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"atlantic sea" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | Last month

"atlantic sea" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I Hurricane Delta is barreling toward the Louisiana coast. You're not expecting Ah Harvey type situation, Uh, there's still expect to be very heavy Rainfall. Rainfall amounts as much as uh, 5 to 10 inches of rain, with isolated maximum totals of up to 15 inches for parts of south central Louisiana. This includes some of the same areas that were hit hard by Hurricane Laura. More than a month ago. As expected, Delta intensified again over warmer Gulf of Mexico. The water's Thursday to a Category three storm. Hurricane warning is in effect from high Island, Texas, to Morgan City, Louisiana, including Lake Charles in Lafayette, Louisiana. In Port Arthur, Texas. Delta sitter is currently over 200 miles south of Cameron, Louisiana, Living Northern 10 to 15 MPH landfall is expected this evening. 2020 hurricane season has been a busy one state climatologist John Nielsen, Gammon says. The fact that we're already past named storms and into Greek letters says a lot. We're only two named storms away from the rectory set in 2005 tropical cyclone season, which included such storms Katrina and he says, We saw this coming. We have a Latina weather pattern in the Pacific and the Atlantic Sea surface. Temperatures were warm, and when you put that together, he says, it creates the perfect conditions. For hurricanes. So far, there have been a total of 25 named storms, nine hurricanes and three major hurricanes, including Delta. All 13 people have been arrested for allegedly plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to kidnap the governor from her vacation home. U. S Attorney Andrew Birds, one of the accused, is quoted by the FBI is saying in part that wit MERS uncontrolled power must come to an end. The governor has been criticized for major restrictions in her state on businesses even personal move..

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I got who I could get around to it. But do you wanna just talk about this for the rest of the show? Are you guys who Lou and Netflix here? The big ones that I think of HBO. Max. That's the 1st 1 you think of me, but it was talked about in this article. First, Netflix is obviously the biggest one on Amazon Prime video, HBO. Max Peacock, Whatever CBS all access rebranded as what they re brand them something of CBS. Alexis Still CBS all access and how they came up with something that was slightly better double check on Who Disney plus ESPN. Plus, that's what I thought of my missing. Apple TV APPLE TV, Of course, Excuse me, So those are what I consider to be The Walmart TV. Isn't walmart coming out with? No, they thank God they got rid of that frog. There's plenty of other ones that are. Can you imagine if they just streamed some of the money people walking in and out of my way? I mean that that's a good channel. That's just 24 7 of different Wal Mart stores but crack on Aisle five. It could be like the ESPN Red Zone. Yeah, they have a stream of every different Walmarts 24 7 years constantly slipping between different mom. I'm not kidding. That would kill in the ratings. Regardless, you have those big players. You also have a ton of players in what I'm going to call the cable replacement packages. So think YouTube TV and all these other actually not that many in their businesses YouTube and Lulu. Well in the play station got out of it, right. So when he got out of it, yes. YouTube YouTube still involved? Yeah. Yeah, YouTube did raise the rate. So let's just focus on these ones. I count 123456789 Are we still going to have nine of these five years from now? Nope. Wouldn't think so. But so I mean, ESPN. Plus does something specific, as does Disney. So I think those two are safe. Netflix is the biggest one out there, so I think they're safe. A CZ? Well, HBO has been around for decades, so I would hesitate think that they just disappear. Apple TV, CBS All Access Peacock will some of those like Peacock and CBS will be acquired. I would think, right, those air media companies. They're not that by home you could see you know a nontraditional acquirer of those quite easily. I don't know. I think the one case that would probably make a lot of sense is Disney, I think could say, OK, we're going to raise our prices and they own who lose. So we're just gonna roll Who Lou into this and we're gonna raise our prices and you'll get all that additional content, but it's going to be 15 or 27 bucks. And I think that's the endgame for that, too. So that would make a lot of sense to me. The problem that the Who Louis and the YouTube have is, they still need to get in your house on the pipe. And the What do you mean? The pipe Internet access. Okay. Yeah. Internet. You get that from me stuff to buy that. You still have to pay for your internet access. And what I've looked at was in a house where I have cable. I looked at it. I said OK, if I just buy my internet access, it was like I don't know. 100 bucks a month. Yeah, kind of Internet or you pay. I want high speed. I speed, baby. Yeah. Light speed Internet wouldn't what most people pay in 40 bucks a month. Yeah, I when I was just paying for Internet of 60 bucks a month. So here is where so those live cable TV stream platforms that we talked about the way that those air cheaper If you just have one TV came, you know that. Stream's YouTube TV plus Internet. You're probably not going to save much money, right? Honestly, like you know the cable. That's what I always bundled packages is not that expensive if you got three TVs and you're paying for a set top box with H, D, R and DVR on each one of those I see that for free now, do they really Atlantic Broadband? That's my provider. Well, when I had looked at it, I was saving significant were trying to become more competitive. My point is the cable providers air now with if you go and you go off and you want to stream it's more expensive. Then just buying it from Atlantic Sea out of notes. I know that Verizon started offering you to be able to purchase YouTube TV through their service. And to me that says that they hate laying, laying the cables and for home. Verizon result for also often Disney plus free for a year or two. I think horizons basically saying, Look, we don't make any money on delivering cable to your home. So if we can get out of doing it, then we're going to try our best. But they still bring a wire into your house. They'll bring the Internet wire into your house. So maybe In that case, maybe it is worth it to them. So, yeah, you know, it's interesting. Speaking of YouTube, they just upped their rate from 50 toe. What, 65 $5 a month. I mean, I We kind of predicted this a year ago is something I mean, that was sort of, like, put 40 bucks and it was something stupid, chief. The other big one is Sling Sling still out there, I think, okay, I forgot about them. But I was talking to somebody of the day. It's just like you know, Is it getting to the point now where cable was the better option than all these streaming things cost? That's what I determined Firehouse, potentially foot flat but obviously depends on from what I understand. Sling still has a bunch of really cheap options. If you want just a few stations. YouTube TV has basically everything that cable package as of this point, which is why it's so expensive. You know, folks, the economy's showing some signs of improvement and heightened volatility is likely to continue. This level of uncertainty might make the process of preparing for retirement in an anxiety inducing exercise. Don't let it get to you. This is Mike Armstrong from the Armstrong Advisory group. We have some vital information about ways to prepare for retirement in the midst of these current circumstances..

