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"austin dan" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"austin dan" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"Maybe you should just be the subtitle of the book is the recipe for thankless, hard uncomfortable work all that. Flip that around. Let me tell you the flip side because I think all that is true. But here's the other side of the story, and that is I think we've all heard that quote. You know leave the world a little bit better than you found it or leave your enterprise a little bit better than you found to leave your team. Better than you encountered them, the only way to do that is upstream work. That's the only way you know we we never fish enough kids out of the river to make the population of kids permanently healthier. It's only by going upstream and addressing the problems that led them to be drowning in the river that we make things better, and so it's a hard slog. Yes. I won't disguise that I won't dance around it, but that is the road to improvement and presumably that's what we all care about man. You beat me to the punch that was my question. Was It all worth and? And you just crush it. So thank you so much y'all. If you've read any of Dan and chips works before you know it incredible stories, incredible research extremely well written and so original and powerful impractical, and this book upstream is no exception I. Absolutely, recommend it. Dan were so grateful for your time. We're so grateful that you ran with that idea that you started with back in two thousand and nine, you stuck with it, and we're now keeping kids out of the river because of because of your research and your work. So thanks so much for sharing with our audience today Dan. Thank you a fun conversation. Gosh, there were two reasons why I got. So beyond excited that we're going to have Dan Heath on the PODCASTS. The first is that I know he brings such a level of intention, Alan forethought to every thing. He writes in everything, he speaks about and this whole idea of upstream thinking absolutely exemplifies it is an opportunity for you as a business, but it's also kind of an obligation so that you. You and your team aren't just focusing on the urgent or the immediate. But you're actually putting your eye and putting your focus on the things that are important to move the business. Ford and there's a second reason why I was excited, and that's because Dan is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin Dan, Hook them horns, the eyes of Texas are upon you. Thanks for being on the. The podcast and here's the deal we believe in that idea of upstream thinking. It's something that before we even heard that phrase, we were engaging in here and coaching business owners to engage in because we know that it's what actually helps you as a leader, get some bandwidth and get some margin, and so we create a resource called the critical thinking cheat sheet that will help ask you the questions to. To, get to the root causes to get to the true answers of what's behind the challenges you're facing as a business. We call the resource that critical thinking cheat sheet, and it's completely free. So if you WANNA, get that she'd she'd text the word critical two, three, three, four, four, four, again. That's the word critical, two, three, three, four, four, or just click the link that's in the show notes. I..

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"austin dan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"austin dan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Sideline reporter the cowboys radio network joins us now let's not tell us about the lamb and digs and Gallimore well see the land just a playmaking wide receiver what a weapon he's going to be for the cowboys passing attack and an absolute gift the cowboys had him rated as their sixth best player in this draft and yet he was available to them in the middle of the first round at number seventeen but when you have a great player like C. D. lamb fall into that range they absolutely pounced on admins and it's a very exciting pick for cowboys fans and certainly for Prescott to have CD land go with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup at wide receiver in the second round Trayvon digs he's going to step in at cornerback and it fills a big need for the cowboys defense because the cowboys lost Pro Bowl cornerback Byron Jones in free agency and so if you can help I get some take aways with some interceptions that something that the cowboys defense has not been good at the last few years in the third round the selection at defensive tackle Neville Gallimore I know it sounds like he's a British ambassador or something like that actually the new it's Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle by way of Canada but a versatile guy he's so athletic he can go side to side and so he's going to be a plug and play guy in and should be able to step in and contribute immediately to the cowboys defensive line rotation right now the cowboys we're into the free agency part of the cowboys are famous for their free agency choices you think about Bill Bates Tony Romo drew Pearson what's out there that might be interesting all fans think that the NFL draft minutes seven around his intense is really it the following forty eight hours that are the most fanatic for NFL executives and scouts and player personnel department because this is the time that the undrafted rookie free agents are being signed and so the cowboys have had great success in and landed notable players season hall of fame players like click here and since ring of honor players drew Pearson and the guys like Tony Romo miles Austin Dan Bailey Cole Beasley Everson walls and we didn't have the cheering crowds that we expected to see in Las Vegas but well overall what's your take on how the virtual draft went having the virtual draft was such an undertaking technically kudos to all the I. T. guys for the crowds in the league it was a great success Thursday night over fifteen and a half million people on average were watching the draft and it got it says nineteen million in that first hour of the first round in so it also raised a lot of money with the draft is gone and the cowboys raised a lot of money for the salvation army with player at cal Boise draft live show on Thursday night hosted by Jamie Foxx into markets where so I see and really enjoyed the behind the scenes glimpses of like their head coach is it working from their home whether it's their basement or their own home office the players surrounded by their family and their homes and Roger Goodell was asked about it Saturday afternoon and said he was so proud of what the league was able to accomplish now in its Christy scales veteran sideline reporter with the Dallas Cowboys radio network joining this it's seven twenty four KRLD it's time to check your money enjoy that Cup of coffee because it may get a little harder to come by fears of contracting the coronavirus coupled with lockdowns and travel restrictions are making it difficult for the people who pick coffee in Brazil Colombia and Peru to make it to the fields a concern disrespect thank you the seasonal workers who have to travel from place to place I had carpet that's Jose sette executive director of the international coffee organization in London but he says those nations are taking steps to reduce the risk to coffee workers recommending social disruption during the actual harbor for you know taking measures in terms of hygiene global coffee production was already forecast to be short of supply this year and panic buying is already cleared out a lot of store shelves buset day says it's too early to tell of coffee prices will percolate higher.

