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The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

"Bill, tell us, why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? What is the story of Thanksgiving? Well, the little background. So the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top. The British empire controlled in the Australia New Zealand Hong Kong brisk ionic Canada Barbados Bermuda Jamaica and America. And so America's founders wanted to break away from this globalist one world government king. And so they flipped it and made the people became. And so where did they get this idea that you could rule yourself without a king? Well, it came from the pilgrims and that it came from the calvinist Puritans that came from the reformation and then they got their ideas from ancient Israel. That first 400 years out of Egypt, it's called the Hebrew republic. And it's the first instance in recorded history of a nation with millions of people and no king. And there's around 1400 BC up to about a thousand BC. And it worked because every single citizen was taught the law. And they were personally accountable to God to follow the law. So this period of history is called the Hebrew republic. And these calvinist puritan scholars study this so intently that they were nicknamed Christian hebrews. So in 1517, Martin Luther starts the reformation and for about a century before the age of enlightenment, you have these scholars in Europe studying, not just the Bible in their own language, but this particular first 400 year period, this Hebrew republic. And that's why they taught Hebrew at Yale and Harvard. They were amazed at coming up with a form of government without a king. And again, it's based on this idea that you teach everybody the law and then everybody walks around aware that they're accountable to a God who's watching them watch them to be fair and it's going to hold them accountable in the future.

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Caller Vocalizes Their Right to Ask Questions About Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Vocalizes Their Right to Ask Questions About Elections

"I agree with everything you said about the elections I've been watching them since 1976. The day the night of the election when they shut down in Atlanta and they sat down in Pennsylvania and a lot of my talk at night our time. I knew there was something wrong. But I have a right to feel that way. I have a right and I'm so sick and I'm so fed up with this empty suit of a president telling me I'm a semi fascist. I am a middle aged soon to be older, woman who's just trying to do right. Right. And she writes in this world. And I am so set up with the gaslighting. I'm so set up with January 6th. I think it was Andrea Mitchell. I think maybe last Sunday, I saw snippets goes on CSN BC, watch this quote. Well, this talk Pelosi thing happened because of January 6th. Oh my God, you guys grow up. Do you remember what happened the summer of 2020? Do you know what they did to our city in Minneapolis? I won't go in Minneapolis anymore. I used to work there. I am career there. I was there all the time. I won't step foot in it. And I tell everybody not to go there. And then a woman who is going to do a convention there. I don't go to Minneapolis. Right. Hey, Julie, can I say something about what you pointed out about Andrea Mitchell trying to connect the Pelosi attack to January 6th? Forget Andrea Mitchell. You know who did it last night? Joe Biden. The president of the United States. It's hard. What about connecting January 6th to the summer of 2020? Doesn't anybody understand that maybe those people who were in D.C. were so frustrated watching what happened in Minneapolis and in DCD for that and in Portland and in Seattle and nobody talks about that. What about how they must have been feeling? Watching this happen to our country and our quote great leaders who love to gaslight us. And yet everything's about January 6th.

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The Left Doesn't Like Talking About the Traditional Family

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Left Doesn't Like Talking About the Traditional Family

"Crime in America is going to get worse because the left wants it to get worse. The left wants chaos. They don't want stability. They want chaos. And unfortunately, what they've done to my community, what they've done to the black community is systematically destroyed the black community by removing the fathers out of the home and we're seeing the results of that. You know why the left doesn't like to talk about the traditional family and we're going to talk about the traditional family. And I got to tell you even some conservatives kind of shy away from the social issues. It's the dumbest thing you could ever do as a conservative because social issues are gonna save our society. Social issues are gonna keep the blessing of God, the favor of God upon our society. The traditional family listen, guys, I went through the gamut, all right? I had a child out of wedlock. I lived a crazy, crazy lifestyle BC before Christ. And I'm not perfect today. But here's what I've always understood that the traditional family is the best place where you get your training for life. How you learned, it's where you learn how to treat people. It's where you learn how to behave. It's where you should learn how to read and write, respect your elderly, respect, respect your elders. I'm sorry, respect your peers. It's the place where you learn the most in the beginning. Now, the left has began to change that, actually, they have changed that in academia, and even some on the right have fallen for that. I've heard people on the right, oh yeah, get my kid in preschool, I freaking two years old. Oh my God, people. Don't you understand what the left is doing? See, this is what they've done to the black community and they've utterly destroyed the black community, and if you fall for this left wing nonsense, they'll destroy your community as well. Now, we're all the American people, but let's face it. The left is successful at creating blocks of American people in order to divide us.

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Charlie Kirk Weighs in on the FBI Raid

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Kirk Weighs in on the FBI Raid

"Kind of a big deal today because of all the breaking news and by God's grace, we have our dear friend Charlie Kirk to help us process these things. Charlie, welcome. Eric, great to be here. You know, I'm a little disappointed. They didn't raid Mar-a-Lago during the 2000 mules premiere. That really would have been something. Wouldn't have been sweet to have these FBI thugs just, you know, brush elbows with us. That would have just been an honor. It would have been with the deep state itself. Listen, you have a new book out. I want to talk about that. But what is going on right now is utterly unprecedented and I'm trying to process it and I know my audience is trying to process it. And I'm really thrilled that we happen to have you today to help us process it. So tell us whatever is on your mind because it's so big that I don't know quite where to start. Yeah. Well, first of all, Eric, you know, you tried to warn people. This was one of the things you were focused on during the election integrity fights of you said something so graphic. They have a knife to lady liberty's throat. And, you know, people didn't quite take that seriously. But look where we are now. And so I believe this is a Rubicon moment crossing of the Rubicon in 49 BC Julius Caesar made a decision to cross the river Rubicon and it changed Rome forever, started the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire and started a Roman Civil War and it changed civilization as we know it. I think this is the left crossing the Rubicon. There is no going back from this. Period. You don't get to go occupy. It wasn't a raid. It was a military occupation with 270 man hours of a political dissident who was going to announce as the next candidate in 2024 who also was a president and act as if everything's going to go back to normal. Sorry, game has changed.

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What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 3 months ago

What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.

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The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

"The movie you reveal a connection between 9 11 and COVID-19. Is that a numerological thing or what is the connection between 9 11 and COVID-19? It's numerological. And it's much more than that. In fact, last time we spoke, I think we spoke maybe about the time, but we didn't speak about the nature of this. And it really goes with where we are now. One is that I even spoke about it in the original book, the harbinger, and that I said that, how long is it between that first strike? The warning strike, the pattern, is that God allows a strike on the land in every case. With us, it was 9 11, and that's when all these things start appearing. So the question was asked, how long is it between that and when greater shaking come on the land? And when I look, you look at Jerusalem or Israel, ancient Israel. The first strike came when Nebuchadnezzar invaded the land. That was the warning. It was 6 O 5 BC. The greater shakings came in 5 86 BC. So that's how many years. That's 19 years. It says in the 19th year in the 19th year, 19 are linked to judgment. If you take 9 11 and you count, when is the 19th years, they're going to be shaking. It comes out to the year 2020. 2020 is the year that all these shakings have come. This plague, this COVID-19 came on. In fact, what's the name of what is the name of this plate? COVID and the number 19. Jeremiah said that when, in the 19th year, this is about Israel said that a plague, one of the shakings is a plague comes on the land. Now here's where it gets a lot deeper. And I don't think we touched on it last time. And that is this. That there's a connection in the Bible, a very grievous sin. Is the sin of offering up your children in sacrifice? Well, Israel offered up thousands. We have offered up 60 million children. There's no way that's not answered in some way. There's no way that that doesn't invoke judgment.

