35 Burst results for "At Least One Thing"
Gov. Abbott: No Laws I Signed Had Any Intersection With Shooting
"You talked about the rollback of any of the legislation that I signed this past session Let's be clear about one thing None of the laws that I signed this past session had any intersection with this crime at all No law that is not allowed him to get a gun The gun that he did get and so again there was nothing about the laws from this past session that has any relevancy to the crime that did occur here With regard to special session let me just say this and that is first of all all options are on the table Second most importantly to your point do we expect laws to come out of this devastating crime The answer is absolutely yes And there will be laws in multiple different subject areas For example I do fully expect to have every law that we pass in the aftermath of the Santa Fe shooting to be completely revisited and first we need to gain the information about exactly what happened at the school to find out the extent to which those laws were complied with to the extent that they were not complied with to find out what shortcomings allowed the city to occur And right there is what I said in the first hour which your Congress refuses to do Which your major media refused to do He wants to look at everything and anything Once we get the facts Schumer said no Waltman said no at the post My liberal friend who wrote me said no Guns That's it
Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special
"Well, Ricky Gervais is back. This time with his new Netflix special, it's called super nature. That means I'm going to watch tonight. We saw a little clip on social media, really great stuff, taking on identity politics, taking on the trends issue. And look, you know, interesting thing about Ricky Gervais, and I think probably the same thing could be said of Dave Chappelle. Here are a few quotes from Gervais. He goes, he goes, I'm going to leave it into annoy people. He goes, in other words, comedy is not about respecting taboos. He goes, I talk about aids, famine, canceled the Holocaust rape pedophilia, but know the one thing you mustn't joke about his identity politics. He goes, the one thing you should never joke about is the trans issue. They just want to be treated equally. He goes, I agree. That's why I include them. What a profound statement. You want to be treated equally. Well, that includes the right to be lambasted along with the rest of us. So Ricky Gervais is not willing to make some kind of immunity. And Netflix now I think is beginning to realize that look, you know, it's one thing to start Netflix has a woke staff. And when Chappelle did his special called the closer, the Netflix left us all said, what we're going to do a walkout and they were trying to bring the company to its knees. But it seems like Netflix even though run by a leftist big Obama worshipper. They kind of Netflix regrouped. And I think they realized, wait a minute, you know, we, we got rid of Luis. CK, we got rid of Bill Burr. We got rid of Dave Chappelle. We got rid of Ricky Gervais. Well, who's left? What happens to comedy when comedy becomes nothing more than something that is captive to the prejudices of this woke
Reflecting on the Recent Georgia State Elections
"This week, I just sort of wanted to spend some time to take a few episodes in this one being one. To just catch up on some issues that we may not have had a lot of time with. And doing so, the first thing I want to catch up with is this week is election week here in Georgia, Alabama, you had Arkansas, some have called it the SEC primary. That happened. And we just coming off the results in Georgia and I'll tell you what was struck out to me the first and foremost is the power of the incumbency. And also, frankly, the power of people, it looks like to warm move on from the election of 2020. And as one of the issues that has came up in Georgia, you saw the governor Brian Kemp, you saw the attorney general Chris Carr, you saw Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, John King, whose insurance commissioner all win without a runoff. In fact, last night, it looks like there's is coming along these timing. You may not have a statewide runoff in Georgia. The last one out there is still lingering a little bit and by the time the podcast is out, probably will in the next few hours we will have the results that Bert Jones may have avoided a run off there. Why is this significant? It's significant in the sense that it shows you what we talk about with chip like the other day. We talked about a politics. Politics is fundamentals. Politics comes down to a lot. It is important. Donald Trump's endorsement is still one of the most powerful endorsements in the Republican primaries and in these races going forward. We've seen that in Ohio. We've seen it in Pennsylvania. What we had not seen in Georgia was the power of the incumbency, which we did not have in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and some of these
China Conducts Military Exercise Around Taiwan to Warn U.S.
"China followed Joe Biden's vow to defend Taiwan militarily rights Bloomberg by announcing it held military exercises close to the democratically ruled island underscoring its anger over the U.S. stand You notice how more confrontational and China is becoming The air and sea combat readiness patrol was a solemn warning about the recent collusion between the U.S. and Taiwan colonel Xi Yi said in a statement yesterday from the eastern theater command of the People's Liberation Army The command which is headquartered in the eastern city of Nanjing Didn't say when exactly the exercises were conducted on the Taiwan issue the U.S. side says one thing and does another giving repeated encouragement to Taiwan independent forces He said this is hypocritical and futile only lead the situation to a dangerous situation It will also face serious consequences So he's threatening us
Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill
"To the back to back mass shootings in Buffalo and uvalde Texas failed in the Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on hate crimes and gun safety Majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll give bipartisan negotiators in the Senate about two weeks while Congress is away for a break to try to forge a compromise Texas Republican John cornyn says this must make a difference One thing we should not do is try to pass something that will have absolutely no impact on incidents like this just to score political points or make ourselves feel good Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy is optimistic I am hopeful there is growing momentum but I have had
Dinesh and Debbie Discuss Firearms in the Classroom
"You know, I finally saw on social media. I just wanted those collages of all the faces of those kids. And it kind of hit me because all those kids have families. Just think about it. Babies on either babies. And you know, I was listening to the news this morning where one of the teachers, I think she was a teacher that was near that classroom. And she was sobbing. She was like, you know, we thought we were so scared, we all thought we were going to die. Because of course she heard the gunfire and all of that. And just, you know, I'm a former teacher, as you know, I taught elementary middle school and high school. And the first thing that I would have done, of course, is protect my students because the parents entrust me and doing that. And I think if I had been a teacher today, I would have definitely fought to have a firearm with me at all times. As a teacher, because as you know, I'm a holder and I was trained, I also did tactical training, which really helped me with moving targets and all of that. So I feel like I could have been well equipped to do that. I don't recommend that for somebody that is not careful with the firearm or confident with a firearm. And as you know, when you have a firearm, you are always having to practice. That is one of the things that they say that when you have a gun, you have to make sure that you know how to use it. And that you don't forget because that is something that can happen.