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"austin dan" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

08:44 min | 11 months ago

"austin dan" Discussed on The Frame

"It from the broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame John. A today's show will the massive south by southwest festival. Go on as planned or will it fall victim to pandemic fears then in the new movie greed? Steve coogan plays a billionaire. One percenter also featured in this satire ECONOMIC INEQUALITY REAL. Syrian refugees to persuade people to question. The belief may be questioned so they thought to be true. You either making lock do one of those two things. You're Hof way to making them. Think twice and with the band kiss on its final tour. A lifelong fan says farewell. That's Today in the frame. We'll be right back. Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me and in other corona virus news in Hollywood. Mgm is delaying. The release of its next James. Bond film called no time to dive. The movie had been scheduled to open internationally on April second and be released in the United States on April tenth. It has now been moved to November coming up next on the frame actor Steve Coogan and his new film.

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SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns

The Frame

07:27 min | 11 months ago

SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the

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"austin dan" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Parcast Presents

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"austin dan" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"austin dan" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"What do you have for us today? In the Jordan. Gordon Block yes. So after Foia requests the Office of Management and budget that's As a reminder if you forgot the office at the center of the withholding of Ukrainian They a just released a trove of documents related to the aid. To American oversight other requests requested directives and communications that may relate to any effort to pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate one of president trump's political opponents as part of an effort to give the president an electoral advantage of the documents were released just just two minutes before the midnight deadline. Just like I can just see us up on where they want really down. That do you think they were that down to the wire or do you think they were like contemplating if they were gonNA like try to fight it further something I I don't know maybe I I don't know if that were they redacting up to the last minute. Yeah well a lot of this stuff was redacted actually have it makes sense yeah like fifty percent redacted or some craziness. I don't quote me on that. Yeah what was handed over consists of email. Exchanges changes that have been in late June after the Washington examiner published their article on the military assistance to Ukraine and the exchanges happened between acting assistant secretary of defense for International Security Affairs. Longest job title ever Michael Duffy Mark Sandy American oversight noted that additional emails through through the summer and early fall when Pentagon official Elaine mccusker was raising concerns about the legality of the freeze are heavily redacted. So I it seems like it's it's a lot of important communications that are pretty central but like you said so. Much of this stuff is redacted. I don't know how much new stuff is actually going to be in there. American oversights Executive Director Austin. Dan Iverson said President. Trump's lawyers stood in the Senate on Tuesday arguing. That documents are totally unnecessary for the impeachment trial but these documents give lie to that entire position so I would be surprised if house Democrats don't try to enter some of the stuff into the record moving forward. I don't know what that looks like rules wise though because because I know McConnell only said like stuff from the house can go in. I don't I don't know I don't know exactly what that process looks like at all But it is important to note that house. Democrats tried tried to subpoena Duffy to testify in the Senate trial but that she was shot down. Obviously so that's where that is but exciting that we have a bunch of new stuff. Hopefully there's some revelatory things. If anything what does exist and is not redacted. I I know corroborates a lot of things absolutely. Yeah and then in other news Senate. Democrats are apparently talking about a witness swap behind closed doors. which is very interesting This your keys in a bowl and then it sounds like a bad I show. I know it does. God what have I seen Donald Away. Yes but the two witnesses that they're talking about maybe swapping obviously. This is one indem witness for one republican witness. It's a hunter Biden or Joe Biden. Four one John Bolton so that so that's what what they're talking about I don't I mean there's this is again behind closed doors isn't like Super D- official. You know high level talks hawks. I guess at least as far as public is concerned but Senate minority whip Richard J Durbin said that Hunter Biden is Dick Durbin yes. He is immaterial under Biden is immaterial to the impeachment charges But he left the door open apparently to him potentially testifying. So Oh I mean the argument here amongst Democrats at least is due even WanNa give them the credence to have this witness called when clearly. It's just continue to propagate this conspiracy theory whereas John Bolton's testimony is a legitimate testimony that has to do with what we're actually talking about here. Like no oh part of what they're talking about in the trial is Biden's involvement with Barack Obama. That's not what anyone's talking about. No and I haven't even heard an argument like for example. Well we need to prove why trump was correct and withholding the aid. That would be at least an argument and be wrong argument But at least it would be well. You know the reason we want to talk to. The Biden's is so that you know we can prove that there was a corruptible activity