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Man shot dead while working at 'Law & Order' film location

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Man shot dead while working at 'Law & Order' film location

"A man working on a popular TV series has been shot to death in New York It is a real-life crime at a filming location for a show that usually deals with stories that are ripped from the news pages Police say a New York command working on Law & Order: Organized Crime was shot to death in Brooklyn the victim Johnny pizarro was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the head and neck He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead police are investigating and at this point have not released information on suspects and BC is confirming the death of the crew member asked for privacy for the dead man's family and says no filming was going on at the time of the shooting Gabriel

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Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

"A Southern California hospital emergency ward was the scene of a S.W.A.T. team standoff Friday I'm Ben Thomas with the story Los Angeles Police say a man walked into encino hospital medical center in the San Fernando valley asking for treatment for anxiety and stabbed a doctor into nurses They were taken to a trauma center in critical condition Lauren McAllen as a surgical tech at a nearby hospital she tells KA BC They were carrying people out on stretchers One underwent surgery but all three were later listed in stable condition meantime the man holed up in a room for about four hours before S.W.A.T. team members finally arrested him He was taken to another hospital for treatment of self inflected injuries Police say he has a lengthy criminal record including two arrests last year for battery of a police officer and resisting arrest coming just two days after a gunman killed four people and then himself at a hospital in Tulsa Oklahoma McAllen tells kaab It's just disheartening And with all this other stuff going on these days I mean this just really hits really close to home I'm Ben Thomas

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Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | 6 months ago

Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

"Back. I'm talking to doctor Douglas, petrovic, who is putting forward a thesis with a lot of evidence that, in fact, the world's oldest alphabet is Hebrew or what eventually became the Hebrew alphabet going back so far that it's almost incomprehensible to the 19th century BC. If you know anything about the evolution of language and alphabet, and we're going to get into that, it's gigantic news. And it proves the link between Egypt and the Hebrew people. So a lot of what you've discovered doctor petrovic, and by the way, thank you for being with us today. The reason it's so controversial is because it supports the Bible as history and there are a lot of people deeply invested in that not being right. And so you become their enemy and what you're putting out there. They want to debunk it. When did you in the course of your studies begin to see that you had something here that you could make this case? It goes back to 2012 and 2013. It all started when I was studying for my comprehensive exams for my PhD at the university of Toronto, which by the way, the major of my program was serial Palestinian archeology and the first minor was Egyptian language ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language. And then the second miners ancient near eastern religions, but all goes back to 2012 when all of a sudden out of nowhere I fell into evidence for Israelites in Egypt at the time of the exodus. I already knew the right time frame for this that it's the middle of the 15th century BC that they exit has happened in 1446 BC. And I knew the right place, which is the site of a virus. And what was discovered there were animal remains consisting of four different animals that you read about in excess 11 and 12, the time of the first Passover, the tenth plague on Egypt, dogs, cattle, sheep, and goats, and most of them were sheep and sheep and goats, and almost all of the sheep and goats died in their first year of age, which is exactly what the Hebrew Bible says was a requirement for the sacrificial animals. So in studying this in falling into this, you know, I consider it kind of like a gold mine that I fell into.

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Douglas Petrovich Has Uncovered Fascinating Archeological Connections

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 6 months ago

Douglas Petrovich Has Uncovered Fascinating Archeological Connections

"Now the headline here, and I should have started with this. Is that, I mean, this is so fascinating. It's always the more fascinating something is that more difficult it is to sum up. But this has tremendous implications with regard to the historicity of the scriptures. The stories of Joseph. Again, going way back, talking to the 19th century BC. It's amazing. The 19th century BC so far back, the time when Joseph would have lived. But we didn't really know this until fairly recently and you've been at the forefront of showing this. There are a lot of directions to go in, but I think isn't that the most controversial aspect of what you're putting out there that there are people that just don't want to believe that some of what the Bible says is true. It's history and by discovering this language, this alphabet I should say so far back long before we thought there was an alphabet, you make it difficult for those who don't like to believe that the Bible is history. Absolutely Eric and you would not believe the amount of flak that I have received in light of all of this because it is giving credence to the history of the Bible and if you think about it and I don't know, you are academic background, but in most colleges and universities, both across the United States and around the world. Professors have been using their platform to kind of mock the historical view of the Bible. And one of the greatest mockeries that's used is, hey, the Bible says the Israelites were in Egypt for 430 years. Why do we have no proof of that? And for all of this period of modern history with archeology and the study of ancient inscriptions, epigraphy, we have no examples that show us that the Israelites were there. And that then becomes a springboard to creating disbelief within our kids and our

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Douglas Petrovich on Hieroglyphics and the Hebrew Alphabet

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Douglas Petrovich on Hieroglyphics and the Hebrew Alphabet

"So you're telling me that we know and everybody would agree that whatever the first alphabet was, the first written language that uses alphabetics was derived we know from Egyptian hieroglyphics. Now, is that because of is it the letter a that looks like a bull or an upside down bull? How do we know that Egyptian hieroglyphics lead to the first alphabet? Well, we know for several reasons. One of which is that in its earliest form. And by the way, the earliest inscriptions were found in several sites in Egypt and several sites in Sinai southwestern Sinai. So from those early inscriptions, we know that at that stage, at that phase, the alphabetic script was extremely what we call pictographic, which means it's as if you were drawing something and anyone looking at the drawing could clearly tell what you were drawing because of the picture. So that is what was borrowed very clearly and again, agreed on by all scholars. That was drawn from hieroglyphics. And as time went along, Eric in the second millennium BC and by the way, that's the 19th century BC is when it started. Our earliest attested alphabetic letter is 1842 BC and the oldest inscription is 1840 BC. So as then time went along, the script evolved if you don't mind the term, in such a way that it became less and less pictographic. And if you think about it, that's really logical because you wouldn't want people to spend so much time writing every single letter drawing a well, you know, with good curvature, all of the forms of a picture. But if you could make it more abstract if you could write it faster, then it would speed up the entire writing.

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The Origins of Hebrew With Archaeologist Scott Stripling

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | 7 months ago

The Origins of Hebrew With Archaeologist Scott Stripling

"Does Hebrew become what we think of today as Hebrew, where did it start? How does that okay, so the silhouette inscription, that is paleo Hebrew, okay? Now, when you get into the late second temple period, sometimes in synagogue settings, for example, even in some of the Dead Sea scrolls, they're still using some paleo Hebrew because it's venerated. It's a holy script. But now they're using a different script by second temple period times. So I'm talking about older than the paleo Hebrew. Where the letters have not yet standardized. And the readings have not yet standardized, just like old English. I have a master's degree in English also in English. I mean, if you tried to compare old English with Modern English, only a few people alive, know how to do that, but you could very clearly see those different English. Most people don't realize that most people think Shakespeare's old English is like, no, no, no, Shakespeare is Modern English. Chaucer, 1300 BC. It's a little English. That's right. And what we call old English beowulf is utterly 100% unreadable to modern English speakers and readers. And so it is fascinating. We still call our old English because our language has evolved. So it's interesting when you're talking about a language like Hebrew and how they, as you're saying here, it's the very dawn of the written language. That's right.

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Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

"Know, a recent article came out. This is what made me think I've got to have you on to talk about this. It's about a so called curse amulet discovered from about 1200 BC, big deal stuff, ladies and gentlemen. Big deal, excavation, archeological news. But you got to be clear, the provost at the Bible seminary in Houston and you're the director of excavations for the association for biblical research. Currently at Shiloh. Shiloh is one of those names out of the Bible like, really? Shiloh. So big. How often how much time do you spend being an archeologist? How much time do you spend in Houston, which is your home? And how much time do you spend in the field in Israel? I'm in Israel, Eric, for about three months out of the year, two months in the summer excavating, and then back and forth for various projects and to speak at conferences and stuff during the year. And the rest of the time I'm in Houston, we have an archeological institute at our school. And so I oversee that as

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Israel: A Nation With No King

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Israel: A Nation With No King

"I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer. You can find him at American minute dot com and other places. He's written many wonderful books. Bill, you were just sharing something that is really not often enough mentioned. It's almost never mentioned. So take us back before we have king Saul roughly a thousand BC for 400 years after between Moses and Saul. We have millions of people, the nation of Israel, effectively governing themselves. What am I missing? Right, so Yale has on its coat of arms. Hebrew characters. The scholars at this time were called Christian hebraists, John Sadler, whose sister Anne married John Harvard. You had all these different scholars studying this first 400 year period when Israel came out of Egypt before they got king song. Now, one of my books I wrote is called who was the king in America? And I actually spent a few years researching every century of recorded human history from the elamites, which became Persia to the Assyrian to the neo Assyrians, the Babylonians to Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, 2000 years of Egyptian pharaohs, 5000 years of Chinese emperors, Indian maharajas, the whole world, the most common form of governments, kings. And with military advancements, these kingdoms get bigger to find the king of England had the biggest. But the first instance in recorded human history of a nation with no king is Israel that first 400 years when they came out of Egypt. So 1400 BC, give or take a couple century Israel comes out of Egypt and for 400 years, no can. We don't really appreciate it until you realize when you look at all the other countries. That this is the first instance in all of recorded human history of a nation with millions of people in no

