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"barden" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"barden" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Like bright Bart. To institutions like one America News, which are more likely to confirm some of the president's false claims over the past several weeks, So I don't know it does seem like a very difficult conundrum. What are your thoughts on the steps that can be taken as a nation as as as a media profession to begin finding some answers. Let me back up for a moment and talk about the problem of falsity. I think there's broad agreement that Donald Trump has in the way he's conducted the presidency defied numerous norms that used to govern. Behavior in high office and one of the things one of the most egregious things that he's done, is to rather repeatedly utter falsehoods. Um, now the press the media, the customs that the that the protocols that the media follow when they're confronted with falsity are fairly well established. For the most part when somebody in office says something that doesn't isn't true, the tradition was find somebody else. Of equivalent stature to contradict that person and to point out the falseness of what was said. And I think that at a certain point immediate decided that that gave too much prominence and too much credibility to the initial falsehood, so the media then be became took it on themselves to declare The statements that Trump or his people were making as false, so it we're seeing now it's become a routine part of the way that news is written that Trump's baseless allegations of electoral fraud. The notion of baseless allegations is now part of the news report. No, I That is something you would never have seen before. You would not have seen Lyndon Johnson's baseless allegations of progress in the war in Vietnam. They wouldn't have said that. That would have been a source of legitimate controversy that would have been covered as most legitimate controversies were covered with some attempted balance, And I think that which gets goes back to where we're going, what we're going into a time of fraction very much factionalized media. I think we're already there. So we need to be a little careful when we say the media because people are finding media organizations that are providing them with information that is more compatible with their world view. And the organization with Fox News and Bright Barden and these other organizations are coming up are feeding that kind of hunger for contemporary for topical information. They're not always full of falsity. Bright barred, borrows its most of its information. Aggregate sits information from perfectly credible sources, and they put somewhat And dentures headlines on them, But it's still not, and not an illegitimate place to get news and a small number, And unfortunately, this coincides with the general weakening in the news business, which is really important to remember. That's the context within which all of this is happening. All right, well, ah lot of trends unfolding there. We only have a minute or so left in the program, and I'm sure that this will be hard to encapsulate in just a minute, But we're going to give it a shot. Given everything that we've been talking about so far. I'm just Curious What you see, coming in the years ahead. Is this credibility gap Is the media going to be able to mainstream media going to be able to make great any ground on this? I improve. Their level of trust among Americans, or are we likely to just see a continuation of all these trends that you're talking about that are making this task so difficult? Well, I think you'll continue to have a flight to quality among the viewers and readers and I think that what we're finding is that the when you say the mainstream media Let's be specific about the media that have the kind of reporting resource is to be credible sources of important as of reporting on significant realities of people need to know about, and I think those media are doing very well. They're prospering during this situation. The New York Times is a national publication with Maura readers outside the New York metro area than inside. And they also are relying on readership revenue revenue directly paid by their readers for the lion share of their money, no longer advertising as strictly advertising base. They always were. So there are very strong signs that the media that that are doing very, very well are doing better than ever. And what you have is a popularization of the other media and some decline in the kind of diversity that one could have expected in the past, But they're doing well and I think you're going to see a comparable surge of interest in conservative media's well. What my hope is, is that there's a regrouping around some basic principles of accuracy and truth telling And that the media are not so wedded to pandering to their core readers that they're unwilling to present them with information and viewpoints that are unpalatable to them. Tough challenge for a lot of media outlets. To be sure, and a lot of food for thought as well. We're gonna have to round it out there For today, though we've been speaking to Ed Wasserman. He is Dean emeritus of the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley, also a professor of media ethics. Fester. Wasserman thank so much he Thanks for having me. It was a pleasure. And thank you all for listening for KCBS and in depth on Keith Man, Cockney stay safety. Well, we'll see you next time you've been listening to KCBS.

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"barden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"barden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our trail of tears. And there's where weak or a decadent where Americans which means road trip history buffs, one minute amnesiac the next We want to remember except when we want to forget. Barden may by is that the Chattanooga Choo Choo register at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the Chattanooga Choo choo to It's a hotel, now a gloriously hokey, beautifully restored Holiday Inn, in which the lobby is the ornate dome of the old train station in the rooms or turn of the century rail cars parked out on the tracks were in giggles Thie entire night for the simple reason. That the phrase Choo Choo is completely addictive way try to work it into every sentence. What should we do for dinner? Stay here. A teacher Chu Way end up going out for barbecue, saying this's good, but I can't wait to get back to the tutu. We watched the X files in our train car, commenting Is it just me or is this show even better in the future? Do I send email from my laptop? Just so that I can write greetings from the Chattanooga Choo to exclamation point number of times. I just said 2 to 7 number of choose 14. Sadly, we check out of the tutu and drive across town to Ross's landing. It used to be where John Ross is very service carried people across the Tennessee River. But in 18 38. It was one of the starting points for the water route of the trail, tears. I stand on the sand and read a weathered historical marker Established about 18 16 by John Ross. Some 370 yards east of this point It consisted of a ferry warehouse and landing Cherokee parties left from the landing for the west in 18 38. Same year, The growing community took the name Chattanooga, and I'm sure there's no connection at all between those two points. That sounds so nice lead left for the West. Bye. I haven't mentioned that. Ross's landing also functions as Chattanooga's tourist center..

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What Made the Prehistoric 'Hell Ant' So Diabolical?

BrainStuff

02:24 min | 3 months ago

What Made the Prehistoric 'Hell Ant' So Diabolical?

"Hey brains of is Christian, Sager here fire ants, carpenter ants, bull ants there. A lot of ant species that can cause a great deal of harm. The worst one alive today about two Guinness World. Records is the bulldog ant. It has killed at least three human some within fifteen minutes. But perhaps, the worst aunt ever was the hell aunt, a prehistoric insect that was recently discovered encased in a chunk of Myanmar amber dating to the late. Cretaceous period evolutionary. Biologist Phillip Barden of the Jersey Institute of Technology and his team wrote about the Hell Aunt discovery in the journal systemic entomology. The hell aunt got its name from its anatomy and behavior instead. Of having a typical mouth, the hell aunt had blades that stuck upward think like tusks plus a horn that was reinforced with metal scientists don't know for sure how the hell used. It's unusual appendages but they have some theories i. it clear that the ants tusks and horn were mainly used for catching prey. So here's one possible mo when it came to finding dinner when a tasty insect passed nearby the hell aunts jaw tusks would flip the insect up an onto its horn impaling it spearing prey does take a toll though which is probably why the Hell Lance Horn was clad with metal and if that isn't gruesome, enough researchers say this prehistoric insect. Some vampire like tendencies two when the ant snagged its prey, it's Tusk like jaws close to form a gutter, which may have been a means of funneling the insects blood right down into the ants. Gullit, the Helen scientifically known as Lingua Mir Mex- vladi was discovered in chunk of amber that was ninety, nine, million years old although it's unusual appendages were likely used to catch its food researchers say they may have occasionally been used defensively. This is not the only insect sporting metal either some present day termite species actually have zinc and manganese in their manuals. However, there are no modern ants similarly equipped.

