35 Burst results for "April Seven"

MLB All-Star Game Moved Out of Atlanta

The Lead

01:58 min | 1 year ago

MLB All-Star Game Moved Out of Atlanta

"Big announcement from georgia major league baseball moving. It's twenty twenty one all star game out of atlanta georgia in reaction to the state's controversial new voting law on friday. Major league. baseball made a move. That caught many people off guard and reignited a very charge debate. Then league commissioner said today that moving would be the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport major league baseball to fear last from liberal atmosphere. Absolutely art in the major league baseball has selected denver and the colorado rockies as the new home for the summers all star game today amid all the noise surrounding the decision. Evan drellich breaks down. When actually drove. Commissioner rob manfred to move the game. This wasn't about the commissioner of thirty mostly white republican billionaires waking up and saying. We're gonna have a new moral compass today. Mlb wasn't trying to make this great political stan. Rather it felt that he was going to make a political stand either way from wondering in the atlantic. I'm under sculptor. it's wednesday april seventh. And this is billy so even before we get into the controversy. Can you just remind what was the original plan for the twenty twenty one. Mlb all star game. Who's going to be a smooth calm week down in atlanta georgia where you would have the all star game. The home run derby the draft and basically a week of fan festivities around all those events. Henry was amanda greece manner patients after the passing henry aaron to to have the game in atlanta where he spent so much of his career was going to be a special part of it that you would have not just the game but this chance to commemorate one of the great heroes of the support of all time but will always be grateful for you showing all of rush how to chase our dreams.

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Sole Survivor: The 1869 Yellow Jacket Silver Mine Fire

State of Fear Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Sole Survivor: The 1869 Yellow Jacket Silver Mine Fire

"April seventh eighteen, sixty, nine, the miners of gold hills yellow jacket mine said goodbye to their families and went to work like any other day. They had no idea that many of them wouldn't ever make it back home. Later that morning uncontrollable methane fire broke out at the minds eight hundred foot level collapsing timbers, and quickly spreading to neighbouring minds. The miners were trapped below with no chance for escape in what was probably the worst mining accident in Nevada history. Yeah. They used to have those methane lamps the did in the minds and they would go out if the methane levels got to a certain level and. Stuff like the candles. And Methane Cub Blam Yeah Oh. Yeah. I mean, I worry about that a lot too because I have a buddy. My best. But up in Idaho Jim Belton he works in a silver mine too and I always worry about them I. mean they have air blast it's. Very dangerous. I got nothing but mad respect for minors man yeah. It's hard work. Hammer Dangerous Oh. Yeah. Working deep any earth as a minor is a job with many hazards including poison gases, explosions collapses, floods, and fires to name a few. To minors like James Dunlavey, the risks were just part of the job. Dunlavey did not dwell on those dangers as he worked in the yellow jacket mine in Gold Hill Nevada, the mind and sister mineshafts were burrowed more than one thousand feet into the Earth as they extracted silver from the comstock lode. Each labyrinth of Mining Chamber was supported with heavy timbering in this tinderbox would minors lit their work with candles or lamps in the US blasting powder fractured the or for removal? The yellow jacket was a great silver producing property at the extreme southern end of the comstock lode. Nothing was more feared by gold and silver miners in a fire in a mine. As the pockets of or a cut away taken out cavities or chambers are created. The overhanging ledges of rocks are supported by Timbers to prevent the rock from caving following the tunnels are drifts reaching out for hundreds of feet in many directions from the shaft completely lined with beams and boards. Sometimes enormous cavities in a mine created by the removal of great pockets of or require eight, hundred and nine hundred thousand feet of timber that is. As Lot would yeah, it is. That's a that's a lot of flammable dangerous would had certainly is. Once again mad props because I have seen some of these things. You've seen it in movies I've seen it in real life. Yeah. It's some of these areas they are vast. Hoping for for your one hundred yards in some cases. And there's nothing supporting this rock, right? Right. I mean it's solid rock. It's holding together but man what is like caves but this is man made stuff see. So you know cave ins and stuff always dangerous. The shaft is face with heavy timbers links a deep and well-worked mind becomes a stupendous subterranean honeycomb of lumber. If a fire broke out any part of the lower levels of a deep mine, it would create a difficult situation for firefighters to get to any minors below level or beyond the point in the drift where fire occurs have little to no chance to survive. They are almost certainly killed before the fire reaches him by suffocation from gases or smoke that reached him I. Yep, and it Burns all the oxygen. Now, the chef exactly no suffocate drop them. It's bad. The comstock minds went down two to three thousand feet into the sides of Mount Davidson which increase the danger of fire would cause. So around eight am on Tuesday. April six, eighteen, sixty, nine. The nightshift miners were clocking out in the early days shift honors coming in. A careless minor perhaps tired from a long night or just excited to be heading home left a candle burning on a wall of timber. Some nine hundred feet deep in the mind which eventually set fire to supporting timbers food. The candle probably burned for hours and served as a life for the miners but having been left behind the flame eventually reached the pinewood on which it stood. The blaze started a chain reaction of disasters. Yeah. I bet it did Dunleavy who was working on the nine hundred foot level was alerted to the catastrophe when he heard the distinct crashing a falling rock. Debris tunnels forcing choking gases and dust into the yellow jacket in neighboring Kentucky Chefs. While running along the nine hundred foot level dunleavy spotted a wall of flame as he raced towards the main shaft, he gave the signal for fire, but the crackling of the Burn Pine Timbers was so loud that his warning shots were drowned out you. Dunleavy, remembered sending at the opening of the nine hundred foot level upon the yellow jacket shopped and heard the screams of minors on the levels below. Airport and from the Kentucky Mind acted like billows and fan configuration as it swept along the nine hundred and eight hundred foot levels and through the laterals to another neighboring mine. That is horrible. It's terrifying is. Horrible what a WAY TO GO TO UTAH? No, you would just. Yeesh the roof collapse around Dunleavy, and he began to choke on the fumes and dust he lay on the floor and pulled a heavy overcoat over himself. This act helped save his life. He was the sole survivor of the nine miners nine hundred foot level. He slipped into unconsciousness and did not wake until hours after he had been rescued

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52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting more than fifty people who worked or voted in the Wisconsin presidential primary have coded nineteen Wisconsin plans to go ahead with in person voting in a special congressional election scheduled in less than two weeks despite data showing possible covert nineteen infections tied to the state's presidential primary earlier this month according to the Wisconsin department of health services fifty two people who either voted or walk to the polls on April seventh tested positive for covert nineteen afterwards but the health department adds it's not possible to say if they contracted the virus at the polls or somewhere else governor Tony Iverson Democrat tried to change the April seventh election to mail in only but he was blocked by the Republican led legislature and the conservative state Supreme Court hi Mike Rossi up

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52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

"Wisconsin plans to go ahead with in person voting in a special congressional election scheduled in less than two weeks despite data showing possible covert nineteen infections tied to the state's presidential primary earlier this month according to the Wisconsin department of health services fifty two people who either voted or walk to the polls on April seventh tested positive for covert nineteen afterwards but the health department adds it's not possible to say if they contracted the virus at the polls or somewhere else governor Tony Iverson Democrat tried to change the April seventh election to mail in only but he was blocked by the Republican led legislature and the conservative state Supreme Court hi Mike Rossi up

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52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

"Wisconsin plans to go ahead with in person voting in a special congressional election scheduled in less than two weeks despite data showing possible covert nineteen infections tied to the state's presidential primary earlier this month according to the Wisconsin department of health services fifty two people who either voted or walk to the polls on April seventh tested positive for covert nineteen afterwards but the health department adds it's not possible to say if they contracted the virus at the polls or somewhere else governor Tony Iverson Democrat tried to change the April seventh election to mail in only but he was blocked by the Republican led legislature and the conservative state Supreme Court hi Mike Rossi up

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52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

"Wisconsin plans to go ahead with in person voting in a special congressional election scheduled in less than two weeks despite data showing possible covert nineteen infections tied to the state's presidential primary earlier this month according to the Wisconsin department of health services fifty two people who either voted or walk to the polls on April seventh tested positive for covert nineteen afterwards but the health department adds it's not possible to say if they contracted the virus at the polls or somewhere else governor Tony Iverson Democrat tried to change the April seventh election to mail in only but he was blocked by the Republican led legislature and the conservative state Supreme Court hi Mike Rossi up

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52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

52 who worked or voted in Wisconsin election have COVID-19

"Wisconsin plans to go ahead with in person voting in a special congressional election scheduled in less than two weeks despite data showing possible covert nineteen infections tied to the state's presidential primary earlier this month according to the Wisconsin department of health services fifty two people who either voted or walk to the polls on April seventh tested positive for covert nineteen afterwards but the health department adds it's not possible to say if they contracted the virus at the polls or somewhere else governor Tony Iverson Democrat tried to change the April seventh election to mail in only but he was blocked by the Republican led legislature and the conservative state Supreme Court hi Mike Rossi up

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Why Do Pistachios' Color Depend on the Iran Hostage Crisis?

BrainStuff

03:35 min | 2 years ago

Why Do Pistachios' Color Depend on the Iran Hostage Crisis?

