18 Burst results for "Barbro"

"barbro" Discussed on Draft Night

Draft Night

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on Draft Night

"They have because they obviously there's more more people in all black and then you'd have to show up. They had had he points combined. Ad brought back game. It was pretty good. Yeah like in the Clippers game does so many highlights man. It was too many two Freakin. Just talk about saying that you had Anthony Davis making shots from behind. The backboard Bro. You saw that was shot pushed out and he just Schuster stale and he makes it. There's amazing uh-huh he was hitting threes. Then you had One play Rondo. Who's Mis- who missed a three pointer and the White Howard guest offensive rebound and then he lose it. Because he gets the ball slapped his hand he then Reggie Jackson actually ends up with it. Tries to run down. The core will abroad literally on his back right. Reggie Jackson tries to do like a layup and try to go underneath the basket. You know what I'm saying like you try to use the rain product and the brunt either hand. What are we wanted to unblock bomb bought? He was like huge light brown like that. Big Brother. You won't allow allow that shit up a little here man up brandon. I'm honestly disappointed with how powerful Jewish play like. I think like for them to win the game. That's what they they need coal Paul George to be more of a superstar than than that kind of play that he played like if I had to great it ABC. I wouldn't give him a C plus last in that game. He needs to be at least a minus unusual eight. Then that was not even the only highlighted freaking Avery Bradley stepping up his game. Making six out of twelve threes brother. Let off in the fourth quarter. The full quota hit four three for those three dollars on fire by that that won the game and then Anthony Davis man making making himself look good out there man he did. Did you see him when he did the The Korean magic skyhook shopper. Oh Oh my God yes like I saw. You can't defend that. Yeah man that shouldn't big for that and that was the best move at the time. That was the best move like. He's so smart. A China all this contact but nothing but no reason you know what I mean just about when I got the shot right here that you can stop and it's GonNa go in such to everything that he does everything did you see that reverse dunk that Anthony Davis had one of the ball past involved bound. Ted this out. The broad has the ball. He's being guarded by Lillard the broncos to the basket on the fourth quarter in the fourth quarter to get to It's cut into the basket right but he gets doubled the cough. Anthony Davis seized raceway backs doors. Right he runs across the basement underneath the baseline underneath the basket. So he he's. He's doing a back door Cut to the basket. Lebron sees the passing him the ball. By in-between the defenders frigging Haiti catches. The bond does a reverse dunk right right in front of the basket. Man dislike boom. I was like Oh. He's like the the most nimble a seven foot of we've ever seen for rail bro. Bell for rail does that wasn't a but again with all that about the about the Lakers. They still had a great is still had a great game. You know what surprising one of surprise that in that game quite had noises no know what that means. Somebody's trying to go somebody. They didn't make the shots. You make a shot. They just wasn't making shots. You can't go a game without gain and assess bro on the cash unless you just not asking the ball now he was passing the Barbro guys it to just want to make a buck. An that was so crazy I was like when I saw that style. I was like Damn. You got no assists. Zero the overall yes. He had a good game. But Damn Bro. But when you pass the ball on the people they pass the ball in making a bucket for you to get a one assist. Just one dollars.

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"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Called once a year or sometimes even more than once a year the lawmaker says it also leads to a jury that tends to be wider and wealthier Oscar Barbro is the president of the California public defenders association and he agrees with winner historically the list of Mr voters and partner Jean hose has under represented minority populations in jury selection Barbara says minorities tend to be negatively impacted when it comes to jury selection in San Francisco Curtis Kim KCBS the app known for helping San Franciscans and people across the country get out of paying for parking tickets has now taken on a new annoyance robo calls as KCBS is making Goldsby reports do not pay has developed a way to sue those callers the problem is huge the average American gets eighteen riba cools the mom and unfortunately lost yeah it's estimated the rubber cools the pasta real coals in America yeah sure Browder is the founder and CEO of the San Francisco based do not pay now they've added what they're calling robo revenge what this does is it helps the rubber coolers and lose money and only when they start losing money themselves well the problem and it does that by giving users a fake credit card number to give those robo callers and when they run it it tracks all of their information rebel colors from the Tory Astley hard to track then says broader you can generate all the documentation on the Cole filing forms to sue them for up to three thousand dollars cool and it fast registers you for the do not call list said that when you receive a coal it's highly illegal and that breaking the law he says they've gotten several settlements in just a few days after launching they already have ten thousand cases pending making Goldsby KCBS dozens of protesters gathered outside of San Francisco home owned by Facebook founder mark Zuckerberg on Monday as KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports they believe the global media and tech giant isn't doing enough to protect the twenty twenty elections.