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I pressure remains offshore, but we've got that low pressure developing off the Carolina coast and that low is going to move up into the mid Atlantic Sea, increasing rain opportunities. Tonight. Any stray showers come to an end, Part low seventies mix of clouds is Thursday. Stray shower thunderstorm for the afternoon headed up towards 90 better chances for those strata. Scattered showers later Thursday night with showers and thunderstorms ahead for our Friday amid the weather Channel talk Radio 6 80 Wcbm studios were sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Call Rod Borowy for that solution for 10266 11 20 the views and opinions You here on talk radio, 6 80 Wcbm Wcbm. Dotcom are not necessarily those of the owner's management, employers and advertisers off Wcbm, but they should be Talk radio, 6 80 Wcbm is the home of Rush Limbaugh weekdays from noon to three. The news and disseminating information with national intelligence. No mistake. Great. You're great America. This is the Buck Sexton show Remember sex? All right, everybody, it's time for the foul cheat fate. About the latest numbers, but that a mitigation, you know caution. Science words.

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Travel to Bosnia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:51 min | 5 months ago

Travel to Bosnia

"Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen? Let's talk about Bosnia. I like to welcome to the show. Canaan Charter, which who is coming from Bosnia and his coming to us from highlander adventures dot, be and has come to talk to us about Bosnia Herzegovina. Canaan welcome to the show. Thank you very much happy to be here excellent and for people who can't find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map. Where are we talking about? Well. Everyone knows how to find Italy. It's a big shoe ships country. You have a boot-shaped country, so just go to the right side across the Atlantic Sea and we are right there. Well and your neighbor of Croatia. Bosnia you know goes around like little crescent moon. knoll on the West and south, and then these we have Serbia and southeast Montenegro. I to address. You're interested in making sure that people understand that. If they remember news about Bosnia, they may be remembering news from twenty thirty years ago when Bosnia was going through. A, war that's done, and that's been done now for quite a long time there there are people who are out in the working world who don't remember that and it's a wonderful place to go I. Want to say that I was anxious to do this show because we haven't done a show on Bosnia for a long time. And since then I have been to the country and loved it. So why should someone go to Bosnia Herzegovina? Well, there is a lot of reasons depending what you're interested in now. Bosnia is very complex country, but extremely small size of Pennsylvania, but inside. You have so much for the adventure seekers. There are so many adventure opportunities from Whitewater. Rafting canyoning to paragliding hiking is spectacular, and then if you're into history, we say that we have much more history than we can handle. Different Than Empires were here. We like to say where the crossroads or that where the meeting between the East and the West. Culturally very complex country, and also religiously we have Muslims, we have the Orthodox Christians, and we have Catholics with three big groups. Of course there's the Jewish community here which has been here since they were thrown out of Spain after Kista, so for five hundred years, all of these make this crazy, crazy and beautiful mix that very interesting for foreigners to see because inside I will for example and. And in many other cities in Bosnia, you can pined mosque Docs Church Catholic, Church and a synagogue literally in two hundred meter radius, and it's been like that for five hundred years while inside I will because that's how will the city is? And all of a Bosnia and we're very proud of that architecturally very different from anything else you can find in Europe you're GonNa, find this mix of. Of European styles as well as the optimum styles and a lot of course, local Bosnian styles in all of that mixed together will like to say that we are a Bosnian pots. That's one dish that we have. It's cooked in a big pot with a lot of things, mixed sight, and that's Bosnia a lot of things mixed, and it works perfectly. An Indian taste is fantastic why you should. Should visit Bosnian well. Whatever you choose. You're GONNA love it. If you're into history too much of it, you're into nature. It's absolutely stunning. It's fantastic, magic Pennsylvania, and then put inside the Rockies Grand Canyon Inca trail at a lot of other things as well a bit of New Zealand as well. We just like seaside. We have twenty four kilometers of seaside, so that's one thing with them have. And then, of course, for actually learning history or getting certain messages, let's say about life about history. How people live together or how they don't like each other, because while we had a lot of wars, let's especially in the last two hundred years. There's a lot of lessons that you can learn in Boston. Let's say war tourism doctors is now very big part of tourism in in Bosnia so if you want to learn about that, we are definitely to come to see what happens. If you don't defeat fascism, like most of Europe defeated off the Second World War and it actually shows how life can be both good and the bat also if you want to visit a place. which is completely different than rest of the Europe and very relaxed very laid back with fantastic food, most at a lot of reasons I think.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on Material