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"barden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"barden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It was more and if you have your own automobile at this stage and you can make a debate between taken barred and driving you're probably just for cleanliness standpoints will stay off by I don't mean to say that too because because people knew junior Reid Barden is necessary what are they doing day to claim bart more than usual I've said I mean I saw it the it was watching the news and first of all looks like even like in the really busy stations I can bargain Darrow it just looks like there's no one there and secondarily they are saying that they're that they're going overboard on that kind of stuff so I would believe that they are doing that but again if you're trying to limit your exposure and that's what this is all about everybody's it I think everybody's kind of turned a corner of the last twenty four to forty eight hours to realize what's going on here but if you're trying to do that which is lessen your exposure I mean this is really essentially if we talk about analytics all the time this is the ultimate analytics the less people you're around in less contact you have with people the less your chances of catching this that's just that's the national math so if you're getting onto a train in which either there someone or there has been some water or whatever that it increases your chances we were just talking to Disneyland increases your chances I was talking to somebody about the gym today you're not going to the gym I don't know I want to save so much for others in a total of thirty yards it don't work out here out of your body I think you're like eight times a day yeah I'd have to say but that's it thank you you're good I'm not touching a quick minute you know why it's not that I was going to anyway but it you know it's just another excuse I got a job yeah I a pallet ties through I'd love to see I'm gonna cost have you got I got I ordered regulators to stay away from SoulCycle teacher so the alternative was sentenced to palatine you realize we just lost a little bit of money here so did it though I know you hammer's latest okay also do those things are with someone all right all right other issue is that I have a weekend off now which is very so what's the irony that the you get a weekend off but Meyer wants or do I go skiing why do you see yourself or out the window let's turn your girl but I don't know what's going to be staying in a actually because think about it if you got gloves and everything but and so you know you kind of wrapped up you're almost in your own little hazmat suit and I think that they are being outdoors would help a little bit as far as communicating it wouldn't hurt and I have a you know staying in a hotel yeah now you're not a good idea yeah obviously provide you online in America Tennessee it is to wake me when the slopes of the well what do you do okay I'm gonna start because I need do do we do yes all day I sign you go with your the one person I know that absolutely could not stay outside I just walk for what was the other piece of property and I so I I you know to the time off but it would be so bad if I left the show two o'clock I went skiing it's not bad right now but you're right who are you supposed to stay yeah I guess what you gotta do is going to be like a couple of buckets of disinfectant wipe and bring your old model okay okay I'll still outside I don't have to interact with the front desk yeah I was like the key just like throw something went by stay a ski pole away from me and it's got to be a writer that's true you should check in call for mace maid service yeah that is true if you know you know I'm fine we'll be fine we'll be fine I did see a story today this happened in Italy and the guy was on whatever this whatever the system is whatever transport system they have there and he had he had a big desk around himself in other words this yet like a like a wooden disc that he had fitted for himself so that people and it went all around it was in a circle and it was like stay away yes some people couldn't get near him he was walking he was on the new show to Mike on the subway system he's standing there and he's got like this disk around so how wide it was stickered switchers circumference was gigantic and people are looking at like seriously it was like eight feet wide like all around him so people couldn't get within eight to this guy there are mines there thank you Jackson or walk in from Fenway Park over the behind it where they have all the memorabilia and in a Reggie going it right right right you know right off Yaqui way he's like the pied Piper of her all around and Reggie like get back get back get back like because he like did a semi circle around his entire space and it was kind of like a watch eight feet back get everybody back back it was unbelievable so yeah it's crazy for at right now yeah six to eight feet right yeah yeah that's what they're saying like selling a social distance what's the term yeah so there you go we're coming up with a whole new they've they're coming up with a whole new of immaculate for everything social distance keep your social distance from people your brother but you you brought up a good one get go get a ski pole or something just like you know at at I was in a sort so close so close people are hooked up in bars anymore it doesn't affect me Haynes may well you can go to a bars nobody they are swapping spit yeah in doing that you can't do that you know I'm not right now welcome to my world I don't know I await your social justice is give me what I want to get out I don't know if I go with no chance it is like I said you know who's making a make money on this virtual reality and virtual reality solitaire talk about last week's acts as what people are gonna be doing okay but I don't even say that virtual relate reality dates ban list through I don't know but that's that's welcome to our house that's not safe either yeah I mean you could probably sanitizer neon differ in a in in a box or something and though yeah that's right it was the same a lot of those are made in China you can you can go buy a house get order those things analyze everything I mean it always draws back to something right it's not like I think we're good I think we're good like you said like skiing you love to go skiing and you're all wrapped up you're good but we're gonna stay that's probably the safest now are you got to stay in a hotel yes in your car hold of their I could just drive up and down if you could I want you know that any attack do Sugar Bowl yeah that's the closest we like to run any fabric travel yeah that's that is that we not at all no I don't think so the way man birds here to drive them to fly I I think what I said earlier about shutting down domestic travels being discussed now and they are taught her that yeah there are lies the airline industry like nine eleven all over again for them yeah terrible yeah we'll get through this you're responding to a cambiar if you don't know what's been going on today we will let you know last night the really go bare all.

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"barden" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"barden" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of Barden South Carolina victory billionaire businessman Tom's tire about out I said if I didn't see a path to winning that I'd suspend my campaign and honestly I can't see a path where I can win the presidency widen the readjusted and democratic feel have just a couple of days before the so called super Tuesday of multiple primaries all the latest on the corona virus there is a state of emergency in the state of Washington following the first corona virus death in the nation there a man in his fifties who had underlying health conditions but no history of travel or contact with unknown coronavirus case the older Washington reacted quickly even as officials report the first American death president trump insists there's no reason to panic if you're healthy you will probably I have go through a process and and you'll be fine Dr Anthony Fauci the government's leading expert on infectious diseases says the vast majority of deaths from corona virus have been among elderly people or those with underlying medical conditions but found she says there will be one offs you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House right after nearly two decades of war the U. S. in Afghanistan's Islamist Taliban group have signed a deal aimed at ending the US presence there CBS news correspondent Carrie McCormick under this agreement the U. S. would draw down forces to eighty six hundred in the next few months the remaining troops could withdraw in fourteen months but a lot of it depends on the Taliban meeting its commitments to prevent terrorism and talk to the Afghan government administration officials are repeatedly warning that this will be a very difficult process not long after school rotavirus news conference president trump was back in politics in nearby Maryland this is CBS news you can listen to.

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"barden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"barden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Of Barden South Carolina victory billionaire businessman Tom Steiner about out I said if I didn't see a path to winning that I'd suspend my campaign and honestly I can't see a path where I can win the presidency widen the readjusted and democratic field I'm just a couple of days before the so called super Tuesday of multiple primaries all the latest on the corona virus there is a state of emergency in the state of Washington following the first corona virus death in the nation there a man in his fifties who had underlying health conditions but no history of travel or contact with unknown coronavirus case the older Washington reacted quickly even as officials report the first American death president trump insists there's no reason to panic if you're healthy you will probably have go through a process and and you'll be fine Dr Anthony Fauci the government's leading expert on infectious diseases says the vast majority of deaths from corona virus have been among elderly people or those with underlying medical conditions but found she says there will be one offs you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House after nearly two decades of war the U. S. in Afghanistan's Islamist Taliban group have signed a deal aimed at ending the US presence there CBS news correspondent Kerry McCormack under this agreement the U. S. would draw down forces to eighty six hundred in the next few months the remaining troops could withdraw in fourteen months but a lot of this depends on the Taliban meeting its commitments to prevent terrorism and talk to the Afghan government administration officials are repeatedly warning that this will be a very difficult process not long after school owner virus news conference president trump.

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How the Democratic candidates fared in South Carolina debate

The McLaughlin Group

02:21 min | 9 months ago

How the Democratic candidates fared in South Carolina debate

"I'm hearing my name mentioned a little bit tonight Bernie democratic presidential hopefuls belief they could undermine front runner Bernie Sanders well they must be disappointed debating this week before Saturday South Carolina primary Sanders faced attacks from across the stage but the polls suggest he's come out unscathed well Joe Biden seems to have retained his lead in South Carolina Sanders shows leads in most of the fourteen states holding primaries this coming super Tuesday I don't know what happens if any sound is when say twelve of the fourteen states on super Tuesday is that why you called I'm not up to super Tuesday yet I'm looking at South Carolina on anticipating a win by Joe Biden and Joe Biden gets to fight another day much of the Democratic Party is an easy about Bernie Sanders and if you add his vote totals he looks like a thirty five or forty percent candidate which means there's fifty five or sixty percent against him the party has to winnow down I imagine some of the candidates will be gone I think we're looking at the three days you know Bernie Biden and Bloomberg and I think Bloomberg is the unknown quantity I mean he actually we see that in the earlier segment that he he has an opening to display his mayoral competence in the wake of a of a crisis but we don't know whether his ads and they're terrific assets whether they are going to turn into votes so if if Biden emerges we could have a fight between you know Biden and Bloomberg I think that's what the governor's basically right here Barden has got to win South Carolina and win it big and get some momentum going in to carry some of those states on super Tuesday you wonder if you will we are going to find out about Bloomberg what you get for five hundred million dollars and two lousy debate performances what you mean when you talk about the six it was better and that's right we'll talk about the Bernie Goetz thirty five or forty percent of those two going to get sick well I think a lot of these candidates like Amy and P. and bar style may not reach the fifteen percent threshold I think it's a party Wednesday we're gonna know if Bernie Sanders as a prohibited prohibitive lead that really cannot be

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HIV/AIDS epidemic: HIV survey report unveiled