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"barbro" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Pretty good on the Henry Hudson parkway right now outbound side of the Lincoln tunnel fifteen to twenty out bound at the Holland is also fifteen to twenty next traffic update less than ten minutes away and it will be C. B. S. W. CBS ex Surgeon forecast calls for cloudy skies tonight with some sprinkles early then steadier rain around midnight and well to the north west of the city that could be a little icy for awhile overnight lows tonight will be in the thirties tomorrow more rain and drizzle the temperatures will rise during the day by tomorrow evening will be up to forty seven degrees that randomly heavy at times tomorrow night into Friday morning could see some street flooding most areas will pick up one to two inches of rain and then for Friday afternoon it will still be cloudy windy with temp features the falling through the forties Saturday colder with a mix of clouds and sun and a high of thirty seven maybe a snow shower Saturday night thirty nine a Terry town now forty one in port Washington cloudy and forty two degrees here in Hudson square at three ten at WCBS our city will provide at home visits to all first time parents under new program lunch today by the city's First Lady here's WCBS reporter Marla diamond surely McRae says being a new mom always joyful but also scary I wish I had someone to offer a little guidance when I needed it the city will invest forty three million dollars a year aiming to reach forty five thousand new parents by twenty twenty four city health commissioner doctor up Cyrus Barbeau says families can receive up to six home visits linking families to mental health and other supportive services as quickly and as efficiently as possible and customized to their individual needs the initiative addresses two of the most sensitive indicators of how well the city is doing and taking care of their own says Barbro infant and maternal mortality the US still has the highest maternal death rate in the world in Brooklyn Marla diamonds WCBS newsradio eight eighty police in Brewster New Jersey acknowledge they've been following up on some tips from psychics in their search for a five year old has been missing since September dulce Maria elev as was an abridged in park with her mother when she went missing one psychic led volunteer searchers to a wooded area behind also a school the police chief says his department is only following up on psychics tips when the information might have some possible connection to the investigation otherwise he says.