Why Biden's Gun Control Would Only Hurt Law Abiding Citizens
"There's so much for us to talk about. I'm so frustrated with what's going on. But I need an expert to give us insight because as a layperson or a person who may not be an expert, I'm just a common sense citizen, I feel like the proposal for new laws as if it's going to stop some of these incidents is absolutely absurd. John, what is your take on that? Right. Well, it's great to be on your show. I haven't been on before, and I appreciate you having me on. You got some big shoes to fill there with Larry. I've known new Larry for literally decades. But I appreciate you hitting me on. Look, the one thing I agree with Biden from his talk last night was that we need to do something. But as you say, I think that the touch proposals he's putting forward, the only people that are going to be disarmed are basically going to be law abiding citizens. So you have this background check on private transfers of guns. I'd like somebody to point out one single mass public shooting. This century that would have been stopped if such a law had been in effect nationally and had been perfectly enforced.
Jeff James: We Have to Stop Being Indenial About School Shootings
"The first thing I will tell you in my experience with consulting with school districts the first thing that needs to be gotten rid of is the denial that this kind of thing is going to happen I will go to school districts as a consultant and I also deal with private businesses and I will literally hear people say it's never going to happen here And look there's almost 200,000 public schools in America By the time you add in parochial schools charter schools and private schools you're well over 200,000 There aren't going to be 200,000 school shootings But to think with everything we see that you are immune to it is wrong So the first thing that needs to be gotten rid of is that denial And you're right The second thing is we need to harden these places An interesting article that I read today by a former colleague of ours Donahue talked out that you don't see this in inner city schools because what do initial schools do They're big brick buildings with armed guards and metal detectors So you're not seeing this kind of thing happen very much in their seat unless it's a targeted attack One gang against another But these bad guys do research too We've seen that in these previous shootings that they won't look for soft targets So if you're not doing doing the things layered security the ability to deny access to people who come up and just push the buzzer and say hey I want to come in Hardening your glass And look we know securities can be expensive and it can be inconvenient But if you're not putting some kind of layers in place you're just you're setting yourself up for failure
Dinesh and Debbie's Hearts Go Out to the Uvalde, Texas Families
"And W and I have been talking almost nonstop about this horrific school shooting in Texas. And I mean, you have a lot of thoughts about this. Let's try to make sense of it. We're getting a certain message from the media. Well, before we talk about that, I just want to say how, you know, we are really praying for the families affected. I can not even imagine a begin to imagine what it feels like to have a child butchered in this way. And how to, you know, wait until evening to find out if they're dead or alive. I can't even imagine. So our thoughts and prayers are with the families and the victims of this horrible shooting. What's the latest 19? So yeah, 19 and two teachers, I believe, is the total so far. I think there's some people in the hospital still in critical condition so it could go up. But it's really horrible. And I told you that I always, every time there's a shooting like this, the left goes nuts. First of all, they start with, okay, let's take away everyone's guns. That's the first thing that they say. And you know, nobody wants to hear politicizing it, either side, I think it's a tragedy and it is what it is. But the problem with these types of tragedies is that these people, the left, loves to use them as excuses for confiscation of any kind of weapon for anyone, not just if you're a criminal because this is the takeaway is that they want to they want to make it harder for people to get weapons. And that's fine, as you know, I have I own two guns and of course they have to run a background check on me and I welcome that. I do not have any issues. With that, of course, I am a healthy person. I am not mentally ill, and so therefore it is perfectly fine with me. The problem comes when they don't know if the person is mentally ill or not. And this child, well, I guess adults. 18, so he's not a child. I had a lot of mental issues. I'm not going to get into those right now because I don't want people to think I'm playing politics either. I don't want to go there. But any anyone that would kill their own grandmother or try to kill their own grandmother, and then go off and do this, is not writing on all
Dr. Naomi Wolf Outlines the Unconstitutional WHO Treaty
"This is a guest I've wanted to have on for quite some time. Someone who has just been one of the most articulate and courageous communicators during all of this nonsense that we lived through at the last couple of years, as she is the author of an upcoming book, the bodies of others. The new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. It comes out in just about a week, and I want to ask her about all sorts of different things. It is the wonderful doctor Naomi wolf, doctor. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. So I want to just dive right into it. Something's happening rather consequential in Geneva in the coming days. Tell us about what's happening with the World Health Organization world health assembly. Is this an attempt to try to usurp our sovereignty? All the warnings you just heard are absolutely correct. They're not exaggerated. And we need to be extremely, extremely worried. No alarm is too great for what we're facing. She was incredibly out of summary of the danger, but basically I've got a chapter in the bodies of others explaining that the nation state is the one thing, a nation state with secure borders, you know, I'm pro league of immigration. I'm the daughter of immigrants, but the globalists absolutely love dissolving national borders and they love weakening people's allegiance to their local or national identity national language, national culture, erasing national histories. And the reason they love it is just what we're seeing with the World Economic Forum. It makes people weaker at the grassroots level and empowers these oligarchs. And so it's a 1000% correct that if the U.S. becomes a signatory to the World Economic Forum proposal treaty, we can expect to see mercenaries on our shores or we can expect to see as miss bachman pointed out U.S. Military doing the bidding of the
Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities
"How do we get around this issue of 90 plus percent of the black community votes Democrat? An issue like an abortion which should be a very personal choice, a choice about your values your ethics is suddenly radicalized in one direction racialized by a party. And then when you look at the actual facts, take the politics out of it, you look at the fact that 40% of all abortions are black babies. Correct. Despite the fact that the black population is only 12% of the nation and you've got hang on, there's a factor of four more black abortions. I don't want to be monolithic, but doesn't the black community ever get pissed and say, that's just wrong. Yeah, I mean, it's complex. So there are black voters, many of whom are socially conservative who are personally and I'm sure you heard this term personally pro life, right? But politically pro choice. Right. That's the classic politicians get out. Correct, right? And you saw this actually when during the 2020 campaign where particularly older black church going women were seen to be the demographic group that was going to help at that time, candidate Joe Biden in South Carolina, for instance, in that primary. And there are a lot of women, particularly in that category. It is a paradox because these are people again who, if you ask them whether they think a man can become a woman, they probably say no. If you ask them whether they think abortion should be legal up until 9 months, they'd probably say no. But they vote for Democrats anyway. And I think a big part of it is because the one thing that Democrats hold, in my opinion, over the black community is the issue of race and racism. So what they do is they say, well, if you don't vote for us, you're going to get the Republicans and they're going to take you back to Jim Crow two.
Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?
"What I do know, though, is that we shouldn't allow evil to spread just because we think Jesus is coming next Thursday, right? That's not the right, that's not the right, but anyway, I think that there's a conservative revival that we're on the cusp of where people don't just have a yearning for nostalgia, but they realize that if you allow what I call the locusts, which is the left, they will destroy everything that is good true and beautiful. Can you name one thing these people have captured and do not destroy? They've destroyed everything that they get control of. They've destroyed the Boy Scouts, which is a completely and totally obliterated. They destroyed classical music, Hollywood, professional sports, American politics, our tech companies. And it's because inherent they don't actually build new things, nor are they concerned with preserving good things, they just care about taking them over for their own very, very specific radical ideology. So the opportunity ahead of us is, wow, most people really want what they once had. That is a kind of a premonition, is a canary in the coal mine that people want to go back to the very roots. Well, the roots that built everything that built our country, which of course is the Bible and the Christian
Why You Should Have a Heart for the Cowardly
"Again. So the cowardly are this. These are people that mean well. I want us to have a heart for the cowardly, okay? I want us to go find the cowardly pastor. You know who they are. No, seriously. I mean this. Cowards can be fixed. The last category is going to take some real conversion. I'll get to that in a second. That's where we need the divine intervention. But cowardly requires a courageous person to challenge the coward. So a good action item is for the downtrodden. But honestly, they're not bad already. Anytime anyone talks too loud, they like run out of a room, right? They shouldn't be in the ministry, but they are. Okay, there's nothing. No, that's true. They shouldn't be. But they are. And they're running a church. You should say, hey, God wants you to take stands on things that matter in the nation that you are in. Come on, I'll take the arrows for you. Can you just do one sermon about the reversal of roe versus wade? Can you just do? Can you show up to one thing? Everyone in this room, I want you to challenge the other pastors in this community because courage begets
Stephen Miller: Our Founders Wanted to Make It Hard to Enter Treaties
"A major attack on our liberty and our system of representative government then by conferring by granting a foreign entity sovereign control over significant healthcare decisions in our own country we would have to abide by what they say and we would have no recourse as citizens with anything or anyone Isn't this a direct conflict with our constitutional system Yes it renders the treaty clause null and void as you know is one of our nation's foremost constitutional scholars The founders wanted to make it exceptionally difficult to enter into binding agreements which is why there's such a high vote threshold for a treaty although I would suggest to you that because of the nature of this agreement it is not something that would be constitutional for 45 other reasons that we could go through due process and unreasonable seizure and all the different kinds of ways that they're going to be invading the lives of private citizens as a result of this agreement in a future real or imagined public health emergency But as the most basic level it does violate the treaty clause of the constitution as the most effective simplest argument in a court of law and so that's the reason why my organization has said to the Biden administration If you try to do one thing under this agreement here in the United States to treat this in any way shape or form is having the force and effect of law that we're taking you straight to court and we're also calling and phoning state attorney generals to tell them to make the exact same threat and to follow through on the exact same pledge And then meanwhile Congress can't do it now but can certainly do it in 23 In the very first appropriations bill they need to have a line in there that says none of the funds in this act can be used to implement this agreement
Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?
"What's so interesting is this question of why are we doing this to ourselves? It's a question that Douglas Murray asks in the phenomenal book war on the west, which I encourage you to read and we had him on our show a couple weeks ago and I listened to the book very carefully and I read it. I listened to books too. It's easier when you're working out and doing things. And Douglas Murray makes the argument, and he asks the question, why is it that the west is so intent on punishing itself? It's almost this continual and relentless campaign. Of self laceration. It's not about justice. It's not about improvement. It's not about introspection. It is about trying to harm the west because you feel as if either were too strong, too powerful, it's inequitable, and you want the civilization to crumble as a way to trying to even out the playing field. And that plays perfectly into what Joe Biden is doing in Geneva the World Health Organization, which is that it's our own government that is proposing that America becomes less powerful, less free, and less sovereign. It's our own government. It's not as if that the World Health Organization is doing this to America. It'd be one thing if the World Health Organization in Geneva was meeting and they were conspiring against America. But what's so perplexing? Psychologically and otherwise is that we're the ones that are asking the WHO to make us less powerful.