"Are tasty seed the grow on trees and have cream colored shells and green colored flesh a Estacio. Green is a specific queue. A soft yellowish green. That was super popular in the fall of two thousand. Nineteen in Pentagon's catalog. It's thirteen dash zero two to one but there was a time when the stash IOS that Americans eight were almost all died red cedar and Shell so vibrant read that it would stain your fingers so why were stashes died in the first place. And why aren't read pistachios around anymore? It all starts at the Syrian stash importer by the name of Sullom who supposedly died his stashes read to differentiate his product from that of his competitors and to hide any minor imperfections from harvesting. The pistachio is believed to be indigenous to the Middle East specifically Iran and has been widely cultivated from Afghanistan to the Mediterranean region and more recently in California where it was introduced in eighteen fifty four as a garden. Trie we spoke with Persian chef and writer Nashashibi up among leauge. She explained four Iranians and Turks Stash. Here's play an important role in their culture in cuisine for them stash. Here's our everyday snacks roasted salted and sometimes lime juice. There are Stachel cookies flavored with rosewater in cardamom. Mustaches lamb braised with rose water and Saffron Stachel meatballs cooked in pomegranate juice etc up until the nineteen seventies. The majority of America's mustaches came from abroad. Most hailing from Iran looms method of using his red dye to make his not standout eventually became the identifying mark of Middle Eastern Stash IOS. Then in nineteen seventy nine can the Iranian hostage crisis in which fifty two American diplomats and citizens were held hostage in Iran for four hundred and forty four days. Tensions between the two nations were extremely high during this time at deeply affecting how the United States viewed Iran and also undermining Jimmy Carter's conduct a foreign policy. Carter did what any president in a tight spot would do and imposed a number of sanctions on Iran. Just after the crisis began Carter began by cutting off sales of Iranian oil and freeing all Iranian assets on April seventh nineteen eighty frustrated by the ineffectual outcome of the sanctions. Carter announced he would be taking drastic measures by cutting off diplomatic ties with Iran and embargoing all imports from the Middle Eastern country. His embargo against Iranian imports resulted in what was essentially an embargo on the area's vibrant red pistachios. Leaving the fingers of Stachel loving Americans everywhere. Their normal hugh. So where do America's stashes come from? Now California grows about ninety eight percent of statue sold in the US using an automated process that ensures little to no colorful imperfections on the Shell California produced around four point. Five million pounds of pistachios in nineteen seventy seven. A number that grew by twenty times only twenty years later now. California is home to ninety nine percent of the nation's pistachio orchards. Making it three point. Six billion dollar industry coming in second and third are Arizona and New Mexico with an economic impact thirteen million and three point one million respectively. These nuts are all their natural green but relics of red pistachios do still exist for example in a scene in the film the naked gun in which the characters mouths are dyed red by eating nuts and in some people's nostalgic memories.

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QB sneak: Bucs' Brady enters wrong home

Golic & Wingo

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

QB sneak: Bucs' Brady enters wrong home

"In Tom Brady Brooks entered the wrong house in Tampa Bay how you doing according to TMZ on April seventh Brady plan to visit the home of offense coordinator Byron Leftwich example Brady walked into the home next door without knocking before coming face to face the homeowner realizing it was the wrong horn a source close with knowledge of the situation confirmed the incident yes yeah so the Brady and left which are trying to follow social distancing guidelines having Brady come to pick up materials from his new coach rather than meeting with him the source of life which have been expecting which might explain why Brady did not the First Lady was told last week by a city employee that he could work out a public park in downtown Tampa due to the city state home orders but earlier this month Brady had even more embarrassing episode

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"april seven" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Right now who you may know from such things as being the acting director of national intelligence right now he got himself a letter from Adam Schiff Adam Schiff is all mad and sent a letter back on April seventh demanding that Richard Grinnell stop reorganizing the intelligence community without his approval my god just died I need everything that happens yeah the only reason I chairman of them and then you need to do what I saying meaner and meaner and rex I we're a small man Rick responded in the most epic letter ever you can find the entire thing of course on the internet I think we've seen it at the daily wire and I love it every word of it is just beyond beautiful but one of the first things that he says because Adam Schiff's complaint is that there is reorganizing happening there's like a shuffling of personnel and so that was one of his complaints in the letter and he responded to that by saying I must begin by voicing my surprise that your four page letter said nothing about the historic appointment of the first female director of the national counterterrorism center instead you expressed concerns regarding the retirement of the former director snap that's inconvenient he went on to talk about how should completely ignore the fact that there are two highly qualified female officers serving as the acting director and acting deputy director he's talking about diversity in the I see work force and then he went on to say that he disagrees with Adam Schiff's proposals to have any kind of committee oversight of this process and at the very end of the letter is my favorite part he ended it by saying lastly I strongly agree with your statement of a bipartisan legislative commitment to the I see I would hope to see this commitment reflected on the signature line of your future letters I love it so much that he's talking about like including more women and members of the LGBT community and how they've not recognized he hasn't recognized that enough yeah so I mean I guess Adam Schiff is like a success totally the big he's a homophobe does he not know that Rick is gay he barely does not how dare he anywhere you go react you go on with your bad self exactly all right so Val Kilmer who you may remember from such things as being in the volleyball scene in Top Gun let's all take a moment this is a minute yeah I'm remembering it good morning and good time greatest scene Iceman was that his name was Iceman I was it was he looks rather different now actually he's had some health issues well it's him as if he has any of you to kill me and then yeah HM passport and you put a little blood on their little age blows well to be fair he's had he's undergone some serious yeah some help thing have that we go through and we all age can't look like we did back when we did the volleyball scenes volleyball season in high school I never listen I did a couple volleyball now don't do that you know you know well Val Kilmer is he's released a book he has a new memoir it's called I'm your huckleberry such a great rate hi at all great line and so he also was hit he co starred with Angelina Jolie in the movie Alexander and he says in his new memoir that he had some feelings for her this guy had feelings for everybody everybody he is just over the top he is one in a long long lists and he he said that before they actually work together they had a friendship and and he was around when her mom marshalling Petron was losing her battle with cancer and he was friends with her and he admitted that when he was starring in this movie with her he could not wait to kiss her like he was so super excited about their kissing scene that he even told Oliver Stone who directed that he would play that role particularly if the king and queen could have flashbacks to when they fell really hard for each other and stormed to the castle with passion but he was a stone didn't pick up on that idea so they didn't get to have that scene but he did get to kiss Angelina Jolie he said I can't wait to kiss anti buyer a Gulfstream jet and has V. NJ painted in rainbow glory on the tail it's so weird he really dug her he's weird he's pretty weird he's so weird he talks about Ellen Barkin soft hair yeah he says if you ever have a chance to touch Ellen Barkin hair you should jump all over that only because at least she would welcome scenario just random people coming up attaching her hair I didn't realize that he had he apparently had a very painful breakup with Daryl Hannah yeah that's who she married to know that god I don't like it like that yes Neil Young at Jackson Browne before that they're basically the same guy I don't like either of them yeah Neil Young especially like Jackson Browne more than Neil Young and I don't like either kinda traded one in for another yeah that yeah it's great in kill bill though yeah you are you can splash she was she was good about she lives but he's he's had relationships with share Cindy Crawford and then like I mean just so many people and so this book is good because you see but what it sounds like it's going to be really Jeez since a lot of stuff and Carly Simon D. day Carly Simon yeah isn't it amazing that he looks the way he does now the check in Top Gun looks the way she does telenovelas yes Kelly McGillis it was gay she is she does not look like an older version of herself now she looks like a hole in a different Kelly McGillis folder from her yeah bruise hasn't aged a bit well it's Scientology you know he took that one has a billion year contract does not permitted that he's not he's not allowed any race ever gonna die right now he has a tooth in the middle he does have one tooth right the middle of this facing that if you haven't seen the internet you can go to Google search on Tom cruise's middle to the end you will never be able to see any chance it will change your life forever how possible the like not to age like he's in this new Top Gun movie he looks almost identical well you you obviously have to drink the potion and then becomes and then you meet that like whatever the spaghetti dog once you get to the top of the ladder of Scientology I don't know is what is it what does it take you what do you mean when you you mean it's not sold know how your brain with their spaghetti no nine dollars you can forget about the same age as we every time we make fun of Scientology because I'm sorry but it's ridiculous okay you're giving all your money away stop the top ten things that you just mentioned one does not come out is it later this year it's supposed to be delighted yeah that's right the lady delay it and but I think they'll Kilmer's enough is enough yeah okay so really it's Kelly McGillis she's like the only one who is in and of course goose who's died in the first one yeah a lot of flashbacks I don't know is like flashback possibility I hope he has flashbacks to goose yeah I Meg Ryan and Ryan that's cool that would be fantastic not gonna happen or like maybe Meg Ryan's maybe their kids will come back and be a character who they should have called us about we were so many suggestions and Florio aids you probably heard that there's been a lot of overreach a lot of government over reach all across the nation this is of course why there are so many protests because people just cannot understand some of these ridiculous nonsensical rules when it comes to some of the restrictions that various states have Idaho cops arrested a woman because she had a yard sale last week this happened this is it's ridiculous because yard sales are not considered essential businesses or part of the stay at home order on believable they said she could face jail time I just for having a yard sale what do you know what it's no one I feel like this is free well right they're restricting free well at this point if people want to go to the yard sale is let them coach is not essential you can't do that okay don't you see how good it won't hurt us I see with the whole big crowd of people mmhm Zacks safe it's kind of like going to a park because the park area somehow deadlier than the air in your home yeah because there is a woman I think it was also in Idaho I could be mistaken about that but there was a a story going around today even about a woman who was arrested because she was pushing her kid on the swing set it apart can't do that I cannot do you be outside in a way that that governor disapproves of currently because the air is harmful except that it's not so go outside get some fresh air but only in the government approved way you you guys stay with us when you're living with polycythemia Vera or P. V. you might look.