happening although it happened. Twenty fifteen if it did and there's been no evidence that it did and wouldn't really like require choir Aid to be withheld now like Like you know maybe a hunter Biden still work there. And you were like withholding the eight until he's out of there or something but I mean so it's a bad argument but at least it's a argument making one. Yeah no no. They're they're really just clinging onto that one theory which is again the same faulty altijd poor foundational fit theory. That trump is trying to now say was his reason for the call which we all know was right yes it was a perfect holly faked. Yeah there was a perfect call. Yes exactly so I I mean I don't think I don't know. Do you think it's going to go anywhere or do you think they could do because on one hand if they do the swab then it's one way to get John Bolton and it's kind of like I guess you have to play dirty sometimes to get the things that you want or whatever and it seems like the Hunter Biden or Joe Biden. Testimony would be so so. Obviously you know like into quench. You'll yeah like it wouldn't even matter. It's like sure I guess I guess bring on but then the other side of that is they would thinking looking now. Don't taint they would twist it and also don't taint this proceeding by placating. These people by allowing them to bring them to the stand. I said go ahead because it's it's not really you tainting not really the DEM's tainting it. It's the Republicans Taint But it would have to be Hunter Biden. I think because Joe Biden said today if he was caught he would not testify So we would have to be hunter And you know I mean if the Republicans WanNa get him up there and be like were you kicked out of the navy. Did you have a cocaine okay. Problem did you work for Burris MMA that you get paid okay. Yeah pardon me is almost just loving this. No examining examining the witnesses thing to listen to Republicans but you senators. I don't think would be able to ask the witnesses question. They have the handwriting and also I think from what I understand is if they do vote for witnesses the during that upper down vote after after the senators have a chance to ask questions of of the teams and after the opening arguments which are gonNA take six days probably if they use all twenty four hours if each side uses twenty-four hours and then two days of senators questions because they have sixteen hours of that. I'm assuming that would take two. Maybe three days so nine eight nine in calendar not counter business days and then They would have that upper down. Vote to decide whether or not they're going to allow witnesses ince's Gotcha so crazy. We just don't know yet. Yeah I would and like I said we have two hundred because Joe doesn't WanNa do you know since we've been talking about this for a few months what we would. We were sort of punting on how he would feel. When we got to this point we actually got to the Senate trial L.? Where the Republicans were totally uncooperative? We're here now and I feel like it's probably going to go exactly the way we thought but hopefully that just makes him look bad for the election. Yeah I mean that's the that's All we can. That's what we were thinking of selling lining all we can is kind of how they're going to acquit him Just use it to run against those Republican senators and twenty well and he's GonNa keep doing bad stuff too. Yeah he'll cheat in the election. Yeah it's not like this is GonNa just get swept under the rug and everyone will forget about the notion of him being a criminal right or a bad actor was with Warren. Came out today with the plan Another another one plan. Just the one Alia She only has the no two who she said she will. Her Attorney General will investigate the crimes of the trump administration cool. And that's a big deal to me. Yes I tweeted out a while ago. Like we'd better not have this shit like we had in You know when Bush lost the election where we were like. Oh let's just move forward and unify the country and not look backward and you know when when the attorney general for bomb. They didn't look into. They didn't do any investigations into any of the previous administrations crimes and I I don't want I I really whoever is going to be The candidate I really want them to not do that the time yeah same because because it affects their ability to do their job moving forward as well and in this particular case I think more than any other previous cases we have totally destroyed not weep. Deep trump is totally destroyed the the independence and trust of of the Department of Justice and the FBI and and law enforcement in this country general at least at the very top. Yeah and I can only hope that. There's more established diplomats that are talking to folks from other countries just being like please please. Don't hold this get air with a forward. Yeah I can't imagine I think that's only that's the only explanation that makes sense based on how honestly patient so many foreign leaders have even been even though some of them have been like. I'm not even talking to this man but even outside of that I do get the sense that there's some sort of awareness. Yeah Yeah that this is like truly a fluke luke. Yeah like we have to wait this out. Also only countries a lot of money are able to be a little bit Sassy to trump the rest of them. Can't let's be real. Maybe other countries are helping us like watch. Watch our election security Not that are F. B. I.. At the very top senior leadership of our intelligence committee would do anything at this point. But you know I mean again that that my statement just there reflects the doubt that we have in our intelligence community and maybe they are You know they were investigating thing or at least the the Ukrainians were investigating the hack into Barista by Russia and then asked our FBI for help which means they weren't or maybe they were And just didn't reach out to Ukraine where the company exists It's weird yeah let seems odd all right. Well we have We have a lot more news To stem we have good news block coming up to after after the C.. Blocks his stick around. Hey everybody it's Ag and is helping daily.