Material

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on Material

"Podcast episode number one eight three, and I am indianap- go all the way from across the Atlantic sea Florence ion in what is yet another week of extremely awkward podcasting. I imagined that by this time, you you're really really getting in the sense of your ancestors. Just dreaming of opportunities in America. And hoping to one day be there. Yes. Hoping to one day have her pixel three late up against a husband's MAC book that is recording the audio right now on what will hopefully be much better audio track than last week. I do apologize to everyone because I realize I started out kind of kind of high def and the Niger in do like, a, you know, a a very binary ones in zeros version of flow. You know, we do what we can't hear podcasting different parts of the world. And I just appreciate I just wanna say I appreciate Andy Jim are editor for being so flexible time zones and distribution of files and things of the sort and apparently throttled internet because Although Romania does have the fastest internet in the world you pay here by megabyte. Yeah. Okay. So I suppose next Rovan question is how's that traveling with only Chromebook experiment going for you? I mean, the crumble grain as I mean, it's a great laptop is like this. The slight thing that you can carry around that you can just like write any, you know, I can edit some raw photos on it. Now, if I want to light room and immediately upload, by the way, by sound tablet congested. It's because I am getting what is probably a Romanian flu. Hopefully, hopefully, it's not flu. Issue. Hopefully, just stuffiness avenue hanging out with a lot of adorable little children. So and you know, Balkan children are full of germs especially American children are. So we're looking forward to you bringing back a really exciting new strain of something to the United States. It's you know, it's possible. But hey, listen. This is why global travel is so perilous. But yeah, it is also perilous when I don't know I have to do I have to. I don't want to completely toss aside the Chromebook as a travel machine, I think that I need to do a little bit more trial and error because I think the adaptor that I brought I brought this cheapo. Sorry. But it is a buffet cheapo. Ocoee, little hub here the USB, see any. No, it has like issue my and stuff. But I notice that when I plugged in the microphone to this the microphone that I brought it's like this little portable blue might they don't even make this model anymore. It's a hand-me-down from one of my jobs and it lights up when I connected it. The official apple connector to this MAC book. So I'm thinking that this is just not delivering as much power as I need to be able to power up like the webcam and microphone. And so I think I just need to find a better adapter for the Chromebook. They can like make these things happen. So thank you. Everybody for lying to audio diary by life trying to make this thing work because it really is a trial and error game here. But you know, so was using windows ninety five when I was a kid right and learning how to use it, you know, trial and error. Things I provide the transition on the MAC from power Intel also survived the transition from like the original MacIntosh system kernel to Unix. We will. And again, we are all we are both the children of people who were children of immigrants or children or children of immigrants. We realized that we have genetic stock to suffer suffer suffer but still have dreams of stability. Maybe not for us. But for our children, our children will be able to travel with a with a low cost laptop and stare. Or just the pixel slate. And maybe look at the pixel slate like really really working by them. Exactly. I do don't make one comment before we move on though, just related to this idea of ancestors and suffering. Merry christmas. Everybody. Then I have been here for we can change. It's rubbing off on me. I went to the natural history museum today, which definitely has not been updated since communism. Because the elephant feet were like just going off..