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Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

"Cases of the corona virus reportedly were spread in Milwaukee during Wisconsin's primary earlier this month the journal Sentinel reports city health officials have identified seven people who appear to have contracted the virus during activities related to the April seventh election Milwaukee health commissioner Jeanette Kowalik says six of the cases involved voters in one involves a poll worker city officials hope to have more information later this week including whether any of the cases resulted in death voters in Milwaukee stood in long lines and many for several hours to cast their ballots I'm I can't put

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Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

"The journal Sentinel reports city health officials have identified seven people who appear to have contracted the virus during activities related to the April seventh election Milwaukee health commissioner Jeanette Kowalik says six of the cases involved voters in one involves a poll worker city officials hope to have more information later this week including whether any of the cases resulted in death voters in Milwaukee stood in long lines many for several hours to cast their ballots I'm I can't put

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Atlanta Coronavirus Update: State of Georgia May Have Already Reached Peak Deaths

Dana Loesch

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta Coronavirus Update: State of Georgia May Have Already Reached Peak Deaths

"The total number of coronavirus cases here in Georgia now stands at eighteen thousand four hundred eighty nine with Fulton County reporting the most infections at two thousand one hundred thirty one the cab Dougherty Cobb and Gwinnett counties are over one thousand cases each official information from the department of public health shows the state wide death toll is up to six hundred eighty nine with a ninety six point two percent survival rate new projections from the institute for health metrics and evaluation indicated Georgia passed its peak for coronavirus deaths on April seventh researchers at the university of Washington also believe hospitals around the state reach their peak use of resources on April

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Atlanta - New data shows Georgia may have already reached COVID-19 peak

Bulls and Bears

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta - New data shows Georgia may have already reached COVID-19 peak

"Sign in the corona virus pandemic one of the models used by state health officials in the White House shows a Georgia may have already reached the peak number of deaths on April seventh the new projections from the institute for health metrics and evaluation also lower the total number of deaths expected in the state to about fourteen hundred tonight the death toll is a six hundred and seventy seven here in Georgia the state department of public health says seventeen thousand eight hundred and forty one cases have been confirmed in the state is testing increases

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Inmate at Washington DC Jail Dies of Coronavirus, in First Virus Death at Facility

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Inmate at Washington DC Jail Dies of Coronavirus, in First Virus Death at Facility

"Says he has lost the first inmate to the coronavirus the man who was charged with murder never got his day in court it press conference DC mayor Muriel Bowser learns the city's first inmate died from covered nineteenth Mr D. R. Crowell fifty one passed this morning D. on crawl was hospitalized April seventh after he was screened for symptoms he was awaiting his murder trial set for may browse our says her team is regularly updating her on the city's vulnerable populations make sure that residents in our care are receiving all of the equipment that they need and supplies the ACLU of DC has filed suit against the city for what it says are awful conditions inside DC jail during the Copa nineteen crisis calling crawls death quote a foregone

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"april seven" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"April seventh and on this day in twenty sixteen the world's longest Python was discovered construction workers in Malaysia spotted the twenty six foot long snake under a tree twenty six feet can you believe that the previous record was a python named medusa who is twenty five feet and two inches long you can see your for yourself at a haunted house in Kansas city and in case you were wondering what to feed a massive snake it's not like the snake your weird friend had in their bedroom growing up you can't just feed the mice these pythons eat entire hogs deer monkeys and antelope I mean these things are longer than most limousines and way more than most humans pythons are known for being constructors which means that they squeeze their prey to death before they swallow it whole and what a lovely image that is pythons are also excellent swimmers which makes them super scary on land and underwater I'm slowly talking myself into a panic attack at least I didn't have to deal with the longest by phone in the world which was found on this date in twenty sixteen measure that thing who got close enough to measure it to know that it's twenty six feet tall struck on the driver's detour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center all right here's the latest right now we are working just a couple of crashes one Intel one out the one out of town for the big one northbound seventeen approaching the state route to sixty that's up near camp Verde northbound lanes are blocked again north found multiple lanes blocked with not reporting it closed at this point but we'll keep you posted if they do in in town one right we have is on the surface streets camel back west to fifty ninth Avenue trying Indian school or Bethany home road it's that state route eighty eight due to the rockslide is still close to almost going on two weeks now northbound and southbound closed at state route one eighty eight down to the Apache trail will let you know when it gets reopened the traffic report is brought to you by flows lows is opening here to help you through the very important time with critical supplies to keep your home safe and healthy by your online and pick up in store for free.

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An NBA coaching record was broken on this day in 2010

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

An NBA coaching record was broken on this day in 2010

"Ten years ago April seventh two thousand ten don Nelson becomes the NBA's winningest head coach when his warriors knock off the Timberwolves one sixteen one oh seven in Minnesota if the Toliver poured in forty four points and rookie Steph curry added twenty seven points fourteen assists eight rebounds and seven steel for with the warriors Golden State led by twenty one entering the final period and held off a late charge by the Timberwolves allowing Nelson to pick up his one thousand one hundred and thirty third win passing Lenny Wilkens total Nelson remains the record holder I'm Dave Ferrie

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"april seven" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News and right the latest photos of the brain thanks for being with us on this Tuesday April seventh Allen west to be with us in about ten minutes we'll get his take on what's happening with the captain the USS teddy Roosevelt the acting able director at navy navy director secretary I should say system disparaging things to all of his his crew after he left pot testing positive for the corona virus you know the controversy with him sending an email saying we need some help we're stuck in Guam but he said it to everybody like fifteen people that don't need to know over in San Francisco and the Chinese found out to the national security problem but the way he was fired I want to know about the hierarchy command what with the colonel thinks about that recently joining as co CEO of the United by biomedical and callbacks callbacks is developing a covert nineteen antibody diagnostic test if you wanna get back to work it back to life get back to sports that antibody test is the key he's going to be joining us telling about the progress being made we'll have to discuss today we know there's going to be a series of about press conferences with different governors around the country some of which do not have standing place shelter in place orders were also following the health of our British prime minister Boris Johnson he took the country by storm the mayor of London hi is this popular and it had a dramatic victory is anyone since Margaret Thatcher took over as conservative prime minister in nineteen eighty seven so well we'll follow his health is in intensive care now on oxygen I hope it doesn't get much worse as you do so let's get to the big three now with the stories you need is a Brian phase three number three we had a very good job we we agreed that we were going to talk about what we said but we had a very very good talk to is a warm talk.

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Washington, D.C. Closes Fish Market at The Wharf After Large Crowds Gather Despite Stay-At-Home Order

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, D.C. Closes Fish Market at The Wharf After Large Crowds Gather Despite Stay-At-Home Order

"The city shut down the fisherman's wharf fish market this weekend after the mayor says it got too crowded visitors to the fishermen more seafood market were met with closure sign Sunday after mayor Muriel Bowser says they were left with no other choice but to close it we had to close that market because the social distancing requirements weren't being met in the tweets Jesse Taylor seafood wrote it will reopen April seventh quote we tried really hard to maintain order at the wharf by putting lines down six feet apart and having security ask patrons not to crowd as the order but it didn't work browse our says she'll continue to close businesses that don't comply with social distancing Meghan clarity

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"april seven" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To bring the the lights down in the curtain down here on April sixth I'll tell you what we're gonna do on April seventh that's that's what I'm focused on right now I hope you are too I hope you'll join me on April seventh Lexi pads among others will be on the show tomorrow and that's the only day other than this one that I'm thinking about right now thank you so much for being with us until April seventh mark where the risk you're very good night for the studios of these forced me to remember shoot your shot all you got this is the flagship of Chinese beyond KNBR affects San Francisco sports leader and then moved into the playoffs but that no decisions can be made until next month at the earliest silver said there is too little information to make projections of any kind the NBA has told teams they may not conduct or attend any workouts with draft eligible players during the league's corona virus scientists it's a major change from the typical procedures teams are being prohibited from watching requesting her sharing any video other draft eligible player a baseball favorite died on Monday al que line passed away he was affectionately known as Mr tiger played twenty two seasons in the major leagues at the age of twenty one in the American League batting championship he was a fifteen time all star ten time gold Glover had three thousand seven hits this was number three thousand that date September twenty fourth nineteen seventy four the opposing pitcher Baltimore's Dave McNally for copyright the whole scene career.

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Federal judge: No Wisconsin election results before April 13

Red Eye Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Federal judge: No Wisconsin election results before April 13

"A federal judge orders was causing officials to hold off on releasing the results until after absentee balloting is completed correspondent Linda Kenyon Wisconsin's election is Tuesday April seventh state leaders are committed to keeping that date despite widespread concerns about endangering voters or poll workers due to a coronavirus but officials did extend the absentee balloting deadline until April thirteenth voters in Wisconsin have been encouraged to vote absentee and more than a million people have requested the absentee ballots far surpassing all previous

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Wisconsin won't move next week's primary, despite COVID-19 threat

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin won't move next week's primary, despite COVID-19 threat

"Despite calling the idea of holding an election during a pandemic is ill advised to U. S. district judge William Conley said he would not postpone the primary on April seventh but he is pushing back the deadline for filing absentee ballots today is now the last day voters can request an absentee ballot in they have until April thirteenth nearly a week after election day to get them