Why the Stock Market Is Still Struggling
"I want to talk momentarily about this market because before we get into the Twitter stuff, Twitter actually traded a little bit higher today. I think everybody's coming to their senses on that one that Elon is not so easily going to get away from this. The market overall is still struggling. And the reason for that is because there's a lot of fear that all this inflation in our economy is going to catch up with consumers in a big way. We're already starting to see evidence of that. In fact, when you look at the major retailers, they had some pretty weak earnings reports. And pretty weak projections for the future, which tells you that yes, things are slowing down. You know what? When you're paying record prices at the gas pumps, you don't have as much money to spend on all the discretionary items that you normally spend money on, not to mention, of course, food prices as well, which have absolutely soared. I mean, people have to make ends meet. We saw reflected in Thursday's jobs numbers that weekly unemployment claims are also starting to tick up. So there could be some softness in the job market. The job market, of course, as we know, has been on steroids, but if that changes and you see this slowdown and spending, well, none of this is good, right? And that's why you have a market. The S&P increasingly looking like it's going to be in bear territory. One thing I do want to point out, though, is that the sell off we've seen over the last couple of days has actually been quite logical. I mean, sometimes it's just, you know, everybody freaks out and they start selling like Matt, and there's no rhyme or reason to it, but in this case, you do have evidence of a consumer, an American consumer that's pulling back. So logically, people start to sell.
Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument
"I'm continuing a kind of highlight or analysis of my conversation with Philip bump in The Washington Post. And he disputes the validity or at least precision and the accuracy of geo tracking based upon an expert that he interviewed one guy who said, well, it's only accurate to about 30 feet. Well, that's not true. But let's say it is true. I don't think it changes our conclusions at all. For the simple reason that you've got a Dropbox. And you've got a mule within 30 feet, remember a human body is 5 or 6 feet. So 30 feet puts you basically within three or four human lengths of the Dropbox. You're in that vicinity. You're in that geofence or circle. Okay. And if it was only one Dropbox, you could make you could say, well, wait a minute. Maybe the guy was stopped to eat some popcorn. Or was reaching for his wallet? It happened to stop within that radius, but this is why true the votes high bar and by the high bar I mean, ten or more drop boxes. Totally settles the issue, because quite frankly, if you're within 30 feet of ten or more dropboxes, obviously you are going to those drop boxes to do what? Well, there's only one thing you can do. So you remember these aren't post boxes. You can't be writing a letter to your best friend from college. These drop boxes have one purpose. And that is to put in mail in ballots. They're ballot dropboxes. So the only reason to go to them is to dump ballots. So in fact, there's a guy who made a comment on social media. He goes, dinesh, you know, he goes, listen, he goes, what if I were to show that your phone was within 30 feet of a bunch of gay bath houses? Would you be okay with me saying that your regular frequenter of gay bathhouses dinesh and that I have proof that you that you that you did that? And I replied in a kind of a quote tweet and I say, hey, pal, listen. If you can find my phone within 30 feet of let's say ten or more gay bath houses in the period of let's say two weeks, yeah, you can reasonably conclude that I'm a regular customer. Why else would I be within the close vanity vicinity of not one not two? Not three, but ten or more bathhouses. So yes, use your own common sense and draw your own
Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Quit-Proof
"Having a fun and important conversation. I like all my conversations to be fun and important with Tom Jones. He's an extreme athlete marine veteran doing something right now that is amazing. He is running across most of the country a marathon a day to draw attention to the ideas of patriotism, faith, and specifically united we pledge dot org, building a replica of this American village that's in montevallo, Alabama. They want to do that in Utah, which is where he's going to end up. So Tom, I got to ask you, when you're running, at what pace do you run so that this is possible? Because I mean, I just really, again, can hardly imagine to go 26 miles in a day, and then to do it the next day and the next day, how do you, what have you settled into at this point that makes this possible for you? Is 26.2 miles a day and I can tell you one thing that was the last 6.2 miles, those are the ones that kick your butt. So what I've settled into is a piece of right around four to 5 miles an hour. I mean, it's just unbelievable to me that you are able to do this. And so you're doing this every day and you're about halfway from montevallo, Alabama to this place in Utah. So where does that put you now in Texas? Yeah, that puts me in Arlington, Texas, so we're approaching halfway through it. And so I think in two days, we'll have been at this 30 days. We're going to be doing 76 of them in a row. This time, you know, last time I did this, I did a 121 marathons in a row, but that was back in 2000. And my piece was much faster than it is now, although, you know, it's just a matter of being quit proof, man.