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"So if I don't like it, you really wouldn't like it. Yeah. I mean like we've both been to Atlantic sea together. And why did we keep going? A couple times with you. And. They've never been a good time. No. But we need to win back our money. Yeah. Worked every time to. Yeah. Every time the casino. God damn you you came back, and you want all that money loss last time sacking is a heist knowing I was always under the impression that like I don't like it Lake City 'cause it's like a shitty version of Vegas and Vegas is author shitty. Which was like Vegas is nicer than laic city. But not in like ways that I would like, right. I mean, how our like. One of the things that that that like what I hate about Atlantic City. Is that everybody smokey? Yeah. Nobody seems to be being nice to each other. Like, it's it's it's like a casino, and like associated places like attached places to casinos are where people feel like they can just be like for me. Fuck you get out of my way year. It is weird. Like, so I was there for a conference. So it was a little bit different. Because like I was talking to other people in the conference but your hundred percent, right? Like as far as casinos go like people, don't look at each other or like talk to each other like say, hi or anything, and like, you know, we both live in New York City. People don't do that here either. It was like at a more extreme level there. Yeah. Where everybody kinda just wants to be like isolated and just kind of like on their own, which I totally. Get I realized I want that all the time. Like, and I get that like. You know, if you like struck up a conversation with somebody playing a slot machine. Like, you probably get like more than you bargained for pretty quickly and pretty soon like regret having struck up a conversation. Yeah. The smoking is like, especially like, how was it being New York really can't smoke inside like almost twenty years. Yeah. Like eighteen year two thousand. Yes. So like it's crazy to go to a place now where you can smoke anywhere is that what society used to be like go into like McDonald's, and everybody's frigging smoking in like, yeah. Crazy. I think probably more people smoke innovativeness than like anywhere else. Just because like. Yeah. But it's probably less than it used to be. I mean when like, yeah. Going back like thirty years there were probably like everyone Vegas was smoking. All the time you watch a movie from the seventies. Everybody's smoking everywhere. Yeah. The airplane smoking. On airplanes is insane. That's terrifying. That is a small pressurize aluminum tube. We're like where do you think that smokes going? Yeah. I do feel like that. I often think of people smoking on airplanes whenever I get nervous on an airplane. Yeah. We're like, I think it everything's so delicate when you're up in this guy's whatever's like now people used to be like smoking cigarettes like chain smoking and everybody was fine nothing ever happened in airplane. Right. This far as I know they all land one hundred percent of time somebody that I. That reminds me of something else. I wanna talk about second. But somebody else that now talking about now, I went and saw that movie. I man about Neil Armstrong. Yeah. I you should see that you won't think astronauts are cowards anymore. Don't think astronauts are cowards. I just don't think they have to do that. No this movie like all joking aside and giving you shit aside. Like you'll maybe nowadays edge true. These new entitled astronauts back then this guy like they're they're trying to land the land on the moon. He's got like graph paper out like scribbling away like shit like trying doing calculations before they liked crash to land. So they actually have do. Math and stuff. Yeah. I'm at math. I don't think matters particularly hard. I don't think doing math makes you a hero. But you good one reason why I think people consider astronauts heroes. And also why like this movie really did a good job of it? And they were trying to explain this. But I was like, oh this is like a really good explanation for. One of the biggest things with these moon. Landing conspiracies is like if we landed on the moon. How can we haven't come back and so long, but in the movie, they show you like twelve astronauts died during the Gemini Apollo missions..