BBC World Service

03:53 min | 10 months ago

HIV/AIDS epidemic: HIV survey report unveiled

"But we are now going to go I believe he's to Kenya that is correct we're gonna go to Kenya has it made any strides in tackling HIV well according to a survey by the Kenya population based HIV impact assessment it has it says the prevalence of HIV is dropped from five point six to four point nine percent the survey was conducted across forty seven countries and found that one point three million adults was still living with HIV in Kenya Dr Duncan check it is the project director and he joins us now from the capital Nairobi welcome to Newsday tell us then about this survey it sounds pretty comprehensive forty seven countries what what did you find in Kenya thank you bottom so we did the server in twenty eighteen and we got a couple of remarkable things one the Barden of HIV stands at four point nine percent correct it's coming down from five point six percent of five or six years ago and the burden of HIV is about one point three million people living with HIV in Kenya I think what's quite interesting about it does that can you had managed to bring down the rate of new infections from zero point five percent a hundred and six thousand people six years ago to currently thirty six thousand people what represents zero point one four percent so I think it is doing quite remarkably on that and lastly in terms of controlling the epidemic a lot of more people have been put on HIV treatment and now about ninety ninety two percent of adults I affected really controlling the virus which means this reduced chance of them transmitting the virus to others thank you so it's people who have already been diagnosed with HIV on treatments is that what you're reading is is stopping the increase that's correct I mean it's a it's a combination of a lot of different efforts are from preventing infection to controlling those already infected to reduce the chances of transmission so it's a multi pronged approach and and that's been the outcome of it and and to stop infection in the first place how successful is that sense of things I would say quite successful I'm given that Canada has managed to reduce a new infections by you know approximately eighty or ninety thousand new people every year since six years ago I I would say that's been quite a remarkable reduction in new infections but all the same thirty eight thirty six thousand people are getting infected every year a soul I clearly to control the epidemic we still have to bring that number down further the report also quote worriedly into into tasers twice as many women living with HIV why is that that's correct one I I have to say it's not you need just to kind it's also happening in a couple of other similar service I've been down that throughout the region of sub Saharan Africa the reasons could be several fold from biologic from the fact that for example men who are circumcised a reduced chance of acquisition but of course for women that's that's not a possibility and and also from the fact that you know there's different gender norms of social norms and empowerment of women to be able to say you know when they want to use a condom when they want to you know use adventure and I also a pro HIV they might not have that really the power of the social empowerment to be able to do that so it's really a combination of different aspects and and as well as a cultural practice stepped over time have led to quite you are now a double the rate of infections in women compared to men good to talk to doctor Duncan take a project director of that HIV impact assessment project in

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"barden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

09:50 min | 10 months ago

"barden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This is how the Barden county fire department celebrates a hero five year old noble woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning for sure scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that we know what jumped into action what did you do at our house my name is he got lily and their dog to safety by climbing out a window then ran to a neighbor's house to get help rescue in the rest of his family still inside the Kingston Georgia home they were sleep at the time I had no idea the house from fire service quicken brave acts of say the entire family I always wanted to be a superhero but now he says he wants to be a police officer are you happy everyone's okay yeah news of no was her roads have reached the governor's office in Georgia he is actually being invited with his family down to the state capitol where the Senate will honor him for his bravery very soon this is CBS news radio CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman and your C. E. O. radio word for the day is share wrapped in French it means a cart chariot giant and we're working on major projects to try to get a consensus among the various stakeholders designers like Chris height at the Florida based landscape architecture firm Dicks heightened partners often do Sharett designers think of it as putting up your best idea and then throwing it into the cart as it passes by you start with nothing blank piece of paper all the background information all the stakeholders input and then you draw in front of the stakeholders or they go away for a few hours they come back in it on the wall they throw out thoughts and ideas and it gets you to a point where there's consensus around the design direction now rewarding is it to have that first design concept putting something up on the wall and saying what you think about this yet you know the whole process kind of informs where the design is going to go and then it's kind of fun to be the conduit through which the design happens there's an entire sure read full of CEO radio with radio dot com I'm ray Hoffman the reputation of the justice department is in question as Attorney General William Barr faces accusations he was influenced by president trump to intervene in the Roger stone case last week bar stepped in to reduce the sentencing recommendation for the former trump campaign adviser this came after the president criticized the original recommendations on Twitter all for prosecutors in the case have since resigned in protest bar is also pushing for a lighter sentence for the president's former national security adviser Michael Flynn in twenty seventeen Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI but he has since complained he was misled during his questioning Democrats and some former justice department officials are now calling on bar to resign the Attorney General has pushed back on claims he was influenced but has urged the president to stop tweeting here's what Barr said in and interview Thursday public statements and tweaks made about the department a bad or people in the department are our men and women here about cases pending in the department at about judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job to make sure the court and the prosecutors in the in the department that we're doing our work with integrity Mr trump responded on Twitter by first quoting the Attorney General saying the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case but he added this doesn't mean that I do not have as president the legal right to do so Molly Hooper is a CVS and political contributor she joins me now from Washington Molly there is new fallout over the Roger stone case more than eleven hundred former DOJ official signed a letter Sunday calling for bars resignation what does that signal about the reputation of the justice department well that's a good question and I think that in terms of of what I cover Congress is going to be looking into this they already have bill Barr coming up in front of the the house Judiciary Committee at the end of March to discuss to discuss these recent revelations and you know perhaps we'll see the Senate Judiciary Committee get involved among clear on that at this point but really it is something that Congress is concerned about especially when you have you know some Democrats calling for yes what impeachment again but this time of William Barr so we shall see it just it looks like bill Maher's trying to take steps to alleviate any of those concerns by you know in that interview that was that was broadcast on Thursday the B. C. but at the same time it's unclear how this is going to impact the effectual is working at the DOJ what is cpars job at stake you know I think it depends on when you ask that question but keep in mind meaning what time of the year and what's going on politically you keep in mind that if bill Barr if the president decides to remove bill Barr the problem will be who's going to replace him with so again it's not just a matter of you know what's going on with the president it's also what's happening in terms of people like Mitch McConnell what what the president's hearing from Mitch McConnell because the carnal does not want to lose his status as Majority Leader and he has a number of Republicans up for reelection in the Senate who are no longer able states and again third president trump we'll see but even last week Mitch McConnell said maybe he should listen to William Barr and quick tweeting what is the latest on the relationship between the president and his Attorney General well it's so that they're certainly mixed reporting about this because I've heard in some circles well maybe this is something that the president signed off on to give bill Barr a little bit of breathing room because he really is getting hit hard by Democrats on Capitol Hill especially on the house side Annette hearing that's coming up at the end of March is not going to be fun for William Barr he's going to get a lot of questions on his his his explanation of the milk Mahler report how you describe it initially he's also going to face pushed back on the Roger stone all these other issues that have come out in addition to assigning new councils are outside counsel to look into cases that Ms investigations of already sort of been you know front and the purpose is closed so he's going to get a lot of heat by those Democrats and the this recent you know interview on Thursday with ABC's sort of gives like I said William bar a little bit of breathing room to sort of you know what Democrats cool off can not feed into this these calls to impeach him what's on Twitter at CBS radio it's the new family car this is Jeff to work with the Kerr chronicles test drive that was the impression I had after a week in the Chevy equinox the compact utility segment is now the heart of the market and the equinox feels just right starting price of the low twenties but they let me try out a fully loaded premier tram that pushed forty now for that money it was fully loaded with a very nice interior he even had a relatively rule be heated rear seats driving dynamics are pretty nice it's quiet with a pretty decent audio system my complaints are minor like maybe the wireless charging area should be covered sure the sequel ox is the definition of a twenty first century family vehicle let's give it a full five stars with the car chronicles test drive I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news only radio news apps for breaking news CBS news radio the head of the World Health Organization said that it was impossible to predict which direction this corona virus now named Kovin nineteen will take the death toll around the world stands at over one thousand six hundred and sixty efforts are underway in Yokohama Japan to evacuate Americans from the diamond princess cruise ship CBS news foreign correspondent Deborah pata is at the scene it was supposed to be a see the cruise around Asia instead all passengers of scene for more than a week on medical staff in hazmat suits the diamond princess is being quarantine here in Yokohama for nearly ten days now not for many of the nearly four hundred Americans on board that ends today they pack their bags ready to go home the situation on board deteriorated this weekend with more than three hundred and fifty confirmed infections all of those over fourteen are Americans buses started arriving at the harbor area today and have taken the U. S. citizens to Haneda airport in Tokyo they will fly out to the early hours of the morning local time passengers who show any symptoms of the corona virus will not be allowed to fly but there's a catch once home everyone evacuated from the ship would have to undergo another fourteen days of quarantine in the U. eight Han China the crisis in the center increasingly draconian methods are being used to contain the virus the front door of the family suspected of being infected is welded shot here emergency workers spray disinfectant inside offices as workers just sit at their computers China has been criticized for its lack of transparency in the initial stages of the outbreak but it's hope that'll change with the arrival in Beijing of a multinational team of experts from.