"at least one thing" Discussed on The Woody Show
"The podcast. He's the one show. I welcome back going to show. We are into another new. Our of insensitivity training free politically correct world. My name is what he that. Rabi guy greg gory. Menaces here what is up. There was And fake news dot cameras would Got the phones open for you at eight. Seven seven forty four forty. That's eight seven. Seven forty four forty sets a text over two to ninety eight seven coming up for you later on this hour. We have this week in audio good looking forward to that. So nick sound wave. He had a post. The copied us on it on twitter. Post from the washington post and it says coronavirus infections are dropping were people are vaccinated rising where they are not post analysis defines. No kidding ha. That's a good read. I definitely wanna read the rest of that article right. I'll sit down and relax and crack that open. Yeah let's see that's a that's another thing. We find amusing around here every day. There's at least one thing that you see the comes out where it's like. The only thing is like yeah. No kidding it's reactions. Yeah they still have it in a headline like here. I'll give you another example while known fact restaurant food. It's full salt butter high in calories sir. Good which is also why. It wasn't all shocking. When i saw that there is a new study at the university of iowa the found that eating out or ordering too much delivery might actually be killing you. The researchers drilled down by tracking thirty five thousand people who a lot of restaurant food everyone in the study said. They ate at least two meals a day from restaurants almost all of news and when they found that people who do it that much a forty nine percent higher risk of premature death there also sixty five percent more likely to die of cancer gary now they didn't say what they think safe amount of restaurant food would be when it comes your diet but they did recommend trying to eat less of a getting too much. You have last. Learn is the biggest. Mystery about restaurants wire are their salads so good brilliant replicate. Oh my god. Restaurant salad is like evan. It's one zero god. They're always better on the road than they are to. I was told us. Waste is cold. So i've tried that like my plate in the fridge and i'm like i cannot replicate restaurants out and you know what else is better restaurant which makes no sense water. Totally water water. Water is much more thirst quenching. And i don't get it. How did they make their water. Better not bottled waters. No sense i agree solid. No salad likes abbott at a buffet yak. Because you build it yourself. Maybe for a specialty salad when they say oh. We'll give you a soup and salad. That salad is always. I mean that sounds just a little garden salad but you know when you have water trae salads a pitcher and it has just ice water. I'll drink greg. You could make a decent all day like you find the stuff that you like restaurants sow. It's like apparently according to the kitchen dot com. It is the same trick they season. The greens often times faster faster. I don't think butter the greens but the dressing essentially. Yeah now. i used to complain when they came out. With the whole rule they had to put the calorie counts on menus at places like restaurants or fast food places or whatever. I'm very against now these days. Now it's a very helpful tool twice and there's that That chicken spot that obsessed with And that's the one place even go on their websites. We do not provide nutritional information but it's it's promoted as healthy because it's you know rotisserie chicken chick necessarily mean that it's going to be you know why you don't know it'd be white and dark meat. Which is fine. There's nothing wrong with dark being other than it's not zero points that the chicken breast is. Portugal beat the skin. Greg right but this is bad. Or suzuki sauces. That's all mad bags. That's like yogurt. But i would just like to know so i can officially if i'm trying to track like put that in there can't find it and i you know and then you get a highly things like people giving them crap like. Oh that's not really that healthy. You know calling them out. i know. But they're gonna get that either way. So i i just find it inconvenient. Now that inconvenient. Because you're so anti well. At first now over the years. I have softened to it and i go all right i kinda get it because you think that you're doing the right thing ordering whatever was but then you're probably better off getting aboard a c. That salad has dwelt. Yeah exactly that's why it's so good. Candied nuts in the salad. You're always so they're so good john. I'm trying to people survey thankful that butter salad. What else do we have here. Oh here's another example. Not sure we needed science to tell us but the researchers over in the uk. They wanted to see if there was a connection between kinky sex and drugs. And you're not going to believe this you guys but there is yeah. They found that people who are until illegal drugs are also more likely to do quote nontraditional sexual activities. Like bedia sam and having one night stands. I know very very shocked. How the guy who led the study says quote our study revisited. The well-worn phrase of sex drugs and rock and roll and has proved that both recreational drug use and nontraditional sexual activities are linked and have also become the norm. How rock and roll get lumped in with all this. How everyone in. This study has attended a rock festival. Somewhere between twenty sixteen and twenty nine hundred rock and roll.
"at least one thing" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"I jumped into the abyss to rescue or when he jumped carlson mount week. Yeah he just didn't case just over just like i am done trying to risk my life by doing some cool business. I don't know anyway so tucker doesn't move and everyone's like hey wind to move in kid and tucker well because i was not gonna lose. I trust angel moan. And i'm just saying like no. You should probably move like at this point like you like it's very i. I get the idea. And i know that like the your hope triggers an evolution. But like i still feel like this is a very horrifying thing. Nobody would notice. Jesus it's just one of those things to imagine being. Jesus it's it is very harshly talk. Come back three days later. Yup and if moved. John rocco something annoyed eight and then he said hide the eggs. I don't know anyway. So enron evolves. He absolves debbie mon which is kind cool and then he slices through separate off moan. Because we don't have enough time to have a full battle and then he doesn't use any heaven's gate magic which is honestly a positive. I was just like they just gonna magic away all the digital with the heavens gaetan heaven's gate until they're outside but it didn't happen so that was good and everyone gets teleported outside without the use of heaven's gate which is a bit of missile. I guess and then we have vitamins culture chant to be way the chosen children and then we have holy engine now talking to debbie moan because they won now because they have combined and i so badly hope this is going to be a continuing thing that holy engine would just has damn on now. No god no. I don't think that's ever going to come up again. They're going to immediately forgot about it. I'm really i think they will. They will about it. But i really just hope that something happens now because we have heavy mon inside of the main one of the main characters each it is really cool concept and i would like them to do at least one thing with the and since they came back to debbie moon cooling him. An old friend like it's not as impossible. Is i might think. But also i still don't trust these writers particularly. I don't get mont again unless we get a survey mon episode. Yeah it'll come back. You know almost twenty episodes from now you mean the in episode sixty six. I mean one last discussion with debbie where that that admits that he was spent pittsburgh. That would be kinda cool at that point..