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"austin dan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"austin dan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To protect people outside the room from the radiation burning to foil newsradio one of five point nine FM WBBM news time a you know a traffic and weather together on the aids here's FE Ralph cloudy skies but the Eaton's outbound and inbound it's nineteen minutes posted speed the inspire ongoing road work in both directions between the eagerness for toll plaza to the end of the year the any outbound slowing Terrio feeder to Armitage if thirteen downtown the Montrose twenty three to the airport in down a little bit better but still slow river road to Harlem and then from Ohio feeder to the burner change its twenty four here to downtown twelve from the junction express lanes are rolling nice eight minutes eyes are out it's heavy from twenty fifth to Mannheim due to a crash in the left lane it's twenty four downtown the Mannheim thirty seven to route three ninety and it's full from Anaheim to Austin Dan from Sacramento to the burning or change will take it thirty five roughly ninety two downtown twenty two from Mannheim Steve outbound is clear inbound Isley free I fifty five you will county ongoing construction both directions down to one lane between River Road in arsenal through November twentieth deadline outbound and inbound looking good except for inbound phone from Sir Mike to the burner change hello. slow it's nineteen ninety fifth to downtown I'll give you seven outbound is delay free as well as inbound it's all clear vision for looks good in fifteen minutes nonstop lake shore drive south down have you protein Chicago Avenue north bound heavy navy pier Chicago Avenue the tri state is good Jane Addams Ronald Reagan as all the veterans moral route fifty three roughly ninety all clear eighty eighty ninety four and ninety four incident free sixty five is good Indiana toll no problems and Chicago sky way looks great get traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on these radio seven eighty one of five point nine FM flash flood watch from ten PM through tomorrow morning tonight it'll be mainly cloudy with some rain and a thunderstorm or turning late tonight.

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"austin dan" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