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"barbro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"These lists that have come out you know a lot of writers should think about Colson Whitehead for example that matters eighty Smith who have more than one book over the decade and that makes it difficult to in some way says Barbro yes it does for me and actually my list is almost entirely fiction which is characteristic of me but I do have one non fiction book that's related to a fiction book that ties into what you just said so my friend Steven out of point Reyes books who has a bookstore that's lar has a lot of environmental books for obvious reasons because it's in that part of the world says one best sellers in his store and a book I absolutely adored was Peter well in bands the hidden life of trees which is about how trees actually talk to each other that tight it's a marvelous book that ties directly into Richard powers who wrote a book called the over story I Richard powers most many people came to know him through his early work which was largely sci fi stuff which I known yeah not my thing not my thing at all but then he started reading these novels one of which was the time of our singing another of which the echo maker about a migration of cranes and I believe it was South Dakota got better and better and then this book the over story that came out either last year the year both before about a group of eco activists and how they try to save a Grove of trees blew my mind I mean the characters the human nature of it the whole sort of global climate issue that he puts it front and center without being didactic telling a really human story was one of my favorite books of the year Sir Richard powers is somebody who has a body of work that I believe culminated in the over story and that's definitely on my list well there are many more to add to this list obviously and we're gonna talk to Jennifer Egan who is not only number one for visit from the goon squad McCourt a literary hot but number one in time magazine also and they picked this gets back to criteria again that we talked about initially time magazine so they want a page Turner and they're talking about novels of course and something that gives a fresh perspective and a different view of the world and those are kind of reasonable criteria I think Ryan tweets Simon verses the homo sapiens agenda by Becky Albert tally was my first time seeing my high school career experience depicted and it was so much fun to read speeds up another question you know the the cannon is always changing fortunately long over due to be changing by the can I mean those recognize works that are celebrated in given primary influence especially in the United States but I noticed that what we're seeing I just wanna make this remark and then we're gonna get Jenny egen on with us there's it's good at a lot more people of color a lot more women it's really refreshing and it's welcome yeah and and and if I may say so editorial comment overdue long overdue but Jennifer Egan is the author winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for a visit from the goon squad and her new book is called Manhattan Beach and good to have you back with us on form thank you so much delighted to have you back because she's she's a Hong gal to in fact grew up in San Francisco and has been on the program a number of times I'm pleased to say doesn't feel like the congratulations I mean to be to have goose why pick this the best work of fiction of the decade could you give us a little bit of your what your inner life is experiencing with this you know I mean I just a tremendous sense of good luck to have remained in the conversation which is something that you know one has absolutely no control over and the truth is giving you such a paradox to any of these designations and I include awards at that which is that they take on this sort of eye contact quality one day once a decision like that has been reached but the truth is there is there rather arbitrary and subjective choices made by groups of people so they really good luck and I think it's important to remember that especially because it feels terrible not to be on those lists and I know that feeling to so I lucky once again to still be in the conversation that's good and I'm very grateful well you're bringing look into it just shows your humility and I I also want to bring up the fact that you did another book Manhattan Beach as we said after goon squad and you're still writing I mean you're writing a novel now hi this is what kind of impact does it have to be selected for something like this as opposed to say the Pulitzer Prize on your writing I mean you know I I feel especially happy to have good glide honored actually because the working at now is really sort of a catch to it I can act following characters from that book in other realms to it I guess it's a specially welcome because it's nice to feel that people are still interested or some people are still interested in that world that I was exploring so you know you certainly I think it doesn't really matter which book it is it's just nice to to feel like people are still interested I mean that's such a luxury there so many books out there and who knows why some end up getting this attention and some don't it's just you know it's it's that validation when I'm still exploring that year not all looks so if I may say and by the way I think there were many who wanted to find out what happened to those characters and wanted to follow their lives more I kind of thought you might go back to them the tallest little bit about what you look for when you think about well a great novel I know you and your mother who's a good friend of mine great readers of Thackeray have you know have sort of taken on various kinds of classic shall we say at in a very in a in a quite a series of profound way but given that perspective and give your own perspective as a writer what makes for a great novel yeah well I mean I think some of it is obviously just chemistry what what my personal chemistry toward that judgment is a combination of things I think for sure I need to have a deep emotional engagement I have to I think that it really is actually the post import just really caring about what happens to these people and then I think what what and what is also important for he is the thing that I haven't actually read this story before you know there there's that there's an inspection and seeing for being sold at that account for all kinds of different you know art forms in various realm but what I'm looking for I like that feeling of discovery both as a reader and a writer I don't think you do that discovery is that of a stroke it's a jewel girding offensive and awareness of ideas a curiosity about ideas and I think as part of that a really great profound gauge spent with the culture route even if it's even with Manhattan Beach I was writing historical novel to live with that other era but you know but it but as with you know most historical novels it was asking were very informed by up to this you do as a writer because I want so badly as a reader well you start to break up a little because you're up in the coldness of Minnesota may have something to do with it but it's really good to have you with us always pleased to have you thank you so much for joining us thank you that's Jennifer Egan author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for a visit from the goon squad which has made a lot of the best of the decade list so far we should mention we're coming up on a break here but almost predictably George Saunders general ideas I mean the names a kid comes AT Smith to keep coming up on this list of the best of the decade are the names that well writers have gotten a lot of attention and not necessarily a lock in many instances were talking about craft we're talking about stories that engage readers and we're talking with Barbara lane and ask to be alone and you our listeners quick summoning forward recommendations from a tweet from Catherine 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"barbro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Anything they simply propagated in repeated rumors and innuendo in their diplomatic echo chamber this first time in two decades and visionaries ring hello Washington snow and cold records fell off in the plains to the Great Lakes and beyond as an arctic air mass spilled over a big chunk of the eastern half of the U. S. including the normally miles south Tuesday of north Barbro who runs grows farms in Wisconsin says the single digit temperatures are bad for the cattle and after the crops still got soy beans all to be harvested really like the small to go away and soul doesn't plug up the machinery for harvesting and dealing with so soft wet conditions beneath the small from all the rain we've had the roughly ten inches of snow in buffalo Detroit by Tuesday morning record deaths for the time of the year but twenty school system delayed opening across north Alabama that in Saint Louis the mercury dip to eleven degrees on Tuesday breaking a record the date that it stood since nineteen eleven or the stories at town hall dot com Sebastian go okay here maybe you've been hearing about really factor the one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps a person's body deal with inflammation and pain you've heard all the wonderful testimonials well I have my own testimonial for many years my lower back pain was becoming a serious problem the short story is I finally gave it a try and now I'm out of pain too so if you're in pain you can order the three week quick stop for just nineteen ninety five go to really factor dot com rose what do you specialize in service or new construction Bergesen knows first hand how much work goes into a long day on the job which is why we're committed to offering the products and.

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"barbro" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Few places this morning, then showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. And tonight, our high seventy two degrees, sixty seven officially at O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio. There has been a second incident in less than a week. If someone running down federally protected Burge in the Chicago area. Let's get a live report on this now from WB M's Bernie to foia Monday line, policing nineteen candidates were hit by vehicle and killed Sunday evening while it was still light out the geese has been crossing locally and road near Cambridge street when. On the southbound vehicle hit them. Police anyone with information about the driver to call or Email them if it's determined. The driver, intentionally ran over the birds here. She could be fine by the department of natural resources a week ago, a man ran over and killed six candidacy, sunshine. Congo's northside burning voyage, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM Illinois tollway officials met with area residents at the Berkeley village. Whole last night. They wanted to reassure residents about how improvements to the I eighty eight to ninety exchange on the Tri state tollway will affect nearby parks and the prairie path Carmen Ponti of bellwood says, she frequently walks her dogs on the past and dog walkers, use it a lot a lot. So I wouldn't I mean, I'll be very sad. If if it doesn't stay how it is right now. Two-way officials say the prairie path will remain open during the work a baby boy, born in a car yesterday morning right outside of Chicago fire station. On the north side. The car carrying the mother to be we still almost two miles from northwestern Memorial Hospital, when it stopped at a river west firehouse where sixteen people helped bring the baby into the world more people than you'd see an delivery room. Definitely definitely all for this little peanut came out, and it was so exciting. Department captain Barbro, we so much tragic.