"at least one thing" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust
"The connections you make. It's really not a lonely experience and some of the conversations that i've had whether it's at the bar or even in the hotel lobby and you know kind of exploring different places a lot of times. It's the conversation i needed to have and whether it's somebody that i connect with long-term or somebody that i never see again i think you know the connections you make when you travel can be so powerful absolutely. I am still friends. With people whom i've met on my travels and you know people i might not have had the opportunity to meet otherwise so i think it's just really an incredible experience to put yourself out there and allow yourself to to embrace. That experience will absolutely now. I would love to switch gears and ask you as well. A few of our rapid fire questions sure awesome. Now what would you say. Is your top wellness tips. Find something at least one thing every day. That makes you laugh. I would say laughter is my number one wellness tip both physically and mentally slow one thing everyday. That makes you laugh. That's my talk wellness him. I love that. And i think april is like national laughter month or something along those lines very fitting now. This might be a tough one. What is your favorite travel destination. That is an extremely tough wash. But i would say portugal. Costa rica thailand. are among my top favorites. That's lovely. I cannot wait to read about your experience. If you're an animal. What animal would you be in. Why so that's also a tough one. Because i do love animals animal that i'm most often compared to as an elephant because i do have the memory of an element so the joke that i always make be careful what you say around me. I'll remember and i might use it against you. But i love elephants their magical creatures. Butterflies are another one of my favorites. But i think if i was an animal i would probably be a dolphin because they're incredibly smart and beautiful creatures and i also love swimming and being in the water so i think i would say a dolphin i love. All three of those are all great answers. Now if you could master completely new skill what would that be So i always looking to expand my skill repertoire. I personally use conversation to learn all kinds of skills. So i actually managed to teach myself spanish within a year just by talking to somebody almost every day for a year and so i love languages so maybe learning a new language is sorry learning a new language or or several new languages at the same time. Right now i'm learning benja. Be which is the language of my family and my ancestors on conversation and i'm also taking dance. Classes started with belly dance a now. It's just slowly evolving to dance fusion. And i'm doing that on congress as well so i mean yeah. I'm always looking to learn. Something new may be yana any language. Or yeah. I'm i'm just. I'm very open to what new skills i learn. That is awesome and my final question. What is next for you on your bucket list. publishing book. Yeah i i also have a very long bucket list that includes You know more travel destinations and visiting every us state. So maybe i'll call that goal fifty bike safety or for international travel. Maybe one.
"at least one thing" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"I'll come to the spoiler section roco. Let's talk about the book in a more unguarded fashioned. Did you wanna start. Yeah i wanna talk about what. I what i referenced. To in the non spoiler section in regards to the The feelings of isolation. Yeah what. I something that. I didn't really. I didn't really like like put together in my mind until i had finished the book and looked back on. It is that the isolation wasn't really focused around the the men who were lighthouse keepers. Yes the people who were having these feelings of isolation were their wives back on the mainland and that was a really interesting. Take any change to to what you would normally expect in a book that features lighthouse. Kiefer's really right. no. I totally agree and We've get glimpses of what it's like for their kids you know and just kind of how this affects the relationship in the family dynamic And how you know. It's one of those things that sounded so good on paper for these wives. You know for their husbands to join up into this service but is very complicated. It's complicated because you know in particular these three women. They did not have the same ties or desires amongst. Like you know the other women in the in this town that that at least one thing i find interesting is probably none of those women really wanted to do all of that stuff that they were kind of like societally expected to do yes fight it was but when you have these three men on the lighthouse they have their own sort of come rotary almost their own kind of language and sense of family respect where the people that they've left at home their wives and their children. They don't have that same thing and so there's a there's a feeling of being all alone and being left alone for all of this time and made even worse by the fact that this person who they've chosen to spend their life with there is zero communication the only thing that they that they see of them is they can look off into the distance.
"at least one thing" Discussed on WTOP
"In the United States begin New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Question Critical Karen Er Sandra Lindsay. After she received the first Corona virus vaccine in the state vaccine on Lee. Worse if the American people take it, they have to mate. We need 75% to 85% of Americans to take the vaccine. For the be effective. Almost three million people will get it through Wednesday. Wendy Gillette, CBS News, Health and Human Services secretary, Alex Cesar talked about the vaccine rollout process on NBC's Today show this morning. He says he expects it to be as readily available as a flu shot by late February or early March, with the Mandarin and Fizer vaccine will have, as I said a Z, many as 100 shots in arms by the end of February, and if if we get the Johnson and Johnson or AstraZeneca vaccine approved in January, when their data comes in Will have significant additional supplies is our says as many as 20 million people could be vaccinated by the end of the year. He's currently at George Washington University Hospital right now, where five of its health care workers are getting the shots. Meantime, it turns out, some White House staffers will not be among the first Americans to get a covert 19 shot. Trump Administration officials had said senior members of the administration would get priority. After that announcement drew criticism on Social media President Trump reversed the order in a tweet, critics say White House leaders repeatedly downplayed the seriousness of the pandemic while rejecting public health guidance. It's not clear what the president's tweet will mean for efforts to protect top government leaders. Meantime, new details of a bipartisan coronavirus relief bail will be coming today as Congress tries hammering out an agreement. Details from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Has at least one thing in common with Democrats as lawmakers try again to narrow their differences, my view and I think it's a view shared by literally everybody on both sides of the aisle, but we can't leave without doing a covert bill. A bipartisan group of senators will outline their $908 billion legislation today, which includes more money for vaccine distribution, small businesses and enhanced unemployment benefits. Lawmakers are also looking at separating topics that have been sticking points. Michigan Democratic Senator Debbie Stabbing Out supports the bipartisan efforts. There is an opportunity to do something that people are asking us to do on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P News just ahead on w T O. P. As the Electoral college starts casting ballots, President Trump is dealt another courtroom defeat. It's 2 33. Hi, this is Dave Preston. There's nothing like having the local football team playing high leverage December games, even if the burgundy and gold is still technically under 500. The NFC East This fall has been basically a sake. Plate of nachos. I hope my air quotes come across with Xfinity Internet There's.