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Boy who saved his family is honored by fire department

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Boy who saved his family is honored by fire department

"Of five year old boy from Georgia being hailed a hero for saving his family from my house fire this is how the Barden county fire department celebrates a hero five year old noble woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning or she scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that we know

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5-year-old saves family in house fire

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

5-year-old saves family in house fire

"Of five year old boy from Georgia being hailed a hero for saving his family from my house fire this is how the Barden county fire department celebrates a hero five year old noble woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning Porsches scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that we know

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5-year-old saves sister and dog from house fire

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

5-year-old saves sister and dog from house fire

"Five year old boy from Georgia being hailed as a hero for saving his family from a house fire this is how the Barden county fire department celebrates a hero five year old noble woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning or she's scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that we know what jumped into action what did you do yeah the house my name is he got lily and their dog to safety by climbing out a window then ran

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Caucus chaos in Iowa

Between The Lines

06:31 min | 10 months ago

Caucus chaos in Iowa

"But first the United States before Americans cast votes for president in November election. The Democrats have to decide who I should nominate their party in the rice against President Donald Trump. Now that happens in fifty states and territories through voting contests called primaries and caucuses. The first race was this week in Iowa and there were at least for two. Is No results extrordinary. There was outright confusion as democratic critic officials sodded quality control if it's to say this is caused democratic anxiety. It's an understatement night. The Arnie the Democrats have spent more than three years questioning the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election yet now I see the legitimacy of their own democratic process questioned well for more on Iowa and what it means for the shape of US foreign policy. Let's turn to our panel. Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington and a former special assistant to President Role Reagan Doug happy to be on Garon. A good cheek is a lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney Sydney and the United States study said. Welcome back to our anger on pretty till we hear. Let's start with this fiasco in Iowa. What did you make of it? Doug Oh it's a disaster aster for the Democratic Party. It's embarrassing. It's an embarrassment for the United States as well and frankly it's a victory for Donald Trump. It allows him to make jokes about the the Democrats across. It makes it very difficult for them to be taken seriously and it creates conspiracy theories within the Democratic Party. It's very bad all around. We're talking about conspiracy theories series momentum appears to be with Bernie Sanders. He's the socialist anti-establishment candidate looks like he's more or less running on power with a Buddha Zhai the former mayor in Indiana but he's over now to win New Hampshire in February but his supporters. Garon I think the party establishment is trying to block. They candidate plausible. Well they saw goes back to two thousand sixteen when we saw really heated primaries raise between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rick Clinton. We all know how that went end. for a pretty substantial probably portion of Bernie Sanders supporters. This is basically a chance to do the right thing. Now that in two thousand sixteen. They didn't get the result that they wanted so obviously any sort of kind of of issues with with any of the primaries for them will be seen probably probably as a Democratic National Committee's way of Preventing Bernie Sanders from winning the party nomination at the same in time the establishment candidate jibe on the former vice president distant fourth easy damaged goods. Doug Bandow always very damaged. You'll the he's a two term vice president he was in the US Senate for many years. He's someone who has been tabbed as the front runner. He's leading the national polls. You know it's one thing to come. I'm in second you know. I was an odd status. In agricultural status moment western state is really not representative but to come in fourth behind the to Progressive Zan. Dan Buddha gauge is I think extremely damaging. He's moving on to New Hampshire. Where in fact he is behind in the polls you know if he loses both of these you go down to South Carolina the end of the month? You know he's only five points ahead in the last poll if he loses that he has real problems then the conceivable that the other establishment candidate Mark Bloomberg. He's the billionaire former New York. May He's the big unknown he now. It seems wisely was not on the ballot in Iowa but he supported early success for Sanders as beneficial for Bloomberg wagering that it will. You know. Forced moderates lock Barden Buddha Jai to drop out along the way and clear wife or a light swing to Bloomberg grandma so the theory goes and obviously when things come through to be tested in practice we we shall see what what happens. Especially after Super Tuesday but there is this certainly a theory. That really is Biden. Dwindles this leave space. Space for Bloomberg any specially if it comes to Wisconsin in July for the Democratic National Convention and if there is a number of contenders still there is no one would majority there. Might be someone. With plurality Mike Bloomberg could certainly emerge as a kingmaker and and maybe this is the sort of strategy that his companions and that my explain Doug that after this Iowa debacle. He Bloomberg's doubling down on his advertising tossing Spain. But how does he support. Actually Rahm Bloomberg is. I think we'll have trouble getting a lot of personal support on the other hand. He may be seen as the best alternative live. You know somebody who is more centrist orientation. He's smart he's presentable and he has a lot of money he can match any spending from Donald Trump. The problem is he's run as a Republican before he's Kinda cold fish. He's not very personable. He has problems as a candidate. But again word a different world and for Democrats if you're looking for an alternative to the progressives if you're scared of the idea of a millionaire socialist you're representing your party Bloomberg might be the guy in July or he can be the guy to anoint. The person who gets now you've had dealings with Bloomberg. What's the nature of your of your dealings with? The Bloomberg was a couple of years ago bringing in foreign policy people to argue issues. I mean in many ways. It was quite impressive. He sat with us out Bloomberg along with yet a foreign policy adviser and he brought three of us in in my case to talk about Syria. The man is clearly well informed. He understands issues. He's smart. He's engaged. He was down to Earth. The problem is from his standpoint. I think being a presidential candidate is typically ebbing smartening in. That sense doesn't really get you a lot of votes in a way. That being personable empathizing these sorts of things. And he's not really that kind of a character but I was impressed impressed with him. He struck me as somebody who is competent. Who If as president he could very well do a good job depending on what you thought of him on the issues? So I think he'll he. He will make a mark doc in this race. He's a smart guy who's willing to spend tens of millions of dollars you can't ignore. My guests are dot band out from the institute in Washington and Gerona Good. She's from the University of Sydney and the US study center

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Trump jokes about impeachment probe at annual turkey pardon

The Glenn Beck Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Trump jokes about impeachment probe at annual turkey pardon

"President trump conducting the annual Turkey pardon in a ceremony at the White House two candidates competing for the title of national thanksgiving Turkey bread and butter the male birds from a farm in Clinton owned by William Terry Jackson they attended the event president joking about the impeachment inquiry thankfully a bread and butter have been specially raised by the Jacksons to remain calm under any condition which will be very important because they've already received subpoenas to appear in Adam ships basement on Thursday the Barden turkeys will now officially retire at

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"barden" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"barden" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Flavored ones I'm in Africa if I can not buy was out there on the solution. I mean something like I really like a cigarette the governor had signed the band to keep kids from getting addicted to Easter eggs debating industry calls a governmental over reach al Jones ten ten wins on the Upper West Side in New Jersey governor Murphy announced the recommendations from his state so called electronic smoking device task force which included a call to restrict online E. CIGS sales and ban all flavored vapes including menthol the task force report also calls for increasing the penalties against retailers who knowingly sell electronic cigarettes and vaping supplies and tobacco to an under age individual including penalties against specific employees who do sell menopause he'll have some advice for former mayor turned president trump's personal journey Rudolph guiliani according to the Daily News the blouse your says Giuliani should step away while the Stephens good the blouse yes it every time Giuliani opens his mouth he called digs the hole deeper president trump says that both Ukraine and China should investigate Joe Biden and his son the Barden campaign is pushing back. correspondent our lead signs reads a statement from the Biden campaign what Donald Trump just sat on the south lawn of the White House was this election's equivalent of his infamous Russia if you're listening moment from twenty sixteen a grotesque choice of lies over truth and self over country the White House itself has admitted that Donald Trump try to bully a foreign country and a line about the domestic opponent he's afraid to look in the eye next November and she goes on to say now with his administration in free fall Donald Trump is flailing and melting down on national television vision desperately cuts clutching for conspiracy theories that have not been de bont and dismissed by independent credible news organizations they added Donald Trump is terrified the Joe Biden will beat him like a drum. from sent out a tweet a few hours ago called we are simultaneously fighting the fake news media and their partner the Democrat party always tough to beat the price but people are beginning to see how totally corrupt they are and it makes our job a whole lot easier mon twelve. winds news time twelve fifty one from the ram trucks traffic.

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Texas man gives 4 minute statement before execution

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Texas man gives 4 minute statement before execution

"Sixteen years of fort worth killer is going to his own death in Huntsville tonight two elderly women were brutally murdered in their fort worth homes sixty four year old Billy Crutzen Jr stab an eighty nine year old mother and seventy one year old daughter to death in two thousand three he was homeless he offered to do odd jobs around their house but murdered the pair when he realized they didn't have enough to pay him he then stole one of their cars and credit cards and was arrested three days later the Barden Galveston prison spokesman Robert her says crash injures last statement was four minutes long all. orders and he did not apologize for his crime the execution marked the fifth of the year in Texas barber shorts newsradio ten eighty K.