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"april seven" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Order is in effect until April seventh traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning sand afternoons steeper over news that a three point one K. up to kiss will be cloudy cool this afternoon with a couple of showers are between fifty five and fifty nine I will have some more showers around for tonight and tomorrow lows tonight will be within a few degrees of fifty and then behind tomorrow between fifty nine and sixty three I make about the B. to religious Brian Thompson news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. I heart radio news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. want to help with your bills we're living in extraordinary times many are struggling mentally child care bills hopefully we can give a few of you some peace of mind each week day I heart radio KFBK are giving you a chance to win one thousand dollars almost every hour from four AM to six PM and now we've added weekend to contest times at seven AM noon and five PM listen for the keyword when you hear it text it to two hundred two hundred good luck from news ninety three point one KFBK hi my one oh and S. it's an aging heard every Sunday for twenty one your letters are you looking to buy sell builder investor letter market experience show you why our clients keep coming back from condos the custom built we are client focused results driven California real estate experts color techstars C. at nine one six four zero two five one eight eight or Cindy eight seven eight six three nine one let us humbly hustle for you hi this is Bob Seger vinyl in assets in aging heard every Sunday for twenty one years right here on K. F. B. K. every Sunday at seven PM I talk about the issues of aging and this week I have a very special topic and that will be the effects of covert on the frail elderly and seniors you will not want to miss this program again this Sunday seven PM assets in aging right here on K. F. B. K. don't miss the show coronavirus your family and the frail elderly balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I do high school ball I am higher softball and baseball so I'm very busy very active and the main thing I've noticed since I started balance of nature is when I do these baseball softball tournament I don't deal with cramps anymore which is really been a big deal because I used to be basically after two days of the tournament I would be bound up with cramping a good bit of the next day and now I don't deal with that at all so that's a real good thing don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five percent off on any new preferred order of fruits and veggies start your journey to better health today by calling one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one or by going to balance of nature dot com and make sure to receive this special radio offer by using discount code Sacramento introducing long John silver six dollar mix and match to a small party strip three piece chicken two P. space or to grab cakes gave me to just six Bucks long John silver's fish yeah president disbursement of medical card that's extra hi I'm Vanessa with PG&E if you're in your home or business and you smell gas your first step is to get out travel a safe distance until you can't smell the gas and then call nine one one first responders will make it safe to learn more visit P. G. E. dot com slash safety and welcome back you are listening to the real estate report with Christian role and Thomas Hogan we are coming to you on Saturday from our homes no we're not.

"april seven" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW radar showing a mostly cloudy sky our current temperature is forty eight degrees the end of the county sheriff says that his deputies are ready to enforce the stay at home effort order in Ohio that and he says that they will assume the people driving are on their way to or from basic needs nonessential businesses still open will get a warning first then be cited with a misdemeanor health commissioner Greg Casterman right now we should make those tough sacrifices so we can protect our community is it okay to play outside absolutely it is very healthy to hike to run to ride your bike all of those activities are okay but we should do them with our family that we're spending our time with at home that doesn't mean to get a few households together to hang out because that promotes the spread of this virus Indiana governor Eric Holcomb this morning issuing a stay at home water for residents there from March twenty fifth until April seventh I'm telling you the next two weeks are critical that's March twenty fourth through April seventh if we're going to slow the spread and we must slow the spread there are now two hundred fifty nine confirmed cases in Indiana was seven total deaths as of this morning all non essential businesses have been ordered to close to Kentucky by governor Eddie Beshir's he made the announcement Sunday entertainment sporting goods clothing shoes jewelry books stores florists furnitures and auto dealers though auto repairs and parts are going to be exam so people can get and what they need the order does not include grocery stores and pharmacies governor per share will provide an update later this afternoon at five o'clock as of Sunday there were one hundred three confirmed cases in Kentucky and three total deaths senators are working still struggling to find bipartisan consensus on a massive emergency stimulus package which already leader Mitch McConnell defended the proposed Republican bill and said the eyes of the nation around the Senate McConnell again accused Democrats of playing partisan politics for the stimulus Democrats say the Republican bills focus too much on corporations and not enough on families and small businesses around the clock negotiations when all weekend on the roughly one point eight trillion dollar bill checking the markets right now the Dow is down six hundred thirty nine points nasdaq down sixty S. U. B. seventy points in the S. and P. is down seventy three for more the coronavirus you're a small business owner and there's nothing small about what you do that's why dell small business technology advisors give you trusted advice one on one partnership in Taylor Texas Lucian's like computers with Intel core processors servers.

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"april seven" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Place until April seventh more now from governor Charlie Baker B. C. news radio minutes ago we all have a role to play in this fight the people of Massachusetts are meeting this challenge exactly the way we would expect with determination cool heads and selfless sense of community and I have no doubt we will continue to meet the challenge before us I want to take a moment and explain how this affects everyone at home there's been a lot of talk about a government mandating people shelter in their homes I do not believe I can or should order U. S. citizens to be confined to their homes for days on end that doesn't make sense from a public health point of view and it's not realistic especially if people need to get to work and essential businesses for go to places like grocery stores pharmacies or hospitals or health care providers so what exactly is essential for more on that let's turn to WBZ Jeff brown and Jeff what does this mean what is open and what's closed well what's open is probably easier to determine Lori here all non essential businesses though are expected to close from noon time tomorrow until April seventh so what's open wheel grocery stores that is a given as well as the grocery store suppliers they can remain open under normal business hours gas stations will remain open so we'll pharmacies medical offices and facilities medical manufacturers hardware stores also consider defense essential convenience stores and gas package stores as well it's important to also note that roads bridges and tunnels will remain open as well public transportation but as the governor says that does not mean that you are free to use them at your pleasure these are therefore essential workers and essential businesses this is a stay at home advisory issued by the governor because he has you heard says he does not feel it is his call to order US citizens to stay home for days on end so a little bit of a different message today and from the governor than what we heard over the past weekend but again he does continue to stop short and says it is not his decision to order people to stay at home over the weekend it was interesting that he he said that he would not have any problem with local municipalities making that decision independent of the state yeah I mean it's it's certainly a decision that is best served on some level on the local level determined to western best to how severe the outbreak is number of cases the make up of the community things like that is just a lot of moving pieces that only local leaders would know how to implement as opposed to you know state government and Nantucket was the first flight Provincetown the second also Framingham made a move so I think we'll see a lot of these local jurisdictions makes some sort of restrictions that would not apply on the state level but again that's something that only local leaders can assess and determine going forward all right Jeff brown thank you so much let's see what's moving forward on the roads right now let alone three traffic and weather together Kevin's got it the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes what do you see out there all we got lots of troubles up to the north here Lori up around the one twenty eight south bound jammed before walnut street here in Lynnfield down of a crash scenes got just the left lane open at Salem street again over a mile back up to get emergency crews on the scene here it's a rollover vehicle off to the right in the breakdown lane right now not north bound to get a minor curiosity delays here at Salem street and then some more brake lights up in the road work at Endicott street in Danvers about ninety three south bound up in Londonderry New Hampshire we re open that ramp to exit five after clearing it earlier crash investigation ninety three south bound once you get past that you get a nice ride up and over the border into Massachusetts and over down the Stoneham you're okay but then you're on the brakes just after spot pond getting down to a crash scene involving a truck that hit the Roosevelt circle over passes here in Medford debris all over the road three left lanes are blocked air just the right lane is getting by and bridge inspection crews are expected to be on the scene very shortly with that Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes Kevin thank you and again wintry weather all the way early this afternoon the first sprinkles and flex may fall north and west of four ninety five we'll have snow last.

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"april seven" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Good afternoon zero five sixty KSFO here is what's happening the first seven hundred Costa county has now been reported patient who died Thursday at a hospital was in their seventies and had a pre existing condition that put them at higher risk of serious illness additionally the patient had a history of recent travel overseas forty million people in California have not been given a stay at home or by governor Gavin Newsom to curb the spread of the coronavirus Newsome says people will be able to shop for food and significant reduction practice social distancing the shelter in place is expected to last until April seventh California taxpayers are getting some relief from the corona virus outbreak the state franchise tax board says it's postponing until July fifteenth to the filing and payment deadlines for all individuals and businesses for the two thousand nineteen tax returns officials say taxpayers if possible should try to file their taxes in a timely manner so don't get any refunds quicker and bay area express trains will be enforced and bay area express lanes will be enforced during the corona virus outbreak the metropolitan Transportation Authority says tools will not be taken on express lanes in Contra Costa Alameda and Santa Clara counties through at least April seventh as well officials say there isn't enough traffic to warrant taking tolls express lanes are open to all drivers the problem right now it's on the lower deck of the bay bridge east county west of Treasure Island as you head out of San Francisco toward the east left and center lanes are blocked and motorists are advised to expect delays and use alternate route to avoid the area if possible in Oakland eastbound five eighty before twenty four the two right lanes are blocked by the crash there as well not only on the median in the bay area bridges by the way including the Richmond center fell the San Matteo and the Dumbarton bridge is all checking an accident stall and delay free at this hour most mass transit either has a reduced service or cancelled routes this report is sponsored by express pros dot com losing sleep over a stressful job or bad boss it's time to get to know express employment professionals more than half a million people find work with the express each year.

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"april seven" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on AP News

"Well the Jeffersons awesome friendly adventure comes out April seventh the publisher also says that three million copies will be part of the first printing among the highest for any fiction writer would be kids best friend rally Jefferson is the book's narrator he'll tell the story of a role in the kind and guard the barbarian their quest to vanquish the evil white warlock the book is a follow up to last year's diary of a wimpy kid spin off diary of an awesome friendly kid give me plans an unusual promotional tour this spring as well with no advanced itinerary not even for himself every day will be a new destination decided upon by his publisher and various booksellers in Guinea will surprise children in underserved schools and meet his fans that independent bookstores all without knowing where he'll be heading next he says after many years of being on the road it seems like a perfect opportunity to do something daring and spontaneous more predictably can he will have his fifteenth wimpy kid book out this fall a tradition lasting more than a decade a baby albino elephant found trapped by a sharp wires near was rescued by a south African elephant orphanage the elephant fell into a trap set by a poacher in the Kruger national park the hunting snare went through her mouth down her face underneath her ear and under her chin the four month old was found badly dehydrated but alive a few days later and brought to the orphanage a month after being rescued kidneys are named after the song a word for like wait a healthy three hundred thirty pounds and was adding a pound every day she was still separated from the rest of the herd spending her nights in a heated room.