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Virus outbreaks at UVa, BC scuttle Fenway, Military Bowls

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Virus outbreaks at UVa, BC scuttle Fenway, Military Bowls

"The the Fenway Fenway bowl bowl in in the the military military bowl bowl or or the the latest latest Virginia Virginia and and SMU SMU had had been been scheduled scheduled to to play play Monday Monday at at Boston's Boston's Fenway Fenway Park Park the the Cavaliers Cavaliers were were to to depart depart for for Boston Boston Christmas Christmas day day but but a a number number of of players players began began showing showing symptoms symptoms of of covert covert nineteen nineteen and and tested tested positive positive the the whole whole team team was was tested tested producing producing additional additional positives positives the the military military bowl bowl had had matched matched Boston Boston College College in in east east Carolina Carolina also also Monday Monday again again positive positive covered covered nineteen nineteen tests tests this this time time among among BC BC players players to to scrap scrap that that BC BC coach coach Jeff Jeff happily happily says says this this is is not not the the way way we we wanted wanted this this season season to to come come to to an an end end but but he he says says the the team team just just does does not not have have enough enough players players specifically specifically play play game game I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

"COVID-19. BC that's British Columbia. Canada is composed of provinces. I think it's 7 ten. Excuse me, ten. I've been to all of them except Prince Edward Island. BC closes gyms, bars, clubs, and bands indoor Christmas parties, as omicron cases surge. All Macron cases surge. So what if cases surge? Of any type. Cases is not the issue. Death is the issue serious illnesses the issue, right? And omicron? The South Africans of the people who revealed it, and they said, what's everybody panicking about? It's no big deal. When people cut off flights from South Africa, like that'll work. Notice, it's really been effective. On The Crown, omikron may be a blessing, may be a curse. I don't know. But it may be a blessing. If more and more people get natural immunity and don't get sick, want a gift. On Tuesday, what is today? Wednesday? No. Yesterday, health officials announced the cancellation of all indoor gatherings, regardless of size. Wow. I think Canada should replace the maple leaf. With a policeman, this is a good wish we should have a contest. What should Canada replace the maple leaf with? A sheep is very, very good, is a very good idea. A policeman is another good idea. Very nice. An N95 mask.

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How Anthony Fauci Caused Family Havac

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 1 year ago

How Anthony Fauci Caused Family Havac

"You realize America is one of the only industrialized democracies to actually allow you to have a Christmas with a family and friends. Although the man I have increasingly come to hold in contempt and to be Fauci says you shouldn't invite relatives or friends who are not vaccinated. Proves the efficacy of vaccines, doesn't it? By the way, to force, because the people who have vaccines are just as likely to transmit it. All he's doing is creating family havoc. The whole thing's family, havoc, the whole thing's havoc. H a VOC. I'm very proud, actually. That I said in April of 2020 that the lockdowns were the greatest international mistake in history. I was a 100% right. They have only created death and destruction. That's what they have accomplished. Death and destruction. And it has made clear to me. The ability to control people is extraordinary, just say safety and people will do anything. They will cut relations off with their parents. They will not have their parents visit their grandchildren for two years. How will they explain that later in life? When it comes out what a farce this was.

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"bc" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Is as usual not often enough made comparison. But yes, if you're sitting there with your only buy in stakes that are too high for you, you're much less inclined to call off all your chips in the right spot because it's all your chips, but if you're playing right and have other buy ins to reload and you can make better decisions. So hopefully I'll make the right decisions and hopefully I think part of the alerts is from adjacent with the BC BC is I mean really, once you resolve that you're going to go for the win and that's the money that's required. To me, the opinions take care of themselves like if I'm lucky enough to be sitting on 80,000 and the central quality and I know a $50,000 wind bet on him is going to win it. I mean, that's the decision. There's no. So you certainly answered one of our jury questions then that horse you're leading up. But you've been kind of bullish on him from the start and you really hasn't done a whole lot to shake any confidence in him. Yeah, I'll say this. The only race I picked against and he did lose and he ran spectacular in the Derby, but I just thought with other stuff going on in him being the favorite and that type of race that he was worth taking a stand against. But to think of a horse at two and three, I think we saw with the wise Dan, when the older horses get to that peak, I think not that it's easy by any means. But I think in older horse you just kind of expect that they're at the development where they can they just need to maintain that plateau. When you're a two and three year old, you're talking about your whole crop as well as an older horses when you go against them. They're still developing too. And the thought that essential quality is just almost undefeated, not miss anything. I mean, the gym dandy, you get that target. He made his preps through COVID. There weren't any issues. To me, that's the sign of the class of a horse and then when you roll in the pace, I'm expecting in the classics, he's just going to have that aim and I think he's the best fight of the weekend in anything higher than two to one. Yes. I know during COVID, he was an avid master in social distancing, so he had very little. Yes. This is karma for him. He's getting his just dues for playing this part. And any favorites throughout the couple of days you're bullish against? Bullish, I mean, laureus just because you're getting done by road. I remember you mentioned literally the other day. Yeah, it came up on social media. And that was more a horse of the year. I mean, I mean, I do see or is the most likely winner, but in terms of favorites that are that are beatable and we could list off probably all of them in the turf. But those are just more competitive races. But true sky mentioned because she is an obvious favorite. She's a deserving favorite. And unless she dares the devil wins like inside information, I will wrapped up the eclipse award in my mind. She just put together the long campaign and the grade one races and that deserves to be rewarded. My issue is with the horse of the year thing running in races that others couldn't. I would love to see in the Clark if she wins at this staff, but first things first, you've got to take care of the disk staff. And I think Chad Brown is going to have something to say about it. The horse on the outside royal flag is that he liked? I actually like done by rose. This is the one on the outside. We're right about the outside. So I have my royal flag, I don't mind at all. I would like to be in a position multi race wise we're either one wins. I mean, like in essential quality as much as I do gives me some options. So royal flag isn't really one I would want to let beat me and that spot. There's so many races and horses like it's easy to get confused and like kind of forget where you're at in the day and where you're at in the races and who's in what? Like I feel like I've looked through these races a few times now and still each time I'm like, oh yeah, this one's like there's just so much. It's not like the Derby where it's the one big race. Yeah. And I think with the growth of the schedule too, like, I forget who was talking about this, someone here maybe, but just it used to be the 8 races came out 7 if you're even older than we are. And you had the data look forward to and you could really just kind of dig in about the day and you already knew all the horses, but with this 14 race extravaganza, you actually have to handicap the car inside you is for winding a sense of the fare eyes of each horse and stuff. And you need to dig in on horses. Never even heard of. I don't think that was the case as much back in the one day Dave. Well, I thought for your last jury, I thought to do something fun. It might be fun to do a roast or are you ready to do that? I am, I've already changed my name on Twitter. Okay, good, because and I should preface this I am so not a stand up comedian. These jokes are lousy them that you know why, but with that being said, let's start, the Ed derosa rose..

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"bc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"1700 BC and it was also well established in China by the seventh century. BC Now nice houses, a building designed for storing ice and and then storing things that need to be cooled by that ice. And we've touched on this a bit. And past episode specifically our episode on air conditioned, you know, how do you? How do you store ice and keep it cool? Yeah, And I think there were some allegations that Say. For example, in ancient Persia, you could have sellers that were cooled by wind catchers and cannot see, uh, that would would stay very cold and you could store you know, cold, like foods or ice or whatever in them. Yeah, but in other cases, you just had access to say Mountain. Nice. Even we saw this in the Aztec world, the Aztecs would bring ice down. From the mountains would be carried down by runners. And then it would be sold to, you know, members of the royal Houses, uh, there in the market. This allegedly happened in the ancient Roman world as well, Right? Yeah, and the Chinese utilized it as well. The the the different ice houses of the Chinese used they often had, you know, ornate doors. They had a draining system for when the ice is melting. It would be used as a place to store ice or even a royal body. After the individual had passed away. And by the way, all of this is one of the reasons why the history of ice cream goes back far further in time. Then I think a lot of us might think the Chinese, for instance, are thought to have produced the earliest example of a sweet ice milk concoction as early as the seventh century BC when we can do the full episode on ice cream. Well, we thought we were gonna have maybe a sponsor for a little bit. We're like, Bring us the ice cream sponsor. That's right. Yeah, Conduct bar. You're out there hit us up. We'll do an ice cream episode tomorrow. So if you would like Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts..