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Jersey Joe on the radio what a beautiful morning. I mean, we are broadcasting in someplace called top golf where there's virtual at the ocean resort. And behind me. The sun is rising over the Atlantic sea, Frankie five boroughs when I used to serve as a kid man Long Beach island, and we would be out there in the ocean. And that that beautiful balls son would come up like that the jersey shore baby I'm just saying. Oh. Guy who absolutely love that. You love the jersey shore. Speaking of jersey, girl, Rosemary Becky is the policy director of women for Hubin, the president of jersey, I an advocacy group of fighting for lower taxes. New Jersey wasn't me. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me, the smartest beautiful day which came from short hills. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I five right there, so jersey. I is he's an online, right? Yes. Absolutely. I think I follow you on Twitter. I hope so there's a lot lower taxes. Yes. Yes. We advocate for lower taxes and less spending do something here. That's true and creating revenue they won't create wait. Can I ask you this before we talk about Bob Hubin? Who would we like very very much, and is a truly a great guy. What the lottery money all this lottery money where does it go? And why can't can it go to property taxes? Maybe in jersey. I'm just saying we needed to go to property in jersey. I track it track it and see where it goes to do. You'll never find it. Right. You don't. But we need we need to lower our taxes. We need to do something about it. We've got to cut our spending too. A big problems here in New Jersey. You know, the bureaucracy of I always say this on the air Rosemary before we get to hopefully future. Senator Hubin is that the the tolls on the turnpike, the tolls on the on the Parkway, they were temporary, and I say over and over again and thank you for listening as I say it over and over again because no one knows it. And yet yet was just paid the toll to pay for the building of the roads. Now, what does it do the bureaucracy the bloated bureaucracy the port authority the turnpike and the Parkway happens in New York as well and up in Connecticut. The it's all bureaucracy. And that's where all the money's going problem is we keep spending the money, and we keep raising taxes, and we're not dedicating those funds to paying for things, and it just keeps going into the general fund, and we keep spending it what about Bob Hubin, and what attracted you to his candidacy. You know? Bob is a fresh voice for New Jersey. He is honest hard. Working. And and New Jersey needs him. We need him in the US Senate. We need somebody to fight for us. And that's Bob HOGAN, and he did great in last night's debate. Absolutely. Some of the raw polling. They were doing right after I mean showed him way up. He he did a great job explaining what he's gonna do for New Jersey. And you'll make a difference for funny. I was just saying to your your gal here that Bob Menendez. And again I tangled tangled with Bob Menendez. What I supported Tom came when Bob Menendez. I ran he never forgot that. He I don't think I've talked to him since. And he won't look he's like that Menendez like that. And I say this like Ebeneezer Cuomo the political animals, and I mean that in a complimentary way that Bob Menendez is a political animal goes after and these two nations in that Bob Yuban is only four or five points behind do you think he could pull this out? I absolutely think he can pull it off. I absolutely do. I mean, again, if you were watching that debate and some of the role polling they were doing after immediately people thought that you know, they trusted Bob they thought he was the better voice for New Jersey. He will make a difference. And he will fight for us like when we talk about taxes. Menendez had a chance to fight for us on taxes. He's a member of the. The finance committee. And he did nothing. And and we gotta send somebody there. That's going to fight for us. Yeah. It's so true. And with the pharmaceutical background about you can have and the lives that he saved with cancer, by the way that was great gun. And I said this to Bob Yuga how he had his team came back soon as Bob Menendez goes after all being a pharmaceutical executive all that money. No, no, no. He saved a lot of lives with the drugs that he created and he created jobs jobs here in New Jersey, any continues to create jobs here, I know you kit. That's one thing we need is to create the revenue I've been talking about that till I'm blue in the face. Rosemary Becky is with us. She's a policy director for women for you. You have a great op Ed Rosemary out this week on the jet fuel tax. What does the jet? Fuel tags has has it already been implemented. Or is it just a proposal? It's a proposal. That's passed the Senate here in New Jersey. And it's it would impose more taxes we have to stop a raising taxes. We are not we are not going to keep airlines here. Why would anybody travel through New Jersey? If all they do is pay the highest taxes in the country just a fly through here or or to land in New Jersey. It's ridiculous. And speaking of business climate Rosemary, the tax foundation recently listed, New Jersey, dead last in terms of business friendliness is this way. The governor went to Germany that was a good idea. What was that? Filbert fair like great guy. But really Germany are in our last budget cycle. Lord had eighteen tax increases. That's why businesses aren't staying here. In New Jersey. We have to stop raising taxes on businesses you, and I gotta make pack was this is what I want to do. I've talked about this because you could talk. And you wanna come up with an initiative, and I talked to assemblyman the leader John Brown, Nick. And I've even talked to the president of the Senate or good guy. Steve Sweeney was very very good bringing jobs distressed areas outside of Vineland Paterson, New Jersey. You know, bring bringing in some of the stress dairies create manufacturing jobs back to New Jersey, and we can do it. But it ain't easy. It's just not easy because every time there's a budget gap or something happened, and we all the billion dollar lotteries that doesn't help and you ask them to create revenue. Never happened don't happen to New York too. And by the thousands of people and businesses are leaving both states in the places where they've done it, successfully they've taken a long term view. And that's what our politicians have to do. And that's actually why we're asking people to sign the jersey. I play right now. We're asking candidates were asking citizens to sign it because we have to take a long-term view of fighting for lower. Taxes and less spending. We need you to sign it. The jersey I pledge athleticism New Jersey will uphold sound economic policies such as lowering taxes capping state spending. This is great enacting policies to attract and grow business. Hey, this is great. You know, what I love that? And where you from originally originally, I'm originally from the Philadelphia area outside the jersey on the Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Look at that out there now endowed short hills kid, you've come a long way, I'm gonna Essex County guy when I think of Essex County Bloomfield kid Bluefield, New Jersey short hills too fancy schmancy, a great a great town wonderful town to raise getting Rosemary becky's used the policy director for women for you. And you got to take out jersey. I because it is time we took the state back down. They think we don't know. They don't think we follow it people. Leave. I hear one more people move on Franken. Now, we gotta go, and we have the mayor of Atlantic City coming here, but people come up all the time these go Joe after the kids are out of school. I'm outta here. How many times do you hear that? Absolutely leave and Josie. I ain't going anywhere maverick. We're doubling down. That's why we're in Atlantic City right now. That's why I always give a give credit to all the folks here at ocean resort casino. You've got to come down. We are not going all Atlantic City. You've got to see Atlantic City now and Rosemary keep the fight up girl. We appreciate very much. We've got to elect Bob to you again as our next Senator Rosemary Becky right there. Joe Piscopo on the radio. You know, we have got the mayor of Atlantic City. Frank Guillen was coming in momentarily. Seven thirty seven on am970theansweRcom big altitude, low standing by with the headline news on AM nine seventy the answer dot com..