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"april seven" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Lasted three days on the morning of July first advance units of the forces came into contact just outside Gettysburg the sound of battle tractor units and soon the. Inflict raging the confederates applied pressures lowly drove the Yankees through town by evening. The federal troops rallied on the high ground, on the southeastern edge of Gettysburg as more troops arrived union troops formed, a three mile long line running from hill on the right, along cemetery hill cemetery ridge, to the base of little round top, the confederates Gettysburg, and stretched along six mile arc around the union positions. Lee launched the infamous pickett's charge against the union center on July third as pickets force attempt to cross the mile distance to cemetery ridge union, artillery, blue great holes in their lines. Meanwhile, Yankee reflect the main body of pickett's charge and began cutting down the confederates only a few hundred Virginians reach the union line and within minutes. They were all dead dying or captured both armies exhausted, held their positions until of July fourth than Li withdrew the union forces were just too exhausted to pursue them. On one July eighteen ninety eight during the Spanish American war. The US army Fifth Corps engaged Spanish forces at El caney, and San Juan hill included among the US ground troops. Theodore Roosevelt, led rough riders a collection of western Cowboys and eastern blue bloods, officially known as the first US voluntary cavalry on one July our forces attacked the village of L Kenny, and San Juan hill, some eight thousand Americans pressed forward toward San Juan hill, hundreds fell under Spanish gunfire before reaching the base of the heights, where the force split up into two flanks to take San Juan hill and kettle hill. The ref writers were among the troops, attacking kettle hill, the ref writers who had been forced to leave their horses behind led. The charge up the hills. The ref writers and the black soldiers of the ninth and tenth cavalry, regiments were the first up kettle hill, and San Juan hill was taken soon after on July seventeen the Spanish, surrendered q. To the Americans and that military history for today. Skip. It's time for the America report. What do you have all the frontlines of freedom? What our listeners get training? Get armed in that order, we fully support the right to keep them for all law-abiding families. And we encourage you to find out about the laws governing use deadly force in your state and follow them to the letter. And of course, don't forget the follow the rules of safety and common sense, whenever you're carrying a firearm to the ones you love. What story this week? Curdle. Marine veteran Florida was shot and killed last week during a road rage shootout that occurred as he tried to apologize to driver for cutting off in traffic. He burned forty one was driving utility vehicle on April seven when he cut off the driver of a BMW. W F, O RTD reported a friend who was on the phone with burn at the time said he waited for the car to pull up on a stoplight. So he could apologize a passenger in the BMW, Andres Clare, twenty two got out and shot burn in the chest as he sat in his truck. Burn fired back with his own weapon, hitting Sinclair twice. Thanks karl. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration aggressive driving, and road rage are causing serious problems on roads. Here's some stats on the problem. Sixty six percent of traffic fatalities are caused by aggressive driving. Thirty seven percent of aggressive driving incidents involve a firearm males under the age of nineteen of the most likely to exhibit road rage half of drivers who are on the receiving end of an aggressive behavior such as horn honking, a rude gesture or tailgating admit to responding with aggressive behavior themselves over a seven-year period. Two hundred eighteen murders and twelve thousand six hundred ten injuries were attributed to road rage and two percent of drivers admit to trying to run an aggressor off the road. Now folks, those are some scary statistics, I think most people if you drive long enough or going to be involved in a road rage incident, either on the giving or the receiving end. But here's some good tips to help minimize your chances of being injured or killed in a road rage, incident, one do not engage with an aggressive driver. They are not currently in their right mind. Don't honk, your horn flip them off or yell and scream instead, just stay calm and keep driving away to don't commit to a high speed chase. Even if you are trying to get away in doing, so you're endangering yourself and everyone else on the road, not.

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"april seven" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

12:20 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"On eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program email address rushbaugh i've at u._s. just to close the loop on this piece here in the washington times it was a column back on april seven thousand ten by hans a von spot kofsky sounds like a bond villain but he's not he's an academic is an intellectual writing there at the heritage foundation hans a von spit cup ski and here's the upshot of it in nineteen eighty seven july of nineteen eighty-seven the washington times reported that pat lahey had disclosed secret information about nineteen eighty six covert operation planned by the reagan administration topple moammar kadhafi federal intelligence officials told the paper to minister who lahey had communicated a written threat to expose the operation directly to c._i._a. director william case even just weeks later news of the secret plan turned up in the washington post causing it to be aborted now this is what got mr lahey the nickname leaky senator depends this was an attempt to undermine the reagan administrations military operation against qaddafi this is after if you recall What was that pan? Am flight. Whatever it was that was blown up over Lockerbie PanAm, one or three it blew up over Lockerbie Scotland, we found out, who did it, it was, it was agents of Qaddafi, and the first attempt to retaliate way he found out about and blew it. Blow it up on purpose? So when you see things like Democrats made a phone call. Somebody made a phone call to the Iranians, enabling them move civilians into the target area. You don't immediately you. Don't immediately discount it. It's. Not something new, as I say, during the Reagan administration, there were repeated efforts by Democrats. Senator Kennedy practically the entire democrat house caucus. Trying to undermine Reagan with the Soviet Union directly and with one of his clients states. In Nicaragua, here's here's the San Diego story, just to do this San Diego, spending millions to build ill labyrinth tent city tents facility for the homeless. This, this would come into the category. New towns are being developed in California. New towns tent cities, full of formerly homeless people. There's calling it smart growth, my friends, smart growth. The last couple of decades every town city planner in the country, talked about smart growth, California is a leading state in what is called smart growth. I mean smart growth that term even precedes Obama, which everything was doing is called smart, ex smart. Whatever smart, government smart management, smart this. Smart bet smart resistance economics. California leading state and smart growth, which creates housing shortages, and dramatically drives up prices, guess what that causes that causes homelessness. But don't worry because now socialist politicians even desperate Republican ones. Are using tax money to a wreck tense and trailer parks for homeless people. You know, left us could not fix a problem if they're if their if their lives depended on it. All vacant do is somehow come up with what they call a compassionate plan that acknowledges this this new existence. And form of life. They were advocates for shopping carts for the homeless. There's never a solution. There's never anybody who wants to solve at the Democrats want all these situations, so they can blame Republicans for them. and then offer so-called solutions which are nothing more than moderations accommodations so that they can say see how compassionate we are see how much we care so we care is building tents and trailer parks For the homeless. Now, the population of my hometown, Cape. Girardeau Missouri is said to be thirty eight thousand five hundred forty four die. Jed. That's news to me. When I was born, the population was twenty four thousand when I left, it was twenty five thousand. Apparently, it's jumped up there by thirteenth that, well, we'll go with it. That's what that's what you get if you ask Siri. So basically the entire town of Cape. Girardeau missouri. My hometown is living on the streets in Los Angeles. They have a street population of sixty thousand. And they can't figure it out. They don't know why. And they don't know why democrat presidential candidates are not talking about it. Not offering solutions to it. well angeles revealed that the city saw a sixteen percent increase in its homeless population over last year soaring the more than thirty six thousand people living on the streets numbers actually closer now to to sixty san diego is now spending millions of dollars to build elaborate tent facilities for the for the homeless who what would you do russia well you know what i would do i would have done it a long time ago i would have this is the nature of the beast and this is let me give you good definition a to be a good liberal i've always said is one of those gutless choices you could make you know all you have to do to be good liberal you have to see suffering and point to it and say oh my god look at that suffering and you're a great liberal you qualify as being in the top one percent of liberal compassionate people oh my god look at the suffering if you'll come along and you see suffering and you want to get to the bottom of why an offer a solution to it then you are heartless and cold spirit and then you have no compassion whatsoever because you're not you don't see suffering and you don't wanna just stand there and trying to relate to it and understand it you wanna fix it And that shows unbelievably that you have no compassion. want to solve these problems what a figure out why they're happening the reason the left doesn't want to solve the problem is because the south something gotta go no you have to buy you have to get to the route and that route is always going to take you back to liberalism slash socialism slash The democrat party, which an honest assessment will show. They don't solve anything. They get away with making everybody think they care more than anybody else. And they come up with ways to accommodate the problem and make it less challenging for the people. Suffering the province fix it. No way. Salvin no way. Hey, they don't know how because they don't believe in individual prosperity other than for their pre existing rich. they're pre existing donors that's fine but they don't want you'll be coming that they want they want as many people as possible remaining dependent and in that van let's go to the audio soundbites we're talking about the the pain this week of the upcoming democrat debates and i gotta do an attitude adjustment on this i'm looking at this is pain i got look at it as fun you don't remember i'll tell you i have had a friend of mine name you at all no but i'm not gonna mention the name for privacy and security reasons but i had a guest in town back in march for a local golf club member guest tournament this guy big in the news business so the tournament runs thursday friday and saturday and on friday night there was no organized social activity is part of the tournaments had the night off which was a blessing and so my my guess is we've got to watch the democrat town halls on c._n._n. they were lost in texas south by south west no no you watch him i'll set you up a set up in their in theater and you can watch them on the fourteen foot screw no we got to watch it we gotta watch it i so we don't gotta watch we know what's going to be said before we i got to watch it he said so i as a great host Decided to watch it with my buddy. And it was it was Tulsi get what's two hours of this. two hours on c._n._n. presidential town hall of first hour was tulsi gabbard member of the house of representatives from from hawaii and the only thing she said if we were playing a drinking game we get plastered we'd never seen the second hour The only thing she said was that she wants to serve the people to be in service to be of service. She wants to serve it became a joke. The second hour was mayor Pete. Mayor Pete Buddha. Judge? From south bend, Indiana. and i remember about halfway through it i turned to my famous big time news buddy and i said you keep sharp by that because he was laughing at mayor pete he was kind of chuckling and he was making some notes and i said be careful of this guy be careful this guy is is excellent at hiding how radical he is his radical tendencies look very likable i said you make sure you make a note here so it was after that the following monday i came here said keep a sharp i out on on mayor pete and i literally think i'm one of the reasons why they pete started getting some i will never be credited with this of course and i don't want the credit for it i'm actually kind of embarrassed that it happened but i'm not denying played a role in this So mayor Pete. came off extremely well came off as extremely hid not kissed his husband did not kiss his husband on this town hall that was to come later this he was just smolders he could be he had the appropriate slicing and dicing remarks about trump and as i say his real talent was hiding the fact that he's no different than any of the other radical leftist running for president just doesn't come off that way so i was actually kind of glad that my my guest made me watch this stuff and it's the same attitude about these debates starting this week at the big boy table first and then a little while the vin cantabile little kitchen table to debates they can't squeeze them all in there on one stage one date debate because nobody ever chance say anything semi's two of these things i gotta watch and i've got the same attitude no don't make me so i'm doing an attitude adjustment rather than looking at this is the obvious pain that it's going to be i'm trying to look at it as at least the potential for having a lot of fun if you can find fun in listening to a bunch of people literally tell you how they want to destroy the principles and concepts of the founding of this country and that's really what you have to sign up to listen to and in that regard let's go to the audio soundbites and here is crazy bernie we'll start with audio sound bite number two i was off by one election i predicted in two thousand sixteen that it would be hillary clinton who would propose forgiving all student debt just paying it up for everybody and being done with it and she.