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"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Bc a cumulus dishes. Hey, ABC. ABC News at 12 O'clock I'm Kevin Trump President Joe Biden will visit Southern California Monday in an effort to support Governor Gavin Newsom. The pair are expected to campaign in Long Beach one day ahead of the deadline to return ballots and vote in the gubernatorial recall election. Today In Washington, the president plans to sign an order requiring all federal workers to be vaccinated. There will be limited exceptions for legally recognized reasons such as disability or religious objections. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says. Federal workers will have 75 days to get vaccinated. If they fail to comply. I sake says they could face quote, progressive disciplinary action, unquote. The Biden administration is confirming a flight with American citizens on board landed in Qatar after leaving Afghanistan. However, the National Security Council spokesperson did not say how many Americans were on that plane. Biden is withdrawing his nomination of David Chipman to lead the ATF. Chipman is a former veteran ATF agent who ran into trouble with Republicans and some Democrats over his alliance with gun control advocacy groups. The work of crafting a $3.5 trillion budget package is underway in the House. Democrats think the measure will improve health care and help working families. Republicans like Kevin Brady of Texas believe D C is not accomplishing any of that with this bill instead today, Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats Again ramming through trillions of wasteful spending and crippling tax heights that will drive.

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"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"BC mobile news on the level on the go a big shot requirement. Sunny and 68 downtown. I'm Kurt Darling, Here's what's trending at 10 30. President Biden is expected to sign an executive order today requiring all federal workers to be vaccinated and that would include millions of federal contractors. Biden will update his covid strategy in a White House speech later today, Biden has been pushing hard to get shots into the arms of more unvaccinated Americans. First to end the pandemic have also been slowed by controversies over mask mandates in some states. 200 people, including Americans are flying out of Afghanistan today. Foxes Simon Owen, Qatari diplomat says The Taliban has cleared a Qatar Airways plane to depart couple in the airport's first international commercial flights since the US withdrawal last week. There are reportedly between 101 150 passengers. The Qatari diplomat says another similar flight is expected to take off tomorrow. In London. Simon Owen Fox News. I'm Kirk darling on the level on the going on w Y b c dot com Crawl. Leave me Hey marks its time. Personal speed. Let's do it now. Get ready for rush hour. I feel the need the need for speed. Everybody. Hold on. Buckle up. It's the mark and rob speed round. Well, it's 2021. So why not? Now what from the Daily Mail. California governor hopeful Larry Elder had an egg thrown at him by a woman in a gorilla mask by a white woman in a gorilla mask..

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"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Bc orange County cumulus station Anistan are being flagged for potential ties to terrorist organizations. As of Friday, NBC News reports about 10,000 of the nearly 30,000 evacuated from Afghanistan and headed to the U. S. Needed. Additional screening of those 100 were flagged to raised enough concern for additional reviews. Five American sailors are declared dead now by the US Navy after their military helicopter crashed off the coast near San Diego. The decision coming after nearly three dozen search and rescue flights failed to find any wreckage and analysis of federal disaster declaration shows nearly a third of Americans live in a county that's been hit by a weather disaster. Just in the past three months, The Washington Post reporting 64% saying they Experienced a multi day heat wave phenomenon not officially labeled as a disaster but considered the most dangerous form of extreme weather record setting temperatures in the Pacific Northwest in particular, has killed several people in their own homes. President Biden and the first lady will mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terrorist attacks. By going to all three sites with the attacks happened. Here's Jim Forbes, President Biden and First Lady Joe Biden will start in New York City, where hijacked American Airlines flight 11 and United Airlines flight. 1 75 crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center. They will also travel to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where 40 passengers and crew on United Airlines flight 93 perished. The couple will also visit the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, where American Airlines flight 77 crashed after it was hijacked. A comedian Few Kwan Johnson and two others are dead following a suspected drug overdose, which had a British accent. That means maybe, like Peter Parker, TMZ reports 1/4 person comedian Kate Quick. The also hospitalized and in critical condition after police found them all dead or unresponsive at an L. A apartment. Police believe the for ingested cocaine laced with the powerful opioid fentanyl that get together Friday night. I'm Scott Carr. Yes, it is right, ABC. ABC has dependable traffic.

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"bc" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"In in this part of europe where you can read the sweep of polish history. Right there in warsaw in so many ways cameron. When i was there i found it surprising. I expected a big oppressive and kinda gloomy city. That sort of Yesterday's worse-off yeah. You find a little of everything in warsaw. I think when. I was traveling there. Twenty years ago it was a pretty repressive city but over the years Pockets of life have sprouted kind of among the gloom and There's so much to it. There's the the beautifully reconstructed historic old town that goes back to the glory days of the kings and queens that was mentioning and then you've got areas that were destroyed completely bombed flat in world war two and rebuilt in kind of a dragon ugly communist style. But then you also have these really striking new glass-and-steel skyscrapers zones that are sprouting right next. To some of these you know formerly dilapidated world war two damaged areas and then mixed into all of it is. It's a very cosmopolitan trendy world capital city. There's a great food. Seen people very fashionably dressed. There's a lot of business. There's a lot of government so there's kind of an urban vitality to it. You know when i go there. I'm aware that warsaw was literally flattened in world war. Two but she you get a sense that it was an elegant thriving. Place between the wars and they've resurrected or saved a little bit of that. Don't you find a little bit that elegance that somehow they've rebuilt in it works absolutely. They've they've had to rebuild it because as you said hitler was was furious at hit worse off for a couple of uprisings and he he had the whole city destroyed systematically blocked by block but they did take the time to recreate some beautiful areas especially in the center There's one place for example though. There's a there's what used to be the arcade of an old palace in front of a beautiful garden and the garden is still there and still very beautiful. All that's left of the palaces. Just this arcade. And now it's a memorial to the polish people who are fighting and moore's so this is pretty powerful all the all the suffering in the heartache and and then at the same time memorials to remember those in more or so. They've done an amazing job of that. And then also this parts of the elegant past and a very modern future so it's a city of of the past and the future. Now be to you. Grew up in portland in your youth. It was basically ruled by the soviet union. When you look at worse out today what do you see. That is physical souvenir of those soviet days. When worse hours in the warsaw-pact still tallest building in work so the power of culture and science the palace of culture and science. That's the building that looks like one of those skyscrapers in moscow right. That's actually at twin building to the one in moscow was given to us by styling as a gesture of friendship really but but the local people didn't really think it was much of a gesture friendship. No this pinewood. Their regime wanted us to think about communism. And the russia. We did not have great great sympathy. We did not like the russian government the russian country so just the fact that they build the building. It kind of became a symbol of oppression. So just sticks up like a big fallas right. I mean it is an idiot and as a nickname yes. Yes a gift from stalin. Right called stalls peanuts so people have worse. Just look at this thing and they think of stalin and not much of a gift but today The ancient history right for and after nine hundred eighty nine. After the fall of communism in poland for a couple of decades we were we the government of pollens and the government of war source thinking about. Well what should we do with this building. Should we build some skyscrapers higher than the building surrounding that one to cover it up But within the last decade. I feel like we made a peace with our communist past To the point where now we We take ownership not only of that one particular building but what happened during the communist past and The building just started being cleaned up so we started off with the the viewing balcony on thirtieth floor. And i'm assuming we'll be moving forward so so now we owning that building. Excuse we're talking with mccombs and cameron hewitt about warsaw. The capital city of poland cameron. I'm so impressed by how warsaw has rebuilt historic old center. I mean look at it. Even the even the defect in the buildings before the bombing damage were built up with the same defect. So that you walk through there and if you knew it was rebuilt in not rebuilt. But if you didn't you'd walk through this is medieval quarter and you know how they did it. They actually used historical paintings. They went into the national museum in the national palace and there are several places warsaw where you can see. A replica of a painting positioned exactly facing the street that was repaired using that painting. And if you compare you can see that. That was the best record that restores had. They didn't have architectural plans for building. That was three hundred years old but they could have a painting that showed what it looked like and that includes the the royal castle which is actually the palace royal castle and i was going to say. There's a some great sightseeing to be done in warsaw's well and one of the great sites as the royal palaces the historica castle of the polish kings and you can tour the state rooms. You can see some of these original paintings historical paintings of warsaw that we're used to rebuild the city other historical paintings and it's a very as with any great european countries main palace. It's a very lavish palace with beautiful furnishings and interesting symbolism and all of the different details. It's really one of the palaces. I've toured the palace. You'd wanna see for a bit of the royal history and then the national museum really is the best collection anywhere of polish art and be a. You've mentioned always go to the capital city when you visit a country for one reason. That's probably where the greatest start is. What do you take. What's your take on the national museum. I completely agree with you. But i don't wanna take away anything from other museums that as been popping up this past twenty plus years What are your favorites of those we have a. I don't know if it's a correct word to say very trendy museum emulate the pauline museum museum of polisher juice. The history of over a thousand years. Museum peo- i n correct the museum of history of polish jews. Okay and what. Why would there be a great museum about jewish culture in poland. I think many people don't realize that when it comes to jews in poland and the jewish culture in poland that does not go only back to the beginning of the one thousand nine hundred we have the history of this culture empowerment for over a thousand years and at some point in sixteen hundred paulin was a place. A country with the highest number of people representing our jewish community anywhere in the world. Is that right in poland. So within europe poland certainly was a major center of jewish culture became like haven they would Leave other countries to come to pollen and freely do their business and practice religion centuries before hitler writes about three four centuries before that. Yes so cameron. I would think a lot of people sort of overlooked the fact that there was a long polish history before.