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"barbro" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"barbro" Discussed on KTRH

"Think directed it and hobby are barred them is a guy who kills people using one of those one of those deals that pneumatics. It's amazing. It seems to work pretty well. Yeah. Yeah. Funny story for years later, a couple of guys stoled, eighteen Wheeler. Full of what it was me. But the, the, the anus of the cow is used for dogs. It's about the size of bagel. Right. And they had stole the truckload of meat that it was scheduled to be dog food. It was all scrap. Unfortunately, they went east when they crossed Louisiana line became interstate felony, or whatever. So these guys did them pretty hard time, forgetting some pretty bad neat. Yep. That's what it tastes like crap. Okay, you're up. You're up there. Oh, I was thank you for your show that make me laugh, and sometimes cry. I'm in reference quickly to of officer Andy Tanya. I live in parallel, and I work in French would and every day when I'm coming home from work. I mean from. Put into. Parkway that have made. No. That, that. Yeah, thank you for that. Yeah. I did. About. Let's get you on a better line. We can't we can't actually hear you. Okay. Scarborough got questions for you going back to the Coles since you're you've finished two years in government at the university of Texas, El ask the question and you give a quick answer. What's this, this is for the immigration test? What's the supreme law of the land the constitution? Very good. What does the cost? The law the entire nation. The idea of self government is in the first three words, the constitution, what are those rewards? We the people. Very good. What isn't amendment? It's the. After. What does it do it amends, it, it changes it? What do we call the first ten amendments to the Bill? What is one writer freedom from the first amendment, freedom of the press, freedom of speech rights bear arms? That's number two. Just in one just in the first. Pres- religion. And. I press speech religion. Assembly assembly. I forget it. We'll have more with interns Barbro in your calls of your favorite ill trips. Coming up. Bluecross blueshield believe everyone should have access to healthcare, no matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training for military medics to serve world America to helping expectant mothers recover.

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"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Tied up the ride, but we're still slow to Hamilton avenue. Next update. Ten eighteen traffic leader KCBS KCBS bay area forecast. Mostly cloudy skies today, light showers on and off throughout the day. Highs from the low to upper sixties tonight, mostly cloudy, mild overnight, lows in the upper forty s and for tomorrow cloudy with a chance of showers in the morning and afternoon. Highs in the sixty s traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS, springtime tips and fun. And facts from Paul Kristen index at total wine and more. Did you know there were over one million bubbles? Champagne someone say brunch. Leave the AAC hunting to the kid. We'll have even more fine hunting for your brilliant. Brench Friesland sweet and salty richness pairs perfectly with sweeter wines with bold fruit, Alabama, juicy Pinot Noir, whether you're hosting or just bring the wine, we love to share are always low prices ridiculous selection. This spring at total wine and more. Cheers. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet for firehouse subs. Introducing new firehouse pairs your favorite small sub with a signature side, like the awesome, five cheese, MAC and cheese. And remember the portion of every purchase at firehouse subs goes towards helping first responders firehouse subs. Enjoy more subs. Save more lives. Participating locations only firehouse subs. Donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand nine thousand firehouse. That's probably saved foundation donating point one one percent of every purchase. Frank Robinson debuted as the first black baseball manager this week nineteen seventy five hundred eighty Gordie Howe completed a record twenty six Wayne Gretzky became the first teenagers fifty goals in the season that same way is being treated has. Would you Barbro wilt chamberlain's all-time career scoring records? Weeknights eighty seven Wayne Gretzky won seven straight NHL storing two thousand five James Stewart junior became the first African.

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"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bill. What's Rick, the Clark street crater, the mother of all pothole, so? Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always turns Comey could stay farms. Got you to you that you ain't nothing trash talking to pothole. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win. That's here to help life go, right? State farm. Talk to an agent today. Frank Robinson debuted as the first black baseball manager this week nineteen seventy five nineteen eighty Gordie Howe a record twenty six. Jeez. Wayne Gretzky became the first teenagers were fifty goals in the season that same wages. Would you Barbro wilt chamberlain's all-time career scoring records? Weeknights eighty-seven Wayne Gretzky won his seventh straight NHL storing. Two thousand five James Stewart junior became the first African-American to major motor sports. The name buyer weekend our weekend from New York City in two thousand six over all their releases. They've been critically acclaimed. They've even picked up a Grammy for best alternative album in terms of their name came from a project. The lead singer was working on. It was a short film project, inspired by the movie, the laws boys who was about a man who traveled to Cape God to warn the mayor that vampires were attacking he quickly abandoned the project, but the name he chose would become the name of his band vampire weekend. KCBS first for traffic,.

