases exists with more to come so this is going to, be a huge shift the plaintiff in this first case of former school groundskeeper blames round up for his terminal
Will Idris Elba be the next James Bond? Speculation reignites
"Talk started again about Idris Elba becoming the next JAMES BOND if that happens Elba will be the first black actor to play seven varieties chief film critic Owen Gleiberman tells. KNX Elba would be a great big got that Just data absolute drop dead charisma. But he's also fascinating he has this mind you just key into I think, he absolutely have all the bomb quality a British tabloid, reported the director Antoine Fuqua talked with JAMES BOND producer about Elba playing the legendary spiral, of a Fuqua spokesperson told the Hollywood reporter that conversation never happened in two thousand fourteen in Email leaked from Sony Pictures executive about her hope that Elba would. Be the next JAMES
"anderson county" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And that will absolutely get you in charlie's on to anderson yes a year ago and it was townsville which is twenty miles from anderson fourteen year old mixed up depressed young boy went in with an ar fifteen and started shooting killed one little boy and wounded several others he found out that the that they were armed security officers at the high school made the middle school and so he went to the elementary school no as a result of this shooting the anderson county sheriff's department and there she ate it a training program per churches and for others and part of it was security teams richer churches and the other part was how to confront it active shooter even the demonstrations went outside and shot blanks too so people could tell where the shooting was coming from and demonstrated with two men one man tackle the shooter and the other one disarmed him even had a seventy five year old lady weighing seventy five pounds take an hour fifteen away from him let me ask you here here's the question i wanna ask you though did they teach you how to shoot intruder no no this was just this was not shooting this was confronting confronting the shooter part of it was when the shooter came in there were tennis balls that we threw it the shooter strands shooter yes.
"anderson county" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Brunswick stew yeah totally yeah the origin of the name is contested it may either route from bulgar wheat or from the french ragu which is another type of stu classic recipes call for whatever wild game you've got on hand from venison to duct squirrel and whatever vegetable you happen to be growing common these days though is a combination of beef pork and chicken generally chunks rather than ground and vegetables like onions carrots celery and sweet peppers potatoes hominy or fresh corn tomatoes cabbage and beans or peas worcestershire sauce steak sauce and hot sauce are common seasonings involved in there to give you kind of a sense of the flavor profile there are a few burgu festivals in kentucky in the fall or veteran cooks are sometimes called burger meisters oil of it yeah one of the festivals in anderson county features both a motorcycle show and an ugly lamp contest an ugly lamp konta never heard of this but i want to go to their due to it oh oh man i know riley lamb konta like i've seen some ugly lamps in my time so i really i'm really curious what people could come up with with i mean humans are infinitely creative this is true this is true i i have a lot of friends from kentucky i it's one of those things where i just noticed that probably a very good proportion my friends from kentucky i'm not sure how or why the happen but i was talking to them about burg you and i was like just tell me what's in it and it was so funny trying to pin down like any semblance of an answer it was great i it was a great conversation that i very much enjoyed yeah i looked at like maybe a dozen burkey recipes to to come up with that sort of truncated list yeah but all i mean those are like the most commonly appearing ingredients but all kinds of stuff is in there yeah yeah so that's our food portion but we do have one other type of food a dessert a dessert so important but first we have a quick break for word from our sponsor.
"anderson county" Discussed on WLOB
"Now we have been a part of the w r h i t is one of the great radio stations in the country and of course i've been in the upstate of south carolina as a local host and then carried their nationally for many years and i shared with you the great news i mean we're finally it's unbelievable we're in my dot types we're beating the the big heritage station and ratings across the board and it's taken a long time i mean it was a scary move when they said hey gallagher who wants to come off the big heritage station in greenville spartanburg south carolina where i spent many years married my wife there we raised our kids and it was tough hard thing for me to do because i love those guys at the other stage it wasn't my decision i worked for the company and the company said were buying ninety four five fm this monster signal hundred thousand watts and you know we i shall i had to go across town and is often the case when you do that you don't necessarily take your huge audience with you the knowledge work that way so it's taken a long time but over the last year ninety four five wgtk the answer has popped i mean he has just you see rating book have to write a book up up up and now we're getting some tremendous good colleagues some of these anderson county numbers are unbelievable which is of course the beauty of the way that market works because the big heritage station doesn't have a signal that reaches into anderson county for which for what it's worth ninety four five go blankets the southeast anyway but we've also been on rock hill and w r h i am thirteen forty and fm ninety four great company great folks bunch of neat people i've been to the market before and we've been on there for years there's a guy named jim i'm not gonna give you his name of his business i'm not going to give us last name i don't want to embarrass him but the guy hates me and he writes email after email after email adjust and it's mock gene and ha ha ha ha i hate trump and.