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"bc" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"This environment and deal with the discomfort. Have you picked up tips on surviving nicole from the eskimo people. Quite a few yeah. He's an example. An example would be wearing really warm clothes always being able to make camp at any point in time so if you have to stay somewhere you can stay somewhere and always being able to get out of the weather. Get out of the wind. Get out of the wind. I mean really. That's the key you know. The wind is the killer. You can be in twenty below zero and be quite comfortable if there's no wind on your back and you have enough warm clothes and a lot of them still use skins and what have you. And i'm often up there in my gear. And i have some really good wiggins gear which is used by the military and then all this patagonia stuff zipper after zipper. And it's kind of ridiculous it appoint and then when you see A new person put on a sheep. Parker which is nice and warm one layer and he's standing out there forty below and he's got a couple of t-shirts or something under it. You really appreciate this connection with nature and an ability to use animal skins to stay warm and in such a harsh environment and enjoy it at the same time. So you see people. That actually don't need all this. Modern synthetic gear. Yeah absolutely you know they use quite a bit of it too but they they use quite a bit of the old school. Because it's still just better you know in a lotta ways. Now your goal and going up there is to capture the wonder of this nature. One of those wonders is the northern lights. Did you the northern lights. Yes i did and that's kind of interesting for somebody who loves to watch animals. You're always waiting for that beautiful morning in that beautiful evening and northern lights the opposite you try to sleep all day and then try to get up after. It's getting dark and you wait for the darkest part of the night. The coldest part of that twenty four hour period to maybe the sky lights up and flares up with the aurora alison the reaction of all that. But when you stay up all night you don't know if it's going to happen or not. You have no idea you know. They have websites now you can watch. There's going to be a solar flare. But i'm usually not that high tech okay. It's clear maybe there's a shot so you sit there in the cold all night thinking again. It's going to happen the next minute. It's going to happen the next minute so you're not really patient. You're impatient with the belief that it's going to happen at any second and then eventually sometimes it happens and then you need to know all the tricks. Your camera gear needs to be kept nice and cold because if you take it someplace warm and put it out in the cold or if you buy a stream and there's fog coming off the stream so it's many times that i've had a beautiful light show and then eventually looked at the film or the back of the digital camera and there's nothing there it's fogged in because i didn't follow the correct procedure. You know there's one working in the coal there all these procedures you know things that work in temperatures. We live in here in the pacific northwest. Don't necessarily work the same way or nearly as well when you get into zero degrees or twenty below or thirty or forty below in that kind of environment you know camping out for two weeks just to see the polar bear come out of his den or sleeping in the day to stay up all night to see if there's gonna be some northern lights it must teach you both patients and how to observe. Oh absolutely and what have you learned about that. I learned that If you you sit and look something long enough it will appear as many different things over time you know. You can't often take a quick glance at something and understand what it is or what's going on. You really have to sit and wait. And i think that's an amazing part of the culture. You know they Often very quiet and then they can talk a lot too but they often don't have much to say and in hope when the whalers eventually started wanting to stay in that area the point. Hope residents in the northwest corner of alaska. Settled them a little way away from village and they call the jabber town because as a western society they would always jabirjabir lot. Talk all the time. The land speaks to you in any nature in the mountains in the cascades or anywhere and if you sit there i mean there can be a giant raw whether it's clouds rolling overhead or wind coming through or light coming through or you know and and it's just different than our own voices and it probably gives you Ability to give a second look to a native culture that they've got some deep roots and some thoughtful observations. Who yeah they spent you know. Thousands of years being Entrusted with that area or or living in that area and they have an understanding to it. That's just amazing. Have you found any parallel examples for their south among indian tribes. And so on. Yeah i think if you look in the bbc coast at the spirit bear which is a black bear. That's white colorless like the polar bear and you look at the legend. These people have wonderful legends in bc. Coast the indians there about The gods when the The ice sheet move back in the glaciers. Move back to the mountain. Made one out of so many black bears white to remind the people that life comes from the ice and comes from the water so they wouldn't forget even though the glaciers didn't come right down onto the water anymore and they were higher up in the mountains and that's sort of a thought provoking comment on the canary in the mineshaft aspect of us. Losing the polar bears because of global warming. Oh absolutely i mean. We lose the polar bear. We lose a lot of what's going on in the arctic and this amazing environment and then eventually we lose all kinds of other environments which we don't really hear much about right now what you're starting to fall apart you look at a lot of mountain climates where they only are insert elevations a lot of scientists say that were on the you just of extinction since way back before we were even on this planet. So that's why you write in your book. The polar bears story is ultimately our story. Now absolutely it is our story. We're all connected. The world disconnected and as much as we disconnect from nature in certain ways we can. We can never really disconnect from it. Were all part of it and that's why we should take care of the planet. I think you've picked up a lot of wisdom hanging out in a snowdrift waiting for them. Polar bear to come out of his. Damn thanks. I appreciate that stephen kozlovsky author and photographer of the last polar bear. Thanks for joining us many. Thanks for having me. It's been pleasure. Stephen kessler photo book. The last polar bear facing the truth of warming world when the ansel adams prize from the sierra club. Since then stevens foldable pedals have included ice bear and bear country. Our next up is warsaw here. How poland's largest city has been transformed from it's difficult twentieth century into a contemporary world capital. It's travel with rick. Steves let's if i'm that skies since about chevette spassky apple trieste against stephen and that was polish for my name is cashew. Delete ska from warsaw. Poland and i travel with rick states cash at leads. Car shabbat boesky. Kinski ricans gave them. That's my name in polish. That's your name college stephen in queer. What was once known. As the perez of the north or saw was largely flattened during world war two and suffered under soviet rule. After that today poland's capital city is thriving scoring high marks for liveability visitors to warsaw. Find dynamic vibe in plenty of culture history and attractions polish guide. Makoma and cameron hewitt is the co author of the rick steves eastern europe guidebook. That joined us in our studios. Get us up to date on warsaw. And take your questions about poland's largest city beat-up cameron. Thanks for being with us having us. Thanks for having me. So you've been taking Groups to the capital of your country many many times. What's special about warsaw. Why why should we include that in our poland vacation well thorough on is our capital. And i believe if you visit a country for the first time. It's really good idea to start with the capital city and the second not only is the biggest city but i think is the city that shows you the changes that our whole country went through From the past where we have kings and queens through the communist era now through the capitalism. And that's city in particular is it's a great example of what happened over the period of a thousand years.