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"barbro" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on Harmontown

"But you just leave certain details return it is somebody in New York walking around wearing poop, scarf, probably. Now, I lay the reason that I didn't get that upset about it. Because I was like no one's ever going to buy this like that's the kind of sober. It has like the clearance section, and it will just disappear into oblivion. And so that's why I didn't admonish she I was like ultimately when I found out. I was like all right. It's a flawed thing. Character would do, but I have to say, Randi. Yes. If you poop on a scarf. Yeah. Try to get the money back. Just just gonna exchange it for credit. Saved that one. I want to say into another guest. That's like doing a public television thing where we're like linking things. And it's that's why it's mostly complicated because you're my future. Mom in law. You pooped on the scarf. You were mama larusso. You're she was Rizzo in Greece on broad Rizzo. You were the original Rizzo, right? There was one original Rizzo. But then you original Rizzo or not, no. You weren't love me. Wait. Well, no. But I mean, but after original Rizzo Adrian Barba. No. Yeah. We on Broadway all really Adrian Barbro. Yeah. Swamp sake. I know her just says Adrian Barbosa from swamp thing like she She said. like she bassoon it's kind of like eighties. Be right. She was she was original Rizzo. But then you like did a huge run of Rizzo. Broadway, your basic, and and so our next guest was. Johnny angel Johnny angel. You guys know Greece teenage why? Why? Beauty school dropout. The saw like the guy comes on the saints. Anyway, I'll explain that. I'll explain beyond that connection. Why we're bringing him up? Please welcome. Bob garrett..

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"barbro" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Kidneys for king wall up. You team busted it pigs up. So I'm kidding, folks. Helpful gain L full Kia now tell me is the best relied best as an foreign world. This time was added beef driven jerk. For just my pillow Thome by as well, but hold that Fokin any foot inside. For. Yes. If goes, alone, puller Coppola, been shutters or glory. Be you beautiful busted on germ, sir. Job. Lukewarm gravy and apparent Fokin Barbro, certainly, sir or lab yard. Have you got? Spare bones for me said? You came diamond and get a walking fat on mass Lexus sweating like a busted sponge. And that was all is down. That's what went down. He's just just eight sons on very powerful powerful saying, yeah, think did is a little bit. Would you was a little bit? Like the movie, I think those deep vices and night, the lack of joy, can you think of a movie analogy? No, no..