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Mike and very from calling out from underneath. And do you need a physical wall the entire border? Well, you can't really have won the entire border. There are places where you can't put a wall is is a river. There's a place where you can put a wall because it's private land. And those people have their own argument, but you could do a virtual wall a physical wall a manpower wall. You just gotta get it done. Now. There is no good argument to allowing people to continue coming across the border illegally. There is a good one. There's just not because the phone lines got to be Jim in New Jersey. Joe what's going on? Hi. Hey, Joe, how are you living agreement? What's happening a great show and and came in late. So I'm sorry. I missed an culture and whoever else yet on, but I can tell you. I've been thinking about this this thing for quite a while. And while I will not Schaefer second that there is an absolute need to stop this. And I say stop it immediately. Fab brigade Gabriel is rich. She says it's three hundred twenty billion dollars a year. Do this insanity. I actually I'm good. I'm good friends with Brigitte, and we have her on the show all the time. Yes. Talk about a wall. Just seems to me to be a waste of time a waste of resources certainly a waste of money. We have for Washington state to Florida from Minnesota that's trained the most well-equipped police and sheriff's department on this planet, we need to take the handcuffs off them. We need to stop people who talk about profiling is how bad it is in Ecuador, and how horrible Mexico make that off the debate table and copies many women loose decade quietly, and politely, and effectively these people home, I gotta tell you this that that actually is is not a horrible idea. But then you're talking about taking local law enforcement in making their focus on something. Other than local I think the wall is necessary. And yes, of course, police should be. Able to assist the federal police the federal government in doing the job of getting lawbreakers the idea that anybody could tell them that. They can't do that is nuts, but it's happening everywhere. Jim are you listening on WBZ? Geez. At the station. Listen, fourteen fifty out of Atlantic sea. Starting Monday night. I'm going to be on it'll Antic city that very radio stations at midnight. So if you're ever up at midnight buy Papillon, I'll be under Monday through Friday to sometimes I am Joe. And again as always, thank you. You do a great show your voices. Great. And you're you're right on target next. Thank you. I appreciate you. Good call. It'd be like get it. We should unshackle an untethered the local police and the local sheriff's offices, but because sheriffs are political many of them refuse to do it because they're afraid they will get reelected. It's all very strange, and I'm going to end with this. Here's.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Of record high global temperatures occurring year after year tornado activity over the past decade has in fact been trending downward and so stands in stark contrast to the media and the climate alarmism hysteria of greater and more frequent weather extremes well what about the hurricanes you know they're gonna come and kill everybody because of global warming well moreover a number of meteorologists are now hinting that the two thousand eighteen hurricane season or hurricane season could be weaker than normal due to unusually cool tropical atlantic seasurface at what i thought the seas were warming oh no especially off the west coast of africa were many hurricanes respond for example at twitter levi cowan of tropical tidbits i guess everybody's gotta be somewhere recently commented how the sea surface temperature anomaly off the coast of west africa was brutal tropical atlantic sea surface temperatures are extremely low off the coast of africa which may dampen the hurricane formation job starting also noted in the most recent saturday summary the current pattern has been seen off and on before the nineteen seventies eighties and nineties and that most of those seasons aren't big hurricane seasons all that's just going to be so devastating for the branch al gore ins out there isn't it oh yes arctic death spiral in its death throes japanese climates climate sceptic blogger kyri is it k i r y e at twitter recently tweeted arctic sea ice volume late this spring way for it folks the second highest in eleven years.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's i radio he's hurley i'm gary mcnamara good political cartoon i'm looking at here it basically shows the cleavage of stormy daniels and standing inside the cleavage is robert muller are you saying still looking for the russians that's funny that that kind of sums it up doesn't it what is it that they know about what's going on how much do they actually know and how much are they following how much do they care i really wonder about that here's your forecast we're still waiting for spring like temperatures to arrive in many parts of the country especially in the east colorado state university has come out with their annual prediction of this year's hurricane season and they do say a slightly above average atlantic hurricane season is in store it's not the atlantic sea surface temperatures that will produce the fourteen named storms according to colorado state but rather a week el nino where a ways off from hurricane season we do have continued droughts in the desert southwest we did pick up some beneficial rain yesterday that system will be moving off to the east by monday we will have had rain through texas into the lower tennessee valley and carolina's and the i ten i twenty corridors here by monday i could see between two and four inches of rain that risk of severe weather today primarily centered on central texas and the architects your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Two nine k a r n it's red eye radio these are hurley i'm gary mcnamara good political cartoon i'm looking at here it basically shows the cleavage of stormy daniels and standing inside the cleavage is robert muller are you saying still looking for the russians that's funny that that kind of sums it up doesn't it it makes you wonder outside of people that listen to our show or follow the news every day i mean mainstream america right now what is it that they know about what's going on how much do they actually know and how much are they following how much do they care i really wonder about that here's your forecast we're still waiting for spring like temperatures to arrive in many parts of the country especially in the east colorado state university has come out with their annual prediction of this year's hurricane season and they do say a slightly above average atlantic hurricane season is in store it's not the atlantic sea surface temperatures that will produce the fourteen named storms according to colorado state but rather a week el nino we're a ways off from hurricane season we do have continued droughts in the desert southwest we did pick up some beneficial rain yesterday that system will be moving off to the east by monday we will have had rain through texas into the lower tennessee valley and carolina's and the i ten i twenty corridors here by monday could could see between two and four inches of rain that risk of severe weather today primarily centered on central texas and the architects your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye first news with kevin miller exclusively on little rock's news.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Guess if you look at this this is in terms of accidents in the air or or any you know death in relation to a flight it it is still a rare occurrence but always frightening hearing stories especially goes which is rare as well here's your forecast we're still waiting for spring like temperatures to arrive in many parts of the country especially in the east colorado state university has come out with their annual prediction of this year's hurricane season and they do say a slightly above average atlantic hurricane season is in store it's not the the atlantic sea surface temperatures that will produce the fourteen named storms according to colorado state but rather a week el nino where a ways off from hurricane season we do have continued drought in the desert southwest we did pick up some beneficial rain yesterday that system will be moving off to the east by monday we will have had rain through texas into the lower tennessee valley and carolina's and the i ten i twenty corridors here by monday could see between two and four inches of rain that risk of severe weather today primarily centered on central texas san the architects your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye when you just need to be heard when you just need a voice when you need someone who will stand a count on the today's tm j bore there's only one way to keep up with the high flying box this season talent in.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on WDRC