"anderson county" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And so it's been a long ride this is my twenty eight classic with a bass spent saint a lotta great champions crowned we have a fantastic team are tournament teams well oiled machine i guess one of my proudest achievements is everybody on determine staff has at least i think sixteen or seventeen years being our in our department and so i'm proud of those people the job they do and and all of our contractors that were with us they love what they do love the sport and we just have a great team that you know from my vantage point i can see that i i kinda quite moving the bass master elite series around the country to nascar it's a massive team of people working really hard no slackers in the botch and it's run perfectly from from my view from stop stop stop and that stop can be eight hundred thousand miles away from the last stop so obviously it's a great group of people and and great leadership to where it's a lot of work that goes into it and you know again a great team jon stewart the bass nation they they had their team hank and all of his college and high school and and our contractors work all of those so it takes a lot chris bose actually coordinates movement of all of our people in a man that's it that's a week long passed just figuring out who who and what pieces are going to be wear throughout the season chris franck opens he does a great job with that but a lot of moving parts but we all get along we you know we travel alexei all over the country together and you have to love what you do or wouldn't it would be tough really impossible i would think is is what it would be well it's classic week again and the last time we were all miss like it was pretty chilly it was pretty cool classic long i was going to go out when the boats were frozen to the trailers i decided you know i'm not gonna go out today i didn't tough it out the difference this week we met with the people dan green pond and anderson county and.
"anderson county" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Man that's it that's a week long passed just figuring out who who and what pieces are going to be wear throughout the season chris runs are opens he does a great job with that but a lot of moving parts but we all get along we you know we traveled alexei all over the country together and you have to love what you do or wouldn't it would be tough it really was impossible i would think is is what it would be i was classic week again and the last time we were all miss like it was pretty chilly it was pretty cool classic i was going to go out when the boats were frozen to the trailers i decided you know i'm not going to go out today i didn't tough it out big difference this week we met with the people down at green greenpan and anderson county and thinker ours come in in them for such a smooth operation in twenty fifteen touchstone we were prepared for everything we had sand trucks salt trucks we were prepared for anything except boats taking the traders and i'll never forget we had one that was probably pushing forty to forty five minutes before finally pop loose but but he was quite clearly i left that first morning i had a four thirty am interview at the lake for live local television station in that us like around nine or ten degrees when i left and say that picture on my phone when i think as bad i just pull it pitcher up look at it you know what this is not so bad is thirty two is a long road doesn't matter which way you go say you finally then you pull the.
"anderson county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"A sixteen year old male student and showing the team sex videos while working at rocky river high school a man from anderson county south carolina killed after authorities say a hunter mistook him for a while wild hogg police say forty euro kenneth yang was shot in the head while hunting on private land wednesday night they say a woman also hunting nearby sought through her nightvision scopes something on all fours and the grass and fired a shot thinking she was aiming at hogg at the white house press briefing today united nations ambassador nikki haley plugging the fresh he went sank since on north korea while not ruling out military option they continue to be provocative they continue to be reckless that point you know there's not a whole lot the security council is going to be able to do from here when you've cut ninety percent the trade and thirty percent of the oil so having said that i had no problem taking it to general mattis because i think he has plenty of absence that would be defense secretary james mattis national security adviser h r mcmaster today also saying the us as a military option for north korea but adding it's not the preferred route nasser's cassini spacecraft disintegrate like a miti or in the skies above saturn early today and it was the final fateful blaze of cosmic glory following a remarkable twenty year journey the only spacecraft to ever orbit saturn cassini showed us the planet it's rings and moons up close in all their glory perhaps most tantalizing ocean worlds were unveiled by cassini on two of the many moons which could possibly harbor life i mike toil news love intend ninety nine three wbt 605 charlotte at 600 we're glad it's friday i'm mark garrison with your daily news magazine ledger riding home with us busy newsday from london at 660 will go.
"anderson county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"In anderson south carolina man has died after authorities say he tried a risky motorcycle jump over a gravel pile the anderson county coroner said the body was found early saturday on highway to 52 and honey a path shor said the driver appears to have driven through an area of road under construction he turned around and tried to jump over the paul of gravel the coroner says he died upon landing from severe neck injuries his name has not been released the state of arizona is telling armed drivers how to avoid being shot by police during a traffic stop abc's scott goldberg has that story this day drivers manual in arizona is the first in the nation new includes specific instructions for armed drivers an effort to prevent what happened in minnesota last year he had utah to get his idea the death of full lando casteel shot by that officer as he reached for his id in arizona where you don't need a permit to carry a weapon the manual now advises drivers with guns to keep their hands on the wheel and not reach for anything without getting permission first the rules also say police can take the driver's got the and hold it until the traffic stops completed scott goldberg abc news a hearing is set for tomorrow for north carolina man who says he's innocent he's already spent twenty one years in jail robert brag was convicted of the beating death of a man and 1994 a threejudge panel will hear the case brag is serving a sentence of life without parole and the death of seventy six year old man one of the main witnesses against brag was ten years old when he testified and he has since recanted his testimony and alabama man has died after being struck by lightning while he was boating on friday to lee county coroner says 34yearolds toby burrow died from severe injuries believed to be from a direct lightening strike cortlandt bailey says he witnessed the scene from his home across the lake assault a second like hit the water in an horizontally the back of the gulf officials say to people swam to the disabled boat to bring it to land a.