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"barbro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"You for joining us, America. We're glad you're here Orange County is on the line. Mary Jo's calling Mary Jo how are you? I'm great, Dave. How are you today? Better than I deserve. What's up? Well, I have a question about grace. My little dog was attacked back in September by a neighbor's dog. That was off leash outwith one of the family members. And it was a pretty bad attack and cost us about twenty five hundred dollars and going back to that dog's owner asking them to repay what we had to spend from this attack. They said, yeah, we'll pay. We'll pay we'll pay no problem. No problem. Just send us the Bill. So we've done that gave a very specific time line and offered to say, hey, if you'd rather we deal with your insurance company. Well, we're happy to do that just let us know after that line past you didn't hear anything. So we eventually called and oh, I'm really busy can't deal with this right now, it's actually my daughter's dog, and you know, she's finally got a job. So she's gonna pay me, then I'm gonna pay you anyway, months have gone by. And now we've heard nothing at this point we met you back in fall of twenty twelve and had emergency fund in place. So this was barely a blip on our radar to deal with the finances. But it sounds like she's had a history of making. Bad choices and has been hasn't even asked how our dog is. And yes, I just I there's part of me that says give her the grace. I don't have the bandwidth to you know, picks a fight getting paid back. But there's part of me that doesn't want to reward is history of bad decision making. Well in business on collections. What I do. And this is a collection issue. So is the best paradigm. I can think of is am I gonna spend more than the amount to get the amount with an attorney. I am before the talk about hiring an attorney. Number one, number two is if you sue someone who is broke it doesn't make them have money. Right. And so if they're not paying because legitimately regardless of why broke but legitimately. They have no money. The bottom line is you're not going to get paid. It's not it's not grace. It's just a practical. Fact, you can't get blood out of Iraq. Right. And so if that's the case, but you're in which county, so I suspect the parents have the money to pay the twenty five hundred Bill they're just being what we in the south would call trifling. Right. They're not taking care of business. And so what I might do is maybe you and your husband swing over there and sit down and have a Cup of coffee and go guys, we really want to be kind to you. We want to be good neighbors. But we've made the decision that you are going to pay this Bill. Now, we can do this the easy way or the hard way and easy. You write me a check. And the hard way is anything less than I leave here with two thousand five hundred dollars from this conversation because from that point we've already talked to you about this from that point. We're going to go ahead and turn this over to our attorney, and he's going to sue you. And that seems kind of ridiculous why because you're going to lose when we show you and you're going to lose the twenty five hundred plus attorneys fees. And that's just kind of silly. And so that's why I wanted to just come over here and be a real person and have a Cup of coffee with you. And just say we're gonna do this. Easy. Are we gonna do it hard? If you wanna do that that's one way to play it. But then follow through hire an attorney and show. Right. And based on the last conversation that we had. She informed me that her husband had been jailed within the last year and. Not in a good position in her life. So the kid or the parents the the husband of the adult dog owner. Oh, okay. All right. So I don't know if you think they don't have any money you'd probably just forget it. But it's not really grace. It's just practical. Yeah. It's just like couldn't get it. No matter what I did. And I it sounds like that's where the conclusion you're coming to. I just wasn't sure if I should just let it out grace crisis has had something, you know. That's out of their control happened to them, and they really want to do the right thing. But they just don't they can't. And you're just like, well, I'm gonna let you go as an as a spiritual act. I'm going to release you this isn't a spiritual act. This is just your to dadgum broke to pay the Bill. Okay. And so to me, that's different. I I have let people off the hook that that, you know, just as an act of grace. I just said, you know, you're trying I had one guy paying nine eleven thousand dollar Billy owed me he was paying like one hundred dollars here one hundred dollars. They're Finally I had him come in. And I said, dude, look, I just told me to let you go. Just forget it. Just from you were trying and he's like, no, no, I really want to pay it. But that's the one you wanna let go. And I was easy to let him go. So I just set him free and in Jesus name and let him go. That's great. But this is just somebody that's broke. And you're not gonna teach me lessons by trying to get money out of a broke people Barbro people with lawyer. That's not they're not got suddenly wake up and grow grow character as a result. So I. I'd probably just forget it and walk away. Sounds like that's what you're dealing with unless you can somehow impugn the parents where she was visiting as being liable in this having the dog in the neighborhood or something you might ask an attorney if you really want to know the answer these questions, but otherwise you could just go like you said on an emotional bandwidth deal with his twenty five hundred bucks on moving on with my life. If you wanna do that that wouldn't be mad at you for doing that. Completely understand. Thanks for the call open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. Ramon is in Sacramento, high, Ramone. How are you? Hello, dave. How are you? Better than I deserve. What's up? Who last call was about grace, Michael about hope, and whether or not I have any. Fifty seven in a couple of months March. And I have no aside from a small three thousand traditional IRA that I had gotten from being face to work for. I had no investments. No retirement setup of any kind. And working the baby steps, I got my thousand dollars put away and good in my into my class to you. Good. I got a little under a little under ten thousand to pay off on my goal is advocate off by November. If not sooner good, but you're fifty seven you'll be starting baby. Step four. Okay. And if you work for twenty years, you'll be seventy seven, and you will have a million dollars. Wow. Okay. What you're gonna work till you're seventy. You're gonna work till you're seventy seven that's not. I've I've I've resigned myself to the fact that I'm not going to be retiring traditional age. No. And you're not going to be retiring in a traditional way. But that's okay. So what I'll probably be working when I'm seventy seven. I like doing what I'm doing you. And I are the same you and I are the cigarette. Yeah. The more. I listen to you. And some of the people that you you talk with. And so the people that I deal with on a daily basis a lotta people are retiring at the traditional age anymore, not not not out of housing too. But. I'd have just they go home, and they're bored. And they go back to work. Now, there's dignity and work. It's good for people, including me. So anyway, it's not like a half to work all the time. I don't have to work at all money wise. But I I it's good for my soul to get up in accomplish things. So other than just hitting a white ball or something, you know? So nothing wrong with that morally. But it's just a matter of it's it's a matter of a spiritual. Anyway, what do you make a year? Let's see my grossest forty I brought home roughly thirty one in. All right. So what I wanna do is over the next ten years. I do wanna increase your income. Right. And so I wanna be studying and thinking about my career which sounds weird when you're fifty seven to think about your career, but you really need to. Well, it's funny. You say that because I'm kind of at the point where I'm thinking, you know, I'm always trying to kids I work with this place here. Just don't don't get stuck here. And I feel like I've kind of done stuck here myself oddly enough I landed this job when I was used to work for a Bank as I said earlier, and I do that then I probably been dead since I had my first credit card at eighteen and I want to get out of debt. And I said, I'm not gonna take out a loan. Money for money. The next. I went to a part time job. Long story short. I ended up in that. Now. Then let's just start thinking about what you won't be doing when you're sixty seven and one of the steps to get there. There's ten years. I.

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"barbro" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"It's no longer tenable for us to do that. Here is no longer safe for them to be here. Savant says the goal was to get everyone out of the tents and into shelters. However, some of those who were forced to leave have since ended up at the homeless encampment in south, Minneapolis. Governor Mark Dayton remains hospitalized. At the mayo clinic in Rochester after having back surgery more than a month ago. Governor Dayton had an initial surgery on October eleventh, and then underwent a second procedure several days later, a spokesperson for the governor said he was expected to stay in the hospital for several days that spokesperson confirming that Dayton is still at the mayo and having physical therapy. No discharge date has been set. The seventy one year old governor has been hampered by health problems throughout his two terms in office. He has had three back surgeries a procedure to repair a torn hip muscle. And he was treated for prostate cancer last year, Dayton, we'll leave office early next year. He Jones w. UCLA was concentration or Scott. Walker says high school students who appear to be giving a Nazi salute. In a photo are a bunch of idiots. Walker was asked Thursday about the photo of Barbro high school students at that circulated earlier this week the photo of about sixty boys was taken outside the sauk county courthouse and Barbaro last spring about two thirds of the boys have their right arms raised and what appears to be a Nazi salute apparent who took the photo says he was simply asking the teens to wave goodbye to their parents before they headed to prom. Let's take a look at your WBZ weather. Tonight, partly cloudy skies, low of twenty nine then tomorrow, clouds increase flurries by late this afternoon with a high.