Reality Steve Podcast

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

"Morgan. We'll let Morgan how're you how thanks so much for having me on. I am doing fabulous. Okay we got a lot to talk about with you you and boy and it's funny because I'll be upfront and honest outside of your three episodes on the challenge. I've never seen anything that you've done so wow. I'm the Senate he didn't WanNA. Watch the TV goal. That was excellent so classy. I I have questions like I'm going to be learning stuff from you a in this interview. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA learn all sorts of things because every so that I've been on has been so different than the other one's time I I I. I want to start off with a little bit about yourself self. Okay tell us kind of your background where you came. I know you went to college at ut Austin so hook them horns and yeah. I know that that's about all I know where did you. Where did you grow up. Where what's your background? Were you the cheerleader. Yoon June athlete in high school. Just give us a little bit of your background all right well. I'm assuming you can get by looking at a photo of me that I was in fact cheerleader her but I am from a small town in the absolute middle of nowhere in Texas called Graham Berry the fun fact about granddaddy that I told and I think this was the winning innings fact that may have got me on big brother's like yeah. I'm from Greenbury Texas. It's the mess capital of next like we do a lot of Mac. They're not we but like we apparently make a lot of meth. They're they're like okay so the headed where I'm from. It's very quaint it actually is a really cute town. We have a lake but I spent probably I was there eighteen years so grew up there. That'll grandpappy taxes then from there. I went to college in Austin went to the University of Texas at Austin Dan where I was of course a cheerleader. I was already girl. I literally have the most stereotypical experience but lived my best life. Life was a bit wild and college but had time I am I studied broadcast journalism so my whole idea growing up. I knew I wanted to be on TV. I did it a bit differently on reality TV's but I wanted to be a news and I went to school for that. Did all the internships actually we had a couple of job offers to go be a reporter in small town. Texas ended up turning that down graduating took a job in PR and then and I realized right then and there how much I hated working nine to five I could not answer phones could not be behind a desk and that's how big brother started wise is. I actually believe it or not was so miserable in my first about a college that my sister's sent me a casting directors twitter profile. I slid into his DNA because I knew that they were casting for other over the top and I said Hey I'm Morgan and then I sent him a photo of myself and then from the rest. The rest is history. You know what's funny. I've been in Dallas now. Thirteen years and I have heard of Grand Berry. I mean you just hear it on the radio uh-huh and just living in Dallas I I've heard of the city I could not tell you where it is in relation to where I am where whereas Graham I'm great with directions Let's be clear on that one. I don't know if you saw the challenge episode. We've got eliminated on on it. How did you geography clearly in very bad at it. I think Graham Berry is east of Dallas like it's like an hour and a half east of Dallas so close. We have a lake. That's really all people know about us. Everyone thinks I stay grand prairie and I'm like no no no the smaller L. Error town grand buried at no one goes out but I mean you're not missing much. If you've never been there okay I do want to ask about big brother in. Here's where I'm going to learn something so this season. That's currently airing big brother. twenty-one is the first season that I've ever even watched big brother outside of the two celebrity seasons the reason. I did those because I knew it wasn't as much of a time commitment. I knew it was only two and a half weeks as opposed to three months over the summer three nights a week. So I started watching Eber. The twenty one plus Holly who's on the show and is now in the final four was a former podcast gassed and she's got a link to she's got linked to bachelor nation because her ex Boyfriend's repel lapel there we go so I was like I'm going to tune in and watch holly but when she gets eliminated eliminated probably tune out and of course she still there so I've watched all summer however so big brother over the top. When this thing aired online did it replay did they did they did the TV version? Take a summer off and this is what aired or this air at a different time winded this thing go so this was is it was after big brother eighteen so they had big brother eighteen in the summer and then immediately after they started big brother over the top so we filmed I think fall twenty six was right during the election I was there I think tober through or maybe September to December something like that so I mean there was a very quick turnaround from eighteen to ot okay so it is it was the same exact doc show that we see on the network except it was just all aired online correct so I mean there. Were some different like on normal big brother. The jury votes for the winner on my season of big brother. America voted on the winter so I actually am a little more flattered because it wasn't really my house get. He voted for me to win Os. Actually She America so America thank you. Do you think if house gets voted. You would've won. I think so I think I me and my sister. I've done the math before we counted votes and I think it would have fallen. I weigh it was such a split house. If you go back and watch my season it was it honestly probably won't but if you ever decide to I'm not too the vice like it was a really great heathen because it was who sides of the house split completely down the middle. There is one side my alliance called the ball smashers all girls and then there is the inside the late night jamboree and we ah just did not get along. It was completely separated but I I think if we go back and had a jury. I think I would have one. That's right your sister. I read was on the show with the wind. She get eliminated. She made it halfway so she got eliminated. The double fiction the worst night with my whole entire life if I cried a lot on that episode just because I thought I was going to be eliminated. My sister ended up going home. Instead and my whole alliance crumbled it was just me and one girl left and I was like Oh my God there's absolutely no hope for me in this game but then luckily luckily so our season of big brother they're America's care packages so America a ton of involvement on OTC and they would send their packages and that night wants my sister went home. They ended up sending me one and it basically save me and cut me and my alliance member and the Game Gotcha now now for those who have never obviously there's only a few people hundred people in a in a country of three hundred eighty million that I've ever been on big brother and experienced living in isolated Feinman for three months. Is there a way to describe it to to someone who's never been on it. Oh my gosh I mean it sounds bad and I don't think this innocent prison except you get a lot more privilege pledge pin like you get phone calls and you can watch TV like big. Brother is the most isolated you will feel in your whole entire life. It is such a bizarre phenomenon living in that house and everyone's like Oh. You know it's just a game like come on. Why are you so invested. You forget about everything else when you're in that house because I mean there's no phone calls. There's no photos of your family. There's absolutely no the outside world at all so you forget. There is life outside so I became so invested in the game that it's like you feel like when someone gets voted out. They're dying like Oh my God. I'm never going to see him again like yes well. It's just a game but being confined in that house. It's psycho and people don't realize the only thing that you ever see being there is the guy that's it because the walls go up so I like there's no trees you don't see like cars ars or anything you only see like the house and like a little sliver of sky so I mean it's crazy. It is truly inexperience. I'm so oh happy I got to do it. Do I think I could do it again. I mean obviously I would do it again. But I mean it's toll on me. Were you a super fan of the show before for you went on or a fan of the show coming. I know I mean this sounds awful. sister was a Superfan I was. I never seen big brother before like I watched it here and there. I knew my mom and my sister were like die hard fans but it's like. I remember going in the House and I had asked I like I like like what can you explain the veto again to me like how does veto work but I mean I learned really quickly and I actually think me being less of a Superfan van helped me out because I feel like the super fans are they go in there and they play so hard so quick 'cause they're so excited like this is their dream and usually ends up shooting them in the foot whereas I went in the first couple of weeks and I was like all right I'm GONNA learn. I'm going to pick up on the game. I'm looking at my surroundings and that actually ended up helping me any time our.

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"austin dan" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Get so this is gonna be there's gonna go nowhere i wanna get a secta me 'em went in and then they asked me if i was a allergic to penicillin and i was like my dad said i was but i've never actually test it and i had to go through like four weeks of of getting tested whether it's like poking and prodding you turns out i'm not i just i've gone thirty two years of my life being meadows allergic to penicillin and i just mentioned it well yeah but apparently it's like super common where it's like a people just a doctor's go yeah probably and then people would just run with that per decades and so a yeah so and then used as an excuse to not get a sack may cause i'm scared allergic but i need my genitals cut up there's there's a you're all just know someone who's got a secta me and he picked the doctor to do as the secta me 'cause he thought it was the funniest name for a dog like in tell you the guy he's here in austin dan i is the funniest thing for a doctor to move secta me there's not a there's not a life not the doctor's name is doctor dick chop it is doctor dick shop dodger dick shop if they were older down the secta me doctor right i know a lot of guys that have gone to the doc you're chuck can you imagine you you you grow your career is based on your name rights like you you were given this name as a child that's like well i know what my career path is there are no but i'm going to later lord which is the only guys would do that right you would never go like hey barb hoosier obstetricians oh it's great her name is doctor twat stretch of a kid be voting like my name's oscar winner i guess it'd be an actor.