"at least one thing" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"A to least one thing hasn't changed at least the Brady Fox to use. There are still black Friday shoppers, though not as many this year in person. The vast majority of this entire outlet is pretty empty. It's been open since 6 A.m. Alex businesses Kristina parts of Devil S and Deer Park, New York, even with fewer people covert capacity. It's causing some lines. But online shopping is expected to surge fueling and overall increase in holiday spending. A prediction is that sales will actually increase this year, according to the National Retail Federation. They're saying anywhere between 3 to 5% higher this year, most major retailers stayed closed on Thanksgiving. The Trump campaign loses another round in its effort to challenge election results in Pennsylvania. The third U. S Circuit Court of Appeals is the latest in a string of courts to find that the Trump campaign did not. Give evidence of election fraud going as far as saying quote the campaign's claims have no merit. The judge who wrote the opinion for the three judge panel is a trump appointee and said quote calling and election unfair does not make it so. Saying that charges require specific allegations and proof and quote we have neither here that's his tiny J powers. The campaign is expected to appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court. Pennsylvania has certified a win for Joe Biden, Ohio, certifying its results today is a win for President Trump. Continues to tweet about election fraud and political corruption. Iran accuses Israel of playing a role in the assassination of the key scientists. State media in Iran says the country's top nuclear scientists has been shot dead. Attacked in his car in a city near the capital, Tehran. Reports claim Mohsen fuckers a day was killed after Attackers blew up another car and then opened fire on his Texas Simon Oh, and Israel had linked the scientist claims of a secret nuclear weapons program but hasn't responded to Iran's allegations about the killing. America is listening to Frosties. Fox News. The voices America trusts Tucker Carlson. We must demand clean and honest voting regardless of the outcome. Can we speak freely against speaking up for you and standing up for what's right, Sean Hannity Media mob and the Democrats. They lied. We the people deserve.
"at least one thing" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Miss a thing and every show I learned at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not pay what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of coast to coast programs to play it's fifteen cents a day and you can sign up by going to our website coast to coast AM dot com at the top of the navigation bar click coast insider and fill out the information and become a member start downloading podcasting picking up the art bell ball building up your own library again it's fifteen cents a day stemcell technologies being used for so many things but here's something that's fantastic with age women and men have the issues with fine lines wrinkles under I bags creepy skin on the neck an aging on the hands Dr Nathan Newman Dr to top athletes and celebrities plus creator of stem cell based women S. is proud to announce a much lower price on its products doctor Newman tell me about the long term benefit of luminous verses other store bought products the disclosure that we have it comes from the factors and the polypeptides that the stem cells are producing these are the language that the scan uses to talk to each other and by using these products you're maintaining the health and balance of the skin versus other products with that we used to have before this technology came about was only putting something to cover the skin it was never ready to help to maintain the balance of the skin so when we're using the luminous Caroline we're going to continue to have a very healthy and beautiful looking skin.
"at least one thing" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Them on my podcast and never miss a thing and every show I learn at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not pay what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of clothes because programs to play is fifteen cents a day and you can sign up by going to our website there's a navigation bar at the top of the home page it says coast inside or click that fill out the information you get a password with your password in your cold and you're ready to go stem cell technology continues to do amazing things the best skin of your life starts here stem cells are now playing an important role in the look of your skin Dr Nathan Newman has been seeing many Hollywood celebrities and top athletes for years and this encouraged him to develop a stem cell based product for the rest of us luminous works wonders on the appearance of skin fine lines wrinkles and more doctor Newman explains unique Sabri artid Lewis is the culmination and the synergistic effect of AB T. to Honduras antioxidants antique like Asians the vitamins the sun protection and the moisturizers they work together we sent our products out to third parties to get confirmation of the fact that he can work scientifically so they tested it using the latest technology that we have in terms of measuring wrinkles and pigment they showed us that eighty seven and a half percent of the people showed improvement in the ring calls for pigments fox we had more than fifty percent improvements what's amazing to me is when they ask would you recommend this to your family would you recommend this to your friends hundred percent recommended to their families and friends so that's how much they liked it and that was a big compliment tried lumin S. today at healthy looking dot com shop Dr Newman's full product line or try the luminous serum with the highest.
"at least one thing" Discussed on KGO 810
"Learn at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of close because programs to play that's a lots and lots going on and you can join for fifteen cents today simply go to coast to coast AM dot com and sign up to become more coast insider stem cell technology working on just about everything these days including the face stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem areas of the face and neck like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes his product is called lumin S. here with luminous we're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover the skin we're going down using the language of the cells used to talk to one another to get the cells to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break down collagen not to break down a lesson to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring in new blood vessels to take away the inflammation and that can only be done at the cellular level cutting edge because medic surgery without the cutting luminous is not available in stores but it is available from healthy looking dot com find genuine luminous products especially the luminous serum with the highest.
"at least one thing" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"At least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of close because programs to play that's a lots and lots going on and you can join for fifteen cents a day simply go to coast to coast AM dot com and sign up to become more coast insider stem cell technology working on just about everything these days including the face stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem areas of the face and neck like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes his product is called lumin S. here with luminous we're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover the skin we're going down using the language that the cells used to talk to one another to get the cells to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break down collagen not to break down a lesson to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring in new blood vessels to take away the inflammation and that can only be done at the cellular level cutting edge of cosmetic surgery without the cutting luminous is not available in stores but it is available from healthy looking dot com find genuine luminous products especially the luminous serum with the highest.
"at least one thing" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Learn at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of close because programs to play that's a lots and lots going on and you can join for fifteen cents today simply go to coast to coast AM dot com and sign up to become more coast insider stem cell technology working on just about everything these days including the face stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem areas of the face and neck like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes his product is called lumin S. here with luminous we're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover the scan we're going down using the language of the cells used to talk to one another to get the cells to do our work for us to tell themselves not to break down collagen not to break down a lesson to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring in new blood vessels to take away the inflammation and that can only be done at the cellular level cutting edge of cosmetic surgery without the cutting luminous is not available in stores but it is available from healthy looking dot com find genuine luminous products especially the luminous serum with the highest.
"at least one thing" Discussed on KGO 810
"At least one thing, this is book. I'm a coast to coast inside or not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia. We get inundated with snow, but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provision. I've got five years of coast to coast pogrammes play. That's a lot five years worth. It's fifteen cents a day to become a coast inside or get it for yourself. Get it as a gift, sign up by going to coast to coast, AM dot com. Stem cell technology. You read all about it. But what is it really doing stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body? Dr Nathan Newman saw, there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non-prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem, areas of the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the is his product is called luminous here with luminaries. We're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover this game going down using the language of the cells used to talk to one another to get the cell to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break down collagen not to break down Alaska to build up the college to build up the lesson to bring new blood vessels to take away they inflammation, and that can only be done at a cellular level, cutting edge because medic surgery without the cutting luminous is not available in stores but it is available from healthy. Looking dot com. Fine genuine luminous products,.