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"barbro" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You very much, ma'am. WCBS news time is ten ten city. Health department officials say that a cooling tower at the sugarhill project at Saint Nicholas avenue in one hundred fifty fifth street is the likely source of two outbreaks of legionnaires disease in the last few months acting Commissioner Cyrus Barbaro says that despite comprehensive remediation the legionella bacteria returned quickly suggesting that there was something unique about this particular cooling tower system. Barbro added that the sugarhill project turned off its cooling tower on October, eighteenth and disassembled components. It remains turned off the sugarhill project is a thirteen story one hundred twenty four unit building providing subsidized housing to low and moderate income families. A former top Lieutenant Joaquin El Chapo Guzman who is a likely witness at his trial has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking conspiracy. In Chicago a plea deal unsealed yesterday says 43-year-old you sent. Sumba pleaded guilty to charges in a case originally filed in Washington DC in two thousand two the case was transferred to Chicago in August. Opening statements that corresponds trial are set for Tuesday, somebody allegedly oversaw logistics of goose Mancino Loa cartel until his twenty nine arrest since his testimony would put him in his family in jeopardy. Prosecutors say they'll recommend that the governor that the government extent security to them. The agreement says somebody will cooperate in hopes of a reduced sentence w CBS news time ten eleven this Veterans Day and every day sprint. Salutes are US armed forces. Our dedication to the military community includes our new unlimited military plan that gives veterans active.

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"barbro" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on About to Review

"What I like about the forty eight's is this just done in a weekend. You know, if you're doing a short film. I think it's a it's a really great opportunity to like try something you've been wanting to try whether it's like stylistically aesthetically character stuff. Whatever the case may be. And. It's not like trying to raise a budget. Everybody's down to help. You can do a lot with a little and it's also done in forty eight hours. So you're not like waiting in this realm of post for months for a short film, you know, especially short films don't ever really make money back. So it's hard to spend money to make them. So to forty eight great opportunity to just keep the narrative stuff going just keep your juices flow and a couple of times a year and just get out, and you know, try what you can try. Plus, you know, when you're on a normal set, you've got all the ability to try to keep things wrangled, whereas like on a forty eight it's like the best exercise of like, macgyver and everything and just like being on year. Most a game to just roll with the punches come up with new solutions. And then also be willing to just okay. That part of script is work move on or like, what's your gut instinct, let's you know, it's it's really good at is honing. A lot of those skills that then do come in handy on biggers shoots and whatnot. So wriggle now the touch on the doing a lot for a little yet. Because again, you have forty hours to complete your film. What is the biggest corner that you have cut? The biggest corner that we've cut or biggest macgyver ISM. You know? I really feel like we try not to cut corners. I'm one of those people where I'll try to build a team. And if all the right pieces aren't in place. I won't sign up. So, you know, it's like, I gotta make sure I have a great editor. I gotta make sure like we have at least some locations. And then I want to like make sure we have a sound designer onboard somewhere that is willing to do stuff. It's like if any of those three things aren't lined up ahead of time or can't be made to happen. Just like. It's like. You know, I don't want to mess with it. What is let everybody else play this year? I guess this year had the biggest corner cut. We didn't write a script. Yeah. That counts. So we kinda just brainstorm some scenes, and then just sort of like, hey, you know, the actors are good. We'll let them do their thing. And you know, kind of we know where we need to be within the scene. So let's just kind of come up with some loose outlines. And then go for it. So very cool. Excellent. And then what is a piece of advice since you have this few times for those future filmmakers, whether it is the next forty eight or maybe the horror one after seeing this year. What is your piece of advice for them? My advice is just do it. I mean, you I know some people get discouraged, and maybe the other people's didn't may be great or really, you know, good in there. I don't know if we can do this. We don't have the skills. You can't get the skills without practicing the skills, and this is like the most opportune event to really meet other people network and just practice practice practice and Yoon if you are good, it's still a great realm to just practice practice practice. That's why I do it. So. Yeah. Just get in there. And do it don't be afraid fantastic. Well, thank you for sitting down with me. Dominic Barbro leader of team narwhal among with other people. Congratulations on all of your words, and where can people find you on social media working? They keep up with your filmmaking career. Yeah. Absolutely. So if you want to follow my Instagram there is I think it's at Dominic underscore Barbro. Or Facebook or my website Dominic. The DP edgy mill or Dominic DP dot com. That's it might get my Email out way too much. So. Yeah. Excellent. All right. Thanks, get Dominic skiing. Appreciate it. Thank you again to all of my guests who sat down with me. I did this after the screening block was over as that the shutting down..