"Ending job of of handling that situation but i i can't imagine the fear when that when that first happened going through that cabin you know it's one of those i don't have a fear of flying at all but but you always think i mean you know you're talking about machinery and moving parts i i've got to tell you though i fly all the time and and i don't know what it is may maybe it's driving on the roads as much as i have and maybe speed limits you know going up a little bit too for example the somebody's speed limits here in texas between seventy and what eighty eighty five and when you're going that fast you actually do realize how vulnerable you are in a car to me actually driving a car home is m you know in in in going through traffic and everybody's going seventy or seventy five at that point i say to myself flights no big deal right yeah no it's it's not you you always i guess a if you look at this this is a in terms of accidents in the air or or any you know death in relation to a flight it it is still a rare occurrence but always frightening hearing stories especially which is rare as well here's your forecast we're still waiting for spring like temperatures to arrive in many parts of the country especially in the east colorado state university has come out with their annual prediction of this year's hurricane season and they do say a slightly above average atlantic hurricane season is in store it's not the atlantic sea surface temperatures that will produce the fourteen named storms according to colorado state but rather a week el nino where a ways off from hurricane season we do have continued droughts in the desert southwest we did pick up some beneficial rain yesterday that system will be moving off to the east by monday we will have had rain through texas into the lower tennessee valley and carolina's and the i ten i twenty corridors here by monday could see between two and four inches of rain that risk of severe weather today primarily centered on central texas san the architects your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Martyr worm an actress g k blows has roots in many different places including polynesia hollywood didn't know how to cast her onscreen but as a voiceover artist it could be a pony i could via princess like it'd be adjourned again i could be you know somebody who wasn't me her story still ahead on the world bbc news if he on a mcdonald zimababwean militry says president robert mugabe's and contact with his former deputy emerson manang gagua who sacking two weeks ago pushed the armed forces retake power the governing zanupf ef party which wants mr annan gagua to replace mr mugabe is expected to start impeachment proceedings against the president on tuesday the german chancellor angela merkel has said she would prefer a snap election to leading a minority government this is marcos former coalition partner the spd leader martine shoots as do doubt continuing with their grand coalition new s justice department is filing a lawsuit to block the takeover of the time warner group by the american telecom giant at t justice officials see the 85 five billion dollar deal announced more than a year ago violates rules on fair competition at t says it will fight the lawsuit president trump has declared north korea a state sponsor of terrorism as he tries to increase pressure on the government of kim jong un over its nuclear ambitions mr trump's of the designation would trigger further sanctions against pyongyang two vessels searching for a missing argentine submarine in the south atlantic sea they've picked up noises on their sonar equipment which the navy is now investigating the submarine with forty four crew on board disappeared five days ago britain is to lose it seat in the international court of justice in the hague for the first time since the court began work in nineteen six britain was hoping its current representative would be elected for a second term but was route drew his nomination when the un's general assembly back to rival candidate from india a british mps ascribe up is being dangerously complicit in a saudi policy that's promoting famine in yemen britain supplies it saudi allies with weapons that.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The better solution mrs marcos are the liberal free democrats were to blame for the lack of an agreement when they were on what she called the home street president trump has declared north korea state sponsor of terrorism as he tries to increase pressure on the government of kim jong un over its nuclear ambitions mr trump said the designation would dare further sanctions against pyongyang to be announced on tuesday the us secretary of state rex tillerson said he still hoped for a diplomatic solution to the crisis by the international red jeff says that the yemeni capital saana has joined several other cities that have completely run out of water because of a book aid by the saudi led coalition all the fuel needed for the pumping station has been used up here's alan johnston altogether two and a half million people have no access to clean water ali there in asia of a major outbreak of waterborne disease and this is happening in a country that is on the verge of famine the saudi led coalition mm bags yemen's government in its war against the who the rebels and the coalition and its blockade recently after the who ththese a missile at the saudi capital riyadh that was our middle east analyst alan johnston you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc two vessels searching for a missing argentine submarine in the south atlantic sea they've picked up noises on their soil equipment which the navy is now investigating a navy spokesman said the nieces have been detected at a location that was on the route the sun kwan would have taken eu ministers of chosen amsterdam and paris as the cities to host two londonbased eu agencies as britain leaves the block transfers will begin before march 2019 prompting the main centreright bloc in the european parliament to call it britain's first selfinflicted brexit wound both routes resulted in ties settling settled by the drawing of lots the prosecutor of the international criminal court has asked judges for permission to open a formal investigation into warcrimes and crimes against humanity alleged being committed in afghanistan since may two thousand and three fought to ben souda said she had determined there was a reasonable basis to believe that warcrimes may have been committed by us forces in afghanistan as well as by the cia the eu's top court is given poland fifteen days to prove it has compiled with a court order to stop logging in europe's oldest woodland yukio asia forest or face fines of at.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on WJR 760