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"barden" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"barden" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Energy. I need to give you the first story which is premium bit of news. You know it's not necessarily business. Where's the from it's from paychecks? Ouzo must be about someone super glamorous super glamorous super perfect beautiful and thin. Yes I agree. INSTAGRAM's are putting ashtrays celebrates I on toast with the cast of southern charm. Oh my God I can't believe my parties in paychecks like that that that is actually the telltale sign of a good party. Yeah it is and I know we probably would say this. No matter how I'm tearing up because it was such a beautiful night it really was but you need to call okay. We would say this no matter how the Party shakeout cause we love our friends family and like the greatest really do but it really was the place to be in New York last night. You know like it was the happening spot. We had housewives reality stars models singers popstars comedians counselors counselors verse Campers Campers Guests Including Houses of New Jersey Star Margaret Joseph's sipped on signature cocktails including spicy clutter Rita while account onto the single's release midnight played on a projector quote southern charm starship Rose Creek convert Catherine Dennis and Austin crawl also attended after filming. The Bravo shows season six reunion crawls on again off again Madison Lacroix who made headlines when she accused Rosen getting Danny Barden as T._d.. which rose denied was also at the party? Danny Bard was there and I've never met her and I just don't know why I have the the same way I assume people like no way. I'm like especially when your party so I stopped having I gave her to check yourself. Catherine and I give 'em kidding because it is your heart you do. You need to check myself. In general I I saw Catherine I gave her a hug and she was there with Danny and like I just gave a huge hug and we're gonNA take a picture like I was being so annoying and she a one hundred percent like I've no idea who else and that's fair for Danny. She's never met US before. She wasn't knows ever okay so she's never done a reunion then because every time they have a reunion when we go out with them Oh the thing they always said it's three years in a row. It is because it's so funny. It's like every time I'm like Oh. That was fun. I never happened again totally Woah but this time was bigger and better than ever by the way Madison Lacroix said something so cute well not cute. Actually I was talking to her and all sin and she was being like Super Weird and Chai and awesome awesome was like maxim things. You don't like her and I'm like what and honestly I don't. You're like really like a southern Charm Stan like I just dabble in and out did it is I don't I don't recall. I only say she hasn't really been in the thick of it until this week but I came up with a good answer ready. I'm like no you know what it is. It's like being such starter. I was like you know I'm just like really offensive shop and like I just like the Tel do what he tells me and like he just doesn't like you so I just like listen to him but but that's how I was thinking about it last night because I don't know it was just talking to the retirement you like I I really love them. Also when it hurts me and I really have so far been T- Madison even when trump was here and he was explaining why they aren't a fit I feel like we're not being told the whole story because based on everything they're saying there's no reason why everyone should be so inviting Madison in an awesome. You know so that's I just feel like I don't know everything and therefore until I have all the information I really like Madison and so cute like I'd love shoe so cute. She's like back Thirty Times cuter and personally cuteness doesn't emulate on T._v.. Sean so petite yeah and I liked her relationship with Catherine. Now we know she is a single mom which makes more sense as to why her awesome might not be a fit because he has partying like if you're gonNA come home to her son and she just like can't be flexible about that group so I'm really enjoying her on the show and and even though what she said was definitely crossed the line below the belt about the tedium she went toe to toe with shop and I love ship but like you have to be able to play the game game play the game shoot out as much which specifically media you will get committee A- and die so that was really crazy and she could have said if she really wanted to like dig at him like I heard you gave a girl committee like she didn't have to bring Danny into it right but you know hindsight's twenty twenty so anyways the sound I'm like a great party and like for everyone that was there and especially this girl in her big arms taking a girl. That's me by the way she looks like. We're talking about swirls like this look how big I do have to tell you I did face you in myself. Thus making you a little larger Oh really I didn't think people would really see you wearing a sea the of people but I realized that was selfish and I'm sorry I don't care. I'm just glad I don't actually look like you actually look like super cheap but like I needed to take some inches off my way. It's totally fine because it's really not about got me in this picture. I'm glad you agree yeah. Even though everyone else is kind of faceless and I'm just like you're there jerry. I'm really impressed with page. Six is ability to really know what quote parties we're going on last night and to really just get the hard hitting news and it really was interests on. I Guess Madison Nauseating are together doesn't mean we were getting spoilers and I don't want to spoil it for anyone but it's sad it's always late but it sounded like a good one yeah and they all looked so exhausted like it was like it was a treacherous day for them. Yeah it is the treasurer safe for a lot of us but we wouldn't want to be anywhere else mainly there about this night for a long time and honestly I feel party coming on. Should we go back out. No Oh my God I need to get back in bed. I have literally the worst headache ever and my body is fatigued. Af I understand you can get get used to it and they come up with some Corio. You know I was thinking that like smooths that we could all do next hoedown throwdown. We're like the next bad romance you know. Oh totally you know what I'll take a elite on that job Nick's story a little more time in your life when you love dancing like he wanted to be Russia. I didn't want to be Iraq head. I've always loved dancing but when your kid like it's normal to like take dance class did you did you took a really serious like took. It really serious well. We we took all the same classes bear. When I went to Camp Tampa we took dance class and then they made like an elite squad of dancers and they made the tea known as a special dense? She'll dancing housing unit and I was like really crazy because I had like no property. It's like being on the gymnastics team when like you've never done a code like it was everything is beyond. The coach of special dancing was a former rock was a former racket so I was just like inspired by her inspires. So many people always ask them. I got when I was in France fan site and we were going all these clubs. I could not stop dancing Frenchman he was sitting with his son and his wife and I saw them watching me dance and he came up to me after he was like in his French accent. He's like it is a joy to watch dance. I was like I think that's a nice thing. Anyone's ever to dream it. Would it was a dream for me to destroy them. Such a nice compliment yeah literally ever said that to me or even remotely. It's like they're going to be like you get that. In there will be the subject I could see that girl but there they would say. Can you get on staging. Well now one eight six. I like your song could be big in like a visa. It's definitely like a club. You should send it to Paris I did did she give you any feedback <hes> I just said I don't know if she's listening to it yet but I did and I really toying with the idea of having her remix said she would do it. I would be very grateful. Honestly it would be a dream for the D._J.. Who Does remix it because like we said it really is a BOP BOP Susan Okay Next Story Stasi shorter Clark celebrate engagement with vendor pump roles was cast sassine bow our engage engage in a cemetery Kertzman af when I saw it on my on my screen like I looked at it for four seconds before for I realized what it was it was an interesting announcement? Low Key is how very very lucky and I she extra but I just love them. I'm so happy for them and when I think of like all of these dated like I feel like I know her because like I watch your show every day since the beginning of time. I'm just like I feel like I feel like I've been on this journey and I'm just so happy where she landed. Also I feel like her and also Naomi. They had this thing where they don't think they're good enough for these men that they're dating yeah and I'm glad I hope now. She can relax because she's engaging. You don't have to like put on anymore and it's like everyone was moving into houses but I think they wanted to get engaged before like now. I wonder if they're gonNA move into a house but also she she had a nicer apartment than the rest of the country but like when all your friends have houses like you just want a house yeah I do one house every day Make one in a trash can outside like Bernie feeling laying Halloween over her raise beautiful yeah from Bos- side of the I think it's both grandma that so her to have a vintage ring and like not you know she's very into that. Oh my God. I didn't realize that that is really cool and I mean the most interesting factoid about the whole engagement like it was beautiful. They went to Lisa Trump's house. Chris doty was nowhere to be found stuffed. L. C. Doesn't follow up question on instagram anymore and I've heard that a bunch of the season is Chris and having fallen having a falling out with Stacey and Katie that makes me upset because kristen took a chance on like she she was the one who brought back into the fold and it's like I finally came around on Kristen when for seasons I was like don't be friends with her and now they're friends with her when I want them to be friends though I am like so one hundred percent of Christian toady supporter she's literally never not been anything but so fucking nice to me. I love her so much. She's a good time to I'm saddened by this and I thought maybe listener problems just being being an absolute bitch not letting Chris into her house because of their history for sure but now it looks like saucy didn't invite her not Lisa Yeah and even if Kristen couldn't be invited she might have just posted like congrats to my friends. Maybe she didn't say she had like something. She had to go to jury duty. She still would have posted congrats to my friends. There was something Amiss but I'm curious about the timeline one of the season because I feel like they would normally end with a wedding but it's a bit Jackson Bernie married then Tom and Katie and now engagement. Where do you think the season ends? He's in a few weeks or maybe with this engagement party at Lisa's film longer actually but they started earlier because the wedding I do okay so it will be a great season that means we'll get it earlier. Hopefully so many Sim close for the vendor proposals families so many symptoms. They're all really figuring out except like now with every season. That's like a wedding. It's kind of annoying how they're like staggering. I don't WANNA watch a wedding every preseason. That's so much engagement. Every season meet my bridesmaids every season on Randall. They're getting married off camera that yeah they have a date though I I love them love them. 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"barden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"barden" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Week we had an act to audition on this program to a girl singer is trying out for a sustaining spot on NBC's blue network the young ladies were James Lipton and and friend thing neither of them had previously song on NBC their try out was introduced by Robert De button assistant manager of the NBC blue network the program barred heard the try out last week and here's Bob button back again to tell us the verdict Bob what was the verdict of the program bought well Graham Billy help the manager of the blue network and the rest of the Barden like both of the girls however as far as miss Francine was concerned Billy and he is the court of last resort felt that as good as she is the blue network already has a number of singers of her type being presented to the public therefore he thought that it would not be advisable to give her a sustaining spot at this time the better at some later date well how about James Lipton the only in the rest of the board like to miss Clifton and what she did but she only sang one song they wish to hear her in a couple of other numbers to see if you can put over a variety of song so the program barter going to re audition her shortly and if she proved she can put over other types of numbers as well will she be presented on a sustaining spot very possibly thank you Bob button thanks a lot for the information and for your cooperation behind the Mike Zulu to program you love we are ready believe the radio has a tradition of which it can well be proud tradition of good programs that linger fondly in our memory and so each week we bring you a star are a part of a program you used to hear a program you love this.