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"april seven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:51 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In the month of April seven servicemembers died overseas, supporting operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. That's all through us today. Thank you for sharing part of your Sunday with us. Check out world news tonight. Have a great day. We've been listening to ABC's this week on their roundtable this week Mary Bruce ABC news senior congressional correspondent former Republican governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, Stephanie Brown, James collective pack co-founder and Jonathan swan axios national political reporter the Sunday shows continue in fifteen minutes and the Sunday shows continue in fourteen minutes until then we take you over to C span. Two and book TV's in depth. Our guest today is Kathleen hall Jamieson talking about her books and taking viewer and listener calls. Some of her books include packaging, the presidency and cyber war how Russian hackers and trolls helped elect a president. We went in progress is it desirable. Yes. How are you going to pay for massive tax cut is a desirable? I can see an argument for that. How are we going to pay for it? Are we going to cut spending? But those things are desirable to so I think there's a lands that comes out of coming from a conservative environment in which one was more focus on that set of issues. And I think to the extent that as as when comes into politics and asks what it is that shaped you that coupled with a rigorous environment that says you can always debate any issue yields kind of perspective on politics. It says sometimes the Republicans have good ideas. Sometimes the Democrats have good ideas. I do wanna know on both sides how in the long term are you going to pay for it? How long can we sustain the level of debt and deficit that we've got and because we conservative culture because covering an environment that really respects the fact that the country has had to have a strong defense at key times. Also asking how do we balance social needs military? Meet military needs international needs social needs military. Need is part of the equation as well, let's hear from Philip who's calling. In from Pemberton, New Jersey. Hi, phillip. Good afternoon ban in Jamerson just three questions, and I'll do it real quick should primarily be on the same date and all state second question. Primary should people be allowed to go for the person, regardless of party like we used to do so many years ago and the third one you thought to paper versus electric Calix? Let me let me take your first question is their question. I we need a paper trail on ballot. We need because of the capacity to hack electronic systems, we need for the integrity of the ballot to ensure that there's a way to verify and a paper trail becomes a way to verify. So I am hopeful that our systems are able to have that in place by the time we've out in twenty twenty I don't want to see a primary across the whole nation on one day because across the primary system were able to see the address. The interests of different parts of our country address. But I'd like to see a primaries grouped by issue category. So that we could say there is a clustering of have primaries in which we're going to focus on issues of trade a cluster of primaries, which we're going to focus on how do you ensure that we've got jobs, and those will be in the states that no longer have a strong manufacturing core et cetera. Member States where we're going to focus on issues that concern climb and having to deal with climate because I think there would be higher levels of learning. If we could find a way to get those things clustered in ways that makes sense. And I don't remember your third question closed primaries should primaries be all on the same day. I think on the same day, but the in Pennsylvania, the if you aren't functionally an independent you are disenfranchised. So so they're closed so for practical purposes. Yeah. For practical purposes, they register with one or the other parties because. You wanna be able to vote in the primaries. I would like us system in which voters are able to vote regardless of party identification in primaries. I think that makes a great deal of south. I also like the idea of having candidates who come down one to three in an order being able to rerun against that order, regardless of party. So that we don't have to systematize we're going to have a democrat and a Republican so why not have voting across. And then have as many candidates as the field can sustain and then run off against the candidates atop that might make to Republicans some gazes or three might have three Democrats. You might have three or identified with some party that isn't either one of those the party's hold on the electoral structure is making it harder. I think for third party ideas to come forward and their times in which the third parties have important things to say part of the reason we have much of what we have in our current system in June. The changes occurred in the nineteen hundred came up because the third parties were still able to create some kind. Influence on the rest of the system when you go back to that we possibly can. So the California jungle system where the in the in the Senate race. There was no Republican on on the ballot. But there's also a move to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in California. It would that be legitimate. I don't I want to make sure that when we come in for the coming to run for the presidency that we still have something that provides the ideological coherence underlying parties. But I think for virtually everything else, it makes some sense, particularly the congressional level to simply use the numeric system and then do off Email from Paul Donald Trump has affectively used non factual statements to get elected and to support his agenda should Democrats in his opponents start using non factual statements to support their own candidacies and goals. Thank you. We'll let you break down that Email. Well, he made to definitive statements. Yeah. So I. I think we need to step way back from this discussion and ask what is it about factitious ity that matters. And why do we have that we have to protect factitious? If you think the unemployment rate is forty two percent, and you make that case to the country, and you act on the assumption that that is a correct statement that it's forty two percent. He will put in place policies that will be highly problematic. If the unemployment rate is actually four percent or five percent. The factual underpinnings of policy decisions actually matter. And as a result, we have to have places that we can go to to trust that their methodology is sound and being perfected when it's challenged and that it's being honestly, deployed with no partisan input whatsoever. So we have to assume that our bureau of labor statistics is telling us something important that lets us track data across time. For example. We have to say that the gross domestic product means something and across time. It's tracking something that is important with other kind of factual underpinning. We can't engage in intelligent policymaking. We can't engage in intelligent legislation. So some statements that are not factual are more problematic than others because they bear more on policy-making capacity, and they intrude more on our capacity to get it. Right. When they have gotten it wrong in that context when a democrat or Republican engages in statistical manipulation. Misstatement of something, and then feels coming upon himself or herself to act on it. It is problematic regardless of party. Before we run out of time. But we always ask our guests here on in depth what they're reading what some of their favorite books are. And we asked the same of Dr Kathleen hall Jamieson. So just want to make sure that you get a chance to see this list that she has provided us favorite books. Gary wills Lincoln Gettysburg Alice. Walker the color purple and James Joyce, the dead. James Joyce, the dead. I'll let you come on. I think that is a brilliant story that is highly vodka tive and tells us something very important about human, memory and human regret. It's also beautifully written. And if I had to pick just one thing that I would want to read and reread in moments when I have doubts about the human condition. I would actually read it. The one of the reasons that I think we've read is for function, and particularly economics professors, usually say to professor what are you reading in the answer is I'm reading in the areas when I'm writing at there has to be part of our life that isn't that? And I use James Joyce in general that piece in particular as a reminder, not to get too enmeshed in a world in which I'm only reading things that are highly functional for me because they contain information I need in order to be able to write and teach intelligently. Kathleen hall Jamieson is currently reading Elisa griswald book, amity and prosperity one family in the fracturing of America. She thinks ingested to run for office in Kansas now because of that book. No, I'm sorry. That's that's this is about fracturing. I got the wrong candidate strike that. Yes. Dan, Egan the death and life of the Great Lakes. Richard powers. The over story, you mentioned David blight earlier poets. Prize winner for Frederick Douglass profit of freedom. Geoffrey Stewart, the new negro life of lock I believe he won the Pulitzer as well. This is by the way, one of my secrets about how to determine what I'm going to read outside the areas, I'm writing about I try to read the Faulkner winters on the Pulitzer winters because why would you not take advantage of all that talent that went through all that trouble to figure out that these are things worth reading it there? There are few disappointments in following that as a guide into summer reading Ben Bradley, jR, the forgotten how the people of one Pennsylvania county elected, Donald Trump and changed America. That's their out of my reading because we're engaged in functional reading where mounting and election study now for twenty twenty and we're trying to find the counties across the United States that are going to be the most interesting to us trying to understand how communication works. And so we're looking for counties that supported President Obama and then supported President Trump. And here's a book that focuses on one of those counties and as. Resulted got on my reading list because I need to know more about Lucerne county in Pennsylvania. Patrick Lawrence, Kansas. Please go ahead. Good afternoon. Professor jameson. I'm in my fourth decade of enjoying and learning through your commentary. Thank you have a question about the Hillary Clinton's comment about the basket of deplorables. Can you explain why she made that comment? Why she did it in the particular audience that she made it to. And while was the impact Patrick before we hear from professor Jameson. What do you think the impact was? I'm from Kansas and the most people were shocked at at the arrogance or the insensitivity or the tone deafness of that statement. Now, you're from Lord you live in Lawrence Kansas university town, maybe a little more liberal were you offended by that comment? I was. What are you doing? I'm from actually from rural western Kansas. I live here. Now. What are you doing Lawrence? I. Yeah. I was I was offended by it. What are you doing Lawrence? Patrick. I work in Kansas City. I'm tax attorney. Thank you, sir. One of the the ways in which we assess candidates is a uses as our filter. What do they really believe? And we spent a lot of time trying to figure that out and candidates are so scripted much of the time some candidates are. So scripted much of the time. There are exceptions that when we find an extemporaneous utterance, we tend to treat it as having special evidentiary value. And so for example, when candidate Obama talks about people clinging to their guns into their religion. When candidate Romney talks about the forty seven percent who wouldn't support a Republican anyway at cetera, and when Hillary Clinton dismisses half of Trump candidate, Trump supporters as a basket of deplorables. Those are moments that become very strong indictment in the hands of those on the other side because of our tendency to think that's what they must believe because they've said it in private one way to ask what the effect is is to ask how much it's reused inside the political. Dialogue. The each of those statements separately were used extensively against the candidate. In the first case the statement was used by Hillary Clinton against him in the Pennsylvania. Primary various actively in two thousand eight the Romney statements used by the Obama campaign very effectively against him in national advertising. And the deplorable statement was used across the communication of the Trump campaign as well as in social media against Hillary Clinton every voter needs to ask in those moments filtered by their own ideology. What do I make of those in Hillary Clinton's case what made it particularly problematic was that her slogan was stronger together? And if you're strokes woken stronger together, but you regard half of your opposing candidates, constituents voters as a basket of deplorables. It doesn't sound as if you actually are living with conviction the expression that's in your slogan. And so what I can say is that was problematic for those individuals. Who at that point didn't like both of the candidates very much, but might have been disposed to cast the democratic vote, but nonetheless, we're not terribly fond of Hillary Clinton probably were not anchored to political party that is they were probably saying they were independence rather than saying. They were Democrats or Republicans and we're undecided at the point at which the statement was made once you've decided for whom to vote you tend to hold that position. But in two thousand sixteen more people than historically usual. We're still undecided light in.