"The total death toll so far in california for the wildfires is at least thirty eight and as busy hurricane season another storm has developed in the north atlantic the us national hurricane center says hurricane a thelia strengthened off the a's or island in the northern atlantic ocean and is taking aim at the british isles the meteorologists say oh feel yao rare for its location and a powerful categorythree storm with top sustained wins of a hundred and fourteen miles per hour is this sixth major hurricane of the atlantic sea the miamibased hurricane center says dissipation is forecast in about four days i or less majerle's a number of people killed by hurricane marie and puerto rico has risen to forty eight eighty five percent of the island is still without power weeks after the hurricane decimated puerto rico more than one million puerto ricans don't have potable drinking what are i'm anne cates seven sixty wjr news shameful good afternoon vicky was killed because he was a moslem the parents of twenty year old bri he'll certain senator corey of terror are suing the maringe they charge of the death of their song drug booed camp last year was a result of mistreatment because of his religion rerecord died after falling downstairs at peres island the marine services sure side the family disagreed without finding the commanding officer of training faces so decrees drill and should so to drill a shark are facing court martials in that case a measles health alert has been issued and livingston washable and oakland county officials there woman with measles aviv that the lucas corny island liberalism county answer temer 25 at first then visit of several shops into other counters these included at arbor state bag the treasure mart humane society of your on valley carl's cabin restaurant and bar and.

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"atlantic sea" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic sea" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Is coming up the first her mccain of the atlantic seas season weakens to a tropical storm after making landfall in eastern mexico franklin remains a flooding threat schools cancel today and veracruz north korea's neighbors fell to respond if it tries to launch missiles toward south korea warned overnight that the north will face a stern and strong military response if it acts on its threats reporter wendy gillette says japan also says it will deploy its aegis shipto air defence system to intercept north korean ballistic missiles the u s cents a destroyer into disputed waters in the south china sea the trump administration has announced basically a schedule of these freedom of navigation operations that will take place over time so this is probably not surprising to the chinese government but it certainly is infuriating to them and reporter ben tracy says it comes at a time when the us is counting on china to enforce sanctions on north korea president trump this morning turns his fire to his own senate majority leader mitch mcconnell mocking him on twitter for failing to repeal and replace obamacare mcconnell draws the president's ire for calling his expectations excessive and it's deadlines arbitrary as wsb's jamie dupree points out this morning the president needs mcconnell the shepherd his agenda through the senate when congress returns in september atlanta's home to net routes nation today through sunday several thousand liberal activists organiz for next year's midterm elections and beyond local panels focus on the way forward for democrats in georgia including the 2018 gubernatorial contest and all hands town's hall a town hall rather at google today the ceo cut short a vacation to tamp down a controversy over women in tech google is fired a software engineer over his memo suggesting women may not be cut out for high tech jobs james to more is now threatening to sue goh.

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