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"austin dan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"austin dan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"A couple of phone calls coming up here. Let's good Austin in Virginia to start us off. I austin. Dan, thank you for taking my call on this momentous day as a Redskins fan. I do have a serious question about the hassle things. But that only care if I guess if 'cause I've more important business to address here. The the football you guys played earlier with not regulation flinch vol. You guys have to redo that sort of the bad is reportedly. But I cannot allow this to happen. I did notice the gold flinch vol. You guys used was the trophy. I sent you guys very similar to the the golden phonies, just a gold spray painted flinch ball several years ago, but that has several layers of gold spray paint on it. And it does not bounce like regulation. Flinch vol. You guys need to redo it with the yellow ball. Well, we can't find the flinch balls. That's the problem. We've been looking I have several I would be more than happy to come and drop drop them off whatever I can. I'm actually fork today. At the half swing. Shocker. But look look I saw one of the background there. I think you had one yellow one try try check it around there because I think I saw one regulation one. All right. Well, thank you. Thank you. Yeah. We started flinch ball. And then we didn't realize there was regulation flinch ball. Austin Senate some flinch balls to play and you usually about ten feet apart. And then you bounce the flinch ball. And then you try to get the other guy in the groin. Yes. Yes. A lot of people don't realize it bef- Lynch ball is governed the same way golf is where random people can call in and be like that's a violation. You didn't do that. Right. You guys got to redo it rules violation. Yeah. Yeah. But thank you. We need some new flinch volunteer poli laws. Police lost the bed. He's thought Cuyler Murray if he was gonna go number one that we had to take flinch balls. And if he happened to win and Quinton Williams win number one or whoever then he got to play Walter Payton, videos all day. Yes. You should've saw Washington draft at home sad sack last night. And I'm holding out for hope that the raiders would do something. And package everybody. That's right up after the fact. Lynch the but we didn't connect. I got your pocket that was it was close. Shane in Florida joins us. Hi, shane. What do you have? Hey, Dan, six foot two twenty. Like, a brick outhouse. I just wanna say, I don't think they should treat Joshua's. And quite yet. I think they have absolutely no leverage like rich that the are to get on the dollar if they do try to them right now, if you have an asset he don't, you know, I think they he's only going to go up in value from here right now, they they seem desperate. They need to get rid of them. Why not hold onto way to team absolutely needs them? Need him? You know training camp Tom Brady Bose's knee out. You know, the okay Shane. Shea. You're right. I mean, Tom Brady could blow his knee out. Yeah. Mcclennan?.

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"austin dan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"N B R six eighty. Listening to the National League championship series on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. It is the top of the ninth inning walk. You. The dodgers are up five to one. We do the daddy normally more three run home route of the sixth inning. Jeremy Jeffers will lead off the dime. He'll be followed by Chris Taylor. Austin, Dan, Chris singleton with you here to Miller park, and it has grown very quiet here. The ballpark almost a feeling of resignation on the part of the Bill walkie fans is good sees it as their brewers have had as resilient as they have shown themselves to be. They are up against it right now down five to one. As we go top died. I Mitch to plea is doubted in. Kershaw is still standing on the mound the bullpen for the dodgers. And as we speak throwing a pitch just throwing every now. And again, he still got some time heavies covet in the sitting just began is the one. Oh, check swing at a ball inside ball too. I got guest Danny he s company let me continue to throw out there. And again, not ideal. Let's say if Jansen walks a guy and gives up that here in the middle of any you're bringing Clayton Kershaw in. You're gonna get him hot out there. Probably the best thing to do especially after Janssen throw a to get him into start. Here's the to go and Quigley Sakis taking all the way. And he takes stri two and one. And for the brewers. You also have a scheduled ahead, a lefty, righty and lefty. Her shall look at a do perhaps something that he's done before look at the dodgers to the World Series. The to what lookout ran inside almost Tatum. The by three balls in a stripe. Audio COPD. Five runs eight hits. No heirs for the dodgers want seven and over the brewers. The brewers last night to force game seven. The Dow the dodgers are this close to repeating his National League champions. Here's the three one all the way at a bouncer hid weekly towards third charged by moussaka.