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"bc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"All time if you have one or a few of them oh of all time. Oh well. I always come back to friends which is sort of the white noise that keep on when i'm doing homework sometimes because i'll have to pay attention. It's funny the other one. I would probably say. Let's see here francis an obvious choice. God i can't even think of another one. I don't watch a sitcom in for so long. Which is what. I keep thinking of but i will. I will watch I will watch an hour. Long drama nonstop like upgrades anatomy johnson. And then like law and order. Svu obviously back in the day. But those are the ones. I can think of as a kid. I watched so many different things. I can't think of one that just stuck with me very long law and order. Svu is still on the air. Oh i watched it. When it first came on i remember i watched it and i took a break from it after gauges born. I think we talked about this because it was hard to watch the new mom. I'm back in for me growing up because that was before cable We had like five right four. tv channels. i remember when fox. tv network debuted. Yes like married with children. Yes and then it was like this show called the adventures of being. Baxter oh god yes. I don't twenty one jump street. Twenty one st yes. Yes that's twenty one. St had the biggest crush on both richard griego. And johnny johnny data right. Oh my goodness so all of these things but as a family we used to sit around the tv and back then. Tv guide was a paper book that came in the mail and we would highlight the different Shows we want wanted to watch as a family because we only had the one main tv set And so it was like well. We had to come to agreement on what show we were gonna watch. I'm seventy seven thirty. Pm there was just one show. The family had to agree but we watched the cosby show. Yes a different world. And when i went off to college it was a lot of those. Those sitcoms or watch living single with queen. latifah didn't really do a lot of dramas again. I was into the fun. Yes i really did like the fun growing up. See we didn't watch nighttime. tv together. Because when i was a kid my dad was in charge of what was on the tv at night. So i really only watch deflate during the day. So i guess that's why can't think of anything really that we watch together as a family. Because if he was home he was watching. What even though. We didn't have say there was no say there was no say there was no code collaborated decision. It was like dad's home. Go find something else to do unless you wanna watch footballer the news when we were listening to music Growing up even now. We talk about today's music and how kind of it's not that great. Okay is trash. We're visually like get off my lawn. You know we really are. But even now i'll listen to the radio or all. Listen noah spotify playlist. And i'll hear songs now be able to go right back to where i was when was playing. Yeah a growing up. My mom not only listen to motown. But she loved luther vandross and a lot of like eighties r&b and then. When i was in school i went to predominantly white schools. Growing up and Listening to things like the smiths that the cure independence road. The fact that i could still remember every word or lyric to these mob version of the lyrics right. Got him right now. Like i try to google lyrics. I was like oh not even close. No groups like men at work. I used to listen to all of that. I missed that. Yeah i miss the music. Yeah i mean. It's still transports me to my mom was really into pop when i was a kid and so you know when i hear wham i hear eddie money like those songs always make me. Think of driving in the car and then My parents were also like into the old country like reba and george strait back in the day so those songs always made me think of them and And then oh my god third grade. My senator living with us and she had that deaf leopard hysteria album. That apple i have this rule reactions like sitting in the car with by stepsister. Who is in high school at the time. And that always gets me. And i was gonna offer. Bon jovi just makes me think of something from third or fourth grade whenever my mom was really in the him. It's wild how music can be that. It just takes you back and now seeing where our kids are at this point in their lives Takes us back always remembering who. I was b. c. When when i was twelve years old and then seeing this now twelve year old it just reminds us of of the circle of life so luckily now bear is digitisation of everything and so were able to record these memories and also lucky for us. Those memories were not recorded. When i was young. Oh thank god for that right. I don't know who i would. Then i'll tell you how i was. She don't need to see the pictures that's not necessary. Never never never so a. d. before children after delivery to different spheres two different worlds But brought together to create who we are now. yeah and they're pretty phenomenal. Women like i said tara. I wish i had known you before you had a child. Because if she is half as amazing as the you now man we would have gotten mockery. A girl i don't know look we talk about the woods. We were before i wasn't i wasn't this loud mouth. I don't know if you would have been on board. You would have like. You're too quiet for me. I don't think so. Well adore you now. So i can't imagine loving you anymore. That's true. well. I mean we definitely had the music in common. I think that would have been our vibe. Our sure back then. Yeah but if you had tried to take me to see that movie seventeen again. In the theater i would have been like those are fraud. No no matthew perry either bessette at it. So podcast family. We'd love to know a little bit more about u. b. c. a. d. and who you are now because we appreciate you being a part of this journey with us and this journey is about to turn one ear one year. Can you believe it. I can't so next week. Yes i'm lovin it. We are going to talk about our journey this last year. That's right we're gonna talk all about this podcast. Our favorite episodes your favorite episodes. We're gonna go back through and just talking about how much fun we've had it's been i'm just so happy to take in this ride with you. It's been a blast. It's been so find over and we hope has been fun for you. Podcast family do us a favor. Reach out to us on social media and let us know what your favorite podcast episodes aban or your favorite moments from a particular podcast and we might just read your comment next week's episode and we celebrate one year of motherhood and black and white so without being said we are one year minus one week signing off. Guard your health mental physical and spiritual and we will see you back here next week for anniversary episode. Take good care. They also just remade one of our favorite songs as kobe vaccine song. Yes i just saw this in the news back. That can i say the word back that have come on now. It's not that bad word. That thing up okay was can we say ass. Okay all right okay..

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"bc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Two thousand and eight Literally five weeks after my wedding way to go. Yeah happening you know we were doing on our honeymoon. Yeah but we went to a barbecue. After i found out that i was pregnant and is more leaking. It was hot. we were just outside We were in new jersey and some friends of ours. I conjure you wanna beer. And i said no no no. I don't wanna be your thank you and they all look. You're pregnant aren't automatically knew everything about what i was going to do. And decisions i made was how is gonna impact this life. I'm growing right so from that moment. It was the summer without sushi. It was an the things that we start doing in the way that our children then become the focus of our lives right. It's before we had kids. It was all about me. It was about what was going to make me happy what was going to be in my best interest and i didn't even consider how overwhelming and what a complete transformation it would be a parenting. You think about being a mother you think about parenthood and say oh. I'm gonna be responsible for this kid. Eighteen years yeah. Seventeen in my mom's case she gave up but how it impacts every decision you make a right you know And so even the music you listen to you know. I would love to listen to my nineties. Hip hop the explicit version right of songs. But i had a child in the back seat of my car and even when he was a baby. It's like well but he's able to understand. Some of these explicit lyrics are saying these. Were all tell you about that. We were to thing with my family yesterday at the pool and alexa started playing. Truth hurts by liz. Oh and my cousin's husband went to change it because of the bad words right before he did gauge goes. Oh i love. This dog just looked at me. I'm like listen. I'll tell you he's eleven. It's fine so see. Sometimes i still big bad. Oh you are making a bad decision and we think about like how can we reclaim any part of who we were or would we even want to. Yeah or or is it that this version of who we are is who we were ultimately meant to be. Yeah you when you asked me. If i felt like i was a better person who i think the reason i feel like. I'm a better person. Is the same reason why. I often feel overwhelmed. Is that you know being forced to think about somebody else. All the time has made me a better person. You know it kind of pulled me out stretched outside a little bit of that selfishness. Not in a bad way but just you know that we all have when we're just doing our own thing and I am glad. I am glad that it has changed and morphed as he's gotten older because when they're live i mean when he was little it was really overwhelming. Like not only was responsible for a person but also responsible for this little lump. That could do nothing for himself. You know what. I'm used a combination of all those things. And then he got older and he's taking some of that on himself. I've been able to change and grow and let go of some things and dial it back and feel more comfortable. I mean. I think it changes. We continue to get older and they continue. Get older you know like like what this is you know turned into brought me into the one thing about me that i don't necessarily like and is that my kid will not ever know me before he was born. You know i remember that episode. We did where we pass the mic and our boys were able to host and they were able to share their perspectives on us as being moms episode was actually one of my favorites. Yeah i think we've talked about this in two. It's one of my favorites as well Guys vm. listen to that one. It's hilarious you gotta here those boys i know we said we were going gonna talk about them but here we are talking about that episode with them again. Go back and listen to that and make sure you're following us on all your platforms because we've got a bunch of stuff coming up you're gonna love it makes you don't miss one going accuser and the one thing that he did say in that one might my son. Roman when he was talking about me was that he didn't think i was. I shared that with some of my friends from from college and high school. And they roy. Are you kidding right. You were the most hilarious person in the world and a part of it might have been because you know there were some substances aiding me with my humor but i think that because i am not the cool mom. I'm the disciplinarian. i'm the enforcer. i'm mean mom most. That's kind of the way my husband. And i kind of do good cop. Bag copping is. I'm always bad cop. Yeah he won't ever know how fun i was right. And my husband's like miss those days to a but that's kind of what i wish. If i were able to go back in time. I would like him to see me and kind of know that i wasn't always the straight rule follower and rule-maker that there was a time before he was born when i was able to take more risks when i was able to think outside outside of the box and like you said had more freedom. Yeah i i've thought about this quite a bit and i know exactly what you're talking about. I think about when. I was a kid in my mom would say that kinda stuff to us like. Oh you guys. Just don't understand how i used to be. I was fun. I danced but we'd be like whatever you know what i mean. I have these moments. Sometimes when i think about that now that i am a mom and i have a kid in the same age ranges. You know we were having this conversations with her and and realizing that she was telling the truth but she was a whole other person. You know and i think this is something that we all talk about as we start you know we talked about now. We're in this generation. Were taking care of our kids and our parents and you start to see your parents. Is these humans as opposed to this mean. Mom you had growing up. It's such a strange transition. He will know at some point when he gets older. I think and he has kids. He'll go you know what mild was probably pretty cool. What i didn't even realize. Well i try to be cool now. My attempt at doing so is wrapping songs from twenty five years ago. Which was cool. At the time. I write my attempt to be cool is doing all of these dances. That were fun back. Then when the roger rabbit the electric slide shift running may running man all of these things bit now. I look like the old middle aged person doing this. And i look at the commercial. Oh you know. I love this how i realized how we have kind of crossed over into this. Never going to be cool again. is the fact that all the songs that i grew up loving when i was a teenager. Early twenties.