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"barden" Discussed on en(gender)ed

en(gender)ed

14:50 min | 1 year ago

"barden" Discussed on en(gender)ed

"Participate in being victimized. And so I saw an Email yesterday that the Bill or this portion of the Bill was defeated. And so I wanted to get your feedback on what your original thoughts were because we started the conversation with the expectation talking about reproductive freedom, and for me, we productive freedom, reproductive choice is reproductive, Justice and intricately related, of course, gender Justice. And so this is a very, very I think, complicated issue that calls into play so many different things. And the way that it was described in this letter. And petition opposing the Bill. In some ways simplify the issue. But I know that it's so complicated. I want to give you a platform to respond sure. I read what these women had written in their response to the governor, support of the Bill and I, I can't imagine what it's like for some of the women bay reference like the women who the surrogate who was pregnant with twins and the twins. And the woman who was pregnant with them died. And I know that there's, you know, horrible cases like the woman who was pregnant with triplets in the has been wanted to reduce, and she had to go to court, and these are horrific cases I acknowledged that those things do happen. And I don't want to minimize them, but at the same time by legalising surrogacy. It really does help those who are so desperate to have a child and what people don't understand is sometimes a woman who is trying to have a child. May be able to produce. Good eggs, and her husband, has great sperm, and they're able to make a great embryo, but she can't carry the baby in the only way to have child is for another woman to carry that, baby. And when you've worked so hard and spend all this time in one a child, so desperately, you're willing to go to those lanes. And right now because New York does not legalize it people are now having to add to the cost burden and the stress and traveled to other states to be able to have that child. So, so that's one as far as the surrogates, in my understanding, and I've spoken to resolve the advocacy organization for infertility as well as in reproductive endocrinologist, and they also support supported governor Cuomo, and as far as some of the women that you had referenced and some of the issues that they may face might understanding is when you are hiring surrogate there. There is a lot of testing that's being done. And a lot of information gathering before that person is a surrogate, I have not seen circumstances where someone is being taken advantage of. So I can't I can't speak to that. I'm not saying didn't ever happen. But in fact, I know people who I myself included, I would love to be a surrogate, but I'm too old. And I think there's a lot of women out there that were not spoken about in that paper, who would love to be a surrogate, and they want to help other women. And so I don't understand how the Bill would affect women of color, or women who are disadvantaged in some way, I can't see it. And maybe there is something that I'm not understanding, but I've only seen the other side of it, which is all of the research and discussions with these women that happened before they're even allowed to carry that child. And I think I'm not in a position either to have an opinion. So I, I will include in our episode of links to the American society for reproductive medicine has an ethics committee opinions on all of these issues, and they address for example, misconduct and third party assisted production, which probably is one of the gaps in the system in which assessment for eligibility is loose or not enforced, and actually allows people who are, economically disadvantaged or otherwise to fall through the cracks. And there are other issues to the top of the line issue, here is the consideration of the station will carrier. So will include these links, but there were just when I looked at the list of people who signed on opposing governor Cuomo's bills, or list of very famous feminist, including events, learn Gloria Steinem and all the famous one is you can imagine. So. It would be interesting to have a deeper dive. This also goes back to the idea of you mentioned earlier. You don't wanna boil an ocean now but one of the eventual services or needs that you would like to address is preserving for Tilleke and for me. I think in my own work in this podcast in advocacy to end violence against women. I've come over the decades to the conclusion that part of preserving ones for Tilleke is also having choice and being aware of those choices as a young woman is early as possible, but not having those choices in a way that is based on fear or lack of options like the conversations that I had, when I was younger where relatives said to me, if you're going to pursue graduate school, and you're not gonna focus on finding a partner, you're not going to have a child. Right. You know, or as if it's one of those one of the other and. Terms of for Tilleke that was certainly the case that was around the time that I didn't need to be hyper vigilant about my for Tilleke, but had I thought about this as a college student, for example, and planning out a career, or considering certain career choices, I would have included in that option now advising young women considering freezing, your eggs, or I would also advise, not necessarily choosing to pursue a romantic partnership, and potentially being a parent at the same time and, or necessarily with the same person if at all, and considering single-parenthood, which I know I'm sure is very controversial for a lot of people in our government, who are trying to limit or restrict our reproductive freedom. But those are things that I personally have come to think are really important part of the conversation. And I'm wondering if that might have a place those areas that I just mentioned might have a place. Also infertility for me. Would you actually be going to a younger audience and going to schools? And talking about these is options. We would love to and one thing I will say is what's been great ad mentioned before partnerships. So there's several organizations out there that are through different methods tackling the younger folks, for example. There's the at home testing for your hormonal levels through modern fertility and that's great, but that doesn't do all the testing that's needed. But at least, you know, educate people if they want to do it at home, especially if their insurance doesn't cover it to be able to get an idea of where their levels are at just to give them a semblance of what might be ahead. Then there's a lot of these companies popping up around egg freezing, what I will say, though, around choice is what I'd like to. Add to that is not looking at it as just options, but also making sure that one is informed of those choices. So, for example, like when I mentioned with modern fertility great tool you can do the testing at home. One check of your insurance covers the testing because if they do go to your obesity, Wyan, if not it may be more cost effective to use this tool to, if you don't want to go to your doctor, and he'd rather do it at home. Great, do it at home. But also, that's not the only testing that needs to be done to better understand your fragility with egg freezing. For example, if you freeze an egg versus an embryo, the embryo, actually is more effective than the egg, additional you can't test equality, only embryo quality. And so, unfortunately, with freezing the egg one, it's not as good as an embryo. And to you don't know if it's effective now, I know that people are reporting per child, you want you should freeze ten x one child. 10x to child twenty eggs. But I will caution that there are plenty of people that we have interviewed where they have many, many, many eggs and either some of them fertilize, and none of them are great embryos, none. Fertilize. So it's, it's not a guarantee it is an insurance policy, and I think it's important for people to know that as they make choices but, you know choices are there, but the information around us choices also critical. Yeah, I totally agree with that. And I think just to sort of clarify some of the comments just made, I think it's important for us to see being informed in making these choices as a lifestyle, change and culture range. Because you're planning for your future, as a young woman, you know, Andrew Young man like a young man may wanna have a child and may not have to may not be looking for a female partner, Sutter. And so these are things that will involve thinking about if you're gonna be eating organically, you know, what kind of sacrifices you may need to make in your life. I naturally and where you're gonna live like you said, if the access to these medical care facilities are along the coast, that's something to plan for as well. But I think on a larger scale it also addresses, how we think about families and the laws. Would then need to be adjusted to make sure that all of these different kinds of non traditional so to speak families are going to get the support that they need and the children that are coming out of these situations are going to grow up with equal access to the media and, or the attention and, or the familial support that they would get in other wise traditional nuclear families, and I think that's really important. Because even now you don't see, for example, foster care, children, or stepchildren in children's books depicted. Right. So there's a little bit of I think I've e f but not so much. But then the more these things become a primary choice. I think the more important is for us to celebrate and embrace these differences. No. Absolutely. And you can see now why we're trying to be. So. Oh, laser focused because there is so much that needs to be done. And what's great is the market is defining itself, when there's so many players coming in their successful. They're making noise people talking about fertility their Sony campaigns out there. I say, let's have it in let's all work together and really make this emission to, to help everyone achieve their dreams and not waste time and money doing so. Something you hear a lot from survivors of domestic violence, when they are looking at all the reasons of whether to stay or leave their abusive relationship is the impact of culture and family on their decision. And there's this myth that. If I'm divorced. Or if I don't have a husband, I'm going to be less valued and, or the child will grow up, somehow with less than because there won't be this nuclear family to support the child's development and reinforced child status in society. And in my recent interviews, hopefully, I've done a little to search disabuse people of that notion that it's better to have a healthy environment than an unhealthy. One regardless of who the players are the people are, and so, this is something that I think is very important to our listeners into this overall topic of gender-based violence, as well because of the ways in which are definition of ourselves as women come into play, when we might be actually endanger or in harm's way and were allowing that definition to take higher precedence over our own safety. Absolutely. We're at the point of our conversation where we've come to the engendered questionnaire, a declaration of inside the actors studio questionnaire..