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"austin dan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Robert Wood topping Austin's news. A big changes coming to a stretch of interstate thirty five in south Austin? Dan, Hodge starting tomorrow night. The woodland exit to get to all tour in order to make that an easier place to get on I thirty five and get off of I thirty five we are closing the southbound Altdorf street ramp that will be a permanent closure. Southbound traffic will be reduced to one lane tomorrow night from ten pm until six AM to make that change which is supposed to reduce crashes by about twenty percent. There is a new course for Texas high-schoolers to pass this year glasses about how to behave. When teams are pulled over by the cops legislation mandates this class was spearheaded by state Senator Royce west who says there is a lack of trust in some communities between police and the people addressing that issue trading academy's law enforcement academies. Sues driver's education program, and the curriculum covers citizen's rights duties police officers how to behave during a traffic, stop and how to file complaints. Also, something that really falls in line with what? Austin police chief Brian Manley is discussed regarding community policing metric Osborne. Newsradio BJ ready for another year of sticker shock as you renew. Your health insurance premiums are going up again, and that's not all so as you as a director of health insurance advice Shawn's Qatar over the past twenty years deductibles from player provided plans have risen significantly. We've seen them go from leaving two thousand three around three hundred dollars to now. Current average deductible was around twelve hundred dollars Medicare recipients. Also, we'll see some changes in supplement plans..

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"austin dan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Austin Dan hit down the right field line at Paul has hit, well the Scotty ended a. Corner he'll look up and that's in the holiday Opposite field for Austin two Homer game Check on some sports from, yesterday as a matter of fact twins they're off tonight after that. Loss. Yesterday. To the, to the Astros no yeah I'm sorry what am I saying the as Oakland as I got one, of those eight. Teams air Jimmy anyway they're off today they'll take three on, the road starting a series against Cleveland then they'll be going down to to to Texas for a series against the stroz and also the Rangers sports brought. To you by the good, feet store so A couple of surprises where you start to get. To. See some of these, September call ups guys like Tyler. Austin and such like that but, I still wish that the regular players were out there performing the. Way. That. Supposed to, be the big question is will we see Byron Buxton before the end of the season yeah or, will he be. Sent down let's say the instructional league and do some more, work down there I think it'd be fun to see him back out there in center field if he's healthy enough to do it right how about Tyler. Austin People didn't. Like a lot of moves the. Twins made six home runs now as. Its win yeah two of them yesterday who of them yesterday so to solo shots twins lose they have the day off and we've, got some news, to break after eight. Thirty two we'll share that with WBZ CEO listeners kind of excited about that and what it what. It means going forward, I think listeners will just be nothing short of enthusiastic about? All, of that I know that Kirk? Cousins I know you've probably heard this story tried to get out. Here for the state fair on Saturday I was here on Saturday night he needed to do was text me I. Want. To come and pick I got right. In I like Boise Olsen suggestion why not make it a PR moment for the Minnesota. Vikings put him on the public transportation Mt who is not an metro metro transit thank you that's what the. Era I'm living in DC but anyway put him on a bus ride out. With the people man of. The people that'd be great dumped off over at the West End apparently was craving a fried twinkie. Fried twinkie and he missed out. Because two hundred and twenty two thousand. And his closest friends were waiting That'd be an enjoyable time all. The way around, this story. In the paper this morning gophers are just a little bit, concerned about tickets and ticket sales, for the upcoming football season they don't expect. White the. Crowd there this coming they start when Thursday night or, this weekend is Thursday they host New Mexico state right right at at six o'clock kickoff there so I think it's indicative of a. TV you can get any game on TV you wanna see or your phone for that matter and then be the millennial generation they're just Hey, I can I've got other things. To do Yeah exactly well they wish some of those other. Things would, include getting out for a twins game I mean for a, gopher game also because I think the hockey crowds they said in the paper this morning. Are also down as is the the basketball crowd but the u. of. M. women have. Been driving very well in volleyball they're doing terrific. So that's one side and bar of the story the basketball team is up a. Thousand season tickets, since, the hiring. Of Lindsay Whalen so the women's Yeah so there's some. Bright spots of softball teams has been very successful so hopefully you know PJ Fleck and the gopher. Football team will be the driving force behind some of this raising revenues for gopher, sports they talked about how important that was. And I think the deputy AD for development said something like that. With. Their budget set at one hundred twenty one. Million dollars it's going to, depend. A lot on selling some. Additional tickets out there yeah I think another story John is the Vikings speaking of Kirk cousins they traded to the giants draft pick for. Center, who. Started, thirteen games last year for the giants and now it looks like they may have. Solved that, problem for the time being but they're still thin on the, offensive line so Maxie will know more about that here in about an hour okay we'll..