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"barbro" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Patriots. Ugliness. Words matter in other news today. Another case of the end, no virus reported at the one accused center for nursing and rehab and Haskell New Jersey. Nineteen cases now reported there. Seven of them fatal all of those sickened with the virus our children with already compromised immune systems and a child is the first New York City resident to die of the flu this season. Here's w will wash James flippin acting health Commissioner, Dr ox, CDs bar, Bo addressed reporters and said flu activity is low to this point only two percent of hospital visits connected to influenza today. But that figures to increase soon as flu season lasts through early spring. The death of a child as a result. Not rare. Sadly, the city typically records anywhere from zero to eight any given season deaths the floor, not unusual. They're sad. Reminders of the consequences of getting Dr Barbro urging all New Yorkers to get the shot, especially children as well as pregnant women and the elderly James flippin for seven ten. W O R dollars of US troops reportedly will soon be deployed to the US border with Mexico. They'll be preparing for a slow moving migrant caravan has been traveling north through Mexico. The estimated eight hundred to a thousand active duty troops would deploy to the border to help with logistics like building fences or putting up tents for border Thorndike's. The service members would not be working in a law enforcement capacity or engaging with migrants Defense Secretary James Mattis would sign off on the order. There are already two thousand national guard troops at the border called up by southern governors. Emily row ABC news. The White House tennis.

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Jon Hamm, Ed Harris & Lewis Pullman Join ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Team

Kentuckiana's Morning News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Jon Hamm, Ed Harris & Lewis Pullman Join ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Team

"I have breaking news it's not really breaking but, it is box office breaking we talked about topgun yesterday and I did we start talking about it Friday he's got I, can't remember but no yesterday All right so the sequel is coming Jon Hamm is going to be in it. Mr. madman himself Lewis, Pullman Ed Harris is going to. Go right back into the danger zone he. Was great in that movie at. Harris was, Ed Harris was. He wasn't he He wasn't Tom Skerritt, no not Tom Scott I. Was thinking of the. Other, guy, the ball head guy but no but anyway Ed Harris will fit the part I think I, didn't realize I was watching reruns of cheers last week I did not realize that Ed. Or I'm sorry Tom Skerritt was in tears I forgot about that yeah so but the reason the reason we talked about it yesterday. Is that because they were doing there. They, started filming on? The, USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN for the movie and it's, important to remember I, did note in, the. Article that, they wrote discordant Virginian pilot Lincoln's based on that they they were only filming aircraft. Landing scenes there were no actors or actresses onboard. Oh is. That right yeah would probably. Dropped the Lincoln off the coast and then. You know did. Some, traps etc you know get some calls in so they could film and. And that's what they were doing maybe writes that office is training and that's. Right Did you know there's a little bit of traffic. Walls. There that we don't. Probably, know if, we're. Not navy persons what is that well, it's just they go, do flight. Operations so, that when you see those scenes. Of the aircraft hitting the deck yeah usually they have file. Footage for. Nine do know back in may they started filming, some of the actor and. Actress is seen some. More, intricate, scenes at naval air station north Allen which I called home for three years and living in, San Diego for three years not a bad a bad way to go especially in Coronado. Cruise is gonna come back as Pete maverick Mitchell and Chicago justices Monica bar or Barbro is also on board apparently sequel slated for. July two thousand nineteen there you

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"barbro" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"barbro" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Users and many important western industries like Energy development, ranching farming recreation and as we've discussed of course mining and fun trivia from my audience the caucus was formed in nineteen eighty, three by four. House members including Nevada's own congresswoman Barbro caddo vich congressman I love that you're currently continuing to. Serve on a, caucus that has grown so much since congressman who candidates help to set it, up you've served almost since your first swearing in share with us, some of the legislative victories for, the west that kind of you can credit to some efforts for the education of other members that came from the caucus will, you know off the top of. My head they've been extensively involved and, make sure that, pill continues, to be funded now even though there's forty nine states that get payments in lieu of taxes. For the federal land that people on the. West that's a phenomenally important thing. So they got a little, iffy a, few times the western caucus coalesced endangered species issues quite frankly whether it's wolves in you know numerous Ones. Of those were quite frankly they've come together and, try to spotlight, where they think the. Successes are, in recovering those species, as like, that Wildland fire you name it you mentioned the importance, of balance so I I wanna say I I mentioned some of. The caucuses, priority we also need to know that a top official focuses quote sustaining a vibrant western economy and also protecting and. Enhancing the environment so again the kind of the balance between using the land for positive, economic purposes also enhancing and maintaining and protecting the environment I don't think you can have one without the other There are there are some. Fights over that though well once again it's the perception if you're doing it. If, I mean I just think it's it's fairly basic if. You get? Past the? Perception and the. Talking points that you can't enhance. The outdoor experience or in, enhance, agribusiness on the range you can enhance. The mining industry without being respectful of the resource at center, when the.

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