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"barden" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"barden" Discussed on KOMO

"Portland. Dallas Detroit and more than thirty six locations in Chicago alone, schools city halls libraries, medical centers, all receiving calls like this. The FBI was made aware as local police departments rushed to investigate. We also know that similar bomb threats were made across Canada. But again right now police are saying no credible threat flags flying at half. Staff in Connecticut marking the sixth anniversary of the sandy hook school shooting. Mark Barden lost his son Daniel that day. The train students. Those warning signs that are happening around. You're listening to ABC news. The state's high court says that would violate his right not to be tried twice for the same crime. Komo news time five oh. Four and time now for KOMO AAA traffic. Let's check in with Kierra good morning. Good morning. Greg edmondez? So we're working on to blocking problems right now. Leave cross.

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Waze looks to change lanes as home for carpoolers

Talking Tech

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Waze looks to change lanes as home for carpoolers

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. So if you're like me, you probably use the ways app all the time religiously to navigate your way through traffic and find the best route home. So consider me a little surprise that the CEO of the company recently said that the ways app that we all know and love will be very, very different in the coming years and taking on a whole new meaning. Let me fill you in on just what's going on with ways, and it's ambitious plans to connect the hundred million writers into carpool passengers on today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today so ways the app we use for navigation now wants to be the place for carpoolers to connect. Here's the exact quote from Nome Barden the CEO of the company quote. When you think about ways of few years from now, you will think about ways as the mobility platform that gets you to work, not only the platform that tells. As you which way to go unquote. So ways now has a tab in the app to connect carpoolers in California, Texas, Washington, state, Illinois, Nevada in Israel. You sign up putting your daily commute time and your location, and then a wait to hear from somebody else that might be going in the same direction for your efforts. You get to charge rent in the car for the ride fifty, four cents a mile, and you find your customers from ways IRS like you who live nearby. Now, this is not to be confused with carpooling efforts from ride hailing companies, lift lifting Uber with them, the lowest price fair is a shared ride, and the savings are usually pretty substantial a lot more than fifty four cents a mile though. What I like about carpooling with Lifton Uber is that drivers had to sign up to participate. They probably have a clean car. And for the most part, it's not a scary experience. But bringing a random stranger into your car, someone you met online is akin to picking up a hitchhiker. I guess the only difference is that you have their information available to you from within the app and us, you know where they live. I signed up this week for the carpool service. In hopes. Someone picks me up on the offer. My work commute is five miles, so I don't expect to get rich on the two dollars and fifty cents that I might pick up. No, I just want to report to you on the experience ways hopes it can make a real impact with this initiative. Get more cars off the road. We've seen how successful carpool lanes and cities have been at that. So no, that ways has quite the uphill battle here listeners. What do you think? Would you sign up for the car pool service? Are you ready to have me drive year round l. a. let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech, subscribe to the show on apple and Google podcasts. Please favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the shell. And as always thanks everyone for listening, talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Freestyle what have you got them obviously at this stage is a stage where you fund the next rollout so who have you got gave us some confidence company well this'll wiggle advises dc hey ch in with both side these guys have been volved in the last ones paint which is all phantom a massive they brilliant by five fantastic just everything when you look at out material everything that's come out they've all helped produce all of this and it's just professionally done we've got blondie on the pr behind ha i even regionally even ended up having a hundred and fifty thousand people in the telegram stuff we don't wait on the markets changed somewhat in i think most movie presell these days into things like that so we we want to do a huge public all free tool and for that reason you see the bonus actually come roy gam and you actually tell have project needs what if they're offering to oil buying this you actually austin wishing you skip you you know you don't get to get dumped on so you know when it releases and stuff like that is not that much of a arbitrage now without giving fifty one hundred percent barnes and they can come in with had some bruin of awesome is guys in in japan autos said we go into singapore on wednesday for the conference up there then we hit the rest of asia after that so so that's the strategic partners california clean energy fund day helping us in the us and we got some other people who coming on in the us who's a fantastic and that's from the okay and then in japan we're off to japan to noughts we'll we'll see the usual suspects the bigger players but on more extraordinary gates either some smaller players will japan small retailers three million coupla aw huge ause target america japan heartfully every time that in we're freestyle now is there anything else that we think we should come up you pretty well will actually cut fisher i as i said in the next two weeks we'll we'll be out there with the pre salads a product presell to begin with well how do we find out more towing on the tiller and community the united states telegram community will release everything there in the next couple of days joined the telegraph how did i join tillerson enough for it what's the the night it just taught the doc on the tiller w w nicey dot and you can see the wall you can come on one thing and then just being the one in nine more ever on the telegram no see face is the seat you get what what type of to throw a chicken what's going on it's a fantastic project a really really great team well it all the pain watching for quite some time i've seen bill around many different events i know bunch of the people that are involved highlevel investment points and there's a lot of credibility behind this project and i wish you all the best you can solve the problem that you're trying to solve it you have a good crockett dot and all the vested japan narrates thank you so much utah i'm bill cheese thanks goes off the trader cobb crypto podcast chikao treater cobb dot com because experience matters.

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"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Sort of thing and index tokens my point bang is you don't need to necessarily go well this one's better than the other is anytime market that has to be whether or not you'll the number one one is enough business to go round for everybody and he didn't explode for an area until just that look at just energy it's a one point five trillion dollar ma take one st jude it's as we said wiggled six hundred million customers that we can go out today and then you got all your new project again parallel fantastic going some of these we've also worked with me and my few places like that which brilliant the the full good projects which is also the other side that you can do all help to change the world mike it cleaner energy give people low energy faucet which is one of the biggest things that the mind what we get gals here in strasbourg huge market heat our story it's not a big market as far as the rest of the world to gripe vice to start i think you're starting to good area let's let's kick into the the actual business you're in the sale now increase all right let's talk about that why how does it talk invite me say you'll talking we don't let the wooding biz if you put your token terms and conditions the value from our sort of it is very simple it's just a single target and it's next tug and the advantage of that in this world thing the markets are changing much either tom i think it's absolutely brilliant is in our case it's very easy how many customers would we get on the platform how many uses will be there and we're doing a billion on titans making valuable they're selling them at saints from that way rising twenty odd millions i forty four percent to the public is what we're doing and a lot of the slogged up for partners and we al partners can get these if they prove how many users they build on the platform that's very storm aspect of what we're trying to do and then we say okay if we get four hundred thousand customers on these platforms which we think we can do in the strategy being with him as california clean energy becky in the us till is go out and find new noni on retailers noni audience who we get to told you people rina's media from everywhere to our whole what are you guys doing there in twenty two countries guide to japan did japan to not on the radar and seeing various strategic partners and guide them meet ups and stuff like that if we get these four hundred thousand well covers takes out phoenix is tokens which do not come back to market at these price so they can come people be up to sell those one backout is if across does gauri shy jeff so that's where we're going in for positive in crypto you talked about velocity might they such little stevie that the way it set up easing the price would have to appreciate these guys to be up to fill out once who will hold it because it's the bisi these that be neo retailer has to hold this as a deposit full deceased daughter and we think that's very powerful hold this token for it to be used within advantage of the system to be able to use the system i have to do that they have to bar these it's not the consumer as we say consumers playing the they don't want to know about this oughta these so i don't want to know about so the retailer does it with that means the consumers paying up front part of the bill which is what i do now anyway go to put one hundred dollar deposit down these days same same principal dago out the narrator guys out and always the job it's so we know it's say it's tim saint we think about of the bill is about raw is what we believe that looks at tim saint up as long as customer on the platform other than at some stage they're going to have to actually to value here that guys up two or three times equal outcome with that everybody's interested the law of interest but also the law cup so to speak in effect you didn't do appreciate to be actually used and sold on by the middle the you call in the house that's it so it it causing in court nas i wanna ask you you partnerships you stage now the.