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"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

"Is Thursday, April seven ethyl Kennedy. Turns ninety one years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Justice department has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in an alleged computer hacking conspiracy as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the charges were announced following Assange arrest earlier today in London. The Justice department has charged Assange with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. The indictment alleges that in March twenty ten Assange entered into an agreement with then US army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to help manning crack a password for US defense department computers. The indictment says Assange also actively encouraged manning to provide WikiLeaks with more classified information. Manning didn't deed, give WikiLeaks thousands of classified government documents which WikiLeaks then made public. Assange was arrested Thursday by British authorities in London. The Justice department says it is working with United Kingdom on a Sandra's extradition. Ryan, Lucas NPR news, Washington. A British judge has now convicted Assange skipping and earlier bail in twenty twelve that's when Assange fled to the. Ecuadorian embassy to avoid questioning in Swedish sexual assault investigation. Vice President Mike Pence travels to the US Mexico border today to receive a briefing on asylum seekers from member station K J, Z Z Mitchell. Marie Cocco has more Pence will tour the border fence around the Gallus a border town that has been the mum the calmest of the cities along the US Mexico line Novellus has not experienced sheer numbers of asylum seekers seen in places like western Arizona or the Rio Grande valley of Texas customs and border protection has warned at the situation. In those areas is not sustainable as agents arrested more than ninety thousand people the majority families and children travelling alone last month Pence's visit comes just a day after the homeland security department was left with an acting secretary following the resignation Sunday of Kirsten Nielsen for NPR news. I'm ten muddies school aircraft maker Boeing is undertaking. A global campaign to try to regain the confidence of.

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"april seven" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Show. Breaking news is that the the secretary Kristin Nelson has resigned she said in part of her resignation letter, quote, I can say with confidence or homemade sabre today than when I joined the administration, but she's in her letter said Mr President here by resigned from the position of secretary of the department of homeland security, effective, April the seventh if you look at your watch right now, you'll know that today is April seven is been my great honor to lead the men and women of the department as it's six secretary. I cannot be prouder of and more humbled by their service education and commitment to keep our country safe from all, threats and hazards. I join on Americans and thing them for their sacrifice, and those families we'll have more on this resignation. What this means for the border security issue? This administration in just a moment before that I want to talk to you about a. Women that you've probably seen for years. I thinking even say decades on TV meteorologist, Jennifer, Jane, you know, her from FOX's Jones, the senior meteorologist at Fox News. She also serves as the morning meteorologist, many of you that watch FOX and friends would know her from there. She has her new book out about her professional life. Her personal life setbacks and things that many people find very interesting. About her new memoir mostly sunny how I learned to keep smiling through the rainiest days. This book is one that I would encourage you to grab and joining me now good friend of mine. Janice dean from FOX's channel. Congratulations on your new book. Thanks for coming on the bent Ferguson show. And it's gotta be a unique situation to be into say, I'm gonna sit back and write a book about my life. Was that hard to do because you are so honest in your book with your readers about some of the ups and downs in your personal life your career and the metoo movement and everything else. I can't imagine that had to be too, right? First of all, thank you for having me. It's good to talk to you. It's good to talk to all of your listeners. And thank you for having me on a very busy breaking news night. I absolutely. I know your listeners are waiting for updates. And of course, I know you'll have them. But again, I'm so grateful for you know, for your friendship, and of course, the Fox News viewers that watch us every morning. I, you know, I didn't find the process of writing the book that difficult. I just started by writing about events in my life that I thought were important to me and events that I thought sort of shaped my journey, or you know, sort of pit stops along the way where I had a pin or a moment where I was like, okay. This is changing the course of you know, my life here. So I started writing chapters about things that impacted me that I know, you know, certainly were bumps in the road perhaps or really wonderful funny moments like the birth of my two kids or meeting. My husband. So I just started writing chapters about those moments, and then it started to take shape. I think the hardest part was putting everything in chronological order because I had kind of written it just these these moments that I remember were were landmark moments in my journey. You know, I think so many different people when you see them on TV, you see them, and I have people that same thing. They say to me is you know, I see you on TV. I see what you do a great job or I hate you. And I hope you die. It's really because when you talk, especially for my perspective, politics, you have so many people now that can reach out through social media you on the other hand your meteorologist. So some of that, you may be you would think people would think that you're going to be immune to it. You're not going to have to that. That's not the case you have to deal with people being so nasty on social media. And that's something else that you talked about in this book. Absolutely. So that was an important part you through your career in radio and television. You're obviously, you know, people are watching you or they're listening to you. And they feel like they know you, and and in certain ways, they do know you, and I think I've been really honest throughout my career both in radio and television about moments in my life. That I wanted to share with the audience. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis almost fifteen years ago. I was very open about sharing that and through that journey people have been very supportive, but I will say, you know, being on television and having to kids I remember even before the social media takeover with Twitter and Facebook, I would get emails from viewers when I was eight months pregnant saying, you know, what do you have in that kid you're blocking the state of wherever they live my hometown of blank. So I would get these emails at I I I you know, I thought they were sort of Maine, and then I would kind of joke about them. But I I will say some of those emails, I do, you know, take personally, I'm I'm, you know, I don't have sheet of armor on me. I do take things, you know, pretty sometimes to heart. So there was one specific Email that I received or it was on Facebook. I think just about a year ago. Oh that was talking about how my legs were offensive to them. How they were. You know, they weren't thin like most anchors and the skirts that I would was wearing we're you know, I shouldn't be wearing them. So it was a, you know, a comment on my appearance and having been diagnosed with MS I could use. I could lose the use of my legs at any moment. You know? That's sometimes that's a reality reality. There are people have MS that are in wheelchairs, and that certainly could be in my future. So I thought it was important to sort of, you know, bring attention to this person and also sort of teach them a lesson of, you know, don't judge a person until you really walk in their shoes. And you know, what if you don't like my big strong legs than you can turn the channel here the times that I'm on the Fox News channel. So I think sometimes it's important to address the bullies and stand up for yourself. You know, you mentioned something in such a casual way, and I I remember when at least it became public. You may. Not even remember this. But I started my first TV appearance was actually on the Arale factor when I was seventeen and the rest is history. And I remember meeting you one day when I was doing I think it was a FOX and friends hit or Shepard Smith show. I mean, this is we're talking long time ago. And you were so kind of very few people in this business. I say an I mean, it are genuinely sincere are kind people. There's a lot of people that are very competitive nature. A lot of people that, you know, they're the, you know, get out of my way, I've got to be on TV, leave me alone. Don't talk to me. And you're always gracious. And I remember when it came out you announce your diagnosis with MS talked to people about how you found out about that. It was at a younger age, your family woman, your professional career. And all of a sudden, you find out the, and you went in continued to go to work and people didn't even realize I didn't how it probably affects you. Because you were such a professional and so- smiling. So happy on TV. Well, and that sort of changes you right? I think if you deal with something in your life that, you know, a health issue. I for me, it's an asset to chronic health issue that I'm going to have for the rest of my life. You do realize that there where your priorities are the important things and that is my family. That's my husband. My career was very important to me for many many years. I mean, I'm a kid from Ottawa Canada that moved to New York City land this great job of a lifetime at Fox News. And then a year later, I'm diagnosed with us. So it was very dark period of my life, very challenging one in my life. But I had such wonderful support it it took me a while to find the right doctor that I that I that I really loved and appreciated, and I talk about that in the book how important it is for us to find somebody that that we trust when it comes to our health care. So. I think I've always been someone that's been empathetic. And as always. Loved being around people. But I think being diagnosed with MS certainly made me makes me more aware of the very important things. And that is being kind to people you never know what somebody is going through. So I think, you know, the easiest thing the greatest thing that we can do is just be kind to each other by guests with me is the chief meteorologist at Fox News channel, you see her on FOX and friends daily Janssen the Booker autobiography is our memoir mostly sunny how I learned to keep smiling through the rainiest days. One of the things in your book that you seem to be very candid about is is a work environment that you experienced. Even back in your days when you were on I Mus and then moving forward at FOX, and then seeing the implosion of the leadership at FOX, and you still being there talk to people that been about how much that this world has changed that you started in. And is it clearly for the better now because we have so much more openness or you concern that there is even we've gone too far. Sometimes the me too movement. Well, that's a good question. And you know, I look at what's happening with Joe Biden right now and people have asked me what my thoughts are with that. And they are I understand both sides. I understand the side of the females that were very uncomfortable in the situation, but didn't really have a forum or venue to say or they were afraid to say I'm uncomfortable with this stop it, especially where there's a power dynamic. So I understand that side of it. And I also understand the other side of it is Joe Biden has always been this way. He's very affectionate per. Person you know, to Domus a love them. So do you think he should have apologized? You know, people were criticizing him for his his his, hey, I understand personal spaces. He put it. I understand things have changed. And and I respect that. But he didn't he didn't just say, I'm sorry. Do you think you needed to how hard would it have been for Joe Biden to apologize? I mean, I think he should have. He obviously, you know, I really truly know know what it's like to be a situation where you are uncomfortable with what's going around your environment as if it's a work environment or you have somebody. That's in a power dynamic where you are subordinate. I've been in those physicians throughout my broadcasting career where I write about this one particular mother what I was working for I'm s and I had a co worker that would try to massage my back in the newsroom in front of people, and I was very uncomfortable. But they're. Was a power dynamic there. But I didn't know what to say I just kind of laughed it off and kind of moved away. But now is the time where we feel we have a voice. So I understand these women that are coming out. I also believe that it is a political moment that that that maybe it's the timing for them to do. This is going to maybe help someone else instead of Joe Biden. But why couldn't he have apologized? What I think that would have brought some good I understand that. He's trying to say, I, you know, I get what's going on in this movement right now. And that we I can't be a certain way. But why couldn't you apologize for the woman women at that particular moment that may be felt uncomfortable. So this is an important moment that we're in. I do believe the pendulum has has really gone to the far right or to the far left, and we have to kind of come down to the middle. But I have been in moments in my career, not only. During the days. But with Roger Ailes that I that I write about in for people that are listening..