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"bc" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on The Current

"In two thousand seventeen when a trans woman disappears from the village alarm bells. Go off. go missing. Rose end up dead so her friends. Decide enough is enough. This is the story of what happens when sex workers and trans people stand up to fight the system that failed them. I'm just laying. And this is the village season two available now on the cbc. Listen app and everywhere. You get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. British columbia is used to being in some ways. The goldilocks of canada. While other provinces freeze or sweat temperatures in bc are usually just right will not these days lytton bc. Broke the all time temperature record in canada this week. Three days in a row and the town has now been evacuated and the face of wildfires ball interest rate there it is already on our doorstep and by the time i went out to the water hose. While that water hose wouldn't do nothing they. Chose this like a blowtorch in. Why didn't even have time to grab a should. I just grabbed my dog. And i just barely made it out. I couldn't. I have to stop twice because the smoke. I couldn't see where i was going. Finally got a break in the smoke and i got out into was terrible right now. I don't have any feelings yours. Just i'm numb from what happened.

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"bc" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"It's absolute bullshit and people using matt as a way to to apologize for the liberal order to support at the liberals in the face of their inaction is bullshit like look at all of the programs the liberals have announced throughout this pandemic the majority of them are for big businesses and even even like today with gesture does announcement he said. You know Canadians who are struggling. Go to our website. Check out all the programs to be. Have you can apply. And there's also a wage subsidy subsidy isn't for individuals. He is gonna help that much because of the the eligibility constraints. Like if you take there's even a rent subsidy you might be thinking. Oh man great rent subsidy that sounds great right now for all the people who can't go to work none of it's a rent subsidy for businesses. There's no there's no red subsidy for you know. Rent subsidy for individuals. It's all crap it's all crap all smokescreen and they could be announcing new measures to support people individually and they could take on where the provinces are failing and force new measures like paid sick days if they wanted to through the emergencies. Act or through. There's other measures that they could use. I'm sure that's not the only one but it's one. It is one that makes a lot of sense right now because we're clearly in an emergency but like all the started for that sound but that is a sound that i make when i realized that all of the all of the leaders suck all of them all of them. Don't don't be played. Don't be fooled by justin trudeau pointing the finger at all of the premier's and by all the premier's for pointing the finger justin trudeau. They all failed the list of things that they do. Actually almost none of the things on your list. Required the emergency measures. Act so you know. They have a federal labor code. There's no paid sick days in the federal labour code. They could enact that tomorrow. Why are they not doing that. why was there more aid and more of a shutdown last year. This time then there is now with cases skyrocketing. These are the kinds of questions that people need to be holding opposing to justin trudeau to posing the liberal party and asking what the fuck because it's all such lies and now if you do look at the emergencies act. They have the power to set up hospitals. They have the power to set up. Emergency shelters they have the power to regulate the distribution of essential goods if they had to do that. They have the power to restrict travel from province to province. Like there's so many non intrusive things that they could be doing. Let alone though the federal government they could be ordering businesses closed. They certainly can order. Business closed the federal labor code. That would be banks that would be telecommunications they have the power directly to shut those down they don't have to pass by the provinces and so like the the the this is where federalism is such a cancer like it's just it veils but especially fails when politicians continue to just like pretend that they don't have the power and journalists who either don't know or have no interest in challenging these kinds of lines just kind of go with it. The the federal press corps is lake not the most illuminating limited group of fucking people right now and they're not they're not actually pulling out these possibilities and rather everything's being treated like a political football but you know again the the opposition parties like not that expect erin o'toole of any fucking thing good to say but i do expect jagmeet singh something to say about using these powers a boat actually intervening about you know..

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"bc" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"Some police forces responded to the outrage. That they were seeing by promising not to do that. But they are already doing those things so like nothing. Nothing about any of this real like. It's all. just a facade of talk do doesn't mean anything. Yeah so fucked. Doug forward like lena. The great thing about doug ford is. He's like just a level of incompetence that we we just aren't blessed with very often the there's there's a we actually get to see what happens when you don't have an evil mastermind like jason kenny in power. Or you know we can go back to don't mcginn mcginty or rica. go to mike harris. Who by the way made two hundred thirty thousand dollars last year as a member of the board of chartwell despite the there been hundreds of people that have died there of but we have this ruling piece of shit fool and his majority government is only a majority government by ten members of parliament which is interesting because actually in the same number of representatives as jason kenya's dealing with with a rogue caucus of People who are like no kobe's like not that bad let it roll like this is fine stopped giving us measures while at the same time. Alberta actually has some of the highest cases of covid in canada so i like the incompetence from a theoretical perspective. And i just have to talk to not live on -tario because for me not here article perspective. It's obviously it's frightening and the failures of of of the of institutions to hold the government to account like are just laid so bear i we. I think we'll talk about that more before we get into that. I do want to mention that there has been a very important change to how the british columbia government has been dealing with covid. Now john horgan has has been also not doing a very great job to say. The least cases in british columbia are skyrocketing and they are a mostly related to the variant the p. three variant which is leave lint. And a lot of that variant can be linked back to The facts that with similar was open and operating and people were flying in from different parts of canada for sure and probably different parts of the world but on speak ill of bunny. Henry john oregon. No they suck sorry but they've fucking suck the way that people have been talking about them. They're really letting them off the hook. Sorry go ahead. it's such it's such bullshit so it's like okay fine horrigan at least this past week month. Fourteen has finally said that the places with an at workplaces with an outbreak that public health can say yes that is an epidemiologically linked set of cases that surpassed three will be shut down and they'll be shut down for ten days. And why in the fuck did it take fourteen months to get here. The the the absolute repulsive thing about this is that that was the key to slowing and stopping the pandemic in the first place. That was the key and it's one thing to to have a long-term care system that is so fucked that is that profits off of death and that containing outbreaks within. It would be very very difficult. And it was obviously very difficult and that they may have kept on raging while workplaces least we contain covid. There been now that the vast majority of people living in long term care have been vaccinated. And there's no longer the the risk of death and serious injury from covid within.