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"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Energy and make it an easy product to trade and what actually allows that isn't blockchain what allows that is smart metering because that already digitalize is your energy and that's been round actually for one hundred years but now he's smart metering we can click that dada and we're blockchain comes into which is brilliant and now why this is so new is we can now put that daughter into a situation where it's trust lewis now it's verified everybody can believe in with the old spot on that that's exactly it so now we can use it and the players now exactly where it's come from and you can in bill smart contract or whatever else you want from that from okay we're looking at small energy providers and the tokyo the actual exchange but you want people to be exchanging energy selling the start of these easiest to peop is that's what's lacking in the community at my knees that you got solar on your roof or you exit solar they produced from some way you're not necessarily a fair process giving it back to the way and it's yeah charge energy out and bring it back in live in nursery quaint right they got a massive amount of sola basically pay for the electrician through solar it all works perfectly for them that put it back on the grid and they get pretty much nothing much because it's a bit of a monopoly going on in in the control every day produce producer it it's gone today there's a problem there is there's a problem and the solution to that is being up to offer it to other people in your community the not necessarily the return you would hope to get at the moment to kentucky deregulate the market and allow for these which he's coming and doing this rule force that that change that we need to occur but you could go to your t they could be giving it to you they could be always so to you at twenty cents robin twelve cents to twenty cents or thirty cents what is the case you tom of us at the moment takes probably fifty cents if you go to tom use so that's the difference in the party planning with between about twelve cents which is war they give you back at the grid up to fifty make somewhere in the middle everybody's happy win win for all so that that's the nature of it that when you look at it it's not just that that's what we want it became salmon is when you see other people doing solo factionalization we call it you know providence proof of where it comes from and things like that they're fantastic and the people doing them doing some really good things but how do you get that to the retail market and how do you actually change the retail market you couldn't build the full suite energy so we'd building the full suite energy platform which will do all the billing the metering everything else like that we call that the protocol when this incident that's the big platform and then the peer to peer is an application that comes off in providence we can embed financing to all of this we can think whatever you can think of google whatever the case and we're we're trying to pitch these two small retailers in a white reason we're doing that is because they usually innovators yes this journey calls competition and reduce causes where saying to them we'll give you a quantum isa scowl for this whole we're building a thirty million dollar platform with centrally giving it to yeah yes you go to steak it through a token which we can talk about later this kind might you competitive against the beginning combats and you're to bid a service and bitter product so you should be really go out there and just concentrate on the customer facade because the platform the what we came.

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"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"barden" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Hi guys welcome to try to come crypto show tonight i have guts had his failing all stein bill baden over no see and nicely is effectively a play on the retail energy space so bill wanna tell us a little bit about yourself and just how you got to be volt in this project hip not fair enough i think how we got involved in this was a group called solar analytics when we got back they got some really fantastic software for sole line and now given a million dollars boy wine incubated to build a pd platform and they obviously scouted blockchain pills for pd well what's exactly and that that's the conclusion i came to and they just thought the best way to do this shouldn't be there they said in a very pure in their approach and what they wanted to cheat which is sold on every roof you go they said they should be independent and saw as talking to them doing a series at the time said you should do nausea or we should form a new group to do an osceola raise the funds to build the platform and went from it so it was very much a relationship driven thing from back day and then we found steve hoy who is out see building the platform in a stray he that just happened to be christmas patios at crispy body believable will not talking about bitcoin obviously has gone through the roof back in december and he ended up being from audience working head over to group that was doing energy with china doing loss three five years working folding incumbents within two weeks or so he resigned come and join us said this is fantastic let's do it so that's background we always talk about teams and the project and talking all of the things in the business case they'll get to that in just a minute where have you come from me why you heal it what's how does this we'll see we'll we'll fight off my introduction to solar analytics is from my old night in annandale watching city leave they're not moved to st a couple years later so it's very serious deputies would we use for it the way always come back but my background's moldy city for the sixties i'll be involved in a lot of glean clean take place and i was hoping solar leaks in the regional series i back in about two thousand thirteen fourteen and just was looking at china and to fund things and obviously the crypt is spiced of fun things back in like two thousand dollars early two thousand seven hundred hip and went from there just happened to be what talk invasive you understand the couple of rising model you people connecting the right places i japan in green energy that sort of stuff so this is not new it's you sorely dog that little tiny toddle that yeah i think once you as everybody knows once you get down these drive it hold that's full on skype and it's fantastic you can't leave them breathing and i think with this project became ramal when you slowly going down down in any i look petroleum and you doing the best you can to make it success and build it you really believe in the project well let's let's get into the project we we understand that tell you see hangs out at christmas we're nowhere where your face saying all swing a clean energy this is not new to you introduces to knows really want this what you're trying to achieve what you'll end goal is and look back from there i think the end goal is obviously what we will two zero which is close to the decentralised energy where it is around soloing other clean energy on people's roofs or in little community based environments and it's thin allowing people to come to give it to actually disrupt the big players to a large extent and to do it we move on small energy retailers not we're not looking at the beginning town day doing anything wrong other than it's we've innovation to happen if you wanna get processed down you need competition you need competition nature com common common tall come onto toys.

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Mueller wants to know what Gates knew about the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia during the 2016 US election

Thom Hartmann

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Mueller wants to know what Gates knew about the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia during the 2016 US election

"Well i think it's yet to be seen it certainly looks to me like donald trump is deeply in debt to russian billionaire oligarchs whether he is a puppet for the russian government that's what robert muller is looking into and i'm real interested to see the results of that and i think we all should be anita understand the questions he's been asking relate directly to that like the richard gates questions that richard not have anything to do sollers solidly looking into that and and if we've got a guy in the white house who is pimping for russia or for any other country for that matter you know you do territory in the philippines executes drug barden now not any other country russia russia is the only one that interfered with our elections the philippines didn't interfere with our elections the philippines aren't poisoning people in other countries in western democracies so i mean we can we've made friends with lots of countries that you know i find distasteful but what russia has done is just unacceptable we cannot allow this just because yes and it's okay with you the the china has been stealing our intellectual property and building a nuclear force and it has sees the spratly islands and and is themselves in asia and has essentially ruined our economy we have strengthened china what trump has done is strengthen china by pulling out of the tpp took away our leverage in the pacific my point now so he's a toady for china i'm no i'm not saying he's a toady chinese a terrible president doesn't keep.

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"barden" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"barden" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In a state that state would receive one representative to congress the southern states saw this as an opportunity to strengthen slavery sense slaves a counted for much of the southern population for example almost half the inhabitants of south carolina where slaves therefore slaveowners could simply count their slaves as regular inhabitants and by doing so greatly increased the number of their parole slavery representatives in congress of course the anti slavery found from the north strenuously objected to this plan after all slave owners do not consider that slaves to be persons but only property the slave owners were therefore using their property that is their slaves to increase the power of the slave stayed in congress the anti slavery leaders wanted two wanted to free sleaze coun but did not want the sleighs to be counted as a whole person because then if in fact that be the case to salve would have a solid hole on congress so the founders in a compromise with the slave owners said no you can't count black people as a whole count for representation you'd but we will compromise and say threefifths but that still cut down on the number of pro slavery representatives in congress and by doing that they diminish the power of the slaveholding states in congress so the threefifths clause was not about the worth of a black person it was about the exploitation of the black man by their southern democrats exclave holding masters saying if they can't be a man in every situation we're not gonna let you account them as a whole so you can keep dominance in congress and keep them into slavery it was an anti slavery move this as in the book setting the record straight americans history in black and white by david barden so if you get up and there's a number.

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"barden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"barden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Found some but i'll just you exactly like what enough for barden nexen amend also number number call him a little well well that's the thing pardon floyd but we did because there is so the done investigate the investigation then see what happens your rely not offer over the highlights insensitive your work are well above social it's part of draining of the swab look for in it as what it is you know they're going to file an adrenaline slump well you no no i'm not and then around but well the ball either gonna you're all or movie st wow good main the day before thanksgiving will looking for nice is attack of advice giving day parade whoa whoa whoa rain but not once a put a nice old lady in prison so agreed on i'm not yeah i guess some nice always what's going on on on but i do like i like the fact it never led the trump member laces taxes right last week and said there's no where you can't really to taxes a get elected president allying his way well thought you never will roller summer bar showed another doesn't shot on goal or about of the about the water vote and in all the loud there's some about the burning i'm not upset about he was the man was on about i'm going to look time trump i trust on monday almost two no wrong at this point should is those and i'm good i'm happy guy i'm not go walking around the truth you'll be better i think when you have the tower tomorrow i got a lot of money so now and that's a good one i don't know group those those anything to do with anything also have a but they were played welcome miller program our old friend thanks to make a bad present most of them lawson a man and then friday i turned eighty eight youth in the you know that's one of the road none live consider him most my eyes lambs bad only three of taps that's a bad news i don't you know bo talk so i'm unknown nation's give me a call just in a few dedmon zero three zero.

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