"at least one thing" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"at least one thing" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hey, it's very easy to become a coast insider, and it's only fifteen cents a day. I love being coast insider, I travel a lot. I can always have my shows. I download them on my part. Cast and never miss a thing. And every show I learn at least one thing this is buck. I'm a coast to coast insider, and I'll tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia, we get inundated with snow. It doesn't matter as long as we have our provision. I've got five years of coast to coast programs to play has no longer with us. But he told Tom please keep running by testimonial. And so we are honoring that you can become a coastal insider yourself, simply good or website coast to coast, AM dot com and sign up stem cell technology. We've been talking about all kinds of things, but stem cell technology, really is making some inroads stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body, Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non-prescription serum to be applied at home to those problems. Areas of the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the is his product is called luminous here with luminaries. We're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover this game. We're going down using the language that the cells used to talk to one another to get the cells to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break down collagen, not to break any lesson to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring new blood vessels to take away the.
"at least one thing" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Download them on my podcast and never miss a thing. And every show I learn at least one thing. This is buck. I'm coast to coast insider, and I'll tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia, we get inundated with snow doesn't matter as long as we have our provision. I've got five years of coast to coast programs to play has no longer with us. But he told Tom please keep running by testimonial. And so we are honoring that you can become a coastal insider yourself, simply good or website coast to coast, AM dot com and sign up stem cell technology. We've been talking about all kinds of things, but stem cell technology, really is making some inroads stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body, Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non-prescription serum to be applied at. Home to those problem. Areas of the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the is his product is called luminous here with luminescent. We're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover this game. We're going down using the language that the cells used to talk to one another to get the cells to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break thank collagen. Not to break Danny Lassen to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring new blood vessels to take away the inflammation, and that.
"at least one thing" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Four soldiers lost their lives today in Syria. You want to know the government needs to know. I am not going to be fully into this is six hundred and ninety two point one FM. Iheartradio is the easy to use app for music and radio. Download the free iheartradio app today. Live from the Sydney gills. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory. That's Ritchie Valens one of those great singers that died in nineteen Fifty-nine crash. It's real name was Ritchie Valenzuela, and they changed his name. And he was on his way to superstardom. And then the plane crash we're gonna come back in a moment with Gary Moore talk more about the day the music died next hour, we'll take your phone calls on coast to coast. So how many of you have signed up yet to become a coast insider, lots of people have I love being a coast insider, I travel a lot. I can always have my shows. I download them on my podcast and never miss a thing. And every show I learn at least one thing this book, I'm coast-to-coast inside or not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia, we get inundated with snow, but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provision. I've got five years of coast to coast programs to play. Sure. So.
"at least one thing" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"But what ticks, but what took it to the greatest of all? Time was that he beat the NBA's greatest team in terms of a record of all time and their building in their Weiss when you beat them seventy three and nine that goes on your record that goes on the drop bar when everyone anytime somebody flirt with that record, which we thought would never be broken. Remember it used to be seventy two and ten a never top that. That's the greatest eight minutes still considered the greatest team ever, which is Michael Jordan, seventy two cash it in because they won the championship will this team the warriors at seventy three and not with everything they accomplish that year. No matter what for the rest of the rest of time. When you talk about the warriors, and that record of seventy three and seventy three and nine you're going to have that drop. You're going to have that little ask Chris at the bottom, and it's going to say did not win championships. And you imprint the LeBron James why because LeBron say they. Lost to the cab. No loss to LeBron. Right. Which at that point. I understand his feeling. I'm the greatest of all time because I beat the greatest team in terms of record in NBA. This thing about like this. And this is the warriors that season when seventy three and nine the NBA regular season is five and a half months long. Okay. It's five and a half months long. Through talking the regular season for the postseason other two months. Right. So you got a seven got five and a half months season. They lost five tire nine times ninety five and a half months. Lebron beat them four times in two weeks. Okay. They lost nine games over the better part of six months nine. So they're losing a game of month. Brightly ga- gaming third a month. Let one beat them four times in two weeks. But then I would say, you know, obviously as a warrior fan Travis that they you know, drew my grain Draymond green didn't play in game six which forced to game seven, obviously LeBron. Yeah. He played in game. Seventy no one made drain on kick. Lebron that was that was Draymond move on his own. So that's the warrior fan in me. And in the also warrior fan with me say the following season a role the with Kevin Durant. They've only lost one game in the final by the way. Yeah. You had the second best player in the league to the team the best player in the if he's still is that moment made him the greatest, and I said it before it's ally. Manning for people who are football fans ally. Manning is an okay quarterback. He's got to Super Bowl MVP, but the one that's most member was was because he took down what could have been the greatest team in NFL history in the two thousand seven patriots that were on the quest for nineteen and Eli manning made them become eighteen in one because of his play Super Bowl MVP. That's why he's on an iconic board. He doesn't have the accolades like LeBron. But it's those moments that make you feel like men, you are the greatest for that moment. Lebron has that because moment to put on top of everything else? He's accomplished in will accomplish rush Newitt of. What? Back into this. You can put on top of everything what's up as we think of. He's. For. We're the show the people. That's why we are show the people curtain, you know, what don't miss the ultimate battle between Manny pacman Paquis L against Adri. The problem of Brennan that's going to see that on Saturday January nineteenth and a WB championship showdown at the MGM grand spent a lot of time near Massimo. Yeah. It is. They know me, they know..