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"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Maybe twenty five. Jeez the water pressure in that shop shower awesome. Yeah just gotta turn the turn. The backflow preventers scars still have scars deep deep tissue bruising. Get all that done first and get your trellis built that year. So if we're starting in september and you think you're gonna be grown hops at next year. No you're not take that year. You're doing a lot of infrastructure work going to assume a lot of cost in years zero because you've got to get all of that infrastructure in and ready to go and a story good night period. I don't know what else to say about that. That was the textbook way of doing. Yeah it's it's hard. It's a hard thing to swallow because it it. I just made it sound like a open checkbook and no actual satisfaction no. It's just money money money money but you're building that base from which everything else can be successful and and you have to look at it as opportunity costs that if you don't build that base you're still going to spend a ton of money on other things to provide you with a very sub optimal crop if a if a if a criminal yep agreed the idea that you know. People love that what i found that. Get into hot production. They love to do stuff with their hands. They like to be makers they like to. You know they're usually pretty technically savvy. All the people that got into it for money are gone. Those people are gone So the that are left. Get into it because it feeds our need for these kinds of hands on sort of experiences. So you're gonna love the building part. It's gonna be exciting. Look look at what i'm doing. This is you know it's fulfilling. That goes away really quick. When you're you're done you're like okay. I got a built now now. All i have to do is put the plants in so everything up to that. Point was easy super. Easy stuff textbook. Now you've got plants in the ground and there are no textbooks for this. There's a there's a lot not yet anyway. Right there is there are some out there that are okay but none of them are going to teach you about what you need to know about growing hops on your site..

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"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Complicated a detailed business plan when your site says. I can't grow hot here. So do that. First yep and that business plan should come to a screeching halt when you realize that the your revenue projections are crap because you're yields gonna suck Because everyone's always want to say honest with themselves honest with themselves yes. They're so honest with themselves about that. No it's member. How much your day. Job sucks and you. Your life is all fall. And you want to be hop kirk. That makes everything better set yourself. And which is what you are going to do if you don't do this year zero stuff after that i would say assuming all that works out for you. You start on your amendments. Hopefully it's just you know some organic matter or some light soil lamenting For for what. Not but i would say the next thing is you can start thinking about your infrastructure. The actual you know building stuff which people love to do. It's fun to think about building something. Yeah building my dream. This is my hop yard. This is i want to get out there and do something. and so. that's trellis irrigation. It's all that kind of stuff. People focus on. Charles i and they want to. For whatever reason reinvent the wheel usually involves reinventing the wheel because they start figuring out how much it's gonna cost to do and then they start trying to short change it. Don't do that figure out how much it costs to do it right. What does the right trellis designed for you. What's it gonna cost to put it in. Are you the one to do this. Get all of your costs and if that costs too much as more than you can handle in your in your budget then scale it back. It doesn't mean you don't have to. That doesn't mean you have to stop doing it. Just scale it back a little bit to get it to a point that does make sense..

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"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Once the plants are already there. Unfortunately it's not always about soil chemistry. It's about drainage it's about understanding the site is it good for for hops does flood yeah floods every spring but not for long. You don't want that. Yeah oh i hear. I've heard that multiple times like yeah. It's kind of a low spot at flood after the run off. But you know it's no floods for like two weeks and then that drains out so i'm going to put my house down there. Why why would you do that. Because that's the land that you've got. Yeah and so. It's all you want one of the key components of the charter grower application. That we used to do was send a soil sample and i had to be very specific. We don't want an envelope of dirt. We want the chemical analysis of your smile and taking in multiple places and this is how you take the sample. We never actually received an envelope of but it came up in conversation multiple times of will. So how much do they send you. It's like no no no no we buy sample or they'd say yeah. I'm just going to send you a coffee can full soil and you tell me if this is good. No how it works. Yeah the the idea that your site of which soil chemistry and composition as part of your site parameters needs to be. You gotta lock that shit down. I mean it's and then you're gonna hear well what's good. I don't know how to answer that. I could tell you what's bad which i don't want you know because if you're not in the right ranges amending isn't even an option you know for instance if you're trying to grow hops on a rocky knob and your soils only eighteen inches deep. You're going to have problems. No don't do it. Put tomatoes in and and a story Don't even bother with it. But if you've got reasonably deep soil and you've got no ponding and flooding And you've got soil. That's i wanna say between six point. Five and seven point five on the scale. There's really no amending that. You might need to do other than maybe some organic matter depending on what your test comes back with. But it's the ones that fall outside of that range that really. Either acidic or alkaline. We gotta do amending before we even get started with hops. And that can take years because you can't just go in do one application. Say my soil find now. That's a long long and we've probably talked about this in some point or.

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"bc" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on KQED Radio

"BC ordered a halt to evictions during the pandemic, but that hasn't stopped some landlords. What recourse do tenants have Also the by the administration response to the military coup in Myanmar by freezing funds that me and mark keeps in the U. S. Plus, a survey finds that a startling number of Americans see political violence is a viable option. Today's Thursday February 11th and actress Tina Louise, who played Ginger on Gilligan's Island, turns 87 today. The news is next. Bye from NPR News. I'm Corbett Coleman. Today is the third day of the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. He's accused of inciting the insurrection at the U. S Capitol last month. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more House impeachment managers on Wednesday argued that Trump's repeated and baseless claims of a stolen election in still rage in his supporters to fight back. Democratic Congresswoman Madeline Dean fought back tears as she described the events leading up to the violent breach of the capital. This attack never would have happened, but for Donald Trump And so they came draped in Trump's flag and used our flag the American flag to batter and to bludgeon. Attorneys for Trump are expected to argue that he was not responsible for his supporters actions and that his comments are protected under the First Amendment. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington A new study reveals little evidence that larger than usual unemployment benefits have discouraged people from going back to work. As NPR's Scott Horsley explains. The findings comes lawmakers debate how much additional help to provide to jobless Americans. For about the first four months the pandemic, Congress authorized supplemental unemployment benefits of $600 a week. Critics warn the extra benefits might discourage people from going back to work. Researchers said that J. P. Morgan Chase Institute and the university Chicago found more than half the people who lost jobs early in the pandemic, returned to work before the $600 benefit ran out and there was no big jump in job seeking afterwards. Congress has since authorized a new supplemental benefit of $300 a week. But on Lee through the middle of March, President Biden wants to boost that to $400 and extended to September or longer if the job market remains weak. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Federal health authorities say Kobe 19 vaccines are being distributed around the country and millions of people are getting the shots, but the supply of doses is increasingly uneven. That includes big cities, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says today the city will temporarily run out of vaccines for people getting their first injections. 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"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"bc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"BC LOS Angeles Orange County Cumulus Station and Arizona lawmaker is putting a bill on the table, which would require prosecutors to file murder charges against women who get an abortion and the doctors who perform them. GOP representative Walt Blackmon wants abortion to be classified as first degree murder, which means both the woman and the doctor would be up for the death penalty under Arizona law. Some people are now receiving their second doses of the modern A vaccine in New Jersey. Paul the Castro reports. Health care workers who received their first dose four weeks ago are now getting their second dose as scheduled, made concerns of widespread availability of vaccine center and Newark Essex County College will be administering second doses to those health care workers starting Saturday. New Jersey now has six vaccine mega sites. Including one that opened Friday at the middle Lands in East Rutherford Governor Phil Murphy says he's happy with the state's rollout but still needs help from the federal government. The Newark vaccination site is by appointment. Only low and middle income countries are set to benefit from millions of Fizer and buy on tech vaccine. The companies will give up to 40 million doses to an effort that's backed by the World Health Organization. The delivery of the first doses is expected during the quarter that ends in March. The effort aims to benefit nearly 100 countries with the delivery of doses throughout this year. I'm Brian Shook broadcasting legend Larry King is dead. King passed away at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles weeks after it was revealed he was battling covert 19. He was 87. His career spanned six decades in television, radio and digital media. He hosted Larry King Live on CNN. From 1985 through 2010. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Get it. Get it. Right. Talk radio 7 90 KBC news at 12 03. I am Tom Looney, A Manson family member could soon be walking free and moving in down the street from you. A state parole board recommended freedom for Bruce Davis. He murdered two people into panga 1969. He 78 now. No word yet on whether or not governor Newsome will put the kibosh on it. State Attorney General savior beset Is launching a civil rights investigation into the L. A county sheriff's department. The state is accusing the L E s d of a gaggle of transgression, excessive force retaliation and other misconduct and a number of recent incidents involving L A. S T management and staff. That's the general talking. Sheriff Alex Vienna Waiver claims he welcomes the investigation. LOS Angeles Hello the legendary Larry King died this morning at Cedars Sinai for over 20 years. He called L a home. Larry was 87. We have a winner and last night's mega was worth a billion dollars. But the winner, wasn't you. We'll never bought the winning ticket lives.

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