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"austin dan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Is searching for an inmate who was discovered missing from a detention facility this morning daniel brown's twenty eight reported missing from the suzanne ks detention facility in dallas early this morning according to sheriff's office officials brow was assigned to work in the kitchen area and detectives believe he may have escaped through the dock area they're reviewing security footage to determine how and when brown escape the facility one man is dead another facing intoxication manslaughter charges following a wreck around twelve forty five this morning dallas police say pedro l madera as was driving east on timberline drive through the web chapel extension when his car was hit by a vehicle driven by jose rodriguez crews almandares chavez died at the scene rodriguez cruise is in parliament hospital getting treatment for injuries from that accident police say he's in custody to face intoxication manslaughter charges and somewhat is passing himself off as the oldest man in the usa to steal from the one hundred twelve year old austin dan richard over ten is one hundred and twelve years old lives in austin he had money from social security and a bank account note the past tense hat overton family says someone got a hold of his account numbers and drain them in a series of seven withdrawals family member says that overton had a significant amount of money all gone the good news is that the stolen money is separate from two thousand fifteen campaign that raised three hundred thousand dollars for overton he's the nation's oldest world war two veteran who was at pearl harbor just after the japanese attack the fundraiser provided round the clock in home care for overton police are looking for the identity thief charlie hodges newsradio ten eighty krld now time for carolee traffic and weather together traffic center his daniel bam thank you scott watching delays due.

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"austin dan" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Because i think there's a lot of potential there and i loved how they went into the game and and the new guardians couldn't reboot there there was a lot of aspects with the new guardians that i really liked i liked their geary liked a lot of their their actions i like a lot of the the new portrayals that they kind of added to the series i like the fact that they weren't able to reboot so they had to figure out another way of playing the game because bob is the only one that could do that because he's a true guardian i have some theories as far as when they turn on the reboot land i think that the sorcerer must be austin's dad and i think that because he he kind of has this weird digital twitch like he's ben in assistant but doesn't realize it he's very singular focused on tearing down the net but there's no reason why and it in his totally oblivious to the fact that you can send things through translated to tech until he sees the blood on megabytes hand and i like the little silver orbs that they find that austen's dad or something in the net keeps leaving behind basically showing that they digitized austin's rat and put it in the web and i think that the source were started around the time that austen's dad disappeared in which kind of leads me to believe that part of austin's dan is still in the web.

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"austin dan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is best known for providing council to america's president starting all the way back with harry truman he nelson made several visits to indiana over the years as well protesters outside the florida state capital in tallahassee today the florida state legislature turned down a proposal cracking down on the ownership of assault rifles in the state yesterday as well in the wake of the mass shooting at a park when high school that left seventeen people dead meanwhile president trump is also holding a is also holding a listening session today with guncontrol advocates at the white house on the guest list students teachers and parents affected by gun violence including the shootings that sandy hook and columbine the meeting comes a day after the president call for a ban on bump stocks the president's supports not having the use of bumps stocks we expect further action on that press secretary sarah sanders told reporters the president will discuss efforts to ensure school safety at today's listening sessions in washington rachel sutherland fox news speaking of school we'll safety loss of threats reported against indiana schools yesterday's several students have been arrested in threats made against schools in gibson county austin dan ville caramel and columbus just to name a few none of the threats were deemed credible by indiana state police a spirited debate among indiana's republican candidates for the us senate last night the right to try among the topics discussed chris davis with more of the economy jobs taxes and health care and whether or not you can make the decisions to take care of yourself of your terminally ill all part of the debate last night representative luke messer and i do believe when somebody is in a situation where they're trying to deal with terminal illness they ought to be in charge of their of their own future and their own life representative todd rookie it as conservatives what i'm for is for us running our own lives medical pot in which cuts they'd be willing to make quickest to add wibc dot com chris davis 93 wibc mobile news.

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"austin dan" Discussed on Why Oh Why

Why Oh Why

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on Why Oh Why

"Right now it's time for another blind scape date hello this week we have travis and send the era he's 25 she's 23 and they both live and austin texas they spoke late at night on a friday and right from the moment they first met you can hear them smiling at each other through the screen hello i cried on travellers i'm in the era nervosa the ju mike why is uh yeah pretty sure they like each other my first question it's a little like i divan like really dean is have you ever doubted your career choice and how did you deal with that doubt mm yes i don't have a career and the general sense i have uh the place that i mix me money is my job music is the thing i'm really passionate about and there's definitely been times when i was like men i may be made some decisions scott made my life harder that were you know four that piece of my life definitely there's been out there but for the most part now i still really love music two months to to feel like that's why moved austin was for music which heart yeah i know another austin dan person go figure no there's no judgment i'm a big supporter of the are arts okay so everyone has like multiple favorite dan's growing up for like throughout life like if you ask me what my favorite band was that's hard questionanswer because the different times in been different ones.

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"austin dan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"austin dan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know you leave it the calf a to you know the motto did sounds like if there's a there's a mike of them some you have some got about mike are and that's the but there is a living on a family beautiful dot com yes and it's right there hot mike they could also go on facebook at warren media and marketing now go up jacob oh my god austin dan warren and to susan sure and i am great you to fill their later very nice the man you guys really on night guys the ladies i really had a big lunch hillary do this tomorrow night sure were gonna without the article alright let's get into a robert de niro readings a mean tweets about himself that's always find right let's have fun bad welcome to mike last month imitating robert janeiro the first set this always contort your face like you just surgeon graham of far is this all you have to do in your life right these kinds of things were he's got missed a spring will of china rob.

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