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"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

"Sunday, April seventh twenty nineteen all that coming up after this newscast. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm trial Snyder. Fresh fighting is being reported today near the Libyan capital of Tripoli the seat of the UN back government. The leader of the Libyan national army pressing ineffective against Tripoli the BBC's Sebastian usher reports on the full day of general heft as offensive the US's evacuates to contingent of its forces from Tripoli with the fast and furious. Craft the UN is due to pull out non-essential stuff as well. Heavy clashes have started again around the disused international airport, which has been the focus of fighting for days further from the front lines in Tripoli people are trying to go about their lives normal. But with the continue watchful eye on developments, many of those near the fighting remaining in their homes for now afraid of looting if they leave some have spoken of fears of a long siege. As general have to mounted for several years to take the eastern city of Benghazi Francis today issued an appeal to look to others with charity. It comes after he blamed the arms trade. By Europe and the US for fuelling complex causing victims in Syria. Yemen, f- ghanistan NPR's, Sylvia parolee reports. Pope made the remarks in an off the cuff encounter with students. The reason there are so many wars in the world today. The pope said is rich Europe and America sell weapons used to kill children and kill people. Otherwise, he added. There would be no war in Afghanistan. Yemen and Syria a country that produces and sells weapons Francis said has on its conscience, the death of every child and the destruction of each family, and he urged young people to speak out about these issues without fear on the issue of by grins, the pope disputed government's concerns over rising crime rates to keep asylum-seekers out. In Italy said foreigners are not the source of most prime the mafia was not invented by Nigerians the mafia ours, and he stressed that Europe was made by migrants and migrants bring us wealth, Sylvia, Pohjola, NPR news Rome as Trump is now. Back at the White House following a trip that included an appearance at this weekend's annual meeting of the Republican Jewish coalition in Las Vegas now. The democrat destroying the race for president Kabeer Ponti of member station. W case you reports that Ohio congressman Tim Ryan kicked off his campaign since two thousand three congressman Tim Ryan has represented Youngstown where the rally took place in a region that has struggled with job loss along with the rest of the rust belt. It's also an area that swung right to elect President Trump in two thousand sixteen in his speech. Ryan hit on that. The even said he wants the country to be less polarized things. Go up and things go down. But if we're not United we are not going to be able to fix these structural problems that we have in the United States in two thousand seventeen Trump held a rally in Youngstown and told the audience that jobs would be coming back to the region. Ryan has been critical of the president in the wake of GM's announcement last year that it would close its plan to nearby Lordstown for NPR news, I'm Kabeer Bhatia. And you're listening to NPR news. And Rwanda today's commemorations or the.

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"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on KCRW

"Time from the album, XYZ fanatic. Did you know that April of our first Sunday in April together is April seven we will have a guest who's gonna do what the guests usually do. They hijacked the entire show. And we get to hear what they want us to here. And I haven't told you the names as we get closer to April seven I'm going to start hinting at who this very cool special guest is we may have just heard that special guest in the last block. Before XYZ was the scientists channeling the great Alan Vega. Try cold Raver by the big, man. Alan Vega from their nineteen eighty five record heading for a trauma the album is in difficult to find. But do you have the test pressing of it haw before the scientists was since Ross Cereso thea pan, Ron and DARA jump Sean attract hole where are you from the from the Cambodian rocks? Compilation CD fanatic relieve you two songs soccer team doing solid ring fighters from volunteered. Civility and professionalism on the great discord label never came out on L P, sadly just on CD that one deserves the LP treatment. Then we're gonna leave you with a demo from public enemy a demo version of public enemy number one. So that's what you're gonna get soccer team in public enemy fanatic on behalf of me. Henry Rollins, your voice choice, my brother and sonic..

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"april seven" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"april seven" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"I think that's says something about him. It's amazing that he still has like a sort of vital relevance. At this stage the guy debuted in two thousand eight against Purdue. Remember that way knocked them out. Yeah. I mean, that's a long time to be in this and he's fighting. Yeah. He's been fighting monsters the whole way, and the fact that we're still debating link is he still have it and most of a sort of think, well, I think he does that says something about his competitive. I think he's that good. He's also smart guy. Like, you said he gained plans a little more than some of the other heavyweights and things like that. So it looks like from what I can tell from trinity Tiki trains, incredibly hard. Yeah. Here's the one thing. It's like for me. It's like all roads lead to Francis. I think because if Derek Lewis wins knocks out GTS, you're like, well, okay. I can't imagine many fights that suck that bad. You would wanna see run back with that might be one of them. And he's run they're losing and Francis. I think a separate about one in the rankings. Okay. But then if you're yes, you don't necessarily have to go to Francis. But you don't run steep it back because they already ran that back in Dallas and steep finish them in under around. So that doesn't make any sense which believes steep weird position question for the table who does steep abo chicks want to win this weekend. Jeez. I would I would say Derek Lewis. No, he doesn't steep a wants JD to win because he knows you see a backup your point will not make that trilogy. But if Derek Lewis wins that means steep as one step further from getting a title shot because they'll go if you haven't fought Lewis yet Lewis has revived. But you still have to fight for. I mean, do we really think that steep is going to get an immediate title shot? I do not believe this at this point. Going to have to fight somebody. That is I don't know. But when are we the pro the question is when are we going to find out about Brock, and I think Dana said it himself in the post by press conference on Saturday saying I haven't heard Bronco call me when he's ready. You know, we know he's tied up through even if he's not been not Brock listener that I think that they would still go somebody else. We're wrestlemania April seventh so soon. Okay, soon housing do think you could find it for that right away. He's in good. He's in great shape. And he's barely on TV. He's you know, he's on the TV every three weeks. So. Well, it'll be interesting to see what happens heavyweight division again. Not the biggest stakes in the woman's pretty big ones. Anything else from the card that anyone cares about you want me to go first on that. I have one that actually really like Anthony Rocco. Martin is on this hard. Anthony Martin was Tony Martin when he first get into the UFC. He came as a purple belt. I believe he has advanced a black belt. I think he's still at ATT. He's killing Harrison's boyfriend. But of course, that's not really relevant. But we'll see here. I think corner him which makes sense, honestly. But in any event, here's a guy who I think came in as a good fighter, and it still remains to be seen. Exactly what his upside is. But he has turned on a ferocity that has mashed his the development of his game. He's going out there and ruining people and then getting on the Mike and and sticking it. Everyone's face a little bit. The grew up the chops. He went back to the old school name like he's got some swag, man. He has got some, and I am he's on the prelims card still which kind of bums me out, but his girlfriend's a millionaire. Got nothing to lose. I'm glad you're you're Brian in any event. I'm looking for to see them what he has going on the table other team means versus Nico price..

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